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A Young Chicago Woman Who is a
SHE IS ENTIRELY SELF-MADE.
Miss Bcrtli.i Eppstein, Who Has
Charge of 41 Flats and Receives a
Plethoric Income. In Spite of
tho Large Business She
Seems Net to Care.
I*" "I am entirely a self rutulomnn,"
?paid Miss Bertha Eppstein, who has
[charge of the 41 fiats nud some other
property near tho corner of Indiana
avenue and Twenty-second street, ns
ebu laughingly turned from her big
ofiice desk uud prepared to chat of thu
?work which brings her in a plethorio
"You sco,"sho continued, "I wan
Joft an orphan when I was n littlo child.
It hasn't ben qnite so easy as it might
'have boon to tunk? my own way, for 1
am absolutely incapable of filling n po?
sition save when 1 run in authority, it
isu't that I don't want to, but that I
cannot. 1 really nm not worth 5 cents a
?day in a Bubofdiuato position. But 1
'have forged ahead, for I have nlwnys
believed I could do what others have
?dono, und 1 have never tukeu a back
MISS RKRTIIA EPPSTEIN.
?tep. 1 havo ki pt books nud have ilono
various other things, but it was not un?
til 1 undertook my proseui work that 1
found my congenial vocation. Why, do
you know 1 liko my present work ho
well that I cannot think of anything 1
. would prefer to it-''
Miss Eppstein says Unit there, is noth
'iug sho is more, proud of than that dur?
ing tho last year, whoa mi many build?
ings have stood empty, not ono of her
41 tiats havo been unocoupiud a whole
mouth ami that sho has not in that,
jlength of tiinu lost 1 per cent of her
(gross receipts. Sho devotes her whole
?tiam to her work, anil although she in
thoroughly businesslike thu docs not
imakc it wholly a matter of business.
She is like tho head of a large, conglom?
erate family, and it is the common hab?
it of her tenants to come to her as free
? It for advice and sympathy in regard to
tho sick baby and other family affairs as
about leaking steam pipes or falling
plaster. In speaking of this she said:
I "I ntn sure my tenants like me. and 1
,nm sure I want thorn to, but while I
? hold myself always ready to.servo thorn
J I never accept social attentions from
I'them, nud above all 1 discourage gossip.
'I try to put myself in their place and ns
.vnear as possible do for them what 1
?would like to havo douo for myself. 1
never promise u thing that 1 do not do,
-nud I see to it that the small things
'upon which tho comfort of a family bo
, greatly depends reoeivo attention. "
Mies Eppstein believes that tho work
the is doing is admirably suited to the
capacity of many women?in fact, that
they would be much more successful
?than most men in renting and caring
?for flats from the fact that they are, as
a rulo, more willing to give attention to
^details than men, and upun such attcu
;tiou tho success of large apartment
-buildings depends. In htr work Miss
"Eppstein isipiito unrestricted. Thu col?
lecting, ad veitismg, hiring and discharg?
ing' help and the bookkeeping aro all
Iber care, und yet sho is as enthusiastic
'and buoyant ns if sho had not a, respon?
sibility iu tho world. ?Chicago Tribune.
Danger In Heavy Clothing.
Thcro aro morn illnesses growing up
into giaut maladies every day than tho
old timo family physician over dreamed
of, even in bis varied uud coinprehou
eivo experience. Ono of tho new disease
lads is told about by a popular physi
oian, who is consulted ouly by woinon
of tho haut ton.
"Thero i3 a new complaint that has
Tecontly doveloped among women,"
said ho. "It begins with a tired, drug?
ged feeling and general lassitude. Tho
patient feels disinclined foroxorcise nud
f?raduully loses her appetite und spirits?
?while, as a natuinl result, really bo
rioua troubles aro apt to develop under
such favorable conditions. A patient of
'mine, who is a prominent woman of
the world, catno to me a few days ago
nearly in tears. 'Doctor,' sho said, 'I
?am either growing old or am going to
,bo ill. I feel tired and exhausted all
?the time and have no spirits for any?
thing, mid yet there does not seem to
ibe unything really tho matter with me.'
