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MANY OFFICERS DROPPED.
Chief Rebman and Two Detectives
PATROLMEN ALSO. VICTIMS.
The Old Turnkey Forced to Bid His
Fellow Officers Good-Bye. A Five
Hours' Whirring of the Big
Buzz-Saw. The Force
For five hours yesterday nnd last
bight the Hoard of folios Coinmis
Siouers sat iu secret oo nolave aud de
capitated the Chief, two detectives,
-two patrolmen aud the oldest man ou
the toree. in poiut of service, Turnkey
Wm. Crosby, who bas stood the storms
and tempests of mnuy administrations.
2n all of the business transacted Com?
missioners Yerdier and Holtou voted
togotlier, but iu tho dismissal oi tbu
Chief they did not have the vote of the
Mayor, who, however, as tho clerk
afterwards told the reporters, informed
the Commissioners that lie believed
they acted conscientiously in voting
for Chief ltebmau's dismissal.
It was a little after 1:30 o'clock wbou
tbo Mayor arrived aud entered tne
private room, whore bo found the other
two Comuiissiouers, nud then began
the secret session, evou the clerk being
The lirst person to enter the room
was tbo recently appuiuted Detective
Richardson, who remained a few min?
utes, came out into tbo auto room,
pulled from his pocket a book about
a foot long, jotted down Bometblug
Then Commissioner Holtou came out
and told Tin: Viro'.nian roporter tbnt
there would probably lio nothing to
give out to the press, but to return at
(J:3U o'clock aud tbu clerk might be
able to give biui tbo business trnua
"I thiuk," said tbo Commissioner,
*'tbat the luturo meotiugs will bo opeu
to the press. I want to see everything
Wide opeu." Then the Commissioner
re-entered the private room.
Oflicor Curies, who always stands at
the iuticr door to keep out tbu med?
dling reporters, seeing that Tau vir?
ginian mau did not accept tbo modest
invitatio? t?i retire, busied himself in
kindling a tire aud then settled himself
iu a couvenient chair and awaited de?
A moment later < >nicer Hoover was
sent for and was closeted with the
Hoard a few minutes,
?While the Hoard was discussing a
commuuicatiou which appeared tu n
moruiug paper a few days ago con?
cerning tho jiower of the .Mayor, there
came a heavy rap on tho otitor dour
and when Otlicer 'Juries opened it
Chief Kebraau banded in a letter with
the remark: "Here's uu important
letter for the Mayor."
Tho officer took it, curriod it to the
Beeret room and a moment Inter re?
turned to tbeaute room.
Then ibe board resumed its confer
ence.the clerk at this time having Ueou
called iu. The talking at times, us
heard through the heavy door, seemed
to be animated. It was evident that
the ease of Chief Hebtuau was uudcr
discussion. Commissioner Holtou's
voice was seldom beard, the bulk oi toe
conversation being between Commis
eioner Verdier uutl tho Mayor, the
clerk also being board at intervals,
Again the door opened mm the clerk
emerged. '1 bis tnuo be went over to
his deck in the ante room, and securing
a copy of the charges against Chief
Rebiusn,returned to tbo meeting room.
From then to the hour of adjournment
the discussion was coudiictcd iu voices
znuch louder tbau previously, aud it
Wbb 11:35 o'clock before tbo door was
opened aud Tin: Virginian mau told be
could enter. The board bail then ad
journed, nut this is a summary of the
business given out for publication:
The charges by Mr. W. N. Waller
against Lupt. King aud Substitute
Oflicor A. A. Wood house wero dis?
missed, the board disratiug Officer
Woodhoiise, who was too lirst sub
Ctitute iu lino for promotion.
The charges against t hicf Rebman
Were takeu up, and lie was found
guilty, the Mayor votiog no. Ho was
then dismissed from thu force.
The knife, iu its next lall, caught
tinder it the head of Detective .loiin
T. James, aud the detective's ollicial
lifo went ont.
Detective Snowden was the next
Victim, but succumbed to tho blow,
stud his head uleo dropped in the
Turnkey "lYru. Crosby, known as
"the old turnkey," was also dropped
from the force,
Otlicer K. E, Williams was tho lust of
tho old men to stiller decapitation, aud
as the knife still held its keeu edge 01
llcer Hoover's neck wua placed under
the blade. It was charged that Otlicer
^Hoover had made false representation
to the Hoard concerning bit. height,
and his head dropped.
