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Annual Solas; ovore,000,000 Boxee
FOR BILIOUS AND NERVOUS DISORDERS
Buch as Wind nnd Pain In tho'Stomach,
GlddineBS. Fulness aflor meals. Head?
ache. Dlsizlnot.3, Drowsiness. Flushings
of Hont, Loss of Appotito. Cnstivoncss,
Blotches on. tho Skin. Cold Chills, Dis?
turbed Sloop. Frightful Drontns and all
Nervous and Tromblitig Sonsatlonn.
THE FIR8T DOSE' WILL GIVE RELIEF
IN TWENTY MINUTES, Evory sufTorcr
Will acknowledge them to bo
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
BEECIIAM'f* p n.i.s. takon asdlroot
ed, will quickly restoro Fo males to com?
plete health. They promptly remove
obstructions or irregularities of tho sys?
tem and euro sick Ileadacbo. For a
IN MEN, WOMEN OR CHILDREN
Beecham's Pills are
Without a Rival
And hivo the
or any Patent Medicine in the World.
_25a, at all Drug Stores.
WANTED.?TRADING STAMPS.?If you
have Trading Stamps for sale, address
at once, stating number, "STAMPS,"
caro Virginian. _ fe4-at*
Want IS D?Balesl?d y, expert enoed"'irTttT
tlng gloves. None but those who can
furnish first class reference need apply.
State experience and salary wanted. Ad?
dress P. o. Box, 2-IC. JanlS-tf
~~~^.?^J^SJ^N TED. .
WANTBI).?Operator on sewing machine
and & boys, over 17 years old, to make
kites. Call Monday between !t and 11
o clock. ?SOllTIIKKX NOVELTY CO.,
8. Fayette. street. ja30-tf
sa lesmen for cigars"; Tl25 X
month and expenses; old firm: experi?
ence unnecessary: Inducements' to custo?
mers c .C. rishop Sc co., St. Louis.
TWO ROOMS FOR RENT AND FURNI
tUre for sale at a bargain If applied for
at once. Apply to Mrs. MORRISON
over Whitehnrst ,v Bros.' furniture
stole, corner Holt and Church streets.
QUESTIONS ANSWERED BY MAIL ON
all subjects, business, love marriage
speculations and lucky days given. En?
close lOo. per question. Address A8
* TROLOOBR. P. o. Norfolk, Va. fel-JP
Cl L\LDEAN MYST1 c?-bV'.-YorBh"le and
daughter, socialists' oh Female Coin
plaints, skin diseases and baldness, ca?
tarrh, etc. Clairvoyant treatment free
? 81 Granby street. fe3-3t
418 7 BOR ^" ICOKS~Si SiX TlOURS:
V% mbb>:?ures IN 8 DAYS, At
?10 I mbH Drug storo l!>3 Church st.,
Norfolk. Vn. no23-ly
Dr. Anna Giering,
t high repute. Vcg
fciihle compound for
J1.00. Lilly White
Regulative rills. 12.
Wives without chil?
dren consult inc.
ifiiKi E. Baltimore St.,
LA ?I KS 1 Chfches'.cr's English Pennyroyal Piio
<nt.uKv,rf Hr.aJ), nfo tllO BeSt. >?><-. ">*????
T.l- ns ol.i.r. S.u.1 4c, u*u.|?, i?r MTtkulan, "fUU
fur U-iW?," is umt I? Roturp Mnil. *? Dtutcie*
ChlcliOHtcr CUeuilcul Co.. i'litl.ni.i., Pa.
_FOR SALE. ,' ;
engine and lion.er for sale.-ai
excellent ten horse engine and a twen?
ty horse boiler for sole St ?? figure*
Apply at virginian office.
BOARD?Two single rooms for gentle?
men, with board, ciin he had near th<
business centre <>f Ihn city nt rensonn
hie terms by addressing CENTRAL.
Vi ruin inn office.
JO \X AND WIFE; or a .?ouag mun, rn.
