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The Month's Work Completed Last
THE RESOLUTION PASSED
Councilman Mocre Gets a City Con
trscl. Improvements ot Cemetery.
Petition tor Industrial Home.
Iron Bridge Over Smith's
Crock. Other Matters.
The Bkljonruod mooting ot the Com?
mon Council was hold lust night, nth
President ltoper in tlieohuir. ?rillt the
following members proseut: Moore,
Sheldon, Walker, Arps, Leigb. l'eelle,
Jlauoiui, butuui, Camp, briokbonse,
A tielition was read from tho milch
dealers protesting against a tux ol l.">
cents per day on each wagou used by
theui in the delivery oi milk, us they
already pay an annual tax of S1U
upon each wagon.
.Mr. Borum said that when tho ordi?
nance was passed it wus not Known lhut
the milkmeu paid a tax on their
wagou* !te thought the tax ot 15
cents unjust and hoped that the ordi?
nance would be repealed.
Mr. Waiker thought the lax ol 810
per year was. light nud that I buy t-boiild
Mr. Borum replied that it wbs tho
sanio as tho umouul paid by all other
Mr. .Sheldon said the milk people
wete maktDg money; that thoy used
the streets anil should be required to
pay more than 510 per year.
'i'ho tloor was extended Judge Will
oox, who appeared as uttoruev lor tho
milk io? Ii. Ho did not believe all ol
them were making money, us u matter
of fact he knew that some of them were
not. They do not domre, said the
Judge, to avoid paying a proper tux,
but they object to beiug taxed twice.
Ko said tho measure was not enacted
for tho purpe.se ol making revenue,tint
to protect tue murkot dealers from tho
advantngts^eujoyed by truck raisers
who onmti to Norfolk (nun their farms
And sell their produce from wngons in
the strceis. He believed 811) u imr tu\.
Mr. Herman moved to lay over till
the next mooting, a.topics.
The Ordinnnco Committee reported
an amendment providing for tho te
iiumboriug of streets nun bouses at a
cost of S:i,??O. Of this amount 52,(100
shall be paid back into tho treasury by
the owners o( the houses numbered.
Mr. Sheldon moved to ioy over one
The Fire Commiiton reported uu
amendment to tho ordinance relating
tti the organization and control ol the
l*'iro Department, authorizing tho ap
pmntmeut of a greater number house
men, by reducing tho number of call
mi',n, no salaries to be iucroased, 1 hu
rifies wore sus| ended and the amend?
ment was passed,
The petitious of sundry persons np
proved by the eommittoe, to erect
frame houses, were grantod.
improvement Ol streets.
The Street, Sewer and Drain Com
mitleo submitted u report of the < ity
Engineer, advi-iug that resolutions of
expediency bo passed looking to the
paring o( lower church, Huku nud
Capt, ltoper addressed the Council,
saying that Church street was an old
street and tho fuot of the Miliare to ho
improved uns leased to the Old Do?
minion Steamship Company; that tho
improvements would he of no bonetil
to his property and he did not tint k
it just that ho should bo required to
pay for the mine, but that be would
Jio: stund in tho way of auv improve
ment. but would not commit himself
lib he knew the cost,
Mr. lierta.ui moved to rofer to tin
Finance Committee for report ut.d
estimate of cost, adopted,
A pctitiou was received from tho
Postal Telegraph Company asking the
privilege ol erecting poles on Chapel
street from Cove to tho city limits,
'The matter was discussed aud ilio peti?
tion granted at the discretion ot the
l or tho improvementsreoeutly made
to the Citv tin:. uns v ud to puv
The resolution appropriating S.10,000
lor a school house in tbv Fourth Ward
Wae laid on tho table.
Tho City Attorney was requested to
prepare the | npi-rs relating to the leuso
of the tobseoo warehouse property,
A petition trom lieorge SV. Lay lor &
Co., in regurd la erroneous taxes, was
referred to the finance Committee,
iron nnioi.i: SMITH cheek.
