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1 The City's History Fully Detailed
In Abbreviated Items.
ODD FELLOWS' ANNIVERSARY.
Fined For Assault. Junior Baseball
j Games. The Blues' Resolutions.
For Commonwealth's Attorney
of Princess Anne. Old
Fair weather to day.
Mr. W. D. Tillar, of Emp?rt?, Vn.,
it iu the city.
Mr. T, P. Williamson hits tcttuued
from Tratt's Institute, brooklyu.
Dr. Laey preached ot tuu First
PresbyteriBti Church last night.
H. "Munden, for assaulting W. A.
Hudgicp, was yesterday linod 312.25,
Dr. lt. 1" MeFarlaiid aud Mrs. Mo
Farlnud, ot Woodhaveo, L. J.. arrived
To day will bo tho seventy-sixth an?
niversary of Odd Fellowship, It will
be appropriately observed.
The "Old Maids' Convention" for
henc-Qt of tbe Retreat lor iho Siek
takes place to-night at the V. M. 0. A,
Tho "Victore" defeated the "Wall
Pitchers" by a score of 15 to '20. flat?
teries?Corden, Doty and Hardy;
Payue, Truxton ami baker.
W.?. Freed, of Harris' Nickel I'htte
Show, is iu the city, making arrange
mcuts for the appearance hero on the
3d aud 4th of May of that show.
Matlie Strickland and 1211a I'eterson,
both colored, were arrested yesterday
by Detective Richardson on tho charge
of keeping houses ol ill repute.
Mr. Charles Phillips und Mrs. Phil
[ lips, formerly Mies Nannie UIusb, both
of Richmond, who moid married there
Wednesday, ore spending then- honey?
moon iu Norfolk.
The Little Kock? defeated ycatorday
tbe Heavy Sluggt r j by n score of '.? to
4, and stopped ut tho sixth inning.
Home ruue ? Montague, Kevill and
Loughran. Three base hit?Human
Mrs. I'uttio H. Burton hns issued
cards to the marriage of be,r daughter,
Mies Lcua Qarrieou Burton, to Mr.
John Archibald McUrtttb, thu oere
mouy to taue place ot S o'clock '1 ues
dBy evening, April L10, 181)5, at No, 24
Theresolutions adopted by the Nor?
folk Light Artillery blue!*, expressing
their appreciation oi tuu attent'ou
ahown theui by the Washiugtuti artil?
lery at New Orleuus, have buou most
beautifully eugroesed in ink und bronze
bv Mr. Charles A. Bruce,
*Mr. B. 1). White, of Wool & White,
a young attorney, residing in Princess
Aunocounty, will ho a candidate lor
Commonwealth's Attorney before the
Dumoerutio Convention ot ihat county,
which convenes Monday next at the
A deed was recorded yesterday trans?
ferring from E. Chambers Smith to
Mary O. Smith, both of Wake county.
N. C, a half iuterest in u lot and im?
provements on the eolith eitle of Wood
street, Norfolk. Cnnsideration, S1.S00.
Veunette F. Pelletran, the Brooklyu
capitalist ami loan broker, left last
night for New Votk. Ills visit to
Norfolk was in the interest of .lohn E.
HofTmier, tbe millionaire shipbuilder,
of New York, who holds reul estate
interest.- in Virginia. "
The Men Made Fine Appearance and
Tho battalion drill nt tho armory lsst
night, wiih witnessed by about 800 | er
eons. The men tnude a good appear
ance and drilled well. Tbete were 125
iu line with Muj. Geo. W, L'ttylor iu
command. Noriolk City Quart!, Capt.
Tarrell; Leo Kitles, Capt. Higgins;
."lackson Light infantry, Capt. Mllllins.
The fourth company, made up of men
lrom tbe regular organizations wiu
commanded by Lieut, tialomonsky.
After drilling the bnttnbou n while
Major Taylor retired und turned the
command over to t upturn Mllllins, of
the Juok.M.n Light Infantry, und
Lieutenant Wnssimi took churgu of the
company. Col, Nasti says that the
battalion drilis have been very neneti
cial aud that all of the companies show
marked improvement, ilaueing follon
ed the drill.
tilt rut <i itlutiuri*.