I "I asked her n lot of questions about
iherself and could not sen any cause for
jtho syrnptcmf; sho dosoribi I, and as I
'bad had Bovc-ral similar complaints
[Within tho week I felt quite puzzled.
(Suddenly an idea struck ma 'Will you
wterj on ray weighing machine?' 1 ?sk
led. 'I would liko to know your weight.'
rOh, doctor,' she romonstrated, 'I real?
ly have lost a good deal, but with this
jfckirt you could not toll anything. It
jWrdghe at leant 10 to 12 pounds.1 'Ab,
mtu* is Mcrtry what I ivautvto sa*v?>V l
\ * - it floats* ^ /
FORTY niLUON CAKES YEARLY.
?>-?..? -".coTtin a c*wair co , an_
Qnov<ort?. "vao iiuiiiu, ujy tieur ninuaui,
take off that bcavy skirt and heavy
mantle, put on light, sensible garmonts
and walk several milts a day, nud I
will guarantee a cure.' "
So, you sue, Ilms it gous, nud to uiltl
to the terror of skin woaring now coinoa
the ueoessary haircloth whioh la tbo
up to date substitute for the garment
Wbieii was moaut to keep its woarer
ooutinuolly romiudod of ins or bcrsius.
Tin haircloth skirt is a thing of beauty
1 for nbout a uiiuuto, and u joy until its
oomDosite weaves boa in to stick into
your soiisitivo flosb, nud you realize
what those religious monks of old must
have suffered in their zeuioua devotion.
?IS'cw York Tojograiu,
The Woituut'i Sii(Tn?j;<> SToromnut,
Tbo movement for woman hufTrngo
began in conservative New England,
nud its advocatesw< ro rogarded na dan
gorooH fanatics. However, tbey booamo
hu strong that a law was passed author?
ising women to votu atsohoolelections,
n privilege that vory r< w availed them- I
?elves of. Now England has tnktm rath?
er un advanced stup, and sooinl rolatloua
did not appear to i:;t so greatly disturb?
ed as Im'l laK'ii oonfldontly predicted by
loading writors, nud Wyoniiug, where
there worn very ft w wouion, gnvo them
?uffrugo and invited believers in it to
settle tin re. Tbo procei ding was n pop
ular ono, nud tbo territory of Washing?
ton followed Woyiuiug subsequently,
incorporating woman bu IT ruga in its
state oouitltution. Utah followed suit,
ami Colorado also mit in :t hit! for tbo
women. Then Illinois* allowed them to
vote at municipal elections. Kansas
gavu them Buffrngo, and Ohio provided
for tin in it ballot in Bobool OlectioilB.
Bevoval other statoagave tin ui u limited
bullot. A obango badoomo about, even
moderate wifo boutingwaB disoontinued,
uiitl the Russian proverb, always ro?
garded us Hound philosophy, that "a
man should love Ilia wifo as ho dooa Iiis
dog and boat her us be does bis Jacket,"
now huuutis brutal and uncivilized. A
married woman can oven draw her
wages in oaso Mm is omployod without
rendering In r employer liable to thu do
mands o! her busband.
It would bo very diOionlt to prophesy
how fur the social and political revolu?
tion will extend, but tho progress bus
Luen surprising.?Cincinnati Enquirer,
Folly of tho Bounty System.
Tho system of paying bounties lo En?
courage sugar production has been car?
ried toits legitimatecouolusicu in Ger?
many. The result has been a great over
production. As n oonsoquenoo, tho price
of sugar has bnt>n so reduced that larger
bounties uro demanded. 'The Uormnii
government finds itself unable to th ai
satisfactorily with tho problem. To
withdraw the bounty nil exports would
bring ruin to producers, wbohuvo inntlu
investments on the faith of government
support. To increase tho bounty would
be to mugnify tho evil of overproduc?
tion. Tho wholo transaction affords a
new proof of the folly and futility of
government interference in matters
thai ale best left to tho determination
of private interests. ? Philadelphia Boo
a Sainplo of Protectionist Iteaaonlnjr.
