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Many Matters of Interest to Ali
AFFAIRS OF THE MILITARY
The Breach Widening in the First
Regiment. General Phillips'
Trial of Parker. Dr.
Bpeoial Dispatch to The Virginian. i
Ki iimoni), Va., February 21.?
Thu roporl of tlio Court of Inquiry
together with Iba itnnoancemeut of
the Governor's action in tin; in ittor,
was . be alniosl boIo topic in military
circles. As bad been anticipated in
tins oorreapoudoue'e, the iujury ro
salted ia nearly n couiploto victory
for tbe ollicera who naked ior it.
Tbe court decided that Col. Jones
unjustly censured the olilcors for
deoidiug Ibnt a certain court-martial
was iMt legally constituted, and re?
fusing to proceed wilb the trial of
an accused. Oov. O'Ferrall disap?
proved this feattiro of iho court's
opiniou, mring ho did not think
any reprimand had boen adminis?
tered. Tbo uuti-Jouesites are oriti
oiaiug the Governor for refusing to
Bp]) t ovo the Ii tilling of tlio court.
Insteadol harmony homg restored
>n the rcginicut tbo breach ia wid
eniug, and ?apt. Uoorgo Wayne
Audorsou, of Company 1', the loader
ol tlio opposition to Col. Jones, has
prepared his roBiguolion. Tbo com t
of inquiry suggested Mint for tbo
fjooil uf Mio Borviou all persona who
liavo had pari in (his trouble should
resign. Several otbora will proba
bly follow Capt.Andoraon's example,
b?t it is not behoved that Col..I ouch
or any of Ins sympathizers will ro
tire, ' The situation is a most inter?
esting oue. Matters have reaohed
(hut point wliero ouo snlu or the
must yield, or one oi tlio factions
will have to ? }uit tlio service, Qeu.
Phillips ia said to be trying to ro
store harmony with poor prospects
of success. The General to day
iasuotl his tirst general orders, Darn?
ing Muj, W, M. Bvsue bb lna udju
!t wan dooided to day to try Parker,
the gold brick man, in Heurino m
Bload ol in Itiobniond, Tbo Grand
Jury ol lleiirico ?onutv Court to?
day indicted tlio alleged swindler
uud he was tranalerred from the
custody of tlio city authorities to
the county jail, A Inj; light is going
to be made to lu-op Parker out of
I'bo celebration next wctik in
honor of tbe llftictb. uuuiversary of
Dr. Iloge'a pastorate will bo quite
an event here, It will commence ou
Wodnosday night with exercises at
Dr. Iloge'a ohurch, ou which oooa
aiou ho wiil tunke a uieniorial ad?
dress, Many oi thu other churches
will dispense with thoir midweek
meetings mi tluit account, Thursday
night :i reception will bo tondered
the popular divine in tho Masonic
Temple, There is gomg to bo a
grout outpouring of people. Tho
veteran organizations aud most of
tbe military will attend iu a body.
On tins occasion a purse of gold will
be presented to Dr. H?ge. At the
oloae oi the aeception a banquet iu
bia honor will bo given.
Judge Wickbuui, of Benrioo
County Court, today sentenced
Morris Hopkins to be banged ou
Wednesday, them] of April, lion
kniH is a young negro and lna orime
is the murdor of .Mr. H, S. Furious
iu June, 1898.
Tho coudition of tho river ia im?
proving nnd it ia likely that the
Pocahontas will ho able to break
her way through thu ice to Norfolk
tomorrow. She trill make tho
effort to do so,
Mr, Mel .leflrea,* wealthy lumber
dealer of l ?stern. North Carolina,
anil Alias Sallie P.nrtmnn, of l'.arton
Heights, were r.iurried hero yester?
day ?ml left on ?? Northern tour.
THE CC/CKADE CITY.
Many Matter-s to Interest Peters
burgc rs in Norfolk.
Special Disipatch to the Virginian.
pBTKltSUUSto, Va., February 21.?
The Hustings Court of Potershurg,
Judge J. M. Mullou presiding,
opened this morning. Tho grand
jury made several presentments for
misdemeanor and ouo or two for fel?
L'he 22d will ho observed iu Pe?
tersburg by tho closing of tbo banks
end a parade of tho Petersburg
Greys, i be company will also have
a bauquot nt uigbt, Tho Lee Hilles,
ul Norfolk, liavo accepted an invita?
tion to tnko part iu tno parade, and
on their arrival hero to-morrow
morning they will bo met at the
depot Dy a detachment from the
There ia nothing new in baseball
circles. Up to this timo only four
player: iiuvo been signed on ilio
Petersburg team. These nru Pen
der, Foreman, Thomas and James.
T'De elub expects to ho fully organ?
ized and ready to play about tho 1st
ot next April.
