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Very Close Vote in the Select
THE IMPORTANCE OF ONE VOTE
Mr. Bunting's Opinion Not Known.
I Ho Will Cast the Deciding Ballot.
Should He Vote Against the
Law it Will Be Defeated.
The vote iu the Select Council will
Be very olose ou the liquor ordiuance.
There will tie a tueetiug of the Com?
mon Council uext Tuesday night,when
the ordiuance will pass with a good
majority. The week following it will
come up iu tho Select Council und Mr.
Bunting, of the Fourth Ward, who was
not at tho joint meeting Thursday
night, will have tho easting vote, and
should be vote agaiust high licouse
the ordiuance will be defeated by uuu
I Nobody at present seouia to kuow ex
I fectly what Mi. Ruutiug will do. When
tbo lines were drawn iu the tight over
the appointment of polioo captuiuB Mr.
Bunting voted against the tuujority of
iboBO with whom ho had previously
I affiliated. If the ordinance is defeated
I in tho Select Council it will go to a
I conferonce committee, uud there will
possibly ho a compromise.
RECITAL NORFOLK COLLEGE.
The Young Ladies of the Elocution
Tbo pupils in tho elocution depart?
ment of Norfolk College, under tbo
. direction of Mips Crocker, gave an ex
oelleut recital last uight, which was at?
tended by a large ami very approuia
tivo audience, Tho progrouimo was as
Fart First?"Jimmy Drowu's Steam
Chair," Harper's Young People, Miss
Naunie Allen; "The Augel and tbe
Shepherds," from Leu Hur, Lew Wal
I lace, Miss Lucille Kauisny; "Auut
Miliesey ou Hoys," Trowbridgo, Miss
Indy Mooro; "The Cuptuiu'a Well," I.
O. Whittier, Miss Eva Smith; "Tho
Message," Adeluido Troctor, Miss Nel
Part Second?"Jotiks," VouJHoyle,
Miss Martha Fpe>; "F.lopemeut in
177?," Auou, Miss lioso Moritz;
"Church of St. Micliacls at Charleston,
8. C," Stansbury, Miss Mario slaugh?
ter; Jean lugotow'e poem, "Echo aud
the Ferry," pantomiued by Misses
Lila lves, Mario Slaughter, Nellie Ma?
son, Luoille Ramsay, Eva Smith,
Frances Uudges, Martha Lines, ludy
' DETECTIVb LAY LOR RESIGNS.
He Says Commissioner Bolton In?
Detective Geo. W. Lay I or resigned
yesterday from tho force. Mayor
Pottit when Been and asked tho cause
said that Commissioner lioltou wauled
Laylor to testify iu the case against
tbe Chief of Polico and told him that
he wob iimier u cloud and ho hud hotter
inako "a clean breast" ol everything.
That Lay lor considered the remark
offensive and resigned. Mr. Lnylor is
a tinner uud will ut once go to work
for thu Norfolk oud Western railroad.
Tho detective says that several times
the Commissioner has spokeu to him
in an ollensive and Uirt atoning mufi?
tiro l n?i tCvrniuB,
The alarm of tiro turned in vaster
day evening carried the department to
the warehouse of the Norfolk Virginia
Peanut Company, a large four story
brick building ou Union btrcet, where
dense volumes of enioho was issuing
from the windows of the fourth-story.
There was considerable excitement and
Several hundred people soou gathered,
expecting the destruction of the ware?
house and possibly adjoining property.
The department was ready fur service
and when Chief Ryan located the
Hamen bo ascertained that a strcum
from the pipes was uot neoetsury aud
extinguished the lire which was in a
pile of peanut hulls with buckets of
water. No damage.
XkeSlnb Will it. HereMiurtly.
Have you an ordinary or a fme
watch that is not running satiafaotorily ?
When others have failed bring it to C.
