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Interesting Game at tho Park Yes?
AN ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIENCE.
The Visitors Made a Very Favorable
Impression and Their Playing Was
a Revelation to Norfolk En?
thusiasts. Tnc Score 25
to 8 for the Visitors.
Tho Norfolk team met tho Giants
yesterday afternoon and the Gotham
?es didu't do a thing to 'cm.
A clnsu synopsis of the game would
be as tedious as the first throe innings
aud u criticism of the Kiimo muy bo of
more Uouetit to the Colts,
Manager Sommern perhaps made a
mistake iu putting Llurr iu tliu box, the
latter nut having pitched over a plate
eiuce his sickness last July, neverthe?
less, tue managerial cyu aud braiu was
at work, and Herr received uu after?
noon practice which lie could uot ob
taiu other than by goiug into the box
against tho Giants.
The Colts must learn to maintain
their uerve, the mere fact of faciug the
crack Giants, not being a life or dcatli
matter, which the Loya seemed to
thiuk, heuco tho result. Iu the third
Inning, when Herr's balls wero l>. ;i. ?
l>nnisbed, the in?eld aud moat of the
tmitield were completely dctnoruli/.cd,
and error after error was piled up, al?
lowing the Qiants to score sixteen runs,
instead of tbreo or lour ruus ut the
-\ uervous e?'ort to do too well was
the cause of it all, und n cold, pene?
trating north wind added muchly to
the "frost," which tbu Urst thrcu iu
w.ngb unuoiibtediy were.
1'he Coli? gained cunlidtiuco, how?
ever, when Setloy went in tho bos aud
shut out the Giants in the next iuniug.
T he Whirligig brought luck to his team
also ut the but, to-onug the lirst run j
made amid the vociferous checriug of I
Thin run was evidently all tho Giruts
were trying to prevent, aud although
Iboy put up a splendid game,there wad
Intervals of loose plaj inn, and inter* et
In the game died out uunug tbu next
In the ninth inning, with a inau ou
each hase, O'liugun made a homo ruu
ni l the (aus went wild.
It was at least a creditablo perform
ni.ee ou the part of the Colts to hit
euch crack pitcher* as Clark, Musiu and
Meekin iu the mauuer they did,getting
fifteen fits in all: suveral base hits oil'
?-ich pitcher, aud a tao bugger from
Clark, winch brought home two runs.
The day was cold and bad on arms,
tho tiiiinis oh well an ttie Colls recog?
nized tliis fact, uiiil perl ops that no
counted lor the prodigious hitting ou
Norfolk scored, the fans arc happy,
and the i .. t t of the Oiauta that they
could phut out any team iu tnc Virginia
League an idle one.
Tue ollloial aeoru is as follows:
SOIll OLK. MW VUBC,
It II I'o K It H im
Wbaley.'^b i .? i a Kaller, :i i :i
Corcorau, im. I i t n Hanuoa,uf.... 'J -j
Holfniau,.Sb.... 0 i 3 0 Uavls/Jb. l ;'. :.
llocera, il. -J :f o 0 IK>yle,lb. :i J U
(I'Magaii, lb... 'J : I ? : fieri au. rf, ? -t t
j I user, if
Crowley.lf. u l
tlallpl n.ua. If a e.
?Ten oy, i a a
?-i ler, e.!.. o (i
ll. ii, p. . o 0
Betle), |.. i l
total. g 1.1
Ibirkc.ir.. i n l
l arrell,| o_ l u <;
? larkjp,. l o o
Itiialo, |i. a a n
Heeklu, |<. -i i '1
.- ? oan ay ikmi.vos,
J>'e? York.B o l( i ?_? o o 1 x?it I
asm folk.0 o o :i i u u e i
Si it.MAitv; I.anted Linns?New York,
11; Norfolk, 7. Two-base^H its?Davis,
i; Tieruan, 1: Bauiiou, 1; Eiotlinan,
Hager, 1. iloinu Utius?Itanium uuil
O'Hagau. .Stolen Bases?l*iiller, 1:
Davis, 2; Doyle, I; Clark. 1; O'Hagau,
l;Orowley, LSetloy, '2. Double Playa
? Hager iiiid Corcoran. Base on Bails
? Off Ilorr, Struck Ont?By
Meekin, 8; Clark, I; Uiiaio, 2; Herr, I;]
Belley, i. Wild Pitches Herr,'J; Sol
ivy, I. Time of Game, 2:15, Umpire
? .Mr. Muulovo.
