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Will be an Attractive Resort Tins
CARS MAKE REGULAR TRIPS
Work Progressing Rapidly. Beautiful
Drives and Pretty Trees. The
Picnicers Were There Yester?
day. About One Hundred
Children. A Ga'a Day.
In A vcy few months Norfolk will
have one of tho most debgbtlul aud
beaut[inl parks in the Stale.
A repr?sentative of The Viuoixian
yesterday mounted a oyeie und wheeled
out to tue pork, via tue (Jburob street
route, making the trip in u trot m lif
Tho atr was a little ftift' aud the
streets in 11 uniersville t at her muddy,
but beyond Huntersvillo lie struck a
Dew shell road and had an easy run.
After reaching the purk there was no
mud of consequence, owing to the
EXCEJiUBNT SYSTEM or DRAINAGE,
and tho wheelmen of Norfolk will tind
the drives of this resort most delight
ful ground for testiug speed or a quiet
Chairman Rortttu, of the Park Coin
mittee, who has cbnrge of tho improve
incuts, is pushing ahead with energy,
and deserve* much credit tor the larg?
amount of work already accomplished.
He has set out hundreds of
?which are growiug up nieoly, dowers
have been planted, grans seod sown,
tmd by the middle oi May it will be
oue of the prettiest places iu this vicin?
The street ears are now mnkiug reg?
ular trips to the park gate, and Sun
dsy, notwithstanding tho inclement
weather, several hundreds of people
saw Norfolk's new breathiug spot for
tho first time.
A number of ladies, iu charge rd
about 100 boys aud girls, picnioed
there yesterday snd tue youug folks
passed a gals day. When the exten?
sion of tlranby street is completed
these grounds will be iu about one
mile of the West Und or within live
minutes run of the city to the bicycle
rider. The street otra will make the
trip by Church street iu fifteen min- I
Hallen < nun.
?instice Burroughs bad un unimpor?
tant docket to dispose of yesterday.
William H. Conuelly. larceny of a
boat from Cornelius L?nes; sixty days
Thomas Blount, colored, stealing
thirteen plated rings from Watt, Kol
tew .V Clay; ninety days in jail.
J. II. Summers, colored, drunk aud
assaulting Otiieer llolliday; lined
Robert Taylor, eolorod, breach oi
the pence: fined SL7?.
Henry Davis, colored, criminally
assaulting n little colored girl uaiucd
Ellen Cornick; sent on to graud jury.
doming m tuciioti.
Geo M Pollard, auctioneer, II L
Pogo & Co. agent", w ill sell nt 4-1 Bank
street, ut 11 o'clock this morning, u
largo anil heuutitul stock of clotkej for
children ami young meu. l'his is asule
for consumers, therefore one suit will
be sold at . tune. Parents who attend
this i-ule will hove uu opportunity to
buy nice spring suits for their children
nt whatever prices they may bring,
without reserve, Door open ut lu
o'olock, Side positive.
? un i ran.
The funeral of Mr. Wallace Graham,
who committed suicide la?t week, took
place at the grave iu Llmwoml Oemd
tory Sunday afternoon anil was con?
ducted by Lev. I-.. I). Tucker.
The body of M r. H, S. Reynolds sr
rived here Sunday from Statintou,
The funeral was conducted at the Sec?
ond Presbyterian Church by Dr. Lsoy
und the interment was in Blmwood,
Auction >aie ui HiiildliiK l.ola.
Do not forget the auction salo of
building lots ut Park View which will
take placo ot Oxford Hall in Ports
month, commencing at 11 o'clock tills
morning. 11. L, Page Sc Co., uuc
At A net Ion I <?.?: n v.
H, It. Morris, manager, will sell at
bis anctiou-house nl in o'oli tbii
morning, a large line of furniture, car
pets, mattings, decorated ware, etc.
X?> lie Continued lor luu Oi>.
