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A Peerless Liniment.
As a pain dcs'roycr and cure for"
rheumatism; Salvation Oil is tlie peer
of all liniments. Mr. Wm. IT. Jjrowu,
proprietor of Stricbiiiger House, Cleve?
land, O., writes: "I Buflcrcd?'from
rheumatism for twelve years nnd my.
last attack kept mo in bed, unable to
walk. 1 used Salvation Oil and soon
was up and about. As a pain de?
stroyer this liniment has no equal."
Salvation Oil is sold everywhere for
cents. Try it and bo convinced.
Cannon's Pharmacy, 420 liuto street.
Alfred T West. 210 Main street,
ltol?t. Pi Holums & Co., 7S Main street,
Helstand's Atlantic City Drug Store.
A coon BUSINESS CIT^tNCE?^OOO to
JH.000. wanted to increase output protlta
. blc manufacturing business in Norfolk.
Person having ea|)ilal will lliul now an
Unusual Opportunity. Address PROFIT
. ABl;IS BUSINESS, care VTrglhlun.
WANTED? TO buy small property or
farm contiguous to water; only moder?
ate terms entertained. Address, with
full particulars, liKOIUll-l S.MIITII. care
of Virginian. fel-lit*
WANTED?Saleslady; .experienced in fit*
Bug cloves. -None lint those who can
furnish llrst class reference heed apply.
Sta'e experience and salary wunted. Ad?
dress P. O. Box, SM?. JanlSS-tf
WANTKH.?Operator on sewTtut maelilne I
and S boys, over 17 years old, to make
Kites. Call Monday betw.n !? and 11
O'clock. SOUTHERN NOVELTY CO.,
!> Fayetto street. Ja30-t(
SALESMEN FOR JCJG?RS: 5125 A
month and expenses: old firm; experi?
ence unnecessary; Inducements to custo?
mers. C .C. BISHOP & CO., St. Louis.
CHALDEAN M Y8TICS.?Dr. Vorghle and
daughter, specialists on Female Com
plaints, sltiii diseases and baldness, ea
larrh, etc. Clairvoyant treatment free
31 Grunby street. fet-tji '
Ml.i KS SI SIN" HOURS;
- Church st.,
Norfolk, vu. no23-ly
'J 'S '! ^"v?R CHEl KS SI six
? *& r^P^su CURE8 IN DJ
t*P> I IVtiSlre Drue stote 1S.I el
L*V'iH*&- Private sanitarium
?' IhkIi repute. Veg
Kabl. compound for
7. male eoniplainls,
$100. Lilly White
Regulative Pills. |2.
iVives without chil?
dren consult me.
1G08 E. Baltimore St..
B atjiksi Chiches'cr's English Fcnnyroyal Pill)
R? ' DlamMl I Prr
ENGINE AND POILEB FOR. SALE.?All
excellent ten horse engine and a twen?
ty horse boiler Kir sale at low ligures.
Apply at VII?! IN I AN OFFICE.
'?BOARD TWO flnglo rooms for gentler
men. with l entil, can I"- had near the
Iviisincsii centre of the city at reasona?
ble term* by addressing CENTRAL;
Virginian of dec.
MAN AND WIFE, or a .'rtung man, can
obtain hoard iii private f.iml'y, with use
of bath. In western par- o'( eitv, tefcr
encc exchanged. Address "V." caro of
a MONEY READY,
|] Quick Loans on Household
Furniture While in Use.
Mortgages and other Securities.
Liberal advhllveS fa salaries, rCIUS,
nlinuities, estate and permanent in?
comes. Interviews strictly private
i.nd nil transactions rigidly conll
1 NORFOLK A.ORTG AGE
B LOAN COMPANY.
\V. It. HOFHEIMER
New No. KB .Main street. Moritz B
f.iee building, suite i- and C. M
FIU'M) SIX SHUTS.
Junes Emptied His iRevbiver at Fhin*
uigaii, BL'it Didn't Hit Ilim.
S'ix :'a is were llred in rapid Succes*
sli-n on Avon sir-set about 8:110 uVclock
lasit hlgivt. Tiia :poH<:e bawtened to Ihe
Sjj?t and found 'that Sam .Lues, eolor
vd, ihad emptied his revolver ill Wllliani
Flaniilgan; ?.um d lored, vyhih ehelat'lor
was standing on the corner of Avon
wireel and Wlllianhson'-S lane. Joins'!
nlni wips bad and his intended victim
escji pi d unscathed.
