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The Home Team Getting a Move
on Them.
THE BOYS SHOW IMPROVEMENT
Scliey and Herr Did Fine Work in tlie
Box. The Grounds Were Heavy,
Nevertheless Errors Were Few,
Another Good Game Ex?
pected To-Day.
Notwithstanding tho rainy weather, '
muddy diamond and threatening
clouds, the K?me between tho Hostous.
ex chatupious, and thu Norfolk team
canto off on schedule time with about
COO ot tbe fuithfnl rooters iu alien.i
ance.
Althongh tho grounds wore in the
worse possible condition for a scientific
exhibition of tho National game, those
who were present saw ono of the best
games that tho Norfolk team bus yet
put up, aud u good many of tho dis?
gruntled faces have already taken back
a number of the ugly tbiugs they havo
said about tho aggregation of bull play?
ers who will uphold tho 'ortituos of
Norfolk iu the couiiug Stoto League
eonteat.
Herr was iu the box for the home
team aud for four iuuiuga bold the
??Beau caters" dowu to en scattering
bits: which netted them only ono run,
but in tho fifth they succeeded iu
gauging his slow drop ami baltod out
tire runs. lie retired in thu sixth,
after two moro mas had been made,
Setiey going in in bis stead. Four
more runs, making u total of eleven,
were scored beforo the- Colts succeeded
in getting tho third mau out.
They scored one each in the seventh
aad eighth ami retired with eighteen
hits aud thirteen runs to their credit.
The Norfolks begau their run getting
in tho third, when u baso ou balls pre?
sented to Hauptmau, n hit by Oeier,
Herr's sscrilico aud Whnley'a two bag?
ger netted tho homo club two runs.
'They scored another iu the fifth on
H oilman's base ou balls, Haupt tnan'a
sacritlce aud Herr's single. They fulled
to score again until thu ninth, whoti
Hager's homo run started the fireworks.
AlcCaun got a life on Long's error ami
camo iu on Hotlmau's three bnguer to
right ?old, tho latter scoring on Ueior'a
hit to centre, tietley retired tho side
aud ended tho game by Btrikiug out,
aud tbe Norfolks bail a record of ten
bits and six ruus ou their side oi the
tally sheet.
Although our boys wore beuten, Ihn
showing they made yesterday was very
satif factory, uud has dono much to?
wards restoring the oontldanoe of the
public in their ability* to play good
ball. The games heretofore put up try
them have been for from being what
the local patrons of the game bad been
led to expect, but yesterday's work
demonstrates tho fact that the loose
playing of the local team lias boon due
moro to the lack of condition than
from inability to play good ball.
"Skinny" MeCauu, who was given a
trial in left field yesterday, play fas;
ball, and "looks like u find," nltbough
biH hitting was slightly oil.
Corcoran and \\ ha ley both put up a
good gatuo and will make a good team
when they buvo worked longer to?
gether.
Eddie llerr'a old friends wero well
pleased with tho showing ho made and
look to tee him do good work iu the
box this season.
Ho?iue.u'a three-bagger wns n timely
bit anil is a sample of what bo will do
wbeu he getB iu playing form.
The g it tuen thus far this season have
been for from what ih generally kuowu
as "dirty" ball playing, and tho Nor?
folk public has heretofore been un?
familiar with tho kind of ball Firs!
Hasemau Tucker uud. several of bis
colleagues of tho champions of the
United States put up against tho minor
league team oi Norfolk. The first time
T'uokcr reached first base ho prevented
O'Hagan from lidding tho ball by a
brutal puuch in the stomuch; uftcr
beiug thrown out at second btieo in u
subsequent inning he smacked the ball
out oi little Whaley's hands, uud in the
ninth interfered with Ueier on the
line so that he was put out at socoud
base,
Long, the short slop,seemed to think
it neoessary, iu o*der to bout the Nor
iolks, that it was Iiis duty to cripple
young Wbaley, ami nimost succeeded
iu domg to in his eitort to prevent bun
from completing a dooblu play. Stieb
practices may bo all right in National
League games, where the teams uro
supposed tu be evenly matched, but u
bus heretofore beeu tbo popular opin
ion that Kostou ought to" be uble to
beat Norfolk without resorting to tlity
ball practices, Harry Wood umpired
good ball for tho first four inuiiiRs.
