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I IQUIDS can t cure Dyspepsia,
neither will drastic griping
pills uf mercury.
will and do. You can get a sam?
ple sent you, free for the asking, to
prove it. They contain no mercury
nor opium. If you have dyspepsia,
better send for them.
UK. J. a. deanb CO..
Kingston, New York.
MrANTBO, IMMEIMATKLY?A ls.iy rteuo
graphcr, (40 to S'.i pei month! i right parly;
?t*o mauasiiig I.iekec|Kjr; uue to: | r.?.u-- family,
?nnfor botol. IUQ Main street. :i|. .-lt*
\\. ?STBD-Tia?.i t.g pact .1 oil talesmen
M grocery clerk; man tu drive uillk waguu 100
Main meat. I i-lt<
?Tu make iiiil mom i Vi \ lino ?l ft i lec
i in. Telephone. Itcsi seller nil Eartb. Soul all
?. in .lets r>a y to sei up; lilies of any distant 0 A
|> ao< leal Elect rle Telephone. Our agents milking
IS to $10 a day *a?y, Kvcrylaaly.buy*; big inone>
Hitiiuut wore. Prleea low. Any one i m make ST?
per mouth. Add ?-- W. I'. liAltltlsON St CO.,
Vi ik No. II. Cohiunibs, Ohio, we.-a
W AN I'lil ??Tli.' pnMic t. krow tli.it an?-no
m w fab I iie a tele tapaoi telephone hue ie, aired
or ballt sboald addiati j ii. uI Y, linesman, Suf
* ilk. Va. ?|..;.. t
W'AltM O?The jublli! i? cautioned ugul'sl
?? ra-hing any draft or ehrck purporting lo ba
?I (??? ?"?1 by ?>: dl .?II II l>f III I ?Ol of It. I.. Ml.II
foid. C T. MlJNFOUD, Greenville, N. C. uj2-:il
V'AXI! I) T" S I.I. \ V\ i u I - I Mil I -III Ii
m at oil buflues*, consisting ol one h"!> and
two carls, net ngine and llxtiire*, with imex] I rod
lease ?>' loi lr luithtr iiarliculais, s.te II. C.
Jin ...\K|i S Co, Thune7-id. iult2S-lw
.? > ii'ini?'iuiii>iiiiniiiiMii sample: staple sel?
ler, ea-ily carriod, We nay expense* ami sa'n ? >>
rem mission and furtilsli fcainpht on application.
Addrcr- l.u.k lios. 1-, Ne? Yurk i ity.
A Stennd-lland tieneral m> rclnin
II din License. Address 1.1? KNSK, Oils otiice.
TlTANTED A Ant-elassro r il ccok: settled;
. derstnuils marklug. Apply SI Church sireel
aftera. in. ;.??.
iV'ANTI D latdy hw. nt? Ibroiigboiil Virginia to
M handle an article that sells on its mem. Ad
Sies* i-i Fifth avenue S. 1 ., Itoa-uokc, V*. oo20
/iXLOl; i'Wii i. : .Ml.n ean obtu n board
*' and coiufotnhe room with piivae family.
If us aioUtr ie: releicnce* rxcbangtd. Address
Vv.?.,ctic Virginian. sets
ill AM I n ? Special \dverlisinc CanTasfcrs.
'I familial wiih premium tuorehautila trade;
suoney maker ol 1891. Also elorer general canvas,
?era ..n grestetl sc?.r ol Iba .1 iv. STANLEY*
Sill A I'l.I.V..'. Ii If., Si . New \
KEWAUP will he paid for the returii of a It... I.
and Ten < otdon Settel Do?; end ?>: lau I- . m .