Wo did not sell all of the 100 dozen
Bilk Windsor ties irom duiVray's at ik)
each, neither all the towel*, doylies
table damask aud dress goods, so wih
continue the bale at the great cut prices
for two days longer, to give all u
chance at them, if you want to boo
bargains in lace curtains, we could
enumerate twenty, but won't mention
the price here, will wait nil you pee
thsm, The prices are lest than iui
porter's cost. Levy Bros, 171 Mum
Stock Bounht From Trustee. Wright's,
190 Main Street.
To make rcotn for new goods niriv
iDg daily wo ure tillering s)iecial bar?
gains uu all the stock bought irom the
trustee, in dreas goods, silks, table
linens, white goods, luce curtains, che?
nille portieres, t-tamped linen goods,
down pillows, hosiery, gloves, umbrel?
las, laaieV, gents' and children's under?
wear, outing*, ginghams, luces, em?
broideries, ribbonr, gents' furuishtug
goods, etc..etc. Coll and see the prices.
Wrttoiir's, lilt! Muin sticet.
Nobby effects in Easter neckwear ut
Niek-oU .V Wallace; l';0 Main street.
Chi ldIron Cry for
By the Granby Street Methodist Sun?
The Grauby Street M. K. Sunday
Bobool lield memorial exercises Sunday
inuruiug in respect to the memory of
A. t'nse Smitb, .lr.
A committee composed of W. M.
?Tones, D'ranls Baird, K. Paul Jones, N.
j. Land, Walter Pollard reported res?
olutions expressing lite sympathy of
tlie school lor the bereaved family and
their appreoiatiou ol the many virtttros
ol the deceased, T he second and third
sections of the resolutions read aa fol?
"That the members of this Sunday
solio I will cherish the memory of lilet
person and character as n sweet legacy,
and endeavor, by (initiating the graces
and virtues that adorned Ins life, to
obey the words of dtviue wisdom, 'Be
ye also ready, lor tu such an hour as
ye tinuk not the Sou of Man oomatb.'
"Thai i be assurance ol the profound
MMupathv and condolence of thin Sun
day school is tendered Ins parents and
surviving children tu this time of inex?
pressible calamity and sorrow, remind?
ing them that their grief is not like
that of those who mourn without hope,
but that the dark cloud which now
overhangs tbotn'liatb a silver lining,' "
Short eulogies were delivered by
Lev. 11, li. Bennett, assistant pastor,
Mr, 1.. Clay Kilby, ?ee. I). ,1. 'Turner,
Prof. VV. M, Jones, C. A. Ditlcy uud
Mrs. Miley, the Sunduy-noliool toaclier
of the deceased.
A response was made by Dr. Smith,
the alHieted father, whoso great
loss was impressively apparent,
COURT LAW AND CHANCERY.
The Atlantic City Case Decided Yes?
In the Court of Law and Cliaucery
yesterday .imlgo Marlin decided
against the city in tho Atlantic City
street eases and perpetuated the in?
junction restraining the city from
opening street- through certain prop?
erty. The question involved was
whether the property bad been dedi?
cated for streets by the former owners
or whether there bad been an accept
auco on the purl of the OOUUty or city,
the present owners holding that there
ha I not been tullloient dedication or
acceptance, and they were sustained
by the court. 1'he eases were Nottiug
bam A Wreuu vs. city; K, H. Mcl.'ou
aid vs. city, aud .McCtillougb vs. city.
Mr. and Mrs, Ogle will now make
their home in the comfortable resi?
dence at the power-house on Central
avouue, she haviug just returned from
a visit to her friends und relutives ut
Cleveland, t Mho.
The lutuut daughter ot Mr. Arthur
Brown, Outleu street, is much im?
Mure shells have been added recently
to Ciucinnatua street, which with other
improvements, will keep it iu good
condition a long time.
? toil i t'oimd.
Capt. Mills, of lliu tug Mamie, found
yesterduv the body ot mute .1. E.