I". Greenwood A- Bro., who will guar?
antee aatiefaotion in every particular,
The only place to have a chronometer
Sated hy actual transit observations in
"Tbe Casket." Diamond rings at $0
and $8, worth $10 aud $12, A special
bargain of a gem at $100, cheap at
$201). Other bargains iu watuh and
1.0 Pieces of filiina MIS at 9}r, Yard,
Our buyer, who is now in Now York,
lies just sent us 1C pieces of figured
China silk, which we will place ou sale
this morning at 25o.; '20 pioces, eaoh a
different color. Plain China silk at
Sue. yard. Some great values iu blaok
China and snrah silks. AI) spscial for
balance of this week. YVatoh for our
special sale next Monday. Announce?
ment Sunday morning paper, Levy
Bros,, 174 Main street._
A new line ooming in evory day,
book marks and manicure pieces,
Chapman &. Jakeman.
We make a specialty of remounting
diamonds and fine watch and jewelry
repairing, engraving, etc Chronome?
ters rated, Chapman & Jakeman,
Chamberlaiu's Cough Romody gives
the best satisfaction of any cough med?
icine I handle, and as a sellor loads nil
ether preparations in this market. I
recommend it beoause it is the best
medicine I ever handled for coughs,
colda aud croups. A. W. Baldrioou,
Miilersvilic, 111. For sale bv all drug?
ttetice Frank H. Gale's "adv."
Mr. 1". T. Thomas, grocer, is making
ready to ocoupy his elogaut now real- |
deuce, built by Mr, 0, O. Barclay, on
Tho week liaa beou lino for work and
marken progress has beou in ado on ull
lines of activity,
Misslaunie Weaver, corner Ciay and
Claiborne avenues, bad a goodly uum
bcr of bor young friends with Uer
Thursday night from K to 1- o'clock.
They participated in games aud other
amusements. Hofreshmeuts wore
served nnd a good time experienced.
Mr. P, j, Albright, who was bo uu
fortunute us to lose everything ho bad
I on !u' i Sunday inoruiug, being nu oc?
cupant of one of tho bouses owned by
Cupt. 1 h.mius, ; now resides at 1(1, Ce?
celia avenue. Mr. Albright is very I
' grateful to nil that roudered bim u
helping hand during bis timo of need,
Mr. Uaupt's lots on Marshal) svonue,
j which woto excavated for buildings,
not yet put up, are under water, owiug
to Homo defect iu druiungc.
Tho traveling public and tho resi?
dents along streets w here electric cars
run, would bo much pleased U> see sumo
arrangements put in operation for lay
iug tho dust by sprinkling, otherwise
it will be dreadful iu dry woatner,
"The Pmnokss ?Bonnie."?Williard
Sponsor's couno opera, " l'ho Princess
Bonnie," which comes to tho Academy
next Monday nnd Tuesday, as it Bp
pears on tho boards to day was ubout
two yearn in growing. When tbo
opera was finished ho had something
?Ter 320,000 iu available funds and ho
promptly put overy dollar of that sum
in staging "Tho Princess Bounio" iu a
thoroughly elaborate manner. Mr.
I rani; Unuiel's family in "The Littlo
Paok" is with tho company, which, as
a whole, is first class, "The I'riuoess
Bonnie" is the most popular comio
opera betoro tho Americau people.
Seats on sale.
"Tin: Fast Mail."?"Tho Past Mail"
was presented at the Aoadomy of Musio
last evening to n top heavy house, who
seemed to enjoy tho show, judging
from tho applause. Among the scenes
worthy cf mention are tho realistic
freight train and tbo view of Niag.uu
Falls by moonlight.
Griillbv Mreet I ai.-i.aloii.
NoaroLK, Va., March 2Blh, IS'Jj.
Eilitor of The Virginian.
lou do well iu recommending to nnr
Councilmoii prompt activity cuueeruiug
the completion of Urauby street ex
tended, und most especially should they
regard tho importance of tho proposed
bridge across Smith's creek. This of
itself is a purutuoiiut step towards ac?
tual progress, let alone the development
of a territory winch only awaits desira?
ble accessibility to establish its popu
larity aa a residential quarter. It is, of
oourao, understood that tho section
betweeu Queen and High streets, is not
now, nor will be for eomo time, iu a
condition for paving, but nuy consider?
ation of this I act should iu no measure
delay tho ereotfou of tho required
bridge. A view of the course, though
at present nutinisbod, soon convinces
duo of its requisite position for ouo of
Norfolk's most promising thorough
tares, and it is to bo earuestly desired
that tho work bo pushed to a complete
I In Wltlta House.
