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\1TAN i KD ?a first-class retail do hing salesman;
" onowtaohaa comuianl ol ami can iurucnoa
tmde; splendid salary to light ma i. Appl- ??.
Virginian office, nirli) St
UKKipK MATItON, airmailing hotucketpar.steaui
loat atrwards, ladles' couipuutnu, tralued
Burse, child's uovernra?, Ihre? i on feet lottery in a
5adi??. dentist's office attendant, tirontr white
?errants. LADIES' KXCIIANCK. 100 Ma.n -feet.
\y ANTED- Ship chandler'i clerk, office man
*' aaer, t7A; faotory watchmen at one*, 12t?j; bar?
rel basket catkir*. six boya, two euglnacra. oir
I r lara. iwout* i-aerai purpose man, t ali early,
TIIK EXCHANGE, lttl Matu street. mrlll-U
Ml ANTED?Young laoy ol reflnemenl disirei
position u- ladlea1 traveling eompaniou,type
writer, aa Dtant I.kkecneror lieht office workj
ri-fcnnei". ? \ra.inL;.-1. .\-t?lie.^ Mis. M. W. P.,
Vlrgiuian olBce. mriT- tt?
"IITANTED -Energetic men ami women, hoyeeail
*i glrla, to canvaa* foi Dawn and Dink. Apply for
territory id once. Liberal irrm. t., ibo ilg?l per?
son. Apply Mondnj and Ttieaday, tsth and ISth,
from lOn. u>. t?:4 it. ni., KW Mia.tie itreut. i'orts.
anouth.yu. Mit-" .1 11. wlmim.i:. iurl7-2t
\W?NTKD A g< ml boy to elo?n ?ii ami make
1? bini-o 1 ? nerallr useful; must be iicsl and
tidy, Apply in Dr. LEVY, 17 Uranby st. inrb.-it
YVANTKD?A s c .-I llai: I iien?r?l M.i.!...t>
li >n-e I.hense. Address LICENSE,tbia office,
Op) A l> vv 'in AliKNTH -I 1.1.IM. TIIK
Ol- Koyul White Mo. al Plater 01 laklim or-deis
t .r plating; tiada secrete; formulas..Ipts. etc.,
Cat ti.-h, d lie", a good a.-elll 1 an nuke t ?0 or time
t'OUsand dollats per year ?Uli Ibn Itoral l'laler.
)?'? r tmii?j, etc.. addieaa UK AY &? CO.. Dialing
Works, Cnlumlnis, Ohio. ?.V5.1
Al'ANTM'- A fi nt-class 10I 1 il croli kdtled; un?
it demands mat king. Apply 81 Church street
aflei s a. 111. feu
AV'ANTI'l' l.adj a;riu? Ibtotighout Virginia to
w handle an article 1 hat salla ou ita tnertl. Ad
?treae IK!I I :ftb arenua ?, I. , Itoa-nokc, \ a. Ocl2Q
\l'AXTi:t' A.i et- 1 ? I..V. order* by tauiph at
>V hetuaor irevel; e\p use 1 ainl good salary or
commission to rlghl jnrtj Samples lent on sis
]> lull Ion. Add iea>, with slump, 1 o.k box -P.'1'.
j\ew yoik ' Hy.
UNK Oil two tiKNTI.h.MKN can ?hta n board
und contra labe r. 6m with pilvae Ikwily,
Tena modii le; references txehaugtd. Address
V.f.,care Virginian selfi
\I7ANTEOi ? R|ieetai AdTerlTslns Canvas-era,
>' familiar with premium uterchanille trade;
c.inney maker ni 1804 Alao clover general canvas,
s.r? on ireatral seli.-r of I be day, BTANLEV
liltADI I.V. (i I . 1 . s; . Ni w Vo?k.
MflCOlAL, Mil 1'IOKS).
JOST?Oh Church, Frecnnion, lijnk or Comnicr
1 elal Place, siltcr 1.in kle, with Initials "M. II.
.." F.nder rewurdid by returning 10 Virginian
Olli ItBW lltDwlll be paid for ibe de?To y 1? hie
Olt'of ?mnll binwii nude, which atraj .1 from
my lai 01 on Maaon'i 1 r.i-U nboul tea il?\? auo
uirr.- iw It. 1? BAI.1'1
C3-D0Y0U M l.i> Mi ... 1 ? If ??,gel up
ami. and nunc ' < em
Ii prices. mils. I. .1.