The Ctty Engineer by request sub?
mitted au estimate for the cost ol u
free iron br:.l^u over Smith < reek at
the beatl ol Graoby street. He named
$10,000 as the amount to bo required,
was referred to n special committee.
Petition from oitizena of Bramble
ton; asking that water pipe.-, be luul on
Windsor, High.and and cIhv avenues,
was granted nnd? im was appopriated
for the work.
Petitions from sundry persona to
build frame bouses, were referred to
tho Fire Committee,
A petition was read :trout n number
of ladio? asking that uti industrial home
be established, won relerred to the I i
A resolution was adopted instructing
the Cemetery i otnmtttoo to use the
money appropriated lor draining Elm
wood, without reterenco to the cuuu
petition por hotel.
A petition was ? received Irom the
proprietor of the Atlantic Hotel asking
that the hotel be exempt from the ro
eently pasatd liquoi ordinance, That
Iho bar bo left where it has heretofore
bsou located, was referred to tho Onli
The petition of tho JE, i. Acker Con
striiction Company to toy gas pipes
nud erect light polos in Brumhletou, ns
heretofore provided and published,was
An or.iiuanoo was read from tho
, Hoard ol Health defining thu duties of
1 the Kvgistor of. Vital Statistics, was to
ferrotl to the Ordinance Couimitoo.
A court allowauce iu favor of II. L?,
Worthiugton for $811) lor indexing
c mrt records was ordered to be pa d,
SPBCI \ U COLLECTOlt,
A resolution waB offered by Mr. 11 '-r -
muu authorizing the uppoiutmeut of a
spuetul collector of delinquent per
sonal luxe-, who shall bo allowed '-.">
I per cent, coinniission, was referred to
1 proper committee,
' A resolution was adopted appropri
ut in k $l?? to pave Williamson's lone.
.Mr. .Sheldon offered a resolution to
'< euqtiiro as to tho right of tbe city to
impose u lax ou thu City (Jos Light
un, nnicKitousa's iiesolution,
Mr. Briekhonse oilered the following
"Resolved, By tho Ci-mmuu ut-d Se
loot Councils ol tbe oity ol Norfolk,
that I . I'. Moore, chairman ot Public
Building t lorn mitt se bo iust ructed lo
superintend the repairs to tbe dome
ami roof of the City Hull aud
present Ins bill tor the same,"
Mr. Urickhouse tan! tnnt Mr. Moore
could not nll'ord to do tbe work without
Mr. Arpe said be had faith in Mr.
Moore's houesty, but ho did not tbiuk
the resolution whs iu proper form.
There should bo somo estimate ol the
I he resolution was adopted and tho
As soon us Chairman Uoper reached
tho floor he said lo Mr. Bnekhouse
'?you have pill your loot in it.
Tins will produce adverse oritictsm."
"Well, let it," said Mr. Briekhonse,
"I dou't care." and the discuseiou
In tho Police Court yesterday Jus
tieo Burroughs presiding:
L. Browusteiu, of the Mum street
dry goods bouse, Unit went into tho
bauds ol n trnsteo, was defendant in n
euse in wbieb ho was chergud with get?
ting under (also pretenses from Mr.
Martin L. Smith, attorney, a receipt
in lull for u jndgmout given in the
Court of Law and Chancery, It was
alleged thai in tins matter be guvo a
eheuk for S?8.80 ou fuuda that had no
existouce, the cheek being ou thu Lank
of Commerce. The cubo mos continued
ml this morning.
The oases of \Y. J. Oardoza and A.
C. Walker (Uptown Workiug Men's
i inb, Church street) and Win. Jones
and Wm. Puun, colorod [Kxobaugo
Club, Church street), charged with
keepiug disorderly houses, were bo
toro ttio Police Court yesterday and
Charles Wust, colored boy, rubbory
ut Mr. II. Clay I'lukett'e, Lute street;
coutintied, Gurtiold Weit, same charge;
Joseph Goodsou, robbery ol no ovcr
coHt valued at ?IU from Sidney Walters;
seut on to tin' grand jury. ( l'he ac?
cused uns recently sent on for tnul in
the Braithwiiitu i use.
liurtield West, colored boy, stealing
a poekelbook and $15 from tho store
of Mary L. Dews; continued.