Norfolk will play Lancaster, Pa.,
fSlato League! Monday at :i::5U; Phila?
delphia National Lcuguo Tiiusduy ui
i nlvrraiitv Wins,
Bpsclal Dispatch to the Virginian.
University oi Viruinm, March 30.
Tlio 'Varsities defoated tho St. Albans
team in baseball tins ovening by the
score of II toil. The'Varsities made
?rror after error und nothing but N'cl
eou's pitobiug held tho soore of St,
.Albans down. They wero unable to
bit him, making throe hits. Garnett
lead in tho hatting for Sirginia, getting
ihrct? hita aud a homu rum. Butteries:
Virginia, Coohran and Neleou; St.
.Albans, Mnr.siiall and MoGuire.
tVliut la in.- Hull!
?ion Uli Icier H rtim il.
Five tbotisuud bushels, highest mar?
ket price. Hi L. Ovveu, 'lib, '111, 270
On Saturday morning, at 11 o'clock,
1 will begin my first silk t-nlo and will
place the nicest aud cheapest line of
snks over offered iu Noriolk from '20c
Jo S2.G0 per yard. l\. A, Suuuderd,
A Strong, Appeal to tlie Members of
the Select Council.
Tbo ladies of tbo Women's Christinu
Temperance Union buvu addressed a
strong appeal to Messrs. Willoughhy
T. ?ooke, \V. W. Utiggs, MoD. L.
Wreuu, J. It. Prince, .). 1'. Uowlauil,
II. F. iitiutiug uud J. 1). Mallory, mom
burn of tbu Select Council, praying
them to coutirm the ordiuaooe passed
at the joint mcetiug of-tho Councils,
fixing tbo nniouuts to be pnid for
licenses to sell liquor for tbo ensuing
year. They contend that "high Hoe use"
trill reduce the number of saloons, and
that tbe greet.t the reduction tbo less
the evils of the siiluuu business, ami
they bolievo the members addressed
ngreo writb them, while tbo nionsuio
will not eradicate the evils of tbo liquor
tratHo, it will lesseu them. Thoy nsk
that ihe members cousidcr that tue
less the number of saloons tbo less tliu
number it will require to support thorn.
Tho victims of the saloons and the
wretched, ruined drunkards of a quar?
ter of a century beuce are tbu inuoouUt
ehildrcu ol our tlovotcd mothers of to?
"God forbid, gentlemen," they Bay,
"that either of you should make a euu
tribution to this number, to bu lost for
time uud eternity. You may not drink
liquor yourselves ami may bo opposed
to it, but what will (but avail if you by
your votes you refuse, to join those of
tbo Councils who uro trying to oouliuo
it to ns small u couipasa us possible."
Thoy any "Wenn; you to consider tho
prominent pari the liquor baa played
in tins community for yi-urs jiost, bow
it bus defied tbe laws of God uud man,
tbo doop degradation it hits brought to
thousands, the poverty and misery to
many homes, to wives, mothers uud
innocent children, Tbu suueosa of high
license will doubtless close many of the
uumt objectionable places in this oily,
and tiiiiH protect the cause of morality
and virtue Cor nhiob wo plead with
"Wo plead not only fur husbands,
brothers uud sons who visit only what
is known by "rospeotable saloons,"
but for tbe hundreds of both wbito mid
Colored, both men ami wotueu, who
gather in pluees of the lowest character
and thus /;i> further iu debauchery nud
vioe. Ab Christian women are come to
yon. We come in the uutnu of l!od.
homes nud native laud. We conio iu
the iulcrost of Irtio mauhooil, iutioceut
women and helpless ohildren, We
coma in the interest of the more
bumble, in the iutorost of those being
debntinhed uud ruined for timu uud
' Capt. Galloway Injured by Falling
Capt, W. O. Galloway, of tbe W. A.
Leary Lumber nud Dry Kiln Coin
I auy, who have ut: ofDcu at ?5 Qrauby
street, met with a very serious ueoi
deuf yesterday, ('apt. Galloway was
sitting on a bench nl his place of busi?
ness superintending tbo removal
of some iruu lubes und sev?
eral hundred fret of lumber and
a rock fell upon his back. lie was
gotten from under the limber ill a
rliort while and I?r. W. B. Meredith
sutunioueri, An examination showed
that biH back was broken, t apt, Gal?
loway resides ut 11(1 York street, and
is u man of family.