Inn. h slrael.
in i v 1? LEND In 1 in
rDICCIAlv?Comn'i'lf asanrlinrul ui Kebruari
o Magazine?; Ituskin'a Works beautifully hound,
12.4? pur act. Shakcs|>eare'a one-hull Itusaia '.iml
lnga.nl S2 19 for I lie set, and many 61 her bargains
ai M SIIAI M -, I'J: Main stuet. Net folk; Va
I ?:? I
tin/ Blenilaboa,In !.. ? p. book t. 1- alan p. w=*vjt
5i0i111 ii. nod bur) . i . v. . :. | St. n. Y. Jtx Jf
nventor id Woodbury'a Kuclal lioup.
lor Iba Ontal I 1 call Meats, Uc,-f,
Mutton and Veal, nicely btitcb
fi??b, al 1 easunal.fe pi i, ,<s
a,call at Mall .Nu.3. P. II,
EO. W. RAMSHY.',
?RHSCRIPTI01NS ;Z aded. 7,
Druno. I'atenl Medicines, Tollel Articlea,
( iita^ and robaccO. W. V. I'll! I l.lt", II
Ifalnatreet. _ _leaa
E Oil S.tl.i'.
10K 8AI#K? Foiir-Siorj ii. use on Ibo weal end
1 nt Veil, urn late I liiiproveuients. lor
terms ap, h 1? V\ N i lll>S.I \ i I'O. .. rl.l-lm
i'oll KPN r~S'aMe and office,earner Union and
' Ch rib slieetf. ApM? 1? w. II. KKSTIIIuSS,
V.' Hank il o l,?r M?. D. MALO.NEI. f iee
n uav, 1 street. n rlU-lm
i?OB KKS'l On l-'renna*on street weal of (iranby,
1 iw.. dedrablf rooinr.wllli all .iunieii ?-. aas,
lain ami ailoiillon; r, ;. rem es ? x. baaged; m der
sie hu . Address It .1. II ,?aie Virginian, nirlO-lf
J'-Oll III N I Two tery dealrabl? rooms wed ?1
* Qranby ilrect on 1 rreiuaaoo, with all conrni
ance- gji. 1 ail. "id atiei.l.on. Ibb re 'cca
(hanged; modalala tent Addrcaa 1;. II. U lare
ROOM FOR RENT.
One in two gentlemcu can oldaln a nicely fnr
m.-i.ej room, rant rail; located, with n'A modern
gonvealeneea, luelnding bath, Raa and beat, with?
in three miuulea walk oi tbecWiiU Inn. 1. C
V ., care Vilglulan. l.oltl-t(
i 1 >K KENT Itoo?i? ?iioii 1 Main ?TrTel. Suila
j' ble for dressmaker. oo4
1 vervti.Mlv is 'I'atlkliiB
about our Arisf? Datino photographs,
}Iavo you seen IliQtu? Wo nro also
DinUiuc; a Bpooial of Iwelvo eabiuols
apt! 16x'20 ouamel photos for S't;
itvolve oabiuets und full crayon 31, 13.
?. Campbell, 172 Main struct,
The News, Personal, General and
Political, Concisely Recorded.
MORGANTON MILLS SOLD.
Good Fruit Prospects. The Legisla?
tors Ashamed of Their Work.
Senator Cook Resigns. Big
Increase in Passenger Traf?
fic. Will Investigate.
Special Dispatoh to The. Virginian.
RjUiKldir, N. C, Maroli 18.?Thoro
was ice yesterduy uieruing, but uo
damage was done the fruit crop. The
secretary of tho Stato Fruit Urowors'
Association enys tho prospect for a
largo crop is exceedingly fair.
Foster Bros., of this city, have pur?
chased the Mnrgttntou mills und take
charge of them this wool.. Air. Armis
tend Corvund, of this oity, formerly of
Norfolk, will be connected with these
Tho Republicans end Populists are
keeping very quiet since the .Legisla?
ture adjourned. They are thoroughly
ahhameit of tho work <if the Legislature.
One of the clerks of the latter body to?
day attempted to apologize for its
rascality by saying: "You know bad
bills are always rushed through at tho
cud of n session."
