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Regular Monthly Monthly Meeting
THEIR ACTION RECONSIDERED
pepcrt of Relief Committee. Appo- i
rrtattox National Park. Delegates
to the Grand Camp. A Member
III. Arrangements For Observ?
ing Memorial Day.
Tbe regular moutbly meeting of
Piokett-Buchauau I amp, Coufederate
"Veterans, ?us held iu its hull ut 8
o'clock lust evening. Preseut: Ii C
Woodtiouse, tirst lieutenant comman?
der, pteaiding; past Commanders
Heurv. Irvine, eiarnetl aud Washing?
ton Taylor; B A Marsden, third lieu
tenant commander: .1 I'. JacltSOU, ad?
jutant: R 1 .lacobs, sergeant major:
ft C white, obairman relief committee;
U W Todd, chairman; Fred Green
wood, 11 F Vaugban and R 11 Gwaltuey
of executive committee: C Croekmur,
collector, und a number ol comrades,
Tlio minutes ol tbe previous meet?
ing were read and approved. Tho re?
port of the executive committee wos
Commander Howards was reported
Sick and tinnhle to attend, 't he oust
wishes of the camp for bis speedy re?
covery to beulth were expressed.
The report of tbe paymaster was re?
ferred to tbo Auditing Committee.
Report of Relief Committee was read
The action of tbo camp, endorsing
the establishment of a national park ut
Appouiutto.*. Courthouse, was, ou mo?
tion, reconsidered, aud tbe question
laid over to tbe ue\t meeting iu May.
The resignations of two comrades,who
had removed from the oily, Were reud
and, ou motion, accepted.
The matter of a lecture before the
camp was referred to Comrade J. W.
McCarrick aud Fust Commanders
floury and Irvine to arruugc a date
aud other particulars at uti curly dntc.
The fodowmg comrades were, on
motion, elected us dclcgatea to tbo
Graud Camp to meet in Charlottes
villc, Vo., :n June next: 1!. T. Jacobs,
?. H. Perry, ii. A. Marsden, Wm. 13.
Foster and Charles Picket).
Ou motiou, the commauder was au?
thorised to appoint substitutes for
those who would in- unable to attend.
Comrade f. S. Gray wus reported as
critically ill,aud a comrade Volunteered
to act a* temporary nurse.
The matter id arrungouionts for ob?
servance ot Memorial Day, Uxiug tbe
date and all other put tictilars. wus on
motion, left in thu charge of the Gen
eral Committee of Arrau^omonts, Col.
W. P. Irvine, Chairman,
On motion tbe camp adjourned
Beabroulto It pi ra com pu u v.
Oue of the mrst magnificent aud
Rorgeous productions that, have ever
been produced hero will be presented
at tbw Academy of Music Monday,
April 20th. There is every element in
tho work for winning fuvor irom the
modern patron of comic upera. Spark
ling music, eflervesceul humor. gHy
costumes and dazzling scenery are tbe
?uro foundation upon wLich Mr, Sea
brooke's Opera Company iu "I bo Isle
of Champagne" bus been built, Mr.
Thomas Q, Seabrookc bus everywhere
made a tremendous bit. lie is mde
ecnbably funny iu bis make-up aud is
every inch u comic opera king.
The reserved beuts' sale will open to
morrow mormug. Prices: First floor,
$1 and 31.50; balcony, ?Uc. und 81;
Seliouner Nim i..
The schooner Fester a, Lewis, ('apt.
"Burgess, with U cargo of lumber tr?m
Norfolk for New York, struck ou tbe
B?rner Shoal ut 9 p. m. Saturday, und
began tilling at 1 a. in. Sunday.* The
crew bad to stay on tbo deckload, which
commenced washing away. The Cap?
tain said he mistook the light on tbe
liomer Sboal for some other light.
