ITS SOLEMN DEDICATION
The Newly Erected Chapel of the
THE BEAUTIFUL SERVICES,
Performed Sunday Morning by
Bishop Van de Vyver, of Rich?
mond. Address by Father
Cowardin, of Baltimore.
The Catholic Chanel of tho Snored
Heart on VWst York Btreet was
solemnly dedicated to tbe service of
Cod on" Sunday morning by Right
Rev. Bishop Van do Vyver, of Rich?
mond. At 7:;ll> n. m. the Bishop
celebrated mass and an hour laior
Father Cowardiu conducted tho
same service. At both of these
services children and those nuahie
to attond the dedication services at
10:30 o'clock were present.
At the appointod hour the services
of dedication wero begun. They
were nnpresMve ami beautiful. Tue
Bishop, dressed in full pontificals,
with mitre aud crosier, preceded by
two aeoiytes, Masters 13arry and
Wultou, ond atteuttcd by two can
dlebearers, Matters Glennau and
Carroll, followed by tho lie vs.
Fathers McCarthy, Cowardiu,
Doherty aud Lynch?in surplices?
proceeded from tho nltar to tho
main eutrauce aud thence round the
church, blessing the exterior
walls. Ho entering tho Chapel
the procession procoeded to
the altar, where after tho recito
tion of tho Litany, the procession
re formed and pasted round tho
eides of the "chinch?tiie Bishop
blessing the interior walls, the con?
gregation kneeling with bowed
heads, Beaching tho nltar again,
the procession entered the vestry,
the dedication services having boon
Solemu high mass then followed,
tbe Kev. Father McCarthy officiat?
ing, with Rev, Fat tiers Cowardiu
and Loherty acting as deacons and
Rev, Falber Lynch, of St. Viucont's
Hospital, master of ceremonies.
The choir Bang very effectively Mil
lord's .Mnss in U, and tho solos wero
beautifully reudered. Aitor tho
Com tl the Kev. Father Cowardin,
B. J., delivered
THE Dl DIOAT?RT. SF.nUON.
It was u touchingly beautiful ad
dress. He congratulated the Bishop
and ihe pastor aud the congregation
that another leuipio to tho services
of tho Most High had been dedi
cnted. Ho wes gratified to bo pres
ent ? grntitied thai upon his native
soil another temple to Cod had be: n
erected ;or the glory und liouor of
Cod. What u blossiug, wbut uu
event ! Within its walls the infant
would be redeemed from tho staiu
of original b;n by iho blessed waters
of baptism. ileiothe heart, heavily
laden with the burthens of bfo's
cares and s;iiti, would come for con
solutiou and forgiveness. At its rails
Would come with precious hope
end iuteut-e love those who sought
the bread of life in tho Holy .-ucrn
meut of tho Eucharist, and here loo,
when lifo had ceased, would be
borne the remains of tho loved
one?to rest for awhile, utitil tho
beautiful prayers of Mother Church
wore offered iu bumble petition to
tbe Throne of Jehovah, that mercy
and forgiveness be granted the soul
that had been called to its ilual
reckoning. The eloquent speaker
then proceeded in touching language
to recall beautiful inoideuts iu tue
life of t be Suviur. Impressively did
be portray the character of tbed ar
ly beloved deciple, John, who had
compared himself us a "voice in the
wilderness," crying out to niske
Btraight the path in preparation for
the Master. His words were deeply
o?ectiug, and there were muist eyes
in the congregation, and softened
beans, when be closed bis remarks
with that expression of the Savior
when in forgiveness, be ntteied ttm
loving words ol ".^ou (io in I'eace,"
Tllli PARISH LIMITS.
JubI previous to the conclusion of
the inuBs tho B shop administered
the blessiUK and after tuo uiaas no
ascended the altar Bud aonouucod
the limits of tho parish, winch em
brace nil tho territory of the cny
west, from the west side of the line
of Brewer street, ruuuiiig north ai.d \
eouih. The limits of St. Mary's
parish is all the territory east of the
east side of Brewer Btreet, runniug
north and south, The Bisbop re
marked that he feit hiire that there
wero in the i:et\ parish of tbe Sacn i
Heart many wbo.^e severance with
beautiful St. Mury's would hs a
source of puiu. Yet, be could o;t
commend tu thetn the example ol
tho excellent pastor of St. Mary,
who, when asked as to tho divis
retnsrked that be v.as willing to in ?