A Republican hero was told that tho
negroes were tired of fusion with the
Populists, aud said: "What can wo do
by ourselves without fusion?" It was
a confession of weakness.
Tue Legislature cost, as far ns ro
ports yet show, $72,604, iigniust S65,
'.tT'i in 1893. All the roturns are not
yet in, as eouio clorlts are yet hcto,
The Htuiiding inquiry about acts of
tho Legislature is "Did this bill really
pa;>s both houses or did tho clerks pass
it?" The Secretary of State tells mo
that one day tho enrolling oletk
brought him a butch of live nets which
hore tho names of tho Speaker und the
president of tho Soutito. These nflicuils
discovered that the bills had never
passed tho Senate and so sent for tho
bills. Their letters will bo published
niul bound with the laws.
Senator 0. A, t ook, of Warron, has
tendered his resignation us Senator,
This means that be will make u li^ht fur
thu Judges hip of the Eastern Criminal
Court, to which tho Legislature at
tempted to elect him. (iov. Curr has
sent out tho commissions to Judge I?.
I'. Meats, of this circuit, und Judge
Thomas A. Jones, of the Western
Criminal Circuit Court.
'lno reduction of pssBeuger rates on
the Seaboard Air Line is to continue
until next autuniu. The Coneral Pas?
senger Agent states that the passenger
trullie has iuoroased over 100 per oeut.
since tho cut in rates iiegun.
It is leurued that the public printing
matter is to be investigated in the
courts. It is uiloged Ihne thorn were
frauds iu the award, uml that heuco uu
investigation is necessary.
Tho Into Legislature's appropriations
uggiogntod over 31'25,0U0 more than
in.iso of tie Legislature preceding.
Some of tho liopuhlicauH are claim
ing that thu Fred Douglas resolution
matter will solidify tho negro vote.
This is u strange assertion iu tho face
of tho fact tnat all tho Republicans
who can do so, denied witb ?;ront bit?
terness ot language that they bad voted
for tho resolution or would ever have
A cuupany has been organized at
licit Springs. Itobeson county, to build
a 5,000 spiudlo and lot) loom oottuu
mill on the installment plnu. A com
pauy has also been organized to build
tho Kod Spriuga and Jiowtnau railway,
some twouty-Iivo miles, through tho
piuu tunhur hihI turpentiuo region ol
ttichtnond county uml to connect with
the Cape Fear anil Yudkiu Valley rail
Tho Police Hoard appointed by the
la.-t Legislature takes hold of tiio af
fairs of Wilmington, so fur us oflicesgo,
April 1st. It is said that already 800
applications for office art? on hie ?nil
from UepUblicnns,o( course. No Demo?
crat need apply.
U'litin Hie llliill .lliat? of tin- Hornilie
Hang like a pall ovor t ie turlaie of tho
, oiit in. it ?ili hu ?cli for you nature ventnr
; lug Iu ihi raw, vaporous a r ehar-'n l. p r
I hapy. With the sotiisol malaria or p.'Ovuc...
Inveot rliouiuatlo twinges, to laae i?ino
j gin r-lu! of 1 lostet er m Mloniueh Hut. r , au.I
I tlidm Shield yourself '.rom iitmu-jiii.-ri ? in
it .. it es threaten ug to In altb. ii you hap?
pen 10 gel miiomo i, sleetoil or rained ituou,
I u e the same preventive and avoid tin r imi
i uu mo a tlanueruiH ojld. Tlio agruou bio
wiiriiitli 111f 1 HO i into tl e e re I ii ou li i is
. Keiiial stoiiineliic. its in igorutiug uu i renu
litting properliia coiiiinond it tu nil a pro
e . live o tlio fuel t-i.ii pn volition is Letier
thu ? ?uro. Uso tho i liters for dyspepsia,
h Ii o miles*. norvotlSUFfS anil kidney trou
hte. sick heada die debility.
>atlmil I'ricert ??mr?-."
To tho contrary notwithstanding, it
hits been demonstrated that "high
grade" good:, at thu lowest prices iu the
city aro to be had at "The Casket."
Tho liest grades of watches, diamonds,
jewelry, silverware, etc., are to ho
found at 158 Alain street, mid for high
I price, you will say high grade aud low
prices prevail at "Tbe Uaske.t"
IfOllKll Hlc? V* liiil. it.