The lialiiir.orcs will play Norfolk
this afternoon at 1 o'clock. ' Kissinger
will pitch for tbe visitors, und it is
probable that McDonald. Norfolk's
now left bander, will twirl for the
locals, 1'erry Curr, a catcher from
Cincinnati, who arrived last night, will
be behind tbe bat. Score;
no
~ . ,? ??., It it P?E
Wlsley, St.v i . 01 l.owe,'Jo... .; -j .< ?
uircvrsu.ss. ... o ?_? l i l^uig, '.' . j i
CgHagau, lb . u l Oltiillr, ef i-ii.
linger, rf.. I -2 j t> M.lartiiy. If. :t 1 ? u
JaeCsiin, li. ... 1 0 I ill ,.i.i,,, rl t i n o
boflaiao.Su.. ?_? l i :| im-ker. lb..... l j li i
Jlsii|ittaau, rl. 1 Ii 1 U.\\ce, lib. .. ?_> ?_? i i,
i'cler. c. I 2 it 11 .Varorr, c. . u l a n
?'?"'. I?. 0 I I. I 1 tyatl, c . i! .: (I
ttt.cy,|.. o 0 e ? I i llouD, p o .. .i u
'olau, |i. unit)
lod.oo, p.0 O I u
Total. 1.: IS 27 ~
BnuMAHY: Earned Runs- Norfolk,
U boston, 5. Two-base Hits?Loug.
* Dully, Wbaley. Three-base IIits?
mau. Home Hun ? Hager. Stolen
Nyeo, McCarthy, Colliris.
jr. Double l'ioy?Hoger ami
Uaso ou Balls?OIF Herr,
: Sullivan, l; D?lau. I; Hod
truck Out Uy Horr, '^; Set
jvau, 1; Hudson. 3. Time?
i L'nipise ? Mr, Wood,
FAIR
\vi.t i iai.it itr.i'iMcr.
torerll?! Itir I'o.ilttV.
W HIHKereS, I?. <.'?, April 10. li'.?*>.
r.,r Virginia l air: wcsterlr wluds.
Vvr Sur lb Carolina; i'nlr; warmer In
? .s i:. |h>rtioUj westerly wind*.
MlMATt'ttK \ivav?. -Sun ii?e?, 5 :'.': iuu MU
IfcSI. Iil|;l water, I? 37 aua 9 M a. iu. I?w ?>???
ifctil ami 3 a IB.
1.01 hi Ncteorwioaicitl Ifitift.
[ron21 noons ksdisoS o'clock list smut.)
L'. s. in i'ahi Mi:sr ?r AoHloOLTonc,
VYBaTUKR Bull KAU. I
Local Onlce, Dodsou DuidHng,
N ntKOLK, Va., April a. 1893, 1
Maximum temperature...... jtfj
Minimum leniporutuie. 60
N?riu.ilfcrnporutnre deducted from 20 ^ |
via:- hofsrvniipn. M
Departure from normal. plus 7
a, iiiiiutati I lepnrture for tue mouth win*43
a. ennui "tu I ilapai turi- liuva .lau. i ? J 00
Prei iplinli ill. in lUi'hos. .01
rotaj precipitation aiuce 1st?! the
montli. ???
J, J. Orav, Oi^crvor.
v., i emu ?I ?cliool lluuril.
'I ho School Hoard held a meeting
yesterday,
Tuu Superintendent's report was ro
ceivod ?Uli liloil.