Chapman's wrecking Company scut a
utcaraer to the schooner, which wus
floated at high ti.le und was towed to
!New York, Her maiutopiuugt is broken
off short, und her inizzenmust is gone
by the board. The crow were saved,
'i In- < omruot* !.??<?
As stated in The Vhiuiman several
days ago, tbe contracts have boon let
for tbe work at Oceau View. The car?
penters' contract for tbu hotel has been
awarded J. .1. Lawler a Co.; tbe paint'
ing to N. B, Teogle; galvp.nized iron
work, Globe Stove Company; papering,
to M. Fuittudter. 1 tie eoutracta for
the pavilion, were let to Johu Jones,
carpenter work; painting, Star Paint
Company; galvanized iron work. Globe
Stove Company; plumbing, ,!. J, Law
ler a-Co, The amusement hull build?
ing will be30x181)feet, Couuuets have
not yet l?e?u let,
?i lie t.iiiostoin i earn.
The Gladstone Baseball Club, whiob
Will cross huts witti the Norfolk Cycle
"Baseball club Thursday afternoon at
League Park, at:i::!0 p, m.. consists ol
the following members: Edward James,
Manager, lirht base; Claude Walters,
Captain, pitcher; Linwurd Gtiun,
catcher und shortstop, tieorgo Carter,
third base; Edward Maboney, pitcher
aud second base; Bam Fitehet, left
iieldt-r; William Martiu. shortstop sud
catcher: .Itie Heat, oentro fielder, Wm.
Entniou, r:gbt beider. These are two
young clubs uud deserve- n good crowd,
A largo and complete lino at bottom
prices. Chapman .V Jakemao,
"Look for Frank H. Gales' u.ld."
Remember us when buying your
spring suit, pur excellence in tit and
workmanship. Nichols .vWallace, HJ'J
Seo our line of Manhattan negligee
Shirts, they are second to none.
"Nichols i- Wullsce, ltisi Main atreet.
BuUermilkJand ice Cream, at Msc'a.
wk i a mil it i I'd it s.
FerecMl i?r To?d?T?
WAMttXOTO*. I> A?rll '.'4. H'J*.
i Kor Virginia! <;mer.i! y in r, warmer
i near Iba i oa?t, ??k<^Hr ?lud?.
I ? r Scirlli ?iircllii?: 'il>iii-rtitly filr,
" ? M Dier Utar lb* i smtt, ? ULle wind?.
Mishtcrf Aivinai-Suu riis*. 8:20] ?un >et?
f t' . Hifli water,, I auJ 8 11 ;u lu. low water
V IS aud i W p iu.
I.ocul M?iCoor??lo**icnl Duia.
[ron 21 Hot'ita esuiso 8 o'clock last suobt.1
I* s. DnrABTMENT or AanicDLTVaK,
Wratiicm Bubcw, '.
Local Office, ho.'.tiou ttaiftling,
n iBvoi k, v.\., Apni i\ 18M, i
Maximum temperature.... 74
Minimum temperature.... -r?<
Norm It niporaiure deducted from 20
year* observation. fctl
Departure! from noru al.tlui 1
Accumulated departure for the mouth pi \->
Accumulate 1ilepaiitiro siuoe Jan. i ?">-s
Praoipitatiou, in iu imx . ,15
'lotal i tecipiteiion since 1st of tiio
.i. J. Qkay, Observer.
'i In- Kehoiil IIiioh Qnciinn,
Ouvhi in (mi. Va., April 22. UD;">.
Editor of tlio Virgiuii u
Siueo writing my proviotin commtliii'
cat:.in the secretary uf the School
Hoard reports another school with an
enrollment of 101 pupils ami an ex?
pense for booka of ?f 18.81, an averu^o
of about 1 1 cents per pupil. I have
learned also of au error in the report
of one tit the schools included in tl e
previous communication. the prin?
cipal iu making out ins report did not
routine himself lo what bail aottially
beeu speut for booka that (seuMiou, but
included what would 'bavo been ape ut
it each pupil hod been supplied with
the boohs actually needed, The omis
sum ami error ieduce the uveruge cost
per pupil to about 113 ueuts.