Capt. Millor, of the tug Waller A.
Luckeubuck, arrived her? yesterday
from New York and reported passing a
lot of wreckage apparently iu iho
water n short time. Winter Quarter
Ligldsbip bore west ahont nx miles.
Captain (ubson, of t:,> Ih.tisli
steamship Kinloob, from Peosacola to
. Norfolk, reports passing Wednesday
morning n large vessel ou lire north
west of Hatteras thirty nines, The
Kimlock steamed olosu around tbe
vessel, hut saw uu signs of lite or boats
Capt. Wbittiogham, of the British
steamehiti lb okolirf, reports that ou
April 24tb, 10:15 o. m., lutittide 31.25
K? longitude 70 \V? passed a vessel of
?bout 500 tons btirtheu, bottom up,
brokon spars Moating along ,-idc, Could
Dot ascertain vessel's name nud saw no
signs of life.
"Look for f rank ll. C-iileV mid."
Remember us when buying your
spring suit, pur excellence in lit and
workmanship. Nichols ,tWallace, Iii.?
& Main street.
See our lino of Matihattuu negligee
shirts, they are second to none.
Nichols A Wallace, ]?' > Mn.n street.
Mr, L. L. Bnlisoly, foriui rly with
Law ,V Jacobs, Portsmouth, \u.. can
now be found nt 1 he Hub. rlothiers
aud gonls'furnishers, 207 and 20d Main
street, Norfolk, Va. no.'.; lw
Children's* laut idack huso li'c. a pair,
hize 5 to 0), today und to-morrow ut
the "Hub." s>n2f>2t i
THE BUSINESS OUTLOOK
In South Carolina and This Vicinity.
C :tton Acreage.
l>r. Jobn A. Vand, n prominent res
dent ol liidgeway, s. C.. was setu yes?
terday by n VlltoiMAN reporter uud
was told that business in South Garo
liua wns piokiog up >n nil kinds of tntdo
and tlio prospects for a good seusou uro
bright. Limiting operations uro about
ten days bebiudi 'lbo cotton aoreego
would bo lroin 1G to 'J? per cent, le-s
than last year. Cotton in Piedmont
belt is selling ?t toe per pound. Tlio
small glum crop is almost entirely
ruined, In tpeakiug ol Norfolk and
ibis vicinity l>r. Vauu vrns loud in Ins
praises of the progressiveneBS of Nor?
folk nnd thinks tuet during tbo next
tivo years she wiil make more headway
than iu the past ton. Ho visits Nor?
folk every j oin nnd is in n better posi?
tion to uoto improvements than n resi?
A PronilalltK iiuilunli lor n Hood
Neuawii in in.- Willie Mitiiluir.
Mr. Tims. .1. Qloval i,-ives us the in?
formation Unit he has every reason to
anticipate a brilliant seusou at the
"White" this year, Mr. Olovor withes
it understood that notwithstanding tho
improvements lieiug made nnd tlio
efforts he will make to have everything
Urst class and lip to date, there will bo
no advance iu prices. Tho same prices
us givaTi uudci tbn former management
will pruvail this season. Among the
uew features et entertainment for tho \
coming bouboii ore au increased mini- ?
ber of competeut musioians, new golf
liuks nnd tennis courts. Tuo "White"
will open June. 15th, Correspondence
us to lernis, locations, etc, addresSod
to Messrs, Knbuuk >v t Hover, proprio
tors, Whito.Sulphur Springs, SV. Vu,,
will receive prompt attculiou.
S'niieriil ol <:ra, i nrr. 11,
Tbo fuueral of Airs Ann Ferren look
place at St. Mary's ( iitholic Church
yesterday at IU o'clock und uns largely
attended. Tlio interment Was ill St,
Mary's Cemetery. Tho pall bearers :
were James O'Kourke, Matt bow Uugau,
Wm, Hurt, Itiobard Fogarty, M. Ulan
mm. Thomas Murray, Win. Uaunaii
and Thomas Kovill. The deceased was
8-1 years of ago, and leaves four chil?
dren, James Fitrrdu. Mi-i Lizzie l'nr
ren, Mrs. Moon, ol Petersburg, uud
Mis, l'uckcr, of Atlanta.
