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The Virginian's Daily Hints
HOUSE KEEPERS !
Monday, 4 th of February.
Oar firesides nais: be our ranctiiariCS, our
rrfuic from intaforton?. oar tlioito retreat
Jr^m ?11 the world.?Goldsmith.
B R EI AK FAST. Povl Hominy.
JNked Ap;l'?. Um? and Kggs. Muffln?.
Syrup, I'mekera. Coffee.
DltMtMER. lio.st Lamb, Potato**, Peas.
Ce'ery White and Graham Bread. Pickles.
M n ?<? niul Suuasli Pi?v
SUPPER., (iraliaui Mush. Warmed
Potatoes. Cold Meat. Apple Sauce. Cnkc.
Soak overnight one pint of bo.m.s. Ia the
morning partoU theiu luree tirue*. u?lng one
luiirtli lc- spoon of ?'?via in the Brit Tvuter. Put
in bean-pot with ore IIIri pound ol >alt poik.
two teaipooufnls uieli e . uiif oi mustard, one
of tall. Hake live hjura or longer, adding Bolt?
ing water. a>- needed.
To beat the white of eggl qn'cl.'v, add a
pinch ? fiia'it. Salt cool?, m ot cold egg* froth
They Arrive And Are Royally
SHOWN OVER THE CITY.
Spoeclies at the Business Men's
Association and an Excursion
Over the City in an Elec?
tric Car. The Plans for
The visitors from tbe Rappa
hauoook and northern neck region
arrived yesterday. Thoy came to
inspect tbe facilities of Norfolk as
the terminal point of a hue of steam?
ers which tliuy propose to establish
at as early a dato as arrangements
can bo made. Tbey wero enter
taiued by the BusiueiiK Meu'a Asso?
ciation aud dined as their guosts at
the St. James liotol.
WEtiCOMBD TO THE CITY.
At 3 o'clock the visitors nssemblnd
in the parlors of tbo Association and
were lormally welcomed by Gen.
U. M. Henry, who said:
"?ontlemeu from tbo Rappahau-1
nock: It is my pleasure to wel?
come you to day, aud to extend to
you the hospitality of this organiza?
tion of tho business meu of Norfolk.
Wo know that you aro not here for
pleasure alone, but that you come
to look at us in a critical light. We
think, gentlemen, that wo can stand
tbo inspection, and lionu tbut tbe
result thereof will be tbe binding
together of the Rappnbaunock sec
tion with Norfolk,
"YOf COME TO INSPECT
onr transportation facilities, and we
shall lend you every aid in our
power. Norfolk iuviteB close inves?
tigation aud oriticism, She only
desires fair cotnpetitiou.
"Why aro tbe greatest truck farms
of tbo South near Norfolk? Because
FIND IT PROFITABLE.
They nre within easy ieaoh of tbo
northern and western markets.
Here wo have tbe cotnpetitiou be?
tween direct rail anil direct wator
routes, aud the resulting low rates
enables the producer to ship at a
?'So we want you to
ESTABLISH YOUR LINE
of steamers to this port and trust
you will be enabled to do so protita
bly, and we nro stiro you e.au,"
Air, K, C. Murray, of tho Land?
mark, then made a low remark?.
"All tiling;, being equal," said he,
"1 should think you would cho??e
Norfolk as your terminal point,
Norfolk is now a great city,
SHU DOES SOT BEO
yon to come She says, however,
that she will be glad to have you
and she invites yon to inspect her
facilities aud convince yourselves
that the move will be a profitable
one to you.
"Any point in tbe country is as
easily reached from Norfolk as
from auywhere else, Our home
market iu excellent aud wo reach all
the world. So briug yonr tri
weekly line hero, and we are euro
you will not regret it."
RESPONSE BY MR, ttEB,
At the conclusion ol Mr. Murray's
remarks, Mr. W. McD. Lee, of
Irvington. Va., editor of the Citi?
zen, arose aud ou behalf of the dele?
gates thanked the president for his
kind words of welcome. He said
that a closer union between tbe two
sections was earnestly desired by
the Bappabantiock and Northern
Neck people and that their recep?
tion hero had already decided them
on nine tenths of the points at issue,
and he hoped that Norfolk would
encourage thorn to deoido tho othor
4 no tenth in her favor. If this is
done the lino will be put into opera?
tion at once. The proposition, he
etatod, is this. Tbe Weems line
will put on a line of steamers, tiro
Tided they are
INSURED AGAINST LOSS,
This the delegates desired the
Norfolk people to do.
