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Presented LastrNight at the Acad
Beautiful Songs Well Sung. Ful
Round Chorus, Carefully Drillled.
Not a Hitch from Start to
Finish. The Audience
Tbe sacred opera "Bershazzar" was
, giveu at the Academy of Musio lent
mght before o fairly Rood but highly
appreciative audieuce. A number of
the best amateur vocalists have been
very carefully drilled by Prof. Fitz.
These were supported by a superb
chorus, and as a result of careful direu
tion and study a fluisuod performance
was presented. Mrs. J. li, Uunter, uf
Brambletou, made a most acceptable
Antonia, Queen of Belsha/zar. tier
voioe was strong, clear aud true. Mrs.
Li. P. Huberts, thu Queen Recent
Nitocris. rendered ber ditUcnlt part
with artistic finish. Her voice was iu
good form aud her luterprotutiou
Mr. W. D. Crowell, as Belshazzar;
Mr. W. H. Nicbolsou, sb Zerubbabel;
Mr. Lloyd Blick, aa Oyrut King ol
Pearsia; Mr. B. L, Guy, us Daniel,
eauoy their parts well. The audience
had been rather cold till pretty little
Sallie Williams appeared, an ideal
angel, with long, white silken robes
aud outstretched wings, the building
tremeled under the power ot appiuusu.
The liues had been transposed to come
within range of the ricii iacliow notes
of her beautiful control she suug
enporbly and was applauded with un
One ol the prettiest pictures present?
ed was tho appeuiauco of Sbelotnytli,
wife of Zerubbabel ( Alias 15e>Mo Wil?
liams). "The King Commands us to
tho Feast," a deep contralto song, well
suited to her voice, was rendered de?
lightfully. Immediately after this song
the molner becomes pensive (a 'good
bit of acting). Myru, her little daugh?
ter (Mibb Eohols, of Brambletou, ?
skipped across tho stege to "her arms"
and sung a patbetto boug, aud to rich
and round was the voice of this litte
girl, hardly in ber teens, that the audi?
ence was astonished aud awarded her
with an anchor.
There was not tbe slightest break
from the first to the last act. It was
well etagod and woll rendered?one of
the vn-y best perlormauces of tho sen
eon. There will be a matinee this af?
THE ART LEAGUE
Will Close To-night. A Tea to Be
Tbe Art League will close its poring
exhibition to night, and theic will bo a
tea giveu under tbe auspices of tbo
Bourd of Managers. Tho utiuuduueu
vecterday und last night was fairly
good. While no mouey of consequence
ban been made, the'receipts will tuoru
thuu pay expenses. '1 he artists feel
that their exhibition has been produc?
tive of good?un educational effort
along lines in which many of Norfolk's
people needed Instruction. Again, it
has demonstrated that Norfolk has
quite a utimher of paiuters possessing
ability of no mean order,and that when
the necessity requires from the homes
of this otty can bo secured some rare
gems of art in oil water color uud
erayon. Few cities of Norfolk's bize
can produce a bi tter miniature display
than is at the League rooms. To see
these alone was worth the amount
charged for admission, not taking into
account tbe superior portraits, ohoica
bits of land aud sen, in oil and water
colors, and a number of beautiful piu
sketches and china, the work of local
artists, who have tuleuts that inspires
hope of higu distinction. Possibly
iroiu the membership of this League
there may he developed a genius. Who
TALENT DESERVES PRAISE.
An Ophthalmologist that Knows His
Business. Rev. Dr. M. B. Wharton
Jfr. Frank It, Gale, Jeweler:
Df.au Sib:?I have had my eves
carefully examiner! aud glasses fitted' to
them by Dr. Week, under engagement
with you, oud do not hesitate to say
that he has given me moro eatisfsetion
than I havo ever derived from any pre?
vious consultation, aud prononnco him, !
as far aB 1 can judge, u master in his
profession. M. B. Wharton. j
Dr. Week is under engagement with
Mr. Frank 11. Gale, where he can bo
found daily. Examination free. Do
not fail to avail yourself of this grand
fhee offer, This week Mr. (iaie will
offer diamonds at reduced tignrcs.
It IMd Ilia Hiiftiii???.