Five tbousaud bnsbnls, highest mar?
ket price. H, IS. Owen, 275, .77, j7.?
W ater street,
Chamberlaiu h Cough Keine, ly gives
1 he best eatisfaotioo of any cough inod
lcino 1 bandle, ami as u seller leads all
other preparations in this market. 1
reoommi nd it because it is the host
medicine I over handled for coughs,
cold-und croups, A. W. Bat.dridor,
Millersville, 111. For sale by nil drug?
It, ii,mil iiikI Kv < rnoH.
Large huo walking ennos, hooks and
crooks, sterling silver mounted,from SI
up. Chapman A .Inkeninu.
Mr, 15. It. Finch aud family, for?
merly of llutlur county, Ohio, uro now
residing at Xo, 114 Uosorvoir uvonue.
The Local Board of Iniproveiuont
will meet to-night ut 7:30 o'clock.
The W. O. T. U. will meet to day nt
3:30 o'clock p. in. with Mr*. Henry
Williamtou, 120 Willoughby aveuue.
Miss Sullio Dnuetou, who lms buen
visiting the home of Capt. H. W. Qill,
will roturn to her home in Petersburg
Mrs. Alexander, of Reservoir avenue,
complains that her window was broken
Suuday by a bull thrown by some one
in a crowd of boys playiug iu the
Mrs. Capt. Rotel Ross, Wiudsor ave?
nue, who has heeu sick u number of
days, is bettor.
Services at St. Peter's to day at .r>
o'clock p. m,
Little Louise Claihourne, who has
for snnio timo boeu aflhoted at tho
homo of her pureuts, 140 Windsor avo
niie, is improving iu health.
There is n groat meeting going on at
Spurgeou Memorial Baptist Cnurch.
Eight moiuhcrH wero received mto the
church Sunday. There wero live con
versions Suud'uy night. Mr, Marlin
will preach during the week, having
two services dully?3:30 and 7:1>0 p. m,
There wero live accessions to church
memhership nt MoKoudree Sunday.
Mr*. Messick, of Mozart uvouuo, hna
on exhibition a hen's oy,g of immoiiso
size, weighing four ounces,
The Society of Cheerful Workers
I will meet to night at 8 o'clock at tlio
residence of Mrs. Osborne, Front
stieet. All the members of the Puptist
Church uro iuvited to aiteuil this meet
ing, Refreshmeuts will be served
The Ladies' Aid Society of Asbury
M, L. Church will meet at the resi?
dence ot Mr?. O'Couuor, corner
Cnmp and Colley avenues, this after
noon ut 3:30 o'clook.
There was u public reception of forty
six members into Colley Memorial
Church Sunday morning. Resides
these, th reo others wero reoeivo I by i
certificate and two nioro received iu
the evening. Iu all there wore Klilcou
versions and twenty-live reclaimed dur?
ing the meetings held by Mr. Gales.
All tho churches share iu the hnrvest.
Mr. Gales is conducting two moetiugs
a day in n union etl'ort at the Lambert's
Point Presbyterian Church this week.
No man wiio has been iu Norfolk has
so fully won the love und appreciation
of thu people ol tins ward by his noble
service. As a niAn, a gentleman und a
minister ho leaves behind him an iu*
llueuce, the results of which ouly eter?
nity can ndoipintcly estimate. the
meetings will continue in union meet?
ings oi the young people during tho
The Rev. J, Chipmnn, pastor of tho
South Congregational church in Pitts
lield, Muss., is visiting the Rev. R, A.
Robinson, and preached twico to tho
people ot Colley Memorial Churdh.
Tho condition of the Lambert's Point
road in this ward will prevent some at
I tending the tervices at Lambert's
?Jr. I'.oliiug Miller, ol Mathewsaoun
ly, is on u visit to his brother, Capt. J,
Rev. W. S. Leake, of tho Third
Church, preached to a crowded bouse
Sunday night on thu subject of "Uur
Sunday ufternoon at 4:55 o'clook Mr.
W. 1. Nottingham died at the resi?
dence of his brotber-iu law, Mr. An?
drew Dutch. He leaves a wife and two
children?a son, Victor Nottingham,
and a daughter, Mrs. A, B. Stanuton.