mill answer to name ..l N..il." l.ea?, .mv iol r
?na.ll iu -i 262 Cut roll -t r et. a; t
?Cill. BEST t? I.Ill . It...?n and live in. .1 l ,rv
1 .in : it own l lour lUsi'iiils; lr It, Iii.I mid
all kiutls l-nmy Caket.21a per found,al hwi
HAKl BY, ? Market I lace and UCbarlolli
. lt.ll POSTAUE HI AMI'S was I Eli I 1)11 i'ASli
*' ?All kinds ol I'iiIkU Kiatci Postage Sumps
tfttietl i-efor ? ISIU and Con ed< rale -t:.hm>- lo Uli n
?oll. .l.oii. AI- ' i .iil. l. i .:. Mo ? > ... ,| tVai
? rip Address at oace, t Ol.bEi rOU, Yirglaian
1 <<-Y -PI Alt'. liO-Ain hiiday morning, le"
1. twees 9 . ml i" o'cl< ek, txtwecn Virginia tire ?;
en I Cietclnud avenue, on Clui|iel streei Kisiler
files it it-turn lo Virginian O?I ? mr.il-tf
1IONKYTO I !.Ml in nmount. io soil on .".t
jtl city ronl cititr. C. Will ITI.K SA.MS mr,t-tl
?/PI'l"lAI.- i ointi. Ie ii.:tu. nt oi l eLiiiai v
?> Magaxinos: Huskin't Works lieamlfulh InioiiiI,
?2.-I9 per stl. Sliakc*|ieare'* one-linll Itunsia '?in.u
lugs, at S2.4fl for tbo set, sod iiiany oilier bargaius
?i Nt SB AI M ?, ii Main tllcet, Noifolk, Va.,
4 .1- I
lim Ulcmlshes, in 1.10 p. <?
John II- Wawdbury, l.
Invunior ol Woodbury's
nrugs. Patent Medicines, Toilet Ariiciea,
Cigars end Tobacco. W. R PUII.UPS, 21
?Jain street._e. 10
I 01c MAI 1 .
3'Olt PALE?Four-Slor? ii0111. Ibe ??est end
' uf Y01U Hre't; lat. -i Improvrmenti lor
icrins spply to Fl N 11:;a A. .1 LA? II? rlU-Iw
JTORBENT.-hlVI'ItYS'l VlthES AND 0FFII 10
1' 1 ornei o: Union sad Chun ii ttroets, the i.lde?i
?n.t most coavsnleol ttalil s 111 tie citi II nt
MatOiiablo lorl-niK tpply VV. It. I I N I III.--,
|2 Baak itr.et,tf 250 Fre........ 11 ?tr.- t. ml. .. In,
y?lt ltENI On I'reemiMoii street weit of tlrauby,
J' 1 wo deilrahlr rooinf.wltb nil . onveali nc. t; gns,
4ath and attention; references exchanged; mwler
Ste lent. Address IL J. II ,rare Virginian, mrlO-tl
Voll RKKT?Two vary desirable rooms weit ..t
f Qrtnby itrrei Frcomnson, with ull conven
Meaces gss.lialb ami attenllon. liefere cet ex
(hangeil; moderate icul. Address ti, II. II .u.
ROOM FOR RENT.
One or two gentlemen can obtain a nicely far
clhlied room, centrally located, with sll modern
convenience., including bsth, vxn und lust, with
to tlnce minutes ?ralk of tbocloctilc hue. A.
?-?tat? Vlagiuiaa, swJlMt
The Local Lore of Norfolk Put Down
OWNERSHIP OF A SCHOONER.
Betrothal Announced. Forwarded (or
Interment. Interfering With an
Officer. Crew of the Wrecked
Laura Nelson Arrived. Re?
ports of Baseball.
A revival meeting in in progress nt
Trinity M. E. Church.
Tho Norfolk Boat (.Muh has oleetuii
oilicera for the ousuinx year.
The brig rttaoy Clark lias goue to
Lambert's Point to load con!.
Thu Norfolk Cycle Club will have a
moonlight run to tho water works Fri?
The betrothal of Mr. Mosos y. West
huimer, of Norfolk, aud Miss Carry0
! lirowu, of Baltimore, in auuounoeit.