conclusion that tended to the greater
honor and glory of God,
The chinch was decorated with
evergreens and tho altar beautifully
adorned with flowers, 'lherowero
Vespers and benediction at H o'clock
at night. Both services were largely
Coi. O. O'B. Cowardin, of Rich
tioud, was present ut the dedicatory
mass, and a listed the choir. IIu
bad tho pleasure lor the first tirao of
hearing his brother, Fatner Cowar?
diu, pwaob. Bishop Van de Vyvoi
nnd Father Cowardin, accompanied
by Col. Cowardin, lefifor Richmond
Sunday afternoon, via tho Lhosa
peaks ami Ohio Bailway,
Tho mission services at St. Mary's
will open next Sunday under the
iinspices of tho Jtmuit Fathers
C'K aue und Campbell, who are
xeeogui/.od as among tho abi?st of
thus uxdar of the church in\tbe
Uuiteil States. Tue ordor of exer?
cises will bo os follows;
MoitKlKG? G o'clock, mass and ser?
mon; 7 o'clock, mass; lJ o'clock, uiubs
ICvkni no?I net ruction and rosary
at 7:30 o'clook; sermon aud beucdic
tiou of tho Blessed Suorauieut at 8
GIVEN TO THE POOR.
The Work of the United Charities
for Two Weeks.
The maugemoot ot the Un'ted
Chanties reports that for the two
weeks ending Deosmber '20th, 18(3
loads of wooil and coal were issuod
to as muuy families. List of beuo
lioanes number about GOO, men,
women aud children, to whom
groceries, provisions, etc., ore bom.;
Received in membership fee,
The contributions received were
as follows; A friend, S<i?; Chas
Koid Si Sou, $2S; Mrs Chas Sharp,
$10; a friend, 50; W C Dickson,$25;
Hoanoke Railroad and Lumber
Compauy, S-5; Mrs Wui Holden,
520; ? If Wiles, SIC; W Hunter,
$10; J Cary Wostou, 825; Miss Lola
Myers, SIC: Xowtoii Titz, 810: Geo
P. Crow, SB); A Marx, fit) pounds
hoof; A Dilseb .V: Son, GO pounds
href; friends, 53 chickens: K W
Stires, box chickens and turkeys; 0
1> Kenny, collee aud stigur; S. B
Rarrell, ono ton coal; O A iSlodgo,
ouo cord wood; Chicogo Hoof Com?
pany, 50 pounds eausngo; Swift
Meat Compauy. provisions; W .1
Brooke & Co, one barrel flour, 100
pnunils sugar, 50 pounds moat; E W
bteid, ouo box crackers; Ueorge 11
Dawcs, 00 pounds meat; Norfolk
Milling Company, ouo barrel flour;
John Ii l'oubles, canned goods and
The managomout report that tho
domauds are increasing.
ITIUrriatCca tit December.
During the month of December
tho following marriage licenses were
issuod at tho clerk's ollice:
Hubert 1) Panot, Jr, aud Caro?
line Angel Smith, Wm Penn Muu
dy nmi Addie Gertrudo Cooper,
Thomas B Wright and Luoy V Hill,
Robott A Lumbor nud Faunio
Hanl s, William M Buudy uDd Au?
gusta M Ueibrr, John J L) Taylor
ami Manie Hogwood, Prod C I)e
zeudorl und Harah Emily Porter,
Paul F Harham and Eva B White,
Hohei t Q Payne and Eye Goodwiu,
John G Hartman and .Mary Wick
house, Harrison Valentine and Ada
R Uodges, Thomas p Hiilstou and
Martha H Brown, Hardy H G Wil?
son and L ?( Murphy, Jarnos J.
Morso aud Charlotte M Whiloy,
Wm J Bauford and Ella 0 Eight,
Antonio Perns and P Uatiauro, Win
M Cnuley anil Alieo Alexander, Wm
llcury Mercer aud Annie Lee Holt,
Wm P .lohusou und May F irby,
Henry T liurtt and Mary P Joy
ner, Widio 13 Trotman ami Eva C
Reod, Walter H Vuugbn and Lnla
Morrisette, John Llebden ami Ella (
J Lewis, Samuel S Suuderlin and
11 at tie Auu Kuss, Edward A Pitts
and .Mary L Ooruick, TowuBeud
B Sunt hard und Fannie B Mil
ler, James U Vauieu aud Mollie Sut
tou, Mulden Robinson and Lottie V
Mnrdeu, Lawson White and Kndy
Johnson, Thompson Heid and Lillio
Belle Isbelle, McUauiel Wrcnn ami
Lulu Pratt, Enoch Gordon and Mar?
