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Mi*. Lizzie M. Billa wa- acquitted a
the charge of iufauticide Id lue 11 uni
I "int in Kicbmoud, al I:IO o'clock
Hf.n.
lin- cam cousumed hardly three
linn', ami thi' i-\ iiltint- ii.tr..
?v Un- ( !onimou wealth w .
i tu show Hint iiif crime bad
'iiiinitii il Uv lin- ?*??>**t*?('i1, ami
mi in 111 e. I liv lin- a.->*H*"<'tl, ami
hat -lie |,u,| qui ii'?-iri| ted
i. w hilt- ilia: offered by Hu- de*
liini- was that lhi'.'a..|l-*i.il vin- liol re
I i thej iiiiniiilssiun uf the
Tin' testimony of Drs 11
i, w bo bad been appointed by
.11 as experts on meuUldl
was auhicient to change tbe complex*
flin as tin- ('ulli
lonwealth't s|,),. wu- oncerned, and
pon that testimony, Commonwealth's
ttoruey Richardson asked that tbe
ry acquit the accused.
Mi- Lizzie M. Kihi- was acquitted nf
fautieide on the ground of inaanlty,
I -In- w ill be con fl ned in the Eastern
naiii- .\s\ lum at Williamsburg.
Vhin the verdict waa given there
no demonstration of any sort, bul
..?hun
? I 'iver tbe faces of tbe hundreds
it tiered U> hear the
'UV III tilt' -
At 10:30 o'clock the accused wai
brought iniu court, and hundreds ot
'?mimi- tied upon bet as
>k her place at tbe har beside ber
i-uuii-i I iiml hei pareuts.
Commonwealth's Attorney Richard*
iou made a shorl opening statement,
in which he showed what tbe Com?
monwealth expected t" prove. Tbe
ury was directed to give their verdict
i-l. whether tbe accused vv.i- guilty
.i imt, :iml nut tu stipulate tbe punish*
neut in such cat
The Commonwealth expected to
lem that the accused went lu the
iViudsor Hotel on June 27th and ro?
istered under an assumed name: tba)
luring tbe night abe waa beard walk*
'II as tbuUgfa L'ettlliL'
ni baby to sleep, and early in tbe
nomi ug she stated thal bet child waa
lek ami a physician called who, up a
viniinatnni, found that the Child Wai
i in- a cused was told to send
ii hi-r relatives, and she stated thal
ires lived in England.
The Commonwealth also expected t"
low thal the accused told conflicting
coucerniug tbe circumsl .
enyiug that she administered tbi
? the Child; Hutt Hie child wa?
il ia - . lison*
: received it; that she tliti
Imiulster the poison, ami then at*
mpted tu kill herself hy ihe same
Tbe Commonwealth expected to show
mt the ie cused tli'l poison the child.
Mr. W'endenburg, iu replying, Mini
ni conditions surrounding
- ?. tliii Mis. K.lh-' mimi bad
ft; Unit at
..f thirteen she became in fat ua?
rt with the man who became ber
i-iiiml. ami they were married, ami
the early age nf fifteen she gave
ith iu Hu' child; that during Un- se?
ri of herself ami husband, while
was in the army, she uiew vi.
?iitally, ami was unable tn 'lu any*
lug about the bouse, save perhaps tu
rry ber child. In December ber
-haml, who lui'l returned from the
ny, left her ami Stated that he was
lug tu vi-it his mother, sin- found
.1 .vanl that her husband hail Dot
tie t'> hi- mother's iiml she knew mit
n ie he wu-.
lin- preyed upon lui mind ami
hiv euliviil.sii.il- taine ll DOD In l : -he
w abseut-mindi tl, ami her condition
ame pitiable, and about two weeks
?vioiis tu her \ i-it tu Richmond lbe
:ne Idea iiml th.' l.t-t thing
her tu il" wa- to depart thia life ami
ry the child with her. She told ber
tber that sh,, waa going tu her
mother letter, bow*
i, tu bel mother in wbicb it waa
lui Ihai abe wa* really going tn
?hiiiuml, ami that w hen Ihe letter
ubi tl in-r sin- ami bet child would
lead. In Hhs lettei sin- madt
nests of her belongings ami tboae
ht child.