Sundry minor cases were disposed
united states ? 'omit,
datnes MoFaddeu was arraigned
obarged with u refusal to do duty ou
board ship, was found guilty und
sentenced to one day iu jail und ono
cent tine. lie bus been in juil two
mouths awaiting trial.
Wm. T. Shelby, colored, assault on
mail carrier in Aocomao county, t liven
two years iu King's oouuty peniteu
i rollet ? ?r I'nri?.
( opt. .?, \V. MeCarriok will give bis
little daughter and tier triuuds h trolley
ear party to day, which will be thu
first thing of the kind ever giveu iu
this city. The car, which bus been
chartered for the oocasiou, will leave i
tho corner of Lute und I hike streets at
11 o'clock this morning, und alter goiug
around the oity will proceed to tbe now
park, where a May pole will be erected
for tho pleasure of thu little ladius.
i v r? ii ml s.-e ?in.
Do you want a pair of good specta?
cles lo suit your sight at a proper
price.' If so, consult C. P. Qreeuwood
?v Itro. ami if your aignt is abnormal ?
they will refer you to their specialist, |
bore every I'btirsday at "Ibe Caakot." i
Doil'l tie I hud to the tact that you can ?
buy at home at tins sterling iustitutiou
every thing iu tbe jewelry lino at bot?
tom priues and the bust watchmakers |
in this hroud land of ours, besides yon
have the assurance of getting exactly
what you are paying for. Consult
At Geb. L>. Cbace's, 171 Muiu street,
a full In.ii of watches, obaruie, chutus,
ete. We are on the wront; side ol th
Htreet, but the right side of prices,
Prompt attention given to all kiuds of
Buttermilk and fco Cream at Mac's
Ilavo you been to Goldman Ilof
henutr's, 100 Main street'.
For electric tans and ventilating fans
of nil kinds, address K, It. Cobb, No,
'21 Itoauoko avenue, Norfolk, Va.
Try Murray's dinners nud breakfasts
DOc. cacti. 'J'hey are the best iu tho
Utatej B-J Boanoke avenue.
ii..) i ifiivi
Twenty eara of choice i'imitby and.
mixed buy on track. Must be sold. D.
1'. lteid -'? Bro.
Our >;u rml
: only this week. One dozen cabinets
und lur?e portrait $ !. Campbell, 172
Dotter milk and Ice Cream at Mac's,
Children Cry for I
Any Woman Should Be Glad to
AND PROFIT BY IT . j
The Blight That Comes to So Many
Women Explained. A Way
by Which it Can be
No woman in America baa given
greater attention to the ailments and
sufferings oi women thut Mary LoWO
Diokiusou, the popular writer and
maga/.iue contributor. She has fre?
quently uttered words of warning am)
advice to women, but never with so im
j pressivo sn elfeol ae in a recent aiidrecs,
when he Haul .
j "Without health tho bonulilul woman
ceases to be beatitilul, unit education
und training nru of little avail if ebo
has 10 i ass her life n helpless victim of
srokuobs and weakness. We do not
know ball the truth about this, for
tbree-fonrtba of tho sufferers do not
hko to tell. I or every hysterical wo
man who makes everybody ubutit her
informed ol hei sufferings, there are a
do.en who drug thoir own troubles
dumbly uviil bravely mto their graves.
Sickness is n blight thut no woman
should permit to come over bur if she
can by any | ossihility euro it nr keep
it away. Mow to secure health is, in
iteed, one of tho first problems for this
geii'Tatioti of women, 'i iive us health !'
is tho ciy Irotu all tho world of women.