A conitnunioation was received from
the City Trensurer eayiug thc.t tho
Councils bad voted S10.00U to build a
school house in tho Fourth Ward.
Mr. John 13, Wbitebcad, Cbairman
ol thu Committee on School Build?
ings, reported that tho,; committee
would proceed with thu oouatruotioii
of Beid building us isoou km u lot whs
noourod,
t he,. Finance Contmitteo approved
hills amountiu? to 38,002.18. Tliia
committee also reported thy clerk's
hooks correct.
I'bo following preamble ami resolu?
tion was adopted:
"Win hkah the (.'oniniittoo on School
Buildiugs aud Property, iu conjunc?
tion with tho School Trustees nu.l mmo
members froin the Council of tun
Fourth Ward, have agreed upon u lot
for tlin locution of the now school iu
tbat ward,situate on the uorthweat cor?
ner ol Princess Auueaveuue and Smith
atrcot, being about lui>\l?u lout iu
measurement, more or lean, nod Bald
property belonging to the city; there
iuro be it
"Resolved, That on account of the
urgeut necessity of completing this
sohool building before the commence?
ment of the uexi Bossiou, Unit the hoti
orable Select ami Commou Councils
sru respectfully roqucated to make
truusfcr ol said property to tho School
lluurd ul Trustees us soon us possible."
Itrjitlli nl ilr. I ilward Jurilan,
Mr. Edward Jordan died ut his home
in liraniblotou suddenly about 1.1
o'clock Monday nigbt, The decoasod
was a brother of Messrs. Amos P. ,lor
dau iiiul Samuel I'. Jordau and loaves
a wife and eight children, He was u
Coufedorato veteran nmi served iu tho
Sewell's Poiut Cavalry, Mr. Jordan
was <'i7 yours old. The fuuoral will
tuko place nt I o'clock to day from
residence,
DEATn OF .MHS. UltOXOM.
Mrs. Bloxom, wife ol Mr. E, O, LT,
Blosotn, died Monday ut her borne, in
Aoooniao county, aged >'?'? years. Be?
sides her busbund sho leaves Bevon
ebildreu, two of them. Mr?. (?. W, I2d
wardsaud Mrs. W. J. Stratvhaud, L>em?;
residents of this city.
llnrtfi'i l.o?i.
The tug Thomas A, Hain, Captain
Williams, arrived here yesterday from
Wilmington, Del, Captain Williams
lays that ho lelt the Breakwater Stiti
day morning with two Atlantic and
Danville railroad barges iu tow, whiob
were lust by the parting ol *.i hawser oil'
Capo Churlcs Monday nigbt about 8:110
'clock. The Haiti yesterday went
hack as far as Hog Island iu search ol
the barges, but could not 6ud them
and came to Ulis port, 1 hero was u
mau named 1?. C Boyd, of Matbows
county, on one of thu barges, who has
a Bister und mother living in West
Norlolk.
?I'O A it i Iiiul null- ilit' (nil.
A speoial meeting of tlio Presbytery
of Norfolk will he held on Friday uexl
nt noon ut the First Presbyterian
Church, to authenticate the cull" of the
f irst Oburob lor tho pustorul services
of Itev. I>r. J, l\. Howertou, uu?l
iinthon/o its commissioners lo proso
oute the enll before the Presbytery ol
Arkausas, of which Dr. Howortou is a
tueuiher.
AM?SEMENTS.
Cleveland's Minstkbls,?Tho snlo
of seats for this massive organization,
which gives ouo performance nt the
Academy ol Music next Friday night,
opens this morning, tbe prices being
'20c, 60c, T?n und si. This is tine ol
the bigesj minstrel compauies that has
visited Norfolk iu veers ami is con?
sequently a very expensive one,
? lie <. r< :ti Storm
of wind and ruin yesterday prevented
numerous would-be customers from ut
I feuding our special cut price sule of
I goods bought from receivers' sale ofj
I the E. S. Jatlray ,v Co. stock. To give
every ouo u chance at it wo will con
tiuuo the sule nt same prices as adver?
tised. See Sunday's paper for list of
goods und prioriI, Wil. ulso add ten
pieces bountiful patterns line Japanese
wash silks at 29o |yard, wbiob arrived
yesterday. Don't miss tins chance to
save money. Levy Bros,, 171 Mam
street.
