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CITY'S HEALTH PROMIS
Meeting of the Board Held Yester?
Ordered to Leave the City. The In?
spector Given Assistance During
the Summer. The Streets of
the Fourth Ward. Called
The Board of Health met yesterday
with Dr. LanKford iu the chair.
The Sauitary luepoetor's report for
the past week showed 5 " uuisuuces, of
which 4G had been abated.
There was a long discussion ns to
wbotber the odor from a crab factory
cao be considered a nuisance and the
matter was placed iu the hands of
Dre. Vanoe aud Dnpuy, to lay it before
the City Attorney, iu order to learn
from him whether this crab house
scent is such a nubauce as tho Bourd
of Health ought to deal with.
The Sanitary Inspector reported that
he had ordered abated n uunuuee ou
Weat Weier street, ariaius from L?y
Iran's hide estublishmout.
Mr. Johnston moved that the pro
prietor bo required to more the busi?
ness out of the oity,
Mr. Williamson thought that all the
Board conld do wonid bu to require
that the plaoo be kept iu good sauitary
Mr. Johnston's motion prevailed.
Mr. Johnson reported Deuby street
in a bad couditiou.
The Sauitary 1 nBpector said that to
deal with soul strott ho should have
Borne help and the Board ordered the
etuployrueut of two men and n horse
aud cart for general sanitary purposes
during tho summer.
The streets in the Fourth Ward
were reported in very bad sanitary
Tho Street, Sower and Drain Board
reported that it would bu contrary to
law to empty tho draiuage ironi the
gutter at the Queen street market into
the o ty sewer.
Dr, Duuuy reported that tho work
of clearing the uouds in Count ol
water was about to be commenced.
The Sauitary luspeclor waa directed
to confer with the Street. Sewor uud
Drain Board, with a view of haying the
gnrbBgo collected every day.
Mr. SVilliamsou thought it a sad com?
mentary ou tlio Street Board that the
garbage is not collected in better
shape, various kiuda being mixed, and
he thought that if the said board can't
do their work they ought to got out.
The secretary was directed to notify
tho Streot, Sower und Dtaiti Board tu
properly dispuae ot the gurbugo col?
All properly approved bills were I
ordered paid, und thu Board ad?
?.mini Kzciirklaii tur itiei ICiit-fii o) |
Ittt! York Blruei t tuliuiic < litirch.
On Monday evening, June 10th. the
Eteauicr I'ocahouias will leavo Clyde
Line wharf at 7:18, Portsmouth 7:;i(>
aud Washington bteamboat wharf at
7:45 ou au excursion to Old l'oint and
tho Capes, Tins excursion will be
uudor the auspices of the Indies of tho
York Streut Oatholia Church, uud
everythiug will bu done to uiuko it us
pleasant us possible. llefroshmonls
will be served uud au orchestra bus
boen engaged. Tho ladies hopo to
have their efforts in behulf of this now
nnd yet struggling cougregutum
crowned with suacess. Tickets can be
had at Vickery .V Co.'s, Burrow s ?trug
store, Luwrouce & Holmes' and Hntuu
?V: Bilisoly's, uud can also be procured
at the boat ou tbo evening of sailing.
ICcnl l atstlei snict VttaterttstTe
Mr. W. B, Feutross, auctioneer, sold
at the Real Fstute Excbauge yesterday
for A. B. Selduur. spooiui commission?
er the following city property: Houso
and lot No. 59 Bermuda street, to,lohn
T. Hargrove for $2,725; No. ill Clay
street, to F. U. Wright, for 31,350;No.
331 C/ueen streot, to Puter Burns, lor
S7?Q. At the same timo and pluco the
no too auctioneer sold for L. Ilium in
sou, tho widow's interest iu oerlalu
Hawk street property to H. L. Page,
for S'Jj, und the residue interest ol
heirs in fame property for $2 >,"., to iho
'J lie *i in it i c-iiiistsruciiru in INortolii
While Norfolk yesterday wea not Hie
warmest placo in ttie United States,
still the mereurv climbed to u very
disagreeable height ami the heat was
very gruat. About the best thing to
do under the circumstuucus is to rest
under the breezes of ou electric fan.
K; B. Cobb. 22 Boauoke avenue, can
furnish anything iu tho fan line,
I-itnoral of itlr*. ItiHCK.
