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The Virginian's Daily Hints
Bill of* Fare
Saturday, 23d of February.
Til ool one ilny nor a noble deed
i but makes a tile th:il II noble ?iut pr.in.I,
Hut tii<' little thing! thai it patient** lakes
To do, sud i" lv, and lo uudsrstaiid.
BF5EAKFAST. Oatmeal :i*rl Cream.
DuiMige Cakoi, Urn am Minims. Ilread, Po?
lato * Apple Saue. Glngir Suaps. Coffe.
DI IM IM ER. Itoast Beef, Sweet Potatoes,
Canned .-trine l(r:ius. Celery. Cacuiuber
pickle*. White?n?> Urahatu Breal. Cottage
SUPPER. I.lghl l!oll<. Cold Meal.
Canucd Berne?. Oatmeal Craekers. Jelly.
One cap of grated abette, one aud one-half
?ui>- Boar, lienplug tabletpoonful batter, sail
lo laste. Mix with milk or eream lulu a Una
dough, Bob oul like plo crual, cut in xiiii<s
mid toll round, about the size 01 a lead pencil.
When baked, cross the s ick.- ou a plate, plg-peu
Matters Considered at the Ses?
CASE OF OFFICER FENTRESS
Courlcsy of Officers on Duty. Mat
tec of Bait. Crowds in Front of
the Academy ol Music. The
West End Hall Thieves.
The Hoard of Polico Commission
ers met in regular si-ssion yesterday
afternoon at 5 o'clock, thero being
prcseut Muyor Pettit and Commis?
sioners Boltou and Verdier anil Offi?
cer FeutrefiB, Cnief liehmau, Judge
Willoox, Mr. W. 13. Burton and
Justice Burroughs wore also present
Justice Burroughs presented to
the hoard his views upon the builiuu
of drunks from the station house.
He sind that he thought some officer
should he clothed with the authority
to relcaso Mundil drunks when col?
lateral is furnished, as tho Justice's
loo of SI was something of a hard?
ship to a poor mau, aud ho would
olotho tho captains with power to
The ease of Officer Foutress was
then taken up, charges having been
preferred against him for failing to
assist Mr. Burton, a special officer ol
the Society for tho l'reveutiou of
Cruelty to Animals in making au ur
Mr. Burton ytuted that he arrested
c man lor cruelty to a horse aud
Judge YVillcox came out and desired
to see the warrant, and upon being
ltilormed that then1 was none he told
the man lo "skip," whereupon Mr.
Barton called for assistance and Of
lieer Feutrot-s responded hut refused
Justice Burroughs staled that the
case was heforo him and ou the
evidence presented he dismissed the
Judge Willeox said that Officer
Feuiress did Ins duty aud that off!
oer made a statement. He sind that
Mr. Barton had asked him to make
the urrest and nut lor assistance,and
that he wore no insignia of office.
The charges were dismissed by the
Commissioners ou the ground thai
Mr. Barton was unknown to Officer
Mr. Verdier moved that the force
be instructed to discontinue attend
anoe upon urriviug and departing
boats and trains, visiting wharves
and liepots only in patrolling their
Mr. Verdier called attention to
the erowiis congregating iu front ol
the Academy of Music at the (dose
of the performances. Tlio Chiei
was instructed to break up these
Mayor Pettit called attention to
tho brusque manucr iu winch some
of the officers performed their dutv,
and the Chief was instructed to im
press upon tlio men tho observance
Mr. Ceo. Melntosh appeared and
requested special police protection
for \\ eat Kuti, in order to break up
tlio hull thieves who infest that lo
eality. The foreu was instructed to
keep a sharp lookout for these pur?
Tuesday, February 'itltb, will be a
special day to ni\a every ouo a
chance to get tho newest and prut
tiest styles of photographs over
made. Notice tlio price of newest
st.vles: ! eiil) nets, ull styles, SI
per dozen. 8 1 cabinets, best Uu sh,
31.50 per do'/eu; $6 cabinets, mau*
tellios, $2.50 per dozen; ?6 mantel
lios, aristo platiuo, 3ft per dozen; !
small maniellios, SI,50 per dozen;
$2 card uiantollios, SI per dozen.