,i Iteu it 111 ii i Kilmer offering-.
All my coslomers will be presented
with a handsome Faster card eutitled
"Spring," on Saturday, April 1 ;th.
Do not fml to get one
O, I). Kenn v.
apT Ot _ 140 Mum street.
If you want watches, clocks, jewelry
or silverware call on Brown ,v Wolfe'
hiiccesgors to S. H. Smith, 11 Bank
street.
Nobby effects in Faster neckwear at
Nichols & Wallaoe, 10'J Alum street.
Low License Adopted by This
Brandl!
AN UNINTERESTING MEETING.
Tlic Meeting, of the Select Council
Last Nip,ht Was Devoid of Special
Interest. Mr. Hunting Voted
tor Low Liconse, Which
Made the Number.
Tho regular monthly meeting of tho
Select Council was held hist night,with
President Win-ton iu the ciimr and tbe
following members present: Cooke,
Uoodridge, Priuoc, itollaud, Wreuu,
Hriggs, lirougbtou.
I he minutes of the last meeting were
road und approved.
Mr. Wreuu requested that the privi?
leges of tbe Hour by extended to Col,
L. ?. Starke, who asked f ir tbo vestry
of St. Luke's that vitrified brick bo
used in paving mi Grauby street iu the
viuiuity of tbe ohm ob.
An ordinance iu regard to long dis?
tance telephones was referred to tho
Ordiuauce Committee.
Tho Council took up by agreement
the tax lull ut schedule D referring to
li.|Uor licenses, und after parliamentary
spatting at long range, the minority
report offered by Mr. Wreuu wub
adopted, Ayos, Briggs,Cooke, Prince,
Wreuu, Itollaud, Winston ami hunt?
ing. Tbe ordiuauce as amended was
read und udoptod as u whole.
Tho proposition to pavo Grauby
street with vitriiicd brick was lul.cn up
out of tbo regular order for Col, Stark
and others, and the Hoard ol Street,
Sewer and Dram Commissioners was
instructed to pave witli brick if the
property owners gave their consent.
i tri motion of Mr, Good rid go, tho
matter ol opening Yarmouth street
was referred to thu Sheet Committee.
i\lr. Itrougbtou offered u resolution
instructing thu Ordiuauoo Committee
to bring iu an ordinance making tho
penalty for selling It |Uor on Sunday
or without a licence, ?l00, ouo-hall to
tbe informant, The resolution, alter
discussion, was withdrawn, ami mi
amendment to the original ordinance
was roforred to proper committee.
The minutc:: of tho last meeting of
the Select Coiiucil wore read und con?
curred in, except tu the mutter ol up
pointing a c unuiittoe to take iuto cou
sideratiuu tho purchase ol property for
a cemetery instead of using tho hind
lying between the two old cemeteries,
A petition of the property owners to
have Tiyloi'a lane paved w ith rubble
utotio was granted.
The petition ot ?, W. Meredith to
counoot bis store with electric lino so
as to run fans by electricity was laid
ou tho lablo.
Mr. Hunting asked for a report from i
the special committee on tbe widening
oi Churoh street.
Mr. Cooke, chairman of the commit?
tee, said that ho had talked with Mr.
\ crm.r, president of the company, who
said ho would give tho comuiltteo a
bearing,
A communication irmu the School
Board in rig.ir.i to school house for
the Fourth Ward, was referred to the
School Committee.
A communication from tho pro?
prietor ol tho Mansion House asking
that the Inn of I hat botlBC bo exempt
from the provisions of tho liquor ordi?
nance, v. es relerred to ttiu Ordi
nanen Committee, and tho Council ad
journod.