Nom on;. Va., March 'J'J, I8C5,
Editor uf Tho Virginian :
The "littlo bit of history" in refer?
ence to our naliouul "White House,"
uppoarmg in your issue of to-day, is,
according to my inlormatiou, not
1 have always been taught, and bo
liovo it to be true, that tho way in
which tho President's residence in
Washington eumo to bo known as tho
"White House" is as follows:
All of tho public buildings iu Wash?
ington, except the Patent ofUoe, wero
destroyed by the British under Gou.
Boss, September 24th, 1814.
Soon niter the I'roaideut'a residenco
was rebuilt ami painted white, i'rom
this time ou it hns been knowu as the
"Wbito House" bv roaiiou of its color.
F. II. S,
'I'lio Hub \i ill lie ?lere Miorllr*
GRAND SPRING OPENING
At Mrs. P. Ries, No, 104 Church |
Street, Next Tuesday and Wed?
During the past lesson wo havo built
an elogaut well lighted show room as
an addition to our store, which will
enaulti us to show our beautiful jiattern
bats and bonnets, und u complete as?
sortment of millinery goods at our
opemug, which takes place next Toes
duy aud Wednesday, April ".nd and
Ladies aro respectfully invited to
attend, Mrs. P, Bies, 104 Church
street, _ mh'28-tf
GRAN D~F IN A L S ?TfT.
Trustee's Stock Dry Goods, Notions,
Curtains, etc. Sweeping Reduc?
tions on Everything to
Having bought of Morton O, Lever?
ing, trustue, "at a big sacrifice," the
stouk of dry goods goods, notions, cur?
tains, etc., at 106 Main street, wo will
oner for the week, commencing Mou
day, March 26th, everything in stock
at greatly reducad prices. Everything
marked out in plaiu tiguree at prices to
move the stock fa-d. Call and see tbo
bargains. Wright's, l'.Hi .Main street.
'Ilia Mul> Ulli lie lleru Minrllj.
It < i.-ur-. Iii? House,
The Bed Bag Poison sold at Bur?
row's drug store. Warruuted tbo
strongest article mode. Only 25 coots
a pint. A brush giveu to apply it. One
of our hotel men says: ' It knocks tbem
silly. 1 would not be without it."
Did you say your eyes were troub?
ling youV Sue Frank 11. Gale's "adv."
Children Cry for
Here a Little and There a Little of
Doings to Interest.
POLICY SHOP OWNER SENT ON
Married in Richmond. Body Taken to
Maryland. Stabbing Case Con?
tinued. The LongSlcepcr Re?
turned to New York. New
England Cotton Men.
fj Fair weather to day.
Capt, F. It. Lassiter, of 1'otorsburg.
is iu thu city.
The Rallcntine Homo for tbo Aged is
I liter. Thomua Dixon dr. and wife, of
Now York, ere iu the city.
Judgo Ilanckol sentenced four por
uous yesterday to tbe peuituutiary.
Tbo delegation of New Bugland cot?
ton uiauiifuoturors will arrive bore
Tho City of Para, cargo and freight
money wero libeled nt Newport News
The brigantine Stac}-, (Mark, is
hauled out on Gravoa' railway, whore
ehe will bu ovcrhaulod.
Thu shipmeuia ol uoul for the week
ending March "J^th, wero 45,088} tons.
Biuoe January 1st, 103,272 tons.
(ioueral Manager Barrett uud Kncro
tary Payne, of the Ocean View rail?
road, have gouo to i'hlladelphlu.
Mrs, William M. Kottew aud littlo
daughter, Mils Pearl, huvo gone to
Philadelphia, Pa., to vieit friends.
Karl Karlaon, wbo took tho long nap
at Si, Vincent's Hospital, has so tar re?
covered as to bo able to go to Now
Mrs, H. Zabriskte and Mrs. E, C.
