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BASEBALL _NEXT SEASON
An Interesting Letter from Man?
ager Sommers. .
WILL HAVE A GOOD TEAM.
O'Hagan Will Play First Base Un?
less Purchased by Louisvlle,
Games to be Played in Nor?
folk in April with National
Tdr. Sommer.?, who is nt! Wheel
ing, W. Vs., writes Tin'. Vihoinian
that he has been greatly misrepre?
sented in the press reports sent out
from Washington in regard to his
contracts next year with O'Hngou,
Iloilge and Collitlower. 11 is letter
is as follows:
Wkkkmxo. \y. V\., [
Pecomi er iiltst. 1894.?
Editor of Tbe Yirgiuiani
An article which appeared in a
recent edition of the Sporting Lite
does me an injustice, and I desire to
state tho following tacts concerning
tbe mutter, which will be corrobor?
ated by the throe players men?
tioned, O'llngau, Hodge and Colli?
tlower, if there is anyone inter?
ested enough to investigate tho
At the end of the Benson
last fall every player ou my team
EXPRESSED A l'F.S! UK
to play with mo again next Benson.
3 did uot wont thorn nil. but those I
did want I re signed at their ow n re?
quest and gave thorn advance moooy.
Among tbe number so signed wero
the three players mentioned ?
Hodge. Collitlower and O'Flugnu.
In tho case of [lodge the amount of
rinlury was loft open, I agreeing to
give him as much as any one else
could, tint Unding that 1 could not
meet the oiler of Mr. Sullivan, of
the Houston toam, on account of our
8800salary limit, 1 released Hodge
from his contract, although Uu
offered to piny for $'200 less lor tbo
Beason thuu Sullivau offered.
In Colliflower's cubo nothing was
Faid about salary, which hu agreed
to leave to me, but
nr bionbd a RECEIPT
for advance money, ngrot ing to play
with me during the season of 18! 5.
Wheu I heard that tie i ad signed
with Houston, 1 learned the amount
of salary he was to receive, and feel?
ing thut 1 could not meet it was wil
ling to lot him go where bo could do
the best for himself. O'Magau und
I ugr< cd upon terms for 1805, at the
end of the season lust full, and I
took bis receipt for advance money
for services to bo roudered by him
during the season of 1895 at a fixed
saiary, and I will bold O'Haguu,
who will play first huso for me next
season unless bis release is purchas?
ed by Louisville, who 1 understand
1 HAVE ATTEMPTED NO UIiUFF,
I know that I hud no reservation
aud Beeured the men for the season
of 1895 at their owu request by pay
iug them advance money, President
Youi g has held that the receipts lor
advance money nro good ooutracts,
und i conld hold all these players if
I felt that our little league could af?
ford to meet the oilers of tho Na?
tional League magnates.
1 have arranged for tbo Houston
(Texas) club to meet on tbo Norfolk
grounds in tho spring and 1 will
also have games with Boston, Phila?
delphia, Baltimore and Washington
league clubs in Ibo early part ol
April. Tbe game with Boston will
be about the iltb ol April, but the
date has not yot been fixed.
Extendmisi it..- ttiiMliiexe.
Air. T. J. Arrington, for several
yeais connected with I'm: Vihoinian
and either city papers, lias accepted
a position with uu advertising agon
ox in this city, und lett for the
North lust night via tbe Lay Line,
to make some heavy advertising con?
tracts for the Southern Chemical
Company, manufacturers of Quratol.
While away Air. Arrington will tour
tbe .States of New Jersey, I'eunsyl
vuuiu, Delaware, Marylund, North
ern Virginia und the List I ict of Co
lumbia, using tho columns oi the
leading dui y papers in the principal
cities of those States in advertising
Quratol, which bus bud such u re
markabio success in Virginia, So
grout bus bien tbe success of this
preparation tbo company have found
it necessary to increase their facili?
ties lor manufacturing and shipping
and carpenters have been at work
for several days ?1 the laboratory iu
Brumbloton constructing labeling,
bottling ami packing departments,
iu which u largo number of young
ladies win be employed. The busi
ness of the company will bring much
cupitui into Norfolk,
U'awllliicioii. IV. C, i r. iv. In.
Uo aud after Jauuary 1st, 1805, nil
freight for and from vVashiugtou,
N. C, via Old Dominion Steamship
Company, will l e received at uml
delivered from their wburf, foot oi
JackBOU street. ju2 ;jt
l respectfully tender my thanks
to my friends and tbo public gen
erally for tbe very liberui patrouage
bestowed upon me during the year
that is now drawing to a close. It
was through their efforts that I was
enabled to do a business that ex
needed my most sanguine expecta
tious. Wishing you all a happy Now
Year, 1 renauiu v ours respeotfullv,
P. Ii. Gale,
In all cases of disordered stomach
and liver, colic, diarrboaa, crumps,
dyspepsia, ludigestiou, loss of appe- I
tile or chills, try Lr. Moran'a Stom?
ach Hitlers, manufactured nt Noa.