No defluite actiou was token at
the meeting, whioh then adjourned,
and the delegates under escort of
Air. M, B. Orowell, the courteous
agent of tbe Old Dominion Line,
iuapectod tho Bteauiship A"Jamea
towu," when they
BOARDED AN ELEOTRIO OAR
and, under tho personal conduct of
Mr. W. A. Young, wero taken all
over the line, through Brurnbletou
to the power-house an.l through
ttfceut ?o Atlantic City,
Tbo gentlomon wore very much j
pleased with what they saw of Nor?
folk, although their visit whb,duriug
the most dieagreoable weather Nor?
folk . has experienced iu twelve
months. The delegates remaiued
in Norfolk lust night, aud rnauy of
them weut to tho theatre, others
saw Norfolk by gas light. Tho
party ib composed of the following
R Q Nenle, Bowlers; R W Bray,
Dnnusville; \V Y Morgun. Warsaw;
C P Grimes, Grimes; K U Phillip,
Tnppnhannock; John H Whealton,
Wtiealton; E O Porcivnl, Water View;
C P Taylor.OzeanujHeury Williams,
of Baltimore; John Plummer, Mar?
shal; John 0 Pwell, of Lancaster; K
Carter Wellford, Warsaw. Va; W
MoD Lee, Irviugtou, Va; Dr It A
Middleton, EUumeston, Va; John M
Syell, Parulmm, Va; B B Brocken
borough, Tuppahanuoek, Va; Hobt
L Ward, Wure's Wharf, Va; A Ban
j sono, Dunusville. Va.
When the delegates nssombled in
mooting lust night u vote of thanks
were tendered all who had showu
them courtesies when here.
THE McELVEEN CASE.
Fined Five Hundred Dollars for
The readers of The Virginian
will ronieniher that not loug since
Mr. ,1. B. MeElvoeu was in Norfolk,
reprosentiug a beuetioinl society,
and that later he wus arrested iu
Lynohburg ou a requisition from
tho Governor of Georgia, bo being
churgod with gambling in Atlanta.
En route to Georgia, Mr. McElvoou
aud his attorney, Mr, Adam Nowlin,
of Lynohburg, came to Norfolk. He
was soeu by a reporter of The Via
oik ian, declared his innocence and
o:ud ho would maku it warm for cer?
Tho Atlanta Journal of Thursday
nftornoou says: "Yesterday thero
wus a short meeting of the Criminal
.Superior Court, held for tho pur?
pose of passing sentence ou J. B.
McElveeu, convicted of gambling in
the Aragon Hotel, where he carried
awny tho pot zontuiuiug $300 in cash
aud notes amounting to $l,?t)?.
Fudge Clark lined McElvoou $600.
Ho guve notice, through bis attor?
neys, that he would carry the case
to tho Supreme Court, aud gave
bond for his uppcmunoe pending
the hearing before that court."
Wm, N. Poitlook, trustee, will
offer for sulo on the promises,on the
liret floor of tho lluddiugton build?
ing, at VI m. to-morrow, tho entire
stock of groceries aud tho other
goods, as well as the storo fixtures,
assignod to him some days since by
.lohn Z, Lowe, Ho will ulso soil all
other property which was used by
said ,lohu /. Lowe iu connection
with his bnsiuess; also all the stock
of groceries, (including wines,
brandies, whiskies, > and ull other
goods stored iu tho honso numbered
49 aud SO Concord street, iu said
city; also tho leases ou said stores
No. 51 Granhy street and 49 and ?l
Tho said stock of groceries, etc,,
will ho sold us a whole, to the
Tho inventory of all of said prop?
erty can bo seen at tho trustee's, 101
Fniieral or .vir?, waddi.
The funeral of Mrs. Ella G. Wad
dy, wife of Col. J. H. Wuddy, took
place from tho Second Presbyteriun
Church yesterday ufternooti nt
o'clock. Hev. Dr. Lnoy conducted
tho service, assisted by Hev. Mr.
Gatowood. Tho pnllbeurors were
Col. William Lamb, S. .i. Thomas,
Judge W. H. Burroughs, Luther
Sheldon, Major D, Humphreys,
Judge James E. licnth, W. T.Webb
and Mr. T. Cooke. Tho burial
was iu Eltnwood Cemotorv.
