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CHIEF REBMAN PUT ONTRIAL!
A Five Hours' Session of the Police
SEVERAL OFFICERS TESTIFY.
Some Lively Discussion Between
Counsel and Commissioners. The
Chief Becomes Excited at the
Testimony of Officer Til
After remaining in session exactly ]
five hours the Police Board yesterday
oulv succeeded iu hearing a part of tho
?witnesses iu the case acainst Chief
Kebniau, who was charged by the
board with saveral serious offenses,
?which charges i avo previously been
published iu full iu fiiE Vihoiniax.
The full board was present, Mayor
Bettit presiding. Chief Kebiuuu was
represented bv Judge Thomas U. Wit
cox, Mr. Sam" \V. t'susttll beiug preseut
bs the legal advisor of the board.
After the clerk had read the charges
Judge Willcox made nuswer, dcuyiug
the oliarges specifically.
The names of the witnesses for tho
prosecution were called uud Judge
Willcox objected to Sernesuts Kirch
mier and Kobinson and Officers Wade
and Wyuu beiug heard, tuujrnuob us
their names had not bceu furnished
the deleuse. It was agreed, however,
that they should only testily us to the
specifications iu the charge.
Aftor several tills beta ten tho Coin
xaissiouers aud Judge Willcox, the first
?witness was called to the chsir in the
person of Officer Lafayette Taylor.
Officer Taylor said he had reported
to the chief iubuv violations of the law,
bs he thought, but that no notice hnd
been tnkcu of them. He mcuiioucd
ntuoug the places he hnd reported a
gaming house on Lincoln street, lJoca
houtas Club, at Queen aud St. Paul
streets; Church Lewis' place ou Avou
street; Haunah Fink, ou .lames street,
for selling liquor without u liceuse;
Willisms' Hall, ou Jefferson stroet, ns
a disorderly house. He also said tuut
au order had bceu read out to the re?
lief to report to the Chief ouly.
The Mayor spoke up aud said he hud
issued this order himself.
Officer Toylor also said that OQicer
Snyder came to his house uud asked
him to go to tho board. This Officer
border denied wheu ou the stoud.
Officer 'litmus was the uexl witness.
While ho was ou the stand Chief lieb
tuau jumped up excitedly aud wanted
the witness not to relied ou htm, The
officer's testimony uus directed to
showing au intimacy between Chief
Bebuiau aud Church Lewis uud testi?
fied that wheu ho kept the street clear
of men aud women Lewis suit] to him:
"I helped to put that Chief thure uud
will sec about it, " He said that luter
the Chief told him to use discretion.
Be told about a warrant having been
issued for u raid ou Lewis' place and
how Lewis had fjotleu wind ot it before
it was served. When asked as to the
reputation ot houses on his beut he said
they were supposed to be houses ot ill
fame, "Have you your regulations'.'"
asked Judge Willcox, uud tho officer
auswered yes, but had never roported
auy of tho houses. He was severely
criticised by Judge Willcox for trying
to create the impression that Chiel
Bebniau guvc information to Lewis ns
to the issuo of the warrants.
Officer Snyder was called and told
of his having seen Chiel Hebmau iu
conversation with Mr. N, l!. Joynes at
night on tjueeu street. The questions
of Judge Willcox were answered reluct
nntly by tho witness, who eventually
confessed that he had been reprimand?
ed by Chief llcbmau tor arresting a
very small boy, und said that he had
"as much right to give it to him ; tliu
Chief) as he has to me."
Officer H, Y. Crosby fuw Chief Reh?
men talking to Mr. Joynes, but his
testimony iu the main wus favorable to
Officer \Y, 11. Williams acknowledged
that the Chief bad reprimanded him
lor arrestiug a cripple, and said he hud
bceu detailed by Sergeant Lowery to
look after some clubs. When hu began
detailing a conversation he hail Judgu
"Willcox objected, holding that hearsay
testimony wus not admissible.