887 and 889 Church btieet.
Many Societies Find Leaders for
The Sunday school of the Freo
masoii Street Baptist Church lias
elected the following officers lur the
ensuing year: M Winston, superin?
tendent; V H Butlor.assistaut super
inteudi nt; T B Anderson, treasurer;
B F Wright, secretary; A S Floyd,
Hssistsut secretary; W N Grubb.oor
uetist; Miss Fauuio Dey, organist
infuut class; T P Bullock, libruriau;
\Y A Graham and Howard Sawyer,
ttSBtslant librariacs; A W Fairer and
L S Guy, distributing librarians,
Washiugt'ou Lodge No 2,100
F: .1 VV Bassott, P < ?; Charles
Powers, N G; Btl Jamison, V O;
Jarnes H Hill, seerotary; Georgo \V
Mill, permanent secretary; II C
Wnodhouso, treosuror; \V G Duu
osu, cbaplaiu; George Hill, It ?
Wood house, .) W Bassott, trustees;
James 11 Hill, E L CJooko, F M Al?
len, members of I O O F llelief
Maesssoil Tribo No 77, I 0 Bed
Men: W !v Bock, sachem; F Wils
bin, senior sagamore; Wui Bowden,
junior sagamore; .1 P Hurst,
prophet; D Armstroug, keeper of
wutnpuni; G M Nottingham, keeper
ot records; It S lioliuud, keeper of
Black Hawk Tribo No o7, I O
Bed Men ? UM Pickett, saebom;.!
.1 Ho?;wood, senior Baganiore; A P
Summons, junior sagamore; F 1'
Brock, prophet; Ira T Holt, obief of
records; John W Cherry, keeper of
wampum; J VY Murden, keeper of
Columbia Conclave No. 7, Ilopta
sophs or S VV M: .1 P Hampshire,
archon; W F Berry, provost; Cli
Williutn.-on,chancellor ; .1 W Lyttou,
prelate; li L> Suiithers. treasurer;
W B Cheek, scribe; IJ T ltichardson,
inspector general; It D Bmithere, J
P Anderson, .J \V Lyttou, trustees;
.1 \V Orowder, ?! P Hampshire aud
.1 \Y Lyttou, auditing committee,
Tho Norfolk Cyclo aud Athletio
Club: 0 d Colouuu, president;
I'ouhntau Bobauok, vice president;
U Li Hoggs, treasurer; J T Blick,
secretary; 0 \V O'Neill, captain;
George T Derby, first lieiitcuuut;
Edward Keeling, Becoud lieutenant;
H A Sbarpey, sub-captain; .1 K
Garrison, oolor bearer; 0 J Colou?
uu, .1 T lilielt, 0 W O'Neill, Gor
don DeCordy, W li Langley, .1 M
Montague, E h White, board of
? nur ul liiitwt-Kf lun.
The executive ollieers of the Sea?
board Air Lino will leavu Norfolk
this morning on a tour of iuspeotiou
of their lino. They will oooupy a
handsomely arranged special train.
Tho gentlemeu composing tho
party aro Messrs, K O HotTmao,
president; E St .lohn, vice-presi?
dent; Juo 11 Wiuder, general manu
ger; V E Melteo, superintendent of
transportation; T W Wbisuaut,
superintendent of roadway; T J
Audersou, yuueral passenger agent,
aud 11 W li Glover, geueral freight
I be management of tho Seaboard
Air Lino is ever ou tho alert to af?
ford tho best service possible, and
this trip is made for the purpose of
a thorough inspection of tho liuo
with a view of improving the service
ami aecomtuodatious for its patrons
wherever improvemeut is found to
Doatu of Mr. n il Hutu is. ttii
Mr. \Y. II, Williamson, a well
known and highly-respected citi?
zen, died at the Betreat for the Siek
Wednesday at 11:10 o'clock, aged
? '?il years. .Mr. Williamson had
been in feeble health lor tnoro than
two years. He was u builder by
occupation aud wuh known to be
strictly honest in all bis dealings.
Hi.-, funeral will tuko place to day
nt o'clock from bis lute residence,
No. i'.l Wood street.
i inn ltnilreu.il Service.
" Tho New York Tlorida Special,"
vostibuled train,com posed entirely of
Ptlllmnu cars, that baa contributed
mi much in previous seasons in
directing Southern travel bv tho
Atlantic Coast Line und l'lant sys?
tem, will lie resumed ou .launary
7th. 11 is understood there will be
material reduetiou iu time without
extra laic for improved service.
li?acli ?I Urs. I.uiirn ?'.|Hunte?.