Convincing uvidence, sixthpaoe,
By roferenco to the advertisement
to be found in to-day's VlRQINIAN it
will be seeu that the Judge Edward
Spaldiug and Mr. W. J. Baxter, Jr.,
huvo formed a co-partuet'ship and
will praotico law in the courts of
this State and United States.
Mr. Baxter has beeu with Judge
Spaldiug for a long timo iu another
capacity, and has well earned bi
promotion. De is a young gentlo
mau ot iiue attainments and doubt?
less will succeed in his chosen pro?
fession as he deserves.
Civil service t xniuiiiitdoii,
A Civil Service examination was
held at the poetotlioo yesterday.
Twenty-two persons were present;
twelvo were for clerkships und ten
for carriers; two were ladies. Only
one miplicuut was colored. As tho
present test of eligiblcs will be
nearly clear by April 1st some of tho
persons who stood exniniuution yes
terday will not have long to wait,
ire Voit Iteul)
Don't you waut to hoar? Tho
Auraphouo will help you if you do.
it is a recent seiuutilio invention to
assist the hearing of any one not
born deuf. When in tho ear is in?
visible, and does not cause tho
slightest discomfort. It is to the
ear what glasses uro to the eye, an
ear spectacle. Au experienced
Aurist will be at tno new Atlantic
Hotel, Norfolk, on Thursday, Peb
rtiary 7. from 9 a, m. to ? p. m.,
where they can be tested free of
charge. Tho Auraphouo Go,, 71H
Metropolitan Building, i Madi sou
square) Now York,
The Lest stock of real shell hair
pins in the city, Chapman & Jake
A RECORD Ol' VOVfl MONIES, SIXTH
Happenings and Events of Seven
A DELIGHTFUL CARD PARTY.
Swell Hop at the Navy-Yard. The
Friday German. Two Society
Marriages. Mrs. Hubard's
Last Reception. Dance
With tho approach of Lent events
follow fast upon each other's beelH,
aud the "homo stretch" of enjoy?
ment is a gay one indoed.
The pretty girl is naturally anx?
ious to weur the pretty ovouiug
dress as often as possiblo uro sho
lays it awBj' for n season of rest,
while she attends bervie.es daily ami
repents of her llirtntions.
Tbo past week in Norfolk society
has bo'ju one of groat cnjoymout
aud gayety. Two pretty marriages
have marked it and so,; no of the
most onjoyablo hops aud germane
of the season has been givon during
Miss fbrrbbee's party.
On Tuesday evening Miss Ruth
Fetrebeo gavo a lovely card party at
her homo at tho Navy-yard, iu
honor of her friend, Miss Leaker, of
Philadelphia, Among those iu at
tondaue.o wero tho three Misses
.lohueton aud Misses Harper, Kessle.
Mnrdaugh, Elte Murdaugh, Billi
BOly, Fisher, Rain, R. lerroboe,
Niles, 1\1. Ferrebee, and Messrs.
Ooodridge, Johnston, Murduugh,
Billiaoly, Henry, liattou, Jones,
Ulddiok, Rurruss, Pierce, Corprew,
Tho prizes wore won as follows:
Gentleman's pri/.o won by Mr.
Ulddiok, while the ladies' prize was
wou by Miss Harper.
TUB naval hoi",
Tho nfHcers of the yard and of
tho ernisors gave a brilliaut bop iu
tho sail loft, ou Thursday tho ;llst,
11 is safo to say that, it was ouo of
the most elegant affairs of the kind
ever given ut the yard. Among
tho visiting young ladies present
wero: Miss Cameron, of New York;
Miss Parker, of Richmond; Miss
Annie Conrad, of Winchester; Miss
Hureamp, of Frederioksbnrg; Miss
< nrmteliael. of Frederickaberg; Miss
Stewart, of Annapolis; Miss Buss,
(with Mrs. Pollard) of Baltimore,
Miss Lesker, of Philadelphia.
The intisto was by tho PoHt Band,
ami that it was very lino it is need?
less to toy. Tho members of
the baud wero for the first time
iu their now uniforms uud presented
a handsome appearance. After the
dance a maguitieout supper was
served iu elegant style.
friday night boireb.
Prof. Bcllezza's Friday night
soiree was attended by about thirty
live couples. Many now gormau
figures wore introduced and a most
onjoyablo evening was spent.