Messrs. Watson au 1 Dixon, two
English gentlomon who liavo re?
cently made their homo ut Mill
Emitter, Dinwiddie county, hospi?
tably entertained some of their
newly-formed friends iv few evenings
since. Tbe principal amusemonta
were danoing and curds, The music
was furniahed liya string baud from
Petersburg, About midnight au elu
gant collation wua served, alter
wiiioh the merry couples returned
to tlm ilnneiiig hall, where they par?
ticipated iu ihn ploaeurea of the
waltz und quadrille until a )ftto
Another invoice of lamps and
tables and new shades. Chapman u
IN WARWICK COUNTY.
Many Matters of General Impor?
Special Dispatoh to Tbo Virginian.
Newpout News. February 21.?
'I ii.; youog men composing n club
called""Seventy-live'' guvo a delight?
ful dance at tbe Casino last night.
Music was furnished by tho homo
baud. There wcio mnuy visiting
young ladieB present, and altogether
it was a very uico atlair.
Mrs. Trunk Brown und Mrs. Pr.
Mosby, ol tbe Tort, and Miss Smith,
of Williamsburg, were tho guests at
"lunch" yesterday of Mrs. Clmrlea
Brown nt ?ol. Ul?y's.
Messrs, S. S. Arohibald, V. Bnr
oloy, P. T, MaryoandJ. I). Orilliu
have issued very liuiqtie and pretty
invitations to a reception on Mon?
day oveuiug, chuperoued l>y Mrs.
U. E. Parker.
Tho James river is oleor ol ice at
this port, and all boats are leaving
that hove been icebound for days.
Polk Miller was greeted here
Wednesday night by a largo ami ap?
preciative audience, winch was kept
iu a roar of laughter fur more than
an hour, Mr. Miller's banjo and
negro songs can't bo surpassed,
The latest official report irotn the
Custom-house here is that the Istriau
is still unheard from and the aup
position is thut sic is lost.
Several ship e itoretl and cleared
this port yesterday for tho foreign
for outbtdo work, whioh have pre?
vailed for the last two weeks, the
work on the Washington aud Nor
folk steamer has been carried ou
with regularity, and tho framing is
now completed, many of tho bulk
heads pit in and somo of Iho outsuie
plating put on.
The engine and boilers hnvo boon
put on board the tug boat, .Most of
her joiuer has been put in and she
should be ready for her trial in u
Southern Liiiulivr ?Iniiiifn.cturerN
UySoiUhuiu Associated Press
Memphis, February 21.?The
Southern Lumber Manufacturers'
Association elected otHoors to-day
and adopted a report fixing the
Southern measurements uniform
with the .Northern. U. N. Good
lander, of Fort Scott, Kansas, was
ru elected president; J, J. W hite, oi
Missouri, vice-president, and .J. It.
Best, of st, Louis, treasurer. The
session will close this eveuiug.
indicate inactivity ol the
skin. Tboy show that tbe pores are
clogged uud that poisonous refuse
matter has been denied an egress,
Tho accumulation of this mattet
under tho skin shows in red lumps,
blotches uud possibly iu pimples
softens the impeding matter, pen
ntrates tho porea and draws tbe
poison out. All tho time it is sooth
ing tin' inflammation caused by tin
congested state, und finally leaves
tho skin smooth, clear, active nun
healthy, it is absolutely tbe best
and most oilicacious skin medicine
in the world. Its action on the skin
is perfectly in accord with science,
but its curative oflcel is almost
miraculous in its quickness ami
It bus cured innumerable ptnb-j
born eases of pimples, blotches,
ring worm, tetter, eczoma, dandruff,
itch and salt rbenm. It will curi
the worst kind of itching piles.
so cents. DrtiffiriNfaa
rosTi k hi nit im: co.,
FOSTER'S GERMAN ARMY AND NAVY ',
fJATARUH CURE eures catarrh, bay, i
fever, cold in tbu bead and all ie
Ilammation of tho uasal passages 60c, !
? SOLO BY ALL DRUCGISTl. ^?
Sale Will Begin at 9 A.
100 Ladies' Sterling Silver Bell
buckles, engraved initials. Sale price,
75 Ladies' Black Satteen Shirt
Waists, large sleeves. Sale price, 75c
25 Ladies' Black and Black Striped
and Black Polka Dotted, large sleeves,
silk finished satteen shirt waists. Sale
25 Ladies'Navy Blue Striped and
Navy Blue Polka Dotted large sleeves,
silk finished, satteen shirt waists. Sale
price, S1. 19.
Sale Will Begin at S A.
One lot of Dress Makers Cambric,
colors only. Sale price, 4c yard.
One lot of crop bar Leno. white and
gray only. Sale price, 8c yard.