IgjMr, .1. '1'. Huwyer has been elected
prtsidont of tho Fpworth League, of
Cumberland .Stroet Methodist (Jburoii.
Mr. Hough, of tho Philadelphia
Prose, who is travelling with tho Phil?
lies, paid tho Virginian a visit yester?
Tho remains of Mrs. Cnrrto F. Fluu
uagan, wife of Mr. L. L) Flnnuagau,
wcro forwardod laut evonitig to Middlo
towu, N. V., for interment.
Mr. Boswell T. Camp hu* nccoptod a
position with tho Mutual Lifo Insur?
ance Company of New York and cau
be found in tho C'oluiubin building.
Oaorge day, white, interfering with
nn officer while making au arrest, was
sent to jail yesterday by a jury in thu
Corporation Court for throe mouths.
Messrs. Crockett and Copnortou, of
Onaucock, Vn., have onturud u libel
unit here to settlu the ownership of the
schoouor Ellen Matilda, ol Onaucook.
Mise Alary Freeman, of Nashville,
Teuu.i who has been visiting .Mr. und
Mrs. 13. 15. freeman, No. 20 l'urk
street, has returned home, in response
lo a telegram that her mother was ill.
Capl. Stoddurd and eight of tno
crow of tho wrecked Ibbiug schooner
Laura Nelson, arrived here yesterday
morning from Uodie's islauii. the
schoouor went to pieces within four
hours Irom tho lime of striking the
Tho Western Union Telegraph Com
pany tins completed the circuit to nil
tue ball grouuds in tue State, and ru
p irth of games in progress will bu given
to petrous thiaseasun as usual. Through
its manager, Colouel N . 0. Pnmplin,
thu New York papers wcro givou the
result of the New I'ork-Norfolk gumo
of Saturday und it was on the streets ol
the Metropolis by the tiuiu thu players
had rubbed duwu iu Norfolk.
I In- Hub null.es Ii? ilttutll tu I Ii ran
ru I ii in us lildui. Keep bo III ev?!?
Tho Town Council will hold its refill
lnr monthly meeting on nest Friday.
1 he primary iu Southampton fur the
nomination of county officers will take
placo next Saturday, Offiaera in lelo
ot Wight will bo nominated at u mass
mooting nt the courthouse a week from
.Mr. \V. N. Camp returned yesterday
ir. m it trip to Florida, nceuninanieu by
bis brother, Dr. Camp.
Mr. W, W. Cockcy, who conducted a
mercantile business on upper Kilby
street aud another slnra in the country,
has assigned, with W. I>. Ferguson .v
t'o. as preferred creditors. The liabil?
ities arc not supposed to be large. Iho
Urm of Cockcy a .lotu s, of Rast Wash
ingtou street extended, ot which Mrs.
i i .Key is a partner, is not affected.
I ho act of ordering u primary for
tho nomination of municipal officers by
the Executive Cummittee, as reported
in yesterday's \ tu unian, is favorably
accepted by the public.
I'l .rsix Pinn Company.?At a meet?
ing of the l'hn ni.\ Firo Company Ii, K.
Smith, .'r., ru.Mgucd the position of
nt.- istant foreman on account of removal
from town, aud .lohn Crocker was
elected to lid the vacauoy. John Mitch?
ell was choseu as hose director, A
!i gi gtiou from ono of tho officials Hint
Iho body support u certain Council
ticket at the coming primary was njt
Dkuim linconiiBD,?Mrs, Lottio s,
limes mi I husband, ol Florida, to .1.
Letoher Uay, one lot on tho corner of
Kilby aud Chestnut streets. 81.100.
Wm, A, Ii. Fley, trn?.tuc, to Osio O,
Miami, one lot on .North street, 3389.
Fun Association Dikeotoiis. L'ho
Board of Director! of the Suffolk Fair
aud Agricultural Association had n
called meeting yesterday iu the ofiico
of the President, < <t \V. Nurney, It
??s decidtd to abolish the usual August
races, the only ceh bration Ik in / an
October fair. It was moved and car
nod I hut more attention be civon and
largor premiums bo awarded to agri?
cultural, stock and poultry exhibits.