The Academy of Music treated its
patrons to somo excellent perform?
ances by eminent .stars lust week,
und tho audienoes each night wore
eomposed of cultured uud appre?
Mr. Peutieid gavo & largo theatre
party to his bridal party to boo
Messrs. Frank Taylor, Tench
Tilghinan and Frank Wilcox gavo a
box party the sumo night.
t1ik. friday german.
Tho germau of tho Senior Club on
Friday night was u very enjoyable
affair. There was a very good at?
tendance. Mr. Frank Taylor grace?
fully led the dancers through the
mazes of tho pretty figures. An
elegant supper was BOrved later in
Tho attendance at tho hop at tho
navy-yard ye9terd:iy afternoon was
small on aooount of tho inulemenoy
? if the weather, but a very enjoyable
time was had by thoso who braved
mks. hobard's reception,
Miss Taylor's and Mtp, Hobard's
"At Homes" are a thing of tho past
"Tuesdays in January," They were
perfectly delightful. The lust was
"Yellow Tea," ail decorations beiug
in that much becoming color, 'lue
hostess, as usual, hud a bovy of most
uttructive young married ladies.
Tho Misses Serpell wero at home
ou Friday evening and wero assisted
in receiving by several charming
la iios. The Misses Serpoll aro at
borne on Fridays.
Mrs. Lizzie Koaru, has returned
from a visit to her daughter, Mre.
Baxter, in North Carolina,
Miss Addio Lodgers is visiting
friends in Baltimore,
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Parks havo
returned from their wedding trip
I and are at Mrs. Freddie Waters.
.Mrs. Biggs and Miss Auuio Byrd,
of Gloucester, have been visiting
Mrs. .Ionian, Tu/.well street, on hor
way to Biobmond,
Mrs. McMahan, who has been
visiting bet father, .Mr. Saunders,
No. 13 Grace street, has returned lo
Mrs. 15 en Baker's mother and
sister, Mrs. and Miss Potts, are
visiting her ou freemason street.
Miss Evelyn Dubuuy, of Glouccs
ter, is visiting her' sister, .Mrs.
damns Duncan, Roush street.
Mrs, Dawsou McUormiok has ro
turneti from a visit to Clarke conniy.
Miss (Joiistauoe Warrick, daugh?
ter ot Judge \V arriok, ol Warm
Springs, Vu., is visiting Miss Rom,
I vu font Mftiu street,
I Ul it IIKPUKI ,
wmmnoTof. i?. <:.. February 3. I84S.
t_.,R l"ir Virginia: Fair coldcf in the
rAiri parly iii.jniti.g, until] wiudi, lieuuiu
_hit variable. .
.- For Noitli larollua: (Jtiuerafly (air;
Mikatukk almanac.?rlsei. 7:04 a. in.
tnn sets.6:i2 d. ai.: atcb water. 2:61 a. ut. and
2:01) |?. Hi.; low water. 9:26 n.f:. and y:2'.i p. ui.
I.im in Ui hiufiiiin m! IJntU.
roa Ji uonu9 ending a .I'uLoj. ban
D.H. DtPAHT3iR?T or aOHtoni,TOUB,
> rvnir.u BortESC.
Local Office. Dodson Buildintr.
.Norfolk Va., February 2, is1." j
Maximum temDuraturu. 39
Minininni temperature. 32
Normal teuiuorature. dotluood from
JO fr irn',obt't?rvaiiou. 42
Douannro from uotmai.? i
Accumulated departures for the
month. ? 11
Accumuutod departures sinco
Jan. 1st. ? 17
Prooipitatlou, in iuclies.vi
Total pteciuitatiousiuob 1st ot tbo
j. j. Quay. Obsorvor.
PAULIST FATHERS' MISSION.
At St. Mary's Church Beginning
Hev. Fathers Hodges und Hopper,
members of tho order of tho Paulist
Pathers, will begiu a mission of a
week at St. Mary's Roman Catholic
Churchthismorning. Father Hedgos
is already well-known in this city,
und is a native of Hedgesville, Va,
Father Hopper is a native of New
York and is of good old Knicker?