Mr. J. H. Cobb, publisher of tho
Mirror, at Erootou, N. Y,, bays: "For
nearly two yeurs tho Mirror has been
publishing the ad vertisemeuts of
Chamberlain's Remedies. A few days
ago tho writer was suffering from a
bowel trouble and resorted to an old
remedy which did not prove ollica
cipns; finally he tried Obamberlain'a
Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy
aud two doses did tho business, check
it completely," For sale by all drug?
special tor ? iiIm It eon.
Sterling silver belt buckles SI, and !
reduction ou all better grades. Sterling
silver waist sets, sleeve buttons, studs
and collar buttons, 76fl set; side combs,
?Oc pair. Summer goods special this
week. Chapman & Jukemau.
We have the night shirt at the right
prioe. Nichols Si Wallaco, 109 Mum
? Iriflnt I'reoeiiin.
% A largft^jwnd .c.onnilete line at bottom
pric6!jr'*f..TB ,V is^keman,
'* & (ft I G Id
TnK Southkun States.?The May I
nunibor of this publication is to baud.
Its contents orutirsoes "Agricnltutal j
Capabilities of tho South, First
Greese," "Tho Peu and tho Plough,"
"What of the New South," "Tho
South Carolina ltico Plantation of 'Ye
Oldou Time," "tieorgia Peaches,"
"What They Think of the South."
Published by Manufacturers' Hecord
Publishing Company, Baltimore
Price. 15 uonts.
St. NiOfloitAS.?The Juno number of
this popular tuoutuly is to haud. Its
contents aro full aud charming, includ?
ing "Our Tiny Fleet," "Dancing
Horses of Sybaris," "Chris aud tho
Wonderful Lamp," "(Seorgo Hogers
Clark aud the Compicst of tho North?
west," "Teddy Carrots," "The Land
man," "The iioy of the First Empire,"
"The Hoy in tiroy," Jaok Baliister'a
Fortunes," "Rhymes of tho Slates."
It is beantifully illustrated. Price, 25
LirriNcorr's.?Tho June number of
this popular magazine has been re?
ceived through Nusbaum'* News
Ageul. Its eoutents aro: "I'lieliattlo
of Snlanianca," by Perry Caldus, com?
plete: "William Shakespeare, His
.Mark," "Improving tho Common
Roads," "Besot in Aravuipa Gauou
Thoreau," "The Referendum and tho
Setiale," "Tho Tyrauy of the Picto?
rial." Prioo, 2G cents.
TlTE LiAhlKS' Homk Journal.?The
June inimbor is to baud aud is bright
in illustration and artistic. "Tho Viva
biousGirl" ia continued, "A Domestio
Court," whioh is a skotoh of tho home
lifo of the King aud C/ueou of Den
murk is a feature. "The Flowers of
.I tine," "My Mother," by Rov. Hobt.
Collyer, D. D,; "Huusebolding in Old
New England," "The Cureor of a Bal
timoru Girl," aud mauy other papers
arc nil interesting. Prico, Id cents.
?N1VRH81TV Oh' VllUilNIA C ATAI.OUl.'E.
?Tiik Viiniin-i vn acknowledges tho re.
ceipt of the University cutaloguo of
Iv.11 with auuouncumsnts for
18Ufi ''. li. The Board of Visitors con
sist of W. C. N, Randolph Becta, Basil
B. Gordon, Thomas S. Martiu, Bawloy
W. Martin, W, Cordon MuCabe, Cam?
eron Pattcsou, J. Marshall McCormick,
Legh R, Watts and Armislood C. Cor?
don. The secretary of the Board is
.lames D. Jones, l or catologuo uud
circulars spplain to Chairman of tlio
Faculty William M. Thornton, LL. D.
BoitlDNBit's Maoazink.?Tho .Inno
number has been rueoived from tho
publishers. It is very interesting.
"Chicago Before tho Fire, Aflor tbu
Firo aud To-day," "The Bioycle,"
'.'American Wood Engravers." "The
History ol tho Last O/uarter of o Cen?
tury iii the United Slates," "Tho Art
of Living," "The Centlemau From
Huron." Price 25 cents,
I o.i. i it: wf Mrs. Asiitlo ti. Y ?im IT.
Tho funoral of Mrs. Annie 11. Young
took pluca yesterday morning at 1?
o'clock from St. Mury'o Catholic
C Liu rob.
The services worn conducted by Rev.
Father McKoefroy, assisted by Rov.