The racni!,' will still remain a feature,
Catalogues and premium lists will be
published about May 1st. Col. L, L*.
llnrper, J, 13, Hooker und ?!, T, Par
kor were elooted members ol the hoard
vice B, Ui Dumville, Siduoy Britt and
N. (i. Nortleet, resigned,
A Bicyci.b Collision.- A voting
man named Lacy, who works nt the
electric light plant, while riding a bicy?
cle yesterday, collided with Miss Fva
Bartlett, daughter of Mr. Columbus
Bartlett, Ho was going rapidly and
tin! young lady was thrown several
foet, receiving very painful injury.
She received attciitiou ftotu Dr, E. D.
? in- Hub ill a Una II? ilebul in llieae
? <> 1 it in iinj Li v. Keep IxKli eye?
Try Murray's dinners mid breakfasts
COc. each. They ore tho best in the
Ststo; 51 lioauoko avenue.
Tho Local Board of Improvement
met last ni^ht with Mr. Basset! in tlio
oliair, with other members present as
follows: Messrs. Be u ham, Buuting.
Lewis, Mason, Stcthug ami Winslow.
Mr. Bassett stated that settlement
had bo?ti ellectod with Mr. lluupt for
witter pipes laid by bin).
Mr. Lewis reported work douu ou
Kelly avuuno, us provided by action ol
Mr. Mssott, of a Hpcctal committee, '
staled that he and Mr. Outteu had not I
tjuuti able to attend to tho matter ol
Violation of street inspection,
Ou motion of Mr. Sterling, tho mat- I
tor of appointing a substitute police '
uinu was pluccd in tho hand of the j
1'olico Committee with power to not,
this committed being Messrs. Bouliuin,
Bunting and Whiteuurst.
Ou motiou of Mr. Winslow, it was
ordered thai the balance duo .Messrs.
Burrusa .v Batoholder be act aside by
the Councils out of tho puvemeut us?
sessmeut fund, tho amouut betug S-15?
aud interest duo ou lot purchased of
thorn for extonstou of Highland avc
nuo, also Ibat they be notified to re?
move thoir building ell' this lot iu ten
Ou motion of Mr. Bouhum, the
Bourd decided to ask for bids for pave?
ment of intersections of Highland,
Windsor. Willoughby, Mursball, Mult
by and Reservoir aveuues.
On motion tho Board grunted the
petitions for city water on Bose aveuue
mid BruiublelOU troui I'ark to Cam
postelln budge, -1 iuch pipo lor the
former und U inch for tho latter, to bo
provided out of tho i uvemcnt assess?
tin motion of Mr. Mason, it was
ordered that the polios notify resideuts
on recently improved streets to arruuge (
drain pipes lrom their premises to the
Mr. Bunting reported the dangerous
condition o^ corner ol Muplu and run
Ou uiotiou of Mr. Bcuhum 810 was
appropriated to abate this nuisance
under the supervision of tho Street
Mr. Mason called attention to tho
necessity of certain improvements ut
the corner ol Corprow aud Maltby
avenues, whereupon, on his motion, it
was ordered that the Street Committee
have a wooden culvert, With the neces?
sary grading, placed at ibis point.
tiu motion, it was ordered that the
street t omuittioe receive bids lor
building un open stone gutter at the
corner of Kaiiioa-.l and Highland ave?
Tho report of the committee on tho
Maple aveuue utlisauoe v?us received
und the committee contluued to report
ut t ho next meeting.
Communications were rend from the
j Htroet, Sewer ami llruiu Commission
and the K, J. Acker Construction Com?
Mr. Ackor was present and made cer?
tain explanations as to the proposed
plan for lighting the ward wttii gas,
and asked the board to grant the truu
obiso ot the streets lor gas mains aud
t)u motion of Mr. Lewis, the amend
ed petition of tho li, J, Acker Cou
struotiou Company was recommended
to the consideration ol the Councils.