FUN ER At. ol' MISS, ColFMAN.
The funeral of Mrs. Eliza J, ('oft'
mau, widow ui ibo late A. .1. Coffmnn,
took place from Queen Street Meth?
odist Cbureli und was conducted by
Lev. .1. Ii. Merrill. Tho interment
was iu kilmwood Cemetery,
"Tni: Ism: of Ciiamvaonk,"?The
opening ol Ibe box ofllue nt thu Acad?
emy of Music yesterday morning lor
the advance sale of aonta (or the Sea
brooks 1'i era Company, which appears
there uoxlMonday, tbo 2'Jtb, bus met
with a bearty response ou tlio purt ol
all lovers of bright mid sparkling mil
sic. uud demonstrates that thorn is on
iucreu8cd popularity for " 1 ho Islo of
This is tlio last performance of the
theatrical season iu Norlolk, uud no
belter attraction could have been
chosen to und a very successful season,
ktlnrrtvil in WMaliiititliiii.
Mr. William H. ('allubuu, n well
known young oitizeu of .Norfolk, sou
of Mr. .lohn Callahau, general mana?
ger of tlie Norlolk aud Washington
Stoamboal Company, was married iu
Wasbiuglou SVeduesday afternoon to
Miss Agnes Buckley, u pnpulur young
lady of tbat city. 'Tbo nupitnls wore
11 lemnized by llov, Father O'Conuell
at St. Stephen's Catholic Churcb. They
uro now making u tour of tho North
and \t;ll return to Norfolk uud reside
with Mr. nnd Mid. D. ,1, Cullubau, ou
? Ii.- tviali lirntilied.
\ on have often wished for something
to take tlio place of pills. Now try u
?J? cent pack ago of Simmons Liver
Regulator, powder. Take it dry, on
Ibe leugne, or make it into a tea. it
is pleasant to take, and givo-i iiuiok
relief?two good recommendations.
Cainpti ill's- Kavier OMnrllis .
All ordering ono do/en cabinets at
?8 will be presented with one of uiy
carbon sristos with handsome mit
(lame. ThiN oflor is only (or lauster
week. 17J Main street.
l imn:ni ilium*.
Tho jewelry and wstcll ropniriiig os
Inblishment formerly kept by Mr. 11,
I 1 . Maxim, at No. 171 Mam street, lots
changed bands. Mr, George I?. Chase
succeeding bim. Mr, Chose will make
a specially of repniriug uud will keep
on baud a full supply of jewelry,
watches, olocks, musical iustrumeuts,
striugs, etc. He will also give special
ulteiitiuii to works tor thu trade.
Campbell's Luster olioliiij.-.
Buttermilk nnd toe t ream at Mac's.
Buttermilk und Ice Cream, a: Mao's,
"r\v MtrillU lUi s-l oi.il?.
Lovely styles, popular prices.
Wright's, 19(1 Main streit.
If you want wntebos, clocks, jowoiry
or silverworo call on Browu & Wolf,
successors to S, It; Smith, 11 Lutik
ICllllctl It let' It in. I. <i.
Fivelhonsaud bushels, highest mar?
ket pneo. ll. E, Owen, 270, '?577,
We bsve a lorcenseorimeutof Scotch
eiiitin-i? tlutt are very stylish for
spring. Nichols .v. Wallace, HJU Mum
Mr, W, II. Andrews, formerly with |
Wigintoo & Boll, can now be (oiiiul tit
Tbo Hun. olotbiers uud gents' furnish, j
ere, 2?7 and 207 Main street. Norfolk, I
N a, it p28 i w
Try .Murray's dinners uud breakfasts
BOo, each. They are tlio beat in the ,
titate; Ch4 iiouuoko avcuue, j
Will Adopt Regulations for the
RESIDENTS ORDERED TO MOVE
Capt. Bolton Presided Yesterday.