Mrs. Lanra Y. Barnes, wife of
Mr. A. J. Barnes, died yesterday
morning at S:3U o'clock at tho rcsi
deuce ol licr sistor, Mr.-. Sarah
Easoti, No. 2118 Culvert street, sged
?J7 years, The funeral will take
place tins afternoon at 3 o'olock
trom the resideuoe.
S? stiutiuv'o * train hui
For our special cut list price on
blankets, merino aud wool under?
wear for lailb-8, Rents und childn u,
(Iheuillc portieres and luce curtains.
WrigktV, IJJfj Maiu Btreet,
1 11 <? 1)111 M Olli ?
Will you have the obuuoe to pur
cbaso Buch hargaiosas \ml beoll'ered
ut tho grand closing out sale at Nils
baum's book and Art Plaoe, 128
Main street. i'rior to taking in?
ventory will sell beautiful pictures
and line picture trames ut less than
factory prices. Books by the very
best writers in sets or in single
volumes, at Jess thuu half their
positive value. Blauk books,tablets,
box paper, inks, mucilago.antl pai er
bouud book-, hi a Hitcritice. .Mirrors,
albums aud pictures, us well as holi?
day editions of tine books; German
translations, bibles, dictionaries aud
music, folios ut less than price of
produotiou, Picture frames made to
order ut short notice. Ntisbatim's
Book aud Art Place, 128Main strei t
One cur of Indiana bun timothy
hay at 812 per ton. II. F.. Owens
Ko. 275 aud 2.7U Water btreet,
Full Docket and Several Inter?
SOREY'SGUN STORE ROBBED
Wm. Johnson, Colored, Accused of
Talcing $60 Wortli of Weapons.
Several Shots in a Barroom.
Struck by a Spent
Monday night rouio ono entered
tbo fdoro'of W. B. Sorey, ou Union
street, by breakiug the windows and
curried off $00 worth ol pistots.guns.
etc. Iho polios vesterday urrestod
a nogro named Wm. Johnson aud
charged biiu with the robbery.
Johnson was before the Police .Ins
tico uud his ease was continued till
to-day. The police have recovered
a part of ihu stolou property. A
colored man named Ueorge Wash?
ington iloilges has also been nr
rtwted, charged with being connect?
ed with the robbery. Ho will also
be examined to day,
Elijah Jouos, colored, stealing
shoos Irom B. 1*'. Wilson, colored;
was Bent to jail for Unity days.
Jake Cdotn, colored assaulting
und attempting to strike T. P. Bui
luck with a shovel; was dismissed
ou payment of costs.
?lohn Demaio, selling intoxicating
Ii(|uor on Snuday, December 30lh,
1804, at corner Union street ami
1'axley'a lane; lined _'.Appeal
taken to Corporation Court.
Same, selling liquor without a
Iicunso at above place; sent ou to
.). Erwin aud Delia Erwin, hus?
band aud wife, colored, assaulting
each other, the wito using a hatchet
ou her husband's heud; both sent ou
to grand jury,
Lucy Price, colored, assaulting
Sarah Webb, colored, with a batchut
uud blocks of wood; Uued $1.75.
William Watkins, colored, assault
on David Whitehurst; dismissed ou
payment of costs.
Yesterday about 11 o'clock some
one tired live or six pistol bhots iu a
barroom, No, 8'2 Union street, which
is kept by uu Italiau, ami three of
the balls went through tlie partition
aud entered Mr. Eraueis Maitlaud's
harness shop, No. 1!4 Union street,
ono of tho balls striking Mr Mint
1 md iu the left breust, but did not
hurt him. Another of the bulls came
near striking Mr. .1. T, Murdou,wbo
works iu the harness shop.
Police Officer Curtis rushed to tho
scuuo uf the shooting und locked tho
door of the barroom, so as to catch
all who were iuside. He then
'phoned for the patrol wugoti, uud
six negroes, four mou uud two wo?
men, were taken out of the pluco
anil carried to the polioo stutiou,
They were then curried to the Polioo
Court, wbero un investigation was
held by Justice burroughs, iu which
it was developed that u negro mimed
Elijah Morns did the shooting, it
being a reckless act on ins purt, with
uu intention, us fur us the evidence
went, of hurting auy one.
Justice Burroughs lined Morris
$22,75 for carrying u ooucealed wea?
pon uud sent him to jail iu defuult
uf payment of tho same.