A commuuicatiou from Mr. Ueorge
M. Mi redith, asking fur periuis-iiou to
OOUUeet with the o.octric wire Irotu the
pov?or house of the Norfolk Street
Hallway Company for electric luns ami
li^ui in Ins store was fuvorubly consid?
ered and granted.
On motion of Mr. Winslow the sum
of i-)j>> ) wes to be asked of tho Coun
oils as n loan for general expenses of
tho ward, to be reimbursed lrom the
tuxes of I S'J5.
The Board nllowed properly un?
proved bills and adjourned.
Tho Parsonage Aid Society of Me
Keudree will meet to day at 1 o'clock
in the lecture room.
Mrs. I). B. Caiti und little daughter,
Tunstnll avenue, are expected to leave
today fur Washington, I?. C,
ScninxF.n's Maoa/.ink,?The April
number is tin excellent one. It con?
tains "i'our Kalter Pictures," "His
torv of Last Quarter <>r Century of the
Unitod Stutos," "Triueo Charles
Stuart," " 1'lni Art ol Living," "Eduoa
tiou" uud "Who Won (be Battlo of
Now t h loans ?" Puce, 21 cents.
?Ioiin.s UorniNs Ukivkhsitv. Stuiuks,
?Tin: ViunixiAN is in rocci|)t of tbo
tli irtccuth serios, ooutainiug "Tbo
Kurly Uelutions Botweou .Maryland und
Virginia," by Joint II. Latuino, a. B.,
and "la History Tust Politics," by tlio
editor. Tubliauetl tnuutbly. Trice, .Oil
Tub Ambuican Jrwras.?Tbis is a
now monthly, ptiblisbetl by Koaa Sonn
cschtnu C'Jtupauy, Chicago, devoted to
social, religious ami literary subjects.
Auiung tho articles in u "Nuhidu Ueniy,
Her Lifo und Her \V or Us," "Tbo Tor
tiou (if Womou iu Atn or ion," "Biogra?
phy of Mra. Solomon." prcsideut of Na?
tional Council of Jewish Women, ami
Topnlar Scionco und Art. Trice, K'o.
SI per aunum.
ELIZABETH CITY, N. C.
Ki.i/.auktu City, N. C., April2,?The
Co mots, a juuior baseball club wild an
average age of IT yc?rs, was orjjriiuizorl
last night, with gl'lurcucet Winder us
Mr. l.ogan E. Old bus left tlio post
ofliue to ncccpt it position us muiiugcr
of tlio iusurauoe busiuess of Mr. John
II. Burgess .V Uro., which was looentlv
bought out hy Messrs, W.T. eld null
W. 13. Dutistuu. Ho is succeeded by
llicbaid Lamb, .sou ol tho Tost mast or.
There was a small social gathering at
Iba rosidouce of Miss Lou Davis, ou
North K mil Htrcot, last night.
Miss Suiiio Suwyer toff tins morning
for her homo at Bell Cross, Cumdou
Mr. .Inhu H. I'.urges-;, Jr., will
shortly leave hore fur Nor full;. Yu.,
where lie will ugaiu engage in tliu iu?
Mr. Charles Torest, of Atlantic City,
Va,, has accepted u position iu tho null
of tlio Elizabeth City Lumber Cum
'i iie iinii itintta'a Ii* ilobut in ilieau
r.oliiinua Srlilrsi. Keep lutlli urea
t'rer. and uinii inn built Wniiis,
Torf cot health ainl strength, to dare
and to do, that's whut you waut uu.l
you liuow it. Hore 1-. a sure way t;i
get it. Dr. Greeuo, ol :;."> West lllh
ht.. New York Cify, is tho most sue
cessful specialist iu the world in mir
tug nervous und ohrouic diseases. He
.- also i ho illscoveicr ol that wouilurltil
medicine, Dr. Ureeue's Nervura blood
uutl nerve remedy. He has established
a remarkable ayatem of letter oor
rcspoudeuce, by which you can write
him ubuiii your complaint, tolling just
how you fuel und stating each symptom
fruin which you areauiieriug. He will
auswor yon latter, describing your
case thoroughly and telliug yuu u surr
way to regaiu health and strungth.