Officer Eastwood to be Reimburs?
ed. The Officers Want Recrea?
tion. Giv.n Sjveri Days
The board ol Police Commissioner!
held a meeting yesterday afternoon.
I n liio iibueuue of .Mayor Tottit Capt.
Holtou presided, a resolution was
adopted grantiug soveu days' leave of
absanco to each officer with pay. Only
two ullloerscan be absent at tho time.
Detective Eastwood asked that .-<10
bo refunded hnu, which wus used iu
detecting violations ol tbe law. The
Commissioners approved the request
and directed tbe Mayor to pay tho
aim.mit out of any fuuds that might be
iu his hands.
I bo police were directed to capture
any dogs ruuoing ut large in violatiou
Tbe secretary was directed to get
together ad important resolutions
adopted by tho Hoard tor thu
government of the force, ami report
them to tho next meeting, whou it is
proposed to commence formulating new
rules for the force.
a communication was received from
thu Chief saving be bad notified cer?
tain potsouH residing ou Chapel and
Cove btreeis to seek residences els'e
'Iho Chief was directed to notify tho
hucksters m tbe market thut the police
uflioer heretofore on duty there would
be withdrawn ou Sunday, and tiiat
they would have to employ a man to
protect their property.
It was decided to hereafter hold semi?
The famous aud much talked of
"Nana," tbe mastorpieoe of the great
Russian artist. Suohorowtky, is still
attracting great crowds to Hit Cummer- !
end Place, where the picture is being
exhibited, It would be impossible to
add anything to tho pruieo that ha?
boeti bestowed upon tins wonderful
painting wherever it has been ex?
hibited, but it is perfectly sate to say
thai no ouo ever gazed upon it without
being astouished ot its exquisite beauty
aud realism. I'.veti to ouo who hub
seen some of tbu best works of urt to
bo seeu iu Huh ouuutry, "Nuno" comes
like u revelation in the realistic school,
It is not merely tbe nude figure, but
the surroundings, aud thu picture as a
wholo that impress ouo with tbe sense
ot realism, Tbo silk draperies seem to
bland out ill rich fohle that could be
crushed ami tlutteuud with a touch,
while Ihu round curves oT Iho exquiste
ly moulded form seem to stubbornly
deny that they uro mere shadows of
daiuty coloring deftly wrought out by
a master baud upon the tiut onuvas,
Such streugth oombiued with exquisite
liuish und coloring cannot hut astonish
even die mos! experienced urt critic.
A regular '_'5c gentleman's hose, ouy
shade you want, grey, black, tun,
mixed, while blue, fancy or mode, 2
pair lor "J?o to-day uud to morrow
only, ut The "Hub." 2t
I amp < \ [?lu?|Oii.l .
The alarm of lire turned iu last cignt
at V2 o'cluck from box oM was caused
by a lump explosion iu a house occtl
pied by negroes ou Smith street near
Nicholson. Damage slight.
lit Choice of auy ol our 7;io., ?1,00,
SI.'25 neckwear only t'.'e. to-day and to?
morrow ul tho "Hub." ap2(j-2t
IliolliL-r it u 11 : etil in.
A number of amateur baseball tennis
are being organized. I ho latest wiil
he known us tbe Stars and lu composed
ot (l.o following: 12 Ivnott, catcher; H
Trower,pitcher;J t Uloxson,shortstop;
C S Hosier, lirst base; Wm boiler,
second base: I. d Messiek, third base;
.1 I,tick, left field: (i Ashtoo, center
held: K Fitchett, right Held. Will play
auy amateur team in Norfolk, triad
stone. Cycle Club and Virginia Hu>o
ball Club preferred.