The funer?l of the venerable Jlr.';.
nlargaret Black took jdace from the
residence of her daughter, Mrs. J, D.
Cabler, No. 40 Bank btreet, yesterday
afternoon at 5 o'clock and was con?
ducted by Bev. Dr. Armstrong. The
interment was in F.lmwood Cemetery.
'Dentu i>i u lirlglit l.ltuc II?),
We regret very much to announce
the very suddeu death lost night at
12:302 of little Biobard, the bright lit?
tle ana of Mr. Biobard II. Wright,
agout of the Merchants' and Miners'
Transportation Co. The grief stricken
parents have the sympathy of the en
fine C.ri-rn ? urn.- sou pa
J6mes Jones* restaurant, 91 Main
atreet, to day. It
Sometime ago I waa troubled with
an attack of rheumatism. 1 used
Chamberlain's Fain Balm aud waa
completely cured. I have since ad?
vised many of my friends nnd cus
totners to try the remedy ami nil speak
highly of it. Simon Gom>bat:h,
San Luis Bey. Cal. For sale by all
IN THE COURTS.
Police Court, Justice Seneca Pre- I
J. H. Miller, colored, cruelty to ani?
mals; SI and ousts,
Prank Davis, colored, larceny; tbroo
months iu jail.
Heddy Christinas, colored, assault;
William Bulleck, white, profanity;
Cbarletto Odom, colored, assault on
W. S. Hayes; continued,
Porcy Graham, white, oriminal libel
Bud publishmg obBocuo literature; Beut
on to graud jury.
11. C. Broue, white, abduction; con
tinued one day.
Pin ma Cay, wLito, house of ill famo;
820 aud costs.
Lenry Staploton, white, asloop on
street; dismissed ou payment of costs.
J. 11. MoDerniott, J*. T. O'Donuoll,
A. Audersou, white, drunk ; ?1 aud coats
Nelson Basuiore, colored, drunk; dis?
Percy Cratiaui, editor of thsCuokoo,
a weekly Boneationul paper, which has
just snudn its appciiruuce, was bofore
the Police Justice yesterday aud sent
ou to the grand jury at the July term
of the court, ohnrged with circulating
obscene literature uud criminally libol
ing Police Detective Wyuu. Jlo has
otnployed Mr, Sam W. Small as oouu
bcI. lie was baited in thu sura of S2UU.
in tbo Corporation Court Mollie
Hogwood, charged with keopiug a
house of ill fame, was found guilty und
liuad $5 autl costs and givou ouo
minute iu jail,
John Whituhurst, colored, assault on
W. A, Hill, was lined .Sin und costs.
Court then adjourned until to mor
I row morning at 11 o'clock.
Court of i ;nv and iilinnierv.
E. W. Heid va. tho City National
Bank aud A. R. Masb; suit to recover
j'J.UUO damages for injury by reason of
the defendants protesting a oheck with?
out presenting it for payment. The
jury could uot agree, und were ad?
journed uutil Monday to further con?
sider tho case.
'? lie eiliuiurti Last Nisrlafa
Tho bonolit for Leo Hilles aud City
Guards ut tho Academy of Musio lust
ulgbt was altoudcti by u mood uudluuoe,
cuuBidormg the oxtremo hout. ' Thu
opera, "11. M. S. Pinafore," was reu
dcrcd by au amaluer oombiuatiou in a
superb tuauuer. Mr. Jas. F. Duucau,
as Sir Joseph, sustaiued This part woll.
His porfeut oaso and excellent acting
won for him new laurels, being re
cipiout of numerous cuoorcs. Mr.
Will t rowed saug tho rolu
Oapt. Corcoran, with tho vervo
and elau of u professional, his
maguillcctit baritouo buiug used to
greut advantage in hia uevcral solos.
His "Fair Moon to Theo 1 Sing" was
most appreciatively received oy the
audience, who evidenced their appre?
ciation of this number by a woll de?
Mr. W. B, Nicholson us Ralph saug
his part well.
Mr. Edgar Duwos. as "Dick," was
above the average uiuatuer porformur,
aud his dance i in the duet with thu
"captain" ' wan nu uuiijucterpsichorouu
Mr. Doran aud Mr. Dunbnr sang tho
parts id luted to thorn well.