I'llU.ir St'UOOt, Tlll stuk.
CARPENTER--MC AR RICK.
Early Mornnif; Marriage at York Street
Mr. Cieorgo J. Carpenter, of New?
port Newa und .Miss Mary Gertrude
MoCarriok, ot Norfolk, daughter of the
lato Capt. r, MoCarriok, were married
yesterday morning at ihn York Street
Catholic Chapel, Lev. Father i". X.
MoCarty performed the ceremony,
anfistod by Lev, Path or Douohoe, of
Newport News. There were no atten?
dants. The church wus prettily deco
rated lor the occasion, Mr. ami Mr*.
Carpenter left uu the 7:l?o,m. traiu
lor u Northern tour.
t IIIIoral <?! or. (Hum. II. turner,
'ibo funeral of Mr. ('has. It, Turuor
took place yesterday ofteruoou at :!
o'clock troiu the residence of his sister,
.Mis. A, K. White, uu High slieet aud
wna con dueled by lluv. I'.. 11. Bowl?
ings ol Cenlcuary AL I!. Church.
Members ol Atluutie Lodge Knights of
Pythias of Portsmouth nud Wyaudolte
Tribe oi Led Men ol Norfolk aud Nor?
folk Lodge of 13 Iks were present to
pay a last Iribntu of respect to tho de?
DEATH or MUS, t'AltltU.N.
Mrs. Ann l'urreii died ut her resi?
dence, No. -I* Queeu street, at au early
hour yesterday moruiug,agod 84years,
The deceased wns tho mother of Mr.
James Karren, und was a must estima?
ble woman. The funeral will take
place at 1(1 a. m. Thursday from St.
Mary's Catbolio Church, of which shu
wus u member.
Mill tor Dnutns<-s?
A suit bus been entered in the Court
i f Law ami Chancery by Mr. .lohn ?,
Tilton tor Peter IV1 it to r, uged ti years,
Who asks ?1,000 damages from .Mr. 11.
T, Wrightsou, prupriutor of u wood
and coal yard ou Kelly avenue, ior
false arrest aud imprisonment. It ap?
pears that on January i'Jtb the child
was arrested ami carried before the
Police Justice charged with stoaling
woon from the Wrightsou yard ami the
charges against t,-o little tuilow were
'I lie I ... i ol Liquor i ic, ose?.
Under the new ordinance the follow?
ing will be the costs for liquor licenses:
Wholesale liquor dealers, $250;
wholesale and letuil liquor dealers,
S40i>, retail liquor dealers, $'200; retail
liquor dealers when liquor is drunk on
the premises, $-100; barroom, $300; or
diuaries, $U00; wholesale dealers m
malt liquors, $250; retail dealers iu
mult liquors, $300.
The following deeds were entered at
tin- t lerk's olUce yesterday:
N. 1 :. 11 U ifl und H. Al ? i > ate he hier to
the city ol Norfolk, it lot at the east
eud nt Highland avouue, $500.
Henry C. Godfrey to bis wife, Kilo
N. Codfrey, a lot aud improvements
ou thu north side ol Juumuu avenue,
Do not forget our continuation sale
of hue Kentucky Horses to-day. Trot
ler.s, saddlers and drivers. Our patrons
wib do well to ntteud this sale. The
MoOieary-MeClellan Live Stock Co.
siew Sprltm Urea? f?oodw.
Lovely styles, popular prices.
Wright's, 190 Mum street.
Mr, 1 . L, Billisoly, formerly with
Levy ,\ Jacobs, Portsmouth, Va.. cau
now be found at ltio Uub, clothiers
and gents' furnishers, '207 and 'Jd;i .Main
street, Norfolk, Ya. ap'ji.-lw
Koiiyll Idea \\ aiiled.
