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Ttifi Virginian's Daily Hints
Saturday, *> tli ol February.
< heerfulncss ?? ' mailer which depend! fully
nt much i n Iba <"ue ofthings within as.lie
Mate uniting! witboul uud around u>.
BREAK RAST. Apples and Dale*.
Oatmeal. BrcaktaitJflStcw. Fried Corn
Mush. Whim Bread, Quince Muriualaile.
? INNEPi. FisM Chowder Corn-Meal
(.ciiiii I.mm Beans. Torna t) Pickle*
Sweet Potato Cobbler. Cheese
SUPPER Run?. Uorric?. While
Bread. Jelly. Milk. Tea.
FortbeCak? One une tabbwi."f?l
butler; two-thirds cup ituear; one-third onp
sweet milk: one aud .Iniru cupful* Boer;
ii piuch ol rail; one lea?|.uful baking i>o?
dir. Hate in two jell; nans.
For the ' ros|iug: Whiles ?.f Ibrea esn;
enc ein? powdered augur; three heaping laid*
?I.nflih grated chocolate: one teospoounil
extract vaullla, Mix smooth and ipread be?
tween the cakes, end ua lop.
Fi POLICEMEN DROPPED
Without any Cause Assigned by
Brambleton Officers. Additional
Men and More Patrol Boxes.
Permanent Bents. Connec?
tion of Station by Wire
With Pawn Shops.
Tbo Board of Police Commission
ere met iu regular soasiou yesterday
afternoon in the Mayor's ollico. Tlia
uieml ers were suow bound ami did
not show up until some twenty
mi ii u tea after time.
Mr. II. S. Uailey, of tho Lund
mark, was requested to withdraw un
account of his report of the previous
meeting of tho board, Mr, Boltou
rniBiug the question. Mr. ISailuy,
upon being refused uu opportunity
to defend himself, withdrew.
Mr, Bolt on offered a resolution
culling the attention of the Chief ot
l'obco to tho existence of houses ol
ill repute ou lower Church atroot,
and ordering bun to proceed agitiu.-i
such parties at once. The resolution
Mr. liolton thon offered anotliei
resolution calling tho Chief's attou
tion to the selling of boor and
whiskey ou Washington aud other
Tho Mayor desired to know if
Mr. Boltou wished to clean oil
Church and Washington streets.
The < 'upturn suid that ho had Been
the matter referred to in Tub Vi it
OINIAN aud desirod to uotioo it.
MR. no I.TON OBJECTED,
Mr. Bailey here Bent in a request
to appear and defend himself.
Cupt. Boltou contended that he
baviug been excluded once uo
further et ui i,i do rut ion of his Oase
was in order.
Mr. Verdier and tho Mayor up
held Mr. Bailey's right to defeud
himself, and < 'apt. Bolton held out
aud Mr. Verdier offered a rosoln
tion advising Mr. Bailey that owing
to the press of business before the
board his hearing would have to be
postponed uutil some subsequent
meeting. The motion was carried,
tho Mayor voting no.
The Mayor called the attentioa of
the Board to tho lulls of many po
licemen which had been shuwcreii
npon him. Uo said: "We must have
gotten bold of a bad lot. Thoy owe
everybody in town and don't seem
to pay anyone,"
A resolution was passed ordering
the men to pay up.
A communication from tho Chief
recommending tho eonucotion of ail
pawn shops in tbe city with tlio de?
tective office,as the indicators there
in would bo of value in apprehend
ing crooks, suatch thieves, etc. The
mutter was referred to the Council,
Mr. Verdier called attention to
tho small number of putrol call
boxe9 in the oity, citing as uu ex?
ample, Church street, which 19 du
void of call boxes from Water to
Cjueeu streets. Tha matter was re?
ferred to tho Councils.
The report of the graud jury con
detuning the practice of seudiug out
officers in citizens' dress to discover
violations of the liquor laws was
read to the Board.
The Mayor wished to know where
the money with which tho liquor
was purchased came from.
WHO FOKNISED THE MONEY?
Mr, Verdier said out of tbe
pocketH of the officers nnd m.'ii, not
from the city.