AMUSEM E NTS*
"PltlNOES Bonnik,"? Willard Spen?
ser's "Princusa Bonnie" will bo pre?
sented for tno tirst time in tiiis city at
the Academy of Music ou Monday und
Tuesday eveuiugs next. I be "Princess
lioucia" is the ouo opera of the day
that bus been n success from its tirst
production. It comes to this city fresh
from u ruu of 105 oonseootivo perfor?
mances in l'hiladolphia, und it is ho
liuved that the coiupauy presenting it
is tbe most oxpoueiva organization pre
soiitiug oomic opera in Amerioa. I'roiu
iueul ainoug the members oi ibu com?
pany are Miss Miuuio Landes, Mr.
Prank Daniels. Lillian Swum, Mahulla
Baker, Bobert Uroderiok, Wni. Arm?
strong and others, 1 bo opera is time
tui, absolntili olean uud is beautifully
dressed, while dm the sconio elleots arc
miiguitieetit, li it gets what it deserves
it wnl have a bouso filled from pit to
A Vinn to Nor ill Carolina,
Coohrantok, 1'it.--".Some years tigo
I bad occasion to visit North Carolina,
and while them had one of my bilious
attacks. Hearing, for tbo tirst time,
of Simmons Liver Regulator, I tnud it.
Nothing before had sri effectually re
lieved me. I could in no way beuolit
ethers morn thun by putting such a
remedy iu their bauds,"? N, N. hbcp
v. lint in I lie ii lib >
l(r llonli ninl llv < riuili,
Largo line walking oanes, books and
crooks, sterling silver mounted,from 81
up, CbapuiRit &Jakemau.
: ii.irr tewveliiee
A now lino coming in overy day,
book marks nud municuro pieces,
Chapman & ?'akoiuan.
Dr. D.'S. Harmon, Consulting Cpli
oian ami Muster of Opttos, IBU Mam
street, Norfolk, Vo, Consultation fru e
Catarrh origiutitos in scrofula's taiat.
P. 1', P. puritioH the blood; uud thus,
potuiftueatly cures catarrh*
Most Progidal Displays in Norfolk's
ALL CURTAINS DRAWN ASIDE.
Portions of Paris Annexed to Norlolk.
Beautiful Exhibits at Posner's,
Rics', Anderson's, ?Gillerlain's
and Bassett's. Easter Bon?
nets of Beauty.
With the approach of Easter great
interest centres around the various
milliuery ostublistnueuts ol our city,
and tit, no period ot the year is there so
much offered toattraot the fair ones,
iudeed tho graud millinery displays
which one finds iu the elegant stores
devoted to this branch of trade at this
season are growing more elaborate
eaob year, until to-day thoy have be?
come something utmost indescribable.
Tuuo whs when the houuuts uud hats
worn by tbu fair Bex iu our midst were
almost, ii not wholly of homo produo
tiou, lutt now oue sees iiuo importa?
tions from l'uria and New York aud tn
inouy ciiscH they uro beautiful to be?
hold. The opening ot milliuery iu
Norfolk this Beason excels ull previous
AT I'oSN Kit's,
whoso opening will tako place on Tiicb
day aud Wednesday next, there will bo
such u display us will delight the
female eye, lie has fitted up in elegant
,-tyle handsome millinery parlors uud
reception tooiub over hta store, No,
201 Slain street, and they arc marvels
of ue-itue:-s. Here will be displayed
line pattern hats ami houuets, braids,
milliuery novelties in nutold quantity,
Kioh velvets and (lowers, line ribbous
uud luces uud in fact everything known
to the nrt, of which he is uu expert.
The ladies will lind Mr. Poauer'a
cstuMiibmeut u very interesting place
to visit uud au iuvilutiou is extended
XI Its. V. ribs,
whoso openiog will booh Tuesday and
Weduosduy next also, will exhibit
rninietbius; itt the way of pattern hats
and houuets which will challenge tho
admiration of all who go to her hand?
some store. Mrs. Hies1 display this
season omhraoes nil tho novelties
known to tho niilliu'ry art, and the
ladies will iiud much there to admire,
Tbl* establiahm at is oue of tho oldest
ot thu kiud iu the State, aud it is a
proud satisfaction of tlio proprietor to
be ublu to say that acioui; her custom?
ers ure the grauddaugbiurs of well
known ladies,wbo patroni/.ed her when
she first oame to Norfolk years ago.