The disturber of the peace and his
?tili siinoking artillery wer .taken In
itciw mid locked up at cite Station lions. ,
?llr P irmer In a cell ?.n<1 the I ait er in a.
safe. OHlccr \,Ve?t made the arrest.
A LITTLE 1 !.l" N A W A Y FOUND.
I At tie "Bully" lliickman, a 10-year-old
iv-ws'".' iy. wtho litis 1> en absen't since
lilie -"i.'ii of January, was found Ian!
nigtlit by Wie police. IL' wa i mi ugly
S'ti.nved away rii>' tird the big tilg Luek
?? ii.lnich. it the' Norfolk and Western
elevaitor pier, ,
A LOP INC Fi ?R LU ETGERT.
(Phicago. I'M-. 2.--A??Ittorney .T, E l\e
hoc began the argument for the de
fe.nse in th ? Lti-igerl i'.i-ial to-day. He
argued e/hicily* upon iii ? law asipevsl ?<(
i;he ease. Ills argilmeni ccnsumifd ithe
en'lirc ise?s!oh of court and he w.'.ii re?
quire ail 11 :i -?; t wo hiaurs ib-m rrow
morning in Wiliieh i'.o finish Iii.-; adtlr ss
The Cominc] Woman.
who goes to the club while her husband j
tends the baby, as well as th" good old- I
fashioned w'.n.an who looks after her '
home, will both at limes gel run do.vn '
in health. They will be troubled ivlth 1
loss of appetite, headache, sleepless- j
ness, fainting or dl/.zy spells. The most j
\vondertul remedy for |h< so womiSii is i
Electric Bitters. Thousands of suffer?
ers-frwn Lame Brick and Weak '<:?!
rioys rise up and call i't blessed. I: is
the ne dicln ? for women, Female c i n
plaints and nervous .triniblcs of all
kinds are soon relieved by the use of
Electric Bitters. Delicate women should
keep this remedy on hand to build up
the system. Only auc. per bottle.
Burrow, Mar-tin & Co.
See Dr.' Week In reference .to your
Many Matters of Interest Around About
City Kail Square.
HE MUST NOW PAY HIS OWN WITNESSES
\ I>- tciiilant Wlio In Norry lie Blnile
i in in > i>ic Attoiiilnnco-m' 80O
Verdict in ? Untunirvlfn.it for $5ooo
< il?cs In the S'olico Court?Oilier
I ourt Kewi,
William Campbell will have to pay
his own witnesses in the suit brought
against him by Ellen F. Fen tress.
Judge Martin yesterday overruled the
motion for u new trial of the case, and
the defendant is now sorry that hi: had
his fifteen witnesses certify to their
attendance before the verdict was ren?
JUDGM-ENT FOR $1,S00.
The suit brought against the Norfolk
Warehouse company by Martini J
Dudley; who claimed $10.000 damages
for the death of her husband, Joseph
J. Dudley, who was killed by u falling
wall on the defendant company's pre?
mises, was disposed of in the Court of
Law and Chancery yesterday by the
entering of a consent judgment for
S V LT FOR FALSE LM PTUSONM ENT*.
The suit of $.r,,000 brought In the
Courl of Law and Chancery by E. B.
Reriohan, of Howard county. Md..
against J. T. Bonney, of Norfolk, for
false imprisonment, was argued be?
ton- Judge Martin yesterday and given
to the Jury late in the afternoon.
At 0 o'clock file jury returned a ver?
dict of $50 in favor of the plaintiff.
IN THE POLICE COURT.
Justice Tomlin yesterday disposed of i
the following cases in the Fol Ice Court:
John King, larceny of 85 cents from
the fi rry collector; two months in Jail.
Richard Franklin, colored, unlawful
trespass; fined SI.
Samuel Strong, colored, robbery;
rtrnt-inned for ten days.
Charles ? Strong and George Wash?
ington, both, colored, stealing: deliver?
ed to the county authorities for trial.