"1 never acceded to that pla-a,"
eaid tho Mayor.
"Well, I did, ' was Mr. Verdier's
The report of tho grand jury was
referred to the secretary to he
Tho Mayor and Mr. Boltou do
sired to go on record n9 opposed to
tho system, tolerating it as tho only
means at hand for obtaining iutor
luation ugaiust Sunday violators.
?I. T. Burnou and (i, S. Siunner
vjero put ou uu substitutes,
A discussiou of tho Brambleton
situation wuk then entered upon, it
being covered by Judge Hauokel's
decision in tbo Atlantic City case.
Mr, Verdier offered a motion that
the Mayor bo requested to uppumi
three additional polioemou for bram?
bleton Ward at once. The officers
bow serving in ?ramblotoa Ward
will bo sworn iu bb IUcbo additional
0 Hi ours.
Tue Mayor expressed a wish to
increase tho force. Rrambletou,
ho said, would probably pay her
policemen, but Atlantio City would
uot unless compelled to.
Mr. Verdier moved that S300 be
1 asked ol the Councils for tho pur
! ouase of statioaery and incidental
for the use of the force; also for
j SI,000 to be med as a aeoret service
fund for the suppressum of crime,
to be used by the Hoard at its dis?
I Commissioner Rolton moved that
! the order changing tho beats of ofli
I corH weekly be rescinded and the
j men bo allowed to retain thoir beats
permanently, In oxplaiuing his
mutual ho said that au officer comes
to take au interest iu the Rood order
of u pormaueut beat; that bo would
becomo acquainted with tho law
breaking elements and crooks,
"Cooks, did you Bay?" repbod tho
.Mr. Rolton called for tho ques?
tion with dignity, and his motion
Mr. liolton thon requested that
Sergeant Lowery aud Oillcers Bayre,
Oliver. Harrison and Suowdou bo
dropped from tho rolls.
Tho Mayor said that he thought it
a bad praoticc to drop (rood toon
and put ou greenhorns who woro
Said ho: "1 don't boliove in put
ling ou men who will atop a tnau ou
Main street aud smell his breath to
soo if he has been driukiug. This
Tho quostiou was then put and
tho resolution distnisning tho men
passed, Verdior aud liolton voting
yes and .Mayor I'eltit voting against
what ho considered au uuwiso mein
?lliccr Kirchmior was thon mado
soeoud sergeant and Sorgt. Robin?
son was made first sergeant, vice
Lowery, dismissed. The substitutes
moved up to regular positions arc
Wiliiuuisou, Woodhouse, Sherman,
Sadler aud Hoover,
The Hoard to meet weekly here
after aud, on motion, it udiourued.
Tho sehoonor .John O, llaynes,
C'apt. liayuus, bound from Haiti
more to Bagna, Cuba, with a cargo
<>f coal, was run into aud sunk dur?
ing u thick storm in Hampton Koails
at 5:80 o'clock yesterday morn
ing, by tho tng Minnie. The
llayues lies near tho sunkeu
schooner Henry Lippett. She was
bunt in Bath, Mo., iu 1887 and is
171 feet in length, with a registered
uet tounage of 710.71. The steamer
Coly, of the Merritts, will go to
Hamptou Roads to-day to search the
Tho ?ve masted schoouer Gover?
nor Ames has sailed from Highland,
Muss,, for Nortoll.. Shu is one of
the handsomest schooners afloat.
The ooeau tug Rattler, Capt,
Reors, with barge No. 110 in tow,
arrived horo yesterday from Dela?
ware Breakwater. Sho was entirely
covered with ice. Capt. Rears says
ihat Wednesday night she hail ou
about thirty-live tons of ice, which
was about eighteen inches iu thick
ness. .lie thought that tho Rattler
aud all hands ou board would surely
tie lost, owing to the extra load aud
The 1'luladelphia Record of yester?
day says: Tho tug Aries, from Nor
folk for New London, with the
j hurgo Van Sauford iu tow, ex
j pericneed very cold weathor, with a
territio sea. Two men on tho barge
who be -anie beuumbed With cold
woro swept overboard and drowned.
Klcctlaa or Ufficam.