garet Smith, Robert G Jones nod
Ella Beckett, Sherman Beauiau and
Uoea Poun, Dauglass James aud
Anna Belle Nora Jones, Buck An?
drew Williame ami Mary Wilder,
Thomas King and Hosotta Thomas,
James E Eaton aud LueindaShields,
Robert Smith and Mary .Masuu, Jas
H 'J avlor und E mma Clark, Adol- I
plius Bell and Georgia Hodges,Solo?
mon A Bridgfortb and Sarah A
Wilder, Robert H Oliver and Mary
(b'O, Hobt Hampton and Georgiauna
Nuokol8, John Lyuius uud Char
lotto A Jackson, Thomas Williams
und Mamie Johnson, Lucius Kelly
and Lena Pollard, Thomas A Spar?
row and Mary H Brock, Uthaina
Brown and Harriet Bryant, Martin
Everett and Eliza Cbeatbam, Wm
Henry Copoland aud Martha Jane
Turner,Wm Ridley and CoraCbeat
lnnu. Richard Skiuuer and Cornelia
Blown, Alexander Juhnsuu aiul Fan?
nie Sluart, Wm Custis aud Bottic E
Williams. Total, 55.
i inuiicipnii.ii? linr.
TtiO clorcd people of Norfolk
will celebrate the anniversary of the 1
emancipation proclamation to day, |
They will parade tho streets of tho
city, as previously noted, uud will
havo cettain appropriate exercises
ut the Bute Strco*. Methodist Church.
Ticket No. 25 drew the hand?
some hilver sorvi ce at tho Jewelry
S ?? ?? ii it tint "?? Virginian
For our spcciul cut list prico on
blankets, merino aud wool under
near fur bulbs, gents and children,
Oheuille portieres aud laue curtains.
Wughtj, 19G Main strout.
I ii <? lint ? (Inly
Will you have tue chance to pur?
chase snob bargains as w ill he offered
ai the grand clobiug out sule at Nus?
baum'?: Book auu Art Place, 128
Main street. Prior to taking in?
ventory will Bell beautiful piotures
ant) line picture frames at loss thau
factory prices. Books by the verv
bbf-t writers in seta or in single
volumes, at less thau half their
positive valuo. Blank books,tablets,
box paper, inks, muoilagc.and paper
bound hooks at u sacrilice. Mirrors,
albums uud pictures, as well as holi?
day editions of ?no books; German
trauslatiouM, bibles, dictionaries und
musio folios at less tuau price of
production, Picture framos inailo to
oroer at short uotice. Nuabaum's
Book and Art Piace, PiSMaiu stroet,
1 Chi.drer* Sryfoi
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Something of the Utmost Inter?
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MATTER WHICH EFFECTS ALL
It Means Less Expense and More
Money. It is Just What All Per
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Probably the Greatest
Discovery of the Age.
The greatest and moot wonderful
enterprises iu the world are thote
wLich have the strongest and most
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which rosnlt from years of Btadj by
thinking men, nud which aro huilt
upon a fonudaiiuu bo sure aud tit m
thrt no popsiblo emergouoy can
weakeu them. This is exactly the
coho with tho subject in questiou.
it has ustonished the most learned
men everywhere, and tho greatest
iutelleets of tho age acknowledge its
genuine worth ami marvelous uuper
iority. And what makes it sliii
more valuable is tho tact that it ia
something a large portion of the
No other discovery in tho world
has proved so useful, has boen the
means of so much saviug, and has so
completely won the heartu of the
people us Dr. Groeue'd Nervura
tdood and nerve remedy. Ita irre
sistiblo power to cure has astonished
the greatest physicians 111 the world.
One great reason why this wonder?
ful remedy bus taken the bighost
place among all tho modioiues of
the world, why people prefer it to
all others, aud have more confidence
iu it tbau in y other, is tho fact that
Dr. Greene, himself, pernonully as?
sumes tho entire responsibility of
There are many remedies of un?
certain value with no ouo to vouch
for thorn, no physician slauding be
hind them with whom porsous can
consult iu case the medioiuos fail to
produco tho desired effect, But
here is ouo which is tho discovery
and prescription of tho host kuowu
und must successful specialist in
curing nervous aud chronic diseases,
Dr. Greene, of l!o West Fourteenth
street, Now York Uity, who is iu
active practice aud stands roady at
ail times to auswar any aud all
questions regarding his remedy and
ua elloets. And right hore ia an
other advantage. Dr. Greene ao
ttisily requests all pcrsoua takmg
his wondorlul remedy to couaider
themselvoa under his direct per?
sonal care and treatment and to
consult him, free of charge, person
ally or by loiter, llo will carefully
answer all lottern, giving his advice
aud all necessary information.