"Yee it is," persisted Commissioner
"Bnt your legal n.ivisor says it is
not," insisted Judge Willcox und not
until Mr, Small hud spoken did the
Cpmmissiouer give in.
Officer H. Moore hnd, he said, re?
ported a place on lower Church street,
lor selling liquor on Sunday and gamb?
ling nud hud bceu told by the Chief
that ho was not there to do dttuctivu
work. This piace was au alleged
Officer Atwood had reported Charch
Lewis' place disorderly; Lewis had
been fined and he was removed from
Officer Hiinltr had been detailed to
look after the Suuduy clubs; had boon
given five names to investigate; did not
succeed in getting iu them. He got ia
auother, but could not buy anything.
Bad been told by the Chief to confine
himself to orders. He had once re?
ported Maloney's saluou on Tulbott
Btreet and tried three times to get a
warrant for Maloney's arrest, but Jus?
tice Burroughs put him oil each time
With tho remark that he would look
into the matter. Ho said he had re?
ported the suspected location of a policy
wheel, but nothing was done about it.
Wheu asked where the wheel was he
refused to auswer.
Officer James Wynn hnd Tcportod a
policy shop in Collins' luuo, which wns
raided a mouth later; had reported a
disreputable house, but no action was
taken. He said he had Been boys enter
the house No. 147 Washington' street,
corner of Avon; that somo of tLoie
boyB had put ou long pauts since last
Bummer; that no attention had been
paid to these reports. Judge Willcox
asked witness if be had ever vistVd
this bouse and be declined to aoawer.
A discussion ensued as to sucli Lonaus
' aud Mr. Verdier said: "1, (or ouo, am
I not goiug to try to break np Louses of
I ill fame aud tiio man vrho does try is a
? fool. Yet tluy can be suppressed."
Commissioner Pulton bald tbat tbere
was a law wbicii prohibited minors
from entering such houses, and, try as
i he could, .luilKf Willoox could not con
I Vinco hon to the contrary. Kveu after
I Mr. Small, tlio legal advisor to the
i Hoard, bad explained that there was no
such law the Commission shook his
At 6:30 the Board adjourned until
1:30 this afterooon, wheu the beariog
?rill be continued.
When Officer l'ltmus ontno out ol the
courtroom ho was met by Mr. Cuurch
Low is, who roundly abused him and
oetied atrest at tbo ollicer's hand".
(Jpou the officer's refusal to arrest him
he ohargod the officer with cowardice.
This Is a Name Suggested For the
Future Great City.
Xoaroi k, V:t., April 2d, 1893.
E litor ol 1 lie Vitfjiuiaii.
Seeing many uumes suggested for
?'Greater Norfolk,"as a nativeol North
Carolina, but now oitizsu of Norfolk, I
would respectfully suggest as becom?
ing aud appropriate, the nmou of Nor?
folk, Portsmouth, Purkley. etc.. tt
ntime that is known, respected nud rev?
erenced throughout tho world, ami
winch thrills with pride every patriotic
Southorn heart whenever mentioned,
aud that iiauie, noeil I say, is "Lee,"
the tiitruo of the grandest Captainjof tlie
uinoleeatb century?a Virginia mime,
ami one tu be meutioued in the samu
breath with tile father of bis country,
aud I think no true Virginian will hesi?
tate to auy it will be a moat tilting ami
beautified murk of respect for the name
o! otic so dearly loved by its all. Then
let it be "Lee City."
??Princess BosNiit."?This excellent
comic opera was repeated at tho
Academy lest evening to a fair size
audience and was u- on Monday night
received with groat applause. Tile
music of this opera is of the highest
order, aud to suy that it Iiub been
placed iu the bunds of vocalists of
much taleut iu cxprooslng it mildly.