?. L, Hancock, Thomas Brown, M,
M. Freeman and warnen t iuy were made
regular ollicers, the luBt tnrce being
detailed for duty in Auuutic Citv
The following assignments were then
made: ( apt. King, aotiug chief; Capt,
J.add, acting lirst assistant chief; Ser?
geant Ciitbriell, acting secoud assistant
chief; Second Sergeant Kobmsoo. act
iog first sergeant; Third Sergeant |
Itirehmier, acting second sergeant; Of?
ficer Lafayette Taylor, ,acting third
sergeant; Otlicer Griillu, actiug turu
ksy, vice Crosby, dismissed.
A Bt-atiiiliil Latter ?rliurillC.
All my customers will bo preseiitod
Wjth a handsome K?ster cord entitled
"?Spring," on Katiinluv, April Hitb.
Do not fail to get one.
0. D. Kenny,
*p7-6t mo Main street.
Look in our v, indow und seo tbo line '
Of Sterling silver novelties for oniy j
Me, ?t Onapuau & JakoinaQ's, j
Wi: tin in m riiitr.
for Ol a?i l??r To-tlav.
W.tBIIISaiOS. l>. C, April 12, K.i"-.
Vat Virginia:' Fair: winner: south
run 11 '?!? !l> " Inila
rAln . For North L'arnlioa: lair. exesi'l
Ishowsri "h Hie cu.utl ; wuruur; south
Mini at si* mimvh sun rises, 6 mn sets
.. . ii ,i, ?surr, li 11 ana 11:2 > a. ui. kit/ tratet
.'.1 aim ."? .'I ii. in.
i in ni tlnteitrwinsienl nmii,
?on 21 iiouus iM'iN-oH o'clock last siauT.1 j
LI, S. bltrAllTMEST op Aiillti'l'l.l l ilt, 1
Wniilllt llUltKAU, ', i
Local Office, . .? .-.-n building,
N.i.i. i>;. V.\., April U, 1895, I
Maximum lelhpcratiire. li
Minium ii temiicvutiiie. iu
Norm I ti in; e: i tu re ilc Ittctod from 21'
vears niuer* tiuu. fi6
Departure from normal. ?1!
Accun iilal? I dopartnre U>r the mouth plu?!W
Aiouiuti ito I ilepaituru siuce Jan. 1 - dOA
Precipitation, m Inches. .u
'loial I'rocipilation aiuce 1st of tho
J. j, i'iiiai. Observer.
CHM?LR OF COMMERCE.
Handsome Picture Presented by Mr.
At tho mooting of tho Chamber of
Commerce ut uoou yesterday the oil
painting of tho steam brig '"New
York,'' mentioned iu I'm: Vihhinian
yesterday, was presented to the Cbatu
bor l>y Capt, 11. A. Ilouruo, of tho
old Dominion Steamship Comunuy,
through Mr. M. 13. Crowell, agent iu
Norfolk ol said company, who ruad u
letter froui Capt, bourne, iu winch no
"I think tho lirst ocean steamer that
over crossed tho Athuitie was iu 1820,
and us wo uru iudolited to the enter?
prise of tho city of Norfolk for this,
the pioneer steam vessol between Vir?
ginia and New York, it has occurred to
us that it luigbl be a matter of interest
to our Norfolk patrons to have a paint?
ing of this ship to decorutu tho Chum
ber of Commerco.
"It will trausmit to the uoxt genera?
tion the typo of HtenmerH first iu uso iu
tho \ rgiuni trade and by comparing
bur with the typo of vessels now iu uso,
or that may bo iu uso hereafter, they
will have before them an object lesson
of tho improvements muitc iu Bieuiu
boat navigation. I
"lu this counection it is, perhaps,
proper for me to my thut it is the pur?
pose of this company to furnish the
cities of Norlolk und Kiohmond with
the very bobt clues ol Iruut-portntion
by giving them the very best :>hips
Hint the ablest imuds of this genera?
tion have been ablo to produou. YYo
do so, oonlidently believing that tho
trade uud .growth of the city of Nor?
folk will keep puco with tho progress
of the country ntul times."
Tho thanki of the chamber were re
turuud by President Vicar, Speeches
were also made by Capt, C. G. Elliott,
Tims. li. Liowlauit and others,
A committee consisting of Capt,
Washington Taylor, Capt. C. ti. l'.lliott
mid Mr. J, T, .'s. Hold, wu? nppoiutod
to express to Capt, Bourue the thanks
of the Chamber for the picture.