One lot of three yards Velveteen
Skirt Binding, colors only. Sale price,
One lot of Covered Side Steels,
black, white and gray. Sale price, 4c
One lot of Hamburg Edging, white
and white and red. Sale price, ic yard.
204 Main Street,
204 Moin Street.
1L*0 AiAIX STTREJI^T.
Our senior member, Mr. EDWARD BROWN ST EIN, is now in the North?
ern markets, buying Spring Stock, and before our new goods arrive we intend to
sell every dollar's worth ol our present stock that can possibly be moved, and to
this end we have marked our goods at
It is impossible to give an itemized list of the many MOVING PRICES
which we have made on fresh and desirable ?;oods. and will only mention as a sample
OUR LAGE CURTAIN STOCK,
in which we show an elegant line of Fresh and Pretty Stvles at the following
O ? R" $ -. 00 CURTAINS, NOW 9S|OUR$3.35 CURTAINS, NOW $1.6;,
All of the Above Are New and Fresh Goods and Preltiest Patterns.
LVTEIN & CO., 12G Main Street.
N. 15.?$5,000 worth of Men's, Youth's and Children's Clothing that
must be sold before March isi as we will not carry a dollar's worth
of Clothing in our new business.
143 and 145 Church St.
250 Rolls New Matting
20 Rolls Linoleums from
6oc. to $1 per yard.
from $5 to $75.
! lrom 25c. to 50c.
Buying for cash we can
D. F. DONOVAN]
ine CHURCH STREET..
SHARP & GWATHMEY, 96 Main Street,
FOR SALE. I FOR RENT
We offer somu of the most iieiirabte s,01? 10 I'niou street, 3J5, 337 Quoon
investment* now on thu umraet. street.
No. 167 tlranbv eireot. H;.o o 21 l n.ou stro. t.
.No. 222 and 224 Hute street. House ?6 Qtle?n street.
t enement rental prop rtiee on Ohnroh, llonecs on Kerranda street
Smith, wuionu'iii v .:ams? and lioiley [Ionen 271 Lee? Mein Ireet.
streets* I '?? iih? I hi Hoasn street.
Vaonnt Ion on lunmore, Hrewor, ' Hou oAvenue A llnutersrillo.
Princess Auue. Mum-. Riverside, Wind- O/lices and sleeping upartraonU on
sor ami Now Castle streets, and l urk. Qranoy street.
WiHoaRbbr. Central and 11 Avenues, and (low of new honaas P. &. avunua ex
many ruoro at Lambert's Point. ten led,
so. i uoyall s lane.
OtlicOH on Rrmuni floor. 00 Main street
fit to t to -on applicants.
I New houso, ItiveraidOi 7 rooms and
_I Ptiii.ln [3 mails). $12 Ml._
it Does Pay
promptly satisfy a reader that whatever else
he may want, he wants nothing cdse of this
A well written ad, with a definite propo?
sition, in the NORFOLK VIRGINIAN,
never fails to pay.
BY VIRTUE OK A DEED OK TKUSf
ilaicU the Ulli day of February. 1895, iron*
W. V Alun, Individually, and trading ua W,
F. Allen .v Co., ti Ii?, iis traateea, we hare
i ak-ii possession of Of stock of goads contained
In Nos. 97 and 99 Water street, Norfolk, Va.?
and ? be book accounts and other fviuViu c* ol
Indebtrdneai due to said W. 1". Allen ,v Co.,
and nil other property owvoyedin -ni<i iir-v.L
Alt peraona claims n?nin?l the wjI<*
firm or agalpst W. I". Allen, ?in presoul them
to u. duly veritled,and h11 persons Indebted t?
bltu will ruak'e pay mo it to us or to our ngen'S
at sai.t store .\s soon ns possible an luven?
lorr of the asicts will bo innde,and then ?a
will Ii?gini to mmish mir Information In Aus?
possession to I he creditors of the firm. Kir t ..,
pr sent are will continue ti sill the Roods its
said stores In the usual coun ,ii business.
J. II. LOWENRURG,
THOMAS IL WILLCOX,
BE*I, i.M .\ rc; At.t;Ms,
JONH A. LESNER?
Real Estate and Rental Agenb
635 1-2 Church St., Extended.
Noxt tu Lesuer's Park, Norfolk, Va.
Close coUo tinns und prompt roturn?.
Real oatato for f;Uo on instulmont phut.
i ill 81a 11 s?G VW UU19
Real Iistate Brokers,
2'J DANK STREET, PHONE 503.
RESIDENCES it new Houses. Ghent.
it;;, 17... Itoush ?tixet; all modern Improve*
122 Bute street, all lihproronion s.
to mi 1 CS Mariner street. 11 Shields street,
99 Yarmouth street, 33, 7 Walke street,
?_? nice houses, firambteton avenue.
i;;i< Lovitt avenue
SI Bermuda Mrecl.