John Maria, iho keeper of the
barroom iu which the shooting took
place, was idso c?nled into court
later tin, and lined iJJ.7? tor keep?
ing a disorderly house, which waB
'? rtlft I. i-'h Nil le.
Mr. L. W. Lambert, trustee, will
soil at public auction on tho prent
ises, ou tho northwest corner of
Avon and Cove streets, at 12 in, to?
day, all the stock ol goods, ware-,
merohoudise, whiskies, wines, liq?
uors, bar fixtures und all other
personal property ol every nature
und description contained in the
said premises, also all licenses, city.
Slate and United States, conveyed
to him by suid need. Terms eush,
'1 is 1 tic 1.11(1 I IS.
There are thousands of ladies
throughout the country whose ays
terns uro poisoned, ami whose blood
is iu an impure couditiou Iroiu the
absorption of itupuro matter, due
to menstrual irregularities. 'Ibis
class are peculiarly beuolltied|by tho
wonderful tonic uml blood cleansing
properties of Prickly Ash, Puke
Hoot and Potassium [ I'. 1'. I1. .
HoseS and botiudiug health take the
place of the sickly look, the lost
colorant! the general wreok of tbo
system by the use of Prickly Ash,
Poke Hoot and Potassium, as hosts
of females will testify, and many
certificates are in possession of the
company, which (bey have promised
not to publish, and nil prove 1'. P,
1'. u blessing to Womankind,
J no. T. Howard, i*l it linger,
(Hobo Stove Co., o7 Old Market
sipiare, Culls the attention of those
who have not been aide to have their
luuky roofs repaired to the faet that
he is prepared to do all such won;
by a method used only by himself,
assuring a perfect roof with a last?
Just received, a fresh supply of
apples, oranges, potatoes, cabbage,
parsnips, beets, onions, etc., at It,
K. Heynes & Son, 74 Church street,
Norfolk, Va. de 22 '.It.
"Car I to n Cornwell, foreman of the
Gazette, Middletown, N. J., behoves
that Chamberlain's Cough Bemody
should be in every home. Ho used
it for a colli und it effected a speedy
cure, Ho says: "It is indeed u
grand remedy, I cau recommend to
all. 1 have also seen it med for
whooping cough, with the best ro
suits," -J? and 50 cent botllea for
fculu by all druggists,
CARNIVAL ON WHEELS.
Fancy Dress Fete at Armory Hall
Tho PimeioiiH ritik at Armory Hall
was alive last night with skitters iu
all manner of fituciful oostunies,
some of the make ups heiug very
)>retty while others were redicu
I ho fete was tho first of its kind
this seusou uml was an entire suc?
cess. The Naval Post Baud was in
atteudauoe and its sweet stratus en?
livened tho occesiou. No maskers
were admitted and consequent dis
order was thus avoided. Another
fancy dress carnival to be given
under tho direction of ladies is in
preparation aud will be givuu with?
in the next three weeks.
Dr. Ultimi'? l.cctlir?.
A fair sudienoe greeted the boc
ond delivery of Dr. iJaum's leolure
OU "Bible Truths illuminated" last
night, 'I be repetition was a ts.de by
request and tho lecturer greatly
pleased his hearers. Tho store^pti
eon views were exceptionally c-ioar
and lucid and highly entertaining.
When Dr. baoin closed a course
of loot ores nt Newport, B. I., Bev.
Dr. Baudolph offered tho following
resolutions, which were adopted
with u rising vote:
Wbriibas, We, citizens of Now
port, ii. 1., havo enjoyed the raro
privilege of hearing the four lec?
tures of Dr. Henry Mason Damn,
illustrative of tho progress of the
kingdom of Clod iu the earth, we
desire* to giro this united puulic tes
tituony to tho pleasure aud profits
which these loelures liuvo glveu us.
The enthusiasm with which Dr.
Baum has entered into the subjects
discussed has uroused the deepest
interest of his audiences. Tho ex?
quisite works of art which tie bus
thrown upon the screen have de?
lighted tho eye, while his remarka?
ble delineations of historical facts
have Milled with delight the lovers
of the Bible, (lathing up nnd etat
itig iu popular form tho recent
discoveries in Egypt, Assyria,
Babylonia and Palestine, ho has set
before us in vivid array tho most
indubitable proofs of the historical
accuracy of the Word of God. Such
a wcultli of learning brought within
the rcaoh of nil has made US all tho
richer, aud Dr. Bantu aud bis lec?
tures will be held in long and grate
1 til i treu nibruuce.
c in- Travelers* I'rotcctlro Asso?
A movement is on foot to organ?
ize u Post of the Travelers' Pro?
tective Association of America, iu
Norfolk, aud a corncjitteo of tho
Virginia Division,composed of some
of the prominent men la our State,
with the National President, Mr.