Tho promottou of Sergeant II, 3.
Eppes to the seeoud Lieutenancy of
Norfolk L. A, Rlues, has caused
the following promotions and elec?
tions: 1.1 W Thorns, first sergeant;
W Ij Moore, second sorgoaut; W E
Halstead, third sergeant; M C Fore
bee, fourth sergeant; G S Rriggs,
fifth sergeant; P C I'etre, Btable
sergeant, from tho ranks; H P Pol?
len, guidon, from tho ranks: J 1)
Dunbar, first corporal; W H Land,
second corporal, .1 11 Wright,
third corporal; L E Woodsend,
fourth corporal, from the ranks;
R F Hunting,lifth corporal,from the
rauks, C N Duley, sixth corporal,
from tho ranks; W R McLean,
seventh corporal, from the ranks;
.1 E Godwin; eighth corporal, from
I.Hill to itcat.
Notwithstanding tho inclement
weattier the funeral service of
Miss Lillie Mary Nichols, at
St. Mary's Catholic Church
yesterday afternoon, was at?
tended by a largo number of cym
pathiziug friends of tho family,
i'he services were conducted by
Father MoKeefry and the remains
were interred iu the Catholic Ceme?
tery. The following young gentle?
men aeted as pallbearers: John T.
Fletcher, Lewis V. Carey, Charles
L. Martiu, .Johu F. Ilattou, Charles
J, Rudolph, GeorgoH, Lyons. \Vm,
E. Weis and Russell 1' Deuby. The
lloral tributes wcro numerous and
The National Flower of America,
just received ut The Casiset, iu tho
shape of souvenir spoon handles, lo
oalized by homo Bubjects, Old St,
Luke's, 1(332, SmithUeld, Vu.; old
St. Raul's Church, Norfolk, 17;l'.l;
Fortress Monroe aud others, Ster?
ling silverware for bridal presents.
Largest stock in tho twin cities com?
bined ami lowest prices. Call on
C, F. Greenwood .V Rro., lOS Mam
New, beautiful and useful novel?
ties for birthday und other gifts.
Diamonds and watchescau be found
in greater variety ut Frank U.Ualo'a
titan elsewhere, l?? Main street.
The Subject of Father Hedges'
Sermon Last Night.
225 TOTAL ABSTAINERS
He Urges His Hearers So to Live
That They May Never Receive
the Curse of the Damned.
Hell is a World Without
God. Fine Address.
Dospito tho snow of yosterdoy
morning tho 5 o'clock mass at St,
Mary's was well attended. The Sao
rameat of Holy Communion wbb
oelobrated, iu which a number of
thu children of tbe parish joined.
Tbo address was ou tho subject of
Sabbat b observance.
Last uigni wbun tho wind was
blowing almost a blizzard, with
particles of Hying ice every mo
mout adding to the depth of snow
already ou tho ground, a throng of
worshippers wended their way to
tho evening mission service,
Father Hednoa took for his toxt
tho words from St. Matthew, "De?
part From Mo Ye Cursed Into Ever?
lasting Flames." lio said: "Hell.
What is it? What doos tbe luke?
warm Catholic tell me when I BBk
him about hell? Ho says I don't
havo timo to think of such things,
or I have hoard some ouo say there
is uo bell. What does the infidel
tell mo on this subjuot? He 6tiys
tboro 16 no hell, llave I over seen
it, or has auy ouo over been there
and told of it?
"And what does tho true Catholio
toll me? That hell is everlasting,
that it is tbe punishment for a had
life and that a man ooudemus him?
self to'bull aud loses a life with Uod,
for that is what hell is?a life with
"From tradition even wo know
that there is a hell. Tho old Jew?
ish philosophers taught of it and in
the New Scriptures are we warned
of it iu the words of the text.
"Our Lord said: 'If thy foot
scandalize thee, cut it o(T,' so if
you sin, slop or you will surely burn
in hell. The Scripture keeps the
dootriuool heaveu aud bell together,
so if you rejoot hell you reject
heaven. We know that bell is, aud
that hell is eternal, aud we also
know that tho puuisbmeut of hull is
tire. How shall hell bnrn a spirit
uul soul? Is anything impossible to
Uod? My friends, the lire of hell
burns aud burus aud burns oud
never consumes, so if a man goes
down to boll he goes thure just as
Uod created him.