Thu Norristt.wn Herald discovers tho
interesting situation that American
woolen goods sold in Bradford and olse
Wboro abroad moans tho reduction of
Wages of employees in the woolen mills
of this country and t-onui other dreadful
things?that is, a greatly enlarged for?
eign market, the lirst of any account in
30 yi ur.-, and a Btrong und growing de?
mand for tho product of American mills
actually destroys trade, olosos down op?
erations und reduces wngos paid tho
workers, according to Tho Herald's
Btatement If it does, itwill be the lirst
time in tho history of the world that
Buch a thing lias happened.?Philadel?
Now York's ltelgn of Terror.
Tho cry of tbo roinniittoo ot seventy
With regard to Demooratio officehold?
ers is, "l/ood or bad, they must go."
The spirit of this campaign of revi ngo
is that of ton Kornau proscriptions or
the French terror. It is a ense of heads
otf to encourage the others. The meth?
ods of Scylla, of Robespierre, of Marat,
have been introduced iuto municipal
politics by persons who profess to ad?
here to no party, to ho above party.
This is New York's Therrnidor. ? Now
The Situation Una Changed,
Only a littlo whila ago tho virtuous
O. O. P. was horrified at the thought of
Utah becoming a state, and n lJetno
Cratio statu, too, by tho grace of Mor?
mon voters. Now that Boss Cannon has
made au alliance with tbo Republican
leaders, and Utah is likely to become a
Ropublioan state, tbo horror has disap?
peared. The O. O 1'. would vote "Par
ndiso Lost." into tho Union if it felt that
I it could count on its electoral votes.?
Now York Mercury.
Several cars en route; ninp.t bo sold;
also i-onie ou track here. il. ?. Owens,
276 Water street.
The Facts oF the Dispute Between
fvicara": ia 8nd Br tain.
BANISHMENI Of MR. HATCH.
Tho Present Difficulty Grew Out of
a War Between Nicaragua und
Honduras in Dec. 189J, When
Honduras Troops Seized
Cape Graciana Dios.
Tho present dilllculty grew out or it
war between Nicaragua and Honduras,
in Doocniber, lbuil, when Honduras
tioops seized Capo Grnoinua Dios, in
Nicaragua, about (JO miles above thu
Tho Kearsarge was ordered to Blao
Qelds, but was wrecked on Roncador
reef. Early in IS?bruary tlio Nicarnguan
government scut a military force t i tbo
Mosquito strip to bond off thu throat
i te .1 invasion, and on Fob. 13 took pos?
session of BluefioldB anil proclaimed
martial Inw mi the Mosquito rest rva
tion, an act against which Chief Clar?
ence of tlie Mosquito Indians protestod.
Warships were >?> ut t<> tin' seine by tbo
United iStntea aud Great Urilnlu.
Tho 'Nicaragua!! government finally
established unothor chief in place o:'
Chief Clarence, and he was rocognized
by th-.:. country, hut not by Great Brit
nin, although the British assured tin'
Duitod stati s that sho assorted no rights
of sovereignty over the Mosquito strip,
but respect ed the paramount sovereignty
Chief Clarence became a fugitive and
sought, refugo in Jamaica. The Nicarn?
guan governmouI baniahod British Vico
Consul Patch and nine others, who
were made prisoners. The British gov?
ernment demanded that tho Nicnragoatl
government pay Mr. Hatch 676,000 and
make suitable reparation to other Brit?
ish BUbjects who Buffered by the edict of
expulsion. Tim Nioaraguan govorumeut,
iu reply to this ultimatum, asked that,
tho entiro dispute bo rcforred to a com?
mission.?New York Ilerald.
A 1 i oi iry I n?|>i < i ion.
Clement Walkor Andrews, tho libra?
rian fleet of the .lohn Crerar library in
Chicago, will make a tour of inspection
of all tho scientific libraries in tho conn
try und report tho results of his obser?
vations to the trustees. They do not ex?
pect to select a temporary building for
tho library until after this report is
made. ? Philadelphia Press.
Twrnty-onr Children I? Tilts Fionlly.