Ilo had been a great suilerer from
paralysis for a number of years, and
died in his 56th year. His fuuerul will
take place to-day at :i o'clock fruin the
First Baptist church. J nterment will
be in 121mwood,
"I'm afraid," said tho writer to tho
mngazino editor, "that 1 can't give you
any more Napoleon anecdotes."
"Why not : '
"I ran t tiiink of any more. "
"And yet- you came into tho employ
of thi:i concern with pretensions as a
man of original ideas!" ? Washington
Struck l..v Ills Own lleauty.
A Uappjr Medium.
Tom?If you had tho privilege of
kissing a pretty girl on tho right or left
cheek, which would you dp?
Dick?It would bo hard to make a
ohoice, but between the two I should
probably lind a way out of thu delimma.
NO NEED Of II.
Homes Filled with Weak and Ner?
No Need to Feel so Weuk, Tired
Eminent Physicians Give Assurance of
This Fact. Anil Tell How to Over?
come the Terrible Weakness.
Now is the Best Tun.- to Get
Strong and Well.
That there is no uocd whatever for a
person to tie weak, tired und nervous?
the three groat nurses of our people
eetuna now u certain fact.
Kmiuunt physicians albrui the truth
of this welcome news, and ample proofs
deuiuustratu the reliability i>: the tutor- j
luanou we uru able so gladly to give.
It is certaiuly a godsend to those of
our people who have weak nerves ami
tired bodies, who feel exhausted in
strength and vitality, who canuot eat
or sleep well, and who aiu run down
and debilitated) to know positively that
Dr. Greene's Norvura blootl and uerve
remedy is a sure invigoralor and
strength giver, and will invariably
make a person strong and well. l'ur
ticulnrly is it n blossiug at tins timo of
year, for in I be spring almost every?
body reels languid, nervous und out of
order aud ucuils this best ol ull spring
Doctors are enthusiastic in their ap?
proval aud endorsement ol this rem?
edy, They heartily recommend and
udviso its ute, and many id our best
known physicians are loud in their
praise of its wonderful curative pow?
Dr. b. D. Dickford, of Woloott, Vt?
ono of Voriuont'a eminent physicians,
"1 have iiBed Dr. Greene's Norvura
blood aud nervo remedy for some tune,
lirat tryiug it ou myself, and I futiud
it did inn so much good that I now
recommcud it to my patients. Tbo
fact that I have used it in tuy own case
shows that 1 know what I am talking
about. As a touic aud iuviguraut it is
the best ol all to timid lip a person,"
Dr. Kobort W. Dunce, of ?O. Wood
bury, Yt., than whom theiu la no ixioro
emiueut physioiau iu the stato of \ er
"I havo known about Dr, Greene's
Nervura blood und nerve remedy aud
the good rusults in oases, us u ionic,
alter hnrd sickness and tho cum ol
nervous females. They have received
great good from its use. I do uut beul
into to recommend it."
Dr. William 11. Morse, P, 1!. S. Sc.
of N. J,, tho great export ou modi
ciues, suys of ibis grand discovery of
"The trim-remedy for nervous dis?
eases is Dr. Greeue's Norvuru blood
uud nervo remedy. It acts I>v atleotiug
the organs of nutrition, aud entering
into the formutiou of now nerve tissue,
which guunratos nervo force. This
means tho making ot new nerves'. I'r.
tireeuo's Norvura blootl anil nerve
remedy is the Amerioan nervo touic."
I lie weil k nowi: Dr. Ktuil Neumer,
superintending physician of the N. V,
Lodge and Association Hospital,states:
"We are usiog Dr. Greene's Nervura
blotnl ami uerve remedy, tit this bus
pitul for otir patients, with good sue
This enthusiastic endorsement by
physicians slumps this remarkable
medical discovery us tho greatest tonic
and restorative, I'rupgists tell you
everywhere lhat it cures more cases
than any oilier l.uowu remedy. In
fact it makes all who take it Strung aud
One reason which [gives the people
so much coulidcuce in it is the biet
that it is tbo discovery and prescrip
tiou of Dr. Greene, of :!"? West 14th
St., New W.tk City, the well-knowu
ami probably most successful speoinlist
In curing nervous ana chronic, diseases,
autl to tho further fact that ho can bo
consulted frco of charge by anyone,
personally or by letter.
Too Much Itemoree.