? hlnlii board in private f.iiiii'y. with uv
.il i?oth. In western part pf clt\ . icfcr
opee exchanged, Address "Y." eure m
% MONEY READY,
\ NO WAITING
Quick Loans on Household
Furnituro While in Use.
Mortgages nnd other securities.
Liberal iidvnnecs on salaries, rents,
annuities, estate and permanent in- L
comes, interviews strictly private '
(.ml all transactions rigidly conii
W. H. 11OFHEIMER.
New No. 35S Main street. Moiltz
office bullUlng, suite C and (1.
BOSTON'S SPRING PRACTICE.
Six Games to be Played During April in
Several Virginia Towns.
Manager Selce, of tho Boston baseball
club, has arranged fo: the spring trl|
of the team. The Bostons will leave
home about'March 111 and go to Greens
boro, N. C, where they will remain un?
til about April 12. The first week will
be spent In light practice, and the team
will not play any games until the mem?
bers are in good condition. No chance
will be token which might tend t<
?weaken' the players fo: their season':
work. Close attention will be paid U
strengthening the pitchers .and no oik
will be allowed to take on hard work
until he Is In first-class condition. While
at Greensboro a series of games will be
played between the regular team and
the spare players, with some local tnl
ent to till In, These g.imeci should fur?
nish good practice and prove to be fir.-'t
The games so far scheduled for the
teams are at Charlottesvllle, April 4 and
6; April H and 7 at Norfolk; Aplil S n;
Richmond, and on the Oth the Boston
and Richmond teims will play In somt
city in the vicinity of Richmond, thr
Richmond grounds having been leased
to thii University if Virginia and Yah
for (he laler date. After leaving Rich?
mond the Rostons will play four game*
in Pennsylvania, probably at Reading
Allentown. and Lancaster. The tean
will nlcto play a game with Princeton
on the bitter's grounds before the open?
ing of the League season.
i n Cure n Colli In Ono l>ny.
Take Loxatlve Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druefgiBt,8 refund tho money if n
to'cure. 25 cents.
Many Malters of Interest Around About City
IS HELD FOR FELONIOUS SH00TIN6
Flnnulcrnn, Who Fired Six Sbotn nt
Jones, Sent 09' to Court-Judge
HoiicUcI Prcsldos In I>ow nnd
Chancery t'onrt?Minor Cases In
William Finnnlg'an, who fired six
Shots at Sam Jones ? on Avon street,
Wednesday night, was arraigned be?
fore Justice Tom!in yesterday and was
held for the grand Jury on the charge
of felonious shooting. David Jones was
lined ?6 for assaulting Flannlgan, but
he appealed to the Corporation Court.
Judge Hanckel, of the Corporation
Court, sut for Judge Martin, In the
Court of Law and Chancery, awhile
yesterday morning and heard .the chan?
cery case of Nagle vs. Conner.
In the Police Court yesterday Justice
Tomlln disposed of the following cases:
Richard Allen, colored, stealing a
pair of $1 shoes, the property of Lizzie
Alien, colored; fifteen days In Jail.
Eddie Stewart, colored, beating Lucy
Riddlck, colored; fined $4.
Lucy Riddlck, abusing Eddie Stew?
art; fined $2.f.O. <
lAIamle Harris, colored, ifiallclous pro?
secution; lined $2.
Richard Allen, William Jones, Wil?
liam H. Wood. Henry McAllister. Pink
Sheelor. James Anderson, Richard Car?
ter, John Clements, John T. Cooper,
Lewis Jones, William Sawyer, James
Harris, alias Richardson, all colored,
and George E. Scott, making them?
selves a nuisance at John Harbour's
Place. Talbot street; discharged with
a warning to each.
John Whltehurst. colored, unlawfully
shooting Neal Pryor, colored; fined
T. T. Bennett, felonious assault upon
W. S. Hill; dismissed.
-Mr. E. B. Renehan, In whose favor
a verdict of $50 was rendered as dam?
ages for false Imprisonment; states
that the verdict was -a vindication of
character, which was the sole object of
PR O P E11T Y T R A NSF FJRS.