?1.50 petit mautelllos, 75o. ,Crayons
and pastells hh on all special day*.
Remember only ouo day, Tuesday,
February -j'.'iih. B. ?, Campbell, 172
Alain street, 3t
New, beautiful and useful novel?
ties for birthday aud other gilts.
Diamonds aud watches can be found
In greater variety ut Frank H.Galo's
than elsewhere. 162 Maiu street.
Itouurli Itlce wanted.\
Five thousand bushels highest
anarket price. If. E. Owen,)275,
377, 270 VVtaer street. \
Nickel Lever Watch, St. Resatr<
ioR a specially. Brown & Vfolf,
jewelers, aucesksors to S. B. Suiith,
11 Bauk sir, o*._ A
&apB aud gloves at Oliver's,
The Idaho Lost Off" Hatteras. A
Barge Washed Ashore.
Several days ago the tog L?cken
hack left Norfolk for Jacksonville,
I' Iij., with the steamer Idaho iu tow.
The Idaho was lost off Hatteras in
the reeeut storm. Tho L?ckenbaoh
took the crew off the siukiug steam?
er aud landed thorn ot Mayport,
Fla., from which plu.ee they wont to
Au unknown lighter washed aBhoro
at Wush Wood?, N. C, at daylight
yesterday and wont to pieces, in
tho bottom of tho lighter was found
a stove nnd it bill headoit "J. J.
(.'upland, Hampton, Va;" nlao one
Spriugneld rule und two shotguns.
The steamers Northampton aud
Aceomack wont out yesterday for
tho first timo since tho freeze. The
stoamors Luray nnd Enola uro also
[ ou their routes, Tlio steamer Isle
of Wight, which went to Smitbtield
on the I'Jib, could uot return on uo
coutit of thu ice.
Tho steamer Pooabontai failed to
get through tho ico in .lames river
on her proposed resumption of
travel between Richmond and Nor?
folk. .Shu has been at tho former
eity since tho freeze began.
Tho Merritt Wrecking Compnuy
will make another attempt to suvo
the steamer I..I. Merritt,which went
ashore off tho Kill Devil Hill, N. <J.
Cu.pt. W. 8. Tooker, of Norfolk, haB
boon soleoted to do tho work. Ho
left hero last evening ou the steamer
Wm. Coly. Tho Merritt is tho
largest tug owned by the company.
Notice is given that, on February
IS, 1895, the light-house, in ten foot
of water, on tho upper end of Old
Plantation Flats, F, side of Chesa?
peake liay, was canted up by tho
ico. Tho light auit fog Bignal havo
therctore been discontinued.
MONEY FOR INSPECTORS.
The Increase of Work in the Dis?
trict Gives Increased Pay.
Capt. W. V. Johnson, Inspector
of Hulls aud Mr. .lames W. Nichol?
son, Inspector of Boilers wero hap?
py yesterduy. Au uct has just pass?
ed Congress, which takesetl'oet trom
.Inly 1st, 189-1, increasing the pa}- of
these gentlemen fifty per cent. Tho
inspector's? salary will in the future
be $1,800 per year. Maj. Millignu
will ?et $101) back pay and Mr. P.
O'riiillivau 8250. As tho inspectors
of this flint riot for the year
reached 190, they can reasonably
look for another increase. 200 vessels
will get them S2,btlU each. The in
Bpeetors have boon getting actual
expenses, hereafter they will bo al?
lowed eight cents per niilo for trav?
The ciiso of F. .v J. .lauobs, pawn?
brokers on Church street, ohurgod
with receiving u stolen watch aud
withholding it from thu police, was
called in tho Police Court yester?
day. The accused wero represent?
ed by Mr. 11. L. Luwonhurg. Tho
Justiuo discharged F, Jaooos and
scut .1. Jacobs on to tho grand
Ernest Wilson, colored, suspected
of breaking into Sory's gun store
some time ago, was committed for
ten days for further examination,
A, Vadalia, ohargod with keeping
his plaeo of busiuess open ou Suu
day and allowing gambling, wue
sent on to the grand jury.