The houoiary poll bearers wero Cap?
tain William Sharp. Captain Thomas
Kevill, John B. Whilehead, George
Newton, M. Glonnau, Dr, .Iitnius An?
derson, BoBwell T. Ciiuiuo and Captain
James W. Giliner. Tho notivo pall
baarers wero tho following: .lames E.
Brown, E. E. Dawes, John F. I,au lee,
B. B. Tobonlt, O. J. Egerlon, W. T.
Auderson, W. W. Doy and James F.
Tho attendance was very large, and
tho llurol tributes were very beautiful.
Mr. Thomas McNulty, of Baltimore,
sang very sweetly, as tho procession
wus moviug out of tho church, "Como
Y'e Disconsolate." The burial was in
St. Alary 'a cemetery*
?'?titrrta Anna t'-lcctioiis.
PlIINCESS A NN f., O. 11., Va. i
May ill, lsjo. f
Editor of the Virginian:
Tlio election in this county on yes
tel.iny passed oil' very quietly.
I Tho entire Demuciutio ticket for
county oflieea bus been elected by inn
jorities ranging from 40 to 480, The
following is the voto of tho county
l or Treasurer?John T. Woodbouse,
G70; John E, Whitehead, 622,
t ommonwealth'i Attorney?Bonjn
min D. White, 829; Wm. J. White
Commitsinner of Bevetiuo?Thomas
P. Bell, 608; E. B. Macon, 580.
Sheriff? Thomas S. Laud,712; D. D,
Mr. R, 1). White, Democratic candi?
date for Commonwealth's Attorney,
received tho largest majority (418)
over given a candidate for a county
CXJJ < oal Nlsipsnonia?
Tho exports of coal from Lam'oert's
Point for the weok ending May 23,
ISI'5. inclusive, were:?Foreign tons,
090; coastwise, 2,400; total, 8,096, The
total shipments hiuco Juuuary 1st to
date were StiTIt.-l?l).
inn Cquit; nisi Life Aaauranca Sort
Ii tho strongest Life Insurance Com?
pany iu the world, A. MVBltS,
t'n?t Vasotonin Train? f??r Hie U'rat.
The Chesapeako aud Ohio Railway
Company are now running their fast
vegetable train.-, and will receivo snip
meuts at their wharf iu Norfolk daily,
exoept Sunday, for all principal points
west. Freight should bo delivered bo
fore 3 o'clock p. m.
K. D. HorcHEiss,
Geuoral Freight Aeeut.
R. F. Hi uuks, Agent, Norfolk.
If you want watches, clocks, jewelry
or silverware call on Brown & Wolf,
successors to S. R. Smith, 11 Bank
Afjents for the Libbey cut glass. The
finest cuttings for iho lowest price.
Chapman A- Jaketnan.
SHORT CWSP PH??
Concerning the Movements of
People Well Known in the City.
A Hung Jury. Mayor Pettit at tho
Y* M. C. A. The Willoughby Spit
Wharf. Complaint About the
Desecration of Graycs.
Chesapeake street is being paved
with cobble atones.
Mayor Pettit will address the young
men at the Y. M. O. A. next Sunday
The Excelsior Band will give an
open air concert on tho steps uf the
Custom Bouse next Monday evening at
Charlie Maloue, a messenger boy at
the Postul Telegraph ollioo, fell from
his bicycle and was badly hart Thurs?
There was a hung jury iu tho ouso
of tho Cummou wealth vs. Win,
P. Lint/., enurged with selliug hquur
Tho machinery of the compress in
the yard of the Morohauts' and Miners'
Transportation Company is being
shipped to Texas.
A very large shipmont of strawbor
neu went to Boston by tho Merchants'
and Miner's Transportation Company's
stoamer last night,
Tbe children who are to tnko part in
the "Mother Uoomi" eutcrtaiumeut will
meet in tho Academy of Musio this
morning at 9:30 o'clock.
Mr. Ernest Hurtmau, who has boon
quite i|| at St. Vincent's Hospital, IS
very much better aud his friends will
be pleased io soe him out again,
Mr. Benry E. Lackey, sou of the
lato U. 11 Lackey, U. S, N. having
passed his examinations, has entered,
the Nnval Aoadrmy, Annapolis, Mil,
Tho sailing yai-hi An d, cf the Haiti
more Yacht Club, left here yesterduy
morning for Kultiiuorc, with Dr. Fitz?
gerald, ol Baltimore, her owner, on
Tho Y's will ploase meet in Y. M, C.
a. this afternoon at 5 o'clock. It is to
ho hoped that iuterest in Y work is not
a thiug of the past, because the "Uld
Maids" have been rrjuvcuuuted.