.lames Harper of Hat Crook, Yn., a
widower with seven children, and-Mary
Poster, a witlow with 1 I, have united
their fortuues aud families.?Chicago
A fVhlslterless Kinncror.
i Tho Japanese lulvanoed thotr troops
Till near Peking, and then
They souchl tin- dragon, and then they thought
To tu nrd ist in in his don.
Alna, they little thought in And
What now they know ts true,
Tin- Chinese dragon Is emuoth faced?
Ills whiskers never grow.
Could Not Sleep, Nervous
Gentlemen:?I have been talcing
your Restorative Nervine for iho
past three months and I cannot
bay enough in its praise. It baa
Saved Hy Life,
for I had almost, given up hope of
ever being- well again. I was a
chronic sufferer from nervousness
and could nob sleep. I was a'so
troubled with nervous headache,
und had tried doctors in vain, nut il
luscd your Nervine. Yours truly,
MKS. M. WOOD, r.lnstvood, 111.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
Dr. Miles' Nervine 1 ?? cid on a positive
eunranteo that tho ti: .t bottle vxll Bone
fit. All drn --|-ts Ki-li it iir.il, B bottles'V.
pr will bo sent, prepaid on receipt of r>r'c-i
Sold by All Druooists.
livory consumer of dry goods and notions who is inclined to an economical policy,
or who wants their almighty dollar to produce just a little more than any other one that
they have ever spent should not fail to see how much your dollar is appreciated at
ONE HUNDRE? AND TWENTY-SIX MAIN STREET?THE NEW STORE,
Here you will find no old and shopworn goods or last season's styles (that are dear
at any price), but fresh, new and fashionable goods bought this season at low tariff
prices, and marked to seil at prices that were made to win us friends and customers.
Space will not permit u^ to enumerate all of the manv sterling values which we will
offer to our customers this week, und we only give below a sample of the many bargains
wc are offering,
Moving decldod to diu out: nit? tl.is tlepartnu nt ou account ot
look o! io?m we will j> ? !i on s.i e " on ley notniue
7 pairs No. 1721, Crenm L? e Curtains, 31 ysn s long. l'J incliei
wide, for nur inoe hit. 91.'.'6.
2 pnii .No. 201. v.lntr i are ' u:t. ins, 81 yards Ion:. 4? inolios wide,
roruicr price >:t.95 ho.t
G |)? r No nun, v.hito I.nee Curtains. :t yarcs Ion,:, oi) incho
wide, former pries ft. now t .71?,
B pair No IS 5. Cream Uaea i uttt us, 3yards long, 60 incite: ?id.-,
formor price 92.23, how 11.1 ?
7 pait No r:t<. White I see ( uita us, yar.'ts long, 60 In lies wide.
'? ' m r ptieo 92.7.1. now $1.81),
Gya.i No ioj:i. Cream L-. of Mains."', yards long, 48 inohes Wide,
ioimer pries 92,2', now ? i 1 ?.
in & Co.,
EL m b> ro i d e r i e s.
Wc tmvo Just o| euol sud will have on sale for tlio first time
Monday morning uu ei tuisite lins ol ( amln o. Nainsook. Bwi-8
ttud .lii'-onet Ktohroiduries. Ihisliueis the most coinoleto oid
beautifully soioi tid that > ad bo fount In (ho oity. A special fea
tuto m this depHrtinont is the Match Sets.ditb rent widths iuedges
sud uisortlonj, all to match.
Btory stylo and design Imaginable, from the cheapest to tho
fine embroidery ones, u arknd at drawing prices
Ladies' 1 ?st Ills l. Underskirts, in | Isiuaud Mpire.it $1, $1 25.
91.60, sl.ii." mi I #1.74. t e tsr \ nines can be found uowhere
2'-incli swivel Silk or Wash Ginghams, lovely |uitterus aud
I color-, regular No; ? nt pr ce.