The City Councils have under con?
sideration a proposition to clottn the
streets by contract, which it is
thought will ho adopted, especially
especially us Mr. Frank Dousch, of
the Street Board, is reported to
have informed the committee ap?
pointed to inquire into the matter
that sevoral thousand dollars will be
saved Hiiunally. When this ohnnge
is made tho Street Iuspector will
have little to do.
i lie Kei aiean of tin- Arch
In the odi?co of health is vigor, which
lueoiH not merely in a. i ar energy, but
ait active discharge of tue various funo
tious of thu hod., suell as digestion.
Koorottou of the hi e. ti.o a tioii oi Iii?
l uwol , the oirculatii n of the blood.
Nothing more actively ami thoroughly
contributes to the united performance
of tlie>o functions Ih.iu thu reuo Ued
tonic and r gu ator. Hosteller's stoinu b
hitters. Jim result oi it? n~e i* a speedy
gain in strength, together witn tho
iigreeublo cousotoiisues* thai the tenure
of lue is being -treu iheiiod tuat one is
laying up a store of vltdity agaiust tho
uuvoiuable ranglita which old nuo
m.iki s .noa the system. The fortify! .g
influonee of the ittera constitute it a
reliable afogard against malaria?rhen
inatUtti an l . Idnev trouble. Ap etite
an.I sleep im io o taro ..u u< uso, and
it protects lie- system ironi the effects of
cold und dump.
Just received a large line of walk?
ing canes, silver mounted (crook6>,
from 81.25 up. Chapman .V Jako
Now lino of bridal presents, the
best linn of sterling silver we ever
had, New Watt-rbuiry wntehes for
5'J.?O. Chapman & Jakeman.
O. W. O. rlardmau, Sheriff of Ty?
ler county, W. \'a., appreciates n
good thing and does not hesitate to
say so. Uo was almost prostrated
with a cold when ho procured a bot?
tle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem?
edy. He says: "It gave me prompt
relief. I find it to tie an invaluable
remedy for coughs nnd oolds." Fur
kale by all druggists.
At It A tnin and taniti,
Mac is opening uuothcr Dairy
Lunch Loom ut liij Mum street,
Watchers aftor genuine bargains
in good wntehes arc invited to call
at "Tho Casket," where specially
low prices prevail for the next thir?
ty dayB, Watches from $2.50 to
most auy price, Watches repaired
Iby best skilled workmen in tins
oountry, lou will be euro to get
The Blues Will Fire a Salute at
THE TRIP TO NEW ORLEANS.
How the Day Will Be Observed In
Norfolk. Public Offices Clos?
ed. Display of Bunting.
Blues' Anniversary. Old
?ou. Georgo Washington was
horn ut Bridges Creek, Westmore?
land county, Va., Pobruary 2'2,
1782. Ho wan desoondod irom a
family distinguished fur its respect
ability aud virtue. At the ago of 1?
years he lost hie father; was edu?
cated in Eugliih literature and tho
goueral principles of soionco hy u
private tutor; adopted the prides
siou of a surveyor; when 19 years of
age was appointed mi adjutant, with
tho rank of major; in 1858
a colonel. He frequently served
in the Legislature; was a
delogato to tho Constitutional Con
gross in 1771; was commander iu
chief of tho Provincial troops in tho
I (evolution. Ho wob elected Presi?
dent of the United States, and after
having served out his second term
retired to private lifo in 1798, loved
ns no othor man by bis couutry.
Gen. Washington died at Mount
Vernon, Va., after a short illness of
quinsy sore thront, Decombor 1 Ith,
1799. His home is to lovers of lib?
erty a kiud of Mecoa, aud, as tho
Father of His Country, his memory
will bo venerated as long as tho Ko
There will bo no demonstration
to day iu honor of his birth. The
public oilicos and bunks will be
closed. Ummern will limit from
public buildings and tho steamers in
Tho Norfolk Art llory Blues will
nt autiriso Uro tho national salute
Irom tho Now York, Philadelphia
aud Norfolk wharf, twenty-one guns
which will bo continued to sixty
seven guns, tho anniversary salute
of the battery.
