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KT THE STATE GRPITRL
Many Matters of Interest to All
ANNIVERSARY OF PEABODY.
Bar Association's Banquet. A
Statement Expected From the
American Book Company.
Trolley Car Runs Away.
N. & W. Receivership.
[Special Dispatch to the Virffiuiau.]
RlCHUOSD, Va.. February 7.?
Hou, John E. Massay, the Superin
tendent of Pubho Inslrnetiou, laaa
Bout out a circular letter 'o the city
aud county superintendents, colbug
attention to the fad that tbe lsth
ol tins mouth is the lO?t? anniver?
sary of the birth of Qeorge Peabody
und asking that appropriate ever
ciseB be held in the schools ou that
day. Mr. Massey sends also a pro?
gramme winch he request be earned
out ae far us practicable. This in
eludes reoitatioos of appropriate
poems prepared by Mr. .lames ?,
liar wood aud M 1*8 .luiiu Henning,
of Riohmond; asketeh of Peabody's
lifo and extracts froiu In? loiters and
an extract irom an address of Dr.
Curry'a ou Peabody.
Thu Richmond Bar Association
gavo a bauqnet to night in honor of
the new Judges of the Court of Ap
poals. There were preaeut, besides
the local attorneys, quite a number
of visitors, including Judges liolV.
Simonton, Bejmour, Hughes aud
llrawky, of the United Stales
Courts.' Among those Invited were
Messrs. R. B. Davis nud W. Li, Mo
Keuuey, of Petersburg; Win. H.
White," of Norfolk, and ?harleB M.
Blaokford, of Lyuouburg, Preoed
iug tho sapper lion. Johu Randolph
Tucker delivered an address ou bis
reminiscences ol the bunch und; bur
of Virginia, There were no aut
toasts, but h few impromptu
speeches were made at the bauquot,
It is understood that a statemeul
with regard to the contract Virginia
bns witn the American Jiook Gum
pany will soou come from a high
source. This will show, I am told,
thut thia Ntute secured as favorable
terms as any in the United States,
The paper it is presumed will be
published tri coutrudict reports tu
thu ell'ect that theseiiool children ol
Virginia huve to pay more for their
books tliau the children of any other
iSUte, It is stated thut a table of
prices in all Stutos will bo made up.
Mr. lhomiis N. Kendler, editor oI
the Virginia Odd Fellow nud for
marly the head of that order in Vir
giuin, has beeu very eiek in New
York. Alaruuug reports as to bit
conditiou were received here, but
Information that came to-duy is to
the effect that ho is in no Junger
aud will soon be able to return
home, lie hits been in New York
ten days aud soon aiter reaching
there he contracted the grip. 11
ports received hero prior to to-day
were to the etlect that he had a vio
lent attack of pneumonia.
A trolley car comiug down Chinch
Hill this morning run away on ac
count of the slippery condition ol
the tracks. At tbo corner of iwon
ty first aud Franklin streets it
jumped the trnck and ran against a
telegraph pole. The front of the
cur was completely demolished nnd
Motorman Fred C. Cayle, who re
mamed bravely at his poet, was so
verely hurt, lioth hips were faao
tured aud hiB lect were mashed, 1 he
conductor and passengers all jumped
and escaped nniujured.
Quito a mini her of people hen
are snfTeriDg from fost bitten feet.
Many of ti.em ure laid up. Thin
morning the temperature here wa
18 denrees. It rose to '2c, hut
there was a rnpid tail iu the after
The order of Judge Coil appoint?
ing the receivers f..r tho Norfolk
and Western provides that the'
shall take ctiurgu of ?II n- properl
of every kiud, inoluding lease
Hues. It also authorizes them i
continue to operate tbe r,>a 1 tu tl
best ailvautage and to keep t:
property in good repair; to euiplo
all needful help aud to make trail
arrangements with other rouds; t
pay taxes and insurance; to pay en,
ployes, ottieiols aud other per so i ?
having debts for wages, service*,
niuteriala and supplies already an
to become tl tie and unpaid grown
out of the operation of the road;
prosecute and defend all oxist'ii
aotious by or against the com pan
and to adjust und Bettle all sue
suits to the best advantage.
The most interesting opini
handed down to day in tue Virgin
Court of Appeals was that ol He
?vc, vs. the L'armvilleaud Fowhaiu
Railroad Company, from the On
cult Court of Fetersburg, L'bis eas
involves the validity of thu i'
tan county bonds issued in pat
of stock m the Farmville au f i lP
In.tan Ruilroad Company, J, n
contended by the taxpayerstbal I
removal of tbe oasc from tbe Ciro
Court of Powhatau tu the I
Court ol Chesterfield ami Peiei
burg was irregular und thai the in
ter court hud no right to trv tl
cuse in thu absence of eertifiod ,
struct* of thu records of Powbat
and Cbesteriiuld orders.
