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Defendants Heard. What They Ex?
pect to Prove.
Judge Heath Makes the Opening
Speech For The Defence. He
Was Followed by Mr. Wise.
Judge Ncely Closeci. The
Thero was very much iutcrcst mani?
fested iu the Massey-Pilot suit yester?
day, aud for five nud a half hours the
building wus packed with SB aodiouce
composed of the most promiuout ctti
zens of the community. Those who
arrived cnrlv secured seats, the tardy
ones bad to'he content withstanding.
Those who could m>t get inside either
hung on to the window sills or lounged
about the halls iu Uenrtug of the
Mr. A. P, Tkoui, of counsel for the
plaiutill. iu a dashing nun bruvu speech
bristling with defiance, presented ou
the previous day thocase for his client,
telling the jury exactly what he cr
poctcd to prove aud challenging Mr.
Massey'e accusers to prove that he was
a bribe taker and generally dishonest.
Mr, Thorn's speech was well received
by the audienco aud they were curious
to know in what mntiuer tbo other side
would meet the issue, hence the large
The Judge wns upon tbo bench nt
exactly 10:1)0, but Jury man 'league was
a few tuinnles late.
? Ab soon us the jury were in their
places Judge lioath, who was looking
2B porfect health, arose and said:
Jndgo Heath iu < poning tho cose for j
the dulenso said the practice has long
prevailed in tho courts for counsel to
present to the jury the facts which
they expect to prove.
It falls to my lot to present in ud
vnnce of tiio ovideuce tbo loots which
we expect to prove. Tins ib useful us
giving an outlitio of tho isMio and I
shall toll you the facts upon which we
rely for defcuse in the ense. If he
departed from a mere synopsie.it was
beoauso of tho action of tho council
What a spcctnclo wns presented to
the jury. A high official of tho Stnte
comes hero and asks n money con?
sideration lor damages, to proclaim to
this court ihat-bo bud avoided the pay?
ment ot a JUst jiidgomcnt which n
court of thin Stato said be should pay.
Tho Superintendent of Education says
he is pnrer thau tho judge who ren?
dered it and has avoided in all manner
of ways the payment ot that just
claim rendered by n just judge,
A Christian geutlomuu stint to nno of
the Judges of tlio Court of Appeals
that while Mr. Museoy enjoyed all the
msoully ot insolvency bo lived ou the
fat of tho laud. Objection bv Mr.
Neely and asked if bo would prove it.
Yes, aaid Judge Heath, tho ailiduvit
of .Mr. Alexander is here.
The directors were arraigned before
yon us very nmbiliotis men, who luul
established n paper and imported 11
muu to abuse the people. This state?
ment was made ut the opening of bis
t>Mr. Thorn's) speech and 1 mutt toko
notice of it.
Jndge Heath then road tbo list ot
directors und said they were men of
the highf6i character tinil not ouo of
them bus sought to avoid thu payment
of nny honest obligation. Iii the
words of the eloquent geutlemou, they
have not enjoyed ihn rascally immuni?
ties of insolvency whilo living on the
fat of tlio laud. Ho said they hud gone
iuto tit is enterjiriso us other bnsiuess
men, und it is contended by the coun?
sel who presented the case lor tbo
other side thut they should have
stopped tho publication.
But they have plead not guilty, and
why,because they arc not guilty*. They
?were uovor expected lo supervise the
columns of the paper. In it to be con?
sidered Unit the riireotoraof u paper urn
tobe called together lo decide wbatshall
go into tho columns. It is said that
Small was imported. I don't know nuv
thing about that, but ho was hern us
the editor of tho paper und he was so
leoted because ho wue u good writer,
had been au editor of the Atlanta Con?
stitution. They hud fuith iu him und
never believed thut bo would publish a
A TRIBUTE TO DR, RUENBB.