Should "Princess Bonnie" return this
way it will receive u hearty welcome
from its many admirers,
ic on i i Mini- miti miwcii I'.xehniitre,
Judge Mntiekel hns chartered tho
Norfolk Kcul Kstnto ami Stock Ex?
change, tho purposes of which uro to
secure uniform mtuu in commissions,
etc. The officers urc: Thomas Town
sand, president: T P Rodgors, vice
president; W II Puldwiu, seeretary;
11 L I'age, treasurer; A Myers, .1 Y
Leigh, D MoOormiok, L D Smith, ?
M Pollard, A P Panuill, .1 P Audro
Mol tu, 11 N Page, .lohn H WhiteUead,
A W Oorniok.F 13 Nottingham, Walter
sharp, W B F Slaughter. II C llog
gnrd, W R Pentress, W 11 11 Trice, W
M Hannah, directors.
Ilmui \ ItltV II.I.
'1 he contract for building the < )cean
View Hotel wits vesterduy awarded
Mr. PrankJH. .May tit SI 7,00'). Tho
bids for gravel roof will be opened on
the 10th. The entire cost w ill bo about
i o rt tiiiitv la 'I'aUkliw
nbaut nur Aristo Plutino )iliotographs.
Have you seen them.' We are also
milking a bpccial of twelve cabinets
aud 16x20 enamel photos for $3;
twelve cabinets aud full crayon SI, 11,
S. Campbell, 172 Main street.
I It.. !< n i> 'I u u ?-<? its in Inn in llieee
('?liimitk lrldn>. Keep llixtt i.ycs
Iii itn ? <-<t llKiitth.
The .owulry aud watch repairing es
tablishuieul formerly kept by Mr. 11.
I'. Maxim, at Nu. 171 Main street, has
changed hands. Mr. George D. Chase
succeeding him. Mr. Chase will make
u specialty of rcpairiug and will koep
on baud a lull supply of jewelry,
watches, clocks, musical instruments,
stringe, ate. Ho will itbo give special
attention t,i works for the trade.
Special suit- i hi. Week ni l.vVV Uro?.
For list of bargains and prices see
lost Sunday's puper. All who could
not got waited on .Monday call again,
and we will try to servo you. If you
are alter saving money be sure to see
our stock and prices before you spend
Levy linos,, 171 Main Street.
The Hub m it he* na it. inn in llieee
columns iiiiint . -- ? l- Otiui eyes
Kan eli Klee Winu. il.
Five thousand bushels, highest mar?
ket price. H, E. Owen, 275, 277, 279
Soveral cars en route; must be sold;
also somo on track here. H, E. Owens,
?7? Water street.
Nobby effeots in Laster neckwear at
Nichols ,v Wallace, 169 Main street.
'I'he Hub makes II? il. I.iii In tlirir
entmint* i ii'i.vi, Ki-r|i in.to ryea
Those who never read tho advertise?
ments iu their newspapers miss more
than they presume. Jouathon Konsoo,
of Polau, Worth cottuty, Iowa, who
bad boon troubled with rheumatism in
hie back, arms anil shoulders tead an
item in Ilia paper about how a promi?
nent (ierruan citizen of Ft, Madison
had been cured. He prooured tho
same medicine, and to use his own
words: "It cured me right up." He
also says: "A neighbor and his wife
were b*.th sick in bed with rheumatism.
Their boy was over to my house and
eatd they were so bod he Lad to do the
cooking, i toltl him ot Chamberlain's
Pain Balm aud how it bad cured me,
he got a hottlo and it cured them up in
a week. 50 cent bottles for ssle by all
??Mist befoiu vour eyes'/" See liank
IB. Oslo's ?<?**.?' I
What the Quakers Did was a
THE CLAMS WERE NEVER IN IT
Tin; National League Team from Phil?
adelphia Wore Out Their Sticks
Upon the Ball Yesterday. Nor?
folk was Too Soft for Any?
thing. Result Expected.