"Speaking of tho gifts of Uod to
man as ..relating to the senses, tbe
Urut of them all is tho gift of will of
freedom. Yes, my friends, if a man
does go into hell he goes there with
all tho senses ho bad when Uod
created him. My dour friends, if
thero was nothing iu bell but thu
groans, the lameutatiouB and tho
sorrow of the condemned,that would
bo punishment enough. In holt a
man's will will havo lost its freedom,
for now is the time for a man to
choose Uod, for when ho is in hell
he hns no cboioe. He must stay
there for over and ever, then let us;
ob, my friends, let us try to serve
(Jod aud merit His good will. May
none of tho mouthers of this oongro
gation hoar these terrible words of
Uod, 'Depart yo cursed into eternal
fire,' but may yuu all hear Him say
those swcot and beautiful words,
'Comu to me yo faithful and possess
tbo kingdom of your inheritance
which was prepared for you,' "
At tho conclusion of the sormon
Fathers Hodges and Hopper col?
lected from the congregation the
pledges of total abstinence, and at
tor benediction Father Hedges an?
nounced that bo know there was a
desire to know how many pledges
had been returned. From the com?
paratively small congregation 225
pledges had been returned signed,
with inaur more still to hear lrom.
Ho expressed himself as highly grat
died ut this result of his labors aud
thut of his oompanion iu tho cause
of total abstinence.
Sol Smith Russell.?The ap
I pearanco in this city of Sol Smith
Kussetl and thu production of "A
Poor Relation" will take place at
tbo icademy of Mnsio ou Thursday
next, the llth. The more one sees
of Sol Smith lluesell tbo more does
ouo became euutnorcd of his urt.
Mr, Russell's impersonation in "A
I'oor Kelatiou" is one of tbe best
things to be seen on the American
stage to day. It is somethiUK
nnique and impresses the spectator
with the idea of entire comicality,
Thero are also movements of pathos
bucIi as are tnudo known in Jeffer
sou's "Rip Van Wiuklo." Over all
there is the steady radiance of a
bright aud sunny nature. Tho whole
pi.-tute ho pre&ents is one of dainty
uumor flecked with strands of ten?
der pathos, SSSiSi
"Dauoiiters op EvBi"?Owing to
tlio stormy wfather tho audience
which greeted Marie Wainwright at
tbo Academy of Music last evening
was not as largo ns tho play or tho
star was entitled to, but thoso who
j were tboro wero richly repaid for
braving tbo storm. Fow perform?
ance have over been given in the
Aoadom y that were better. Miss
Wainwright in the doublo role of
Rose Wyoberly und Rhoda Daintry
fully met all tbo requirements of the
difficult parts aud was ably sup?
This evening Tom Taylor's com?
edy drama of "An Unequal Match"
will bo presented.
Another invoice of lamps and
tables and new Bundes, Cuapmau A
A Pretty Marriage at the Chapel
of Our Lady of Good Counsel.
Tho first marriage within tho
Bacred walls of the Chapel of Our
Lady of Good CoaDsel took place
yesterday at 2:110 when Mr. George
Uosley Hiss, a native of Baltimore,
but ut prosent a prominent business
man ot Birmingham, Ala., aud Miss
Bertha Moore Thomas, an attrac?
tive aud popular young lady of this
oity, and a Bister of Mrs. J. P.
Kevill, wore united in tho holy
bnuds of matrimony, Kev. Father
McCarthy conducted the ceremony
according to the impressive rites of
the Roman Catholic Church. Mr.
Ollie Edgertou was best man aud
the nBhers were MesBra, Ohas, Dey
and M. Friary.
The pretty brido wore a hand?
some gray traveling suit with hat
and gloves to match, and carried iu
ber baud a duster of roses. Tho
groom was dressed in a outaway
black suit, and tho best man und
ushers were in full dress with tan
The chanool was beautifully deco?
rated with palms, ferns aud out
tlowora, two tall aud graceful palms
forming au arch under which they
were married. Immediately after
the ceremony, Mr. and ;Mrs. Hiss
left via the Chesapeake and Ohio
for an extended tour. The bride
was tho recipient of many useful
and pretty presents.