Sterling, of New York, oro Minting
Mrs. W. H. Broughton at No. 03 York
Oapt. Cbas. (.'. Sparks has pnrohaseil
the large and powerful tug George W.
Smith, of Harllurd, Conn. Sho will bo
used for towmg iu this port.
Tho body of Capt, Chaw. F.. Sim
mous, of Frederick, Md., who died ut
St, Vincent's Hospital, was taken to his
Louie lust uight for interment.
Rev, Dr. J. R. Howertou, pustor
Oloct, will preach Sunday al first
Pieshytoriau Church. Subject at
night: "Tho Christian Tdoal."
President Hoffman, of tho Seaboard
Air Line, demos thai Mr. J, T. Ander?
son, general ticket agent, will sever
his couuuetioii with the company May
Mr. Harris P, Smith, a native of this
city, aud formerly physical director of
the Y. M. C. A,i was married in Bich
moud Thursday tu Miss Isabel Woiso
J. D. Williams was soul ou to tho
grand jury yesterday, charged with
conducting a policy shop, Ho was
hailed for his uppcuruuee iu tho sum uf
Tho actiou of tho Atlantic City polioo
iigaiust tho city, instituted to recover
salary, will bo lakou to tho Corpora
tion Court, Thu meu uro duo 83-1
A deed was recorded yesterday
trausfenug from tho Hunker..' Loan
und Investment Company to Walter H,
Tu. lor u lot ou the south side of Shel?
don avenue. Couaideratiou, $1050.
The oilstom-house people here huvo
bet-u busy tor the past few days assess
ing the cur^ii of the eteaiuer Lambert's
Potut, Thu receipts ut this port on
her cargo will umouut to about $5,
'Tho case of Commonwealth vs. John
?Welch, charged with stubbing Juseph
Miller, was called iu the Police Court
yesterday, oud continued till Friday.
The accused was bailed in the sum uf
A class of ladies have graduated from
the lieireiit ol' tho Sick uud received
their diplomas. Tho graduates are
Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Sykes, Miss Oaks,
Miss Crcekmorc. Miss Smith und Miss
Mr. Thomas H, White, lato chief en?
gineer ol the tug Louise and c hup in in
of .Marine engineers' BeneUoial Asso?
ciation No. Hi!, is stopping with Mr,
W, B. Huwoll, of Baum association, at
Capo Henry. j
Visitors Cotton Exchange yesterday:
J. C. Mcekins, Sr., Columbia, .s. C;
A, H. Slooumb, Fuyetteville, N. C; F,
O. Overton, New York city: J, F.
Rison aud A. Gerat, Danville, Va.; 1'.
The .11 oiler n Way
Commends itselt to the woll formed, to
do pleasuutly aud etluotually what was
formerly done iu the*crudest manner
uuu disagreeably ai well. To cleauso
tho system uuu break up oolds, bead
aohes aud fevers without unpleasant
after effects, use the delightful lnjunl
laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs.
I.n ri liudv la'I'stlldiiff
about our Aristo ITotino photographs.
Have you seen them? Wo oro also
mailing a special nf twelve cabinets
aud Hix'-iO enamel photos for ?1$;
twelve cabinet-, ami full crayon $4, R.
S. Campbell, 172 Mum street.
;ilic nub um Ue I* ereNbvriljr*
Ice rr.aui nml It utter in Ilk.
Mac's Dairy Lunoh Rooms will com?
mence on Saturday to servo ice cream
ami buttermilk, Tables tor ladios at
'S- Commerciul I'iace.
A severe rheumatic pnin iu the lef
shoulder had troubled Mr, J. II.
lioper. a well-known druggist of Des
Motues, lows, for over six mouths. At
times tho pain was so severo that he
could not lift anything, With all ho
could do he could not got rid of it
until he implied t hambor lam's Paiu
Balm. "J only made three applica?
tions of it," be says. "And have since
been fiee from all pain," He now
rocoromoudri it lu persons similarly
uftiicled. it is for sale by all drug
I Pitcher's Castor.a.
l-'orecoal lor lo-ilnv.
wa'insuros.d. C.Mnr h to, 1335.