Her store is No. Kit Church street.
Mrs. J. S. H. Anderson, whoso ele
gant establishment ia located ut No.
1 10 Church street, will have an unu?
sually tiun exhibit of pattern hats und
bouuets, besides ail the novelties of the
season. Her display of millinery goods
generally is ol a very high order and
embraces everything known in the
milliuery line. Mis, Anderson's taste
i is provei bml and some ot the most eio
giini aud stylish work is turned out by
tier, lie opening days wilt be ou
1 uesday und Weduesday next.
at MHS. litl.l.l HI.AIn'.S.
Tho openiug days at Mrs. .1. Uiller
i Iain's tins season will bo ou April ;td
and 1th. and the simple aunouuceuiout
is BUliloieut to draw to her store, No.
128 Church street, a largo number ol
people. Her exhibit of tine hats und
bonnets, exquisite milliuery novelties
uud a host ot other beautilul Ihiugs iu
her lino will Im such as to exceed nil
her previous efforts.
Mrs. .1. Y. Bassett, of No. 20(1 Main
street had her opening lust week, but
she still has u d splat: which is unex?
celled. The opouiug days at tins es?
tablishment will eoutintia through the
present week, and those wuo have au
eye lor the beautiful should not let the
opportunity puss lo take a lout at the
many elegant novelties and thu beauti?
ful bitte aud bonnets, mauy ol which
Vluiunl II n 1 Iii i ii u AMftUciullOlli
Mr. Ira T. Holt, for many years
bookkeeper aud oashior ot tho Becht
Uirsohler Compauy und tlioir prede?
cessors, bus been elected to tho po?
sition of Financial Sei-rotury of thu
Mutual Buildiug Association, ouo of
the largest uud most successful insti?
tutions of the kind iu the city. This
gentleman has been connoctcd with
the association since its its organiza?
tion, first as its Treasurer and then as
its Beoording Secretary, and is fully
qualified to assume the duties of his
new position. Tho Mutual Building
Association is fortunate m having ti.o
services of Mr. Hod, who bus douu as
much as any mail in tho Building Asso?
ciation business to make it popular in
Wlint ia Um Hill?)
On Saturday morning, ot 11 o'clock,
I will begin uiy tirst silk sale and will
pluco tho nicest and cheapest liuo of
silks over offered in Norfolk from '25.:
to 3'2.f>0 per yard. I!. A. Snuudcrs.
Try Murray's dinners and breakfasts
50c. each, i hey are tho beat iu tho :
Pluto; 54 Roauoke avenue.
MUSICAL AT GRANBY STREET.
Conen : Monday Ni.-,!i! U d r Direc- \
tion of Prof. Koerner.
Udo ol Ibe mueieul events of tbo sea?
son will bo the graud concert under
l'rof, Ivocruer'a management at Urau*
by Street Cbitieb to-morrow, April I,
at 7:80 p. m. l'rof, Koeroera well
kuowu alnlity and tin; array of talent
below iisnuros tbu public of u most de?
lightful evening. I'll is is the seond of
tboso titst-ehiss eutcrlaiumeots given
to tbe public by tbo l?p worth Leagues
of liruuby street uud Centenary
Chnrohes, und will Im ono of tbo best
of (bem all. Tbis Is tbo only cue
which will not bo entirely free. To
provide for the necessary expenses,
of ibeso entertainments (which aro at?
tracting attention and imitatiou in tbu
distant cities) a silver offering will tie
made at the door. Uwiug to tbo en?
gagements of some of the singers else?
where, the concert will bogiu nt 7:80
sbnrp ltmtond of 8 o'olo k.
The following piogiummo will bo
l. i hot us ? "The Wilder uoss".Bir John iio<s
?J. Violin Solo -"Interim'? o".. .Mi cagiu
Mr. I tan- Hoi,, s.
8 ilarltono Seio with Violin Obi Rato.
' 11 yum ol Old '.I.ihu?iuu
Mi VV l> Crowoll uinl i' Uhus Horioa
1. so.o and Chorus?"Jubilate ah.on'
Mtei Kwcll an I Ohoir.
G. Tenor olu -If With All lour llent"
: r ' 16yd blick.
C, Cornet Solo?"Ave M u* .i.ouuod
Mr Oha. K Liu I ill.
7. so] rauo Bolo?"The Hesiirrcolton"
. Harry It Shelby
Miss IS well.