The Paulist Fathers, to which
order the missionaries belong, is one
o! tho most important in the Catho?
lic Church, and is composed of dis?
tinguished converts to the Catholic
faith, banded together to spread tho
faith. They aro educated ut tho
Catholic University ut Washington,
Tho mission will bo begun at the
11 o'clock mass to-day, wheu the
order of the exorcise for tho weok's
services will be announced. Father
Hopper will preach at the opening
of the mission. Mass will bo celo
hrated every moruiug for a week
beginning to-uiorrow morning at .">
o'clock, uud instructions will bo
given the attendants. ?*
The last muss und sermon will be
held ut 8 o'clock each morning.
Services will bo hold ovory night at
7:30 o'clock, when instructions iu
tho faith will bo given, tue rosary
will be recited aud the sermon will
bo followed by tho benediction. Cue
ot the visiting priests will preach at
Again weloomed by Cupid at head?
quarters for all kiuds of valentines.
The well-known Hook und Art Place
of Nusbaum's, 128 Main street, have
an elegant variety nlso of new ami
popular books. 'Among the new ar
rivals are "Madame Sun Gene,"
beautifully bound, at 50 conls; also
"Mysteries of the Court of Napo?
leon, teuth edition of tho great
World Almanac, and how ftiuuy we
lind "Homurks," by Hill Nyo, und,
as always, the complete assortment
of February magaziues, that afford
oue so much pleasure iu these days
of intelligence. The Nupoleouic
craze has also captured Nusbaum,
oud their "art department" is now
piepariog u rogulac "Nopoloou ex?
hibition," He sure oud visit Nus
banm's, as you profit by the many
attractions offered at 123 Main
I'ress t'ltib Electing.
The members of tho press of Nor?
folk aud surrounding cities who pro?
pose to outer the Press Club will
meet at tho ofiicc of Mr. Joseph M.
Marshall, iu The Virginian build?
ing, to-morrow afternoon nt -1
o'clock, for the purpose of orj/uu
i/.ing und adoptiug a constitution.
1'ho Press Club idea has been very
favorably received, and it now looks
as though every newspaper man in
this vicinity wiil become u member.
The club will bo a very good insti
ttitiuu uud promises much sociul en?
joyment to the members. Having
nil the members of tho press behind
it, Hie organization will undoubtedly
wield a large iulluence for tho good
ol this suction,
TnE SIM n PAGE BHOOXiTJ fin ULM?.
t ultcd ? ItatrltlcN.
The report of United Charities
for week ending February 1st, 18*15,
was as follows:
Fifty loads of fuel, Membership
fees aud donations as follows: Judge
1. M. Whitebnsst, $~>; Ultl Domin?
ion Guano Company, Sib; Churles
Greenwood, 85; J, W. beasley, SO;
.Mrs. F. G. Mut hows, lot of groce?
ries; Davis Bakery, 1(18 loaves of
bread, C. A. Nush & Son, $10; H.
L. Page, $10; Cash, $20; A. U.
Graudy, $5; Cash, .^lu; E. .). White
hurst, $5; Cash, $10. Total, $J?.
Mrs. Emily Thor no, who resides
at Toledo, Wnsbiu^tou, says sue has
never been able to procure any
medicine for rheumatism thut ro
hovos tho pain so quickly ami
effectually us Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, aud that sho bus also need it
lor lamo hack with great success.
For sulo by all druggists.
Hur ?peeialty, bridal presents.
Chapman .V .lakcraan.
Read rnr. sixth page.
A Mriiinuv t'liiiio.
Possessing a lovely singing quality
of and au artistic touch, cnii bo
bought lor $250,
Tub Hi mi: Minor Co.,
_ 101 Main strcot.
Several curs ou route; must bo
sold; ulho sumo on track hero, XI.
U Owens, 27? Water street*
A Nebraskan Writes for Informa?
tion About Norfolk.
IS PLEASED WITH REPORTS.
Captain Borum, of the Chamber of
Commerce, Receives a Signifi?
cant Letter. May Look
Captain Dorum, of the Chamber
of Commerce, is daily iu receipt of
letters from the West from persons
desiriug to locate iu Norfolk for
busiuoss or iu the surrounding coun?
try for agricultural pursuits. The
chamber has cent out many thousand
circulars giving tacts and figures for
tiio in tor unit ion of those seeking in?
vestments here, and thoir oli'orts in
this diroction havo brought forth
abundant fruit. The. following let?
ter was reoeived yesterday:
A.UBOHA, NFt!.,* January 3 Ith. 1S95.