Claude W. Northern et als. to Fannie
A. Thomas,' lot on Colonial avenue"?
Lucy B. Liewellyn et als., executors,
to Harriett A. Reilley. Duke street ex?
tended property; consideration, $1,000.
THE tut m 11 RELAXED.
(Herman? Heelden to Admit Fruit in
Transit, *ubj*>cl to Rcnlrlrtlou*.
Berlin, Feb. 3.?It Is announced that
the Budeisrath (Federal Council) In
plenary sitting to-day approved its
committee's proposal that a decree
Should be Issued prohibiting the Im?
portation from America of ?ve plants
and shrubs and packages containing
the same. The decree will also in a cer?
tain measure .affect American fruits.
They are to be examined by experts on
their arrival at German ports; and
packages found to be Infected with
the fruit louse will be excluded. In?
structions to this effect will be Issued
to the customs authorities.
This announcement, which is made
by an otlleial agency, appease to indi
ate a me sure distinct fram the de
Tee Issued on Tuesday by Dr. Miguel,
he Prussian minister of finance; pro
libitlng the importation of every kind
>f American fresh fruit, but it \s d'.lll
?illt to ascertain the exact details. The
undesrath's measure, it is pointed out,
.? "far less stringent than similar meas
ires at present enforced in individual
states of the American Union."
The Associated Press learns that the
Limburg authorities to-day permitted
he unloading of apples from the United
itatcs, owing to instructions received
rim Rerlin. as the result, of the pro
e ls of Ambassador White against Dr.
The Associated Press ascertains :hat
be Bundcerarh supersedes with its aii
horlty Dr. Mlquel's decree, which
- ems ill-advised in its rigor and sud
I nness, and which naturally provis
ional wits occasioned by the recently
? ported results of experiments by Dr.
" ledrlch Von Kuege;, of the agricul
1 r il high school.
The Bundesrath's action Is due, the
\-soda ted Press is Informed, to a so?
rb's of vigorous protests from the ship
I eis affected, and especially those of
Hamburg, on ihe lower Rhine, and at
Emmerich, and still more to the pro
? sts of Ambassador White. Its do
.?l^lon forbids the Importation only
.vhere fruit is affected by the nspld
0 us pernlsi?s?s, or San Jo.-e plant bug
ivliich Is said to have done enormous
1 image in the United States.
The Bundesrat h's decree applies to
the whole of Germany, and makes mat
? rs momentarily better, bill it Is be?
loved that its future Interpretation will
largely correspond with Dr. Mlaud's
lecrce. Parties Interested here tea
hat the United State.-: will resort to re?
Following are last year's fruit Im?
port? in hundredweight: American,
:?>*?,000; Auetrla-Hurigarlan, 607.000,
Hutch, SG1.000; Belgian, 540.000; Italian.
London, Fob. 4.?The Berlin corres?
pondent of th* Times savs:
"Customs ofllclals at Emmerich.
Rhenish Prussia, received telcgrapnic
instructions on January .10th from Dr.
Mlquel, the Prussian Minister of Fi?
nance, to stop the impontatton of fresh
fruits from America. The Hamburg
Senate Issued a similar order on the
"iProfriata against the latter have se?
cured from the Hamburg Senate ptr
misslon, llrtitly, .for further expirt of
consignments to England, and secmd
ly, for consignments of American ap?
ples that have already reaohel Ger?
many to lie delivered to thos* to whom
they are addressed.
"The subject occupied the attcn'.l.an
of vhe Bundesrath to-day (Thursday),
when it was decided that 'Importalion
'. f fresh fruit is only forbidden when
the same l.s discovered to con'aln a
riant bug. "The prohibition <loes no'
x-tend to dried fruits; but the Impor
at Ion of windfalls, packing material
mil plant Is altogether forbidden.
' "The general Indignation aroused is
.lue perhaps less to the riimimerclal loss?
es that ir.'ight ensu ?. Inasmuch as Amer?
ican fruits bear relatively a small pro?
portion to tho total fruiit import, than
to the feeling tihat the government has
been influenced by AgrarLin pressure."
I Royal makes the food pur?.
wholeiomo and delicious.
oa?i: ok ciiKuir bohky.