Mr. Heath then turned bis attention
to^tbe record of tho school.-, of the State
paying n glowing tribute to Drs. KmV
ner aud Buohanuan, at the same time
saying be knew nothing of Mr.Furr ex?
cept thut ho was Superintendent of
Public Instruction, ilo Haid against
nouo of these men Had there been the
slightest suspicion. He declared that
tue schools ol the Stato ore absolutely
in the bands of and uu.iei the control
of the Superintendent and should be.
One of tho duties of the School
Board of tho State, tho liouni oi Edu?
cation, was to select the school books
to be sold to the public sohool children
of tho Stute. Mr. Woinack m the
nephew of Mr. Parish, of Albomarle,
who wus u close political friend of Mr.
Mussoy. Ho eunl thut so close wore
those gentlemen to Mr. Massey that
Womack did not hesitate to say that
he owned J, E, Massey. When the
board were about to meet iu Richmond
Womack was early upon tho ground,
Wo will show that the American
Book Company was iu tho habit of
obtaining its ends by the use of
money. The contracts wero valuable.
Dr. Kiillin said the prolits wero nonrly
two-thirds uod were worth millions of
dollars. Now these publishers bad to
reach the ear of tbo Superintendent of
Public Instruction. Lovell, tho, pub
lisher, desiring to secure thuonr of the
Superintendent secured Womack, who
borrowed S'.OD from I,on II with the
ossurauoo that Lovell's books would
remain upon the Hot. He charged
that the meeting of March the 25th wus
a star <rtiambor affair. At this meeting
the list was adopted. Such was the J
jnmimer of its adoption that it was1
ueoossarv to revise the list aud it was
revised and tbu books of tbo I'niver
?Hy Company were restored to tbo list1
Ou tbe next day, tbe Mtu, a ciruular
was issued by tbe Superintendent of
Public Instruction, that tbe Board was
vory bu-*y and uot prepared to bear
ot guoionta. bnt would llko to bavo tbo
bids submitted, wbrn, as a mutter of
fact, tho books bad boeu adopted tbo
We will ahov you tbo iutluouoo of
VTomaok over Massey. Wo are going
to sbow you tbe mutno.lsof tbe Hook
Company". We will shew you that tu
1890 -Mr." Massey was luoolvont but iu
that year emue into posjrssiou of largo
sums o! uioory. We will show you
that this money bail certain character
tics. Ho Iuvested largely iu booms
ami like most people lost it. He then
related some of .Mr. Masscy's traos
aotioos iu tbo Virginia Loan aud
Land Co. that tho Court of Appeals
in that transaction und that Mr. Mas
sey was guilty of trend aud the people
were entitled to their mouey.
lie then, turning his attention to
Woniaek.smd that be went to tho State
of Washington in an effort to get tho
?cliool Hoard ot that State to adopt
their hooks, und H.dward aud Wo?
rn p. ck cnileavored to hnbo tbu oflicers
of that State with $3,000, aud wero in?
dicted by tho grand jury lor bribery
und (bey tied (ho justice of that Com?
Tili; COPY HOOK.
When I.oveil asked why tbe school
coyy book had not been put in tho list,
Woinack, who had received SMI) for
tho consideration, said that Van Ant?
werp, Hi egg k Co. had ordered him to
hava the book taken off the list. The
history ol tins book business, its eur
roundiug, are known far and wide,
l'ho New York World published nu ar?
ticle that tho Superintendent of Public
Instruction of Virgiuia had been im?
properly influenced by tho Ameri?
can Hook Company. Why had
; uot Mr. Massey brought suit
against the Now York World when tho
language was c. i tuii.lv libelous iu that
Stale. Whilo Edwards and YYomack
were fugitives from tho State of Wash?
ington. Mr. Massey mot them iu Now
York auil traveled with thorn ob his
companions to tho city of Toronto. In
strong language ho denounced Mr.
Massey for traveling with theso men.
What follows this trip, as soou as he
gets back ho issues another circular,
saying that the spenoerian was the book
adopted to bo used, but Unding that
the schools ot tho State were supplied
with tho Graphic books and that at the
meeting of tho board it was decided
to lot the children use up those hooks,
but in the future tho only book to bo
used is tbu Spcuccrinti, This was in
1801 aud Mr. Massey thought that
twelve months was loug enough to aat
isfy Mr. I .nvell.