Littlo Cottie Piuous, as the Middy,
was excellent, and ouo of the features
of the ovoniug wut> hor duueo, which
was loudly applauded.
Miss Lena llolheimer ns Joscphino
saug aud acted her part well, nud mado
an ecoeptioually pretty Josephine.
.Miss Sulliu Williams as Buttercup
carried oil thu honors of the evening.
Ilur voice was never heard to better
advaulsge nud sho uctcd her part with
more case thuu at Urst production. Sho
has u bright future, in the musical
world. With such u voico uud ease
there is no such a word as "full."
Mibp Jessie l'attio as Hobo did well
with her part.
Tbo chorus, especially the male part,
wns exceptionally good, as it was tuuo
tul aud in perleot time.
To Prof. Charles Borjoi is duo tho
major portion of praise aud encomiums
lor thu smooth nud well rendered
performance, not ouly upou this,
but upou former occasions.
Weeks of arduous work with
tho chorus and principals wore
rewarded by tho unqualified success ot
tho: untiro representation, winch may
truly bo designated ns the very best
amateur operatic presentation ever
seuu upou tho local stage. The exceed?
ingly clever work ot each anil every
pertorinor stamps Mr. Borges as a mu?
sical uud operatic diroutor of uo mean
calibre. Tho stage was under the diroc
tiou ot Mr. E, M. Isaac.
a Surprising Occurrence!
Not at all, when yon havo seeu tho
bargains wo offer. Tho public are
aBtomshod; in fact, so aro wc, but wo
intend to keep the ball rolling. Head
last Suuduy's Viuoinian for prices,
then come to our store. None evor
disappointed. We advertise bargains
aud have them, too, whou you come
for them. All prioes as advertised hold
good for tho balance of tho week.
Levy Bros., 171 Main street.
Strawberry short-cake at Mac's:
a ? ill r?. i?. it iv*,
No. 101 Church street, black satin
ribboDs, all widths, aud fancy ribbons,
For electric fans aud ventilating fans
of all kinds, address K. R. Cobb, No.
22 Roauoke oveuue, Norfolk, Va.
A special reduction in sterling silver
for the mouth of June. Bridal presents
very low. Cbaamau .'. Jaketnau.
M1.1.I1 ilr*>?*> I.iU,
lovely styles, popular pricos, Wright's,
l'JO .Main street.
Paragraphs for People Who Are in
a Melting Mood,
Suit Against tho Old Dominion Steam*
ship Company. A Delightful Re?
ception. A Detective Sus?
pended. Will Attend the
Cooler weather is reported for to?
Air. T. B. Andorson is in Puiladel
Mr. C. W. Fountain, of Baltimore,
is in the city.
Judge Martin left last night for
Justice r-oneca presided in the Police
The Japanese Minister to tho United
StutcB aud his stall' tiro at Virgiuia
Mi?. Bcmley and daughter loft last
night for Br'idgetou, N. J,, for the
Dr. Israel Brown, of Newborry, S.
C, Las locuted in this oity to practice
Tho "Mother Uooso" oanlata Iisb
been postponed till fall on account of
the extreme beat.
Police 1 'elective Wynu Las been sus?
pended for entering a house of ill re?
pute without authority.
Judge Martiu having rolusod a new
trial iu tho Beamy-Pilot suit, the case
will bo taken to the Court of Appeals.
'I in: ViKdiMAN has received au invi?
tation to the commencement exercises
of Suffolk College June 'Jib, 10th and
An excursion train arrived here last
night iron) Lyuobburg with about '2?0 |
passengers. About bull of them are
at the Hotel Norfolk.
President U. A. Bourno ot the Old
Dominion Steamship Company, came
down Iron) New York ou the James?
town yesterday morning.
Mr.'C. W.Orrman.uf Newport News,
aud Miss Mary B. Morris, of this city,
wero married by Dr. Tudor at his resi?
dence yeBterday afternoon.
Tho Episcopal ministers and dele?
gates to tbo Council of the church, whiuh
will ba held iu Petersburg to-day, will
leave this morning via the Norfolk und
Tlio Sister Superior of St. Mary's
Orphan Asylum returns thanks to the
Irving Literary Circle for $50, a part
of the proceeds of tho Pinafore enter?