The Norfolk:) out hut u sorry figure
iu the content with thu Philadelphia
League tcuui yesterday uftcruoou ut
Nobody expected tho local team to
wiu, hut it wan hoped that they would
not he subjected to stielt mi overwhelm?
ing defeat. When a 35,000 pitcher goes
in ?Kamst u .S~i()0 pitcher, it is a hun?
dred to one shot thul tho big man will
win: but when he is hacked up by a
$10,001) infield, the odds increase to a
thousand to one in his favor, and that
wai about tho odds against the Nor
folk team yesterday.
Tho Philadelphia team is croditod
with being the tinniest bitting team lu
the National League, und they hail uo
trouble iu sustaining their reputatiou
against tho Norfolk?. Those who wit?
nessed the game yesterday suw as lino
an exhibition of sciontitic battiug ou
tie part of thu I'hiladulphiu team as
will probably ever be witnessed ou tho
Norfolk grounds, singles anil doubles
beiug driven through thu iu?old with
thu force of cannon balls, ami the
yonngsters|sceuud|powerleaa to check
Manager Irwin bad his strongest
team iu tho field, and AlcGill, their
crack pitcher, faced the Norfolks in the
box. livery thing was cut aud dried
to give the Norfolks a good trounoiug,
und thuy "got it where Johnny had tho
mumps," "where Alary wears her
beads," "whero the chickeu got the
Lawson started in to pitch for Nor?
folk and did fairly well for four in
uiugs, holding the sluggers tiowu to
four hits, lint bad errors in the infield,
however, gave them live runs,only ouo
of which was earned, Hut in the tilth
inning they "got ou to his curves" und
touched him up for three doubles and
throe singles, which added six ruus to
Setley, who went in the next iuuiug,
farad no belter, live hits being mado
oil his delivery, including' doubles by
Delehanty and Smith, whicii netted
them eight runs more. Another run
iu the suvouth Hilling uncle their total
?JO runs, when the gauie was called ou
accouut of ram.
Norfolk's only run was uindo iu the
lirst iuuiug, ou a double by Hogers
und Lieget's single. They would have
scored two iu the third bud not the bad
judgment of Umpire Morns declared
Lawson out ou strike when he should
have taken "base on balls."
Tho ITidlies put up a perfect field?
ing game, without au error; while Nor?
folk's fielding was "ragged, nervous
und jerky, 'und niuo yellow errors is
tho record they made.
It is only luir to our boys to say that
the siukuesH ol second buscmuu VYhu
ley. has to some extent demoralized
the entire iuliold, aud accounts for
their looso noil; in tho last two games.
He expects to be in his old position
to-day wheu the boys meet the Lan?
caster, l'a,, Ham, l ullowiug is the
NOKI'OI k. i'll 11.a 1.si i'lllA.
I: II l o I I! II IM I
ii. lor,2b. 0 i l 2 Hamilton, cf. 2 a .t n
Carl "Mil,?- .... u I ?-' 2 Itt.yls, Hi. a U .'. u
II..iliu m, Sb. 'i u U e i i.'..>. .1. 0 O 1 0
Koseis, i i . l i l; i Keleltuuty, Ii .: :! n u
tVllsgiiii, lb .I i riisuipssu, rl - :i l o
Itufer, el . " 1 2 llHitllninu, 2t> :i ? a U
l'i?\flur.ll' .i l i i; nllivan, !.s ... 2 i 3 o
Tcti>y, c ..a ii '. '.| laments,. . u i 2 a
l.iw-n. |?. U t. 1 ll.railr. . .. :. :: i u
sell.y, |.. o o i ilMcdfll, p ... ii II ii ii
I muh, |..a a u e
Total. I S -o I Total. SO IS 21 o
siohi: i.v ismS'.s
Notfalls.?i (j o 1 n ii ii? i i
t'bUsdslplila. 1 1 .: o i; s 1-20
Summary; Earned Runs?Philadel
phia, 11; Norfolk. 1. Two-base I tits?