'< 1 ive us a u\ stem that will bpurc us, the
morbid brooding of discontent, the
hysterical tantrum, tho nervous col
lapso, tho look of gloom from the wells
of our eyes.' "
Every woman must admit the truth
of 11.0*0 words. Tbey uro spoken
straigbt from tho heart. There are
ih iiisauds upon thousands of women
who feol sick at certain periods, tired
out and sutler from weaknesses that
doctors seem uuatile to relievo, and
the laddeat pan of it is that they might
lie bappy, joyous, flush with health
and attractive to family and friends if
they only knew aud nctod upon the
secret of happiness. Most women are
healthy nud attractive because they
I preserve the orgaus that make health.
It is tine comparatively lew know how
this is done, but many have ascertained
it, ninl have relied as upon a true
friend on that grandest, greatest and
most reliable aid to women iu her criti?
cal periods, Warner's Sato Cure. Every
doctor knows this truth, nud hundreds
of tho most promitioiit and reliable
! ladies in America havo proven its value
iu their own experiences, and uro not
I alive, hut strong, heulthy and bnppy
I to day. There uro fow women who can
afford to ignore thtfle suggestions, few
who -hould tail to nvntl themselves ot
the valuable hints they coutaiu.
Mill.nil lor l.li vi i, lean.
Robert O, Ware, blacksmith, liarton
Heights, Henrico oouuty, has suffered
with a sore log lor eleven years and
used every roiuedy bo could Und with
apparently no results, lie has used
three bottles of Qtirata and pronounces
t the result wonderful. All psiu and
swelling gone and .-ores healing rapidly,
'1 he Ol.l lluliU < (invention.
The OKI Maids Convention was re
peuted ut the V. M. 0. A. last night
for the in until ot the W. C. T. L".
The atteudauce was good und tho on
tertuinmeut was miioh enjoyed. It
I will bo given in Berkley mi the 17th
for tho benelit of the I'resbytoriuu I
?? I III) I'llllll.irr."
This popular opora will ho gtvou
Tin.-day evening und Wednesday
maliuee, May Nth and 15th at tho
Academy ol Music for the benolit ot
tho Norfolk charities aud the Hebrew
I on I Milp in ,inI?.
Tiio shipments of coal from Lam
belt's Points for the week euiiiuK May
Otb, were: foreign, 2,787 ions; Coasi
wise. 12,000. I'otalj 14,787 tons.
Total from January lt?t, l?.'?, to date,
A Mi per b anil l nriviilcil tttinlitv ol
(.,.?,1. , 1,
is now ottered nt Burrows' Drug store.
A very char, light and beautiful color
in its drawiug quality, with a delight?
ful fragrance, unsurpassed by any lea
ever placed on the market. Ouly SOe
per ponud. Usual price SI. A trial
will surel) commend this choicest of ail
teas, betid tor sample.
I. n it ii ?? i ii| < Iirra* i. s nul Sllka
Now line capes, new dross goods r.t
new prices; new si ks, ninny at bull
price; orepou i-ilk worth gl, now fiOo,
bilk mull in nil shades, fill luchea wide,
only DOo, II. A. Sauuders.
lloil'l i in (fi t I in- VVecU'a ispecinl
See lust Sunday's Viiioinman for cut
price list. \\ kioiit's,
190 Main stteet
Havo yon been to Goldman Jfc Hof
beimer's, 100 Main street?
Buttermilk aud loe Cream ut Mac's,
t i.n-m Slrll.i
In the coal Uelde of Virginia, We are
also striking b ird at high prices, and
offering many very striking bargains.
The public uro fast learning tbey can
buy bargains from us, is proved by
the orowtis wiio visit our store daily,
Lowest prices on dress goods, linings,
trimmings, fast black ladies' and
children's seamless hose, lue a pair;
outing flannel skirts. 19c each; li, ami
(1. black saline corsets, worth $1, our
price ?9c, in I a great tunny other
stni.iug bargains at Levy Bros., 1M
Agents for the Libbey oat glass. Tbu
liueot cuttings lor ihu lowest price.