Despite tho deep snow and bliz
zard-liko wind quite a ooncourse of
tho friends and well-wishers of the
happy twain were gathered iu the
chapel before the appointed hour.
Amoug those who witnessed tho
interesting ceremony were the fol?
lowing ladies and gentlemen from
Baltimore: Mr. and Mrs, Johu
Bliss, Misses Lucy Hiss. Mabel aud
Crowtber and Mr. Bosley P. Crow
ther; also Mrs, Charles E, Lester,
of Hartford, Conn., and Miss
Mayme L. Gesmer, of Annapolis.
I.lat of Letter?.
List of unclaimed letters remain
ing in the Norfolk, Ya.. postof?ce
for the week ending February 8,
1895, Persons calling for these let?
ters are requested to say they aro
Robt E Andrews,Miss Sarah Aus?
tin, Duglas Arringtou. Miss Willis
Brarksdalo, Mrs M W Barrowe, R
M Barr, Miss Arena Brown, J F
Barrett, Sam Bryant, Susey Rrock
ott, Mrs Louise Ramey, Miss Mira
Blunkenehip, Charlie Roush, James
3 Carpner. Mrs Fannie Carlisle (2),
Tom ay Colater, Lou B Crooisr.Mrs
M P Cosby, Emma Coruick, J D
Cofed, Georgia Giitl'eo, Mrs Fannie
Davis, Isaac G Davis, Edward Daau,
Mrs Redmu, Pablo Dm/., D Dam?
son, Jaa H Dougherty, Patrick
Downing, Duncan .V Co, W J Dull,
Miss Salbe Duke, Elijah Epps, 11
C Fisher, J Fleming, Wilmer Foo?
ter, Herman Frugritz, Charley
Fisher, James Forhs, O Froggatr,
Wm H Foster, J H Gatzens (2),Mrs
Alice Gray, E Giles, 3 E Griflin,
Alex M Grobe,-Greeublstt,
?lames Harrison J D Hawkins, Miss
Stella Harper, A Hodges, Leonard
Hudson, Robt Haywood, Miss Res
sie Hope, R D Howe, Miss Susie
Hundley, Jarnos Ireland, Mrs Ma
uerva Jordan, Hobt Jennings,James
Johnson, W E Johnson, P T
Jauos, Mrs Mary A Jordan,
J H Kellam, Mrs Zealie Camp,
Jeeso Knight, Jas E Lambert.Caries
Lamb, Mrs Emma Laue, Jas B Lee,
M Garland Lennou, Jas 11 Mo
Oleaghan, N P Monroe, Mrs Wm
Frank Masou, Miss Bessie Marreud,
Miss Sarah Mason, Bill Mason,
Willie Masou, Cliuton Maseeubuig,
Andrew J Martin, L G Merriman,
Lucy Meadome, Miss Sarah Miles,
Mrs Mary A Nicbals. Miss Catherine
Morgan, James Moore, Mattio
Moore, Charley D Morris, Mayor
Milch, D Parker, Frauz Patrak,
.Mrs Jane Pollock. Miss Mary Pierce,
<) Presprioh, Mrs Nancy F Perdue,
Miss Sue Peters, Henry Peel, J R
Perry, Col Lemuel Porter, Mrs
Rarrior Reddick, J R Ricks, Isaac
Reid, Mrs Lieut Robinson, 3 0
Robinsou, Mikb Hunter Ruesell (2),
E R Radriges, Epiuedons Rand, E
R Rodrigutez, J S Salos, Thos Bui
look Senior, Mrs Martha E Scott,
Horaco W Sawyer, C E Smith, Es
teile Smith, Peter Smith, Boston
Sueade, R O Soloman, Augil Spann,
.) M R tJobler, Mrs E Stem, Jas H
Turner, Netoo Thomas, Mrs Carie
Taylor, Miss Sue Tomcson, Jas H
Trowor, Andrew Waiiess, .?orgese
Ward, John Watson, H D Walsh,
Davidson Walker, Jno R Wilkius,
W It Williams, Chas Whito, Me
Williams, Ed Wood, Jas E Wil
liums, N essel Masters' Society.