Perry, of tho Merchants' and Miners'
transportation Cotnpnuy's Providence
ut. nine.-, Morgau City, who was
drowned iu the harbor some weeks ago.
An iu quest WAS field by Justice Haws.-,
aud u verdict of aooideutal drowning
rendered, Capt. Mills received u re?
ward of $50 lor the liud.
Ml it tint NcHimiI Avaitcilttlon.
Tlie Methodist Sunday School Aeso
elation held a meeting at the Cumber?
land street Church Sunday afternoon,
Ceutral, of Portsmouth, was awarded
the banner for punctuality, Centenary
for contributions, aud Chestnut street.
Berkley, for attendance. Adjourned
to meet the secoud Sunday iu May
with Central Church, Portsmouth.
M Mired UlurK,-.
Mr. Wilfred Clarke appeared at the
Academy yesterday iafternoon and
eveuing in "A Widow Hunt," before
well pleased audiences aud received
merited applause. The play is well
suited to Sir. Clarke's style of acting
and his Muj. Wellington De Boots won
for him much praise.
Look in our window uud see the line
of Sterling silver novelties for only
?de, at Chapman .v .lakemau's,
liar, iia i. ctu}.
Choice Michigan Hay in lots to suit
the trade cheap. D. P. Rbid A Buo.,
apl? D.vWltn 209aud 270 Church St.
Campbell's Easter offer lug.
Prank H. ChIps' add will be of mtor
est to you, Look for it,
i Ipeu and ready for your inspection
our beautiful line of imported suitings
ujd trollst rings for the spring aud
summer. MicIioIbA Wallace, 109 Main
Tho p.reotcst variety aud largest stock
of solid sterling silver ware is to be
found at O. P. Greenwood A Bro's,,158
Main street, who are constantly receiv?
ing new goods necessitated by a )arj.-o
and increasing patronage, Poi pood
work, best goods at lowest prices and
the latest novelties, call on the old re?
Ii? lanra lltu iionar.
The Bed Bug Poison sold at Bur?
row's drug store. Warranted the
strongest article made. Only 'J"i ceuts
a pint, A brash given to apply it. One
of our hotel men says: "It knocks thuni
silly. I would not lie without it."
Buttermilk and tee Cream st Mac's.
Select your spring 6uit from the
largtbt und most complete line of for?
eign Hillings and I rotifer inga in tlie'
city at Nichols ,V Wallace, 1(50 Maiu
Try Murray's dinners aud breakfasts
5'lc. euch. 'They are the best in the
Statu; ?T Itoanokc avenue.
Pitchers ?Jastoria. j
MARINE ENGINEERS' BflNQ?ET
Given at the St. James in Honor of
tiie National President.
A VERY PLEASANT AFFAIR
Mr. J, W. Oast Presided. Short Talks
by Several Gentlemen Enthusiasti?
cally Received. The Organiza?
tion in a Prosperous Con?
dition and Growing.
Tho local Aeso.'iatiou of Marino F.u
giueers gare an elegant banquet nt the
tili .iamea Hotel last night in honor of
their national president, Mr. (leo.
Uhler, who is in the oi y on uu ollioial
Capt. .1. W. Cast presided, and in
addition to the largo alteudauce ol tue
craft, there wero present Capt. Mur
dangb, Supervising [uspeotor ol Ste nn
Vessels; Capt. \V. V. Joliusou und Mr.
Jos, Nicholson, .Assistant Inspectors.
The following was tho
m ex I).
Lyunhnrcu Oysl r.-. law.stewod au I bulled.
Turkey, cell ry drossiug.
Sa in o of sonthJosra . niton
Hake I u;.i mi..ith.nild Hum, chn upngue
I Han.on 1 back Ti rr.i in. n |a Virginia
\n Ins .<?>? Punch.
HuITaIo Ponguo. L'alt tutor o Corned lieef.
Put ito gala !. Assorted l'iokles.
Baltimore Banana lee Cream.