Ihe Court of Appeals holds ll
the docketing uf the easo bv coim,
in Petersburg gave the Court iht
the n^ht to pioeeed with tbe casi
without those certified abstracts
The Court further decides, Judee'
Harriaou dissenting, that the act <>i
18.sk authorizing the issue ol o noon
bonds validated the conditional
bonds ana cured any defects exist?
ing in too prooeodiuga leading not.,
their issue. None of the questions
e* to the regularity of tiios-j pro
ceedings was passed on, tho Court
holding, .Judge Harrison diHsentiug,
that this question was conclusive of
tliu ease. The judgment of the Cir
cuit Court of Petersburg is alliriued
Judge Harrison delivered a posi?
tive dissenting opinion in which ho
vigorously argued that Uio uot men?
tioned was intended merely to grunt
a privilege of issuing now bonds,
provided tho county authorities
elected to do ho. saying that "tho
act which wns ou its fuoe intended
os n benefit in now ruiido tho menus
of ruin to tue beneficiaries, eo far
as tho payment of tins lnrgu debt
is ooncorued," and he soya further
that the country is ontited to niako
ull defences iuel tlio conditional
bonds which she could uot havo
uiinlc before tliu act was passed,
and is not stopped to mukc that do
feneo by tho ictier or spirit of tho
Mr. W. \V. Flanagan, counsel for
tho county of Powhntan, stati-d to?
day tliui lie would lile n petition for
a re*hoaring and tho opiuion ol
.liidpo lluriiFou enoourages biui to
believe thai it will ho granted,
THE COCKADE CITY.
Many Matters to Interest Peters
burgers in Norfolk.
Bpooial Dispatch to tho Virginian.
PuTRUsuuno, Va., February 7.?
Petersburg whs visited ln?t night by
tho heaviest mow storm ol tho win?
ter, which bus continued through
to day. The ground is covered to n
depth of from ten to twelve inches,
there have been ii great ninny "out
tors" on the Btrcet,
Sheriff Orizzard, of Sussex conn
ty, left hero llu* uiuruiug for Sussex
Courthouse with the negro Hubert
ttidley, who shot and killed u .Mr.
fJeorge Williams some weeks ago,
and who bus been eouliued in the
jail of this city ever since. At the
time of the murder open throats
of lynching tho murderer were
made, nnd it wus thought bi>8t to
Keep lniu hero in Petersburg. Kid
ley'e ease i* set for trial ist tho Feb
riiMty term of tho County Court,
?hielt opened to-day, but it will
probably not bo heard, as Mr. 0, T.
Lusaitcr, ol lius city, counsel for the
aoou8ed,told mo tins morning before
leaviug lor Sus*ox Courthouse thai
he should ask for n eoutiuuanoe
T. W. Abernathy, a whito man of
Hub city, wan before the .Mayor th s
tnorniug to uuswor the charge of at?
tempting to commit n oriminai us
Hiillll on a lady, lie was sent ou to
the rluatiuga Oourt for trial. Bail
was allowed in the penalty of $500.
LAWRENCE & HOLMIST
3ltt 11 ilttfifiS.
Pure Drugs, medicines. CHemlcais,
GilfilTiOiS SKINS BHD SPONGES.
nil 'i. es bu i at lo-.vcst pi icon.
all ltin is. whole and grouttd
oppo. sr. jAiii:a hotel,
HO. 76 RiniH STREET, jiOPLK, ?H.
(loo is iicliveroJ promptly to all parts
of ti.o city.
i rascriptions aocurstsly conn ouudo l
BIck Headache and relievo ail the troublsstncff
dent to a bilious statu <>f 11, ? ? sysicin, euch n|
v.,. ;ir,,,.^,?..s^. Distresa after
W hile their most
luis heen sho? n in curing
??(itiiiK. Pain in the Sid
n.-ailnehe, y,.t Carter's I.ittlk livbr Pllt.l
are equally valuable In Constipation, curing
und preventing this annoying complaint, while
thi ??? also corveei all disorders nt the stomach,
stimulate the Itvm ami regulate the bowels.