Onr Legal TeuUor Mole* Not in Ar?
cor?l fFlth True Economic Law*.
Baltimore, Md., Feb. 3.?Two Cabi?
net oilicens were among the speakers
at the annual banquet of the Mer
chants' and Manufacturers' Associa?
tion here to-night.
Secretary Gage, of the Treasury,
was the chief speaker, but Poetmaster
General Gary was also on the list, as
were Congressman Nelson Dlngley,
Congressman Allen, of Mississippi,
and United States Senator Wellington.
Secretary Cage said, in part:
"It is the just complaint against
Government issues of paper monuy
that, though obedient to the legislative
will, it Is nevertheless not in harmony
with higher economic law which blesses
the obedient and punishes oil violation,
whether the violation be wilful or
through Ignorance; A true credit in?
strument, truthfully evidencing that a
thing of value has passed?yet still
exists a fact, even If transformed In
shape and substance?such an instru?
ment Is clothed with .the quality of
legitimacy. If the fact be otherwise,
If the value passed has been con?
sumed, destroyed or lost, the credit
instrument itself becomes u commer?
cial interloper, a misleading token, nor
can kings, emperors or senates change
"I can only point out the fact that
our own legal tender notes. In a great
crisis, are yet out of accord with the
true economiic laws. 'Pile value for
which they were originally issued was
immediately consumed or destroyed.
As now reissued they are evidences of
a value already consumed by the is?
suer, or of Service? already past. These
notes operating In the commercial field,
thus differentiated from the true credit
instrument which commerce can
create, and if left at reasonable lib?
erty will Itself create, must somewhere
work injury, even we cannot distinc?
tively point it out.
"In my opinion It is here that busi?
ness receives injury, general and wide
reaching, through its forced relations
to Government paper money. I wish
it were not so. I would bo glad In
this regard to be in error. Neither is
it pleasant nor popular to bear this
witness if It be true, but I know of
no higher duty upon the man who lives
his country, who desires it to march
In the vanguard of progress and
prosperity 'among Hie nations of the
earth, than to deal faithfully accord?
ing to the light of his honest convic?
tions with those great questions which
affect for good or ill his country'*
Bdwrrds Sent on to the Federal Court
?'Could Not Give Ball.
Petersburg, Va., Feb. 3.?(Special)?
I. J. Edwards, who was arrested .<ome
days ago on the charge of selling
liquor at Lia-wrenceyllle, on which the
United States license tax had not been
paid, bad an examination to-day be?
fore United States Commissioner Jos.
I?. Brady, by whom he wns sent on to
the next term of the United States
Court. Rail was allowed in the sum
of ?2C0. in default of which Edwards
wont to jail.
'Mr. C. 11. Pleaaants, the general sec?
retary of the Young M< ;'s Christian
Association In this c ty lc m?kln? ef?
forts to have the ? assoclal oh here
largely represented *\ the twenty-sec?
ond annual convention, to be held at
Lyncbburg. February IT-L'O.
The neighboring ponds furnished fine
Dr. Ceoige Potts, the owner of the
Appomattox can: ? ry. In Prince George
county', is making contracts with farm?
ers around Petersburg to raise from
;,00 to 1,000 tomatoes.
REPl'iBl-dCANS OR( IA NIZE.
Congressional Committee! Frantically
Ready for the Campaign.
Washington, D. C. Feb. 3.?The 'Re?
publican n -Tibers of both houses of
Congress held a caucus 'to-niglut at
whlieh the Republican Congressional
Committee was practically organized
for the campaign. About sevewty Sen?
ators and Representatives attended,
urd the delegations of all bun eighteen
?f the States announced the setecUilon
f their representatives on the commit?
The lion Richmond Pearson, of N'>rth
Carolina, and General J ames A. Wal?
le r, of Virginia, tire members of the
It seems to be practically settled
that Chairman l.taibcock will be re
looted .and that Secretary Mercer also
\-lll succeed himself; that Representa?
tive Simpkihs, of Massachusetts, will
be 'made vice chairman in place of Mr.