I Corniee Poles and Fixtures. Wo thow the most elegant Pole-i
and Fixtures aver shown in Norfolk. I'rices l&c to 91.30 each
E. Brownstein & Co.,
126 Main Street,
There is no reason why you should not be happy, too, if you would only take
the advantage of the low prices we are ottering in
Parlor, Chamber and Kitchen Furniture, Bed?
stead, Mattresses, Springs* Sideboards
amd Ckairs T
Just think?An Oak Ucdroom Suit (nine pieces) for only $17.50; a large Reid Rocker
for $1.45; Sideboard ( olid oak) for $S.5^. Baby Carriages from $4.15 up.
ll will pay you to give us a call before purchasing. Just received, a large lot of Chromos
and Oil Paintings; also Looking Glasses, which wc are offering very cheap.
t?^L Old ?ltirlcet Kquar?.
WS ?fter some nf tba mos? .lejlrabls
laTC?tuoat? uow on thn tunraet.
S.o. 101 lirauby utroe;.
No. 283 an i 'Hi liuto aireat.
euemnni rental propi r ties ou church.
Bmltli, WillouRhby, Jamti and lteiley
\ac?'it l<Hi "ii Iniiimota. i<re?et.
l'rtncaaa Anne. Plume. Itiverside, Wind*
ror and Nun i ami,. Htrncts. ami l urk.
Vt iilonchbv. i emral an i it Avenue? and
n. .u ? more >u Lambert's Poiut.
Cottano nl Virgin a Baach,
bun u 1 1 I moil itroct,
Honso 5fi Qneau street.
liniiHofl ou llai mn i.i Htrodt.
llousa nil lloasli itraat,
o ise Avenue A lluutersfrllle.
Otlleei and sieemn; apartments on
Low nl new Uouaoa 1'. A. avonua et?
>o. :'i IiOyali'l lano
i : . i Di ?in l floor, 96 Main ?treat
fttto i to -tin applicants.
N< w ! ouse, lltvorai to, 7 rooms aa4
stable (3 ttalla), Stl'AN.
g> TURKISH ?ND RUSSIAN B?THS, CO
Cu Corner Churcli and Bute Streets.
I Open till Midnight. Sundays till 8 P.M.28
Hours Reserved for Ladlea: Tuesdays, Fridays, 8 A. M.; 4 P. M. %ii
m . . . -. . m
UONli I7S and 248. van THI.BUKG HOFMAN, Manage! ?
s i rric.
We < ? m that our Block of MEN H HOYS' an I CHILDREN'S OI.OTHINO
la unsurpassed ?? to 8TKLE.QUALITY and Pit ICE and think a call will oon
vinco you .if in fact.
Onr two floors are )ost loaded with choice I arcAim1 fo- tome yno?why
not inn ?
Dun t ,.r rot the fi.ei ibat we ar e: II baa ! |i ..rji rs lor RWE BT, (din A
CO.'S WOP.KINU PANTS and OVERALLS, Kverj pair warranted not to rip.
V~ MAIN STIIEE1, SOD I H s!l-E.
Ilacklini^t'oii J 5s.. t ft t! 21 <: 5 n})y *?^t P??to
Shorth.-ird, Bookkeeping, Pcnmiinahi:.), Arithmetic, Banking, Etc.
Noedncntion Is complete witiiout a thoi >ngu b sines* training. Studauts admitted
at any lime. Individual instruction. No class - Elegant rooms over looking Norfolk
lmrbor. lerum i caoutblc Voi circulars address
I. W. PATTOIN, Principal.
Optici Orr* Tkkib?rer. i
Nonroi.i, Va., a pi i i iu, in in. \
HIPS WILL HU IVPKNlSI) A I' THI8 <)K
Boa ?t 12 o'cloek nonii on APRIL-27th,
1895, for doing all the excavation an i back
Ii 11 itie *n?l for Inj the drain tilu tu hliu
wood i i niete ry
S| oi: cations for tlie work and other In?
foiuiution may bo obtHiued it tbo oftlvo of
tuo ' it-. Kugln 'er
I aeli bid in, -t bo an ompmi od by a cat ti?
lled cheek in me an in of mio hun red dol?
lar! an a , narantee of tbo (too I Initu of tbo
bidder. Ucnd with sntisfact >rv security
? In re (| ui red to the amount of oue-t.aif
;h- contrael priie
The right to reject any or all bids with?
out . -i- Ii,i:.- tlie re..son tberelor is re
Uy i rder of the t'oiuotur. Oommitte ,
W, T. UitOOKI .
spiilo.'tl ? lly I-.nuinuor.