Even if they onlj curod
Aeiie the) would im almost priceless to tlin?-!
who Kuirer from this distressing complaint]
?>ut fortunately tlu-ir gnodllMH doos not end
lu re, rvri.l Ihoso ? u.ice try them will llnd
these little pllla valuable in mnnv ways thai
tney will nol he willing to do without them
tstuta/ternil sick head
?aeof so many lives thai hi
?iVi, IdTTLR l.tVKn Pii.i.?nrfvervsne*.H
<mk v,.,^,.,^. ,.. onooi two pills meJPl
Boain?: ? aro Strictly vegetable and fig
Ekta ,r l ?rge, hu? by their get tie W*JS
H? all ??..,.*, xttiSL tn violsat25cenOT
OwtwSi. si idoverywnsro, or s.-nt t?y ax$
U2BW1H3 CO., Uc? Tc:i.
MARL Emil Sssb, Mira?'
ci j r j*?<va'"is?
SUEOIAL INDUUEMEMia OS
SLIPPERS AND LADIES' SHOES
to,- 80 days. Now is your chance for good
I bargains. h
J. M. CABB,
n No. tt> Main strvot.
One lot of Ladies' White
ed Initial Handkerchiefs; for?
mer price, 5c. Sale price, 2c.
One lot of Ladies" Colored
Border and Mourning Border
former price. LOc. Sale price, 5c.
One lot of Ladies' White Em?
broidered Handkerchiefs; for?
mer price, 12ic. Sah' price.
One lot of Gents'White Hem?
Initial; former price, 12ic. Sale
price, 10c. each.
"Metal Photo Frames I
One lot of Small Photo
Frames, white metal; former
price I5e. Sale price, lie each.
One lot of Cabinet Size
White Metal Photo Frames;
Conner price, 25c. Sale price,
One lot of Cabinet. Size
White .Metal Photo Frames:
former price, 21c. Sale price,
I 5c. each.
One lot of Cabinet Size Photo
Frames, white metal; former
price, 19c. Sale Price, 15c.
204 Main Street.
204 Main Street,
OUK PREPARATORY SALE,
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY,
Jan. 28th, 1895.
This is none of the every day FAKE SALES which are so common in
Norfolk, but a genuine, bona-fide sale of choice and seasonable goods that will
convince the most skeptical that we mean business and do just exactly what we
advertise lo do. Our object in inaugurating ihis sale is to make room tor the im?
mense Spring and Summer stock of'DRY GOODS AND Ift? O T ? O ft3 S ?
which we will open in a few weeks, and which will test the capacity of our store
to its uttermost.
This department will be a special feature of our PRE?
PARATORY SALE. Nothing can be left unsold, as we
will not handle Clothing in our new business, and must sell
absolutely every dollar's worth at some price.
Ginghams, Percales, Outings and Prints,
in light and dark colors, at less that manufacturer's cost of production.
S AfP ff 1PT/r 8 rVQ Don't fail to see the elegant line of LACE
Ltf/AVJU VU1\ 1 /ilHO. CURTAINS, which we display at less than one
half their actual value. All marked in plain figures. ?
E. BR0WNSTE1N & CO.. 126 .Main Street, Norfolk, Va
N. B.? Buttermilk Soap, 15c per box; two boxes for 25c.
We uffor ioiiic of the must ?leatrahts
I'lvtiBtoiftacg uuw on the marital.
liuo Vieet End r?snifcnco. rt7sl'2? feet.
No. 161 Urauby Mtrem.
No. ?S'J i.u . Hi l'.nte etroot.
euemeni rental properties on Churoh,
initb, WMIoughby, .iamati and Ueiloy
V?ch' t lots mi liuntnoro. Itreivor,
rinceas Attna. I'lume. Hlveralde, Wind
or and :??>??? ? time etreuta. an.l l urk.
iVillonabbv, Central aim b Avenues, and
hi an tuore at Lambert'a Point.
Store l'J Union otroot, JlJi, 337 Queen
rt.uiii'Jl Union ptra. t.
Holme 5 ..Mi en street.
Houau on I'lutne street,
Houses on Iterrauda atrnnt.
Wit A am nr?' t
liy Ynrntoutb htro'.'t.
Mdl U Ut lu i.'. ft: bllt.
Ulboei mi i ilt<ei>iuh' apartments on
r.OW of haw imr.r?. 1'. A. RTHtinti ea,
>o. 6 l.oyail h Una.
UiliceH on ground floor, 06 Main BtidOt
tltto i to mut applicant*.
Now lionaa. ltlveraiilei 7 roomi and
?table (3 stalls), tit GO.
iih.iii-i AWAHD8 at
?abst Milwaukee Beer.j^Bs?
ltuttl? ! expi euly tt>t i-uulln-s
m w.7?. BETT7 S HE-In PORTER ? n m.