The mother of Bev. A. L. Gaincs,
pastor of tho St. Johu's A. M. E.
Church, died iu Atlanta, Ca., yester?
day, aged (ill years, She had been oiok
about u year.
The Columbian Peanut Company has
enterod suit against the Old Domiuiou
Steamship Company for $1,0UD, for
failure to deliver certain goods accord
iug to coutraot.
Thu Ludios' Memorial Association
return thanks to those who contributed
tu tho nute box html ou Memorial Day.
'the funds received was much larger
A very delightful reception was ten?
dered Miss Dusign, tho W. C. T, U.
organizer, at tho residence of Mrs, A.
0, Miloy, 12(1 bank street, last night.
The francos Harnes Ys were present,
A driver for ouo of Kelly's laundry
wagons was before Justice Senecu
yesterday ohnrged by tho Society for
the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
with ill treating a horse. He was tlued
31 aud oost.
The boarding pupils of Norfolk Col?
lege for Young Ladies' was teuderod a
reception in tho parlors of tho college
last night by Oapt, John L. Buper,
tho president. It was a very pluasuut
oocusiou to ail.
A pretty new song by Duncan &
Hodgson, of tins city, entitled "Cau
You Tell .Me When I'll .Meet Her," was
sung at "Pinafore" Inst night by Mr.
Crowell, The orchestrian work of tbo
aoug wus written by Prof, Charles
Tbo commencement exorcises of
Washington aud Lee University at
Loxiugton, Vu., will begin Juuo Iii and
continue live days. Prof. Uerbort B.
Adams, of Johns Hopkins University,
will deliver the address before the so?
Miss Francis Ensign, a gifted young
woman from Madisou, Ohio, will speak
to-uight iu the Central M. E. Church,
Portsmouth, to the young peoplo ou
tho Y work. Tho young peoplo are
urged to come out and hear her; also
the older ones,
A deed was recorded yesterday trans?
ferring from the Altitun! Building As?
sociation of Norfolk to S. A. Woodard
two lots and buildings on the north
?ide of Pino street near Chapel street
uud a lot on the north side of Henry
street near Chapol. Consideration,
The programme for the flual celebra?
tion at the University of Virginia this
year, will be very interesting. Hon.
George R, Pock, "of Chicago, will de?
liver the address before the Literary
Societies. Prof. Woodrow Wilson,tlio
Alumni Oratiou, aud Senator John W.
Danial tho address at the unvoiliug of
the Minor bust.
1 have two littlo grand children who
are teething this hot summer weather
aud are troubled with bowel complaint.
I give them Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera aud Diarruoa Bemedy aud it
acts like a charm. I earnestly recom?
mend it for children with bowel
troubles. 1 was myself taken with a
severe attack of blody ilux.with cramps
and paiu in my stomach, oue-third of a
bottle of this remedy cured me. With?
in twenty-four hours 1 was out of bed
and doing my bouse work. Mum. W,
L. DfNAOAN, Bon-aqua, Hickman
county, Teun. For sale by nil drug?
? Ii? I <]!? i tub..- 1.11.1 .4*? n run Co So?
Is the strongest Lifo Insuranco Com?
pany In tho World, A, Mxkrs,
I?<mil ail Thnddi lia N? <.i n> .
After a lung and lingering illness,
superinduce.! by exposure duriug thu
war und tuo burden of "three score
years and ten," Mr. Tbaddeus 8. Grey
leparteti this life at bis residence on
Kaudolph street yesterday morniug
at 3 o'oluok.
Io the days of '61 "Tbad" Gray was
iu the prime and vigor of hie manhood,
a man of undaunted oourage aud. as a
soldier, he made a record of whioh hie
children may be proud. Iu tbo sadest
and uuo>t dangerous timea he was
bright. He was genial aud geueroos
to a fault, a loving lather, a devoted
husbaud, a faithful aud devotod frieud
aud last, by no means least, a self-sacri
being uud devoted sou to his uutivo
'1 he deceased entered the Confeder?
ate service in 1861; his brat service be?
ing at Sowell'a Point, under Captain
William I,smb. of tho Woodis HiHes,
at that time, who defended tiewcll's
Point against the attack of the United
States stoamcr Moutieollo, Captaiu
Eaglo, beforo breastworks or fortitica
tioiiB wero erected at that point. Upou
that occn&iou Gray acted as gminor, in
chargo of one of the pieces belougiug
to the old Hlues' Battery. He subse?
quently joined the Twelfth Virginia
aud afterwards tho Independent Signal
Corps as a special scout. Here he
douo ycumuu service uud piloted into
our lines at Hlack Water a goodly part
of a galvam/.ed regimeut, uuder a
Co). Diamond, who enlisted them for
oervice out of the Coufedernto prison
era iu Northern prisons, They took
advantage of the first occasion to
strike fur their homes aud firesides
aud joined their old commauds.