Capl. Samuel /.'. Borum, Norfolk,
My Dbae Sin: f oxpoct to make a
trip to your city and State very soou
iu the interest of my prospective
settlement there, and largely at tho
request of roprenoutativos of the
Chesapeake aud Ohio Railroad Com?
pany, in ordor that L may beoomo
fully advised of tho material re
Bouroes and advantages of tho couu
try, so that 1 may be able to advise
u largo contingent of tho forming
element of this and udjoiuiug States,
who uro determined to leave here
on account of the very great uncer?
tainties of tho crop season.
Tho last season witnesses one of
the most destructive to growing
crops over kuown in tho West,
which will certainly cause a vory
largo movement of immigration to
i'rom all that] I have hoard and
been informed of concerning the
oouutry around Norfolk, I must
say that I am favorably impressed,
and propose to look into it, as above
Will you kindly supply mo with
such insinuation as you may havo
at baud, nud at the sumo time givo
your best judgment as to tho out?
look for mo,
i would be pleased to boar from
you, and may ho ablo to boo ami
talk with you before many wooks."
J'ho writer of tho nbovo will be
supplied with facid aud printed mat?
ter to fully satisfy his inquiries,
: j A Hiuli Com |i 11 in i'ii (.
Boltot, Conn?"I am vory much
ploased with tho ollect of your Sim
motis Liiver Regulator, and havo
recommended it to a good many
friends."?E. A. Hose, Your drug?
gists sells it in powdor or liquid; tho
powder to be taken dry, or made
into u ten.
Witnesses examined, Ctii page,
1>avis At tho rt-ai l n o of hot
pareuti, No. 80H Dinwiddie ? root. Port
raoti h, Va., January :11st, is '0 at 3 a. m.
M. UKI Lau, uaughtorof William a. au<l
Mary A. Davis, ujjad IT yearn, iu mouth*
anii 2 I days.
f'tiiif ra'i this (Sunday) AFTEltNOON
at .; o eio -k. i'rom .Monumental m. E.
o nrcli. V lends and aoijuaintrucea are
invited to attend. t/><V3g
THE COUPER MfiRBL? WORKS
HI, 713 4 115Bank Street.
LARGh SIUUK OF FINISHED
Uooumeou sou Wnmmn
l.tmuy for lnmieuinui uolivorv
In nddition t:> the exception?
ally low rate offered by tho a<a
board Air Line, it oil.is its pet?
rous tbo advautaKo of a tipooial
'Jr.nu Icaviutt BATUltbAY, Feb
ruary 23d, at li p. m., arriving
New OrleauH at 7:36a. tu.. Mon?
day, February 26tb. This tram
will ba rim in ad litiou to the
regular Atlanta Hpec nl, nud wiil
t>o under the personal supervi?
sion or Mr. J. W. BltOWN, Ju..
Fur Information or sloeping
enr reservation .ii>|dy at Unlou
'j icket ooiee, 11 Main street, un?
der \. ,M. r. A. building, or W.
V. H. WILLIAMS, Ticket tgout,
217 High Btrcct. PnrUino itli.
T. .]. AMU'.KSON.
fr-:t tf (ion i Passenger A^ont.
fit Seven Sisters1
One of tho woll-known SEYEN K13
TLi.b will he at
Gatiing's Pharmacy, 94
I^oi* Twt> Weeks,
BEGINNING FEBRUARY ll: r;,
and ui!l bo pleaded to havo all t'uo?0 in
tcroBtoJ in the growth and
I Preservation of l?ic I lair
und the treatment uf tho louly call oa
bar aud bo instructed,
OUR LINE FOR 1895.
See our $75
than line we
Until further notice the STEARN'S BICY?
CLE will be sold by us. Samples on exhibi
bition February ioth.
A M *} * FBI K t?T?. A^l?'^ i: !?I K N??.
VAN WYCK'S ACADEMY MUSICS
Monday and Tuesday Nights, February 4th and 5th.
H O V T ? 3
just as good as ever : isn t that oood enough?
fol-'.t Heats now on .-alo. Prices?26c, TO'', 75c and 81.00.
Shoos for ladies.
Sizes?2i, 3 and
Widths?A, B, C.
U, S5 &HDS6 SHOES!
164 MAIN STREET.
te&f New Shoe Store.
ONE PRICE HOUSE.
Ducks, Ducks, Ducks.
FIGURED PIQl ES.
\SOoi. CREPI iNS,
Ne w and very styhsh.