W. W. Daooa, P. M.
Don't Forget to Itrmciiibrr
that impnro unhealthy blood is
preseut iu all, aud tho direct causu
of many diseases from which we
sutler, scrofula, rheumatism aud
siiQoilic diseases, which have ravaged
the earth and poisoned the blood of
nations for generations, and are tho
evil parents of uidrscribablc hor?
rors are uuder absolute coutrol of
P. P. P., tho only infallible blood
Tho P. P. Pi Blood Curo has
positively cured numerous oases of
scrofula and salt rheum in a short
time, where nil other blood puri?
fiers have failod.
Pleasant to take; applicable to
diaoueos in infancy or old age,
Mrs. Emily Thome, who resides
at Toledo, Washington, says aho has
never been able to procure auy
medioino for rheumatism that re"
I: eves the pain so quickly ami
effeotually as Chamberlain's Pum
Ralm, aud that she baa also used it
for lamu back with great uuuQe?g,
lion aale by all drnggls.fi
Mrs. W. D. Southall loft yoetor
day for Hickory, Norfolk county,
to be present to-night at a recep?
tion given ?at Mr. Northern's for
Miss Winnie Bonney|and her frieuds.
Miss Lila Bonney also will be pres?
ent, aooompanied by Mr. Clay
It is suggested that persons know?
ing of any destitution and Buffering
in the ward report tbe faot at once,
so that relief may be afforded as
soon as possible.
Services at MoKendree to-night
for special self denial aud consecra?
Notwithstanding the unpleasant
weather large crowds are nightly
attending the Park Avenue Baptist
Church and Rev. L. O. Broughton
is preaching with great power.
Kough ICice Waulud.
Five thousand bushels highest
market price. H. E. Owen, 275,
277, 279 Wtaer street._
New line of bridal present?, the
best line of sterling silver we ever
I had. New Waterburry watohes for
$2,50, Chapman & Jakeman.
Till: ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
I holdem of THE NOKFOl.K BOTLUINU
AND INVESTMENT COMPANY; will be held
alt lie offire of Messrs. Myers A Co., 43 Main
street, on MONDAY, Februar; nth, 1890.
Uy order of the President.
R M. HENRY,
jy27-2w - Secretary.
T? THE PUBLIC:
I respectfully call allentioii to tho fjllowlug,
caid, published iu the Sunday Pilot ol 3d In?
??Mr. C. B. Roper was arrested yesterday by
t'apt. l .add on a charge of embezzlement, tbe
w.ii r?ut being sworu out on thu ground ol a
worthless chock gtvtn by Mr. It..per uu a beak
of this city for SI 12. lie was taken before j sa?
tire Burroughs, who re eased lum on hi- own
recognizonve to appear to-morrow morulng."
I dnsirc 10 say that tbe above is false In es?
sential particulars, and la ca culata 1 lo iujute
nie beyoud imasuro. I never drew the check
n vir nineil. uor did a i cut of tlir uionov owing
lo the parly who pro.und tin warrant ever
coma ii?l-? luy band-.
Thearuouot received wa* fill instead of 1112,
as stated lu the P.lot, ami all of luis was re?
ceived by n termer paituer. rioing busiuesi iu
Berkley under tbe linn name ol < . B. lloper A
Co. I have never liet-u able to gft a setlli-ment
with thi- pe .sun, au.l duriag our conmc linn
fir tbe past two monlln-Bud a lialf he lus
turned over to me only f is.00. The delay oi
? nunc I by my inability lo oblaiu Irom him
the muuey i ollected caused the warrant men?
tioned to be sued out. A:ter explanation ol
thecircumstinrcsand payment ol amnnut ac?
tus ly due, |21. less tbo commissions, iho war
ism was withdrawn.
1 think fim explanation, due to luysolf, aud
aai rea.ly lo verify ea^-u word of it.
C. B, ROPER,
31 B*uk street.
I lei.lt_Norfolk, Va.
FINE STIFF HATS!