As a scout "Tbad" Gray was bold,
venturesome aud fearless, aud iu order
io carry out tho measure of his msyte
rious work he allowed himself several
times to bo arrosted, and was impris?
oned by both sides. Particularly so in
deliuing the location of Huruside's
corps at Auuapolis, in which ho en?
listed as a blind to cover his sincerity,
to wait opportunity aud roport to tho
iu IfSM he joiued the Confederate
Status steamer Macon na a master's
mate at Savauuah. and assisted iu the
capture of tho Water Witch. No
braver or truer man than "Thad" Gray
ever lived, lie waa the sergeant champ
of tho South and would tuku any risk
for his State.
For tho past six yoars he has been
engaged us au otlicieut clerk ot Mer?
rill's Wrecking Company, whore bo
was honored aud respected by all who
The Pickett-Bnohacan Comp, his old
comrades, did all they could do for his
comfort duriug his eiokuoss, and |
furnished him every attenduueo, aud
all tho tiuio he was ill Copt. U. Soy
mour, the agent of the Murritt Wreck?
ing Company, kept bim ou tho pay
rolls, visited the house almost daily
uud tendered every assistance to thu
deceased's family,';, it beiug uu estab?
lished custom of tue Murritt Wrecking
Compauy to stand by their faithful
employes "in sickness or iu death"
The deceased leaves a wife uud three
children, having been married twiue.
His youngest child is a tlaxcu - -a led
tot of about 12 years of age.
The officers uud moo of tho Mcrritt
Wrecking Company will turn out us a
tribute of rospoet to tho memory of
their old frieud and associate. Notice
of the funeral later.
Mies Lillian Wlntmore, of Lake
Bradford,who has beeu visiting friends
of tho Ward, has returned homo.
Mr. Charles S. Eley, druggist, cf
Millvillu, Penu., is vismug Mr. C. H.
Hosteller on Avenue A.
Miss Boll Smith, of Colley avenue,
was expected to leave last night for
Miss Pie, iu a llobins, of Temperance
villo, Eastern Shore, Va., spent Tues
day with Rev. J, T. Rontten's family
ou Poolu street.'
Rev, J. T. P.ontten went to Old
Poiut Comfort yesterday ou u business
The ofiioial Hoard of LoKies Memo
rial will moot at the pastor's study to?
morrow night at S p, tu.
Miss Sarah Dey lias moved to C. II.
Feutress', No. (15 Poola street, where
she will reside in the future.
The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs.
Capt. Paine, aveuue B, at \i o'clock to?
day p. m.
The medal contest will not coiuo off
to-night. Indefinitely postponed.
Miss P.usigu spoke to u largo au?
dience last night on tho lawn of Colley
?lead Uli? unit ICeflcet.
lisvo you consulted Dr. Week, tbo
celebrated ophthomologist, latuof New
York und St. Louis, who is now uuder
engagement with me? If not, and you
are having trouble with your eyes,
don't fail to do so. The following aro a
lew of the many persons who have al?
ready been treated by the Doctor, aud
to Whom we would respectfully refer
any needing treatment. All oxaminn
tious free: Kov Dr Wbarton. Hev Dr
Bali, Hev Dr Cox, Rev Dr Dnuawa^r,
Pev Dr Carter, Hov Dr Leak, Hev Dr
(Iwmu, Major I) Humphreys, Mr W 11
Doyle, Mr,) L Winston, Mr W H 11
Trice, Mr .I .) .Johnson, Mr P O'Con?
nor, Mr J Krumholz, Mr Thomas Bot
timore, Mr s N Brickhouse, Captaiu
W 0 Whittle, General Page, Golonel
W B Hogers, Mr H ? Moakin aud
Captaiu John L Hoper.