This grand old company has a
history of which they may well bo
proud. Organized in 1828 under
Capt. Miles King, fought through
tho war with much distinction, aud
after tho smoke of buttle had passed
away, was ro-orgauized by Capt,
VV. E. Taylor.
The Blues have had many delight?
ful trips ami they confidently expect
that their visit to New Orleans will
bo one oi tlio moBt pleasant. Tho
company will leave the armory to?
night at LO o'clock iu command of
Capt. M. C. Keeling, tilty strong.
I'hoir train will leave the Seaboard
Air Lino depot at 11 o'clock. They
have a special car handsomely deco?
rated. Tho company expects to ar?
rive in New Orleans Sunday morn
ing at 7::;."? o'clock, They will bo
received by tho Washington Artil?
lery, uuder command of Cunt. J. 13,
Kichardsou, und will take part iu
the grand military parade ou Mon?
LEE RIFLES' TMP
The Loo Hilles, Capt. Higgins,
will leave hero this morning at f:40
o'olook over the Norfolk aud West?
ern railroad for Petersburg. They
will he tho guest of the Petersburg
Ureye. The Norfolk boys will Do
in the parade there iu honor of
(ion. Washington's birthday and
will be tendered a banquet at night.
1 hey will return to Norfolk Satur
ilay morning at 8:30. Capt. Higgins
expects to carry Unity men.
Mr. W. E. Mingea, of BoanoUe, is
at the St. .lames.
Mr. B. A. Newland, of Atlanta, is
Mr. Prank Kitnbull, of Chicago, is
ut tho Atlautic,
Mr. H. W. Puuntleroy, of Balti?
more, is in tho city.
.Mr. W. B, Morgan, of Atlanta, is
Mr. R. M. Mitchell, of Boston, ar?
rived hero yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. H. Trice and
Miss Louise Trice left last evening
for Now Orloaus toutteud tho Murdi
l!ov. C, N, Donaldson, pastor
Hello Avenue Baptist Church, At?
lanta, (in., is in tiio city.
Dr. Perry, of Old Point, was iu
the city yesterday and paid Tue
Vjiuuma.n u vibit.
Mr. Charles E, Johnson, of Ba
leigh, N. C, visited tho Cuttou Lx
Kirmess,? This delightful attrac?
tion will be repeated at tho Acad?
emy to morrow afternoon for tho
beuelit ot the Ketreat lor the Sick,
aud it is to bo hoped that thu atten?
dance will be large, us it deserves to
have all it can got. Let all go who
can aud thus contribute to n good
AlANTKIiTi IN "MoxnARS."?It was
a styJit.li audience winch greeted
Bobert Moutoll at (ho Academy of
Music last night and called him be
foru the curtain at the end of each
act. Mr. Mautoll appeared as Mon
bars iu the romantic play of that
name, and ho wua ably supported by
Miss Charlotte Behren? and a thor?
oughly competent company, Those
who failed to attend lust night miss?
ed one of tho biggest treats of the
season in the theatrical lino,
t uiieral ol jtiiaa Mars (tret .May
Tho funpral of Miss Margaret May
Dixon, who died at the reaideuco of
her uncle, Mr. John Williams, No.
510 Church street, Tuesday night,
aged 1* years, took place yesterday
morning at 111 o'clock from tho resi?
dence. Tho bnriul was iu Princess
"IS IT GOLD?"
A Pretty Picture, the Work of a
A vory pretty and well executed
oil painting, hsudsoruely niuunted,
is ou exhibition iu a window of Um
Btadter's store on Main street. It is
a tale uf poverty?a little streot
sweeper who ban found a piece of
money and iu examining it to learn
its value. Tbe picture is tho work
of a Southern nrtist, Miss Louisa
Williams, of AngUBta, (Ja., who by
her brush is providing for her of
lioted father and family. Her father
is a disabled Confederate veteran.
MIes Mayme Williams, a Bister of
the artist, is in Norfolk to disposo of
the protty picture.
Miss Williams is a refined South?
ern girl and is highly endorsed by
Gon. John B. Gordon, Senator Jno,
W. Daniel, Gnv. Jones, of Alabama;
Gov. Northern, of Georgia; Gov.