We me showiiiK tho moat ovnnialto
lino of I ABLE LiiNEM nn.l .\Ai KiNsj I i
match tbnt bee ever b< n Bhown In the
city, ami t. o 1 r^isi lino ot WUITK
O??Dti EilliKOlUERIKS AND ti&OEfl
ever i-hown nt low prices
83 Main 8trcot, Under Academy of Music
The Snow-Church Company,
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
RICHMOND, - - - VIRGINIA.
Itrauoli nVfps .11 ?Ii tho principal
eilios o. the l nit a .States nod counoc
i om it'i a! ourli of the world, All
bu iiifMs irituaacted litroctly witn our al
, torneys. Address lor nailiculais.
amu sm ken ts
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
\V II? III 111: (Oil, I'- < ?
Mr. Allen t iltns pleasuro in aunouno
int; to the niusi (-loving pub io. that an
arrangement '?>?? b-eix niaile with .Mesum.
Aiiioy. houuofi'cl hihi Urau, le aeea ami
uaauugera of iIjo .Metro* oli.au op ra
iiouao. Now York, for a h-.asuu of
GRAND OPERA HOUSE, WOSllfllOfl, D. C.
to take |>lacc on
Tluirsiay Evening, Kol r ::<rr "1-:.
Warner'. 0| era, LOUEKGRINT?
Friday Kreutne. teliruarj -?'<<,
Vo dl'a Opera, OTUELtX).
Saturday Matinee, I .?? ruary '? 1.
Uuunod o (jpera, FAU8X?
Saturday Evoning, Februan 23d,
Maaaeuet'a Opera, MANON.
vwi: oi* SKA'*'"? Season Ik-kcta for
the tour iteriortnaaect *t.;I lie <>n nalo ni the be *
ortloeol Qran 1 iiiiera liouae I rldaj nud Satur*
day, February gth uud Mb. Thoaaloif a*at?
fur alugtu p rf.irni awn will ?ncn attba aauie
placeou I'u. May, February I'.'tli, aud continue
Uaiiy tu llie ciota Ol tilts engagetUtttt.
< r Iiotra au 1 four R>w? of Orcheitra
ftrchcatia Clrclr, remainder. i o*
Balcony,Aral ilira- rowa.5 u*
IUIi uy, uexi three rowa.-i w
lltltoiiy, remainder. of
'.?II rv. all resvi n-J.2 ???
Uenerul AduiU'ion. i! i">
Gallery Adiulealoil. 1 U?
Bm l, 110 and ICO.
'J'lckcn ti lUe prrfurmance can be aecured
throiiKb Mr. U .1. CALI.AUAN, Au at A N \?
W. S.B. CO. f..;,:..U>,l7
Y'AN WYOK'S ACADEMY OF MDBI?"
MONDAY, FEBRUARY II. 1893, TOES'
Da*i MAriNEfC, KEBIIUAHY 12ru,
l) KAM A I IC l am A t a,
Reserved aeat . SI: goncral admiaxion.
75ej I aleony, 6uo; matinee. 50c. Box of
Ooo open for 8hIo of reserved teaIa .Sat
irdav, Fobruary nud Mond.i\. Fubru*
iry 11 ja29-l3l
NEW ARRIVAL I
Mndamo Suns G< n ?. ! oun I. at COo.
Croat World Alrannao. 26c,
Myater oaofthoi out of Napoleon r.Co
Rein?rka (7cry e,.uiicai by Bill :?>>?.?.
now .>n ! luoxponaivo, at
! NUSBAUMS BOOS AND ART PLACE,
128 Maiu Street.
C-i' Phono, 725.
LAWRENCE & HOLMES,
Pare Drugs, medicines, Ciiem.icais.
Peif?meiy, Cigars and
GliRW 8KIK8 BHD SP?H?ES,
ill ti/oa an I at lowest jo-icoe.
at hinda. whole and cronn-t
OFPO. SI'. JAMES UOXBI .
HO. 76 [flfil.1 STBEET, HOBFOLK. |g.
(ioo is lioliVero 1 promptly to all pmu
of the city
I reacriptiona ao ur.it ly i oin| ounda)
MIME MINK SCARFS
WORTH 96| NOW 13.50.
Men's Derby Hats, $1.50
'I \M O'SHANTAH FOR Ol RLS, ONLY ftio
Walter J. Simmons & Co.?
Ill MAIN STREET.