iving hume fur Richmond
purchased t wu hut ile- of laudauum
, when >he reached Richmond, act
under the irresistible Impulse, she
e fictitious names, ami told
i conflicting nature so that
..I IdenUfy her, am! then
administered the laudanum tu tbe
tl. ami took Miine herself, ami wini
leep. \\ hen -he awoke In tl
nillir ami found ihai Hu- laudanum
only a portion nf n? work
? .1 ami snouted fur help lu
? hil child, ami in her frenzied i-i'li?
nt knew nut a hat she did. Her
a hopes in her irresponsible
that the jury linty complete the
k that she ha<l started.
i. Richardson, in reply, said thai
. ii.n nf the plea "I insanity
mi requested thai Dr. Hodges aud
(luitiuii examine the
nt in inr condition,
being decided thai Mr-. El I ii was
ii, ii w.,- ordered ibal -in- i
l in the Eastern Lunatic Asylum,
-milk;.
Brave u? ii isiii
.Hills t,, stomach, liver ami kidney
men, and all feel
results in loss of appetite, poisons
be blood, backache, nervousm
imt tired, listless, run-doa n
do need t" feel
that. Listen tu J. w. Hard uer,
tile, Iud. He saya: "Electric
i - nie ji|s| ihe thniL- '"i .i in ii,
n be ls ail run down, and don't
a bethel be lives or dies. Ii did
..- in,- ue** strength and good
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INVtSTIGAI IN(. 1Mb KHICt CASt
Qovernor Wanta Hali (
. I Work lo S ive lJi
Earnestly Prosecut.
turned ti
nu nut Monday afternoon, and
ilien he ha neatly considering
tbe petition of frleuds of Thomas W
the old man mulei sentei
. li -nih in Prince Edward J ill,
mmulation t>> life Impi isonmeut.
lt was expect! 'I tba Mann,
counsel fui Price, and the prisoner's
brother, Mi. A, J. Price, would call tm
the Governor in person Wednesday
iiml ask (bal tbe - nteuce be commut?
ed. Unle-w there is Interference bj
ir Pi ice n ill expiate the
crime of murdering Hall < ..
Darling! a Hel .ht* in July of la-t
year, on the 5th of September.
bas --nt for tbe shirl
a lu. h Hall bad on a hen Price shut
him. Thia shh t j- -;,iil tu have nu it
marka of the burns min le by thepowdei
when Price tittil tbe shut that killeil
Ihe man. The shirl was nut pul in
evidence al the nial. If ibe inn
found upon the shin it would appeal
as though theie wen- grounds fol the
contention nf the friends of Price thal
tbe tWO ineli welt- BCUfliing uver the
gun w hen it vv as dischargi d.
brother of the prisoner ban
eil unceasingly fur him sin,-, his triml
:iml conviction, ami linn- nie Mid tn
in- tinvi more than two-thirds of tin
entire white voting population who
petition praying fur
executive clemency. K. tides tbeentlre
jury has asked that th.' sentence be
commuted, li is believed that the
Qovernor will grant the requeatof bis
petitit n
limul*
The engineer In charge nf all the
liighwaysof England, says in a report
na.ie. ai the request of the State of
lal I for ula, thal n requin - more
n engineering hy far tn build a -.'"'"I
McAdam road, IO that such mail he
nil drained ami keep in -.'und order,
han tn build a railroad. He is ool
limn- in this, every wurk mi good road
?nui reiterates the - mn- state*
iit-nt thal though the construction
simplicity lt seq*, thai such ls nut
I- it nut weil known ihai
.ni lim: ihe ruck that hml been
-eil tu repair ihe roads nf Bristol nut
f the road, ami vv nh that rock Con
inifii'il a good ami permam nt road.