'Ihe great and world-wide reputa
tiou of Dr. Greene is a guarantee
that his medioiuo will cure, und the
fact that ho can bo consulted by
anyone, at any time, free of charge,
gives absolute assurance of tho suro
und benolicial actiou of bis valuable
remedy. No other medicine iu the
world oilers to many or such strong
inducements, und no other can give
sucn ceriaiu and powerful ussnrauce
by curing disease. These facts give
everybody tiie utmost cuuudonco in
Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and
nerve remedy. Use it. It will muko
you strong aud well.
Building*? in lioceuibor.
City Engineer Brooke gave liuas
for ttio following now buildings dur?
ing the month of December: D
Loweuberg, brick warehouse corner
Water and Jackson and Keily aud
Jackson streets; W T Lee.one irumo
dwelling L'oolo slroet; Miss E Sharp,
three frame dwellings Chapel streut;
Mrs E Brown, one irumu dwelling
Queen Btreet; A J Wood, ouo bricK
dwelling Arlington Plaoo.
Craieful Aeh nowliigrrounlt,
Messrs. Greenwood ?t Bro, avail
themselves of The Virginian to ex
l>ress their grateful appreciation for
large and increasing patronage, aud
the largest holiday business ever
had. They promise iu the future,
us in tbe past, to serve them faith
folly with best attention, largo va?
ried stock of goou, honest goods ut
lowest prices unit best work in watch
uud jewelry repairing deimrtuieuts,
i'i into lor Mile,
A fine upright juauo of standard
make, that has been used, but iu a
nice condition, cau bo bought for
$200, on easy torms. This includes
stool and scarf. Tho H time Minor
Comjiauy, 101 Alain street.
A large and beautiful line of Czar?
inas, silver aud gold mounted aud
unmounted, All new. Chapman A:
'I tley Are Itoilltd lo .Tlwve,
Ladies' Turkish slippers, 18-5, COc.
Ludieu' ovorgaiters, 1 t), 2oo,
Genta' embroidered suppers, G 11,
Cents' fine goat slippers, G 8, 7?c.
Doll baby button Bhoes, J?c.
Doll baby strap sandals, 'J^c,
Misros' jersey rubbers, 11 i:.?, 20o.
Child's jersey rubbers, G-?J, lf>c.
Hbltubr's Onb Prior Shor Store,
4G Bank ht., ojj. Courthouse,
Jno, Howard, nanacor,
Glotie Stovo Co., ;;7 Old Market
tquaro, calls the attention of those
who have not been ubio to hayo thoir
leaky roofs repaired to tho loot that
ho is prepared to do all such work
by a method used only by himself,
assuring a perfect rout with a last?
I Just recoived, u fresh supply of
I apples, oranges, potatoes, cabbage,
j parsnips, beets, onions, etc., at h.
j K. (laynee & bun, 74 Church street
Norfolk, S'a. d0 2'2 Ot,
? Pitcher's Castoria.
a "Vow **>nr>e Wisli.
May It for you l o strewn with flowers,
May its ? I.io- lie clear ?n i bluo.
AH jrour world liko Aidenu honors.
Thus may Now Yoar eomo to you.
Ai.luanii McKay Uuioua,
Tns Stowawat. ? "The Stowa?
way, "which will bo presented at tbe
Aeadomy to morrow evening, will
doubtless draw a full bouse, bb it
should. It ie a good play presentod
by a stroog company.
Tat: Passing Show.?An impor?
tant list of high class players will bo
seen Friday iu tbe gorgeous extrav?
aganza, "The Passing Show." Aside
-from tbo oast, there is a mammoth
einging oborua and danoiug ballet,
winch combined uumbers ouo hun
dred persons. It is said to be the
must gorgcouB produotiou of its
kind this country has ever kuown.
All tbe original sceuery, acoesBo
rtcs and eleotrioal effects will be
seen here. The salo of seats will be?
gin to morrow morning. Prices:
Reserved seats, first floor, 31.00?. ad?
mission, SI.00; balcony, first two
rows, 75 cents; admission, 50 ceuts;
gal lery, J5 ceuts.
?^,'Two Uolonkls."?Tho "Two
Colonels," a comedy iu four acts,
writtou Mr. William Richard Oood
all was presented at the Academy
lust evening for the first time in any
Southern city, and is a credit to
thin young author,
The oumo ly tells a beautiful story
of the friendship ot two men, who,
one from Vermout aud tho other
from Virginia, went out to fight iu
the war botuoeu the States. If one
woro tbe gray and tbeother wore the
blue, tbey were still staunch men,
bravo und true. It so happened that
at the battle of Chanceliorxville.Ool.