C'oeosnul Kisies. wlno Jelly Diamonds.
Ualdwin Apples. Chocolate Squares,
riuiu Sponge C.iko. I.udy fingers.
Bauanns. As*orle ? Nuts. Layer Itaislus,
ToK ' pbkl'u M ' Kl.-O.
Thero were uo regular toasld, but
iu response to calls short speeches
wore made by President Uhler, Capt,
W. V. Johnson, Joseph Nicholson,
Cnpt. Murdutlgh aud Moj. d. 1'. Milll
gau and Mr. Kilpatrick, which tvoro
reeeived with marked appreciation.
Tho Association was organized iu
January with fourteen tnetubtjre, nt
present it haH 125. Its objects are
fraternal and benvtlcial. During sick
nehs benelits ate paid of Sil per week,
at death SI is assessed against each
member for the family ol tho deceased.
Tbo committee in chargo of tho ban
qneu w ere .I suits Ridgwell, .los, God?
win and Thomss Kendall, who per?
formed iheir part well. The ollicers of
tho association are: J. R. tiny, past
president: Jus. Ridgwell, proaideut;
Wm. Martin, vice-president; dus. God
win. secretary; Thos, Kendall, linnu
cial secretary; ('has. Slid, treasurer;
llidgwell, Still aud Kendall, trustees.
The coming of Dr. Pair, of Rieh
mond, tu speak at the Mnkemio League
at Colby Memorial Church, on the
night ot Tuesday next, tho 'Jitrd tost.,
is looked forward to with special in?
terest. I ho programme of ths evening
promises to be most interesting.
Much complaint is being made about
the unsanitary eoudition <>f the many
struct-- and lanes of tho ward.
Large congregations attended the
Easter services at the Methodist Church
Sunday. The music furnished by tilt)
choir was very line. The congregation
has only two more Sabbaths to worship
in their present house, There will be
I held on the last Sunday in April a
"farewell scrvioe" in tbo present house.
The pa>tor w ill sectll e the services of a
promineut minister to preach u special
sortuou on thai day.
?luv. mihi w, small ICettrea I'roin
The directors id' tho Pilot Publishing
Couipuuy hohl a meeting yesterday
and. it i.isaid, accepted the resignation
ol Mr. Samuel VY. Small as managing
editor aud temporarily assigned to that
position Mr, Jas. A. Pngb, formerly of
the Roauoke lluruid, who has beeu for
[ some moutha past city editor of the
Pilot. Mr. Small and both of his sous,
[Sam, dr., aud Robert Toombs, have
severed their connection with the
[ The Lighthouse Hoard gives notice
'that a red -par buoy, no number, baa
been placed to mark a coal barge sunk
in twenty feet of water, about U?0 feel
from the end of tbo dock, foot of
Fourteenth street, Last river, New
Freshets have carried away the post
light nt Roha Hook, Hudson river,
New York, A new post will bo erected
and the light re exhibited us soon us
Ilei idell IO Kill I lie I lim ell,
I he congregation of the first Rap
list Church held a meeting lust night to
decide if they would buy the Grauhy
Street Methodist Church, winch had
been offorbd to them for 8'2~;U00. The
meeting was largely attended, and
without u dissenting voice, tbo congre?
gation determined to accept the oiler.
Committees were appointed lo sell Ihe
building on Cumberland street and to
raise the money to pay for tho Grouby
W urn U el I Unite,
Cbdar Rai'ids, Ijwa.-I suffered
with dyspepsia and disordered liver
and would frequently throw up bile.
I procured a bottle of Simmons Liver
Regulator; and, after using half of it
was completely cured. Due of my lady
customers told mo the other day (hat
Simmons Liver Regulator completely
cured her of sick-headache - D. Oids.
Several cars eo route; must be Sold;
also some on track hero. 11. L. Owens,
'J7."> W ater street.
Manhattan negligee and white shirts.