'Mabel Anderson, colored; drunken-j
nci ! and ^cofaniiy: lined $3.50.
.1. .f. Morris, embezzlement, five old
James Moore, colored; seduction of
So|.'hle Lindsay, colored; dismissed.
The case of an ex-policeman for car?
rying a pistol and threatening to shoot,
was continued til) Wednesday of next
week, and the accused was released
upon Iiis own recognizance.
COUNTY COURT SUSTAINED.
Ju Ige Prentls, of the Circuit Court,
held court in .Norfolk yesterday to hear
the ease of Rev. S. S. Robinson et :
als. attain.-: J. I.. Burgess, from the
Princss Anne County Court. This
was a case in which the plaintiffs pe?
titioned Judge Woodhouse to refuse
the defendant n liquor license tit Lynn
haven; the same being denied. Judge
Prentls suntained th" lower court and
gran!I'd the license.
1 .uiher Sheldon to Anna Ulven, a lot
on Central avenue, Atlantic City
William It. Spencer to j. A. Nor
flcel, all lie- stock *>f drugs, medicines,
etc. contained in the store corner of
Granby and Charlotte streets; $1,36(1.14,
the sum of certain notes' ?lue.
MARRIAGES; FUTURE AND PAST.
Marriage licenses were granted yes?
terday to .lohn A. Rrockwell, clerk,
and Miss Little M. Harnes, daughter
of Mr.-. Martha Barni s.
AU-M tu Willi im \' Davis, bookkeeper.
of Savannah, and Miss Wlnhlfred
Wright Bonney, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Bonney!
A suit for divorce was yesterday en?
tered in the court of Law and Chan?
el ry by Fannie Lawrence against Frank I
M'.Vt Ml KS I AM I V AM> SI (iAlt.
Senator VVIiil?> Araiiei AgnlllNl Itic
Aniicxiilinii <ii llnwnli?Tlllinnii
Stiilse.w ii Itri-cze.
Washington, Feb; ?Sena-tor While,
of California, continued his speech in
opposition to the Hawaiian annexation
treaty in the executive session of the
Senate to-day amid many Interruptions
and milch cross li e. In the main his
speech was i continuation of the argu?
ment on constitutional lines which was
begun yesterday, but be also took ui>
hjucstlons f practical purport in to?
day's speech and undertook to show
that for reasons of commerce and de?
fense the acquisition of the islands
would be unwise.
Previous to Mi* White's speech the
Senate spent about th.'oe-quarters of
an hour in legislative session with the
d irs closed trying t<> decide whether
Sen itor Pettlgrew's resolution con?
cerning the acquisition "f territory
which it wi aid requite a navy to de
f nd should In- debited in open or ex?
ecutive session. When the vote w IS
taken tb. majority wa- found to be
against the proposition f r open s --si in.
When Senator White resumed the
flo'ir ii'- continued his citation of au?
thorities to Shb-W that the policy Of this
country in the pas: had really been
i.galiu'i the annex itiu ; of the Hawaiian
Island-j. lie th ii too up t e o?n-enliosi
thai the con I ol of Honolulu was neces?
sary to the defense of the Nicaragua
i anal and asserted Inn there was no
found lion to suppoi it.
I |e quoted Adiiilra. I'. lira p | i : lie
.?if..-: ibat Honolulu could ' fortliled
effectually, and General -': l ;.? ih
elit e! Ibat it eoll'.d no; b . ir tilled tf.
all for land defense to show that au?
thorities differ. He contended thai if
one of [he Id.inds rhould ba fortliled
all ,b en of them mild be, and that it
would require in Immense navy to re?
main there p rinan n.ly, while the ac?
quisition of this territory would not di?
minish the exp use for fortifications
and maintaining a n.ivy a: home; The
Senator challenged any one to produce
proof of hostile Intent! n.s on the part
of England, Japan, Germany, or otliel"
poworii and died tlie d ci rations Of
various statesman from each c tin ry
repudiating any <l--1 c i? interfere with
tlie VniU 1 Sta a in my manner.