Tillmau, of South Carolina, and
Senator Patrick Welsh, who com?
mend her to the public. She will
bo in tho city for several days and
asks tho Norfolk people to consider
tho pioturo she has for sale.
Uv Southern Asaociato l Treaa.
Washington, February 21,?The
cruisers San Francisco aud Chicago
parted compauy at Algiers yester
day, the former flying Admiral
Kirkheud's pennant. Bailing for
Alexandria, and tho Chicago leaving
for Gibraltar ou ber way to New
York, whero sho will go out of com?
mission und undergo extended re?
pairs, including thu installation of
now engines and boiler?, Tho San
Francisco as tho flagship will cruise
as far as the BosphortiB whero sho
may bo joined by tho cruisor Mar
The Banger arrived nt Bucna Ven
tura, Colombia, yesterday! Her
commander, ('apt. Watson, makes
no mention in his cablegram of the
stufe of uffairs there, und it is pre?
sumed that tho revolution has sub?
sided. The Machias will leave Sin
gaporo on Sunday for Iloug Kong.
i lie pi Idnifrhi Cr?
Will be tho subject of Evangelist
Stewart's address Sunday afternoon
iu Masonic Ball. He invites all to
come and hear the-good news of the
coming of the Lord. It
Nusbaums have been authorized
by the New York Herald to receive
and forward advertisements for
them at their published rates,
Mre. Emily Thorno, who resides
at Toledo, Washington, says she has
novor been able to procure any
medicine for rheumatism that re?
lieves tho pain bo quickly and
effectually as Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, and that she has ulso used it
for lama buck with great success.
For aale by all druggists.
Several cars eu route; most be
sold; also some ou track hero, H
E, Owens, 275 Water street,
FOItEMAN?AI st. Vincent's Hospit.il,
Norfolk city, Wednesday. Pel ruary sttfth,
Ml I. ks FOREMAN, aged 43 years, a mem?
ber of Koscuo Lodge No. 4, K. of P., of
1 nneral at North Street A.M. E. Olmr h.
Porttiutoudi, rills (Friday) AFTEU
NOON at 1 o clock
Meiuhor-i of I rien Iship Lodge No. :i,
an l 1'ythiaa Lodge No. 2t. of "Norfolk
city, are ospceially invlt d to attend.
KLEIN?AI tho residence of her hus?
band, No. ail! Lincoln idreet. l'or:a
moiith. Va., at 7:20 ?. iii., ANNA, wi o of
Atg.istus Klein, in the BStll >car of her
funeral from tho residence THIS
(Frida v) AFTEltNO <N at a o'clock.
1 rientls and aoquaiuiauces are Invited to
THE COUPBR HAHBLE WORKS
111. 113 ft 115Bar.lt Street,
LARGE STUUri UF FINISHED
MoDomeou and limestones
heady for immediate dolivory
REHDY FG? INSPECT!!,
IN'ALL COLORS. LATEST SHAPES.
1 OWKST PltlOES.
Walter J. Simmons & Co..
_F" MAN UTK RET._
Manulacturers ol Hi Grade r eol Feniiizers
FOR ALL CROPS.
Tho vory cln loost o:' materials nied In
the preoaration of goods, The largest
I u .at'rets in th world, and roducerj
of tho vory h oi of ertf i o. ingrediouts.
I. W. BIDGOOD,
PHONE 073-3 fo21-2w
wu'l hek kkpubt,
t or.? Mi (or TO-dliT.
C tiunwrrni, It <".. February 22. 1S:)5.
I I For Virginia: Fair: cooler; north-1
[vrcsl wi ?-.dmiinituiiux.
I f?IH I I or N rtIi Carolina: i air, piobaldy
Isltrht'y cooler In ? xtreme wert por- ]
1 'ttoni; noith lo northwest winds.
Miniatcrk ALMANAC?Sun rlies, <1:I2; situ
Sti,8:48. Illali water, 7:49 and S:.'Ua. in.; low
water, 1:02 and 2:38 p. in.