Perfect worid bruters. Nichols .V
Wallace. lot) Mam street.
I lain IIIfrrttisr.
We are oil'eiing thin Laster silver
novelties at lower prices thuu ever.
Seeriphat yon con buy for 5Uo. Chup
tarnt <k Jokeman,
NOR FOLK BRIEFS.
Short and Spicy Suggestions of Sense
Fair woathorexpected to-day.
The tug Frank A. Low was being in?
The Presbytery of Norfolk meets in
Portsmouth this moruiug.
Tho assessors have eoaipleted the
work of valuing city prnporty.
A divor is examiuiug the bottom of
the schooner H. J. Blenderuiao.
Tho Councils will mout in oommitloe
of tho wholo one night iliis week.
Miss Jenuio Milhudo, of Norfolk, is
visiting Miss Marth* ITusley, of Hen
Miss Helle Taylor, of Kiohtuoud, who
bin l)oen visiting Irieuds in Norfolk,
has roturued home.
Tho "Crucifixion" will be rendered
by tho choir of the tiranby Street
Churoh Friday night.
The cuso of Vollmes vs. the Polico
Commissioners will bo culled in the Po?
lice Court Thursday,
Mise Lizzie Taylor leaves for Rich?
mond to-day to take part m the
"Chimes of Nqrman.iy."
The trial of .lames A, Edwards for
killing-luiues Sawyer will bo called iu
the Corpor?tiou Court to day.
Messrs. Walter J, Simmoua & Co,
have been awarded the contract for
furnishing tho summer police bat?.
There will bo a meetiug of the Third
Wuril Protective League at Odd Fol?
low-.' liall. Unto street, to-night.
Judge .Martin held court lor the first
time yesterday in the new court room,
ft is neat, comfortable and convenient,
I ho ladies of tho W. C. T, U, con?
ducted the services ut the Union .Mis?
sion. Lower Church street, lust night.
The fair at tho Thud Baptist Church
last uight was well attended. Tho J,
U. A. M. will attend iu body to-uight.
Mr. J, A. Wheat, of the Richmond
Times, one of tho beat baseball report?
ers in tho State, was iu tho city Sun?
Henry Davis, colored,who attempted
a criminal assault ou u smull colored
girl, bus been scut on to the grand
Tho 2Gtb of April will be the sovonty
Bixth anniversary ol the order of Odd
Fellows, and ' will bo appropriately
A newsboy named Willie Nelson was
arrested for polling a paper on Sunday
and was before the Polico Justice
The Baptist ministers at thoir con?
ference yosterduy reported largo con?
gregations uud much interest in reli?
Tho Purcoll House closed yesterdny,
Extensive improvements will bo made
and the bouse will bo reopened under
The Methodist ministers nt their
rucetiup; yesterday passed resolutions
expressing sympathy lor the family of
Dr. A. Coke Smith.
jfllu the Court of Law aud Chancery
yesterday, the will of H. Ferdousky
was admitted to probate with Mai
Tho Knickerbockers defeated the
Golden Stars yesterday by a score of
li) to 9, Butteries for the former, John?
son and Sbopherd; for the latter, Mo
I ut vre aud Hu I look,
The tugs Bain and Asher .1. Hudsou.
whioh went for the two Allantie and
Danville barges, ashoro on the North
Carolina coast, could not get a lino to
either of the htrgcs,
Mr. Leigh, for sonia timo tho Nor?
folk reporter ot tho Portsmouth Star,
has been assigned to duty on the Ports?
mouth side an.l Mr. Jos. Martin, for?
merly of the Pilot, will look aller tho
T he will ol Ibe luto Wallace (Irahatu
was probated in tlie Corporation Court
yesterday an 1 Ins widow qualified as
oxcontrix. He leaves bis estate to her.
i he will was dated May Gtb, 1889, in
Clilnesa An- Cheap.