Mr. Chas, Keid was unable to ho
present, feeling unwell.
Cleveland's aliNSTitutis,- -Tho lurg
eel minstrel organizatiou that l as vis?
ited tin- city inr Beasona will bo tho
nil ruction ut the Academy oi Music to
night. Wherever they have been they
have been accorded high pruiso for
their excellent entertainment. Mho
organization is iu two parts, oue white
end one blaok, in consequent of winch
there will be two lirst ports, two bands
mid two orcboslras, and a third very
import feature is the Arab circus. Tho
programme consists of a great many
other pleasing features, und the peo?
ple oi Norfolk have n tine performance
before them, deserved seats, SI; ad
mission, J.",, ?d and 70 eeuts. A grand
street parade will be given this morn?
W i i.i ui o OtiAltKB COM iso, ? "A Wid?
ow Hunt,'' the play in which Mr. Wil?
fred Clarke, the eminent American
comedian, will be seen here at tho
matiuee and ou tho eveuing of liaster
Moutlay, April Ifith, is a play thut i~
world lauintis. It was lirst culled
"Everybody's friend," but is was re
wruteii und the title changed to a "A
U idow limit" for .lohn Sleeper Clarke,
the father ol the present actor. Its
title role, that ol Mnj. Wellington Do
Boots, which .Mr. Clarke enacts, rauka
with Paul Pry, Doctor I'augloss and
Bob Acre . Mr. Clarke has mi excel
h ot oompaoy und bus ti.u advantage of
support fully commensurate with his
own efforts, und will no doubt utltuct n
large um! fashionable audience.
Seats on Mile Saturday. 1'rices 25c,
??e, f?e and 8 f"
THE STEAMER CROATAN
Slill on the Beach. Six Feet of Water
In Her Hold.
Tho Clyde Lice steamer Croatan is
still anchored two miles from the beach
ol! Cape Lookout with six feet of water
in her hold, t he ship is lying in an
easy position. Captain has jettisoned
cargo, Assistance has not yet arrived.
The wind is from the uortbeuat,strong,
and seu high. No host can get to her.
The life-saving station crew are on the
beach ready 10 render assistance if
Kxlra Npeciai >hu-. saoalerr ami
II loves, IVrivltt'e, Ulli itlnlil Mtreel,
One lot ladies' fast black imported
hofe, 12 c a pair, usually sold at 25c;
oue lot ut j?c, worth 3?c;one lot ladies'
fancy lisle hose, black boots,29o, worth
50c; one lot geuts' extra fine fust black
socks, ut 12jc, worth 20o; one lot ladies
kid gloves, slightly spotted, -~*c u pair,
were T?c to 81-60; one lot ladies' dressed
und undressed km gloves, colored, 7oo
u pair, were ^1 ami Sl.'J,'?. Big bar?
gains all over the store, Call aii'i nee
us. Wright's, 196 Maiu street.
Opru and ready for your inspection
our beautiful line of imported suitings
and tiouseriDgs for the spring nud
auminor, NiicholBA- Wallaco, ltitf Main
A Bright Young 'Man 'Accidentally
DISCHARGE OF FOWLING PIECE
Master A. Coke Smith, Jr., While
Hunting With Dr. Riddick at Vir?
ginia Beach, Was Accidentally
Killed by the Discbarge of
Master A. Coke Smith, dr., tho 10
ycur-old sou ol Dr, A. Coke, Smith,
pastor of the Orauby street Methodist
Church, was killed at Virginia Ib ach
yesterday uioruing by |tbe accidental
discharge of his fowling pence.
Master Smith left Norfolk yesterday
morning on the 7 o'clock traiu with
Dr. ilatnes G. ltiddick to shoot Hnipo
on the beach. Arriving at the J'riu
cess Auue Hotel, a two seated wagon
wns scoured mid tboy proceeded down
tbu bench with Dr. ltiddick und the
driver occupying tho front seat and tho
young man in the back seal. About
in o'clock, wheu live miles from the
I'riiicoss Auue, near Dam Neck Lifo
Saving Station, the gnu earned by
young Smith was in somo manner un?
known to Dr. Itiddiok discharged, the
load taking effect m Master Smith's
right eye, killing him instantly.
; t he lirst iulorniatiou that this great
calamity had befallen tho family oi the
popular pastor was received about 12
o'clock from Dr. llarriss at the Prin?
cess Auue Hotel, who telegraphed Dr.
Smith stating simply that tbo young
man bad been accidentally killed.