Local .?l<-,t<-orolo?rica,l liulu.
roB 24 nouns BSDixa fl o'olooc bin
D.8. i)Fr,\u i'Mr.s r OF aob1oui.t0bb, 1
Wkatheb Bobkac. \
Local Uflloe. Dodson liaildine. f
Norfolk Va., Fobruary 21, IU95. j
filaxiinnm temperature. G2 I
Minimnm temperature.. 29 J
Normal temperature deduced from
20 years' observation. 44
Departure from normal.? 4
I Accumulated departures (or tbe
month. ? 813
I Accumulated departnree since
J?u. let. ? 319
Precipitation, in inches. t.
I Total preoipuatiousiuoo let of ttio
j. j. Quat. Observer.
Aro you all tired out'' Do rou have
i that tired u< liug or sick headache ? loa
I can be relievod of all those i-y taking
I llood'a SarBaparilln.
If you fool weak aud badly, take j
P. P. P? and you will regain your
Hash and strength.
POLAND WATE R
IGELEBHATED HOT OSIY FOR ITS GREAT MEDICAL I
\/\ Delicious Table Water.
RMonienileii ond ordered by Lending Physicians.
TarrelB, 40 gnllous, . - - $8 00
1 ?'23 '? - - - 6 UO
6 gallons water, - - ? ? 1 75
1 gallon water. 40
I Caso 24 half gallon bottles (natural) 7 01)
JOHN VERMILLION, Ag't.,
I Granby Street,near Wain Street,
INI O F? FOLK, VA._
SPRATLEY - BROS.'
ONE PRICE HOUSE,
;to close out the entire line.
$4.cjS Quality, Now $3.19
5.89 " " 3.69
0.68 " " 4.39
25 Polls and Fixtures, 15
in OHERBY and oak.
$3-75 Quality, Now, $2.3
500 " " 3.3
Our Motto-Low Prices.
8S Main Htrcot, L'uJor Aeadomy o:' Musia
The Midnight Cry 1
Free Lecture by Evangelist
3:30 o'clock. All Christian people we!?
REV. JOB- M. BEATON, pastor of the.
First Unitarian Ohnroh. Hiehmond, ^a.,
will p en h ut Masonic Temple, SL'NDAs
EVENING. February 'J4tit. 1SU5. ut *
o'clock. Kv-ry otte interested in tho
liberal tbeolo^v is cotd.nllv invited.
bar liefe ?
Children's Sizes, S to io?.
Misses' Sizes, 11 to 2.
Ladies' Sizes, 2.1 to 7.
Ladies' Storm Rubbers to
fit Heel and Spring Heel
Shoes, best quality
Rubber, at 44c.
Ladies' and Misses' Rubbers
T \ IS-OU TiON NOT!UK.?THE PIlC
I f of G ASK INS A WF.ST is dissolved bf
mutual consent,T. I> On^kius r\itb Ii ?<w
in^. W. O. West will coutmue the busN
neis nud'suttlc ?11 claims for or against
w. a WEST,
fol j-lut T. D. OASK1NA
John T, Howard,
MANAGER GLOBE STOVE COMPANY,
is REMOVING from Market square to the
STORE CORNER BANK ST., AND CITY HALL AVE,
They are has exponsivo and cause l< aa trouble an I worry than anv DI y !?
1'iii't. Nearly 600 aold during ihu pasttbro< y nr. Soto oxoelleut condition of
Humbler* used for tbr.o toaaon. Tucy arc built to stand; wOigbW, U tj 25 pouu i-'t
tllJU lor any style.
THH .s"M.niN<I BICVCI fi
Will run easier, const further, win more races, hold moro re rda in 93 Ihnv
any Other rank llioyel ?. Wiitoh lb m.
Voti.ol course, realize w areproaprol t> loo. out fror customora. c.;?e
for their wheels ami sec thai guuraut c id mau i gojd when re [uirod.
Is Made from Fine Ripe Old Sun Cured Tobacco,
Sun Cured Leaf, grown in the counties around Richmond,
Va., makes the choicest, sweetest, most lasting chew on earth.
WWi I PK m THIS?CflEffl p?I!
X. C. WILLIAMS. & CO.,.BICHMOND, VA