Andrew Sloan was Jdosporately
wounded aud was on tho evo of be?
ing killed by a Federal soldior, when
Col. Whitaker, of the Uuiou forces,
iutorfered aud saved bis life.
From that moment a baud of
friendship Bpruug up, which contin?
ued for yeurs. Iu addition to its
war incidents it is a lovo story, told
of stalwart men and beautiful wo?
men. Tho soeues aio laid in Ver?
mont and Virginia, with ouo act in
New York city, and this is heroio,
but the smiles und tears are far more
beautiful iu tho country homes of
tho two Colonels, and it is there ouo
enjoys tho heart interest of Good
aU's romance. The piece wus put on
the stage with realistic efleot, and
was bandied by a good compauy.
The Col. Sloan of Mr. Frank Mar
daunt, of Virginia, was u capital in?
terpretation. The same may bo said
of Mr. Walter Thomas' Ralph Whit
taker, while tho Clara lhoruton of
.Miss Edith Crane was most charm
Miss Crane is not only a Quo ac?
tress but a most beautiful woman.
Miss Georgia Wells as Charlotte was
also exceedingly olevor. Iu fact tho
oburaulere were all well drawn aud
happily cast, and as tho samo play
will be repeated at a matiuoc this
afternoon and again at night, nil
will have au opportunity of seeing
Wm. Poolo Sent On to the Grand ]
Judge Burroughs oonoluded yes?
terday, when tho case of Wm. Poolo
was called, which was continued last
Saturday, to seud the accused on to
tho grand jury, to be investigated
at the January term of the Corpora?
tion Court. Ho was released with?
out security for his appearance. Tno
Justice is required to Bend ou if
there is a slight suspicion of guilt.
John Boyd, alia- Sonny Uoyt.col
ored, sneak thief; thirty days in jail,
Georgo Snood, colored, driving a
coal cart over Mrs. Wobb, in Brum
bletou; charge not proven aud case
A largo number of "drunks" and
other minor cuses were also disposed
KlectlOn Ol Of Iii erv.
Vandalia Lodge No, 47, I O O F:
fl S Now, noble grand; S MoKown,
vice grand; U tJ Erwin, reoording
secretary; W W Gordon, permanent
secretary; C W S Taylor, chaplain;
S MoKown, F R Boyutoo aud W S
A New Drug Finn.
Messrs. C. T, Lawrence and Rob?
ert P. Holmes, both well known
pharmacists, have formed u copart?
nership under t ie iirui uuiuo of
Laurence A Holmes und will open
ut 70 Main ntreot iu a few duys.
Druggists soy they sell more Qu
ratol than any other remedy ou tbuir
shelves, and with one accord they
say it gives satisluetion.
Ouo car of Indiana fine timothy
hay at SI- per ton. II. E. Owens,
No. Ii75 and 2.7'J Wator street.
New line of tortoiso shell combs,
silver aud gold mounted and plain.
Tho very latest, Chapman Sc Jakc
I.ITlLlv-'u Hkhmondj V.l. a- the
resi en o of bis daughter, iiis. .lam s
OiUtr II, l e fin er 1st, litte, JAMES
L.l . LK, Ks ; . nged 71 yo.irs.
'J ho into ni lit w 11 tuko | lttcc at Elm*
wo.? ? 1 ?inet ry, tuts city, W KDNKSDAY,
Jai oary ltd, 1 at i ! o'clock m.
i.a i? ami Elk ton M.u ) papers
IVY?ELIZA bKOWNK IVY, in Now
(Irl ans, on Doeuner 21, 18 4 In ihn
l'iith y, ur ol hot aRC, n >:o' of tho L.to
Thos. ?. ivy, ot Norfolk, \a. ?
THE CoilPER MARBLE WORKS
Hli 113 & IIFBanr SireeL
LARBb SI Una Ur FINISHED
ftlonDoienis tod (irarpjiflaes
titauy tor lniwsiiaie deliver/
A Union Meeting at Cumberland
PRAYER AND PRAISE MEETING
The New Year Ushered In. Half
Hour of Song Service. Expe?
rience Meeting. Appropri?
ate and Able Sermon by
The congregations of Gracby
Street, Guutsuary, MoKeudree,
Queen Street and Cumberland
Street Methodist Ohurohes uuited
ID observing the beautiful aud im
pressivo 6ervioe of "Watch Night."