A deed was recorded yesterday trans?
ferring from C. B. Oliver and wife to
.lames Berkley, a lot of latid with im?
provements thereon ou Marshall ave?
nue, Brauiblatou. Consideration, 82, -
Mr. Thomas J, McNulty, of Balti?
more, was iu the city yesterday ou a
sad mission?to attend the fuuerul of
Mrs. Annie II. Young. Mr. MuNully is
a candidate for Mi er. if of Baltimore at
the coming election in that city,aud his
friends,whose tiamo is legion, wish him
Tbe tug Petersburg left hero yester?
day for Littlu Buy with a barge in tow
to take to Willoughby Spit a pile
driver, engino and boiler, which will
be used in the construction of the
wharf at that place. Tho wharf will be
1,200 feet in length with 18 feet of
water at tho emt of it.
There has lieou a great deal of com
plaiut recently concerning the desecra?
tion of gruves iu the cemetery by visit?
ors who rob them Of the (lowers placed
on them. To remedy thin tho commit?
tee bus made u rule forbidding children
to outer the cemeteries unless aacom
pauied by a grown person.
I Icetinn in t.reenv ll.i fount!*.
Emporia, Va., '23.?The following
oflicers lor Greenville weru elected as
follows: Commonwealth's Attoruev ?
W S Uoodwvu, Tit); il L Taylor, 339;
W M Powell, 188. Treasurer - B W
Wyche, '.hit; .lames S Weaver, 4GI.
Sheriff?9 W Lee, 1)24; D R Newsom,
801; W H W Hobt?, 81). Commissioner
of the Keveutie?.John S Spencer, 420;
W Unwell, 847; M .1 Squire. 20S; W F
Hobbs, 100. l he lollowiug are elocted
Supervisors: W E Bailey, Hieksford
District; Walter Ford, /ion District;
B F Jarratt, Beluuld District. The
light was a mixed one, free for all.
I'.lucllon in Mwiiibnisspiru ? nil in v.
The Democratic tiokot was elected
horo by about 800 majority, a perfect
Waterloo, A fall opposition ltopublico
Populist ticket wao in tho field, but tho
negroes were not united, a large num?
ber voting tho Democratic ticket, while
most of those, who were unable to
prepare their ballots, stayed at home,
Capt. iu R. Edwards was elected Trea?
surer, W. J. Sobbrell, Commonwealth's
Attorney, J. W. Williams, Sheriff; B.
M. Edwards aud J. S, ttillinm, Com?
missioners ol Uevenno.
II. Ulli <?> il ??II im I.lid y.
The many friends of Miss Celia
Kaufman will be pained to learn of her
death, which took place yesterday
ufteruooti at '.1:30 u'ciock at her rest
donee in East Main street after a lin?
gering illness. Miss Kaufmau was a
sister of Mrs. H, Posuor. Tho funeral
will take place Suuday morning.
XV or ill's (JOlllltlblatt lixpotlttOU
was of value to the world by illustrat?
ing the improvements in the mechani?
cal arts, aud eminent physicians will
teil you that the progress in medioiual
ugents has been of equal importance,
and as a strengthening laxative that
Syrup of Figs is far in advauce of all
II* Kfjecta Iiiatntsitiiiui.il?,
Mr. W. Q, Baker, room _'. Y. M. c.
a. building, is one of tliu many who
advocate the use uf CJuratol. Mr.
Baker has not only used it himself, hut
has seen others who have Used it, ami
never saw u failure. He used it for s ire
throat and a sore baud, aud its effete
was instantaneous. It
This Week, S.Iks and Wash Dress
Goods. Wright's 196 Main Street.
All fresh new goods just opeued.
See last Sunday's VlKOINIAN for out
pries list, or butter still, drop in and
see the goods and ths latest styles.
198 Main ttrooN
i.Of'tll TlttUtOrOlOClCUl l>?IIl.