Tho commuuity was shocked. The
deceased was well known, especially to
tbo Methodists of Norfolk. He was a
bright,attractive young mau, a studeut
of tho PtlbllO High School and popular
with all who knew him.
At the recent revival conducted at
I tho Gran by Street Church by Dr.
I Lieftwich tho young man roconsecrated
bis life li> God, ami. it is Raid, contem?
plated entering the ministry. The min>
I isters aud many church people called
at the Orauby street parsonage yester?
day to express their sympathy lor I ho
bereaved family, tbu crushed father
aud mother, prostrated with grief.
As souu as it was learned that the
young man was killed, many persons
ollered their assistance to l>r. Smith tu
any way needed, aud on tbo lirst after?
noon tram Prof, Jones, Lev, YYm.
Bennett, assistant pastor of Orauby
Street Church; .Mr. Howard .lames and
Mr, Hall, the undertaker, lei; lor Vir
giuia Deach to bring tho remains to
Norfolk, ritey were met at tho train by
about fifty inombers of tho Orauby
Street Church and carried tbo body to
tbo resideuce ol Dr. Smith ou York
Dr. Smith has soven children, Tho
promising young man whose lifo has
been taken was the second child, au
older daughter is a pupil at the W o
man's) College in Ualtnuoro. She will
urrtvo hero this morning, Dr. Smith's
sister, who lives iu South Caroliua,
will reach Norfolk Saturday morning.
Tbo funeral will lake place Saturday
troiu tbo Granby Stroet Church, aud
will ne eonduted by Hev. Mr. Bennett,
assisted by other Methodist ministers,
High School boys ore requested to
meet at the school this morning at 11
o'clock to pass suitable rosolutious on
tbo death of their fellow studeut,
\ < s?el on I in .
Tho British steamship Bollingliam,
('apt. Clark, lias arrived bore and re?
ports that at 10 o'clock VVeduetday
night be discovered a mil vessel on lire
about twenty miles north of Curritllok
Light, between ?iirritituk und Cape
Henry, Tbo distance was so great bo
could uot BOO the bull,
The bark Rebecca Crowell, Capt,
Dow, bound from New York to Eluva
ua. with a cargo ol stone, arrived In re
yesterday leaking. Capt, Dow sailed
from New York ou the Ith iustaut, and
when off Cttrrilttck on the 7th and Stli
bad south aud southeast gales, nsttsiug
tbo vessel to soring aleak. He bore
away for this port. Tho rmldi r will bo
unshipped and repairs made here,
Korflllk < oilulv 1'ulMli?.
At a meeting of the Democrats of
H?tt'.-, Uoad District. John Fen tress,
Sr., was elected delegate to tbo County
Convention with the right to appoint
bia alternate, ami,the following district
officers were nominated: Supervisor,
L. 11. Cason; Magistrates, Joseph
liailey, J. T. Sykes, and Alduslus
Miller; Constable, \V. r. Sawyer; Over?
seer Poor, \Y. T. Himburg.
iinii<iini: 1,111? in vHelton,
Messrs. Pollard tiros, will sell at 12
ni. to-day at the Heal Batate Lxehangu
ail those certain eleveu lots numbered
?17, -IS, P.1, ."in, 51, 52, 53, on south side
of Ohio street, anil also Nos, 55, 53, 57
and 58 oil the north side of said street.
l lit-so lots are a poitiou ol the Biver
side property, und being near the
electric linoj afford a Hue opportunity
lor investment or speculation,
Try Murray's dinners mid breakfasts
50c, each. They are (be best in tho
State; 54 Roanoke avenuo,
Several cars en root*.'; must l>o sold;
also some ou track here. lt. E, Owens,
275 Water street.
? 1. on. Wednesday. April inth, |Sy:, at
- o'clock p. ni., ni' " large gathering ol
?orrowiug(friends, all that was aortal ol N.
ll. .Much.. ?a? laid to re-t at h i, of I hoin
In Pinne?- Anne comity, Virginia.
May <<oii comfort in- lovo.i ones.
3 ::ufsr msi-t woe;;:,
Hi, 113 and 115 Bjnk St.,
NORFOLK; - . . VIRGINIA,
mmm m headstones.
I a*-fte*Uy tor iMMLDLA'l'i. DEUViAW
207 and 209 Main Street.
11$ AND FUBKiSHIHGS!
Tbo days of miracles uro not past whon THE HUH continues
to pour fotlh such miraculous vulties as those in 1'iuh, new ?oods.