?? l iie whole scheme f?r the r inoxatlon
of Hawaii," he s?Id "Is based upon
sentimentality and sugar," and con: ti
ulug this line of presentation he said
t'n.it Die sugar people who were n.tt'.ng
eight or nin. million dollars a year un?
der the reolptoclty Irony are back of
the. annexation project with the hone of
making the benefits now derived from
Senator Tillmah, of South Carolina,
came into the debate, making some as?
sertions which created n breezy fellr
for a few minutes. The S6u~l) Cirn
lino Senator referred to the rcctn: Ha?
waiian revolution and to whit ho
termed the effort of the Republican
party to establish a government in the
interest of tin- white people In the
Islands, when they n?mbared only
about one out of thirty or llvs Inhabi?
tants, ami in this connection referred lb
the reorganisation of par.y lines in
the South after Die war. "We were
then." he said, "in South Carolina at?
tempting to* establish a whit* man's
'government. The Republlcm parly
interfered with us then or attempted
to do so. professing to boll opinions
about the sacred lights of the lll.lJorlt>
to rule. I should like io k- aw." he
continued, "whether the Rt-publicah
party has changed its opinion on the
subject of the while llMAl to rub-, for
if it has and will extend to the South?
ern Stales. 1 will vote for ;he treaty."
"The distinguished Senator from
South Carolina evidently knows all
about the effort to re-establish the
white man's party in lite South aflr-r
the war. and could doubtless give us
much Interesting info, m i u ,:i on that
point." said Senator Chutidl jr.
"I do know something about it "
! replied Mr. Tillinan, "n't 1 I know tb.tt
there was some cheating and sun - use
? f the shot gun in th >?' ? tlines, as there
probably was in lln.viii."
"The Senator t:on South Carolina
would. l hardly ihlnk," interrupted
Senator Hour, "sly in open session
what he has here -aid."
"I am willing to say ;t anyw re,"
c<aid .Mr. Tlllman. "I waul Ihe same
policy all along the "n-.o J.'hniw open
tin- doors and I will say what I have
said before the entire world.''
Probably the most Rlgn!licu>it occur?
rence of the day was ll?2 facl that
Senator Morrlll, w!i > has during his
entire career been exr;C\Hngl.v conser?
vative on the question of executive
sessions of the Sena to, took a position
to-day in favor of op r, sessions on Ihe
Pettlgrew resolution. He gave as Iiis
reason the fact that inn spe3ches for
and against the treaty wer - liable t->
be unevenly reported with the press
excluded froth the seiK'onn.
Senator White lid not conclude and
he will continue his speech to-morrow.
wi im ssi s know mu hIX?,
f*l?lo Rrlltery Iii vent l|rnf ion Results in
Kolllllllt ol liiipoi laiiee.
Columbus, O.. Feb. 2.?The Senate
committee Investigating th.- alleged
charges of attempted bribery in the
recent Senatorial contest, held a short
session this evening and examined one
witness. John l>. Taylor, of this city;
at whose home Mrs. h. <;. Rathboh was
a visitor during a part <>f the Senator?
ial contest. The purpose of calltpg Mi'.
Taylor was to prove that Major Rath
! lion joined 11. H. libyce, win is alleged
I to have attempted to bribe Representa?
tive <Uis. at the Taylor resident.i
January loth, when It is claimed Royce
came to this city and met Major Rath*
in,a. Mr. Taylor could not remember
Mr. Rathbon being at his house on
that day and gave no Information re?
garding the alleged hack ride of Rath
bon and lioyce.
! The Manna people uro now consider?
ing the matter of takipg a hand in
I the investigation, and may subpoena
some witnesses, Inelu ling ihe 1 aiders
in" the antl-llnnnn movement, and
others who may have Information that
is desired to bring out.
A ' -T of possible witnesses is sold
tii have been prepared. There will he
no further meetings of the committee
; Roberl F. Rogers Sites for the Cus?
tody of His Child.
Petersburg, Va? Feb. 2.?(8p< elaiy?
I Mr. Roben F. Rogers, having sued
out a writ of habeas corpus for the
j porsesslon of his child, lt> bei t ller
I hert Hogers, aged about ii years, the
lease was heard this morning by Judge
.1. M. Mullen, of th.- Hustings Court,
it seems thai the mother if the hoy.
being a daughter of the hale John A.