[KOll 21 iiorns kn1iino 8 o'clock LAST NianT.l
U, ts. DEPAiiT^'iurr or Aouic?lttjbk, 1
WkathKII BuKKADj "
* I.ncul Oftlco. I'uiituu Building, |
Noiikoi.k,. Va., May !I0, 1895, J
Mnxlniiim temperature. 70
Minimum temperature. 61
Nor in..1 torn nor.uuro deducted from 20
years' nuHorvutiou. U8
Depiirturo from normal. ? 0
AccuinulHtcd doparture for tho month ?86
Acuaiuuhtte I rleuat turo since Jim. 1 ? U76
l'racipitailoii. minuti?s. .U
Total precipitation ainco lut of tho
? J. J. Ghav. Observer.
R E A MY AGAINST THE PILOT.
Demurrer Overruled and Case Set
Judge Martin yesterday doliverod
his opinion ou the demurrer to tue dec?
laration in the suit of Heamy and wifu'
of Ouanoook, Ya.. agiiust tho Pilot
Publishing Company lor slauder.
Judge Martin overruled tlio demur?
rer aud the ca60 was set for trial on
i in' I'urtt 1'iiviiiiiii.
Chairman Horum, of tho Park com?
mittee, lias proved himself a hustler
aud with a fow tlfousuud dollars has
worked wonders at the park.
It is now a very beautiful place. At
tho last meetiug of tho committee it
was decided to build a pavilion as soon
ob possible for the comfort of tho score
of ladies and childrcu who visit the
park every ufternoou. it will be an
AKeninrluililu Vitra ?I ICli.-unint Itui.
i mm the i'.rot on Connecticut Its view.
David Lewis, who has been alllioted
all wintor by rheumatism, is out again
and all due (o ouo of tho mcdioioes
advertised iu our columns. After try?
ing every thiug possible, lie used Cham?
berlain's 1's.iu Halm, which Iihb relieved
him of all pain," from which ho was a
constant sutler er and promises to make
him tit for duty soon. Wo know David
bus boon a great Hutterer aud arc glud
to nee him around again. F'or Bulu by
the cockade cTtY.
Many Matters to Interest Petersburg?
ers In Norfolk.
Special Dispatoh to Tho Virginian.
pETERsnnita, Ya., Muy 24.?Tho re?
turns of yesterday's^ elections in tho
dul'erent counties for county ofHcers
arc coming in very slowly. Thero v ore
i a goodly number of names ou tho
! tickets aud thero was much scratching.
The counting of tho vote for 1 an 1
District, Prince George county, wai
not finished until 0 o'clock tnls moru
iug. Tho (ollowiug is Ihe vote oi th.s
district. For Sheriff, \V. B. Boiaseau,
(Dem.), 175; It. B. Hatto (Pop. i, 0?.
Treasurer, Corner (Uem.), 190; A.
E. Uainey i Pop.) 17.
For Commmissionor of tho Heveutie,
It C Burrow (Dom), 94. E W Brown
(colored Hepi, 35; E D Bland (.colored
Pop i, 37.
J Coc.e (Demi, 153; J c Couuelly
For Supervisor ?W H Taylor (Dem),
l?'J; M F Yuupolt (P?p), '?'>.
Oversocr of the Poor?Andrew
Thomus icolored Rep), IBS; B M Har?
ris (colored Pop), FIT.
JtiBtieu of the Peace ?Lawrence! Pop),
115; T Livo-ny ( Dem i.'iOS; tl \\ Taylor
( Demi, 'JOtl; J A J Sprattley (Kepi, 180;
Heuiy King (Hep), Constable, HI, no
opposition. Tho official vole of tho
county shows Ihe following majorities:
Boisseau, -l?s: Comer, 434; Coeke, 457;
Mr. William Andrews, a young'man
employed at Tuns' .Machine Works,
was vory painfully injured last evening
by a piece of irou striking him under
All tho roturns from Dinwiddin
county are not in, but tlio Democrats
have elected their ticket with the ex?
ception, perhaps, of u Supervisor m Saf
The Petersburg Grays arrived here
to night from Pocahoutas and were tuet
ul tho depot by over 1.0 mi people aud
I accorded a rousing welcome.
Brings comfort und improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
to:- than others and enjoy life more, with
lc-s expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's liest products to
Liie needs of physical being, will uttr.-t
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its present ine
in the form most acceptable nhd pleas?