Chapman & .lukemuti.
fir Ii.% TM is H iii.i'iiicT,
I orccasl liir in-iinv.
WasIIIMOTO*. I?. ?'.. May 11,189?.
-1 For Virginia; Fair in esattro, ftiow
CAin l' r' " * Mem pjkrttoui coolarlo western
rAIW ||>ortioD; southerly winds, I in uring v.iri
j ? For North Carolina Fair in eastern,
showeri lo wepiern jjoiiiun; cooler Iu
r vii r:i iiniiun, s jullierly wu.Js. I i-uuiiug Tuna?
MtSIIATUSR Alvavac?Sou riiei, 5 1'3: lun ?>?'?.
9, High ?Mar. 10:75 and 13 11 a in ; low water,
5:09 aud 9 W |> in.
I.Ocul llririiriilvitii ul llulti.
[ion 21 SOURS I SUINU 8 O'CLOCK LAST M'jut.)
V. H. Li I'All IM r.st OV AOBICULTORB,
WkaTUKR duhkav, I,
Local Oilier. Jiotlsou Building, f
NouroLK, Va., imy 1U. 181*3, J
Maximum temperature. 8H
Minimum tenif ratuio.. . .. 65
Norm >l ti mper?turodedui lad from 20
yearn n 1 ei'vaiiou. 01
Departure from normal.p:us II
Ae u 1 ulatc 1 ilepai tu re for lire mouth 1 lu-> iu
Aeoumulatuil depaituro aiuoe Jan. 1 ?209
Precipitation, in lu.iius. 0
total |ireci|>itution muco Ut ot tho
month.. .. 3.16 j
J. j, Qu at. Observer.
Vi'W mill Iriiru larki'l.
Bt Southern Associated fret*.
Nr.\. 1'oitK, May lo. Slrawborries
in liberal supply, irregular iu quality
nud urgently otlerud when under prime.
Squash dull; radishes neglected.. As
purugus 111 large supply and pressed
(or sale at weak prices. (Ither vegota,
Idea met with n lair sale when priiuo.
straw berries, Norfolk, good to prime
< I n 14 r t, I5a20c; do North Carolina,
lauuy, ICalSo; dodo others, GalUe; do
Charleston, fancy, quait, LSa'J'Jo; do
do others, 8al?c; do Florida, good to
prime, lOa'iOc; do do others, ?a~c. As
paragus, extra, doxon bunches,
$lal.'25; do fair to good, -"'L'a
7?C. lleets, Florida, orate, Sin-;
do Charleston, 100 bunches, Sl.u'?!.
Cucumbers, Now Orleans, dozen, ?iie;
do, Florida, crato, $1.60a$2.50. Celery, j
New Orleans, do/en stalks, il5a?0o.
Lettuce, Norfolk, basket, UOaGOo; do,
bid, 7?a$l.25. l'eas, North Carolina, !
basket, $la$2; do, Charleston, basket,
50a31.?0; do. Norfolk, $2,50. liadishes,
Norfolk, bbl. 25a$l. String banns,
Florida wa\, 75a$1.50; do, do, green, 1
DOairOo. Squash, Florida, white, cruto.
lOaJOo; do, yellow, 20af>0o. I oiuatoos,
Florida, earner. $2,5Ue?4; do, Key
W est, do, Sla$2.u0; do, crato, 40a?0o.
Cabbages, Florida, bbl, $2af3: do.
Charleston, bbl crate, S2,75a$T; do,'
North Carolina, $2.?0a$2.7?. I
1'alninr A r nuc. U oomi Ion*.
Special Dispatch to the Virginiau.
New Vork, May 10.?Strawberries,
15oC?,20o; radishes, barrels, 50c@75c;
cabbage, S1.?0 ?? 52.00 lettuce, barrels,
I 7?c 91.25, basket?, 50c 75c.