Aud lor all this you have UotlllUg to
pay, He gives most careful attention
to every letter, uud describes eaob
symptom bo exactiy that you cannot
fail to understand precisely ?ir.iu.i
j'ou, He luaites n specialty of curing
patients through letter correspond) nee.
You have no fco to pay mitf you don't
havo to leave home. Hero is the best
opportunity you ever hud to get well.
Will you acoept or reject it'.'
Tii?< a a tit. Miukt's us drbui in tttepu
column* i i unit. ICt-r|i bo III et'lsa
Special suit- i ins IVcoU. wriiriii'n,
i Uli Mill ll Nlr?fll.
Sco Sunday's Vihoixiax for cut
price list. Everything marl.cd down
to oleau up the stuck bought irora tho
trustee. Big bargains nil over the store.
Call ami sco ii?. Wright's, TJ? Main
Tlio W. C T. I . will meet with Miss
Clara l?well, Avonue A, to-morrow
afternoon ut I) o'clock.
Tbo revival meetings at tho Lam?
bert's Toint Trcsbytc-riuu Church have
closed. The total number of conver?
sions will aggregate over 11it*.
It should lia?n boon Mrs, B. T. Wes
t .u, Colley avenue, who celebrated her
anniversary on Sunday, not Mrs. H. F.
Watson, as reported iu Tin: Viiioinian
i : yesterday.
Castoria. is l>r. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children, If eon tuins neither Opium? Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. !(. is u harmless suhstitnto
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Sjnips, und Castor Oil*
It is IMeasant. Iis u;iiarntiteo is thirty years' use. by
Millions of Mothers. Castoi'iu is the Chiulreu's Panacea
?the Mother's friend.
"CastorSnJsso w. II adapted to children that
I reconimcnd It aSMipci lor t . .my prescription
known t>> me." ll. A. Aacnca, M. I>.,
lit So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. |
" Tin? use of 'Castoria1 is so nnlTersal and
It1: uici Its so well know u thai II seems u work
t.f supererogation to endorse It. Fcwaro tho
Intellifont families who do not keep Castoria
truhiu easy n ach."
C.uu.03 Mau.vn, D. 1>.,
New York City.
Castoria cures < Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives bleep, and promotes dh
\\ Ithout injurious medication.
"For several years i havo recommended
'Castoria,' and shall always continue to C>
So, as it lias Invariably produced beneficial
Knwis 1'. PaBMS, m. ix,
J-Sth Street unit 7th Ave., New York City.
The CcSTAOR ooxpakt, 77 muroav StrSKT, New Yokk CriV.
New KuglNBtl I'ropOMM to Hum m 1 im:;
ouo Iuto GftiUMttt?
N'i-w ISugltuidors projioao to get out
of electricity all Ilm good thero is in it
us it motivu power. Thofonro numerous
watorfalla among thoir lulls und moun?
tains, (Im force of whioii they proposo
tu utilixo in gouoratiug power to t un u
railway (?oiu Havorhill, Mass., through
io Quebec, 11 (liBtaiioo of uonrly 800
mili s. 11' built, this rund will bo Ilm
iitost picturosquc in the world. Tho pro?
posed rond will travorso tlm wholu of
tbo White mountain rogion of Now
Hampshire, und after louviug it will
strike into tbo wild und picturesque
ruggoduuaa of (hu provinco of Quobec,
<)f tlm entire length of tho rond, 180
miloa will ho on the (Jolted States side
of iii.' intorational boundary lino, Uio
roinufiiiiig luo inilofl boing uudor thu
jurisdiction of tho CnnUdiuns.