Some of tiio crew of tho cruiser Con?
cord had to pay n Ono of about M> cents
for tilling a cooly with bird shot in
China. This is much cheaper sport
than they could havo in a Bowory rillo
range.?New York Evening World.
An IntiM'DAtlonal Circuit.
This si osi n experiments i n the Ri
viora doubt! -- will for the future guar
nnteo tho American trotter an interna?
tional theater mid nndienco for its per- '
foruiauces.?Now York Telegram.
< tn'l Kill Her.
It is just as well to understand now
that it w ill take more than a "ticker"
to kill Quoou Victoria.?Chicago Poll
.\ Standing Itule.
"In case < f doubt shoot tho train rob
ber-' is tho s( tiding rule of tho modern
oxpress messenger.?Washington Post
May > t im Lifo Saver*.
Bathing suits this year will have im?
mense j uJTi : sleeves.?Philadelphia
CTARV1NG wont cure Dys
pepsia. Von need nourish?
ment, and to get it you must mekethe. '
stomach and bowels digest your loo'1
that is what
ore for. One after each meal, and the
most stubborn case of Dyspepsia fand
thai is everything I will disappear. White
Wupper-; ii constipated, yellow if not.
?junlsil JruggW. *Bendtoai lot?trt? tuopl*.
OR. J A. DEAN I- CO..
Kingston, New Yo:k.
'I 1.1.? I >I. N
Sokfoi.K, V?., April iCth, i?'jr,.~
'I'll:: mot IM: MKKTINO fit 111. z\ni ill
I CAMP . ? WOODMEN Oi THE W It .0
will i.? Ii-I.l I il- (Tu Mar) EVKNINO, nt s
b't-.O.-k, ..i I K ir liall, Uallinl IK- II illding.
1, X. MoiUIRK,
its. E. UoctTOt. Ciuk. aais-it*
Regular meeting of tlio Local lm
provemeut Board to-night at 7:30
Tbe VF. C. T. U. will meet to day
with Mrs. Young, od Windsor avenue.
Mr. O. M. Murden and bis daugh?
ter, Miss Beulah Murden, ofEdeutoo,
N. C, aro visiting Mr. U. M, JBakor's,
on Reservoir avenue,
Mrs, .1. H. Lyon and Mies Minnie
Lyon, sister and niece respectively of
Mr. W. R. Butcher, left josterday" for
their homo in New Y'ork,
1'bo funeral of Mrs. Virginia C.
Gray, wife of Mr. Elbert H. Gray,
j took place at noon yesterday from the
residonce of her soudndaw, Mr. J. ?.
Mumble, on Maltby avenue, aud was
conducted by Rev. J. J. Hall, D. D.,
of Park Avouuo Baptist Ghurob. The
remains wcro sent to lulo.of Wight
county for interment.
Rev. R. M. Chandler and family, of
Newport News, wero on a visit to rolu
tivcs in this ward yesterday.
Persons disposed to help in any little
way Bick and needy fumilios can leavo
their names at this branch otlicc. No.
'2011 Clay avenue.
Cora L-ster'e soiio, a drama iu six
bccuos iutureperseil with songs aud
reeitutious by the childreu of tbe
Loyal Toiupuruuce Legion at Bramble
tou Hall last night.
Everybody i* astonished when
they see tiio ilu? $10 Whipcord
Suits at I'HEHUP, They are us
toulshad at its tdeganco, ilurabll
ity.nl laiiltbs- lint-U and lit.
?ml the greifest kind of aston?
ishment is Imprinted oi their
es ?heu the wondrous uu iler
prii e is tol.l tu t lie in. tin to 1 UK
111?); niid [je! ono of tbeio clio.ee
tin Suit*. You will never regret
it. and you ?III f0f>l just ae proud
and be as well dressed an if you
wero wearing *> 18 tu Inilor
luade garments. 'I i em aro tho
1 iu 1 of bargain! you'll always
g. t at THE HUH. ro- what is to
b. 6UV.-.1 by b.yius there.
riHY. Of COITaSE, 10 IK ttOSl POPULAR ISIAS- }
USHMEM IK hORrOLK.
if WHF^E TO?