? Iiei.ii? or Vontli'a C'omiiHiiloii.
The Youth's Companion, always
good, bus a way of outdoing itself!
1 he Laster double number just re
coived is an esue of rare excellence.
Its handsome and appropriate cover is
a fitting introduction to its contents.
The lender will find ill this Laster
number of tin- Compauiou a rich treat
ul the very liest stone-1.
i:\iru Special -?nie. Hosier.- unit
<.l?vck. IVrlclit'*, lue 'I;.in Mreut.
line lot billies' fast black imported
hose, l2to a pair, usually sohl ut 2">o;
one lot at 25c, worth Utio;ooe lot Indies'
fancy lisle hose, black boots, Site, worth
."?He; one lot gents' extra line fust black
socks, nt 12;c, worth 20o; one lot Indies
kid gloves, slightly spotted, 250 u pair,
wero 7?c lo $1.00; one lot ladies' dressed
and utidresst'd kid gl ives. colored,
ii pair, were SI and $1.25. Big bar
gains all over tho store. Call ami see
jus. Wright's, ItHi .Wain street.
Manhattan negligee and white shirts.
Perfect world beaters. Nichols A
Wallace. Kill Main street.
Notice Frank II. Galo'a "adv."
in i .1..
I I'XltKKH-At tha resTileiice of h i has
baud, No :ti)i) Court street. Portsmouth.
i Va . A; ril Bib, is;.:,, at 1 IUI i . in . MA It I .1.
PA HKS. helori 1 wifo VVm. Q. W. Parker.
j iu the IS year of he. age.
I'nneiai Troih Ht. Paul's Catholic Church
j THIS ; We in- sday) MOIININ .. at 10 o clock.
1 fneiuls and acquaintances nr. Invited to at
I tend.
i Ledgor, Portsmouth Sur, Proo tlyn, N. V .
iiii.l Itiltiinore papor* topy,
Bf.IiIS? At his residence. 3.7 art f-ticet.
Portsmouth, .... m ril 1805. 2 a. mU
i IIA ULIS it. KI.I.IS, age! ;ti yoiirj, l>
ia luths aud 7 days.
i n. iuiu-iai ?nui-cj ?rill take place at
Co in ml M. i. i a.i. I. luiti (Wednesday)
AIT'lllNcON at a o'clock, i nan.is ami ac?
quaintances are respectfully iuvited to ;.t
ton I.
SIMPSON At 1.' o'clock Tilesrlav,
April t'th. Is;..,, at the r--i sace of his
hroihcr-iu-law, James I-:. p.,rr. No 1.10
tjueeii street tiGOKUB W. SIMPSON, in the
?1 Ith year ot In- g ?.
Tbo ftiuefal win take place front n't lato
residence ril IS (Wellie day AI I U.N<>,>\,
A; ni loth, at I o'clock, tr ends and a -
quautau'c aro rcspe I fully invited to at
ton I.
"KS CCUPER L'ARBLE WORKS, | "
in, 113 and 115 Bank St., ?
Norfolk, . . . viiionm,** ?|
Ui to g| . k of ITi ished {PpM
MONUMENTS m IIEADSIONLS. fe-fe,
*e"ltt?aj u,t m.-ai-OlAXK DfjL] y EbyJB
207 and 209 Main Street,
It seemed as though the whole city turned out yester?
day tu see the triumph of
THE HUB'S GRID Hl 0PEB1BG!
No event in the history of Norfolk has ever seen such
an outpouring ol interested sightseers as were here last
evening and no commercial event ever witnessed a busier
time of hustling buying than proceeded here throughout
the day. Word- are powerless to describe the magnitude
of the thousands upon thousands of phenomenal bargains
that pervade every department at THE HUB. Wherever
you look here your money will bring you surprising re?
turns in goods of choice, genuine qualities?goods glisten?
ing with newness and beauty in design?all going without
exception at prices, the like ol which have never been
known in the annals oi merchandising.