Hallman, ("?: Delebauty, Sullivan,
Smith, Rogers and Crowley, Double
Plays Hager and OTlagau. Rase an
Rails Off Lawson. 2; oft" Setley, 1; off
MoOllI, 1. Hit bv Hitched" Halls - :
Clements and Sullivan, struck Out?I
Hy Lawson, -J; tiy MoGill, o; by Smith,
", Wild Hitches -Lawson, ft; MoGill,
1. Time oi Game?One hour und
forty-five minutes. L'nipiic?Win,
See Wliai tko President til Hie Select
I UIIIICll Una lo Ml> .
IL H, dale. Esq., Jeweller:
Dear Sir 1 take pleasure iu saying
that the glasses' made for me, for "both
far-seeing and rcti.br,:'. by Dr. Week,
now under engagement with you, give
perfect satisfaction, correcting entirely
tho?o imperfections of vision arising
from a complicated form ol astigmatism
from which 1 have beeu suffering for n
number of years, I have worn glasses
made by celel rated opticisus oi other
cities, but lind that these givo belter
results than any heretofore worn, and 1
commend Dr. Week with great conti
dunce to all who experience any trouble
with their oyes. Vours truly,
? I as, L. \\ i.vsroN,
Norfolk, Yb., March 30th, 1896.
The ?Bify Roller Mills report a
rushing tradt! tho past week. Nearly
every grocer iu tho city handles their
llour and finds ready solo for it.
ii t laars <??<? liunne.
Tho Red Rug Poison sold nt Bur?
row's drug store. Warranted the
strongest article made. Only "? ceuts
a pint. A brush given to apply it. One
of our hotel men says: "It keocss them
silly, i would no! be without it."
Did you say your eyes were troub?
ling you'' See Prunk 11. Gale's "adv."
We make a specialty of remounting
diamonds aud line watch aud jewelry
repairing, engraviug, eto. Chronome?
ters rated* Ubaptnan A Jakemau,
SEAMEN IN IRONS.
Mutinous Crew on Board the Ship
It was reported last uight that tho
ship Flint, from Baltimore for San
Fraueisoo, had put iuto Newport News
ou account of mutiny, arid that thore
were nine meu iu irons. A serious light
had occurred ou board.
CARLISLE'S AMBITION. ""
Hi- Uopea to Ue Senator Blackburn's Sao
rn.ur From Kentoruy.
According to a prominent Kentnckian
who-ia closo to'Sbcrotary Carlisle, thai
gentleman will bo a candidate for tho
sonata to succood Benator Blackburn,
whose term expires March 4, I897,|tbe
day when Mr. Carlialu ceases to be sec?
retary of the treasury. Mr. Carlisle will
not bo ? candidate in the ordinary sense
of tbo term, although he will probably
go'into the state and mai;- somospeech?
es, but as n dark horse ho will be pre?
pared to take advantage of anything
that may turn up. Some of bis friends
understand .what bis In pos arc in tho
mat tor und will'da everything possiblo
to bring about ilia election. It is well
known tbut Mr. Carlisle has always re?
gretted leaving tho senate aud will bo
only too glad to roturn to that body.
Senator Blackburn, who hopes to be bis
own successor, realizes that he has tho
light of his life upon his bunds uud is
making avcry preparation for the most
vigorous oampaign.be ovor waged. He
will travel over every pari of the stato
and speak wherever he call Aud an
audience, and iu those places remote
from railroads be will visit bis constit?
uents on borsobuok, stopping at farm?
houses overnight, and entertain farmers'
wives and aduiiro.thu children. Black?
burn is. a magnetic sort of chap, witty
and never at n loss for a clever reply or
a graceful compliment, besides which
be has u'fonduess fnr tho three things for
which Kentucky is famous?pretty
womon, a fust horse aud good bourbon
WHAT'S IN A NAME ?
William I.. Wilson of Virginia Found Bis
no Open Sesame to the T reaeurj Building.
Under the rnlo of the department tho
treasury building is not open to tho
goueral public after2o'clock in the aft?
ernoon. At i ach doorway is a watchman
who admits niily persons supplied with
passes aud officials who enu-idontiy
themselves as entitled to special privi?
leges. A member of congress or n cab?
inet minister, on presenting bis curd or
stating his position, will be admitted.