The a lies all pronounce my (tu. k an
fine iu any iu the city, aud they even
go to far as to e.ty, 1 wo.;do?? why every
one don't buy their Krcc*rlss of the
? oui;eoui and popular
* H. CLAY PICKET!, *
.FANCY RETAIL GROCER,
^ tvio. 43 tVl a rU. o t Place, q
j 'PIIONE735. Goods deliverel free ^
a ?'vsk.ife.-'a. **v i^-^k o
tbe c;to mble works,
in, 113 and 115 Bank St.,
NOIIKOT.K, - - - VIRGINIA,
targe Stock of Finished
MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES.
1 :--"r fur mmi-idan. ui:UYi.nv|
Jacob Hammel Offers a Strong En?
dorsement. Was Cured of Rheu?
matic Paralysis by Using
1Jacob 1-huu mi I, ;C > Knst Mouamout streol,
P.aitimore. Mil., saya: "I ha I muscular
rhoau a-tnun iu ruy arm so ba ly I could uot
j raise it. I Wae gore in my lower limbs. I
l nought a email botilu of Muuyon ? Khetiuia
] tie (Jure, nn i, niter taking it two dnys, it
relieved ton ireuesa ill my limbs uud re
I bturod complete motion to uiy arm. It is
j Lion am useful as over.'
Muuyon b ltlieuinatLin Ccro nets ion oat
i imtnutaueoualy. . miug ninny obstinate
tAi 'h in a few hour*. It i- guaranteed to
I ettra rheumatism iu any part ot tho body.
I Acuto or inus.n'ar rheumatism cured in
i from one to fivo days. It never fails- to eure
I sharp, shooting patns in the arms. leg*,
j ride, Uu k or breast or i-oronom of any part
of the body in from ono l> thron hours, it
promptly eures lameness, stilt und swolk-u
ji iuts. aud nil pains in tho h pa and loint,
chronic; rheumatism, Btiatca, lumbago or
pain iu tho bark arc speedily ci re I. it
boldoui tails to g vo ? ober after o o or two
iloBia. and almost invariably cures befo.o
one Until-- has been mod.
Munyon's Honi iopathie Home liemody
Co lipany. of Philadelphia, put up epoeiti a
tor nearly evory liieoase, which are sold by
all druggists, mostly for "25 cents a bottle.
Those wliu are iu doubt as to tho nature
or their diseases should address Prof. Muu?
yon, i.V.'' Ar. h struct. Philadelphia, giving
lull symptom ? o' their disease. Prof. Muu?
yon will carefully diagnofc. the cuv ami give
von the beuolit of his advice absolutely frno
of ull oharge. The remedies will be seat
to any address on receipt of retail price.
DRY GOODS !
Just received, a new line
I of Dress Goods, pretty ef?
fects, at loc, worth 12.U\
Double width Plaid "Dress j
Goods at Sc, very cheap.
Crcton, in 1 to 10 yard 1
lengths, at 5c a yard, worth
White Goods, in stripes and
plaids, at 5c a yard, worth 7c.
Lawns and Dress Calicoes,
in 1 to 10 yard lengths, at 3c;
Shifting Calicoes, at 3c; Un
bleached Cuiton, aL 3c, antl
many other bargains which
we cannot specify in this
252 CHURCH STREET._
Ic6 Cream, Ice Cream and Ices,
THE NORFOLK ICE CREAK MANUFACTORY.
COVE STREET. NEXT 10 CORNfR CHURCH STREET.
is prepared to furniah Pure l.e Cresm of
all flavors iu season delivered to any part of
city at tbe following prices 61.15 per ga -
Ion, 6Se per ball gal.on, ::.'?? par ?ptart. Ita
member we guarantee .nir Creams to be
?in tlv Arst-c-lass in evtuv particular. In
our vanilla flavor we use i.nly fresh vauitln
beau, a trial order is all ?u nsk. Hi ocial
inducements offere i I en.eis Pi or s, T"e.-n
..ile, o.tc. J. C. K1HI?.
ffEATIIEH Iii: INI It I.