Palmer a Fuot.
I* 11 l?l n it Ii on* It reel \ .-ii.
The Auen a.?The May uumber of the
Arena has been received from the L*ub
hsiier, Boston, Mnsj. Its contents em
brace"T\enati'n Life of Jesus,""A Poet
of the Northwest," "A Partial Solution
uf the Hallway Problem," "The
Clairoranco ol Mother Fanche,"
"Should Wur be Abolishod," "llntnan
Involution and the Fall," "Ihe 1'eoule's
Highway," "South Caro'.iua's state
Dispensary." I'.-ieo 50 cunts; per
I a a uu in $?.
Killed at <? ttutirrion.
A negro man named I'routico Cope
lautl, colored, an oiler at one of John
L, Koper'a lumber mills at Gihnertou
Locks, was iuttatitly killed yesterday
morning about S o'clock. T he man was
engaged at work and iu some way fell
from the steps of ? ladder on the fly
wheel uud was aanght 111 ibo bauds,
lite Hit: Sbosi (lull 111 a I
Geo. 11. llobinsou, general 0 onlracl
illg 0;;out of tho tireat Wallace Shows,
was in the city yeslordsy, arraugiug
for the lilK Shows which Mill exhibit
here May "?!. Mr. Hohinsou, who is
one of the oldosl und best known agents
in the circus business, having been
identified with thu largo shows ol the
country for twenty live years past, in?
forms Titk Vikii ma . that the expenses
of the Great Wallace shows run lrom
?3,400 to $1,000 ptr day.
Several cars en routi ; must be sold;
uluo some on true:, here. 11. L. Owens,
2l.~> Water street.
See our due ol Mauhuttun negligee
shirts, they are second L> none.
Nichols .v Wallace, It)'.) Ma n street.
Lf you waul watebes, clocks, jewelry
or silverware call ou Bmwu & Wolf,
successors to S, L, Smith, II Bunk
C1IKIIKY?At Norfolk College, on Frirlav
niglil at 10 oV o. k. rs. ii K.N \ VI T \
?itURUV. wi on i| the I itj A. II. Cherry.
1 . n.. a 11 ico litri al le r.
?MIWIJ MABBiP UifHrlH l\
li?iaiv KAftfibh WUftli.i 9
10, 113 and in, Bank St., |1
NOMFOLK, - . . VlllOINIA.Ay
Largo s'l k of 1 n.isin>t ft ' *lJ
hohhs r?d wmmm.
???lteady fur I MM I l)IA 11: I'l 1.1 V I.I; V
EXGURS10N (0 MM!
HONDAY, MAY 13th.
The Htcunrr City of Chester will leavj
Bay iuo bar:, root ol IILti street Ports
mo th at ! ?: Mliuti iu Uaiiv.llo wharf,
to^toi Water it i?m Norfolk. iite;30a. hl.,
M i.vDAay, the 1 tb I n
THE IIISTOKIO JAMEVTOWN ISLAND,
Tickets 91. Refreshments on bo it.
Sf\M W. SMALL,
ATTORN tY AT W.
No. S tin t. STar.RT,
NORFOLK, .... VIRQfNfA.
Mr. Small will practice In tbo Couru of
iau .State aud ol li.o Uuitud butes.
tubutb ''Stirring" up
While the "Kids" are Stir?
ling up the Soup" at home
'IT IE HUB is stirring up
the whole city with those su?
perb $10 WHIPCORD
CHEVIOT SUITS. You
can't -stir" three steps from
home, or stand on the street
corner two minutes, but nine
out of every ten men who
pass bv are wearing one of
these line buits. All Norfolk
is singing the praises of these
grand money-saving offerings
?amazing as they are in un
derprices.so are thev amazing
in superiority over any SiSto
$^5 Suits ever offered. No
need now to go to a tailor to
uc stylishly diessed?THE
11 U li saves vou that expense
by quoting prices that are the
envy and despair of all other
houses in Norfolk?and you
can always get your money
back if vou're not satisfied,
207 and 209 Main St.