F. H. Oale, Jowoier,
No. 152 Main street.
F. K. White, doctor of veteninary
soionao, graduate National Veterinary
College. Oflioe, MoCIeary St Model
bin's stables, Union street, Norfolk,
Va. Telephone, .'J'25, References?
Aoy horseman on Union street.
% I i. r , lt., I. rip.
diphtheria, pneumonia, .scarlet fevor. ty?
plio levo . et;., Mo-..i < Harsaparilla is of
wonder.>ii i,< ueii. u imparting iUu strength
mi 1 vigor so much desired.
Hoop's Pills for tbo liver and howols act
easily yet promptly sad effcotiyely
Miss Frauces Ensign will talk to tbe
young poople of this ward in tbe lec?
ture loom of MoKeudree at 8 o'olook
Friday nigbt inatead of Saturday
night, as ilrst announced. All are in?
vited to attend.
Mrs. J. W. MoFarlane and little
daughter, Venable, who wero spending
tbreo weeka at their parental home,
Bay Side, Vs., bavo returned to their
homo on North Marshall avenue much
improved in hoalth.
Tuesday evening about 7 o'clock,
whilo several boys were bathing in
Uayues' cove, east of Ohio bridgo, one
of them, named Howard Hall was
taken with cramps when beyond bis
depth and was only rcsoued as he was
going under tbe water the third time.
A lad named Anderson bearing bis
cries went to bia aasistance in a boat,
and after somo trouble succeeded iu
saving tbe unfortunate boy. Those
who saw the resoue were loud in their
praise of tbe timely act of youug An?
Cauipostella bridge baa beoomo an
unusually popular resort owing to
electric street car facilities. It is very
refreshing to get the breesJca from
Strawberry and ice cream festivals
nightly at Brambluton Hall under
anspiccs of the Jaokson Light In?
Tbe ladies of tbe Christian Memorial
Temple had a beautiful night for their
lawn party, which was quite a auccoia,
The regular meeting of | Inasmuou
Circle of "Kings Daughtera," will be
held at Mrs. Southall's this Thursday
afternoon at 5 o'olock. Business of
A very interesting affair oamo off at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Russell,
on South Park avenue yesterday after
uoon in tbe marriage of their daughter,
Nellie, to Mr, Frank Stanley, of Berk?
(innren W. Clilula.
Thb VmniNiAN has reoaived a vory
handsome pastolotype of Mr. Childs,
which has the appearance of being an
oil painting, sent out by tbe Eureka
Chemiealand Manufacturing Company,
of La Crosse, Wia., manufacturers of
"Baco-Onro," a remedy whioh permits
the use of tobacco while taking a cure
for the habit. The cure onn be pur?
chased of all leading druggists at 81 n
box or three Iioxob (thirty days treat?
ment) at 82,60,
Judge Hauckel yesterday chartered
the Merchahts' and Mechanics' Loan
and Investment Company. W. H,
Cutchiu, of Portsmouth, is presideut:
.1. M. Jordan, of Norfolk, vioe-presi
dent; A. \V. Conwsy, Norfolk, secre?
tary; W. J. Sheph^.d, Norfolk, treas?
urer. The capital stock shall not be
less than 83,000 or more than S?O.UOO,
Acting thro g'u the blood, Hood's Sarta
pur ilia nit ouly etiroa ncrotuia, salt rheum,
et ).. b it gives hoalth an .1 rigor to tuo whole
Keep your oyoi on our line of Bam
mur underwear, great goods at great
prices. Nichols & Wallace, 1?9 Main
For electrio fans and ventilating fans
of all kinds, address K. P. Cob'u, No.
22 Ronuoke avenue, Norfolk, Va.
TIA It It Ell?.
OH It MAN ? St Ott It 18?At Uio parsonaso of
Cumberland strrot M. B. Obnrch, by Rev.
Dr. W. V. Tudor. C W. ORH.H.N. 01 New
port Now*. Va., and MARY & MOKR1S. of
OBAlf?At ln< residence. No. 13 Randolph
sire i. Wednes lay inoruiiiK, at 8 o'clock p.
m., THADDKUH S. ll HAY, in the T?tli year
ul loa nice.