Quite a good congregation whs
present, and the half-hour of song
service, beginuiog at 9 o'clock, was
joined iu baurtily. At its conclusion
many of those pre cut aroso and
told of the many blessiugs God had
showered upou them, both during
the yeur just gone and their past
Iiv. u. This part of the service was
At 10 o'clock Rev. Dr. Tudor, the
psstor of Cumberland Street Church,
presched a beautiful, eloquont and
earnest sermon, entirely appropriate
to the occasion. "Watch und prav
evermore" ho improved upon bis
hearers, uud the solemnity of the
services attending the delivery of
bis ellort was such as to inJellibiy
impress upon his hearers the great
truths made clear iu his discourse ?
au ellort well worthy eveu Dr.
At tho conclusion of tho sermon,
the eacraaiont of the Lord's Supper
was administered, and during tho
quarter hour preceding midnight,
the most impressive service of self
cousHcratiou to the work of God
was solemnly assumed by muny.
< ut open 111m Head.
Last night Delia Erhy was ar?
rested und lodged ut the statiou
houso for striking her husband on
tho head with the keon edge of a
butcbot. '1 hemau's head showed an
ugly gash, which was dressed by
The man himself hns boon charged
with assault upon his wife, and he
has belore been convicted upon the
sumo charge, having once beaten
hor with a gas pipe.
Vuluubiu Property raiittrrrrd.
A deed was recorded yesterday
from C. W. Selduer and others,
transferring to Burruss and Page
the lot aud building ut the south?
west corner of Mam and Commerce
streets, for the cousideratiou of
.11 i . 1.13 ?.??>.
QEGUfiAR ANNUAL IIKETINO OF TUB
Ik nuckhulders of tho V i It .IMA IMCAI.lV
COMPANi will be held oa TUESDAY Janu?
ary Sth, 1S'J5, rt 5 p. m., at ilie nfliee of I).
LowenlMirg, room ?01, (Joluuiliij ]1 lil Una.
JO* T. A LLYN,
A general meetttigof the atoo'tboldara
of t.IK BBUKLBi MANUl ACTi kino
CUM "ANY will be held on llONDAY,
January 7th 18'.):>, 7 :iu p, iu., at th^oflieo
of George t> Parker ft Son. 41 Berkley
avenue, erkloy. Ya.. to pam by-laws,
elo t oiticere ;.u I directors an:l other pur
p ?es. JO ?. A. WAI.I.AiB.
stock i^ITders^ meeting.
The annual Ht ickhul J'-ra' mooting of
the t.'ltv National liana of Norfolk, <?.-.
will l>? hulu at their o fies IN ESDAY,
January bth, between lmurs of 1 to I p. m.
JJ. W. LKIOH,
When You Visit the Market You Will
Find it to Your Interest to Call
at the Following Stalls:
CATC '"r the a neat Fred) Meats,
cA 1 J? Bei r.Mutton and Veal.nicely
butchered mi'l alwaye fre?h,?t reason?
able prtcea und del Ivor cd liec.eall a: -tall
il.l. pi ii ,?
No. S. F. It. stosseb. seJU
CEO. W. RAMSEY, *V*St-?
VJ Vegetablca aud General Produce. Spe laity
of lnisli au i sweet I'oU'.oea. bUlli Mund
36. Free dell eery. ecu
f/ notice i notice i
To My eosM cod Poirons.
fj wlio have to kindly l.o.t.wcl tli<ir \
' patronageon niu dm n?- n.tu.u.v 11
Tears p sue I, I w si> t. es - i d mi
\\ nearly :h in ? Itlu ? . I ,? f :|?... a
yu r. an i w.kli ih. ui ml ? l.appy
au l ptorpe'oaa New \eix- ,
190 Main St.
Dissolution 01 Co-parlncrsliip.
T o firm of Miller ft Coaipnuy, oon
s'stu,' o .lohn niller ami Jacob it.
U (i is beruh*1 dim-olved bv mutun
con eat. John iller having purchase 1
Ja on it. Crocks intero t in -hi ! firm
in it assume* ..It the I ab lilies of h id
firm, and is alone authorized to iccoijit
lor clmois duo tue me.
.iA<''in i) i itooK.
Noiuoi k, Va., Dei euibor Hl, PJ.4.