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of n perfect lax?
ative : effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and levers
iiiul permanently curing constipation.
It lifts given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, liecntlsc ii nets on the Kid?
neys, Liver und How 1> without weak?
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by nil drug
L'i-ts in 50c ant) ?1 bottles, but it is man?
ufactured by the California Fig- Syrup
Co. only, whose nnnie is printed on every
package, also the nuinc, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed/you will not
I accept uuy substitute u oflercd.
Cut it out and bring it with you and see that you get
each and every article just as we advertise it.
THESE SPECIAL BARGAINS
FOB THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DNLV.
Boys' and Children's Department!
Boys' Stainless Black Hose, worth 25c?
[Fpr Thursday, Friday and Saturday, only IOC. Pair
Boys' Jean Drawers for short pants, worth 35c?
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, only 23c
Boys' Percale Shin. Waists, worth 50c?
Thursday, Friday and Saturday 21C
Boys' Laundried Percale Shirt Waist, STAR MAKE, ,
worth $i? Thursday, Friday and Saturday 79c
Boys' Silk Hows' and Ties,worth 50c?
Thursday, Friday and Saturday 25c
Children's All Wool Suits, worth $3.50?
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, $1.98
Linen Collars, 4-ply, any style, THE HUB'S own
make? Thursday Friday and Saturday, 3 for 25c
Men's Pure Silk Suspenders, worth $1 ?
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 48c
Men's Laundered Percale Shirts, worth $1 ?
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 58C
Linen Cuffs, square, round or link corners?
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 2 Pair for 25c
Men's Plain and Fancy Underwear, any shade,
worth $1 a Suit?Thursday, Friday and Sat,, 45c Suit
Silk Garters, any color, Boston style?
Thursday, Friday ami Saturday, 2 Pair for 25c
Men's Seamless Hose, black or Tan. fast colors?
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 4 Pair for 25c
All of the above articles on sale from TO-DAY (Thurs?
day) uutil SATURDAY, anA every article sold as we adver?
tise. Don't forget?YOUR MONEY BACK FOR THE ASKING
IF YOU'RE DISSATISFIED.
O N E-PRICE CLOTHIERS,
207 3nd 2Q9 JVIgain Street.
TENNIS GOODS. FISHING TACKLE.
ONLY eOttPLLH m Of SPORTSMUNS' supplies folnd south.
Special Southern Agents.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.'
Co .1. nud loe us or write lor Catalogue.
Phone 4?39. 87 Main Street.
For electric fans aud ventilating fans
of all kinds, address K. 1'.. Cobb, No.
22 llouuoko avenue, Norfolk, Va.
Strawberries aud cream lOo. a t
Agents for Stetson's special bats.
Oolilinau .v Uofheimer, 100 \iinu street.
Stru\vt)erry sbort-cake at Mac's.
See SI values for 50c iu.neckwear,
Goldman & Uofbeimer, 100 Mam street.
Ai .11 r?. I". Hin?,
No. 104 Church stroet, black satin
ribbons, all widths, and fancy ribbous,
Strawberry sbort-cake at .Mac's.
n Ntiii ti, Mint i:.
! 5 lio rr.i.er.i: of Mr IlKNIAMIN W.'fl?TR?
IHK will UU place 1 IIS -.itur.ar AK
XKKNOUN at o clock from bt. Paul B
Catholic Clu.vli. liisuds aud aoq aint-1
[ auccs inu.o I to attend.
iu > it.
KAUFMAN?Afloi u lln ;ci ing illness.
May 2lih. ht a ;. m. (Jlil.lA. helovttd
(laughtor oi llonrj ..u.i no?n Kaufman, agoU
\ 'SZ yo.irn.
j Funeral SI Nil AY MOUSING a*. 10 a m. *
ABMSTllONO?At his late residence, No.
I Cltl Driglilon streot, r. rtmnouih, Va.,
Tbiirddav, M i> !1 I is-J?. at .. Ill p. in., WILr
[,1AM ?<? AIC.M.M l;<.)N(i, iu tl.o stttb year of
Funeral torn Court Stroet Presbyterian
Chnrcu Tills, i'tnrdav) AKTKKN oN.atO
0 ci ek friend* aud sequaintanoea are in
vned io Rtteiiil.