I (Gent lemon's percale shirts, worth SI,
for 58c. to day und to-morrow at fbe
A l.n ni .limit Mild, Ilm n i .-iv Mill
Remainder of the special bargains
adveiused in Sunday's paper will at
same bargain prices. Lace curtains,
curtain poles. Smyrna rugs, also dress
goods, linings and trimmings, bilks,
19c., 'J'.'e., Iflc, yard, Spocial prices
this week on cottons, cambrics, ludiu
lawns, sheetings, embroideries, lace-J,
ohenillo table covers, gloves und
hosiery. II cadqtiarlors for men's
?Iuris of every description. Levy
Pros., 1 7-t Main street.
c iieoiirnce Uiiuiu liidiistrloa.
Spend your mooey where you make
it, which self interest, if uu more pa
triotio motive, shod Id prompt, and buy
everything you can at home. Messrs,
Greonwood & Uro., carry a large line of
watches, diaoiouds and silverware, etc.,
and guarauleo quality und style bb
good und prices us low, if not lower,
than any outside of Norfolk, North or
eisen here. Constant accessions being
Messrs. lioruce s?. Peed aud ,1ns.
M. Jordan have formed a co partner,
ship under the firm name of 1'. M.
Tend a Son, to conduct tbe ship
chandlery aud ship supply business,
bi Water street aud Roanoke uve
t ?einher Ist, 1804. seflO.au.tu tf
Campbell's Kastei oib-nug.
Gents' 25c. silk garters, ?oatou style,
to day and tomorrow for Uc. at Ihn
"Hub." ap23 2t
75c tuspcuder to day uud to-morrow
at the "Hub" for 27o, ap^?-2t
I.nrjtl llrtroriilouiriil Kinn.
[ron'24 hours knmno 8 O'cLock last sioht.]
v. h. dkpabt3ikxt b> AOS}! i lt?bk, )
VYrMMI.ll BUMKAUj '?.
Local Ofllco, t'oiiaon UuUdtng,
NoRrol?, Ya., Apr.i ?&, ISDj, J
Maximum temperature_. . HI
Minimum leoiporatuie. .... 07
Norm .1 temporalere deducted from 20
years' ni?>orv.itiou. r,9
Departure from normal. .1 IubU
Accumulated departure for thr- mouth plusSil
Ai ouuiuiatc i dapaitnre siuoe Jan. l ?'ill
Precipitation, in inches.... -U
lota! irecipitntion eiuco 1st ol tuo
month. 2 CO
J. J, Gray, on?ervor.
uiu i iiia; iii.i'oni.
1 orcrnst for 'So-ilar.
WaIUIKGTOK, I?. C. Apr.) 26, U95.
-i l\.r Vlrgtu a lucri isln< ckradiiwa*
natu t wtt.li tbuwen FrlJ vcvenlug vr nl^ht:
RAIN Looter mi ?'.>k ?lud*.
J l . i North Cariltna: - ewers; colter lu
thetutciiur: ?....ai-l. ?>
Mini hi k> Al.vanac?Sun ri?
i.l5. tltfth water, S:llS and 10:01 i
1:0J and . ...0 p. in.
Captain vTbittiughaiu. of tho I'rilisb
stcaiuabip Itockcliir, from Pemaudiua
to Stettin, arrived born yesterday au.i
rt'tmrtu passing at 10:10 o'clock Weal*
nesday moruiug in Int. 31.25 2s.. long.
70 W., a vessel of about 500 tons bur?
den, bott.-.m up, with tbo broken t-imrH
Uoatiug alougaide, Captaiu SVhittiug
tiaui conk) nut ascertain her nnuio uud
saw uo signs of life.
hoi ?uiilo.ii Uta ?'lty.
Mrs. James v. Parker bus brought
suit in the Court of Luw and Cliaueery
against the city tor 85,000 damages fur
injuries received in lulling over uu ob?
struction in YYitverly street. Messrs.
Neoly, Scldner and Warriugtou und
Warren A Lane are counsel for Mrs,
Parkt r. Messrs. Shelton aud JJrooko
will represent the city.
EQf?S i iio ?m?ui iiiiiat" in niuiii
The young lod'os who will take part
in tbo ??Old .Manls' Conveutiou" had a
very satisfactory rehearsal In-d night,
ami expect their entertainment ii
uightattbo V. M. O, A. to be o great
success, Tbo proceeds will go to tbo
Ketrcul for the Sick.