8. Trio Tor Ladles Voices-"Lift Thine
hyo-' . tleildolsaehu
Misses Bminttud*. O'.Nonl and Willtitins.
Chorus?"By Uabylou a Wave". Uo mod.
i unter i tinny ins. j?i
llavo your thoughts turned toward a
spring suit und who shall ninko it? If
not, it is ub.itit time you were gtviug
it your attention, for blaster is just two
weeks oil nnd you should surely huvo
one by Unit time. Drop iu und let us
show you our stylos tor epnug nud
summer wear. They tire BUrely worth a
look, and a look will couviuce you that
ours la the largest and most complete
hue of novelties wo huvo ever shown.
Nobby Scotel i ixtuns, plain nud iuu
oy worsted and nany other styles from
ibu beat known manufacturers, uro to
Boeu only ou our counters. Call early
uud select your suit before Ilm best
styles aro gone. Nichols A Wallace,
tailors und InrniBhcrs, 1GU Main street.
GREAT SPECIAL SALE.
Opening ol New Goods, Monday
Morning, April 1st,
Our Mr. I.. Levy has been in Now
York tbo past two weuka searching tbe
market tor bargaius to oller our put
rmis nt our special sulus. 1 bat ho bus
succeeded you euu precoive from tbo
great array of bargains we offer fur to?
morrow's sale: t'uu hundred dozen
ladic-' fine embroidered haudkerchiefs,
at lloeach, every ouo a work ol urtund
worth not less thau 26o. lie the judge
whun you see them. Not more thau
live to a customer. Ouu hundred
dozen Indies' w hite and colored border,
hemstitch handkerchiefs, at Do each;
10.1 dozen gents' whttu und colored
, border hemstitch haudkerchiefs at 5c
euch, besides our entire stock of Indies'
aud gents' haudkerchiefs, consisting of
more 1,000 dozen at greatly reduced
prices for thai day; 150 bottles triple
extinct perfumes, all favorite odors, ut
25c a bottle, have never sohl iu this
city for less (bim 50c; 150 large bottles
tincst Florida water, sohl everywhere
for 50o, our price for Monday 25c a
bottle; 10 pieces figured Chiua silk at
25c; 20 pieces p um China silk ut 25o;
It) pieces line ?gUred China silk ui 5 Us;
in pieces line Sohodi crepou China
--i.k ut 50c, the proper thing for waists
j and trimming, I ease beet Murrimao
prints al -io yard; lid pieces tine
Percale >c yard; 200 beautiful
Chenille I I lahla covers 3'Ju each;
in i ii I. at 8Dc; ready made 10 I An
droacoggiu sheets, 50o u piece, each
contains 2j yard- of material; pillow
cases in match, 2Uo and 25a n pair; I
case nieo check muslins, ut 4o yard; I
case boiler, at 5c yard; ! ease best, nt
So yard; 1 lot embroidered pillow
shams, ut 25c a pair, usually sold nt
50c; 5c gingham checks, reduced to lo;
8c quality, reduced to 5c; 024 yards
white lutliu luwu lemnuuts, 1 to 10
yards lit pieoe, 5c yard; now oash
mereltcs, checked sateen, ju.-t the
Ibing for slnrl waists, looks like silk,
at l?c yard, good sateens in b ack, 8c
j und lOo; in colors, lOoyard; 10 pieces
beautiful plaid dress goods, nice for
children's dresses, lOuyard; Indies' lust
I black seamless nose,- l(Jc a pair; bettej
quality l2Jo, 16c, 25o u puir; boys' fusi
black seamless Spanish hose, sizes 0 to
Id, l2}oapair; 511 dozen pure liuen
litickelback towels, size 21 by 42 inch,
12J0 each; 50 dozou puro llueu Dam
ask knot fringe towels,lft by I i inuh a
I 15o each; Audi oacoggin 4-4 bleach cot
ton 5 Jo per yard; i'rnit of ttad Loom
4-4 bleach cottnti (ijo per yard; fine
! white cambric ho por yard; J.ousdulo
best cambric 9o pet yarii, und a great
many more bargains wo could mention
if space permitted. lio sure lo call
Monday ami secure some of our bar?
gains. Levy Pros., 17-1 Main street.
\\ liitl Ii I lie
Nickel Lever Watch, St. Repairing
a specialty. Hrowu .V Wolf, jewelers,
biicuessora to S. ii. Smith, 11 JJauk
Capt. Daniel Weyant Arrested by
the United States Authorities.