ll- | u ii le. I --..|- hail the -ame ma tel ial
ml used it in the same roads, hut by
ink nf proper drainage ami fantlj
instruction, tbej bad an Impa
uni uinie McAdam afterwards had a
nootb high
NoW we i. icb a
?ne uf McAdam's best, ami it
necessary that a man .-killel! in road
instruct nm shuiiltl nv foo)
the road Ilia! We -hall build Wi?
nni the best nf roads, fm we wish in
.?nh um people whal good
ul bow much c
mn a bad one We want -nih a -
ail thal -ti . 'he SUpl I
i that county know their duty
ni do it. We want sucb a road that
u-e WbO '?' im' ll'le tn Illly lamls lilli
y: "I'll buy where I can gel in
arkel tbe easiest, and this is the
ace." We wanl a road so good thai
eh man in lin- county wini 11
ll sa\ : "I vtaiii sueli a mail by my
iee, finally." ick road does
t need repairing ><> soon nor so
ijUeiitly a- a poor one, ami we do
i vinni tu have tu repair our roads
> imue frequently than nea -
? in- being - .. n , an not be
ie thal nui supervisors do nut intend
have skilled inspection nf Hie build*
? uf the road that they ha i
etetl fur. Snell a lack nf lli-|>eet lull
ll!>l lu- lillian tn the -llpl'l'. lt
? contractor iiml tn tax payers, ami
ll it lack nf fail lies- i- Uni f' Uielirahle
mr board of supervisors. They a ill
, i.ml a d .ul.t dn ali t hui i- necessary
I have mn mad- properly construct*
:iml tu treat their tai payei -
etm-ami themselves with justice.
Kim. ? "I "I ?' N Sit ni|
(. ii:-! ni \, V v... July, 19,
i'
ireh tnila.i int attend niue un tbe
I'l.tl nf .l"-lj I
DU at
i * accorded t..
ibject nf this
rims, Henry
'Ult nf
Idol nf llis
Integrity nf
ted Hu- honor ih
ure, lovely life.] 'Ihe -
ti-h waa the son of Mr
nn, the well known
?peet. IK- waa thi?
nly and hy In- ll
ra. tei iiml gentle christian bearing
ni ned tbe love ami esteem nf ail.
il he ibould have been stricken
.i ly iii life w hen there Ma?
nnell promise of continued useful
- in um- ni those Inscrutable provl*
,e- th:ii amaze us, ami wi
li il a- One Of Hie lil > -!i I les tn he
?hised in the future beyond the veil
fe js an inspiration foi tin- good nf
rising generation, and happily bis
mple if followed hy the older \? opie
lie community would prove i
; such as would make the church
nun- potent factor and place ihe
miinily upon a higher plain- of
..f confidence.
?\. \. Itu.li" M
. ? i ai I loll - d.. v .u |. .--.--- ? .1
eal Valla- tu ynll. Iel COUld he tlllll
ntu money by selling them in some
who does need them? I will, fur a
ii, place these articles
pul,In- ami m. doubt lind a pur
'.-?. Anything n i .1 > ?
motive. Who will be
lii-i in nv me?
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Ititi Hoi I rom lilt- Omi
a- the hail that hit li. B. -
walk, Mifh., in lin- Civil
lt caused b<?ri
i, aim. nt helped foi :J" years. Then
-Hen'- Arnica Salve cured him.
Bruises, Kiiiri-, Boils,
- i in-, skin Eruption,
cure on earth. 2 Kure
an teed. Hold hy White a I
Qriets.
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Bl "n .