To other persons tho watchmen arc
properly indifferenti One afternoon aft?
er ~ o'clock had struck and the doors
wore manned as t.!^(*"^rr~Hffldt-iit look?
ing man, with iron gray hair and flow?
ing mustache, sought entrance and was
denied admittance. He got iu Hnally,
and later ou in tbo ofileo of tho comp?
troller of thu treasury detailed his ex?
"I started to tell tho watchman I was
u member of tho bouse of representa?
tives, but thon 1 recollected it was after
tbo -ltb of March and the people of my
district bad neu!..' -ted to send ine back
to represent them. Then 1 thought. 1
would say I was a member of the cab?
inet. I had it n:i my lips, but felt tho
matt might throw mu down stairs, of
course 1 have boon confirmed by tho
senate as postmasti r genoral,*but 1 will
not qualify for some weeks yot. To tell
tho troth, I didn't know just how to
satisfy that watchman, and it began to
dawn on me I wasn't much or anything.
So 1 just told him my name was Wil?
liam L Wilson of West Virginia, and
be let mu in."?Chicago Tribune,
A Woman Commissioner.
Miss Emerson i f San Francisco was
appointed commissioner of tho'United
States co?rt of laml claims a few days
ngci. The position is to some oxttuit ju?
dicial. Commissioner Emorsen will
take restiniouy as an examining officer
and will decide whi ihcr tho statements
made before h- r nr relevant, competent
and material or the opposite. Miss Em?
erson's appointmei I came about in this
way: When Attorney Thomas^ Ball of
Virginia was m t aliforain last s-nni
int r. Miss Emerson proved ficrsolf a
very valuable assistant tohlm'in his in
vestigations under the 'Indian depreda?
tion at t. Togethi r they made a tour of
inquiry from Eurekn to Los Angeles,
and when Mr. Bail returned ,to Wash?
ington ho carried wjfji him a high opiu
iou cf Miss Emen :.'s abilities.
Exceptions Itoyo tho Itnlc.
It does not exactly accord with our
preconceived idoas-of English earls to
b arn that ngentlomaawbohasforsonio
years earned an honest living as n bi ok
keeper in Ton ivto bnsibeen identified as
the heir of tho Scottish earldoms of
Struthern, Monteith and Alrth. It is of
course possible that he may be a genu?
ine nobleman, but he baa not consorted
with prizefighters, ho haB not married
a skirt dancer oi a money chest, ami bo
Booms to be wholly unconscious of what,
is expected of n horoditary legislator/of
Groat Britain.?New York World.
Came Ool Wltli Colon Flylnc.
"When Unole Sam touched the pock
ets of the Jamaican Britishers by refus?
ing to buy their coal ut nn exorbitant
price, hu went Into an international
complication nnd came out of it with
full colors.?Philadelphia Press.
To have perfect he. 1th Von must have
I nr? flood, am! tho best way to havo
pine bloodil to taltejllooo's Sar-ariarilla.
. i... t.ui. Uhu.? lit; tii i,hi n, trieae
c.ilmnea 1 mlm. Keep lioili u yo*
Manhattan negligee ami white shirts.
; Perfect wjnd 1,eaters. Nichols ii
I Wallace, luJ Main size**.
Report of the Engineers Received
by the Board,
CAN GET'i HE WATER NEEDED.
Little Creek Will Furnish About Ten
Million Gallons Daily, Nearly
Double the Present Sup?
ply. Will not Have to go
to Lake Drummond.
Tho Counoils some weeks ago appro
printed SfiOO to employ ongiueers to
muko u survey of t?e various sources of
water .supply iu tho immediate vicinity
of Norfolk, especially the waters of
Little Creek, This important duty
wan assigned to Messrs. .lohu Graham
uud .lames Riddle,who have completed
their work, nnu it is believed have
solved the water question for some
time to come. They '.lud that Little
Creek will furuish nearly 10,000 gallons
ol good drinkable wutor daily; that the
topography of the country along Little
Creek is stloh that the water will ilow
into the present reservoir.