?-'."i 1 rumb 1 land street, 72 Mariner at ret.
Finis-110 Bank .-tro t.
;;i^ Water street.
< itlii-rs?87 Main stre t.
Stores- 77 Hani; street, 2SI Main street.
Large store nonosite Kerry Wharf,
it OBIS 14 i ll ' -"> llsddiBBl ui R.llidlllg.
:i Warehouses Tunis' wharf.
I3U,( '.71 Wati 1 street,a.12 Church street.
200 fool wharl for rent eheao.
4 w arehousc 'I iiMa' wharf,
H. 0? Noggaro & Co.,
Real Estate and
I2G MAIN STREET.
i HONE No. 740.
FOR RENT 73 Highland, 81 Kelly, 49
Wood. 73 Charlotte itfj chapel. ? ? . 0.%
island " lliglilnu'.l, 0 mid 13 Baxter?
120 Wlllougkby, 1.1 and 120 1 ?? iuudfl)
?no', eiant riioi a, $10 per month; 114
Brewer, PS Chapel,
Foil I*ALE?N 0 lin '.ie on Willoughb?,
two ou Park, one on Gibbs tour on Higii?
land, three on Reservoir, one on Tun?
Stull, two im Falkland, 1 wo 011 1 ovit*,
one "ii (..'lay. Met lots on Free 111 asoin
Douah, Dartmouth. Cor pr 6 w, Marshall,
Highland, Park , tin 1 nnd Gibbs n!s.?
h vi ral nii'o farms f.ir stock, graiu ot
trucking, on easy terms.
Why Pay Rent ?
When 52") eaah and from (10 to 720 p??
month vc 111 bnv you a nioe home oat
either Highland. Corprew. Rowland us
Division avenues. For lurther purtioa
lara applr to
H. l. paor & co;
fc'ole agents, No. Hi Dank street.
FULL SET OF TEETri\
S7?NEW PATENT PRDCESS-Sf
In order to introduce ray Patent RlmTcatsj
1 ?III inn 11 Iben rbi ?7 i>-1 set "n'il A| rll too
1st, beglunihij February 1 ti - - IKUi.
DR. W, E. DORSET;
No. 2.1 Rink -11 eel, one square lr?ui Main at;
RH lIMO.NMi Ol I'll H No. 102 N. Scvcnthsl
TEETH EXTRACTED WITIIOl 1 PAIN.
Dr W. E. Dorset,
Hear Sir?It gives me pleasura hi te>tlfrin|
lo the value of your Rim Teelli. Art er I i.mol
to col nSthv one of our prominent dentl is
with tu?-1,. I sty:.- p sti a I res ?? ed lo try youf
1 patent rim, and It gives entire ?a Infliction.
Respectfully, .1. I . STASSBURi .
n,,. ; I", t play street, Richmond, Va,
Dr. W. K. Corset,
Dear Sir -I, take p'e istiro in laying to roa
an 1 tio- 1 iblli at large thii Ihe I'aleut Run
Teeth mm 1 ? 1 >.I ? i.>r no are all they arc claim*
? d 16 no. and do ??>t hesRat' lb reco'iiniebis
them. I'l-rmlt mi lossy ilist the invention is
a wonder 01 ihe age. Yon can refer anyone la
me who may mint artificial teeth,
Rcsiioct fully yotir.i.
OHO, N"i rlNOHAM,
of R. O. Nottingham .V t o.;23 Charlotte ?trva?,
Norfolk, Va. _..
HHEClAL INDU0EMEN18 ON
SLIPPERS AND LADIES' SHOES
for Jio days. Now ia yom chance for cjood
.1. M. OARR.
Nc. stl Mam street,
I Tanner's Creek Tax-Payers.
l wi l have the tux l ooks for Tailnot's
1 Crook .11 .1. A. sv sou A 1 ? ? ? Shoo Htora.
No 12 Rank street. Norfolk, >a., emu
SATI RDAi fro ,1 !l O'clock 10 5 p. m.,
hogiuning the 10th Inata t, n doontinu*
in? till the Rooli- are roturnod to reeoi 9
the tnxos or IHOt l hI'hII I-' c?inpellocl
enforce eollnetlons. ami ?H persons ar*
requested to call and Bettle what laxe?
they still owe, ami thereby save the
co'ts of levy and other 1 uu BSO'. ,.
WILLIS HIT MINO*.
Deputy Treason r for Norfolk county.
SAM W. SMALL,
ATTORNEY AT l_/\W,
No. 8 Hu t. Si ill i t,
NORFOLK, - ? - VIRGINIA.
Mr. Small will praitico in tho Coiiftl
1 gr ibo ritato and 01 tl.o Unitud ?tates.