J or Virginia: Eoutttwestetly winds
Por North Carolina: Soolhwesterly
wind* and w.irn.ir.
MlxtATUaa Almanac?Sun rises, fcWl san sals
:2S. High water, 11:17 nud.l l:.'.l a, m. l?w water
IJ aud .'> U a. in.
I.ural He leornloir lout; nun.
[fob '21 UOUas kmunu 8 o'clock i ist muht.I
U. s. Dia-AtiTMEXT ok Am.i' ult?bb,
Weatiieb Buueai , I
Lucal Oftice, DoiIbou Bu i ling,
N ililoi.K, Va., Mar. h 29, 1S93, )
Miuimutti temperature. 37
Norm il.temporiiture deducted rrom 20
years' nbrerrutlon. 50
Departure from normal. ? 2
Accumulated departure for tho month ? t!
Aeeuiuulatol depat ture sluce Jan. l ? 3 12
I'roeipilalnni. Ill inches. .U
Total i reclpltation since 1st of the
J. J. Okay. t> n error.
I'll III I en Ilona ICei < ive.l.
Tin: Ckntukv Maoa/.ink. -Tho April
Dumber has beau received from tho
publishers, its couteuts embrace Lifo
if Napoleon Lounpurte, .Mu.lumu Ko
jane, Lincoln's Re-election, Lobert
Louis Stevenson; Teslu'h Uamilotor and
Other luvouttom), aud Religions Teach?
ing in tho Public Schools. I'rico SIS
Tnr. Cosiiopol'.tan.?Tho special
features of this magazine for April are
China and Japan by George Frederick
Seward, oud J.nglish Country House,
painted by Lady C. Camidnill, Among
tho other articles aro Picturesque
I'upuu, The Kraka ton Eruption, 'Tho
World of Art und Letters, and English
Wood Notes, Price 15 coots.
MVI!|tl Itv II ryrliuic
t)f approbation to tbo pinnae o of popular?
ity, ilostetter sHtomajli uittershasaoquirod
n uomiuamiiug po.iuou, win ill b.m occasion?
ally made it it bright and shiuing mark for
knives, who se- it to foist upon the com?
munity spurious compounds in the guise
akin to that of tho real article. Thim-aie
mostly local i.itters or tonics o: great im?
purity, an I, of course, dev. i i of modi al
ottioscy. Ho .are of them and el the gou
ii.ne Hilten a real remedy tor malaria,
rheumatism, kidney trouble, dysueps a. ner?
vousness, constipation au i bilioiisuoss.
Physicians of eminanca everywhere com
inoiitl tho great iiivigoruut, both for its
roiuodiai properl esaml its | .r.tv. a wine?
glass thriceii day oil! soon I riug'vigor an 1
regularity to a disordered auf enfeebled
On Saturday morning, at 11 o'clock,
I will begin my ?rst silk isle nnd will
place the nicest aud cheapest lino of
silks over offered in Norfolk from 'Joo
to c?2.?0 per yard. It. A. Sounders,
Hr lliiiili ?114 III ? rank.
Large hue walkiug coues, hooks and
crooks, sterling silver mounted,from $1
up, Chapmuu A .luUeman,
i In- Hub \v ill Ho Hi-re Miorllv.
ITIOI'OS * LS'
IHtoroSAI.x Foil si I'l'I.IKS Kol: IHK KAVV
I VARD, mi. I ol,K, VA? Msrch 1.'?. !?!) ? se.il
nl pi p-a- soder*ed "froposils for Buppllei for
In Navy-yard, Norfolk, Va., t > be op ned April.'.