Slaughter, died when the child was
ab ml V_' months of age, and shortly
afterwards the father of the boy gave
him into the possession of his god
rather, Mr. John A. Sin lighter. Before
Mr. Slaughter's death he requested that
hi-* son, l.eioy slaughter, should have
the custody of ihe ch'.bl and see to
its support. Judge Mullen took the
I case tinder advis. men!.
Thin in fie: ii ? Perhaps it's
If perfectly well, this is
probably the case.
But many arc suffering
from frequent colds nervous
debility, pallor, and a hun?
dred aches and pains, simply
.because they are not fleshy
Scott's Emulsion of Cod
liver Oil. with Hypoph?s
phites strengthens the diges?
tion, gives new torce to. the
nerves, and makes rich, red
blood. It is a food in itself.
V<. ?nd $i.oo, all ctrUftgUt*.
SCO 1 I ac Up A .'III, Chemists, New York
CITY IN PARAGRAPHS
?riefest Possible Mention Made of Many
rYalteis of Interest to All Headers.
OCCURRENCES NOTEO WITHOUT OETAlLS
>o! Mik-Ii About Aiiyililiiji liul
' Noiuctlltiig AbOUt Hltliy Tiling*?
A Kluetiigriipblo VtoW ol i.ti'uiu
KorfolU in IIh Mmiy ami Vary,
ing IMiiimos liriolly Noted.
Vealerday was ground hog day.
February N is Si. Valentine's Day.
The lady managers bC 'tlie Hoys'
Homo will moot iiiis afternoon.
l-Mdi Slowart. ijolored, was arresUd
yesterday upon a charge of bcatlu? a
A ball will be given at Riohard.-on's
Hall to-might by Hi.- ilebrow Iirde
Mr. C. \\" Russell, of tin- Now Y) rk,
Philadripira and Norfolk railroad, is
here from oupPoim.
Eva .Mason. who was shot about a
month ago by lier husband. Is recovering
at St. Vincent's llo."]>Ual.
Mr. Arthur .1. Odi II lias returned from
Rochester, New York, where he has
been visiting during tlie past two weeks.
The young lady from Elizabeth City,
Dir wihoin tip- Norfolk police -wen: look?
ing, lias re-turned to her home in Caro?
The many friends of Miss Miry Ma
gee w ill be |>I. ?c?cd to learn ttia: slic has
returned from Washington and will
remain in Norfolk.
At Grace Itapttat ? hurch 'to-night :b re
will be a gramophone r ? ital and ll.te
rary entertainment under tlie auspices
of liie i.a-r .-' Union.
A ctimmlsMlnner will b ? appointed
next wee-it by Judge U. I?. Willie, of
Princess Anne county, to participate in
the condemnation pmcec'lugs against
Hie DM l ie Creek property
Mr. Ju lulls Hiker, a popular young
Poi-ivm' u'h man. >who lias I? on en?
gaged with t.ho Norfolk and Portsmouth
CoWon 12xi hange I" >:? Hi" past five yi ars.
lias resigned to iM'cept it position with
:b" Cuni'iner Lumber company.
The Virginian acknowledges an Invi?
tation to t'he Washington, Greenville
and Ncwbernc fair circuit, which begins
it Newbetneon March 1st. Washington,
March nth; Greenville. March ISth, and
Rocky Mounj 'March 23d. There will lia
four days' racing at each place. Mr.
George Green is the secretary of the
New.'berne fair and Mr. R. u Davis of
Washington, N. C. acts for the other
I.IVT.s j.'iNT IK THE NTOKM.
ItottlOll Reports ii >i'?rc ol Victims?
Properly i.osh Knit milled ni Two
Rosten, Mass., Feb. ?A score of |
persons wer drowned and iwo million
dollars loss Indicted by Hie storm that I
swept 6v? r Eastern Massachusetts and
Rhode Inland Men.lay night and Tues?
Four unidentified bodies lie in the
''?loner's oltlce in Gloucester. Five
more are in Lynn, br night over from
Little Niahitnt, where the schooner
Charles II. Briggs was wrecked.