There hail been a fetid of long standing
U twocn two Galvcaton darklos. They
wi.ru oontlnrtally fighting ami quarreling
Not long SlllOO'Ono of them died, autl, to
tho astonishment of the colored popula?
tion, the other one attended tho funeral
After the funeral services wore over M.o
Rev, Aiiiliiidnu Ulctlso, the presiding
clergyman, met the surviving enemy anil
said impressively :
' I was much pleased to see yer at de
obsequies nb yore olu enemy. Hit does
credit to dc goodness on yore heart 111)
shows dat yer don't carry yoro present i
inents beyond do grave. Kvor body is
prnlslu yer for yore goodnoss. "
"1 dunho about dni or'. I had to loto
half a day swork nttcndindnt nr funeral,
and de Hilde says'bustnoss fust und picas
uro afterward,1 and 1 tuck do pl?*usure
fust and tlitl my work nfterwortt. 1 roi kon
I ought to bo ashamed of myself;-?Texas
The Wity the l ?se Was Settlod.
"A wire grass Uoorgla judge lias just
decided a hlg tlog case."
?? How did It turn mit?"
'?Von see, a man went toToxnsnnd left
his dog with a neighbor, ami when he
oauie baok he wautcd tbu dog."
"The judg? dooldod that the man who
had tho dog didn't haven title, und that
it follow who would leuvu u> good dog
oughtn't to own otto."
?What tlid the judge do about HV"
"Kept tho dug himself." ? Atlanta
Paying rot- Ills Education.
Wool?So you have boon sued for ureaoh
of promise, oh?
Vail Pelt?Well, 1 expected my course
in holies' letters to cost me something ?
Now York World.
Overheard at th? Hall.
"This Itnll opens r.alter tamely, lint I
tunas it will end fashionably enough."
"I hope so too. All's swell that ends
well, you know."?Texas Sittings,
Sun Cured Leaf, grown in the counties around Richmond,
ij[Va., makes the choicest, sweetest, most lasting chew on earth.
HOSEfiJITlS IDE m TB1S-CHEW PHI!
$T. C, WILLIAMS CO., ----- RICHMOND, V?
\\J \ V rP |^ I V *l>e public to know that I have opened a down town office
No. 4f> Commerce St., near Main,
Down Town Office,
where orders for LUMBER, WOOD AND COAL will
receive pionipt attention.
Yard East End Falkland and Charlotte Sts.
Our buyer, in his recent
trip North, r.ecurcd a beau?
tiful line of Novelties in
Pll3se Silks for Dresses
and Waists, and other Nov?
elties in Silk Fabrics.
Also a splcndid variety of
the very latest specialties
(or Spring and Summer
Dresses, Including a beau?
tiful line of Crcpon3 and
Moreens for dresses, and
a large variety of Wash Fab?
No*. 98 and rear of ?2, 94,
90, 98, H)U and 102
A ?? V-ti '! KU ? n
If AN WYCK'S ACAI)K.\n "i MUSK',
1 U i I>Si -l?\> , \i tKCH -'int.
Acrompaa ?* t 11\ Win. ileduiond and a.ompaay
of nlayera tu ine rouiutlit ?ouiedt th*
Student Of Snlamanca.
Sea tun >ule Muinlix. fi:t -. 51. nuil 11.00,
\r as WYOK'ri A CA DEM V OK MUBIfl
.Mou 11 y Mio. oil Rreiiilig, AtAllOII 25.
THK i SlTK 1' >V i'l'KH MAKINbl Hand.
t il ler the leu Im h |i of I'rof K Kailclulli,
aecotupan oil uy the folio >iu; aololktsi Jlim
i a re Kuiiiu irliiia donna; A r l.oitie
(leheoko. truiuhoue. Mr I'rank Tuoinpiou.
iO net and Mr.Henry Japer, Itilte. m?i on
?.<i(! '1 bur day, Seist. * I'rie *, ::.*'. 60, 7Ae nu i
I'ltlM'os \ LS'
DltOPOSAUS KOII r-lTIM.IIM Kult THK NAVV
1 VAFtD, NOiiFOLK, VA., March l.'i, IsW eauU
elpr.piaa <i ?l.r r-.l ?? l ? i - .|...~?!- For supptlai lor
I*? Savy-yanl, Not Folk, Va., to ha up lied April .'.