Apsley. C'f Massachusetts, who was ho>l
re-elected f > this Congress, and that
General Grosvenor, the- present chair
nan of the caucus, will continue in thai
COST OF THE CUBAN WAR.
Madrid. Feb. 3.?The e.ost of ihs Cu?
ban war from February, 1S9S, to the end
of 1897. is ?oflioially estimated at $210,
000,000, besides the arrears due fr.im the
Cuban treasury, amounting to $t0,OT0,
The Impartial complains thalt tjj?:
commercial negotiations between Spain,
Cuba and the United States are being
Intrusted to Senor de Lorn*, the Spanish
minister at Washington, and urges the
government to appoint '-xperts to ex
imino Wie terms jf the treaty in
What pleasure Is there In life with
a headache, constipation and blllous
n&<H? Thousands experience them who
could become perfectly healthy by using
Do Witt's Little Early Risers, the fam?
ous little pills. J. M. Trotter, Norfolk;
R. L. Walker, Bramble ton; Trultt &
EVENTS LAST NIGHT
Mr. and Mrs. Everitte St, John Entertain
Four Hundred Guests.
BEAUTIFUL CARNIVAL OF ROSES
Yuuiie Poojilo'w Hoclety or Clirlntian
Euilcnvor Union Elect Ofllccrs?
TlilrU ?uiil l>emocrnt??Ilrynn'n
Fliolo-Clly Umird'a Niuoker-Mull
nt Itlclinriinou'n Hull.
The beautiful mansion of Mr. and
Mrs. Everllte B-t. John, in West Free?
mason street, was the scene last, night
of the most elaborate reception of the
season, given In honor of Mr. and Mrs.
O. H. Bldgood. The house was ablaze
with lights, fragrant with the per?
fume of many roses and radiant with
the presence of fair women. It was
a brilliant nsseinbbige?the gathering
together of tho intellect and beauty of
The parlors wore decorated with a
profusion of American beauty roses,
and the receiving party occupied sta?
tions in the southern apartment. Mr.
and Mrs. St. John were assisted In re?
ceiving their guests by Mr. and Mrs.
Htdwoll. (Miss Seidner, Miss MoBcc,
Miss .Madge Lamb. Miss Ida Ellis, Miss
Mary Tayloe, .Mis. William W. Gwath
mey. Miss Dawson, of New York; Mrs.
Johnson, of Chicago, and Miss Cbdmon,
of Boston. The costumes of the re?
ceiving party were as follows:
Mrs. St. John, black lace and dia?
'Miss Seiden, white satin and pearl
Miss Mary Tayloe, white chiffon.
?M'iss Ida Ellis, pink silk.
M'iss Dawson, green velvet.
Mrs. Johnson, of Chicago, black vel?
Miss Cod mom of Boston, black silk
(Mrs. Crwalhmey, black lace.
Miss Annie Smith, white silk mull
over green taffeta.
Miss Rosa McBee, green taffeta.
Miss Madge Lamb, while moire de
In the dining-room, which was de?
corated in white and green. Miss Smith
ami Miss Blaekwood poured chocolate
and. coffee. A Baltimore caterer had
brought all his skill to the production
of a feast, elaborate and served in a
delightful manner, from the tables
which wqre laden with flowers and
Some four hundred guests were en?
tertained during the evening. The
Jefferson's orchestra, from Richmond,
was present, and screened off by palms
in the hall recess. It tilled the house
with sweet strains of music.
To-day Is Mr. St. John's birthday and
nlso the twenty-ninth anniversary of
his marriage, and congratulations were
showered upon himself and wife last
evening In view of the happy occasion.
CARNIVAL OF ROSES.
This Popular Ewtcifcalwrneh* Continues
To Draw Large Crowds.
The Carnival of Roses was crowded
last evening. The entertainment wtu
a grand success. "A Scene from Fairy
land" was presented, little Annie Guy
ami Ethel O'Neil taking the leading
parts. Annie Guy took the role of a
lost ear:h child, who having wand red
into the realms of fairyland, is kindly
received by ?'' ? Partes and their queen
and is dually nduoted by them to hei
homo. The furies were Vitra Guy
Mabel Toms, Blanche Gale, Alma and
J-:ss-ie Harham, Blanche Bradford, Man
nab Moore Euro. Ethel Winston, Ann!