UODi .1 i;s-- \\ the residence of her niece,
Mrs. Hi ! >l , ire. No. I OH Maltby aveune.
Uiambl tun, Kri.lay, Mui 2lth, at SI"
O'ciocl i . I UrflJI.A Ii. ROIKIKBS, widow
of tin late Kdward M Itodgers. aged V<
>car- a one m ntii.
'Ihe luuc .. will tike pla e from tbeOmrt
Street i ron rtorlan Obnrch, Portsmouth.
Sunday, mi 'joth, st i odook. Frien ?
1 aim a quaiutanesl respectfully in^ltod to
JBUTTER? BUTTER, BUTTER $
f HOUSEKEEPER*, BKIICH.D THE v*
Y PlllCK O.N BUTJEtt. f
\ LARGE LOT JUST RECEIVED J
FOR SHIURDAY ONLY. *
4 _ P
4 NEW YORK STATE. 20c per pound. ^
^ 'J H? FING8T ELiilN, i>5.- per ponud. ^
\ - *
i H. CLAY PICKET!, (
^FANCY RETAIL. GROCER;
? No. ?-3 Market Place. >
1 'PHONE765. C.oo.ls Jilivcre 1 froo. >
_'0 jmir of Mon a an.i Hoy's Hi . h Cwi Hase
ball -i.ors At COc. Oent h Tun, Put. I eathttr
mi l Calf Suoei, price 41.60 to $.V Ladles
in' ; S6o to Will uiVf you money at
M. J. MADDEN,
206 CHURCH STREET. NEARLY OPPOSITE WOOD STREET.
THE OTER MARBLE WORKS,
in, 113 and 115 Bank St.,
NOllFOT.K, - - . VIIlOINIA.j
1 ki M'i, k ot Finished
MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES.
*?-Iteauy fur lMMLXiIA'ii. l^Li.l Vl.r. V J
WE HAVE SUCCEEDED! :
Made to your order from
Black or Blue
Black, Blue or
92 North Ka:n St, Norfolk, Va,
F. J. FAY, Manager. <
The accounts, uote=. an ! bills due the lnts)
llrm of Cenrce W. Duvall A Co., having
bet-u plaoed n the hands of Win. McK,
Wundhouse, Attorney nt Law, No. 126 Mail*
Btrool for ?ettlemeut. all panics are re?
quested 10 make immediate, settlement wills
niy25 Bt QBO. \V. DUVALL it Co
Brick. Brick. Brick.
For sale at the var s of the NANSEM0N1>
HlYEIi UltlUK AND TU.E CO.
H. L. JACOBS.
ONE PRICE HOUSE.
NEW PERCALES !
Forty Different Style) Just Opened,
Thirty different* styles In nit ills now an*
New Wash Plesse,
New Plesse, New Plesse.
Twtntv-two different st.l a. S9 n he?
Wide, at 12 1-20.
ORGANDIES. ORGANDIES. ORGANDIES.
Fifteen strl' R in ' hoi.e and stylish de?
? i^ii^-, at 2 c au 1 ?'! e.
12-buttou WHITE SUEDE GLUM S.
lS-Lul on WHITE SUEDE GLuVK .
, Special, si.6*
Our Motto-Low Prices.
Fuder the Academy of Mus.a.
OUB LINK OF
Spring Hats & Straw
Walter J. Simmons & Co..
ITT MAIS STl;l> P.
e-JV LOYVL.sT FUICES. SEK THEM..fei
WHISKIES, CHAMPAGNES." GL?RETS, BERGUi^
DiES. MADEIRAS. SHERRIES.
OTHER WIHES: ALSO. FRENCH BMNDiES, COHDIAIS. &
AGENT FOIi -
POLAND MINEKAL WATER,
Aud IU etOil; other M i;ot?l Water*. >?/
tiio i ami or i.aduu.
4 Granby Street, - Norfolk, Va*
A PERMANENT CURE
eflbeuiot! obstinate < its uuaiaiilc^d in inu 3
10 ?? >lajno oilier tri al mew itmiireti, and wlt'?
iiii ibenameatlug re. ..: . i i... wuu i .i>>t'Ue?
Copaiba <n siaudal tVoe ?. J. KUKKti .v CO., i?uo>
cesxoigt? UfWi, l'uwuucicii, i.'.ixw. Aialiilrus?