I Ueairo to return tiiaiiku to my friend?
am) tlio public Or their llbora! p .troiiHgn
in the paat iour an 1 hsU a . out un-mon
of snnie. v\ iskiux all a haj py au i pios
porou? New \ ear I am,
_1\ J. MALDON.__
cur i^r ,v "V iv s :
BUEOIAL INDU EMI N I S OS
SLIPPERS AND LADIES' SHOES
for SO days. Now is vom chance for ?cod
3. M. CAMt,
NQ. HO Main a treat.
ForacHt vor To-dar.
Wiuiutio?, j). ?:.. Januaiy 1,18ig.
For Virginia fnlr; northerly wind?.
Kor Njrih Carolina, lair; northerly
MlNATUaa ALMANAC.?dun rises. 7:19 e. ra.
?un ieii. <:;8 d. in : nifh water. 12:20 a. as., anu
11:32 p. m.; low water. S 41 a. ta. anu 7:00 p. m.
Local .lioieoruloElcal Data.
roK 34 HOOBS ENDIXO d U'OUIUK bAffl
D.S. Depautmbmt uf ao'.nom/.rauc 1
'VriTUKt: ilUBBAC, I
Local Offloa. OodsoD Hallilinc (
Nubvolk Vs.,December 31, 1891 i
Maximum tcmoerature. 81
Minimum temperature. U7
Normal temperature, deduced from
?JU year a'observation. 41
Departure from normal. ?11
Accumulated departures for the
Aooamulated departnroi alnoe
Jan. lot.plus 375
Preoipitation, in inches. .(j
Total preoipuationiince 1st of the
J. J. Gray. Observor."
No Evadina* These Facts
Thero are eight regular life ns
BiiraDoe companies besides the
Equitable organized under the laws
of the State of Now York which are
now in active pursuit of public
patronage, tbe oombined "ad?
mitted" surpluses of which ou the
1st of January last amounted to
3:56.1157,356.05. This amount iu
I cluiles the snrplusos of the two com
panics next in size to tho Equitable.
The admitted surplus of the Equi?
table alone is over Eiohty-onk and
A HALF per cont. ot the total sur
pluses of the other eight New York
When it ib understood that surplus
is not only the measure of financial
strength, but that from it alone can
dividends be declared, tbo pre?
eminent position of the Equitable
on the vital poiuts of seounty for
tho as-iiirod and the cost of assur?
ance becomes apparent.
The EQUITABLE LIFE AS?
SURANCE SOCIETY of the United
States is tho STRONGEST and
LA R( i EST Life Assurauoo Company
in the world.
A. MYERS, M'n'gr.,
W. 9. JOHNS. KENSEY JOHNS, Ja
? DEALERS IN ?
COAL AND WOOD.
Wo nek our friends and tho general
public to k vu us a .Intro of thoir paiion
ae;e. Wc promise to gi?e personal atten?
tion to all too details ut' the bn-nus- ami
Will come ae near hb possible to giviug
general Hatis a -lion.
Uur mauaging partner, W. STUART
JODNM,has had r-o eral years eX| oiicn o
in this line aud ie there.era pr para i t >
conduct <he business in a muueer to suit
oi.r patr ms.
Uftlceaild Wharf, Atl .utio Citv. 'Phone
No 7s0. Orders left with U.\ WHENCE A
HdLMEs. brnttgist-., 7il Main street, will
ro:oi\e jnoinpt uttent.ou. deJu-eoJ .m
O'Neill's! O'Neill's! O'Neill's!
SOUTHERN AGENT FOB A. G. 8PALD
Sporting and Athletic Supplies,
GUUS, RIFLES, Mill,
j INDIAN CLUBS,
CHE8T WEIGHTS, Etc., Etc.
87 main Street, - - NORFOLK
SPR?TLEY - BROS.'
ONE PRICE HOUSE.
All Remnants of Wool Dress Go da,
Nil s, Cre pom. Ginghams, Pin k Cot?
tons Taut u Plunnoi. Eiderdown, 81h :a,
Can brie* aud Remnants of o?oiy de?
I HALF PRBCE I
I Our cntirf lino of WO T, DRESS
GOODS AT AHOUr 11 Abb" PRICE.
Our Sl.u:? Blankets now 98cj our 76c
Comforts, lai Ke si.:o, iiu? 4'.'c. All Win?
ter i * oudrt ut
Qreailu Reduced Prices.
$10 Black Glo.lks, si/o '2, now *'?.
*ir. lila-'k Hloi ka hi/b a I, now ?9 ' 8.
Wo arc slaughtering all Winter Ouodi
of every description to mako room lor
b. ring stock.