Twelve unidentified corpses are reiwrt
i d to be at Laker's Island, in Salem
They, too. must hr.ve manned some
Of the schooners which were lost in
I GlouccFter harbor. That tb: re are
others in the waters of the lay seems
?almost certain. Wreckage is strewn
up and down Ihr coast from Cape Ann
to Gape Cod. Thirty schooners were
w reck-d in Massachusetts Hay. On
j land ihe damage of the storm seems
to hnve l.n confined entirely to prop?
erly, for. wide many Ihorses were killed
J in the streets of Boston, electrocuted by
j falling trolley wires, no human being
I was struck.
Twi nly-fi in hours ( lapsed before di?
rect telegraphic communication was
I restored between Boston and the rest
of the world. The electric car service
?in this city was restored by noon, but
in most of the smaller towns the trol
! ley lines are pilll crippled.
Tli.' total cost of the storm In this
J city is estimated at $1,428,000.
Among ili" arrivals this morning was
I the steamer* Saturn. Captain Wiley,
I from Newport N ws. with the barge
Lone Star in tow After passing High?
land light on M eiday forenoon ihn ves?
sel made a lee under Race Point, where
she remained luring the blizzard, and
was uiilnjun i l oth the steamer and
barge were heavily Iccclad on their
sioims is KVUnvK.
(ttklfH Und im Miniiii I very w lisre ? 1
l.i\es Lost n..<l l*roptariy Di?
L ?:: i in, Feb. 2.?Storms prevail
throughout Great Britain, and railroad
trains have 'been greatly delayed. Se?
vere gales hive Hwept the coast and
worse weather Is predicted for to-nigh;
with severe cold.' Lloyd'* report at !?
ja. in. says: "Terrific squalls tire re
; p .rod at l'rawle po nt and the Lizard."
I Atmospheric disturbances are reported
Oil the Continent from Berlin to Hilda
Pesth. re-1 'ting in a g'-:;,- il Interr?p
j tlun of traffic and consid ral le damage
[ :?' property, especially tit Lepiiz, Ho?
ll 'n: i. and Hilda PCflt A gale iias
rev tiled at Vienna since Sunday,
? itching hurricane force Sunday night.
; 1; 1.- :: .w subsiding.
I win ! blew th I intern of the Lit?
tle Crosby bouse and S'l lite to tlie
building, which was destroyed. Its
three occupants, tlie keeper his ty fc
arid a n an who was visiting them, per?
A dispatch fron '? rgamo, Lombardy,
? ays that six working girls were killed
! and many others seriously injured nt
i: i izohlce yesterday when tin- roof of
spinning mill there collapsed in tha
A hurricane, ne< mp^nted by drehen
i inv' rain, has been sweeping the Clyde.
district since la. . evening. A number
of yachts haye beeii sunk in Gourock
iy, much damage has been done to
- pping off the coasts; and cons de:
i li destruction has been caused Inland,
\ ? rribla storm has swept the const
Norway during the la.-t few days.
? i .f have been several shipping tlls
ers and It is feared many Uvea have
WELL KNOWN ACTOR DEAD.
ci. v,.land. 0..-F b. 2?Gus J. Heege,
: ie actor known the .country over as
Von Yens in, died at his borne in this
city to-day. lie was 30 years cf age.
Itcv. D, O. C. H?tts. of Albemarle.
who was on <i visit to Princess 'Anne
und Knoit's Island; passed through the
ward yesterday en route home. Just
loaded with dUcko taken on his gun?
The Inasmuch Circle of" King's
Daughters will meet with Mrs. Reeves,
of North Park avenue, at :::30 o'clock
.Mrs. .lohn Anderson und little son,
of Entleld, N. C, are on a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1.. 1 IcptInstall, the
la tier's daughter, on Maple avenue.
Miss Agnes Hurst, of Cecelia avenue,
Is at homo again after a two week's
visit to friends at Cambridge, Mil.
Miss Winifred. W. Bouncy, daughter
Of Mrs. M. V. Bouncy, of this city,
and Mr. William V. Davis, of Savan?
nah. On., were married at 5:30 o'clock
yesterday afternoon at the home of th?
bride's mother. No. 310 West Highland
[avenue, in th,. presence of relatives and
a few immediate friends of Die fam?
ily. The decorations for the occasion
consisted id" palms, ferns and other
potted plants. Ilev. <". 13. Woodspn,
rector of St. Peter's Episcopal church,
was the celebrant. Miss Lila Bonney,
sister of the bride, was maid of honor,
and Mr. L. |,. (Harrington, of Savan?
nah. Ca., best man. The bride wore
a brown traveling costume with hat
and gloves, and carried bride roses.