A HEARING ON NEXT FRIDAY.
Ho Forcibly Took Charge ot the
SchooncrCor.il in Hampton Roads,
and Brought Her to Norfolk.
Arrested by United States
Capt. Daniel Weyant, of tho kuIiooii
rr Coral, was arrested Friday by
a Uuitod States Marshal, charged with
piracy. Tlx* suhoouer was the proper?
ty of his wife uinl he has beet) noting iim
master, Hecoutly the wife transferred
the schooner to one of her sons. He
oauie on from New London, Conn., on
Ma roll ^th, found the vessel here, took
I charge and started tor Ins home i hn
father, who was in tho hospital, beard
of Iiis son's action, Rot a tugboat, over?
took the schooner in Hampton Ltoads
and forcibly brought him hack to Nor
At tho instance of the United Slates
District Attorney Captain Woyant was
arrested slid the cat.e will bu hoatd
next I- riday.
Piracy is punishable by death, but us
this is u family row, in which it is said
a woinau plays au important i art, there
may bo a settletnout without a bung?
ing. Capt. Weyant was bailed lor
ninrrlnite* Durum Hie lltmili.
During tho month of March iniirringo
licenses were granted the following
persons: Frank P Whitehurst and
nlamio 1". Mttrdon, Cnssar H Uuggeu
boimer aud Blauohe Campe, William
WiudOr and Blanche A liuiley, Charles
L Perkius and Qeorgie A Peppett,
Walter I!. Cid uud Sophlu llaskertield,
David P White und Alice O Baylor,
Kohcrt L. Pull and Mattui .1 Huden,
Claudius II Olivor and Cornelia Lam?
bert, Samuel <l Ltidy and Kutu lvooler,
Jobu Doo'l and Mario Tordy,
lievi Hick-, and Sarah A Privet,
Ih.is liaudull and Harriett Jones,
Charles 11 Putts uud Miuniu
Motley, 0 M Tony aud N'ullie Holmes,
freu H Jones und Mumie Voting, .las
H Billtips and Mary K Armstrong, Win
I. Mines und Wessie T Peeblos, .ios W
ClltToy und Laviuia t Ibspnieu, Matthew
limns and Bosanna Cooke, (ieorge
Whitehurst aud Lizzie Harris, Sam
Holster aud .Ieunio Holloway, William
Thomas aud Ualtie Briggs, Oweu Wil?
liams and Caroliuo Williams, Thomas
Drnmgn aud Jennie Hanks, .lames
nwift und Annie Hunter, .lohn S .loin s
und 1 antue A 1 tuner, p Hurrison und
Kutie Phillips, Levi Potts and Lucy
Hrowu, George A Couaway and Lizzie
C Gwin, David A Brnwu und Mary L
Miller. < lue not published. Total, 31.
u hut |? Hit- Until
Several curs on route; must bo sold;
uls.i Mime ou track hero. 11. P. Uwetis,
27". Water street.
Another large batch of Daisy Holler
Mills llour goes over our city to-day.
GRAND SPRNG OPENINGI
At Mrs,. P. R.es, No. 104 Church
Street, Next Tuesday and Wed?
During tho past season we hovo built
an elegaut we'l lighted show room as
an addition to our store, which will
enable us to show our bcuiitifiil patteru
hut.-, aud bonnets, and a complutu us
Bortment of milliuery goods at our
opening, wuicii takes place next Thus
day Hud Wednesday, April 2nd ami
Ladies ere respectfully invited to
attend. Mrs. P. hies, 101 Church
street, mn28 If
"Newest Discovery"? ICxt, teeth no
pain. N. Y. D. Booms, \< i Main.
UCNRS BY IBEjiU?HH COODE;
On Thursday Evening, Apri. 4. 1895,
at 1 o'clock, nt ti e I e Iura llooni of St
b?ke i i piscoi ul > horch, the lion . oi n
i.ootlo Mill deliver an it itlrsss entitled
"A Retrospective View."
\ Mr. (iootle's long a nil oventful career and
lingo 10 it t inou tv ii i Intl.to linn t0 depict
in..ii. into -tin.- events, uud call to mind
iiimuv nottd moil of l is time. I no | ro ei its
? it he ontortainuienl wil be devoted tu a
tun i for tb- cro tj n of a ebureli in I eJ
fur.i eounty, \ a.