.lohn A. Lee, of St. Louis, will visit
Norfolk next Saturday, und forin
Norfolk Post. Tho Travelers' Pro?
tective Association is doing more
for the prospority and advancement
of the commorciul iuterosts in Vir?
ginia and the Sou til than any other
body of men, und us thoy uro inter?
ested olosely |witb tho jobbers ami
manufacturers, it is evid-nt that
they will give hearty and earnest
supoort,in formiug this new l'ost.
'1 he order is fust growing and
there are now over 8,000 members
iu the United States. Virginia has
over 'Jini members, and posts are
being formed m nil tho principal
cities of tho "Old Dominion."
During Mr. Lee's visit to Norfolk
ho will arrange to meet the mer
chants uud jobbers as well us all
trading men thnt uro nt homo aud
explain to them fully the object ol
the "Travelers' Protective Associa?
An lloiit-ait UelOred Rofa
A sinnll colored boy named .Joseph
King, employed by a lady ou Vir?
ginia Btreet, found on yesterday
morning on 01 ape! street, a pocket
book containing a roll of money,
smotintiug to thirty odd dollars,
lie immediately reported the finding
to iho lady who employed him, who
Ion examining the book found the
address of tho ludy to whom it be
lougetl, aud it was promptly return?
ed to the owner, who thanked and
rewuiib d the boy, The Virginian
takes pleasure in making this honor?
able mention ol the boy who so Well
demonstrated his honesty.
< nritornlinai Com i.
In the Corporation Court yo<dor
day, .Judge Brooke presiding, liar
ru t Flauuigau qualified as guardian
Ol Ella Grnliu; George liouker sure?
Six prisoners were released from
jail without paymeut of tiuo and
Judgo Brooke yesterday vacated
his otlieo in City llull'siiunre nnd
moved tn his new luw otlices on
l'luiuu street, near Bank.
LAND?At In-; Intlti r's residence, l rin
ce--, Anno io ot . l'uetday, De oaiber
- 6 at 6:?ll i coek tt in., J.AN ,1.1. i
LaND, foil ol Ji.i.eihOii land, agoil 23
i in luuor.il iy111 take place from rest
dou b I HUH I>AY. January ltd, at v p.
in Krieud* aud ao uaiut.iuuis ro-pici
fully ? uvi ei tu litten >.
\\ ILLIAMSON?Afti r a Ion? mi l pr .
tn tei il U04.-I, Mr. VV. II. WILLI a AI Mi \
ilicil o-t .?>? morning at 11:45, at th?
lifctrcai rorthotiick in tho03d year of liis
ilis fun iral will ink ? place 'i li is i Wed
nesdav tfr'Ti ItNOoN iroiu i.i , late refi?
ll lieu, No. 17 Who I stri-ot. at i d'eloi k.
i- rieudi and aequsintaiicS'i iu riled io ut
THE COUPER UaRBLB WORKS ?
HI, 113 * llrdlani Street.
LARGt SlUiiK ut hlHISHEQ
IM onudieiiLs aim (iraresrooes
A.*ady lor l&iiusaiais aolirer/
What the Figures of the Board of
REGARDING MEN AND WOMEN
Attempts to Account for the Alarm?
ing Increase of" Certain
Tho Now York Board Of TTodth re, orts
?how a largo increase in tho number ot
deutln Irom ttiiluoy. liver, aud urinary
ills Kiel hut week, as well a* from tlio
var ou- troubled which adlict wjuieu. It
Ii to si Iu iiihi tho weather ha- m.i.h to
do with this, i at thore i8 uo denying tho
f ie dial tU' .-o iioubh.'h me very prevA
lont an.i require prompt care uud atteu
What there il iu tho atmosphere, tho
water, or (In- uiOile of living that toiuls to
we k-n In- kidneys and uriuary organs
o: ' niori n;is, t an only bo cou.,ci'tiiieU.
but the sitd fact re in aim that, an a peo?
ple, ??. are very ?eilt in these reapeute.
What in?n iloei not (eol unstrung, lack
ing in courage, appi ein neire and uuaoio
to iO e "i'.li the unties o. life at timed r
Where Ifl the wouiau who does liot Invo
pain-in in. back, bearing jlowu feelings,
depressions and the chonsanu and ouo
symptom- that indicate disordered or?
gans? .Ml thcie tiling aio Nature's
warnings. Bhe teile you in tho plain nt
laiignugo that she mods help, and ttmt
yo must Hid her or suffer the couso
Any ono who has rea 1 an I t louglit
knons that tliero I as never boeu bin ono
discovery thu will invariably ? ouirol
these tr tables, and place pcrtoet uealth
in their stead, i Or tors and the bi<st
thinkoi s ah know this, mi : ag on that for
? very lorm of knluey. In er, bladder, aud
uriu ry difficulty, or foinale aiiiuenis,
Warnor's ?nfe Curs st?n s alone It is
Kiug. There are several hundred thou
? uu i mi n hu 1 w< men in America alone.
irrei| active of ti o vast army abroad
who are keiit in pt-rf.ct health and
strength who ly by us use. There arc
tho isau Is o! others who uecd its pure
and powerful iniuonc - fust us badly.