Five thousand bnahels, highest mar?
ket price. B, K. Owen, '27.'', "277, 27'J
Wo have a large assortment of Scotch
suitings Ihst uro very stylish for j
spring, Nichois .'. Wallace, 1G9 Maiu
Mr. W. M. Andrews, formerly with
Wigiuton a Bell, oan now be fonnd al
The 11 ti t?. clothiers and gents' furnish?
ers, 207 and 207 .Main street, Norfolk,
\ a, ap23 1 w
try Murray's dinners uud breakfasts
60o. each. They are the best in the
bUte; lioauuke avenue,
Organized Last Night at Elks' Hall
THE GRAND LECTURER PRESENT
The Lodge Starts Off Witli Largo
Membership. Tho Officers for
the Ensuing Term. Banquet
at tbe Mansion House
Another lodge ol Odd Fellows WM
instituted at Klks' Hall hint evening iu
the room of Columbia Hudgu No. 44.
'I lm nun lodge is to ho located nt Lam
hert'.H Point, ami will he known BS
Lambert's Point Loduo No, 1)9. The
now lodge starts of with u membership
of forty two members.
Grand Lecturer P. 1). Branch Btiper
i vised the installation, assisted by tho
: past graud othccrs of the different
j lodges. A very largo crowd ?ns in at
I loodauce. A banquet wns temlorud hy
tti" new lodge. OMourn of the new
lodge wen? elected aud installed us fol
lows: I'. I'. Smith, nohle grand; L 1J
t urley, vice graud; J W Baylor, treas
1 urer; Thomas A Smilhcro, permanent
secretary; P. E Baker, recording sec?
retary; fhoinas Allen, ubaplaiu.
Au elegant banquet was served at the
I'm With ??. Knifr,
Last nisht in u row at the comer ot
Scott uud Queen streets a negro woman
cut a white mnn with a knife, lullicting
a dangerous wound. She was arrested
uud locked up. '1 be case will be heard
by tbo Polioe Justice this morning.
Das it I'auillliir Sound.
Tho Now York Tribune has persuad?
ed itself that tho Democrats uro now
tho calamity howlers, nud iu corroliorn
tion it cites a Dutnocratiostntesuiau out
of a job as saying:
"Tho Republican party is us badly
divided on tho money question as tho
Democratic party is. and it will bo uu
, nblo toframo or pass it Qnaucinl meas?
ure that will be acceptable to tbo uouu
ltr>'-" '. . .
Hut tho remnrk was not original with
this Democrat ut statesman. In fact, it
[ was. a secondhand calamity bowl, a pre?
cisely similar fort.east having been at
; u United to Senator phoruiau.?New
I York Mercury.
McKinley ism Hits On* Supporter.
I lion. Thomas Brnckctt Reed opposes
I any attempt to revise the tariff ou the
I part of the fifty-fourth congress, says
i the Phi ladt Iphin Record. lie is wise in
his generation, The tariff needs to bo
amended by the correction of a few ad?
mitted errors, but it is doubtful if it
will ovoragain bo changed iu tho direc?
tion of MoKiuloyism. Thero is no one
among the loading statesmen of the Re
publican party who nppears to be will
IHK to make a stand for the r.venaet
meut of tlm tariff of I800oxcept thogou
tloman who becnuto upousor for that uu
fortuuatu measure aud for thu defeat
which it brought upon bis party.
Uncle Sam's i'h>K Driven Prom tho s, u.
Not :? single merchant vessel bearing
tho American flag passed through tho
Sue/, canal last yoar. This is not surpris?
ing, because we have no merchant ma
line. It is the system under which the
Hag has been driven from the sens that
? must nnswi i for tho result. And all tbe
time the advocates of that system have
; been preaching about tho necessity of
protection to American industries.?
Full ut llusiuesB.