J. I v. I^ULFORD, Sole
CsySpccIal Delivery for I'riv.ite f .milliea,
CAUT&OfoS. Geo.W.Duval & Co
u poraoua neu oaatiou againat par
. u.^in ; t lepiioue msiruiuuu ? requir?
ing (?aitoi v ior th if opeiikliuii ur un u.;
instruuieut* ot iin- ..i-cr.i-i.on except
uu .ei lii oin? oi the OU.lli. an i.m.i,
I'liLEl'HoM i OMHANV.o Itostou.Maas.
i Iiih compauy owm Lottom I'atent no.
181.60\i.Kraut i io i in io erituor So
vemberivtb IHtfi, for a combine i ti iu
graph and lotnpboii", uu i ooniro* Let
lorn Patent N<>- 174.231 granted to I hon.
A. diaon, Mnv 3d. ltlltt. for a speaking
tolograpn, which patents rov. tt funda?
mental invention! bu.1 etnbraoa ah tor mm
of microohone transmitters and Ol ear*
Norfolk Iron Works.
No, K> Water Street. inia.
cnyiiicb, dui.bis. Sawmill,
ami all klnns Of machiuor.. of Ui? ino^t
unproved pattern*, repairing at
tue aliortost notion, i ai in'Ui.irattemion
to Htoambtiat ?von.. DUVAi/d 1'Ai'KNl.'
uoli.KKTi 1:1.:-. FKHKUlilflHare the only
perfoot remoiiy for many bnilor tuboa.
Thoy can bo Inserted in a few mmutoa by
ny engineer, and are warranted to atop
143 and 145 Church St.
250 Rolls New Matting
20 Rolls Linoleums from
60c. to $1 per yard.
from ?5 to $75.
lrom 25c. to 50a
Buying for cash we can
D. F. DONOVANJ
LQ) 1 B B WMi at ll"
IS ii a a BH EWU "ut i,uln- ,!oo!t p* -
U ta a Qo9 111 ttciilars wjn EKKE
BM. VVOOLUCYT M. 1> utnw, IWVi wuu?
auction s^tES- fdtorh Dtv
Town lead & Joynes, Auctioneers.
pURSI'ANTTO A HEED OF TRLST MA 1>B
I b? W. b. Wilsju ami wtfotO me. os trustee,
lifted Jung 26th, 1894, and r ? orded in do <J
l)o k is7, pages**, i icrk'.soUl-c Norfolk County*
L'ouit, and al reo.u-t of creditor* therein
secured, I Khali ?II at public auction, at Die
K. al I state Exchange, Norfolk, V?.. MON?
DAY. February Isth, at 12 o'rlock in.. Oh fol*
lowing proi.y to-wtt: i,ni' tiF LAN is
with iMPkm KMKNT.ST11KUKON,tltualedl
on i be South nine of Cordon avenue, Harbours
Tille, Norfolk; county, Va., and fromluit tbereoaj
forty fe t, with a depth of I2J feet, said lot of
land being -it .ated Eatt o. lb - Cottage To.*
Bridge. , Phis pVope'ty i> eold suhieit to ss
p lor deed of tru-t for $400, due the Heptaso*
phian (lOISlS. d [liilPliiii; As'octsll n.
TKRMS < A -11. J. W. BARBOUR,
B/ II. 1" Page & Co.. Auottonesrs, No. 1G Baulg
'PBUSTEE'6 PALE OF SEVEN LOTS ON TilBl
ENTEKPR1SE LAND COMPANY'S
PEOPERTY AT AUCTION.
By virtue of n deed of trust, dated theUVk
day of Deceinl er, IBM, aud duly recorded, ana
at the request of the party thrrein secured, de?
fault haviue beeu luaue In the pnviueut of th*
debt, I will >rli nt public auction, on SATUR?
DAY, February tflb.ISV5.at 12 o'elock in., as
tbu Norfolk Itcal i state Ex-hange. 113 Maim
atreet, TnOSESEVEN LOTS Not 149,180, 15?,
152, I6J, 154, 156, on the south ?lde of Ella
atreet, on the plat of the Enterprise Laud i'oin?
paoy, recorded m Norfolk county Clerk's
office III map book No. 2, pauo-."
I I RMS One-third cash; oalauce In nix anil
twelve nionthi with Interest secured by dctxA
ol trust on the propertv.