FULL SET OF TEETH,
HEW PflTEMT PROCESS!
'Jlis i l .'.e is dispensed with; tbo teeth
hold tiioru firmly m tue mottth by n e^ns of
ret nor, and oatvnalf tbo weight is re?
move 1 Satisfaction is guaranteed in ovtry
I)It. W. E DORSET,
53 n*nk it rest, corosi I'lutse.
Tt&TII EXTRACTED WIT1IOU1 I'AlM,
oubl) fJLU&Q A SPLciALT V,
AOCTIOW_R,IX 1-4 - I IITUKK DAVIS
lty llic Morrl? Auctlpn-House, j, t. Killiy, Jr..
Proprietor, No gs Haut ?irc-vl.
t ARGE TRADE BALK OK DKY (iO0D%
1j Clothing, Mol Ions, llo-lery. Hai? Khoes, etc
ut oureuctlon-liouieou THURSDAY MORKINUl
April Mih, a-. 10% o'clock.
11. it. Ml HUMS,
pi r-Lam to tiii: tkkms ur tui: n>r
I losrti y deod- ol ti.nl. a .d ut the ro tuest ut tue
creditor iheniu secured, we shall proceed to sell
at public auction la irnet id the courtm m d >???
of iS'irfolk oouul* oi TUESDAY, the SOthdayoS
April. Ih'.i .a I - o'clock in., the following oca?
crlbcd pro|mrly to-wlt:
lim?i.nT OF LAND, with Improvements),
?lluate io m e io? u of Berkley, Norfolk co inly, V?.
.s?M loi nan h frontage im Maim e avenue of ?
feel ?rllli a depth id 4 . fiel i in he?, a id i- ?. porv
linn ol No, H. M I uu nrenue a ending t?
"plant Of tba N?sli land." Oped o trust inane iisr
Alpha ? Wilson, dale i s Homier 7lb, lt*t. and
r ,'nrile I in die I book IBtf, pajQ NoiMa.
Counts i on t i loi k a OH ee
irec-wl LOI' < K LAND, wlih iinposcrn tut.
?'?uate In Ibo town ol II rkli-y. Norfolk CO lily*
Vs., um.<!";; at i o ut on'C' stieet i.u feet
front the Nortke ?t cornei of IV.* aid "(?'?Iwia.
Haid I..' In.? a Ironings ?.! !W foot in anid "? *
?treel,with a depth of no feet i>.-in? parlor lots
I-, (0 Hid Its. l*y ttiee'.as shown by tlie plat of
M umlaut. D.oi of trust uiadtt by Ocvrge Bonuel
mi l ?rite ilateil June Hi, ISBI. and r .or Jed in
ileOil bonk 187. page 209, Cli i t's olllce uiore.-?'d.
RJ3TI It ULACK.
Al.v.Mi ii. MAIlTIK,
FRANKLIN I). tilLL,
BY VIRTI 10 <if AN ?SsT?NMENt PHOS*
Alii** Ilarrcll,trailing n? Mrs l'boinai dcabO,
lo ine as trustee, dated April -.t l, ISO.?, and d.d*
r*?t e i I hn^e taten i hiire" ol nil toe Proper!*
eonwyed in -aid detd, and hare up.. Ibbu Mr. I\
W. ! sc i > in agent loin..', ihargu oi Die ato-.
l tri lurihci iniiire. all per oua Indcb ed io lien
tri I please ?eitle willi liliil.
ap.'4-oi I'liOr 11. WILLCOX, Trustee.
it i-, ? i. ?.s I'A n: a?; K y in.
FINE LOTS FDR SALE
FBIOE FROM S100 To *7.0 BAOH.
Terru< - Om -third cash, balauoa in 1 and J
years w.th ?*. per cent, interest.
H. L. PAGE & CO.,
Hole Ageuta, No. 16 liauk street.
Tills perfect, Norfolk, Va.
H. C HDDDarfl & CD.r
126 MAIN STREET.
j HUNK No. 71 J.