Sims and Ethel Weeks. This enter?
tainment -will be presented Jlhls after?
noon at 3:30 o'cKxk, at which tline
the price of admission and refresh
meri's will ho live cents each. Tin
entertainment for the- evening will con
sist of a short Inn: very attractive pro?
gramme of mi; : and elocultloh, after
which the play, iwhl.-h was presented
on -Monday evening will, request, be r -
peattc?, "Six Cups of Ohvvolate."
CITY GUARDS' SMOKER.
A Very; Delightful and Clever Pro?
The- City Guards held a very enjoy
abb- smoker last right in their roomt
?it the Armory. The attendance wnv
very large and enthusiastic. The pro
! gramme render il ivas as follows:
Rocrtoition .JVahn DaR>\
, Instrumental selection.
; .Or seen: Glee Clut
. Address.Col. William Lam'
Tenor solo.Leon IV lot
i; citation.Fred C. Chlsnell
Raritone solo.Erncnt Sykes
Messrs. Hayes, Parsons, ami Elchoen
Lieir.-nant Wright, Sergeants Camp
bell. II' Hand, Corporals Taylor. Holl
and Powers constituted ithe elllcieni
committee of arrangements.
Y. T. S. C. E. UNION.
New Set of Officers Elected for Ahe En
Tho Norfolk County Union of Ohr Is
linn End 'avor -met In regular sesslori
at Freemason Street Church of Chris
last night n-t 8 o'-.-lock, w.V.Ji County
Secretary J. F. McGlnnls in 'he chair
After a song service and Scripture read
lug !ho report of the Executive Com
mil tee was r ad, showing that ithe fol?
lowing officers had been elected for th
coming year: Profess r S. M. Smith, of
Berkley, president'; s. N. Oakley, of
Forts-mouth, vice-president; II. W. Am?
brose, of Berkley, secretary; T. A
Twlddy, of Norfolk, treasurer; II. R
Skuts, of Portsmouth, chorister; Mis?
Naomi T-vley. of-Berkley, organist; J. F
Mo< Tinnis. chairman Lookout Comm-it
tce: Miss Emma East, chairman Social
Reports from th various societies c.f
'.be union were read, showing the work
'ii a nvos-t excellent condition. It was
.1 eided -that 'the meetings of ithe union
i>e held hereaftn- on the first Thursday
night in each month at 8 o'clock, nex'
meeting to be held -with the soc.leity of
Court Street Presbyterian church, one
Tho Brambleton Democratic Club to
Become Iis Proud Possessor.
The Brambleton Democratic Club
met last night In Its nicely renovated
hall, and transacted considerable rou?
Tho committee appointed to com?
municate with Hon. William Jennings
-Bryan for tho purpose of getting blu
Do Not Conclemra
Cottolene bocause you had unsatisfactory results from no mo that was not
fresh. What elso aould you oxpcott You would not think of using rancid
buttor, nor yot do you say all buttor is bad bccaupo you got sous occasionally
that in not good, bo Just as honest and fair with
Iilko other cooking fats, Cottoleno bocomon Btnlo and
rnuctd in time nnd under certain conditions, and wbon
so should not bo UHod. Insist ou getting it swoot nnd
fresh, nutl liso It uncording to dlrootlons. 1'orfeot satis
I fuotlon is then nsmircd.
The BPimlnn \i boIiI every whoro In one to ten pound yellow Una,
wt(h mir trnde-mnrlct? "(Xtttotmt" nnd ttttr't /lead in cott?ti-]>lant
wrtatti?ou every tlu. Not gunruntetid If Bold In nuy other wny.
Made only by T1IK N. K. I7.IKIIAMI COMPANY,
Chicago. HI. Louis. Mew York. Montreal.
photograph for the club, reported that
they had heard from him to the effect
that the photograph had been sent, mui
would be here by the next meeting
of the club.