I-'.'".," will be received al ibi IhireaU >.i Supplies
sad AocouoH, Navy Department, Washington, l>.
i .. oat I ij o'lloek neon, a|> II ;s'.i". au l pub?
licly upeueil imiae II i iv l hercsflo.*, lo lurhisliat
Navy-yard, Norf .Ik. Va, aouanilty oi broken
stone, gravel, sand. I'orl ?n.l Cement, burlaw,
ellow pine, lr..o, hardware, luasi sail e< p er tub
ic. The art e a ? must con lot in to the Navy m?n l
ru au.I pats i lie liMial naval inspe tion. It lank
piopuish will be furnished imo apt Heal loa i . the
Na>> Par Oltce. Norfolk, Va. 'Ikeattention or
in nafactur'M and dealeri h Invited, 'lie bids,
alt other i blags being equal, decided by let. Tins
dep rtuien re-er? ? i e i gin lo waive defrcti or
to reject any or all bids nut iteeine advantageous
to til.' tiovrrnweul. KbUIS BTEWAHT, I'ajr
ititrr < e > r?l I s. x miHMu&a .-w
If you have dyspepsia, indigestion,
habitual constipation oi sick headache,
don't diet. You need t'.^ strength that
good food gives. Eat whatever jou
want, but take one ol
after meal; until cured. It yon are constipated,
get bottle with white labe:,? I lerwisewith >? How,
AlaUoracgisU. ejeeatt. Scad u us fti ftee taaiple.
DR. J. A. DE A XI-: CO..
Kias ton, New Yor k.
SAM W. SMALL,
ATTO R NEY AT U A W,
No. 8 Hili Street,
NORFOLK, - VIRGINIA.
Mr. Small will praetiee In the Courts of
the State and ol tuo Uuiti . states.
'? ELIAS BALL'S ?
? ? ?'
f Nico Spring Dress (loo ><? ?
10c ItflC aud2fio per y.r,,*rir0n
Unlann in.-j tfb r . r '? ""t
ibo.oum an I pin n .,[ - 1''*?!??
?ec. i aps. Naw Kit Ok?.^J
j^very cneap. 0*11 a; U"-M"? J
190 Main 51
ALWAYS OU TOP
HOBBY SPRING HOT
FOR OLD AND VOUNO.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
Walter J. Simmons & Co.
177 MAIN BTftKiST.
THE OTR KA&BLE WORKS,
.3 and 115 Bank St.,
NORFOLK, - - . VMIGINIA.?
MONUMENTS ?AND HEADSTONES.
?4r*l'^ailj fur lilMl.l>IAlXi?LUVU;y
Five Hundred People Witnessed
A FAIRLY GOOD GAME PLAYED
Norfolk Has Strong Infield. Fine
Work on the Bases. The Great
Game To-day. The New
Yorks Will Attempt to
Shut Out Norfolk.
About ?00 people saw the Oolts do
footed by the Steers yesterday at
I.euguo Park, The special features of
tho gauio were tho double- plays by
C'orooruu, Wboloy and O'llugau. tho
tbreu bagger that littlo Hodge knocked
aud tho kicking of the Dallas team in
tho oighth iuuiug. in tho'.first Corco
run, VYbatey and Hollmaii kuocked out
a ruu each, and tbo Steers got an ogg.
Thou tho Steers returned tho auinpli
meut and tho score was even. Norfolk
did not score again till tho oighth,
when O'Hugau mado a safo hit and
came in ou llagcr's double, aftor which
uoiiu of Mr. Sommers' pets oroseed tho
rubber. Dallas soured one in the third
aud two moro iu tho fifth, uud so the
scoro stood until tho cud of tho ninth.
Tho followiug is the scoro by innings:
It it Po K It II rn i:
Whaley.Zb. I II U llodge.c. 1 l l (i
Corcoran,m . i 0 * OlThorutoa, lb o u 10 l
Uofliuau, -II. I i u I, Kelly. If. 1 - !t 0
H?rers, if. u U 0 VlGilniau, ss... l u -
i'llagau, u>... i i i i Kallackey, Uli l u I a
ll.iner, .1 . I I no Parrell, . 1 0 M ?-!
Hhu|.iiiih'i, If., u 1 1 e Aslimbaek, at 1 1 !i 0
Crowlcy.ir. . .u l :: e Harle, 8b.0 l l
Icr, c. n U l '? \WoJrutl, p .. 0 U 1 1
Toiiley. i ... ii 0 I o
Kiwi ml, i'. ... 0 0 l "
Bernard, p. 0 0 0 0 -
T.i'al. 0 .'I - Total.