Oontlbmiiu's all wool su tutors, any
shade you want, worth S3, lor $1.89 to?
day and to morrow only, ut The
11 uu. 2t
L, Weslhoimor, LU t bitrnh streot,
announces by advertisement elsewberi
a number of bargains in summer dress
goods, such us percales, Irish lawus,
dimity, ginghams, India linen, striped
and checked muslin ut prices lower
than the lowest, Ho also carries in
stock it full line of gents' furnishing
A strictly nil wool child's ntiit, A to 15
yesro, worth 83.75, for 81.08 to-day
niut to morrow at the ??Huh." ap2(l \ii
o n*. -<av-??-*5*>-se. <os> -v> -i^ o
r GREAT DAYS ^
f^ For Specials i J
Ifriday knd smurdby's trrbe:|
$ l're-h Oountrv l'u'?i, nor dozen, &
) u- a
q Lirge ip ndsOme liaunnft^, per q
$ Star Lohgtor, per ? an, 2 'c. v
$ <:Oii iiiio Smith' .1 I i!ams, (two
^ yeat old) per p?hiiil, 17c. ^
i i n i I New Vork Mate Butter, per A
9 pound, 20c. 9
9 - 9
9 H. CLAY PICKE TT, t
^F'ANCY R ETAIL GROCER^
? INIo. tVlsartcsBt Place. A
a THOSE 755. (b i t deli vcroJ free. a
ome PfTtlCE house.
Kin < : s a >VKJ"4.
Wc arc showing the largest
ami most complete line o!
Kid Gloves .? have ever
shown. Wc i in give \ uu
?any size and the best Glove
ever bought for tlie money.
Look at <>. r leaders in
blacks and col rsat$i. They
will give you perfect satisfac?
Our Mot to- Low Prices.
?*?}?* M-iVirvj STREET
Under Cue A nd of Mus o.
WHISKIES. CHA?i8, GLARETS, B?
DIES, KADEIRAS. SHERRIES,
oiiiin lists; fiiso. FRtHM mmi, coawfis. sc.
AC I NT FOII -
POLAND MINERAL WATER,
And Iii stock otlioi M neial nter?. by
tin- i iti rel oi ?ailOu.
4 Cranby Street, - Norfolk, Va
Goodness "Gracious I" What "We
ally Wemarkable" Values 11
Evorybodv is going to TUE
II I' 15 for these. $10 WHIP
OOHD CHEVIOT SUITS?
even tho "dudes" enn't resist
thu tempting hnrguius-. I'.t.t
tlieso Suits hi ? not mado for
dntles alone -they are mmlu
for tho Masses too?und made
lo save money for everybody.
THE HUB is for the people,
of tiie people and with tho peo?
ple nil tho tune. Yon cannot
go to THE HUB too quick for
these WIlirroi'.D 0UEV1OT
Si'I IS if you want to got SIS
to ?25 garments for :?lo. They
ure made right iu THE HUB'S
own Clothing Factory nt Bal?
timore?mado of tho s'ery liest
imported fabrics cut and fin?
ished with tbe very best work?
manship?equal throughout to
tho most expensive mu.io to
ordor Suit"?and models of
perfection in otery way. No
mutter whether you uru tall or
short, stout or lean, or regular
built, vou'll get u perfect tit,
for THH Hl II is celebrated
lor its perfect fitting, reliable
L. MK OLIVER k CO..
Ill MAIN B'fltEET.
? IN ?
DRY GOODS !
just received, a new line
(if I Mess Goods, pretty ef?
fects, at loc, worth 12Ac
Double width Plaid Dress
Goods 11t Sc, very cheap.
Creton, in 1 to 10 yard
lengths, at 5c a yard, worth
White Goo is. in stripes and
plaids, at 5c a yard, worth 7 c.