The Following gentlemen bave km.If- on
sent" I to act as a Committee ol trraoge
iii'.-iit-, uu'ler whos HUspices tho aiidiotn tv .ll
be madot I:. II. linker Charles Bbarp, Jaa.
K. ? o tu K. ' .Murray L. 1?. Starke, Jos
T. Allen, Walter >t l?, ;o . tleo U. IttK I, W.
P. Ito.indred, Win. \V. Old, It l*. boy all, Win.
II. Wliito, M. Oleunaii. Uichartl H inn.tali,
A tain Tru.le.ell, Ohas. U. Kill It. Win. IS.
Titvlor, Jo:f. T. Krauels.
nirbVIt ADMISHION, 61c.
;THS UUTUAL BUILDING- ?STOl?K?
OP NOItroLK. VA..
OFFICE, 31 BANK STREET,
offers sap-r.or ii ucentents to both invest?
ors an I t.orto ors lock imttiretl iu live
tears undo ;;bt luoulba.
For farther particulars call at oiV.ee.
IhA 1 HOLT,
?r3i?lw Jb'lnauclal Secretary.
It ore pi Iii ii ? ilium 11 ic i'.
Iii" Busiuass Men's Association havu
appointed lho following ifonl leinen a
t'ouiiuittoo to meet tho delegation of
tlio "Arkwrigbt Club" nt Boston, rep?
resenting iho New England manufati
furors, on Monday morning, April let, ;
nuii hliow them out oity ana ith mivsn
tagen; Ii Hodges, 0 A Nash, .lames W
McCarrick, Win A Young, Hurry llor
mun, Waller ?linrp, II 0 liudgiue, ,
Batunel 1' Moore, Samuel I. Foster,
Charles 11 Kihott, M Cllenuau, B H
Noltinghnm, Joseph ii I'ivoasb, PS 1
Taylor, II ti Williams, P litiraudy.
m lial in nisi Hub?
fi :i%ic*r Novflltli tt,
Doeorated till ok ami goose ogi>!i 0O0
signod from Uulurado, ribbon uud ster?
ling silver book marks, from '25c up;
silver belt buokles, UUa upwards; tiej
und veil clasps, walob nud baudkor
obicf pookots, emery balls, and bun-1
drods of oilier silver novelties, from
25o up. Special silver sale for next ton '
days. The obcapest and liest alwuys
to bo bad ut ?'Tlio Casket."
Wlmi U ili<- >. tili'
Tbo Urdinanco Comiuiltuo of tho
Coiiuoils bus received live bids for tbo
telephone trauuhiso in this uity, as
follows: Tbo Southern Hell Telephone
Comuauy, ihn Virginia Telophouo
Company, tbu Southern Rleclrionl
Service Company, 0. A. Nash und
asuooialOS and Messrs, (luest A Pollard
for a en opernto company. Tho com?
mittee trill report to the Common
Council next Tuosdny night.
- IV npl Ii i Ii Oyi lOIIII
Of approbation to the pinnacle of popular?
ity, Uoslbtter s Mima-h Itittorsbns aoqtiiro I
n coruiuamliuK position, wliieli has occasion?
ally iiimlo it i'. brlirbl ail I alliuiilR mark for
kn.ives, who Heek to foist upon the com?
munity apuriuus ooinpoiiutls iii tbo guiso
ni.in to ib.-1 of tlio real article, Tliese me
ntoHtly loonl hlttors or tonics of ^r- ntim
pnrity. nil i. o' course, ileroiil of medi al
c.i.r.i. y. Ile.vara i>r t mn an 1 ot the gou
aino nittor- ii real remedy for malaria,
rboiimatism, khlnoy trouble, dys ups a, ner?
vousness, constipation mi l blflousuoss.
I'hysi iiiua et piuiuau o everywhere com
inoii'i ihn great inviRorant, both for its
remeitlal properties aud its purity. A wine?
glass tht i< i-a day will sdon bruit; Vigor anil
regularity to a disordered au I enfeebled
U lim I? tile Blub?
Abbott's East Indian (J?rn Pniut
cures all corns, warts aud buuiona.
PS. P. HIES
DECS LEAVETO ANNOUNCE THAT HEB
O EMINll UK
PailBin flats an? Banrtsts
WILL TAKE PLACE
TUESDAY ii) WEDNESDAY,
APRIL 2d and 3d,
ati'l invites tl.o attou unite of her custoniors.
mi 1 p bite in general.