"Do you belong to tho Law and Order
"Yes, si:-. Goi anybody you want
t ?' I.li <. I .1 I I 11,-,i.
^ ou have often wished lor something
to take the place of pills. Now try u
2fl cent package ol Simmons Liver
Regulator, | owder, Take it dry, ou
the tongue, or make it into n tea. It
is pleasant to take, and give-i quick
relief- two good recommendations.
KIDGWIU.L At bin lute residente. So.
?111 Wtirhiugton stieet, I'ortsmotith. Va..
April ?.".'.I. IS fi ut 1- |i . in . WILLIAM II.
Iti i >? ?\\ ULI. aged Biyeir-H.
I uiieral T?J-.'ll>KHO? (Thlirsd?.r) At'
I RNOON at J o\ lick from 'Jrinitv (Epis?
copal) Oh roll. I m inis und noriualutiucas
are invited t > attnu U
FAIiltKX?In thi* city, at her residence,
So. is (.Hieen nir? 11, Tuesday! Apr I v;id, at
HMO o'clock a, in., Mr*, ANN r'AltltKN, in
thu sit i vi ,ir ol lier a<e.
The fnueral will t,.k? i !a o from St Ma: v ?
Catholic Church TIIIK8I1A1 MullNINU nt
10 o'clock. riontls 6i tbo launiv ore in
VIted_tu ut tend _'
WHISKIES. CHAMPAGNES.11 CLARETS. BERGUN
DIES. MADEIRAS. SHERRIES.
0T8ER VINES; ALSO. FRtttCH BRANDItS, CORDIiLS. SC,
POLAND MINERAL WATER.
And in stock other Mineral Water*, by
the > in rel or < lallou.
4 Granby Street, - Norlolk, Va
_ 'I'llONK ItX
Iil'Y YOLK >!KINll
Wo have itioni in all colors at the lowest
L. JACK OLIVER & CO.,
Ml MAIM b 1T.EE;.
TTie $10 Cbevioi Suits liuvo
started people to thinking and
tboy cab't help but "ilnuk"
that rilE HUB bns come to
Norfolk as a blessing for tbu
great masses of clot lung wear?
ers. THE HUH Iihh opened
up a new era of money saviug
for the people. The high prices
wbicb have olway becu asked
for clothing in tbis city have
been shattered to pieces ami in
every ouo of those Sit) VV 1111'
COHl) CHEVIOT SUITS
you're getting the very same
Suit you formerly paid SIS to
S-?, for nioro perfect garments
were never turned out from
tlio IiuuiIh of any bolor ? made
of the very pest blue, Blank
and fancy Imported Cbeviota
finished by the best workman
snip und gnarODtV-id to tit nud
give perfect salishictiou, or
Yd' CAN GO B'ACK L( > I'll R
11115 AND OET VOLK
MONEY. You'll never know
how cheap lino olothing can bo
bought until you visit THE
M UVt UND UP-TO-DATE ?LOIHIIRS AND
207 aud 209 MAIN STREET,
ONE PRICE HOUSE.
24-c. 24c. 24c.
Our Special i (His week.
()ut entire line of 39c Col
(11 ed Wool Dress Goods this
week special, 24c. All new
and choice styles, all wool
and >S inches wide. These
goods arc far below t he
wholesale cosi and the great?
est bargain ever offered you.
Look at them early before
the choice styles arc sold.
Our Motto Low Prices.
Inder tin A ndemy of Mus o.
I nst recci\ c i. a new lini'
of 1 >ress Goods, pretty ef?
fects, at 10c, v, orth 12 Ac,
1 )oub)e width i Maid Dress
Goods at Sc, very cheap.
Creton, in 1 to 10 yard
lengths, at 5c a yard, worth
White Go is, in stripes and
plaids, at 5c a yard, worth 7c.