The maid of honor wore blue .'ilk with
cut steel trimmings, und also carried
bride roses. The couple left last even?
ing on the Hay Line steamer for Bal
j tlniore, Washington and New York.
Prom the latter city they will go to
Florida. They will reside in Savannah.
A reception was held at. the home of
the bride Tuesday night.
Miss I' 'tile .far vis. of Ma thews coun?
ty, who as been spending some Dine
with her brother and family, on Brown
avenue, will return home to-day.
The funeral services of Mr. Andrew
.1. Knott, who died early Tuesday
morning at his residence, corner Row?
land, and Maple avenues, look, place
from Centenary Methodist church'yes
terdoy afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, Hi v.
W. 11. I'M wards olllciut lug. The In?
terment was In Elmwood. Members
of Bramble ton Lodge No. :>?;. K. of p.,
and Columbia Lodge No. 4-1. I. i >. <>. If?
ta each of which the deceased be?
Attend to-nlghi the poverty party
Tor benefit of St. Peter's Episcopal
church at .Mr. Thomas Towsend's. IIS
North Park avenue.
Everybody is Invited to know that
the out Mails' Convention will be re?
pented on Friday night- at Kirn Hull.
The small admittance of IS cents Is
charged, so as to glye all an oppor?
tunity of witnessing this very humor?
ous and enjoyable pi ...It et ion.
ATI.A VI It' CITY.
The Rev. E, 10. Dudley is absent from
the cily visiting in Nansemond county,
lie will make a short stay.
Mirts Bessie MoCahn left yesterday
fop tier home, in Middlesex county,
having spent- her sojourn pleasantly
with the family of Mr. 10. Kolliard. on
Tlie Earnest Workers of Central Ave?
nue Baptist church will meet with it.
, L. Holland to-morrow nigh'..
The funeral "f Mrs. l-tehrteUa Nobles,
wire of Mr. lvey H. Nobles, who died
at the residence of her husband, in
this ward, M unlay, tool: place from
LCKles Men: .rial Methodist church
yesterday morning al II o'clock. The
services were conducted by Rev. Wil?
liam 10. .ludkins, I?. D., and th.- Inter?
ment was in Elmwood.
The sick on. s whose Illness has been
I noted in these COlUinilS the past SeV.-rtll
days were reported better yesterday.
LOST IN TILE ICE.
Sixteen Seal Hunters Have ProbaWy
Lost Their Livi s.
St. Johns, N. F? Feb. -?Slxteten men
belonging in Trinity Bay were driven
off in the ice yesterday while- seal hunt?
ing. It is f.aied that they have per?
ish, d. The bolt.-; that were out seeking
them to-day jeturned at night without
having got sight of them. The steuner
Vanguard went In search also, but the
day has been so ha'/.y It has been im?
possible to do much. Tin- British brig
antlnc Lady Bertha, dpi tin Patey,
from Alicante, November 28, drove
ashore last night at Renew's llari'-r. 40
mil-s south of in- e. She Was imbed led
in an tee li e- and became a tot.ll wrepk.
Her seven men, it is feared, an- 1 ist,
although th y may be drifting about In
a boat amid the ice.
A barken tine, supposed to Ik- Die
Aurool i. Captain Wakc-man, from St.
.lohn.-- for PernamlmcO, llsh-iaden, was
driven ashore by a II oe eight miles
south. Hot crew is probably sate.
A man afflicted with Contagions
Blood Poison, might as well commit
suicide as to tnko the mercurial
poisons which are ?'iwnys prescribed
by the doctors. It he takes thos<
poisons, be might as well make hit
will and yet ready for the mule:
taker. Perhaps this is plain talk
but it is true, and truth is unplens
If the sufferer will take Swift's
Specific (S.S.S.), instead of mineral
poisons, lie will get weii again, ami
stay well. He will lind that Ihi
great vegetable Blood Remcdj
drives all poison from the system.
It gets into the minutest veins, and
eradicates ever)' vestige of taint in
Die blood. It is the only Real Blood
Remedy ever discovered. It not
only cures Contagious Blood Poison,
but is the only remedy that can reach
Scrofula, Catarrh, Rheumatism
Cancer, Eczema and all other deep
seated Diseases of the Blood.