Lawns anil Dress Calicoes,
in 1 to i<> yard lengths, at 3c;
Shirting Calicoes, at 3c; Un
bleached Cotton, at 3c, and
many other bargains which
wc cannot specify in this
I VS. WElliNiLBEIRG,
252 CHURCH STREET.
UP TO DATE,
IN STIFF AND SOFT- -
C/\I_U AND SEE TMfZfVl
Walter J. Simmons & Co..
177 MAIS ST KK KT.
tsTLOWEST Pi;11 r.s.
3ust 1 rriveil. a Iure?- i n 1 complete atoek
nt spi me goo it ill I'nii i ml black for Ladies
Mudilcutlcuu.ua marked down prices ut
M. J. MADDEN,
m mm mw, klsrly opp?siu m vm
LARGEST STOCK ! GREATEST VARIETY !
An Absolute Saving on Every Pair of Shoes.
imivis. ivrE>i3iUivr. cheap,
Everything cocceivenblo in the way of Footwear carried in our .Mammoth E?
labliHbineut. ON E LOW 1'lilCE TO ALL.
$ Child's Genuine Dongola But- $
^ ton Shoes in Tan or Black, 7."o. |i
*>Q*>4>Q 4>OQQ O 9 90 ?? ?*?<><>?$
<> Ladies' Genuine Dongola Lint- ^
g ton Hoot, every pair warranted to x
$> wear well, v
I $1.50. I
1 $2.00 %
<* Buys n pair of our Fine Ton or $
2 Hlaek Ladies' Kid Button Boots. ?
$ Ladies' Oxford Ties. $
Cbildron Strap Sandals, Tan or
<> Boy's Solid Leather Shoes, heol ?
or spriug heels, Ton or Black
50c, 75o, ?2.
5 Men's Calf, Lnoo or Congress J
<? must wear or wc givo new pair in <>
I $3.00 Trilby Shape. |
v They ore all Kreuch Kid and as K>
<p ?uo as money will buy, ^
x At this pries onr Ladies' Kszoi
<? Too Hand-Sowed Button In Tan
V or lllnek are equal to any S5
& Ladies' Oxford Ties
I $1.25, ^l.sO, $2.00.
$ $3.00 i
rntcnt Leather or Tun
Shoes on all the new shape toe., a
??0?? O???SC-??**?? CO**&????
1 Our $5.00 Line. J
^ Men's Patent Calf or Russist
J> Calf are r.s g 101] as aDy in Nor
<j folk at any price.
, ii 220 lligli Si, runsi
E SLEEPETH NOT !""
?NEITHER ??T11 THE GRASS GROW UNDER
OUR FEET "
We Are Alive
Wc Know What
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Ramblers, Spaldings, Crescents!
"Away ahasil of anything on the market."' Bold for cash or easy terms. Special
Sontheiu AKeuts for A. O. Bpaldiug Pros.' Athlatlu ;<u I Sportsman's supplies. Dealers
uu(t clutii invited to call ana .ouru our pricoi,
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OLD GOLD REFINERS AMD ASSAYERS i
WE PAY TEE HIGHEST CASH PRICE 10H OLD GOLD.
Ho not sacrifice any old co .! that yon may liave, but ?rlf.> to en'.l on you nh l ?iv?
you our 1 lie. a We recelvo old gold from any part of the Uuito I State*, and 11 amount
alii.weil iii not satisfactory we pay expros* chare,'.-, both ways uud roturu pacwu^e iu -nui?
eon..it.uii ai received.
S. Bach-racla & Bro.,
KS<? Cliurch Street.
What We Cisirn.
We cla 111 that onr stock of MHN'fl BOYS' nn I OlUIiDtlEN'tf Of.OTfflKQ
U unsurpassed - to STXt.K, yU ALI 1 V aiid I 1..1T. mo think n Call will eu.i
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lion t Inrget th? fuel that we a r st II !ica !?? nrjcr* for SW .KT. Olllt Ss
CO.'.S WOltKlNO PAN'ld and OVKltALLH. Lvcry pan warranted not toup.
*37 MAIN STAE&Y, SUU11I 8U>K.