COME 1MH fi
Men's Clothing.
SEE IHE
S8 00 Meu'a Cheviot Sack Suits, SL98.
12 UD Men's Fiue All Wool Suits, $6\9fi
10 DO Meu's F.legaui Dress Suits, 88.98
is ut) Meu's Tailor Made Suite, S10.19.
?JO 00 Men's Superb Suits, 812.05. ?
2 Ho Men's Qooda Pants, 92c.
II 50 Men's Splendid Pfuts, SI.00.
,r? 00 Meu's Tailor-Rlado Pants, $2.97.
8 oil Men's Spring Overcoats, $1.97,
Finer goods in proportion.
Boys' and Children's Suits.
?i 7 00 Boys' Panto Suits, ?!.'>?".
H .".Ii Boys' Mixed Cheviot Suite, $?,19
in uo Boys' Fiuost Suits, SG.98.
?1 GO Children's Combination Suits*
81.118,
5 OU Children's Two Picea Dress
Suits. $2.48.
i; on Children's Choice Suits, 83.97,
50 Children's Knee Punts, 17c.
Better Suits in proportion.
Men's Furnishings,
7?o Men's Outicg Shirts, 119c.
50o Men's White Shirts, 28c.
SI Men's Pulhrii^nu I'ndcrwcar, 10c.
StSo Meu's Sweaters, ICc,
l?c Men's Liuen Collars, three for 25o.
25o Men's Linen Cull's, two pair for 25c
500 Men's Silt .Neckties, lOo.
SI Men's Best Neckties, 46c,
75o Men's Silk Bibbed Suspenders,
Kamoiei
Bicycles.fP?f' Wm Bicycles.
SOLD FOR GASH OR EASY PAYMENTS !
-o?
tte dou't hav, t . : In r? ??limn' o:it explain ng tbo merits of our wheels, Thev sell
lUemselres. You nil kuow we sell 75 ? rceut. ol all wheolu suld in tins section. \Vliy! ? -
hllK W JPI'iii i
" Til l\CyUiui!Uii.
Tim; have her-n with vo i for years, Wu know the) uro all right, Join tin great
uiultttutlc. Pall in Hue, Come to sec us.
8T 91
PHONE, MA 87 MAIN ST
Car See hour i ol nr ItidiUR Academy in another colomn. Largo-t in tbo country.
Cd-t ypu nothing to i ,un ft you ars a purchaser,
13 H Mmml 11
Ladies' Russian Calf Hand Sewed Lace and Button lb>ot
on the New Trilby Last.
?<$3.00>
Ladies' bine Dongola Hand Sewed Lace or Button Boots
on the New Trilby Last,
$2.50 and $
Our M LiVS TAN SHOES at $x\ are a special feature,
and guaranteed equal to any Shoe sold in Norfolk for $4.
Patent Leather, Russet, Calf, Enamel Leather, Cor?
dovan, on the I rilby, Opera or Medium Toes. Specially
provide.1 fur the blaster Season, at Popular Price-.
IO4 Main Street,
Norfolk.
220 High St reel,
Portsmouth.
HAN L , Examined by Your Physi
^_ v YOUR^ cian if theyare trou
' -\ EYES (P bling yon.
ft / e 1 )r\ It mAy pri vo ilisnMroni to ?!
.? delay or ubmit to inad?quat
f) J treaimem. i It, Kl LIU1T, ?culut. wid bo at tin jowi
,f 1 ii' 11; Qreatiwood ?* Uro.: IM Main sirsol, Norfolk, W.
1/ ou I HllllNUAY ofoach wuek. from H A. M tool*. M,
Vj / CONSI 1.1 Ulli FOlt OLASsKS.