Will you, reader, be warned by tbo sta?
tist', s ?bleu uro shown iu ti e health re?
port" o\ery week.examiueyourself care
lullv. uud, it you find uu indications of
the approach ot thosu fcrious ttouules,
acl intime, boar in i lud tnat prompt
action is eorta n to roriiit in restored
he? tu anil bappiuess, wade delay may
meau misery ab ti.o rtst oi your saort
PliillO tor Mil,'.
A line upright piuuu of standard
make, that has been used, hut iu a
nice condition, can be bought for
S2U0, ou easy terms. Thi8 includes
stool und scurf, 'i'ho Hume .Minor
Company, IUI Main street.
A large and beautiful hue of Czar?
inas, silver und gold mounted aud
unmounted. All new. Chapmuu &
'I'lii'V Are Itouml lo .Hove.
Ladies' Turkish slippers, 13-5, GOc.
Ladies' overguiters, 1 0, '20c.
Gents' embroidered slippers, ? 11,
Cents' fine goat slippers, 0 8, 75c.
Doll baby button shoes, 2?0,
Doll baby strap sandals, 20c,
Misses' jorsey rubbers, 11 13J, 20c,
Child's jersey rubbers, 6-9J, 15c,
IIi.lleh's One Price Shoe Stoke,
Hi Bank St., op. Cuurthouso.
Kouorli IK Ice M tinted*
Fivo thousand bushels highest
market price. 11. 13, Owen, 27?,
277, 270 Wtaer street.
ii l t . ( I tSH,
lil.uriAl: ANNUAL Ml KTING OP I It:
I? tlockholdcrs uf the Vlit .INI \ ItlCAbl'i
COMPANY will i..-In-ill on TUESDAY Janu?
ary sib, 1895, it 5 p. m., ai the otHceof b.
l.oA'outii r^, room ?01, Coluinlila It ill en.'.
JUS. T. AI.LV.V,
A general mooting of the aloe holders
Of T.IK IJKItKLKl MAN Ul ACT I KI NU
COMPANY will he held ou MONDAY,
.Imii tary Tth. issj. Uu p. hi,, at tho office
of Oeorge t>. Parker Jc Sou. it B<-r i y
avenue, i erklcy. V.l.. to pus- by i.e.is.
elo t oflloera au Idire hoi ? an i oiho- pur
p Res, JO . A WAld.Ai B,
ST?CKHOLDERS' M EET1NG.
The annual st ckbold ra' meeting of
tho C'itj National bank 61 Norfolk, Va..
will he held at their ol.nl. SSI)AY,
.lau nary stb, between hours ot i to p.m.
U. \v. LKIOH,
del-:! 't ( u lcer.
When You Visit the Market You Will
Find it to Your Interest to tall
at the Following Stalls:
catc Per tho finrsl prosli Moats,
C/l * 0?~ || ri Million sn.l Vesl.uli
Itiitchered ami always fretb.al reawu
nl I prices itdelivered inc.ia.l a; Mall
8. F. Ii. STOSSKU. icd
eo. wTramsey, "v,',;,7
Vegetables and General produce. 8p* lahy
oi Iriali ami Sweet Potatoes. Ma..s Manu
30. Free deliferr. or:
rc< >Ticc i
'the firm ofBTAHKE.V MARTIN has
In on tin- day .Ii - Iva ', W. B. Marlin re
lirlng lo go u| on tin lleueh. 1 Iu- prac
tici of law win o contiil e i by ibe uu
? a rsigiied linder the firm n me of
SI A UK IS a BTAltliE
Ii. I). STA UK K,
L. l>. BTAUKB .In.
Dr. TM..Kit 31, 1SJI. >h2 ji
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
T e ti in of Miller ft Com| ??ny. cn
s St n : Ol ilohll A.filer and Jacob It.
Iboek, is hereby dis olved by mutual
enn-nut John > iilor having purchased
?la on Ii. I r. ck s interest in -ai l Urin
n ut nssnines nil tho I an litios of h id
firm. HUd is alone antuori ed to icceipt
lot ei.i ois due tu. an me.
JOII N M I hi.I It.
JAOOn l; bllOCK.