THIRD WARD DEMOCRATS.
Elect an executive Committee and a
The Third Ward Democratic Club
met last night with President Turner
In the chair.
The principal business was the ap?
pointment of an executive committee.
OS follows: .Messrs. John 1\ Nash. E.
lit. Henry, H. P. Motet If. T. J. Ran
dolph. W. H. Sotgeant, Jr., W. A.
Thompson, .lohn Pitt, and Tazewell
Ollle Digg? was elected collector for
Gen. 13. M. Henry gave a complete
history of the whiter load line and the
club appointed a committee to Investi?
gate the matter and report.
The action of the committee of I ho
Councils on charter revision In J.he
matter of recommending that the
Police Justice be elected by the Justices
appointed by the wards or by the peo?
ple of the city was endorsed.
The Executive Committee Is called
to meet next Tuesday night to ex?
amine into the proposed charter revi?
RAUL AT RIOITARDSiTN'S HALL.
The Hebrew Independent Association
Gives Its First Annual Dance;
The first annuttl ball of the Hebrew
Independent Association was held last
night at Richardson's Hall. Bank
street and City Hall avenue it was
quite well attended by nearly all the
members of the club and .their ladies
An excellent orchestra was present und
some lifiy couples participated,
OH'U'RCIl WORKERS* SUPPER.
The ladles of Epworth Methodist
church continued their supper last
night for the benefit of the church
building fund. It was liberally pat?
ronized and the ladles expressed grati?
fication at the amount realized at the
I two nights' entertainment.
RfE VI V'AIL M E BT IN G S.
The revivals at First Baptist church
and First Presbyterian church are still
in progress, interesting services being
held every night. These are well at?
tended and arousing much interest.
The Old Dominion v.eamer sailing
from Norfolk at 10:30 a. m. and return
Ing from Old Point at 11:30 a. m.. has
been temporarily withdrawn from ser?
vier. ja21-eod-t fe?
A FAIMOUS FLAG.
Removal from one room in the Treas?
ury building to nnothei of the Hag which
tripped John Wilkes Booth and caused
Ii I in to break his leg the night he shot
Abraham Lincoln has raised the ques?
tion of tlie proper disposition of that
famous bit of bunting. G. A. it. men
want it sent to the National Museum,
where it can be properly taken care of.
It is one of the most interesting his?
torical relics In the country, and should
be carefully preserved. The Hag hap?
pens to be in the Treasury because it
was presented to the Treasury Light
Guard along with another in 1864* by
the women of the Department. This
banner guard was of good use when
Jubal Early was threatening the Cap?
ital, but It did not have any lighting to
April 12. 1865, two nights before the
assassination of President Lincoln, the
Treasury Light Guard gave an enter:
tainment at Ford's Theater for char?
itable purposes. The theater was beau?
tifully decorated. On the boxes occu?
pied two nights later by President Lin?
coln and the White House party, were
the two flags mentioned. They gave
the boxes such a pretty appearance thai
the manager of the theatre requested
that the flags b allowed o remain until
the night of the 14th, when the President
was expected to be in attendance at a
play. The request was granted, and on
the arrival of the President at the the?
ater on the fatal nigh: he commented
with pleasure on the decorations, and
expressed admiration for the flag which
hangs in .the Treasniry. in jumping
from the box after shooting tin- Presi?
dent to'the stage below one of the spurs
on Booth's boot cnight in the folds of
the flag, causing him to lost- his balance
and fall, thereby breaking his log. The
tent In the flag Is shown to v'sltors, and
has been on exhibition for years.?
Washington telegram to the Chicago
'Marriages in India, during 'the year
end.il June 30th last numbered 23,000,
and the divorces 3.0SO.
RcliInc. Irritated, (culy. crusted Scalps, dry, ttun,
end failing Hair, climnsed, pnrltled, und benuth
fled by warm shampoos with Ci'tic?ra Soip,
and occasional dressings of CtiTictuu, purest of
emollients, tt.e greatest skin cures.