MRS. P. HIES,
104r Church Street.
MI L_,_l N ERY I
Grand SPRING Opening 1
MRS. J. S. B. ANDERSON,
boi;s to intimate that her NEW BPIUNG
blOOK is now rollet With ail thotiowe-t
e-igu- ami uovell u< ol the .n ou. selected
Ir in representatives o Parisian lnn,.-i'? :n
Xu? "i ork. .*e Mr* A. mauo- bar selections
Pi meet the requirement) uf Indies of ro?
?ue.i inst who 1- .1 purs iatu ttio ai tihtie
iu it Sikh 'an I the ha n omo is blandiug of
ro ots, she ft els satisllad that bar e.ior s
Will, meet with tbe approval ol liar patrous.
The (Irand Spring Opeuing fortberiisolay
oi Paris patterns will iu!.e place on i Ul.S
0AV AM' WKHNESPAY, tbe 2nd aatl 3rd of
April a . or 1 n.) invitation is exteuded to
the la it s 1 ? 1 general.
Mus. .1. s. B, ANDERSON,
mri9-.1t 140 Churchst? .\ottolk, Va.
Burruss, Son & Co.,
t'ommcrcliil and other business paper dis?
Loan- negotiated on favorable terraj.
i lty bonds an.I oilier securities bought
Dopoi.ts rocoivo.l Ami iiocouuts invited.
liiterost allowed on t me i.epositi.
rJ.ito Oepn<it boxes for rout. Charges
Draw Ubsof P.xcbauge and make cable
trait-for- to i:uroj<e.
Letters of ere .it issued to principal cities.
I ol thu world. eoU7
000000000000ooooo oooo ;ocoo
(horoui'lini.'ss o .v.1 ruinations,
?kill in ailjustment -1 passes, fair- ]
no! . ol business methods, complete ;
kn wlcdgcbf rrof-ssional detailswlU
g en ur su.? AI HOMli to an
\ EYE SPECIALIST.
q II ht" poss >scs these requirements
Sj li need not 1 i\ el about the country ?
o ? i place to plaic where he Is to- o
o tally unknown. Having Ich loca- X
g tel In Noi parly three years, I Q
g call your cspei al attention to my g
g offer, 0)0 al .ill times, Io make an ?
8 EXAHI NATION FREE, fcj
o I'incsi establishment in the State, ?
g complete an'tl exhaustive cxamina- >
3 polite and skillful attention. S
y honest advice, superior ulass s ac; c
8 cttratelj adjusted at moderate cosjt- \
WE WILL HAVE ANOTHER NICE LINE
OF STOCK POO OUlt
which will consist of one onr from A. Asher
ouo c.ir from I, Oolihn t. oue cur from K.
K. Hater, on.. e..r from Kreil Itoberts, on*
rar from H. E. IMoOliuir, one car large
Mules from Kauffman weighing 1.0U0 la
1,300 eaoh, also so mo from other shippers.
Remember we givo tweut.-four hours*
trial on nil stork h .Id at anetion, and if uofc
us represented mouey will bu refundod.
HIE MCCLEARY-WCCULLAH LIVE STOCK GO.
MAYER & CO.,
Railroad, Steamboat and
4 and 6 West Market Square,
?n an rt.Miu.il premium or $711,00 paid to
t'.iu bent one of thu : e v Vork Life Insurance
Compaulos in December, 1B94, the cash
ivideud was uulv -.-?.2">?TM per eent.
(>u m annual pre >i nun of SisT CD paW to
Til K NOiijHWESTERN tlio cash dtvideal
in December. lH'JI. was i;Os?;,0t per cent,
iioth onliiiury lifo plau and insuring the
same mount These aro ACTUAL RE?
SULTS, Two an I it half times us largo.
D. Humphreys & Son,
QEN'L AOENT3 NORTHWESTERN.
The Leading Style
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n all colors and si/,03 at the Lowest PrloesV
t. ?K OLIVER k Gil.,
Ill MAIN STREET.
SASH, DOORS AND BUNDS.
EINE BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
Paints, Oils and Brushes.
I'olishod Hats and Window -O'.a-a. Long?
m.iii A Murtiioj/. Pure lleiuly Mixed l',-.;.,'.,
Evtry gi hon cold under a binding guartrntea.
COOKS, CLARK & COi