Noil folk, Va., DcieuiLer SI, ls.J.
jal -lw_ _
A. OA l-ei D.
1 desire return thanks to niy trload
and tho publie or their libern pur nage
in ih ? past >ear an I ni.li n out nuation
Ol same. WiShill all a happy Mil p.o
peroua New War. I am.
Votir.. trul ,
P. J. A1ALQON.
V-l Alll! 15 ItftCtMfltr.
loreciut for 'l'o-d?r?
rABHiBHTon. u. G. Jajiuary 2, 1SJ3.
For Virginia; Fair; slightly warm?
er; variable wind-.
For North Carolina: lair; s'iglit
ly warmer; variable wluds.
Minatpbr Almanac?.-<\n rum. 7:i!>?. m.
lun seta. o:0e d. in.: niuh waior. 12 59 a. U1.. ami
1:10 p. nt.; lo? water. 7:26 a. oi. auu 7:45 |>. ui.
I.tM in .Ucleorolocicul Dum.
FOB 21 noUUH KNUI.Ntl S o'OLOOK fikifl
D.S. Dkpautmknt or aohigoi.tcuf:,
Vr aihki: iiUHEAC.
Local Utlloe. IJodson HniMin?.
Norfolk Va., January l, tdi)5 i
Maximnm temperature. fj">
Min mi u in loiuuerHiu.ru. 2.'.
Normal temperature, deduced from
'111 years'observation. 40
DODtiriure from normal. ?1'2
Accumulated departures for tho
Accumulated departures sinco
Jan. 1st . ?12
Precipitation, in inches. .0
Total precipitation nnoe 1st of tho
J. J. Omay, Oboerror.
No Evading These Facts,
Tiiero aro eight rogular lifo as?
surance com -,. nines besides tho
Equitable organized nnder tiio laws
of tho State of New York which are
uow in active pursuit of public
luttrouugo, tho combined ''ad?
mitted" surpluses of which on the
1st of January last amounted to
S 116,357,350.65. This nmount in?
cludes the surpluses of tho two com?
panies next in size to tho Equitable.
The admitted surplus of the Equi?
table alone is over Eiohty-onr and
a ham? por cout. oi the total sur?
pluses of tho other eight Now York
When it is understood that surplus
in not only tho mensuro of liuauciul
stieugtb, but that from it alono cuu
dividends be declared, tho pre
cmiueut position of the Equitablo
on the vital poiuts of seourity for
the assured nnd the cost of ussur
auce he.-muck apparent.
Tho EQUITABLE LIFE AS?
SURANCE SOCIETY of tho United
States is the STRONGEST and
LA K<! EST Lifo Assurauco Company
iu tho world,
A. MYERS, M'n'gr.,
W. 8. JOllNd. KENSEY JOHNS, Jr.
? DEALERS IN ?
COAL AND WOOD.
Wo nsk our friend* and the general
public tn k vo us a Miaro of their pah on
two. \\<- promise to give percouai ati<-n
tion to nil tue I'.etaim of tl e l>ii>iue8< au I
wiil come us near as passible to Kivmg
generul i- -.t-.j a ti ui
Our managing partner. \V. STUART
.l()liN>,iiaa iiiid ?c oral yoar* eX| Orlen e
in tliir- liue nu i is ilti re ore pr pare t ?
i ? lid -1 t 'ho business in a manuor io sr.it
o ;r patrons.
Utticeand Wharf, At! mtie Citr. I bone
No 7.-"'.. Orders left tvilli ii \ rt ItKNCK .V
HOLMES. uruggisK T.i Main street. "ill
recoivo piompt attont ou. deso-eodim
SOUTHERN AGENT 1 OH A. G. BPALD
Sporting and AthSelic Supp'iuS,
FOOTBALL Ol othin'g.
GUHS, RIFLES, CUTLERY.
I DUMB BELIV3,
INDIAN < i.Ulis,
CHES1 W1 IGHTS, Eti? . Etc
87 JWain Street, - - fJORFOhK
SPRATLEY ? BROS.'
ONE PRICE HOUSE.
All Romnanti of Wool Dress <io is.
Sil I repons. 1 inghams. black Cot.
t-.ith t aut u Flannel. Kiderdown. Silu ia,
I fa-brie- and Reinuautf of every de
' soriptl in at
our entire Hue or WO ?L DRESS
GOODS AT AliUL i HALF PRICE.
enr ?1.89 Ulnnkots now 08c; our T.ic
Comfort i, largo size, now ?T.'c. All Win?
ter < oodsat
Greatly Reduced Prices.
tlO lilack Cloaks, elfte -'2, now I .
SIS lllaek Clo k- i o 8!. m>? i -' OS.
tVearo HlaughterbiB ?II Wime (inn Is
of every description to make room lor
?I ring look.