full SET OF TEETH,
Wl 11IOUT PLATES.
j Tho i lute is -jxi'H?d with; tho to. Hi j
I hold mur.. tlruiiy i, tho m ;..!? by ti.o.itis of j
rot d ? r. in. t vnu?bi|f''l?be ?lii-ut m ro- 1
moved ?suti.i .it.on If guaranteed in ovary
Dl".. \V. K DOI15ET,
:3 Baak stic.t. corner I'lutoa
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIM?
titil.H I II.1. si. A ; I . IAI.TV._
u n* -1? o ? r > r is
IS STYLE AND COLUll.
?ur New Spiing Hals!
si r. i n km.
? UOYa AND OJIH.DHKS'S SI HAW HATS.
Walter J. Simmons & Co.?
177 main sntiiiav
II ' m'sU a IT ik - )
l'lOKcn-BUL'iuMAN Camp. C v.,
Norfolk, Va? May mli 189*. I
I TTEXTION (OMKAIH:?.- VOl Alii: HEItl -
-? by rtqueottx U> in< a al I ho .aiui> Im I T
is.it id* I AKrEHNOoSul ?41 o'clock pro utly,
11 attend Ilia funeral of our late c. inraji-, C pt.
It. 1 r. i s .. \ aUUIIAM.
liv or.lo- of
WALTER A. EDWARDS,
T. li. JACKJOM, Couimai'd.r.
Owes.' UODOK No. 164. A. K. A .
Noaml.K. Va., May lutli, I
ASPECIAL COMMUNICATION OK OWENS
LOOGH Nu. im. ?III be beldal Misjnlo a
T?m .le THIS (Sa'tiidav) aI TI RNmmS. *\
Ulli In. tu I, at 11 .io o'clock, fo.' the l""-/i>\
lions Ol paying the hit-a I mint...:
?Met toourdeceaisil biotner, K. I'riakk Vaiwiiax.
A lull au.l punctual attendance earnestly rc
,.u. -i. !
Menu en. of Sister 1.0 be- mid all Masti r Masons
in good stun'iii g fraternally invite I to imte
l!y Order W. M.
S. r. MOORE
myll-lt Sf. r.'iin
a ihj?k iii:> ra
H. K "S. PI NAFORE,
ACADEMY OF" MUSIC,
Tuesday, May 14th, at 8:15.
Or.md Family Alatin.ee. WEDNKSDaY,
May i.Mh. ut 2 3 '. Csunl price ol ad is-i n.
Box ollkco upon Monday, Tuesday und \\ed
uosilay at U u. m, iuv'.m;
\."AN WiC'.-'S AfJXD1CMY (IK Ml SIC.
TH fits DAY. May ltith. Lecture and
concert mi lor tue mi-picei of tlio N. L.
blue-, by K i-Qov. ? TOB ' TAVI UK. of loti
.o "THE FIDDLE AND TUB HOW.
Con. ert by well known looai tuluut. A.iui i
liou, a.'i mid to. Ileserved Svais, 75<\ Sea'
on anlo Mouduy, 13tb. niylO-t tQ
SPECIALS I f*
Cun Coin. ) or san, Oe.
Dolewara Table Peache ?, p r can. 12e.
A llolnaa A Goutt'aFiva O'olock Tea, A
* per pound, 18l
Superb New Yet t Butter, par pound
( H. CLAY PICKETT,
iFANCY RECTA IL. grocera
A No. -Q- 3 tVl a rkot Place. a
A 'PHONE 765. Ooodi delivered free. A
?DEALER IN ?
DM. HADEIRA8. SHERRIES.
011? HUES; BISO. ??CH BRANDIES. CORDIALS, SC,
AOl-NT FOR ?
POLAND MINERAL WATER,
And in stork other Mineral Water?, by
tli. I in rol or t lUilou.