68 Main iiUeel, LuJer Academy of Musio
WE TAKE THE
risk, and don't ask
any one to take our word
for it that t
cure dyspons'se ird ijcstton. habitual coriitfpa?
tluu. aud m k hea luche. We waul tu ? t-u-1 'uq
a frco sample. Then vou can t 'II whether yoe
want to buy them er not. Address
DK. J. A. I TAXE CO.,
K tinston. Now York.
They are fox sale at all druggists 25 ceate.
WYOK'8 ToADEMY^OP MUSKX
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3.
? HOnly l'rod)K>oue l'n sontation of shell
With all ita KuprisiiiR Scenic Feature*.
SoatH on oili.- .Monday. /riooe :;6e, COo,
75o aud $1. deSO-'Jt
AN WIOR'3 ACADEMY OP MDSld
ONE NIGHT, Fill DAY, JANUARY 4tb>
TDK PAS81 O - HOW.
Direct from tlio No t York O aluo.
Boats on aale Wciluesilay. Entire Aral
four 51; balcony, 6Uc aud 75c; Lallerr,
THE KINGDOM OF COD
ILLUMINATED BY THE RECENT
THE IUI EE
Rev. Henry Mason Baum, D.C.L.
Under ibo Patronage of tho City Clergy.
Y. M. C. A. HALL,
Dec. 31, Jan. 1,2 and
At 8 P, Iff.
Patron?' Re?ertc I Scat O-ouita Ticket, 81.
ForSde at Y. M. u, a. onu?.
_~_d..j: to )a?
I SKATING RINK,
I AHMOHV HALL,
'o ' PEN EVERY AFTERNOON 2:80 to ftSft
0 LY'-KY MONDAY and WEDNESDAY
1 i NIGHT 8 o lotto
O BPE< 1.1 L N .'iu r.
TUESDAY. .'ANT tnv I, ST.. GRAND
i ANCI OKES1 CARNIVAL
lun.'o manageiaenl of l'rof, vniony).
Naval Post Hand. Prizes ottered for moat
origin.'! i oini ue. Pi is js ottered for moat
i:om c ci ht imp. 4J>
i.HAND EXHIBITION. e>
FANCY SEATING BY I'ROF. MOONY. <?
ONLY FEW LEFT;
Dmirg Robe! and Glow.
CHEAPEST IN THE CITY.
Waltor J. Simmons & Co.,
HATTERS AND FUBRIERS.
Finest Winter Toilet Article
ON TUE MARKET.
BADEMS AMANDINE LOTION,
AN EXCELLENT REMEDY FOB
THE Ct It . AND PREVEN?
TION OF WIN'J I It l'vN,
QR3L.Y AO CTS.
An ctig.int oomhination of harmlos?
substance* prepared iu ? ich a| uanner
at to obtain the most gratifying result*.
it orina a most delightful toilet Artl
et- [or tb pnrpos m for vthtcbitis m
tou.lrd. Ni thing fciiU'ri the com poet
lion of tins iui i itabio article whiea
could pi ore injurious to tbo mos deli
c111o .-Lin. as it in perfectly harmless i?
miK" t Le talton inti rnilly with enure
it i* not only a Bub-t tiUo tor, hut ita
every respaot superior lo Camphor lo<>,
Oold t'rea n, Va-elmo an 1 liko pr> para*
> o?t remedies tue 1 for ibelr omolbnii?
offoot p i-mch-oh tln< \rry ob'ect Ouablei
featnrea of boiug aticki and reasy im>
Hi ? defects hau- boea overcome by the
i production of
I It itries at on<o. an I kid f^oros mav b?
eyorn inimo ialo y aft r applying.
For bom om ii - iu after Bhav ng, I*
Btan a without an equal, tho sensation is
j ru Iu o? ..i on applied to the skia heii.f
I. gbly p ein in;.
i i uot a "cure all." but " has the
power ol in eventine: and removing titilf
liurn i iud aii and Chafod Skin, aa woU
as Ii ordina y irritnMniia.
? t ue a bv" improving the R ft'.iCOI.
clearnoM a h aiit.v tone <>f tuo axiu.
a.,.! its daily applications teipla io pro*
porva it from t >> a ii?nof !ryint winds,
extreme tempfrni ire an i ihn like. Piioe
wit. in tho r. .i h <>f ev< ryl o.iy.
Only !0 Cents a Botilc
HOLD WIIOI.l SALE AND RETAIL BY
Hoad of Old Market mpiaro
CJ"(iomis doliverod to all parts of tho
cttv. Aiao Iu Portsmouth, Uorkley, At?
lantic t Ity. et -.
.^"Telephone No. 346.
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