Lawns and l)iess Calicoes,
in 1 to 1" yard lengths, at 3c;
Shirting Calicoes, at 3c; Un
bleached Cotton, at 3c, and
many other bargains which
we cannot specify in this
262 CHURCH STREET.
A WARNING T
All porsmM are traruod NOT to BUT,
ski.i.. uM USE lull JJjl lLiN.l any km I
Bottles Marked J. E. Fulford,
m< uoi r ? in . .1. B. v., Norfolk, Va.. regis
tared never to be cold, ana not tobe Bold. ?n
sat 1 buttle, are remstere I with thu hcro
iii v ol i'ii Commonwealth of \iumhr uud
with the cuts of the Court of the city of
Noriolk. Au\ person il.niu; ?u will be i'llO -
ROUTED To THE FLt.l.fc?t EXTENT OF
.1. E. Fb'LKOIU).
Mi lo Agent l'nl st .Vilkaukeu lieor.
Ni rfulK. Va.
Chap. 204, an act to amend anil ro-ouact
kectlous 1 uud ::. of i im|.ter 7i, Act- of A?
souibly, 18W-UO, to protect tbu owners of
Im Il> >, b,.xes. siphons ami kegs mud in tbo
miIo ? 1 sodu water, etc. Apptov.d February
lil, 18 '2,
I. I ii it o acted by the Qeheral Assembly
of Hrgiuia. '1 but BO tion* OUe aud three, of
chapter Bevclily-ouc. of iossiou acts of
eighteen huadr id ?ml eighty.nine and
lghtui n ltuudrt> I an I uiusly. be Hiuendcd
and te enacted o i to mini as follows.
1 lie ii euo t u by tin- Oetier 1 Anseiubly
Virginia, That an, uud ?II peisous und
)rporatioi s cugaged m iiiauufactur.ug,
lott.tng. or sellin< bo la aaters. mineral or
.erated waters, -ranll liter. liiKer beer,
ioiss beer, ulnto bior. or othor Inverayes,
or modiein ?< me I cul or >| aratious, per?
rumor,,, uuiupo ind, or mixtures, iu bottles,
siphons, in.?, or kegs, wnii his, her, its. or
t be r u. incs or o tor marks and devious
ad, stamped. * njcr.iv? tl, etched, blow n.
impressed or othoi wise produc id upon SUcb
bottles, siphons, it s. or kegs, or the lioim
usu i by hue. her. it. or them, may Bio in
the Ulork's u i co nf the County or Corpora
u Court ui tlio county <r corporation in
liiiebhis. her, it-, or their ur.ucipel place
ut 1 usiness IB -itn ile I, or in Clerk's ullice of
b i hau ery Court ol too city ol Richmond,
said priucipal place of business is siiiu.t -d
iu stid city, und also iu thu olllce of the
Secretary ot ibe < o ittnonwealtli, n doicrip
i ut the name or names, marks or de
is so med l y biui, I" r. it or them, ri ?
le- ivoly, Hint i in m; ,n b des r plimi to be
printed once in each woe., tor three wee'iS
sue ?->i\oly iu ii newspaper published iu
the city or corpi ration in which said notii o
Ihivj been tiled as aforesaid: slid :f
ther-' be uo new.caper published iu tbu
iounty or oorporuiion in which said notice
may have lo< u Hied as aforesai I, th uin thu
now*, apir nearest to that county or corpo?
I he iure by any ptr-on othrr th?n tho
person hi person-', corporutlou ur corpora?
tion^ whose .ioi ii e, names or mark hh.itl i e
or shall h.ivr been upon the tcune, without
Ktioti written routeiii <n purchase as afore
? lid of any stl h nmrkel or distinguished
b.it le. b iv. siphou, im. ur keg, when n tie
si ript uu of itie iiatuo, mark, or de? i o sti ill
I; re li en tile I und publ she I .18 herein p. 0?
i t ie,l. for the sale therein of smla waters,
in m r d or aerated waters, porter, nl?.