4 Granby Street, - Norfolk, Va
ONE PRICE HOUSE.
Fifteen pieces of T?n Tuffetta Waisl
and Dress Silk?, .special, 50c.
Twenty pieces of ?5o and SI Taflet?
Wuibt and Dress Silks, special, 75o,
All of our SI,25 Plisso Silks this week,
?15o and i'.to Colored Wool Dress
Goods, special, 21c.
All of our Frencb Dimitios, Battist?
aud Waab Choviots, 19c.
25c Japanese Drapery Crepes, now
25c fine French Scotch Ginghams,
KLDGLOVES i GLOVES, KD GLOVES
Our $2.19 long White Swedes Gloves,
Our 92.39 extra long White Swede
Gloves, now $1.50.
Our Motto-Low Prices.
J-i.*-4 MA1X STRI^ISTC
Under the Academy or Musio.
Buy Spring Lamb
J. S. BELL'S Jr., & CO.,
OOB. QUEEN AND CIIUBOH BTBEET8.
Also, nlll have a tine display of
PRIME BEEF. PORK. VEIL. SAME.
li.\OON, LAUD, ETC.
'Phone, 033. (.ioocts deiivtrud freo.
We Have Them in Nobby
BOY8 AND CHILDREN'S STRAW HAT*
C3PLOWE8T PRIOEB -gf
L. JHGK OLIVER & GO.,
HI MAIS STREET.
Juid nrrived, n large und comploto otocti
of spring ?oodi iu Tan and Black fur Ladies
and Ooutleiueu a uiurkod down prices at
M. J. MADDEN,
M CHURCH STREET- NEARLY OPPOSITE MOD SINEI
A WORD IN SEASON !
In thin day and generation (here is n wor t passing along tlis wlml.? lino
of trade thai lunst tin adhered to aud that w ird is "'.in": for it yon hesitate
ynn uro lust. Base and contentment ur<> things of Ihn past1?for a u tmbinutioe
of oirou in stances, havo thrown tb<i oouutry into a tinauuial nans dollars coma
slow?bard to earn ?aud wheii earned th v must do dntiblt' duty. Wo meek
the crisia by huuding j.ittr prices for RH LI AH!.!'. ' LOTHINtl anil I'l l;
N1SIIINUS without inisleadiiig yon or causing iium.siirv trouble??tut
gaining for ouroolvna the unenviable rcpntatiou of being i? "fake," OAHli,
tue Queen of nil exchanges ?tells the whole story m tint, sbiiightor of prios?
MEN'S SUITS. Bl 'V SU ITS.
Vrn s All W el nits. 610 <l-o- ? Flfi Bovs' Suit., it to I", b st
where o r rloe ... i ??tK.f ?Iiidos ami si los. ? 11. j (,?>
M ii I. .ug ? ut sack, all wool. i wh r Si, <> our i <? ~r.?"/0
finely tailors I. sni.i ? \o:y- 1 . ? t\i\ l'.>v- .-' ns <> r.i mi -.
Ith re as 416, our pt ice 1 -. ?v/t./ utile. ?.. I.I bo < ? a
: tu ? iu|iortcd ois ?'I S>iit-. | our , r.<;i>.
Htil.i lo-s \ i tin r'
II rnai:i- ? s . c? i to 't yen
Mb'N'S SHIRTS. ii l-'eoii suit that will Hive
tu.iiitJ . w ? li tin in ut i u i ~ / W >
small pino of ,.. ... 1 ?;).! tw
A Heavy ' orkiii shirt rooiI
ory d y n \t
iirnklo, |n ice
f.ire ory d y n pose ,sti '' "' borgaini iu Children's
rj 1 Ki its
i'on can't make any mistako in coming bore?for CASH talks lout) and
makes l UiOES LOW.
WIOIMTON & CO.,
CLOTHIERS AND GENT'S FURNISHERS,
lies MAIN ST., NORFOLK, VA.,