Littlu freight could ho expected to
puss over such u rond, und tho Imlk of
tho passouger traffic would bo ooufinud
to the nniuuior months. Indeed it is
doubtful if snob u road could hooper
ntod at nil during tho winder Boason.
Possibly Booaebjody connected with tho
enterprise may prove sufficiently ingen?
ious to provfrtu some kind of runner
which could bo uxobnnged for wheels
mid which could be operated by olcctrio
ity, so' that . the .-ars conra gliild Over
tho surface of the snow. It is said,
though, that tho road could bo built und
opornte'd so inoxponsivoly thai n good
Butuiuor travel would bo BUffioioiit to
pay satisfactory returns on the outlay.
The proposnf to*,construct such a rond
is likely to.arouso n good deal of inter?
?I<n- .1. trersun'a Lin k.
.Tosoph Jefferson has struck bedrock
Rait. "Thoru that has gits."?Huston
LECTURE BY THE_ HON, JOHN CQQDE.
On Thursday Evening, April 4, 1895,
;it s orl ick, at tioi Lecture Itonm of st
I. in e i i piKcopal t.'huroh, tho lion John
(ioode mil deliver an a ill < ??> eut11led
"A Retrospective View."
Mr. Ooode's long aud eventful career and
laige kc a tuici- w.II eijiiUIn him to ilepiet
mailt nta '-tin events and eall to uilud
o11.iiv u.ili d men of I is time. The pro obiIh
ot ino eulertaiutneiil will be ovoted to a
no i fo ili ere tl u ot a ihurchiti el
for l o unity \ a.
i ho -1 sing gentleman have kindly con?
sented to ut a. a Co.iiiuittco of Arraugo
incuti, under whoa iitiHpieos the address will
he made It. II. Dakar Charles Sharp, Jas.
i . lie tit K. i: Murray L. I? Starke, Jos
T. All)li, Wahn H li^lo . CJeo U. Hi e I W.
I>. Ito in lree, w .,. V\ Old, II r l.ovall, Wm.
II. Wime. M Itleunaii. Iticbnrtl II. lun-iall,
A'iain Trodaell, ? o.e. (I Klli.it. Win. IS.
Taylor, Jeff. T. i ratieia, 11. A. Dohle.
inr II-11 ADMISSION. 60c.
Special foMThis Week!
One hundred of MissoV II. Welt Shoes in
l.i. i- hui Congreaa, nr <*i $2.611 roauce.l to
ii.v.'., inn pair boys anil youths lluttou ami
L-ioe, |irici- 91.2 .">, ro luced to 7.V at
M, i MADDKS'S,
.'...'0 Church street, nearly opposite,
THE MUTUAL EUILBI1IG ASS03IAT1CH
OF NORFOLK, VA?
OFFICE. 31 BANK STREET,
offorii raperior in lucomonte to both invrst
ore an I liorrowere. Stock mituret In five
i e n ? sad u kIii mouths.
For further particulars call at o:i e
IDA I IIOt.T,
rar3MW Fiuaucld Secretary,
Uli; MISS VOGELS,
l.ATi: OK TUK
BERLIN COKSERVHTORY OF [0?3IC.
ii A? IIKItSOK I'lAXO, violin and
"TMEOf^V OR MUSIC,
AccOiiUiNd TO TIIK LATEST CON8KKVA
TOMf MU IIOD.S.
MoJeto langiiigoi taught practleallv an l let
eret Icallv alter I be.method ?I i be llcrlln >. ho.I
languages, whereby pnplli learo rapid I; lu ?peak
>s well a< mad and write. Eight year* expeiitate
?broad, Studio with Amen & Kurk.-. .Mum it reel,
Commencing Tuesday, \pril 2nd,
and continuing until further no?
tice, the sailing hour ot tin- Pro?
MileiH o slops will he ii o . lock
V- in. instead of 5 p. tn , a* heie
J. ?. WHITNEY, R. II, WRIQHT,
Tr.tthe Manager, Anent,
DdtiuioiS. Md. Norfolk, \ a.