E. M. BAUM, Trustee.
11. L. PAGE CO.,
ja30-tds Auction* ts.
nit'l'O-AI^ FOR SUPPLIES FOB THB
1 NA\Y YARO, NOKFOI.K, VA., January)
80. ISM, -.-.lied propo als, endorsed prupu?
ss - loi'SU| pile? tor the Navy Yard, .NoifolW,
Vs., to be opeiiid February 1:1th 1896," will b*>
rec I veil si the Buivsit of Blippllei an I Ao
eounts, Navy Department, Wiidilncton, l>. c,
unti 12 o'clock noon, Fehrtis y 11 tu, 1893, anil
publicly oiened iiumedi lely thereafter, t?
in n sli ai the Nnvj -i ard, Norfolk, Va , , minu.
lily of bit., nil-' bruano?, haidware, tools,
m i ils, Iron, p i king, pipe, pi| etili n ? shd di >.
ii i; sn it-, l he articles tu ist ? oi form to the nnv??
standard rn.d prssthe us a! I aval inspection
H auk props als "ill h" furnished upon appli.
OS ou 10 IllC Nh>v P.t< Olliie. Norfolk, V?.
The attention o manufacturers and dealers in
Invitod. Tie bids, nil other tnlrg? benia
e uul. decided ly I t. Th" I'epail.it re?
s'rvos the right o waive defects or to rej e*
anv or nil hids not deemed t d rant aero sic*
thi i n e .r.t EDWIN STEWART, Puv
uss er Oeiieral, I >. N. fe?*su,w,f-2w
it i :? i. i s - a i
A(i i: rst.
W. H. H, Trice & Go.,
2? DANK BTBEET,
RESIDENTES Fine new Houses. Ghent.
, IT'.. Bouah atreet; all modern Improve*
69 Mariner street, llShteldsslrest,
99 Yarmouth street, ?5,..." Wslkc -irons,
2 niro houses, Rrambleton uicuue.
837 l.oi in aveuue.
j? t 'mob"! la d at reel.
I lats?119 llanii btreet.
.US Water atrcut,
inli.i-101 Plume,87 Main strest.
S.iiit" T,' I.udM street, 281 Muiu -liest.
Large slereopnos te Ferry Wharf.
;i Warehouses Tunis' wharf.
189,89.71 Watet street, : Cliui.h stress,
2IW foe what I lor reut < hin I,
i Wan-house? Tu"|a' wharf._
H.G. Hoggard & GoM
Real Estate and
126 MAIN STREET.
PHONIC No. Ti'.l.
FOB REUT?13(1 Willoiighby, :il!nn?
816 willo nbby. till modern convenience*
and cisterns; 192 Pars aveuue, 40 Park
avenue, 7H Highland, 1005 Ihglihiu i ave?
nue. > i Kelly avenue, new bouse on il ;bl>*
nvenuo, 4U Woo i Btreet, . 6 Cliu ol, >.S
Bra wer, "3 Charlotte Btreet, 701 ChapeV,
I and IS Bister ovi mio. H'Jand i.'l I >i.ubu
Full >Al.E? '1 wo houses ou Park ave?
nue four on Willoiighby avenue, two or*.
Cooks avenue, one ou (lihbs iiveuu?.
four "ii Highland three ou Reservoir,
one on Tunslitll, two nil Falkland, live*
I ovitt aven e, one on i lay, ouo oat
(' avenue, HUUterSVillO. and III e lota un
Freemason. Hons i. Dartmouth. ror?
I row, iiarshall. Highland, Park and
Oibbs.also s vr-ral ne e farms well located.
Suitable for ^toi k laisili;;. uraiu or truck
farming, ou easy term-. Cerraspoudenc#
When S'Ji cshh and from 510 to *'Jl) pos
month wiil buy yon a nico home on
either Highland, t'ornrew, Rowland oar
Division nveuuus. For further particu?
lars applv to
EC. L. PAOB <Sc CO.
r-'i.le aucilts, .No. Hi Pauli street.
i ook of Rules.
TAPl It CO..
D3 < oiuinoroc Utt,
?i-furi Duplicate Play.
tk\ Chlebrater*. Ko?ll?h lUaranuil llraad
Orlitilinl und (Inly Uenoloe.
n.ri. .Iw.yi r?H.I?le. ooir? ?? .
?KS ^fMhM Take urn ntlisr. V ^
EtilSMl T.lr n? "MOT. K.r>i??
? . -*/?)?,).,?,.?.?.,, >ul<tlriulosi <n.l imM'i.
I C Jy *' lonun-t". " "??4 ?<?? Is ?Iniui - lui
^ fr f?H.mlliV litretersi Mall
v-r lO.UIIW Teiltnionl. ? VJ". /
Ohlehe.ter I'lii inlcul Co.. MadUun ^""?"j
b.U bj ?II Loo.) nruiiUiP. Plillad. . 1%
160 CHURCH STREET*