Prec books on the cure of all Blood Dis?
orders will be sent on application to
tho Swirr Specific Co,, Atlanta, Ga,
TU K COTTON ?IOVKMKST,
..?crotury SIcMcr'? Itvport oil Pros
?Inoiloii niHl l'otittithipiiou.
New Orleans, Feb." 2.?Secretary lies
-cr's monthly cotton statement shows,
tho largest movement or cotton in sight
Cor January on record, the total amount?
ing to 1,377,394 bales.
The next largest was In January, 1805,
vhen thn total reached 1,019,797. Lint
year the .Tanuiiiy total was 72S.21.0. The
amount of the crop brought into .sight
for the live months from September to
January, Inclusive, is 1,510,800 over last
year and .'1,000,.'178 over y'ear before list.
The movement from the flrsit of Sep
tember to January :tl Include total re?
ceipts ?t United States delivery ports.
11.702,951, against 5,010,793 last year; over?
land niovi ment by rallroady across tho
Mbsisslppl, Ohio and Potomac rivers,
800,125, against 034,012 last year; South.
?mi mill takings, exclusive of quantity
consumed at Southern oitjporis, 507.522,
against 543,552 la -: yeari and Interior
stocks in excess of those held at the
commenceincnt >f the scacou, 5G0,H39,
ilg ilo:;: 332 504 last year.
Northern spinners took during Jan?
uary 300,710 bales. agiln.-'t I7S.U7S last
yi iv. Foreign ex Port?? for the ilivt five
months of th ? season have been 4.091,201
bales, showing an increase over last so i
.? >n of 494,297. Stocka at the seaboard
and I ha twenty-nine leading Southern
interior markets oil January -il were
1,900,018, again ; 1,524.703 the same date
last y< .ii-.
In lutling pari? and interior towns
left over rrom Hie previous season and
the number of hales of the current fcrop
brought l"1" sight during the live
month.", the supply lias been B,7?3j98l?
against 7,405,010 la.-t year.
WAX.', MA K lift VS. .l\JW.
Phlhidelphia, Feb. 2. A ronferi nee of
business men from all over 41ie Stat?
in?; lo re tir-; aflcrnooii under tlhc aus?
pices i ?:' 'the ItuR/liicss Men's League
and resolved 't'he ren.ii *i John Wanaaia
ker to In come a cnmlilduic for ?ilt? Re
poiblli in n.invin ii 1 >n for Goveriior, as
n-rainvt the candidate favored by
United siaies Senator Quay Vigorous
nr.'ti-Quay resolutions wore adopt d.
OPIUM, CHLORAL AND COCAINE HABITS
A radical, positive and permanent ciire
guaranteed in 5 dnys. Absolutely harnalr: ~
No "tapering off" proceis ?No Substitut
tlon method. *S^m%??Zr'*
R. A. OUNN, M.I).,
41 Hast 2lst Street, New York City.
J. W. Qanaagc
W. n. Waller, ?
Gamage & W aller
Wholesale and retail
Ileadnnnrlers for Foreign and Do?
rn stie CI'jmknts, LIM H, plas
?nm. unit-ks. sbw.br and p
C1IIMNKY PJP1?, LATHS, SHIM- ?
Office and warehouses
12 to 13 plume: st,
Near the lirige,
NORFOLK, - - VI HO IXI A.
K85P T?a! Bojf From Slammiiig
C?RBllTS LIQUID 000R CHECK
TUR BKST ?>N 'I UI: MARKET.
Rubber Weather Strips, all sizes.
Hrass Andirons and Fenders.
Portable, Club House, Half Low
and Monarch Grates.
HMioiK ana Pof|3f
Tito work on this .Directory is i r.der.
way and will be pushed speedily end mi.
eessfully to completion, and bock 133Uod
In good time by home, people.
Do not be deceived by any statements:
mnde to the contrary.! 1 have issued tho
Directory during the past .25 years ami
built it up to what It is, and propose, to
continue Us publication.
Respectfully, ????'?14 ?>'??:!
Ja27-t? J. II. CilATAlONJa.