'Hil lt i
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both tobacco ami liquor alone
ki wm-! oi best, Hu -e ara "iii\ ac
'pured tastes of tin- lin until lim-; bul il
possible by teaching ;
youth Indifferent to those of the oppo*
i -ii'-h teaching would run
cou uti ted Impulse of hi.*
? ami nature a ill win. I bi
? .- "i tin- father w hu
mindly brought up hi* sun in
ince of tbe fae) that there was
such i i woman in Ute
world. Winn at last, the boy, now
i<> man hoi <i. met a beautiful
girl described by tbe latin
hi- request
immediately thereafter waa thal lu
might bavi for himself. He
was (julie righi too; for be wa- natural.
The in u rn in as a youth will nut lu?
nn lu Hie exist,.ute uf girlhood
mu will he he indifferent In tin- t hann
amt the polish of female - ciety. Kui
i imt look mi woman with bold
-ind inquiring eyes, for lu- will already
kuna all (hat i- in-, .-s ii \ tu ku
be ti fl ? I thal
i attractive. And whence
this knowledge? Learned hy his
I s knee, ol a! his lather's
linie by little, as questions arose; tbe
w hui. ivision nf nature un?
folded before lum a- ige ol
divine revelation, and its personal
ely brough! home to
ii.iit by ihe analogies thai exist
I he plants uf (he field, Ihe I
ami lu im. Iligenl ami
honoring apez of creation. Thusshall
his knuvi I. I, ami
imt fruin the whisperings and hints
ami filthy inscriptions of low-minded
?uinpiiiiuns whu leam anti who teach
t divine truth, is though ii -pram:
flinn the darkin-? of debasement.
The new man a- a you'll]
.v.ml toward manhood, enjoying the
?ulllpany nf the pure nf Imth -
'tilly a* conscious nf his own powers as
ne Hu- debased. Hut, because nf tbe
of Ins knowledge, conscious inn
where the debared are Ignorant?that
ie hears within him a power ?
Ihe vii tile uf a
i; fur in lui \ niue and io lu
1 up nut the poten*
.;.- merely hut all the
nit i.s
'nun?
ile- him in effort, ami tim- imt blind
im lu Hm value nf effort as i- tun
flell t li Unholy self-klluwl
. too, fm- lu h.- natural
| tn he the up, lulls.
*.*
The i i- a youth, faces tbe
nrld fearlessly. IK- understands full
eil il. ; material
li umiei
mind :iml im cultivates imth.
- by lin- wai hi* parents have
I ward in In- education that
i linne thing wbicb he
milli like tu du ah rn- all min I
st he likewise knows thal no success
tn him even though he he
nbitiou. unless the ambition ls sn-.
?ii ami maintained
? his enthusiasm through loni*
of lune. His reading has
own lum a hundred such instances,
te our own piue-kuol president. He
erefore watches ir- strength and In*
lases it. kuowing that even a men
battle nasa physical basis ami the
seldom ihe mau wbose body
puny ami M
? *
i know that the nieiegetting
wealth ls fir fruin Ihe true measure*
?nt nf Hie divine within us; that his
ipnsfs in hie iiiu*l have ,-t quality iu
B greed, if. in any way,
i juiiiney h.in ih" cradle tu the
i benefit In the tiny iii
mli In- live-. ||e knows that the
'nf iii,' samaritan i- i
power in the world than tbe mosl
intiful krill fi..ni these!tish rich. He
. ih/.. d life i- made
of give iiml take, mi thal In
- uni .nil.- Hie lend.ney
. igery (hat would
ki- him trample rough simd uver the
others in ordei to
aili his own end.