Simmauy: Earned Runs?Norfolks,
2; Dallas, 1. Two-base Hits?Hagor,
Hoffman, Boyle. Throe-base Hit?
Hodge. Stolen Bates?Hodge, Kul
lackey, O'Hagsu. Double Plays?
Wbaley, Coreorau aud O'Hagau C2i,
Elwood aud Corcoran, Boyle iiiuas
Hlstedi. Raso on Balls?Oil Woodruff,
ii; olT Bernard, :!; off Elwood, '2. Hit
by Pitched Ball?Hodgo and Kallar
kov. Struck Out?Bv Bernard, 8,
Pass Ball ?Hodge, 1. "Wild Pitches?
Woodruff, 1: Bernard, 1. Umpire ?
Wood. Time of Game?Two hours.
NORFOLK VS. NEW YOKE.
There will bo a great game of ball at
this park this afternoou between Nor?
folk aud New York. As the visitors
will have to leave at Ii o'clock tbo game
will be called at 3 o'clock sharp. Rueio
will pitch for tho Now Yorks. Lawsoo
aud Tenloy and Herr and Geier will do
the battiug work for Norfolk, As this
is considered a big event thu admissiou
will bo ?0o aud tho grand Blaud free.
The management of the home team will
put iu the held their best men uud
lirst-class work will be required.
'Iii,. Huh will IC? Here Kliorttr*
"Mist before your eyes?" See Frauk
H. Gale's "adv."
The Virginian's Daily Hints
Bill of Fare
TO - MORROW,
Sunday, 31st of Marth.
Hers are tbe ?Vi.- a i luiruhbc 11 rightly.
Here i? the i|x ir e .rib all n-1 on.
Ufr.- bio the tired lliubii Kprilivinif l'!*blly
lu face tin. uu sail iliarc ? hit tin- moru
lu the cbrltm ut ilen aud lbs cool of dawn.
Si s-n Cooudgk.
BREAKFAST. (1 uiges, Bailer Tout
Rlct Crounettj. i old Tongue, Fried Bananas,
Myhl U..II-. i onto.
OirsirMCR Sealloped < yiters, Ma-b-d Pola?
re i, Casaed t ru. <iln.?. I eituie, White aud
.r.ihu ?? Bread. Clio olateCake.
LUMCH, Cracker! aud Milk, llrcud aud
Ujtler, Uouey, Tex
Ciil sound bauaiiu in ihr a . u... i.u .lice*, au.l
j saute in a Hill? but butter. It tbe lat er ii us hot
* it should b?, tbe) will lukeOU u delicate Lroiru
ulckly. Serve on musII plates.
HEVEB IK THE REjffll]
THE LION of Market Place, his bol- a
lowed, but TDK I.AUI! blute? ISO fol- f
R lowing specials, lust thu same, heforo 0
. tbe trade fur \
r* SAT 1: 1W> D.A.Y 3 f*
a The Fineit Elgin Batter, 2."c per ll>. >
" 1 rosh N. Y. Stnto flutter, j lbs. for 51. f
P Large Ripe l'inenpplo?, l6e each, y
i ti. CLAY PICKETT, J
a FINCY ViHOLtSAtt ASD RETAIL GROCER, a
No. A3 Marketplace. q
O. oJs delivered frco. 'I'hono 7;"5. a
O "aw <*? -^4, -Qk. ^
wait for our
Spring milHnerg Paris Hals,
APRIL. 3d & 4th.
The 11 o will find many things in our
tut.ibli.hiuont to please the in,
MRS. J. GILLERLAIN,
128 CHURCH STREET.
I mu. - iu, tii,e*;i
FORTY niLLlON CAKES YEARLY.
tue procteu 1 gamble co.. cin'ti.
your Choice i^ok
165 STRICTLY ALL WOOL FROCK UDO SRQK SUITS,
WORTH FROM $9 TO $16
AT THE UNIFORM PRICE OF $5 A SUIT
B. HOFFLIN, - 162 MAIN STREET.
A WOMAN'S ELYELS
Are often responsible for il.o sevoi o hi ailuelie b1u> hag, 'Ilia
i urn o lays in mull ?iar -Tain, and i- : .ito relief il m
jetiencc.l when FJiOFERLY ADJUSTED OLAbSEd are ap?