ilder. g iiL-er no. milk, I team. beer, hiuh.II
ii ? r. I-K*r beer. ?ii>* beor, ?Into beer, or
beverages, or of any i-rtieles "f niercbau
disi, medicines, medical preparations, por
i mi ry tomponuds, miitnres. or prepara?
tions, or tor the lurnisliing ol B?i h or siin
ilai never.tgos to con-timers, or the bnyttig,
riling, n-iug disposing ?> . ot trafficking in
any sie-li bottle* boxes, siphons, tins, or
tu s, by any pi rsou other tb in Kaid pi rson
or corporation* having a name. murk, or
di l toe thereon, or such ownor without 8 tic tl
written con out, ur the bavins by any pink
deal r or dealer in second-baud articles,
possession of any such b title*, boxe?,
siphous, tins, ur lo ks. n deseription ol tho
uain'-B. murk,, or devices uli-moii shall
h.ye I eon so tiled oiil pnblidied na utor
> siii w thoul such wi itti u oonseiit, shall, and
is hereby, d etat ail to bu presumptive ci
dl noc ol die snt | nulawfni use, purchase,
mil tri! el.ing ot inch bottle*, boxes.
Iphotis tins, or ke^s.
I. This act shall be in force iro n its pas
sag. . hp.i lawilw
CALF. OF A V.M.I AIU.I. I'Alt.M.
Iiy virtue of iwo detdl hi trust I.n made by
Annrew J. Coxier and wife, uf dale iei|>et lively
Ii. -. ember II, ISS2, :ir,l Mar- Ii II. IS'Jrt, duly of r?
eord and in Hie i yiieit ? ?! Iii? b-netle a-v lluretn,
I til ill *J |. ?, to Sale ul inihlic n ie Ion, .it ll.C N.ir
Mk Iteal Lilale Kxchaucc, IIA Main streit, Sur
r.illt, \a.. Mi Tt:KSI)AV, May fib. 1 ?'.-.*>, al 12
u'cluek in., Iii? following %.iliiabi,- l-'nini urai Lake
I awson, lit I'rineess Ante eiaiuty, Vs., with th-r
hitililltigfl and iinpio ?? in-u s thereon ami appur
i- nani ei t hereto belonalni, to-wi:
AI.I. THAT i 1 If TA IN FARM Oil lit A CT OF
1} ing in -anl rouuiy, rnnln nlhg l?/ re-, -, more ? r
I>,s,1k>uuiIid uu the north by a biauch .., i.utlu
i reek, on the ?ei n ilie Isndu II. h. Van t\ v. k.
ami on i he?a it and soulli by the bay -i l.- wad.
'I h } (arm \t highly liapioveil ami boa ? u it:
youug Mrawlurry field In full bbKiiu slid idher I
, r.e-. Tlie laiel Is high slid |.e: ull.u Ir uilu|>',e.l t,
ir,ieklns.'iid there lsi|tihea i'aluulile nshsry ihe.e
lo attached. Iii a iir-l-ela-? l.oui
TKItMSi-'One-fhiirth cash,the re?hlue piyable Iu
.|\, twelve ami elsliteeii umnlhs from Ibu day ol
? al,-in eunal Ins ailment*, iisrryibii interest from
?Iiiy of sale, ike |iureb:s.-r In siVurs the deferred
nrments i>y deeil Iu irbil ?uih- larm ul hi? cost
? r, it hl? option, a'.l ens'-.
I M. W IIITF.IirICS I.
a .. l-- ls I> sire.
O ^tv -?Uk VSfctV -?<V^?. 9
t THIS DAY y t
$ _ i
a Genuine Current Jelly, \
p \ e pound. Co. q
9 Standard Can Tomatoes, i
9 per can, 7c. a
r4 Dove Tender Dried Beef, f*
if per pound, l7e. t*
*a H. CLAY PICKETT, J
p i hum: ,:>\ uootis deiivero I free, a
FANCY RETAIL GROCER,
No. 43 Market Place?.