Thie week is the greatest bargain-giving ever attempted in tho au
tiula of merchandising in Norfolk?a time for every man and boy
in thi? city to eomu to 'J'lIK HUB with a few dimes and carry away
with them dollars" worth of Clothing nud furnishings, THIS HUB
presents a vast "lioid" of tuarveio.iH olVoriugs wheroiii yon may
nick and choose with tho certainty of reaping fubulous bargain re?
wards in goods o! surpassing merit and excellence?GOODS l'HAT
WE GUARANTEE TO GIVE BN TIKE SATISFACTION IN
KVEKY WAY, (Hi I'OU'IiL GET 1'OUR MONEY HACK ON
Ill ing your chiulrou to '1111'. HUB anil get it.50 COHiilNA
'i'luN 8UT R. do ibic-breustjd Jacket and mo pain of Pants?
TUB HUB8 barg; a |.rice.
bring vonr children Iii THE HUB and got ?.'1 TWO PIECE
l>lir>>8 SUITS in live U6ht and dark shah-. TUE liUB'U bar
gniu pti. e. .. .
Bring your children to THK HUB and Ret $6 FINE WOIISTSD
s:'. is. mi la by our ?> 1 u Baltimore tailors?TH? HUB'S bargam
Dring v nrrbildreu to 1'IIK HUB aud g?t 60c KSFE ? ?ant*.
the moat suitahlo HarmentJ a child could wear?TBE HUB'S
buig kin pri.-e. ....
1 HP. HUB is beailuuartors for BOYS' -1 LONO PANTS SUITS,
ma 0 11 throe pieces, good Cassiniero, neat ?ITectt? all ong
TH1 HUB is headuu?rUrs for BOYS'*8.&U CBBVIOT SUITS ?f
uura le mixed Obeviots, a complete assortment >.f size- ? big
THE H r. is headquarters for BOYS' * 10 Bl'EOIAL 8UITd.no
L-eiter louuJ nu. n he u u qua ity, stylo und cat?gran 1 valuoa at
MEN'S SI ITS.
Evcryl ody sbvnld visit I'HE DUB?MEN'S 63 BUSINESS SOUS,
cut in 1)10 height of folnou ? rol I by THK HUB for.
Everybody Saves money al THE HUB?MEN 8 %12 BLUE AM)
HI.A* K CHEVIOT :-> Ii SO,TS, ?il -ma le, wel cut und well
Humbert--sold by THE Hi B lor .
l'.v rvhod. ?eis sali faction at THE BUB?MEN'S ?15 SACK
AM 1 <:i i'AWA.1 SUITS, the latest and nobbiest ttvlei iu Im?
ported Worsts I?sol 1 by TUB HUB fur .'.
Eve vho.lv tin-is bargaj is at THE HUB-MEN'S jim El.EO INTLY
TAIL >itBD SUITS, 11 ale ol the Cht least Olay Hia ona'a i.ud
Worsteds, by our ot\bartistlo tailor?seid by I'HE UUB'for.. .
THE HE" leels am a I?MEN'S ff'l STBON ILY MAI B PANTS,
of ueai ly AH-VVoi 1 Uhorlot otluro i by THE Ul li for ouly.
'Till: II! B leads 'ein all?MEN'S ?l.ftU Kl NE PBE B-* PANTS, any
color all stvtes. uver'v il?c, made ?of aervicable labries?going
? A THK HUB for only*.. .
THE HUH lends nu all MENS }.r. FINEST TA tLnll-MADK
Dill SN i'AYis, fnultlefa iu ta lor ng, trimmluta au I ftt?sacri
llcod ut THE HUB for only?.
C,ni? to 1 lit: HUB 'or bargains?V c SIEK RIBBED S' S! F.ND
Ei;.->. u neat patterut aro offorod there ut the aatouudiug price
Gome to TUE II II Icr barga'us? You got SOc BILK OUaYATS,
all shades nud patterns 111 thu un quullcd prize .
Conic to THE in li for b rgaius ri Flat lull's, four-in hands,
bows aud club-house ties, made of iho best silk at the a max lug
pr.ee ... .
Como toTIIE Ijl'B for bargains?it gives you lie ALL LINEN
t'ol.L VHS. v ther standing or tum-.t uown?at the ??u urf.d
pried ih:e ? lor..?..