The fuueral will tike place rrom the St.
ran I s Episcopal Church, I'HIhaY. .luue
7th, at . o do k p. in. liieuds and a -
i|iiuiiitauces are reap otfully Invited to
BIIARP- On Wednosilav. June Bib. 18?8,
.MARY A. L. SHARP, *idow of WiIIimiu YV.
Sharp, m ttie Sfith >enr of tier asje.
Knneral services at st. I'ku.'s Church
Tit 19 (Thursday) AFlERNOO.n, at G p.m.
Pleaao omit ilowera.
TBE K?FER BARBIS WORKS,
in, 113 and 115 Bank St.,
NORFOLK. - - - VIRGINIA,
l.argo Stock of Fiuishod
MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES.
&*> Ready for IMMKblATK DKMVEHY
I bavo iisso i itod myself with Maisvs.
DoVl.K A M A 1.1,, 116 Mum street, as ae
co u aut tor thf s immer month- and pro
babiy for ih future, and would bo ibatiaful
to my friend* ami acquaintances or any
patron ige bestowed u on t is ririu.
jeo-iw VTOT?1I 1'ARKtJ.
2"0 pair of Men a and Roy'a High Cut Bare
ball Slioes at tOc. (lent a Tan, Pat. Leather
au l Cult Shoos, price *1.6> to V Ladies
Uxlorda, B5c to t.l. Will aavo you money ut
M. J. MADDEN,
3?6 CHURCH STRUT. NEARLY OPPOSITE MOB STREET.
IF YOU W?NT
Pretty Straw Hats
l or Men, Hoys and Children, cull at
Walter j. Simmons & Co..
177 MAIN STREBT.
We ( lose at 7 o'clock p. in., Saturdays ex
SAM W. SMALL,
ATTORiMEY AT L. A VA/,
No. a Li: 1.1. stbkbt,
Mr. Small will praotice in tho Courts of
tea State and of the United SUtes.
w ?: a'i h i:si hi 1'iiiir.
Forecast for lu.jiir.
Wamiwoto*. D. C. June 0,185.1
i11 For Virginia: Italu In e.tue u portion;
? jfair in wes.eru pillion; cooler lu ex
rlHlN I ir.raa *oulli'a<t portions; westerly wiuds.
_I For Norih Caio ln?: Italn iu eastern,
- fiir lu western port'on; cooler lu east
ern. warrair iu extreme western por?
tion; westeil/ winds.
Mima n -UK At.va.yao?Sun rises. 4:47; sunsets.
7:81. H it>n water. 8:1S) and 8:29 a. m.; low water,
2:S6 and 2 26 p. ni.
Local .Ui'lrciriilgifleiil lliitu.
[fob 21 ho uns e.sniN? 8 o'clock last night. )
Warmest day of seaion.
, U. a. DkcauIjiem of AaaiccLTCRE,*)
Weatueii UuilCAU,, M
Local Office, Dodson Building, I
NoaroLK, Va., June 6, 1895, J
Maximum tomperaturo. 94 1
Minimum temperature. "15 |
Normal temperature deducted from 20
year*' observation. 71
Departure from normal.d!us13
Accumulated departure for the mouth plus76
Accumulated depai turu tsiuce Jau. 1 ?2t>8
Precipitation, in inches. .0
Total precipitation siuco 1st of the
month. .0 I
J. J. Gray. Observer.
Now turu 'Irucu Martlet,
liy Southern AsBooiated Frees.
New York, June 5.?Muskmolons,
Florida, barrel, 5>JoJ\
CherrieB?North Carolina, barrel,
Blackberries?North Carolina, quart
Watermelona?Florida, each GOcaSl.
Gooseberries, prime, quart, 7ca8o.
Hocklobernes ? North Carolina,
l'eaohes?Georgia, carrier, $2a5.
Strawberries?Maryland and Dela?
ware, quart, 3cal0e, Pastern Shore,
Vb., 4a8o; Norfolk. 2a5o.
Asparagus, dozen bunches, DOca
Beets, barrel crate, 50ca$l.
Cuouuibera?Florida, orate, GOcaSl;
Charlestou, $lal,C0; Savanuab, crate,
Cabbages, Charleston, barrel, orate,
35ca$1.00; North Carolina, do, 6Uoa'J0o;
Norfolk, do, 75oa$1.00.