The Best 50 Cent Caps
in the city.
SPRING GOODS NOW ARRIVING.
Walter J. Simmons & Co.
THE POPULAR HATTERS.
SPRATLEi" - BROS.'
ONE PRICE HOUSE.
Crepons, Crepons, Crepons.
BLACK WOOL CREPOMS.
W? have just opened uu exquisite lino,
which are vury swell and new lor the
SILKS, SILKS, SILKS,
Just received. New Wash Silks, new
Tafieta Bilks uf every Uesoriptiou for
waist nnd drossos.
Look ut our now Cropou Silks, which
are very uobiiy. for '95.
Black Cheviots.Btack Cheviots,
In tlio new wide wale for skirts, fifty
dlfierent styles iu t-.re.i Dimities in
daiuty ami pretty figures and Stripes.
Fittv li o diSerent styles In figured
Ducks end li,uoi. It w.ll pay yoi to
loot at nur ox luisite line of EMDHOID
HU-.Ti.nl liAOES, We are showing the
Urgent assortment that has ever Uevu
bUutvu in tue city,
Our Motto-Low Prices.
88 Main Street, Under Academy of MusiO
THE COUPER MIRBLK WORKS
111. 113 ft lir.Bank StreoL
LAB BE S1UUK OF FINISHED
Monuments and (iraresfon?s
Reaay for immediate uelivery
w EAT n Lie KEF? HI.
Forecui mr l o-ilm.
?iimiaTo?. I? C February 8. 18?S.
For Virginia: Fair, preceded b?
snow on the exit; slightly colder oft
tli? liuiueUlalo coast: uortbwe??
For North t'aruliuu: Fair till Sat?
urday night; northwest gales; colde*
MlN.ii can ALMANAC.?S'.iu rl?0?. OiSS ft. BE.
?uu tets, 0:3 ~> t>. m ; nigh watar. B:47 >. in. ?utl
3:13 p. ui.; low water. 1:44 a.ue. and '-"is p. in.
Local .'! fit uriilumiial Until.
rOU 21 BOOHS RNDI.fO 6 O'OLOOK likSt
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T/"AN WYCK'8 ACADEMY OF MUSIC;
T THURSDAY, February Mth, only.
The Kminent Comedian,
8 0 L SMITH KUSSELL.
i In tho Very Successful Comedy Drama.
A POOH RELATION.
Frioes?2?C, &0c. $1 and 91.60. Salo of
soats Alondav, 9 a, in. fea-Gt
?y/"AN WYCRV3 ACADEMY OF MU8IO
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1393, TUE8?
DAY MATINEE. FERltUARY 12m.
DKAM ATIO CANTATA,
Hescrvert seat<. $1: general admission
750i balcony, GOC; mutinoe. ?l)c. l!ox ofV
Cce open tor Halo of ressrved scats Sat*
urdar, February 9. and Mondav. Februv
Norfolk, Va., Febrnary C, 1891.
ALL PERSONS AHE I Hi UK It Y WARN'
od against trusting the oaptaiD or
crew ol tlio sloop Carrie Tonne,ug I nhalt
not be reipouslul) for any debts con?
tracted by thnm without a written order
from me. W. F. sHC.MADINE. owner
Sloop Carrie Young. l'o6-lut*
IMS' RUBBERS, U.
Laics' Storm Rubbers.
( REST QUALITY)
a% A O El INI T" 3 I
ESFNew Shoe Store.
We Km You lie 1 o Reuben. Hayseed 01 Wer
We know you will not psiv $30 to &:?() for t\ cucaplr construotod, ?? ond Krude
(" o.l liuiaLeJ?JUicyclo wucu for $15 to *20 tuoro yon got tue hiKueat porbiulo gi? to
spawinos *m&eMm. of '98.
They are the wheel of wljeels and at ono price onlv ??10) for all itrlea uad
welxhte? 14 to ? . poun la.
Don t fit11 to 800 tbe *.oo Ladles' and Men's Wheels, 23 pounds, wood or meto)
wheeiN. Noth.ng that ??IIa ander ylUu equals tt.
Call und get full lino cnta.OKuea.
Phone 489. 87 Main St,