Come to I'HE HUB for bargain*?yon : ul there 3Sc LINK AN U
I'I.a N Cill.s. with round or a p sru corners?at tbo raro price
Oom loTHE HUB for bargains?yon ?iil end I hero 26c BBIOH
ToN 8 EK tlsllTEBS, all | uro si!., iu assorted colon?at tbi
u- toiii.ilon ,- prt a.
1 ..in to THE ilUB?Fonr Pairs MEN'S DUBAHLE HOSE, in
111 sed tan an 1 stool grey, drop stitch at the great nu lei or. e.
Homo ti 111 H B for 1 nrgaius Ho Ol HNO Sil IB. i s. rnlaun
dored, in deo the litiest qiialil) tun liu, single im I double plait
as tliu grand uiiilerprice. .
Como to THE HUB lor hargiiins 71 Suit of RALHIIICOAH UN.
PEHWkaK. shirts and drawersjto match, three lovely shades -
at the phenomenal umie, price .
Ladies' Russian Calf I land Sew<
on the New Trilby Last,
tnd Button Boots
Ladies' Fine Dongola Hand Sewed Lace or Button Boots
on the New Trilby Last,
Our M l .N'S TAN SI IOES at $3 are a special feature,
and guaranteed equal to any Shoe sold in Norfolk for $4,
Pateni leather. Russet. Calf, Enamel Leather, Cor?
dovan, on the Trilby, Opera or Medium Toes. Specially
provided for the Laster Season, at Popular Prices.
164 Alain Street,
220 High Street,
" WE SLEEPETH NOT !"
"NEITHER DOT IT THE GRASS GROW UNDER
We Are Alive.
Lii cewise Awake
We Know What
the Riders Want.
Ramblers, Spaldings, Crescents!
"Away aho'iil of anytbini< on ilio market." Sold for cash or easy terms. Special
Boatbein Agents for A. (I. Bpaliliug IlroM.' Athletic and Sportsman's ?upplioa. L>eulars
:>uj clubs luvited to cull an i iearu our prices.
S7 MAIN ST
Ride a Bicycle With, a Reputation.
1 5 1 EVlain Street,
I AM SELLING MEN'S AND YOUTHS'
and Black Cheviot Suits,
STRICTLY ALL WOOL.
WORTH $12.50 FOR
II, (lier and Gel's fiisfc
162 MAIN STREET.
j R fill L0V6 10 Efll! I
Y DON'T WE 7 Y
\ The Guoit display of 0OTTO- a
LENE lini been ;;o UK un ut tlio
Fancy Grocery Iioiuc, Nu. 43
Market Place, nil t!:o woek. nnil
:<? ( oo.l Friday las always boen
observed as llotCrou Ban l'ay,
thero will be un all dav on Ibid?
4 April 12th, at 9
9 H. CLAY PICKETT'S, )
f No. as Marketplace. f
a Special notiee?Fried oysters ^
i and strawberry nlior: cake will ^
bu the rtnf>- Saturday the i:>th
OWE PRICE HOUSE.
Wo have an exquisite line of EA8TF.lt
i.I.iiNK-. im- iar^et-t and mo < roinpleto
line wo h ive over s o?n in ALL SIZES and
Wo !:nvp jn ,t oi'fiio I a beautiful Una of
NK V l-Alt hiiL- toil KASTE K i.t our LOW
Our Mot to-Low Prices.
SMAIAIX JST i-CivU'r
fniler the Academy ol Mus o.
a? oo o a>eo.v? $eee
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O O O ? O 9
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?o ? ? ? e eee aoce
The Latest for Men and Boys.
NEW em. ms. NEW CIOOD8.
Walter J. Simmons ?6 Co..
THE I'OPULAII HAT l'KIts.
LOWEST P1UCB9. Uuca evening until 9
in great variety for Ladies
LA R 0 E ASSORTMENT
Bowers anil ibons.
252 CHURCH STREET.
IN this 8PAOK FOIt IUI: NEXT
SI N DAY'S AD.
IfO M UN btuf.kt.
WHISXIES, CHAMPAGNES, CLAREIS, BERGM*
DIES, MADEIRAS, SHERRIES.
OTHER nlNrS: M80. FRENCH BRflNDIfS. CORDIALS. IS.
POLAND MINERAL WATER,
Ami in pto. i; otlior M nernl Waters b>
ill" I'm n l or I b Ion.
4 Granny Sired. - Norfolk, Va
If yon o?n n n<>ul lion r provide u witU
Onr Wire W union mil Mom . i reen ?. uu v
yon ?ili tare more lhau tholr (torn m o>
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COOKE, CLARK ?& CO.