? oreeust for To>dar.
WA<lllXOTO|i, ?. C. Apr 1 IS, 1891
"1 , l"or Virginia l'ulr westUBT In wen'ere
[portion; variable winds, nluidog io <?..-,*
j I I it Nor Iii Carolina: Fair weather in
| western iiirtiurj; rarlabl? winds, alilflluf
MlKIATURK Ai.manac?Sun l isp,, 8:30; sun ?et?
't:4n. Hl(;li water. '.':1U and 0.07 a. ni. low water
y.uti und 'j.IG a. m.
i.oi ui Metaormlovloeil Oaia.
[fob 21 hours kndimi 8 (l'cl/11'K last nioht.|
(J. S. Df-parthknt or A?RicixrunE, *
Weatiibr Burkau, ? '
Local Office, J>odson liuuding,
NouroiJt, Va., Apr.1 15. 1893, f
Maximum temperature. f>*
Minimum toniurrntuio. -i
Not mal temperature deducted from 20
vear< one . 59
Departure from normal. ??
Aeomuulated departure tor the mouth plus :I|
Accumulated derm lure since J?U. 1 ?31 0
l'recipiiKiion, in inchos.
Total |irecipit:itiou silice 1st of tho
J. J. Gii.u. Observer.
ONE PRICE HOUSE.
SilR Glngnams I
19c. 19c. 19c.
All of our best 39c aud 45c
Silk Ginghams This
19c. 19c. 19c.
The only chance you will
have this season to buy tho
best bilk Ginghams at 19c.
Our Motto*-Low Prices.
Under the A. adamy of Musi..
? DEALER IN ?
WHISKIES. CHAMPAGNES. GLARETS. BERGU&
DIES. MADEIRAS. SHERRIES,
OMR HlhtS: ALSO. FRIHGH BRIXDIES, CORDIALS. J5,
POLAND MINERAL WATER,
Aud iu stock other Mineral Waters, by
the Hurrel orUallon.
4 Granby Street. - Norfolk, Va
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The Latest for Men and Boys.
NEW 0OLO113. NEW (10003.
Walter .1. Simmons ik Co.?
THE POPULAlt H.V1TER8.
LOWEST PlUOE?, Open eveuinK until ?
"WE SLEEPETH NOT!"
"NEITHER DOTH THE GRASS GROW UNDER
We Arc Alive. _A??"V _ We Know What
Likewise A\valcc^;^^^gr t,lc Riders Want
Ramblers, Spaldings, Crescents!
"A?iiy hIioh.i of anvtbiug 011 tfao market ' Sol-I fur t-ft-li or easy terms. t-pei<x?
Bontbei a Ari ait for A. ti. Bpalditm Pros.'Athletic uu 1 Sportauoan'a Biipplio*. !<? Hiera
and clubt invited to call uu t loam our prices,
PnONE. 189._M MAIS St
HOW CAM WE DO IT ?
Well, we know how, that's enough. Just cast your
eyes on the following bargains.
2000 yards Percales, 36 in. wide, it 8c., worth joe.
One case Percales, 26 in. wide. 4c, worth 7c.
Check Muslin, 5, 8, 10 and 12c. yard; extra good v.decs.
One <:ase India Linen. 32 in. wide, 5c. per yard, worth 7c
8-4 Red Table Cloths, 45c. each,
10-4 Red Table Cloths, 60c. each.
A few more extra large Bat h Towels left, worth 20c, will be
closed out at IOC. each.
5-4 Table Oil Cloth, best quality, 12.VC per yard.
Other goods sold in proportion.
15$ ^ Churoli StiVL t.
STRICTLY ONE. PRICE.