! lill fellow tn L'el ahlill.'
li, full I blood uni vii
ding himself well in band. IK- i
a whining little prig who professes
ie fancied superb my, imt a maul)
I wini ku ni - any
ind y.-t hesitates tn declare
He mixes willi
i Btld I ami well In- ral,
wealth i- In quently a un n
i ami imt at all a demonstration nf
thal glorifies life. IK- re?
es at bis existence and ia free from
; hat i iu often settles down
' Hu- young when
I close in ihai which i> dist
their iiistim md so
lure Hint he begins tu
., i.n ethics, making tbe
. -nunih ii
pammi even though he he imt bia*
:, boisterous ami vicious. He i~
' anil proving Hutt Hie good tin lint
i iu kiata s-uinla.v -
i- tn ti IK- I- h.
i (hi?
ghly md world; bul jus;
make the World a I
r, wholesome place fur both women
men lu live iii. The I
?l-tieai led,
nf him a mau.
mi
(lu
ml
. (he nea man as a yuiith,
?ie tu prove there i- sanity enough
'lilian late tu make us bops
. Hint kin imt tu
he mily 1111111.' i iiinulativi- in mir
ny hut ? Hitherto
iave passed mi scarcely anything Hh!
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man, a* ;, cleanly youth i- ,i, i
ililli: and in in- wed -lull ||?. , i:
THE OLD DOMINION.
Brief Items of Interest Picked ip
Over The State.
Governor Tyler will attend th- Cu i
?:-? reunion - !i -,..
rnuni..ah county, August 5.
Eleven men were saved from di
Lamberts Point last M..ml v
through the gallantry ..[ au Engli ,i
seaman.
I in- captured Spanish cruiser Reina
Mercedes, '- is hu u
appral 100 by a naval hum I
Mi .l.-ii-i- .ii Skelton, fur sixty**
- deni nf Km.ty. dropped
dead at the borne ??! bia son*in* i
ihai town mi Saturday.
The ham mi faun nf W. ll. Timm .
sun. situated mi tin- Norfolk a w -
railroad, between Berry ville and i
vni bj lin- un Sa:
ni u nlng.
! twenty-'i
alni -ni ni A ' ?
quiei county, committed -un id. .
home Saturday night by taking lau?
danum. He wa- in :i teni]
demented sta-,., caused by liquor.
Colonel William Preston Jobi
president nf Tulaue Uuivetaity, N
Orleans, died in Lexington at tl .
Inline ..| In- -..min lasv, Prof. 11
St <.""lue Tucker. Colonel Johnsb
.nial Aiheri Bid ne,
lobnston.
Bertha Tappin, nf Newport New
the little girl win. caused the an.
'uluiiel Au-iin last April on the . I
>f criminal assault, and, after swear*
ng falsely three time-, ?OCOrdlUg to
sci own statement, ami ai last bein
he eattse nf Austin getting hi- fi. ?
tgain, is behind Hu- bars at the jail In
lampton, charged with perjury.
a distressing incidenl is reported
ruin tin- neighborhood uf New Prov!
Rockingham county. Kin.
'.are, the Hattie daughter nf Mr
ii- B. B. Buchanan, got bold of a bot*
tainlng liquid concentrated lye
ruin which she drank. Immediately
'a.-ked with excruciating
inn-, which lastid until her death, n
imrt time afterward.
i .. Btaaaiafl llmil I*ii... k?.
hah- effeminate h.
ant good, substantial, bandsomi
iota like -K B. Lewis Co.'a Weet
i-. <;.?! your boy .a pail
.ii v. ni he surprised bow long th. ?
ill we ir ami look well. A. K < 'ral!
a- them.
I turill I rlluiira.
Mun wall,
r tell?
'
I ??? >lui li for Him.
Edith -Univ m.. ? JOH
nuke in a da ?
in shiloh. It's wen Ik
iced much nf nu ount
iem, ye know. ?
Edith Dear me! ?- ^
inny si len, then. .lin"
Vt ru nc I.a \ ilji-el la r.l.
"Sin- is io lively nnd v
' rely mint -aid uni
lin nu longer admired, haring becomi
" anything volatile
ilckly dries up."?Indianapolis Jour*
1.
Ni-.-ilril til. Ire.
i nrtlelp In
is imper un "Thc (lill I
Mr. Greatest cb Vee, I know. The
ri who wniits tn gel married.
nek ly.
C.ml iiinl ll nu-1 n?t.