FOB RENT Higliliiud, it Kelly. 1?
Wood. 73 Charlotte 7ni < Tiajiol. 103, h05, 401
and uu iiigiii.ui i, 'j iiud id Baxter, 126 Wil
ioiigliliy. l- niid i. i Kuriiiiidn ret)', eight
rooms, rlS month; i ! Urencr,UOChapel,
liy < imp'i -licet, two stores tornor of
Eighth an < 'ii .iiv streets, Ii rslav.
KOK SALB?Ni ?? house on Willoughby,
two on I'ark. one on iiibbs four on High?
luud. throe on Itesorvoir, one on TnnstaU,
two 0U 1 ulklaud. two on l.ovitt. one on ' lav.
Nico lots on Freemason, llonsli, Ibirtiuontli,
Corjirow. Mar-ball, Highland, Park, Kelly
nuil Clbbs nlso several ni.'o farms for
Meek, grain or trnckiug, on easy term-!
W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
90 BANK STREET, PllONB Wi.
RESIDENCE*! -new Houses. Ohenl.
Ill, Douslistreet;all im i in liupi .? in^ote.
;u au i SO MariUHi street, ii ttblaldi itrset,
Mi Walke itreat,'
031 Lorittaveuue 401 Park avenue,
Sjuit-oi .o? ? I iue well street.
r. Ilortiiuda street, ? IIi n stieet.
1J t .mil mho.I -itei'l, pi Mutiu i ittsil.
ill i li... ? r?, t. . i luriuer street,
Plata?IIS HstiiL tuest, IG- Ma u.
Ilit.11-Si Main ?trect.
Siorm 77 llank si reel, I 9 Main .treat
La?? store opposite Ferry Wharf
IO.'. I I Pluiu ! a reel
I,ai ge ?i?iro i oinnieri ,? -I ? t near M 'in.
189 ? ;< I WatrrstreM .2 Cintri b streak.
SEOO !*? i wliarl for real cheap,
j 4 v\ arehousrs fun Is' ?nun.
A Triumph of Realistic Art
I A picture coininani
cui und popular, I. uu
3? Commercial Place.
t rein semallon ol lbs nude funu in the hlghesk
l,erle<tl a. yet so Idcalls I as to put to flight eterf
hit ml re sugce?tlon.
Proctain e l in have no eiiual.
BE AI III I I i ? KAM i : MACS'I I'll I NT I Ike
uui ? o . 11 a i liiinui .on-,
?l'lie Pres? I \'AM.MOl'8 IN ITS PRAISES,
?i IIB PI IILH I.I ST IN AIIMIRA i l"N.
ii.i Hie hlflifst ti^tiuionlala to ibeartistic
erilof thephliirc Is the fael that during tin- pa>>
Ii. i days oier
3,000 Ladies and Gentlemen
have -?<? mi unproved ..i tin- VARVKLOCS
LADIES' MATINEE TO-DAY,
SPlCiH R[?PIliJ? SU LADIES OHLY.
I At ti.e reqiitst of .i number of Inlhitntl d i s' lorpi.
to hare a distinct time nctaparl io UJlestoview
Sn. loirou-ky - su|ierh puliiline uu Hiausctliiont
beii to aunounte a luntlnei I'O-OAY he
is. een the hours m -' uui *i p. in, im that pus?
0:1 EXHIBITION DAILY FROM 9 n. in. 1010 P. IS.
Admission 2S Cento.
SAM W. SMALL,
/XXTORIMCV AT LA W.
No. 8 Bill Street,
NORFOLK, .... VIRGINIA.
Mr. Small ?dl praetice in the courts of
the >tato und ol tno United st.itos
Irv/in's Twin City Kxpress?
W. T, IRWIN & CO.. PRCPRIETORS.
OFFICE?1081 WATER ST.. NOIlKOI.lt, VA.
Ample faeilillos for hauling anything to
ntui from anywhere In thotliren itios. iol>
l iiono No. U. (barges reasonable.
_ l!. M. WOOI.I.EY. M.Ik.
'Otli^o, Iviyi ViKUvhaU at., AW tu. If* ilasi