DR. C. S. ELLIOTT, Oculist,
will b, at the iowolrv (dorr, or i V. GJIF.F.NWOOD 4 WtO.,
.Norfolk. \a., ou XIIUB8DAY. AFttIL 4, from 8 ?. in. to 6 p.
in., with o' ory facility ami appliance for the proper nU?
\ I Juattncnt or Klas.ii s. nhil the i l^ti ku for nan o will be tuodsrate
CONSULTATION FREE. Bentember tho time and place and ? omo early.
SOLD FOR CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS I
We don't have to talk a "lunc" out oiplain tig the merits of our wheels. They ic'.I
themselves. You all kuow wo 6ell TO per cent, of all whoeU iold in this sootiou. WftJ ?' ? t
Thov have been with yo i for years. You know they are all right. Join tho great
multitude. Kail tu Hue. C'omo toseo u3.
87 MAIN ST
tKTBco liourd of . ut Hiding Academy in ar.othcr column. Largost in the country.
Cost you nothing to . u if you uro a purchaser.
At those 36 inch DRESS GOODS at 20c per yard, dis?
played in South Window. J ust the thing for Easter Dresses.
Also, come in and examine the prettiest line of Plain and
Check Muslin ever shown at 5c, So, 10, iajc per yard.
The a-.\ Bleach Muslin we advertised at 5c per yard
are worth Sc and selling fast. No restriction as to quantity.
Beautiful effects in Dress Ducks, usually sold at nie;
our price, 8c per yard. Guaranteed Fast Colors.
Seventy-live different pattern Percales at Sc per yard;
regular price, 12 Ac.
ISS-'c Cliuroli Street.
STRICTLY ONE PRICE.
ONE PRICE HOUSE.
2S Different Styles
111 Gl?, Si GINGHAMS,
The very best Quality Silk
Ginghams in all the new and
choice styles that are out for
this season, all bought in the
last few weeks. Our best 39c
I and 45c qualities
Special Price this Veek 29c,
Our A\ottO"Lo\v Prices.
JOHN V ER MILLION,
? MSALEil IN -
WHISKIES. CHAMPAGNES, (KREIS, BEI?
DIES, MADEIRAS, SHERRIES,
OTHER WIKS: ALSO, FRM BRANDIES, COSDiflLS. XC.
AGISNT FOlt -
POLAND M NERAL WATER,
Ami in llouk other M tiotal NVatera, by
ihl! l air. 1 0/ >.it loll.
4 Granby Slreot, - Nurfulk, Va
I TilONli 183.
Shirt Waists, in endless va?
riety, at 25c, 35c, 50c and
Our 39c Corset, worth 50c.
44 49c 44 44 60c.
44 74c 44 " $1.00.
in White, Black and Colored.
Laros teotliBl ?l wrappers.
Our Leader, at 59c.
_ 252 CHURCH STREET._
IVI il li inj e: r y1
Grand SPRING Opening I
MRS. J. S. B. ANDERSON,
bo?n to intiroato tlint lior NEW RPIUNQ
mo.'.. In in.? replet? with all tb* newo?%
. oMgm ami novelt oa 01 um aea ou, mb etefi
ir .in reprcaeiiiat vca Ol l'ar rian boiiMM it.
Saw V'orli. .a :ur? A. mako' bor nalection?
t? rui et the re itiirotneuta of ladiea of r*
Im. .1 t.mt wbo cmii ]> ro nun iho ai tlbli?
in it bIrii nn i ibe lia n.oniou bleu ling of
CO '>rn, kIiu Ii 1:1 h aatiatie i Unit bur ? or t
will meat mtii iiio approval of bar patron*,
Tho Oraud Spring Opening for tho iinnlay
of Peril patterns will iuUo place mi U Si
DAY A.\] v.i NKSI'AY, tho 2nd and 9rrt of
April. A lor.iol invitation m exteuded 13
tIi? la?ii b in sonernl.
Milrt. .1. s. |f. ANDERSON,
1 mriSOt no Church aU, Norlulk, ???