PHONE 7:,'. Coo ls di Ii ere 1 fTc
IN STIFF AND SOFT.
CALL AISJD SEE THEM
Walter J. Simmons & Co.
177 MAIN STIlEKT.
tt^i LOWEST FltlCKS.
IH2 CTO MARBLE WORKS,
in, 113 and 115 Bank St.,
NOltFOj.K, - - . VIItOINIA,
l arge Stock of Finished
MONUftlNTo AND HEA?8T0NES.
4*-btaUy Ivr l.MWbOIArhliLUVLKy
WHEREIN LIES OUR SUPERIORITY
LARGEST STOCK ! GREATEST VARIETY !
An Absolute Saving on Every Pair of Shoes.
l^JL^sTlv. MI2DI UAL. CHBAPi
I'.very Illing concoiveablo in tun way of Footwear carried in our Mammoth ??
tabliehment. ONE LOW PRICE TO ALL.
Children Strap Sandals, Tan or
<? Child's Uonuine Dougula But
g ton Shoes in Tan or Black, 75o.
Ladies' Uenuine Dongol? But- *
Bov's Solid Leather Shoes, heel
ton Boot, every pair warranted to $ | ? spring Lec,Si Tjjn M B,Mk
I s?.oo I s $3.00
X I 1 At this uneo our Ladies' Razor
5 Buys a pair of our Fioo Tan or Z Toe Hand-Sewed Button to Tan
J . . _ . _ $ $ or Black are emiul to any j?? J
j Black Ladies' Kid Button Boots. * j Shoe*. ?
k wear well,
I Ladies1 Oxford Ties. j
50c, 75c, j
I $2.00 3
J Men's Calf, Laoo or Congress <
$ niiiBt wear or wo give now pair in 4
I $3.00 Trilby Shape.
? They are all Freuen Kid and as
$ lino as money will buy,
I Ladies' Oxford Ties, g
I $1.25, $'1.50, $2.00. I
S $3.00 $
? Men's Latent Leather or Tau ^
a Shoes on all tho new shape toes. J
5 Our $5 OO Line.
$ Men's Latent Calf or Russian
? Calf are ns good as aoy iu Nor
? foil, at any price.
^ffi/ mo 60-ouan siondord cra;c;. 5co.000 Baskeis.
wljBfli, 8,000 ?arrel? Daily.
^J??/ r?* Coiue aud see our gooil-t bofore yon purchase, mid reuiembes
4' we uro in a position to tike care of you under ?11 louditiuua.
Aganta and middle men ean't >io it. floods t ,t wntei trade a?
warehouse, McCouUjttxh'n ?1 .ir
FARMERS' M AW UF ?CT? RS M G CO.,
?P_CORNER CHAPEL and CALVERT STREETS.
?a\?/c es crocTy mat i?"
?NEITHER ??TII THE GRASS GROW I NDER
We Are Alive.
\ _ VVc Know What
f ff VV' I the Riden Want.
Ramblers, Spaldings, Crescents!
"Away ahead of anything on the market." Sold for cash easy terms. i-poi-tt
Southern Agents for A. <i. Hpnhtiog limit.'Athletic mi 1 ?poruniiiu's supplies. iJtaler*
und < labs Invited tu enil an 1 loam our prices.
m S. B?CHE?CH 81 BRO., ?Eft
MAIS s r
OLD GOLD REFINERS AMD ASSAYERS I
WE PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR OLD GOLD.
l>o not iseriOca any old gold that you may have, but write its to call on i";i and niv?
you oar ericvs We receive old gold from auy part of the United States aa.l it amo.utl
alluned i? not intisfsotory ?0 pay <. .1 ??.<.?? charges both ways an 1 roturn paoitiigo iu -.1.110
con iitiou an re< eivud.
Se Baclarach & Bro,9
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