M t S. BACHRACH & BRO,
OLD GOLD REFINERS AND ASSAYERS !
WE PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR OLD GOLD.
I 'u not s.ici iiii'o any nid (told Mini you miiy have, but write us to i all on you and Riva
yon out nrlct-l ?? u: Live old gold from uuy part "! ihu Uuito I Statrs. and U amount
allowoil i-< mil mil ifnoiorj mo pay express ouiirj(ca both ways ami roturn packuge in ?amej
i OUitlliUll III* I u 'oivod.
S. BciclaraLch & Bm,
UM Cliuroh Street.
ENRIETTAS, Navy, Myrtle, Cream. Baby Blue, Nile
and Pink, every thread wool, 25c a yard; never
so low within the memory of men.
One case bright plaids, look like wool, but are not
wool, ioc. These arc certainly twenty-five per cent,
below usual price.
Strange things in wash goods. Printed Jaconets, two cases
of the most exquisite patterns. Se a yard. These are
being sold to Lhe mo-a knowing buyers in the city.
Soon nothing hut memory of tiiom will be left; 12ha
for S, that's all.
Bargain of bargains, Men's Silk Embroidered Suspenders,
actually only 15c a pair.
Crinkle. Crinkle, Crinkle.Littlc Crcpon Cloth, how I won?
der wnat you are; west window lull of it, 8c a yard.
Plissc Wash Fabrics, French color effects, lovely, simply
lovely, this, 20c, 22c.
Ducks, Piques, Pcrcals, Crinkled Crape Japon, the great
store is lull, and wagons unload at the door every day.
Sheets fell last week?Snow white siieeis two and a half
yards square, splendid make ol cotton, hemmed, ready
id use, fell 20 per cent., were $1.50, are $1.25 a pair.
Come quickly, if at all.
TEW & CLAY.
OUR NEW STOCK
GREATEST POSSIBLE RANGE FOR SELECTION
Newest and Choicest Goods
Of 1 3 n <. * Si'jt.*?it5.
lbe Variety und Assortment in every Di-nai tniout is
?Imply man I Tin-re in no tun? like to?
day tor tho buyer who desires
'I Im I'lcU or 1 Ilia Oorauletu collection.
(JioiiiiCT and Gems' Fuinislier,
1C2 MAIN STREET,
SHARP & GWATHMEY,
We oner ;oin ? or thu most 'tosiribla
Isvcntmonls nun uu thu mantel.
Nu. 101 tiruuny ftreo;.
No. !KW aun 'JM Unto streoi.
lenemei I rental properties on Cliurcb,
Bmitli, VVillouRbby, .iHtnea aud tteiley
vko-o t lots <>n i'linmoie. i re ?.-:-.
Princess Auue, I'lume. Itiversida, Wind?
sor Hii i New < nit . streets, and I'ark.
WilloaRbbv, Central ana II Avenues, and
niituy tuoru at Lauiburt's l'oiut.
Cottavo at Virgiu n Boaeh,
Store 19 Ctnou street.
Honso 55 Queen xtrcut.
Home* on bertnuda street.
Ii. intu ml Doasti street.
llot^o Avenue A llnutorsville.
Otlleei and sieeuiu^- apartmenta an
!tow of uhw liotiiiaj P. A. mouiw t>2?,
.So. 5 l.oyall'i lano.
(,:,.,.. on ground Ooor. 96 Main stress
fltto i to 'utt ?ppiiounts.
New house, lltversiile, 7 zooms ant]
kUbio iJatalis). 5ia.0U.
Ilttcltlii^titoii livviltiKj*?;* Granby Street*
Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Arithmetic, Banking, Etc.
No education is complete without a thorough business tr lining. Student* ndmlttsd.
nt any time, Individual instruction. No classes. Etox'uit rooms over looking N'orfoU.
In.rbor. '1 crms reasonable. 1'or circular* address
i. W. PAT TON, Principal*