Trcntment will produce n elenn, healthy sculp
?wiili luxuriant, lustrous hnlr. when nil else falls.
HoM throiifcftot (ha wnrM. Tom* Duo i*n Ohm,
C"?i-.. Sole i'r i a . ruiilon.
(fTy* " lien lo prodiue l.uturUot lltJr," milled, fret).
<?tf !UQ AU BIBB ?hb Bo'-m* tmUnlly r*lt?T04
?Mllv UN rltlC by Ccrcicinu awtcut,
TUR E>ASTERIN SHORE.
V Region Famous for Its Oysters and
Thnt division of Maryland which Is
known as the "Kastorn Shore" contains
no vast extent of territory, and It Is peo?
pled hy no Immense multitude! no great
historical event has occurred there; It
has not had the fierce light of publicity
turned upon every happening within its
borders; It Is not a state; It Is not an
empire; it has no gold or silver or coal
mines-, no oil or gas well:-?; and It has
no Imperial possibilities; It Is not the
center of the world; no large metropolis
exists upon It, and none ever will exist
Nevertheless, it I? a famous region; Its
local name is known to most of the In?
telligent eil Isens or the United States,
and the place Indicated by the title I? at
once understood. It has a greatness of
lt.-? own, and has claim.-? upon public
attention. Its situation Is Interesting;
its population lias a marked character;
Us products are valuable, and are In de?
mand everywhere In this land, and In
many places outside of America; and Its
fame i.=> great because of the sensations
It provider for the p.alatcs of men.
(N? district In the ancient world wna
more Justly celebrated for provisions for
pleasing the epicure than this territory,
which is sometimes thought of a.? a mere
sandbar. The grapes of Epli:lam or the
onions and garlic of Egypt were not
more famous among the Jews, nor the
wheat Holds of Egypt among the Ro?
mans, nor the eel and mullet ponds of
Lucullus, nor the wine? of Falernla,
among the same people, than some of
the products of this region ore among
Owing to the
I will, from lo-morrow on, until dls
i posed of, offer my entire Winter Stock
! Ladies' Waists, Skirts,
J Capes and Dressing
at prices sure to make them lnst but
a short while.
This will be the greatest sale of the
Ho sure and get tho right place,
SIGN OF THE "OU/r BALL." Note
the following prices:
Ladles' Dressing Snoqucs, formerly
$1.26 and $1.60; now, !H)c.
Ladles* Capes, formerly $1.50 nnd 1
$2.00: now, $1.00.
Ladies' Capes, formerly $3.00 and
$1.00: now, ?'J.23.
Ladles' Capes formerly' $1.50 and
$"..?(>: now. $3.46.
Ladies' Capes, formerly $5.50 nnd
$7.Mi: now SI.DU.
Ladies' Waists, formerly $1.25 and
$1.75: now S'.le.
Ladles' Waists, formerly 75c. and
$1.00: now. 60c. ,
Also n full line of Gent's Furnish?
ings to go at equally low prices. ',
OPIUM, CHLORAL AND COCAINE HABITS
A radical, positive and permanent cure
guaranteed in 5 days. Absolutely harmless*
No "tapering off" process ?No substitu?
tion method. For P?rtienl?r!i ad-lrona in
.lion metnoa. ?tricle.t conOdenc? ;
it. A. GUNN, M.D., ' j
I 41 Cast 21 st Street, New York City. I
J. w. Damage, W. N. Waller.
Gamage & Waller
Wholesale nnd retail
Headquarters for Foreign and Do?
mestic. CEMENTS, LIME, PLAS
TKR. IIR1CK8, SBWER AND
CHIMNEY PIPE, LATHS, SHIN
G LES, etc.
Office and warehouses
12 to 1a PLU rVl E ST,
Near tho Brlge,
NORFOLK, - - VIRGINIA.
Keep mat Boot From Stairs
CORBIN'S LIQUID DOOR CHfeCK
THE BEST ON THE MARKET.
Rubber Weatherstrips, all sizes. "
Brass Andirons and Fenders.
Portable, Club House, Half LOvv*'
and Monarch Grates. .
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