1-."., n'.ii Im rectlved .it I lie llurmu -a Ruppl'ai
mill Ac out.t-. Saw DorarmiiMit, Waslitbglon, I)
I'.,until 13 o'clock' noon, Ap U !f, ISM, and pub?
licly opened luiuioliitrly Iben-alle-, (o lliriilslint
ill Navy-yard, Norfiilk, \*u, .1 i|Uiutilj ol broken
done, gravel, mud. I'oriiand < run-nt. bur.an*,
yellow |?lup, ir..n. hardware, brie- a?d ??? >j. it lulu
lite The or, ote*iiilmt eluiloriu to tho Navj il n l
i ii id i.j-- ii.e uaual naval luipo u-.u. Iliui.k
I. up. nah will I., ruriilnlied uixia application lu l lie
Navy 1'ay int. -. Norfolk, Vj. ihe attention of
in n'ifacinr>r* ami dca'cr? t- invited, Tie bids;
aU.otht-r thing* l.- in--: Lipul. decided I j- lol, The
tleji iuntil r. eiv ? He rigui ui walvitilef.ct ? or
to io ?? i any ? i nil linl* no; Hceine ad van lau.
10 llio i...,, run..ui. FUlWIN SIEWAliT, I'ay
nlattor Uojtral I !?, N. in I'J-tuAi i.'.'w"
THE Ml S3 VOGELS,
BERUH COHSERYBTCRY OF
1 KACHlilt?CjK PIANO, VIOLIN AND
THEORY OR MUSIC,
mmi'.iIm, TO THE i.Mi.-r CONSERVA-I
roitv Miani u-.
Modeln lancutcer taught practical!) mil iiu
orci Ii ?II? ?fiel i in-, mil 11 od of ii.' ii. ihn >? ln.ui 61
; age, ? iHii'iy pupils learn rapidly to ppeak
hi.; id read mi.l miir l-?tilii rear* cxperii-n u
u <:..,.i m..i.. ?nti-. Ames & Hurke, Main urcct.
or Daily Serv ice! %
V New Supply of New Edition ?
! PRAYER BHD HYMNALS ]
^ at Special Low Prices at ^
% 128 MAIN STREEF. %
Having secured tho .-olo agency for tha
Chambe s-McKec Glass Co.,
r.iaiiufActiirtrs of the celebrated "JEAN
NEl'Tli' biailds WINDOW OLAS8, -.v..- uro
prepared to nil uii orders fiom <mr large
SlOCk. Tills ginn? is a kltiiH leilgu I l y tllO
trade to ho Oqual in strength, clearne*>i and
all other respects to tue oost Kreuch glass.
COOKE, CLARK & CO
RASS GOODS AT COST. THIS WEEK ONLY.
1 U!,!j:,:t? JOHNSTON CHINA CO.
A. S. COOPER,
4M Bambleton Avenue.
LPUDTCTIAN 1 ??? I1-'"' hi ascnuc. I'liona Yard full ot Coil
. b U l\ 1 J I 1 A 11, sud Wood. PiIces as low ?? anyhodr. I inr^i facilities flag
" ";- PROMPT DELIVERY.
fALL AND LOOK IN WINDOW WS?'S
Bbiiic liavo been lubiiing a fi. Sow (hiring floods > min,; la erery
day 01 the laical il)l a. .i. M. CAItlt, 8ti Main sticot,
UR Aim IS TO PLEASE ALL. ^^S^&Si!Mt$
in tins line of mopjiw? Is tbo new |iul?erl*lnn machine, 'p daily Im Dick? dealilit? eoflce Kroiiud
??r; ii I'olll.'. mil |ii mid attention ;lvcn everyone. CiKLA'P ATLANTIC ANlJl'ACT
KICTKA I OMl'AN Y, v>:. Main all , i.
FIAfflRS XV 11 DO I'awnbrokore. :17S< l,m >, s."i,.,."t (t.?,r ,l?or,
. JALUOJ ?X IMVU, froui Queen! are tho most literal money lend.
rr?.,f Nun,,1k bit 'all kind* ol ixraonal jtropcrty nt u iu? ralooflut res.; Mail
oOMiiwnlv t'l'in, will I? |,.Iptly itiendud lo.