Bo Maiu Street, Uudoi. Academy oi Music
TAN WYOK'S AOADEMY OF MU->10?
WEDNESDAY, , ANUAUV 2.
Only i ro i1k10118 i'n'?entatioa of tho
Witb all its 'Supriamg Scetiio Fcatuietv
Seals on 8.1I0 Monday. 1 rices 2Ce, Moj
75o uu? *1 do;iu-3t
IDE KINGDOM OF ?
ILLUMINATED BY TBK RECENT
DISCOVI.HI i s I'ltOVINU
TIIK III i LE.
?IIY TUK ?
Rev. Henry Mason Baum, D.C.L.
Undur the Patronage of the City Clergy.
Y. M. C. A. HALL,
Dec. 31, Jan. 1,2 and 4r>
At 8 P. M.
Patrous' Reserve I soai CouiaeTicket, Ma
For Site ai Y. M. C. A. Odice.
I SKATING RINK,
( PEN EVERY AFTERNOON 2:30to 6:3ft,
I.VrHY MuNI'AY i.n I W I.L>^L^L>AY'
NI'.I^? S;o 10:30
TUESDAY, .'AM MtY l. I8?5, ?;RAND
I ASCI Dl:l s - CARNIVAL
(nni'e- iiianndri'i'.rn- of l iof, Moony).
Naval Pot Baud, Prise* o O'cd for mitt
original costume. Pi ists ottered lor most
comic ceata me. <a>
GRAND RXttlDITION, O
FANCY SKATING BY PROF. MOONY. e>
f/ NOTICE I NOTICE 1
I wlio have ?o kim?y bestowal thiir
patronage ou mo during these mam
il y?T* I',-"5:1' 1 ? ill to ca end in* n
It i.iartv thinks with thee] isei ftneola 'J
\\ year, an .I wish thi-in all a liapi.v
V ?Ii I prosporoui New Year. " ,
x ELIAS BALL, /J
190 Main Si.
8HECIAL INDUi EMEN 18 OS
SLIPPERS AND LADIES' SHOES
for SO ilays. Now is your chance for Rood
.1. m. < AP.n.
NO. 88 Main ?tri et.
ONLY FEW LEFT."
Caps, Driving Roh: and Lv.v:.,
CHEAPEST IN TnE i ITY.
Walter J. Simmons & Co..
nATTERS AND FURRIERS.
Finest Winter Toilet Article
ON THE MARKEr.
m\W\ AKAHSIHE LOTIO?,
AN EXCELLENT REMEDY FOB
THE 1 I it AND PIlEV EN
TION OF Wl N 11 R t'AN,
Q^LY IO CTS.
An elegant combination of barmloaa
anbstaucu* prepared :n a ich a | uanuea
us to ohtuiu the most irt-atifyiuu, results.
.t onus a most doltithtful toilet Artl*
cl? for th purpose* n>r nhlcbitia in?
tended. Si thui|> enters to* uomj "si
tiou of this bii iwibio articlo whiohi
c?i ild |i ovo in urioua to tt.e mos del -
cute akin: as t is perfectly harmless it
mur t 10 takon internally with entire
11 is n it only 1 substitute 'or, but im
ovory n-apoot anpcrlor to Camphor leo,
Oold Orea.11, Va?eliue and bko prepare*
Most remo lirs n-ol for their mini! out
off eel p ^sossos the very object ounble
features of heiug a iok\ atid . roiisy: but
th s defocti have boi ii overcome by t ie
I 1 oduction ol
It iirie-1 at on.-e. .-in I ki 1 glovos may be
w-i'n iiiiuio iato y all rap Inn
Hi.1 unit ? in.m's us aller slin\ u,'. it
slim h without an equal, tin sonaatio.i it
iT'i in oh . i on nppliod to Iho sl.in being
highly |i i ns
1 1' not a "1 inn al ." but il has Hi*
power 01 prevoiubiK anil ro nv iir Sun?
burn .mil an amiohafoii Skiu. as Welt
as il nrii tm v irrli i ions
,t no a by ii .pro. :mt tho ai rtmov
clearness and b althy lone of th asin.
and its duilv applications . Is lo pre?
serve it from tho a ttonofrryin winds
exlreroo icmpernture mi I the bko. Prioe
wit ? n the rca h ol m. ry ody
Only 10 Cents a Bottle.
SOLD WHOLESALE >M> RETAIL bt
KTo. l 'Sii Moin St*
llt-Kii of Old Market square
(7000(13 dclivcn 'I to all parts of the
city. Also 111 Portsmouth, Berkley, At?
lantic l ity. et .
SUL?"Telephone Nu. 346.