City Engineer Rrooke spoke of the
report very highly, says Mr, Geo. L,
Arps, who is working hard to Uud some
means of increasing thu water supply,
aud says that it disapproves absolutely
the idea that Norfolk would have to go
to Luke Drummond in a low years for
water. Mr. Arps believes that tho
water from Little Creek will bo an im?
provement, ou that now iu use,
Tho report is nu interesting docu
ment, aud was submitted to the Water
Ronrd yesterday afternoon.
The artesiau well company is still
pegging away and believes that even?
tually they will succeed iu getting the
The engineer, Mr, Healy, is much
more sanguine than ho bus been since
he undertook the work last fall.
'IUv Hub makes it* debus lit tiirso
coluuiiia Friday. Keep bum . >
It will be au ngruoublo surprise to
I persons subject to attacks of bilious
I colic to lcaru that prompt relief may
bo had by taking Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera uud Diarrhoea Remedy, Iu
many instances tho attack may be pio
vetited by taking this remedy as soon
as the first symptoms of the disease
appear. 25 aud 50 cent bottles for Bale
by all druggists.
J 2,000 POUNDS,
2,000 POUNDS, }
. ih'hteen months'core, will ho cfltred
at the remarkably low prico ol
17c. prr nouud,
Wednesday s niursday ai 43 Market Piece. $
A11 r?RS Rio f rw m 4 lo 9 founds esoll.
Also Live and Moiled booster*.
H. CLAY PICKETT
FANCY WHOLESALE UND RETAIL GROCfcR.
tSI o. 3 fVl arket Place.
^ Goods delivered frco. 'Phone 775.
?DE A LEU IN ?
MIES. CHAMPAGNES. CLARETS. BERGO*
DIES, MADEIRAS. -SHERRIES.
OTHER WINES; ALSO. FRENCH BRANDIES. CORDIALS. Sc.
POLAND MINERAL WATER,
And in stoei; .other Mineral \\stars, by
thu liai rel or uallou.
4 Granhy Street. - Norfolk, Va
Shirt Waists, in endless va?
riety, at 25c, 35c, 50c and
Our 39c Corset, worth 50c.
44 49c ' " " 60c.
" 74c " u $1.00.
in While, Black and Colored.
Our Leader, at 59c.
262 CHURCH STREET._
for- PMtfr? w p*T ? wnpv? a
11!? MSWt ISi* CJOIIKOO tl Willis;
in, 113 .mil 115 Bank St.,
NORFOLK, - - - VI lit 1 INI A.1
Large Stock of Finished
, MONUMENTS AND HEADSlfiNES. ,
I ^irlie*ey.ter JiUitDLAtfl. iftifVJ.I'.Y(
W K 4 1 11 Fit KKPOICT.
Forcen?! I<tr 'I'o-itar.
WaIIIIMUTON. D. OL, April::. 13'J5.
For Virginia: ? Clearing . ?eillier,cooW
er In ceatral :md toutuern |iorlioni
Por Korth Carolina: Clearing weather,
iuui.li cooler; mn lo northwest w inds.
MlSttATURE ALXAXAl -Sun rltel, 8 4p: sun sets
6:27. 1; i iriicr. 3:02 aud 3:39 a. ui. low water
'.'.is aud tu lo a. iu._
Local illeteerolacical Uata.
[fob 24 uoor8 en01no 8 o'clock last m..11T. I
U. S. Department ok Amucfi.TOiti:,
Weatuer BuaKAC, ^
Local Office, t'odsoti Building,
Norfolk, Va., April -j. 1S95, j
Maximum temperature. 7t
Minimum tempi l.itiii o. 50
Normal temperature deducted from 20
years1 ntisormtiou. 61
Departure: from normal.pltietl
accumulated departure for the month pluizti
Accumulate i departure siuce Jan. l ?'J Ml
Precipitation, in m !.<???. .52
Total precipitation .emce 1st of the
3. J. (iiiAv. Observer.
The Illlb nun.it, ils dob (It III lllrer
co] ii iii i. u trlilnv. Ei.i-cii built ejeo
Notioo Prank II. Gale's "adv."