LONGFELLOW'S C H O I C I? uiaiket. Mm Exchange la all Havanna. Try
.1,0,0 brnndaand^miwUI ainoka no other._ p. T. WISE & CO.
FAMILIES MAKING MARKETING TO-DAY V'st^P?k
1 Iii i i ANIi I'llOVISION STOIfliS, 1811 Church street ni)|.i Holl atreel, nnd Xt New MarkeS
b|aiea,ou lliewir atirct, everything ulce III Hie Beef and Provision line. 1'rli e, the lowest. -
COAL, COAL, COAL.
l.fOO t.ii<Choice I.elilRli Store, Nut ami Egg Coal, Just' re
veiled, No adYuutu (u prlcta,
\\.icllun in Hike advantage nt i lie i> nl snap by advancing
I |r!ct'?< "one ate In tin Coal t xchauge, but weaie not. < all on
us for price or phone. As long rs we have cool on hind yointe
GORDONDE CORDY & CO.,"
'leb I'll. '? I. !ll> llormuda alraet.
WORLD'S ARGAND RANGE I
The Best Stove on Earth for the Money.
R A R l_ O R SUITS, BED ROOM SUITS
nnil all etiler FUltNITUltK at prices too low lo mention.
?ir-CASII Olt CliniYIT. 'jyita'ndayj Church streak,
RED CR033 AGENCY
Private diseases ol whatever nature, yle'd re*dlly, Female diseases ef
nil kin is arc steadily cured by I Ijriii l;rd Cross Kleetrle Natural Me.lletn.il
Watei or Oil.
\v bblcaaled by VC, II. TKRIIY .v ? O., No. 113 Water street.
Southern Agcnoy?311 Church street.
J. beshett. liie Diamond Broker and Jeweler.
A RARE! INDUCEMENT!
Ite.in ed front ?20',) to $90. Ilamlsomo 18 Karat Gold Hepeatet
Watch, with horse lime combined, worth ilM, will he sold lor v'.w at
J. BENNETT'S, 110 Church St,
l ri mi fish ! OYSTERS, FISH and GAME.
FRlitiH 1*1 SH Fine Shad and other Fish in ereilt variety.
FRESH l iSll >? Retail at 31, 32 and 33 City Fish Markets
I I > I i i niei] I T. A. BULLOCK, Agant,
I RfyOll I 1 O I I I i utrlici-and Wholesale healer.
|. I ? i,'S I I I ' I S H I ni'POTS ' 1 0('ainpbeira Wharf.
I I\COU I lOtl J l?l.nn , t.,m.'r,.| Washington and llrower streets.
IMPERIAL HOTEL and RESTAURANT, 173 MainSU
UNDER INI EI W IVlAtVJACiElrVlElISl-r.
Kvcrything flrat-class. Bar stocked with the best nnd tho rostaurant furnishes thai
Lest iu aeaaon LYNSHaVi.n OYsiKtis aapecialty. Service tliu vor/ beat,
GREGORY & WESTON.
RUPTURE OF IREN, WGRIEN HMD CHILDREN
Permanently Cured in Thirty Days.
No Knife. No Pain. No Honey Until Cured.
Atlantic Hotel, Every Wednesday from to A. M. to i P. M.,
Beginning February 6, 1895.
xcnroLK mm cure mmi
$5.50 Per Toi-2,240 Poiis-CiSE!
RAWLINGS, NICHOLS & CO.
Tbebe, "i1*. Office ami Vard, S Nlaleon street, next ,-nst 61 forty. _
WOOD ! WOOD 1
Am sf llitiK beat Oak ami IMne Wood, cut In any length atiJ split at $1.23 per
quail 1 cur.I ur s? per oord. Stock always large,
CHAS. EC. SCOTT,
PHONE 251. 1 ovett and Keservoir areouea.
East Main Market,
EAST MAIN STREET.
Itereited In-daT lariie qtiatit It lea of t'.lneess Anne Poultry of all ItliiJs. A ?jj^MlQaw
full supply of u?t stlecteil Vcgoiablet; also Frulls, Chow-Chow, Vlcklei. etc. Choice ?SHffl?
I alifnralH I'aaebes aad l'ine Appie, ur wkaterez elae >ou may want to supply >oar _?LZ3iL
lablc. ^mff-mm -?r'
H. SCHLOSS, Proprietoi-.