-{M < ONHULTA I IU.N t i.i-JL,
*2\Usw?iMir?r-l.Yi.i;i TflUlWUAY.
EASTER NOVELTIES
?IN?
MILLINERY I
in great variety for Ladies
and children.
LARGE ASSORTMENT
?IN
UNTRIfTimED HATS,
fVi. WEINBERG,
252 CHURCH STREET.
prat!ey
ONE PRICE HOUSE.
C0PES! CfES! CHPES
SLAUGHTER SAU OF SPRING CMS!
These arc all new and the
very latest styles at the
following low prices:
Our$ 5.00Capes, now $ i.8<
3.88
5?O
9.50
11.50
1 3- 5?
r 6.50
- 2. ?
5-9?
" o.()S
S.89
" 9-89
" 10.98
This is the greatest bargain
yon ever had offeree] you
in Capes.
Our Mono- Low Prices.
8? aia i;v ??*?'r
Under the Academy of Mut o.
We Will Let
Our Goods
Speak for
Themselves 1
?0?
BEWARE of
1 ol tho vile mix
tures that an- sold fot
IS 1 HIS!
1 i you appreciate GOOD
(',()( )l)S. call and test our's.
We always advocate the
lie-t or Med in in Grades. A
half pound oi good Tea ot
C?l i kk will go farther, last
longcr.givcBk i i kk
Satisfaction and / * /
more enjoyment ^ I
anil ole isure in ^ 0 J
di inkin s, i hau 3 ^
pounds cheap, 4/ j
trashy goods, 9
which is not
only detri- ^
menial to fita^
health, but- '~v
~v 0
a
Thi<
slow
sun.
poi- SfE?
0/
dc au
t i f u 1
ART
/ PANEL
Will be
Vi
Ul IUI
-1 1 <r ?
WEEK DULY,
HI
' /
Saturday
April
INCLUSIVE.
OOCOOOOD
13th,
Hi PA? lti CO..
I specim I 1 Dai: \
i - $
AExtra Large California 7a \>le Peaches^
f psr can, i8.~. ')
$ 9
lExtra Large California Dried Cher-\
p ries, per pound, lie. . ^
^Extra Fine Messina Table Oranges,4
^ a dozen, aoc. S
\ H. CLAY PICKETT I
\ F?SCY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER, \
Q No. *3 Market Place. ?
* Goods deliverod froo. 'Phono 705. ^
? ^Jw "<?y- **** "^IV o
EASTER STYLES"
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Walter J. Simmons & Co.?
THE POPULAR II ATTERS.
LOWEST PRICES. Opeu eveuiug until 9
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JOHN VERMILLION,
?DEALER IN
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AND
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4 Granby Street, - Norfolk, Va
'PHONE 1S3.
Camphor Balls
Insect Powder.
Powdered Borax,
Carbolic Acid ;ind
Carbolate o! Lime
For Disinfecting Purposes.
Be d Liu^ Poison,
< 'amplior Gum.
Fresh Stock and
lor Sale Low at
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80. 76 Mill STREET.
OPPOSITE ST. JAMES HOTEL,
NORFOLK, ... VIRGINIA.
PHONE 783.
COODS DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS Of
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'I'HE COCNCll? "I' M>U OI.K HAVING
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SHlrclug ;, i .iit.ii.iiin daily ?ater ?up.dr ol ura
million gallon*, will I.i ? i ill ii,i. ???lie of this
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foi ftirnlidiliig the li. ,,i?,I ..i kilo with the pUl.it
Slid Die nlaiii onlvi tho ground tile heilig fur*
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litictl bank eliei-k Inr mm ll.iiiisnnd dollars win ft
will Ii- r.tnrin-d i, ii i-it,,?ini l.iildim, lb*
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I i""v? :11 in nioilis fr.ini ruining ? srnet?,
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si n i iiicaftiiromeuti fur pn es to lb?
Norfolk A) one..
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bottle. Hold bj ?U giils throughout
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