SpriBQ niiUiBcry Paris Hats,
Will tnl:e place on
APRIL 3d Sc 4tbi.
The ludiei will Sud many things iu our
Oit.ibl nhmoiit to pleaso them, nud a cordial
invitation is extended all to Call,
MRS. J. GILLERLAIN,
128 CHURCH STREET.
Ho! For Easter..
.'. .?. FOB YOUR
CALL OX XJS.
Walter J. Simmons & Co.'
177 MAIN BTRBBT.
The Virginian's Daily Hints
HOUSE KEEPERS !
Bill of Fare
TO - MORROW,
Thursday, 4th of April.
I copyright. I
i hatltjr should pervade tbe whole life, just ai On
in >li ihIui ol tbe trees nil; tin- ulr ?Uli a ttiousuuJ
BREAKFAST. Sliced Bannntl wita
Cretin Broiled lie.:?ic.k naked Potstotat
1 o.iover.. Maple Sytup. t ollee.
Dl im inj er. Ruaal Betf. swect Polotota,
Ilniioii Com. Lettuce witli Krencb l).enog,
Urupo Jam. Sponge Kall Pudding, euuee of
supper. Creoiu Ton it. baked Apple*
Cold Meat, Prune i. \\ bile aud Urubuui bread.
To loir tcasnoonfuls ^liicsar add ball' a tea.
spoonn.il salt i.d..-i^iiili pepper; mix; adj
olive oil oi lacltod b.iitir 10 u.t\
ONE PRICE HOUSE.
OOOO ODO?OOOO oooooooo oooc
We havo just opened a now lot of
these Kooiig m now nlld choice pat
i he^ ? stylus are tar mure dosira
blj thr.n Um last lot tri had All
tieiv and c\<iuisite designs.
Wash Silks, Wish Silks, Was- Silks,
23 c. 23c> 25c.
Our Mot to-=Low Prices.
Under the Academy of Mus o
I WILL make an Extraordinary
I Announcement THIS WEEK. Look
out for it. It will be of interest to
every person In Norfolk.
New Shoe Store,
- 164 Main St. |
DIMITIES, DIMITIES, DIMITIES
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY Til EM AT
L. WESTHEi IVIER'S DRY GOODS STORE,
ioc and i:c per yard.
Just received a beautiful line of Wash Silks in alt
Shades, tin.- very thing fur trimming purposes, only .jcc pet
yard. They can be bought no where else for less than 50c
Missus' Seamless 11 ose, Sizes from 5 to o. 12Ac pei
pair, usually sold at 20c, guaranteed fast black .
Turkish Bath Towels, jj inches wide b? A'> inches
long. This same Towel h.i^ been sold for 25c each. 1 have
received a big supply of them and will sell them at iou
All other goods sold in proportion. Give us a call.
lS$-"3 Cliurcli Street.
3 T R I CT L. V O NE PRICE,
R ambler ^^^f^ Spald i ng
SOLD FOR CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS !
We don't have to talk a "lung" out explaining tlio merits of our wheols, They toll
themsolvu*. Von ?11 kuow we bell 75 per con:, of all wheels sold in thil leetiou. Wtoy ? 1 >
Because we Hie lie Wheels ol MM Repfiiion.
Thev have been witli you for years, l'ou know they uro all right. Join the threat
raOltttudo. Fall in line, Oorno to see us.
PHONE, is.'. 87 MaTN 3'f ,
Cwf it. 11 hour* of our Riding Academy in another column. Largest in the country,
Cost you nothing to learn if you aro a purchaser.