Peas, Eastern Shore, basket, GOoa I
81.00; Maryland. 75ca$1.00; Balti-1
more, small basket, C?oaT?o; Norfolk,
Onions?New Orleans, bag, SI.25a
Potatoes, Southern Kose,S2.25a$3.25; |
do Chili, red, 82.U5aS3.00; white.
$2.25a$3.00; poor to fair, $1.00a
$'2.00; do, seconds. Sl.00a81.50.
String beans, Charleston wax, bas
kot, 75caS1.25; greon, 76oaS1.25;
common, 30caG0o; Ueorgia, orate, 50ca I
75c; basket, 50caS1.00; North Caro?
lina, wax, basket, $l,00a$l,50; groen,
Squash?Florida, marrow, Herste,
Tomatoes?Florida, ohoioe, 81*60; do]
common, do 31.00a31.25 por crate,
Palmer A- I'root'a (Junta,lona.
Special Dispatch to the Virginian.
Nbw York, June 5.?Cabbage, 75o|
a90; peas, half barrels, 50oa$l.
Palmer A- Frost.
Corset Negligee shirts with nobby I
collars and ties to match. Nichols A |
Wallace, lb'0 Main etroot.
t il i: ANNUAL COMMUNICATION OF NO?-|
I FOI li. I.OlHiR So. I, A. K. and A. M , a
will be heard 'i His. rhuradayi bVENlMi. __j&,
J lie Sib s ..??? <t< |.. in. 0*crn will
be e < end lor i lie eua.iii.g veat. ' '
itv order ft'. M.
OEtt 13. JENKINS,
3?C It Secretary.
ONE PRICE HOUSE.
OUR SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK
All of u r medium and wide
-ALL OK TUE
Very Latest Slyles.
The New Point I.ein-. Knollen ami Point '
F.fCecta This ia a chance you seldom havo j
ottered you?a choice and desirable line
like this at half price, We can show you
abo it Bfty duterent patterns. Wllisb uro en?
tirely new. and at half price. You can t af?
ford in miss tliein at the prices we uro offer?
Our Motto-Low Prices.
Undor the Arndamy of Musio.
AN "ARMY" IS MARCHENG
?'Tramp, Tramp, Tramp tba
Boye are Marcbine"?atraigbt aa
a line to THE HUB?to get the
?neat Custom-Made $10 Wbip
cord Cneviot Suits the world ever
produced, Tbev are proud to
? 'enlist" under THE HUB'S ONE
PRICE Banner?proud to wear
The HUB'S "Uniform"?and
thankful to get Suits for ?10 that
SIS can't buy clsowhere. Come
and get your "regimentals"?tbo
outward and visible signs of a
well-dreRsed gentleman ? aud
take THE HUB'S great motto
for your suidauae?OOODS
MUST PROVE SATISFAC?
TORY OR MONEY OOESBACK
FOR THE ASKING.
207 and 209 Main St.
03"Wo dose at 7 p. m., oxocpt Suturdaya.
IRTTEHTIQN, GOTTBGPRS! J
f* MY STOOK Off
J FANCY GROCERIES ! A
P lias been Especially Selected for tue $
f Cottagers at Virginia Beach ?
and Ocean View. f*
v Pbouo vour ordera aud they will be v
A promptly fllleri. A
\ jbe Youiik Qrocer is well known to v
f the ii topic, so come out .... t throw ?11 !/
^ you eau in his way. ^
t> H. CLAY PICKET!, p
^FANCY RETAIL GROCE R ft
\ IMo. -a3 rVlartccst Place. \
A 'PHONE 755. Goods delivers J rroe ^
WHISKIES, CHAMPAGNES. CLARETS, GtRGUS*
DIES. MADEIRAS. SHERRIES.
OIHIR HIKES; ALSO. HUNCH BRANDIES, CORDIALS. J&,
POLAND MINERAL WATER,
And in stuck other Mineral Waters, bj
Ilm I run I or < iallou.
4 Granby Stroot. - Norfolk, Va
.TENNIS GOODS. FISHING TACKLE.
ONLY Wit STOCK Of SPORTSHUNS' SUPPLIES FOUND SOUTH.
Special Southern Agents.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS*9
Couk- and tto us or writu for Catalogue.