Mini ought alwaya '
[?uni with iii.
i '? ? -. I think ni, too J nm!
'lier cool nnd hrneii I ? I
arning, I -.xiii ask ><? 11 t<> !? ml me ten
Te.
a Biblical Bxplaaatloa.
an- nu marriages iu
the Bil
Well, there hus -pot to he
it fruin the
e. Puck.
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? I I eui,Iii i
.ly'."
oh. Mr. Batahfalla, I
any way yon like."
pica.
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\ I'ulnl nf ll.?i-*nliliiiir*>.
I think .. i use the
m.."
It i-? played by a number nf pei-pl?
it."?
\>, i rou iHn*.
will not*take n
i to the top, Henderson.
, know; bul it will give
k.
vi ,i i alika.
', li i did youstriksjjpur little
?
ats tbe whole
If. World. ?
Ni. I
What w;i a tho j
'
K-Jnryn
rs s day foi mir work.? |
sal.
She Tutti, li
Tu- married him '? ?*-. nn,l
lill How di ? 'I'"'
,t it nil in bet
roi."?-Philadelphia Ku I It-tin.
I In ni I.. I*akl
im. Hie loss of thal rive ihiilnrs is ,,A
a barbed-wire f' i
bat T*
.. t OTer."~Ho?tonCoDimcr- .
Ktilletln.
\l oi kui' MgfctaM I l>ay
'-n -i and mlgb thing
- New
*-lfi> I ry | . - . . ii .-oated
globuli of health, thal eba ???? weak
' ngtb, h-tie -i.es- Into
. brain-fag Into m-1 tal jniwer.
i lievre wonderful in building un tbe
health. Onh 26c lier box Sui.j by
White.
A 1 . I. l.l In .\rril I
the Insurance man, altai tba tire.
i be a pi ii.ipt settle i ni If ita a
i a Pauli n notley.
' ll line oi Furniture
foi pal Un m. i ...m Mid
nulsen. Consult bim before you buy
elsew ht re.
Hmm tmppUi a
If \..ii want i nv elu j .
If you want box labels,
If you want I ii. heads,
If you wanl note head .
If yuii want statements,
lr you want snow nanda.
ii want letter head-.
If you wanl hank checks,
If you want pu :raiiium-,
If ymi wanl auction b
a want calling nurds,
li vuii waul shipping
li?
ll V'-ii wanl but 'ins- i
11 j ou waul Invitation i e
I f you want business a ra
lt ymi want pamphlets pr tited,
lt you want job printing f any Aa
si'kipiiun dune ju tbe beal style and at
"Mom'' 11 the otllce
. ! I m. i- mw vi u I Hkk.i.. i
PAULETT, SON.'; CO'S
Virginia Mitchell
Meat. Wi gons.
Heinz's White Wine
Vinegar.
fruit Jars.
Emerson Buggies.
PREPARATORY
.?*?...*>* *->
TO OUK
REMOVAL
-* - *..*r*>***-*aM*><
This fall into our new
store in tin- Richardson
lilork now being ei
.-ii the cornel of Mail and
Third streets, ire will of?
fer our enti of
Clothing,
Shoe and
Hats
for Men, Youths and
Boys, also Dry G wda*
Xoi iona <fec. at
Prime CovSt.
[t is necessary thai
goods l?t' closed "ii i"
ninety days, and the
opportunity of firs,
. n even oi
This is no catch i er
tiseraenl bul R bon fid*
actual
Cost Sale,
which wi have conch led
to make in orderthai none
of our present stock will
have to be carried into
our NEW HOI - -
Remember thal w ?<"?
Temporaiily at I1' 'I
MANS OLD STA
ipposite the Ra i dph
3otel. Come to
M?..k and you will be
-ratified al the l
we offer.
BALTIMORE CLOTHING H
tinville, Va,
VK vii B i'i INTINU
M rUEUSBALD
JOB OfflC* KAKMVILl.K

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