We oxneot to hIiow you that Mr.
Woniaek did pay his (.Mussoy's) ox
peuses to Canada,
.ludgo Heath auid ho was stating tho
facts fur their information. It was tho
character id a suit bo did not covet,
but would havo to do his duty. Mr.
Massey was flush with moony in lS'.H).
"Von aro vory much mistaken," said
Mr. Neely, "Von please megeuerally,"
said .ludgo Neely, "but specially uo to?
day.'1 Laughter. |
"Well. 1 havo been practicing at the
bur for twenty-live years," said .ludgo
Heath, "und I havo never seen any?
body who suited mo so well as yon."
In twenty days of tho adoptiuu ot
the dictionary Mr. Massey came into
the possession or o largo sum of money
aud deposited in the bank to tho credit
of bis wife S3,000. Mr. Neely asked what
was it? Currency money, said .ludgo
Heath. lie takes this mouoy und bllj B
a bonse iu Charlottesvllle from Mr.
Payne aud told him it was a birthday
gift to ins wife. His wife, u Miss Mo
Crary, of Alabama, wus the member of
a IIrm and Mr. Massey claims that she
drew out of that $2,200 and that sho
brought to this State aud that he ad?
ded lo it and bought tho house.
?Iiidge Heath weut on to state the
condition of the MoL'rary estate and
said there had boon no distribution of
the estate. Ho would show that the
total value of the estate of tho linu in
1891 wus $5,1! K).
Mr. Heath then yielded his timo to
Mr. Wise, who said he would avoid
going over what Mr. Heath had said,
as it could uot be better said. He was
one oi the retreating get.en-Is and he
would not crow, hocanso he might not
bo able to prove all we expect to
prove. A good deal has beeu said
about 'iitiu a Co. Now 1 want to say
between (linn a Co., and tho Ameri?
can Hook Company, (iinu a' Co,, bo
iieve that (ho American Hook Com?
pany does uot hesitate to put iu us
t o; ks by fair means or foul. 1 will
not discuss trust,because BOUI0 of them
are good thiugs ami 1 wish 1 had more
of them for clients. In speaking of
! i linn a Co.. he said yon will not gen
tlemeu of tbe jury' convict uny man
simply because two rival book con
j corns are lighting each other, Now in
i regard to tho defendant, referring to
Mr, alassey, I believe ho is guilty. 1
believe Mr, Massey was bribed and I
do not say it unpleasantly. 1 am going
to give you tho evidence."
lie said it would be tbo duty of tho
jury to lind a verdict according to the
preponderance of evidence; that it was
not like a criminal prosecution. Mr.
Massey did not put Hint money in the
batik in the usuni way, but ho put it in
there and got a certitioate of deposit
and put that certilicato of daposit iu
We will show you in ISOO that
Massey, the pauper, was rich. Wc will
show you that in 1872 that the Rev.
Jno. E, Massey transferred Ins farm to
bis .brother in Massachusetts. Ho lias
been famous for his i m pectin iosity
, since tho lleadjtihter campaign, You
will not hear in Ihe course ol tins ease
that .Mr. Massey ia not a man of souse.
If his moral character was equal to his
intellect ho would lie u great man. Wo
Continued on iJurd jHkjfm,
CflPTiONLESS II NEWS
Carefully Prepared and Full of In?
terest and Variety.
The Pier at Willoughby Spit Nearing
Completion. Will of Mr. Charles
Egts Probated. Stolen Watch
Recovered. Personal and
Deputy Marshal Cross is in North?
Mrs. Ralph Render is quite sick at
her horns. 100 Cove street.
IJgAttoruey-Ueneral Scott is at the
Atlantic. He arrived last night.
Mr. \V. P. Deal, a lumber merchant
of Emporia, Ve.. is iu the city.
President R. C. HotiTnau, of tho
Seaboard Lino, was in Norfolk yester
'i'bo pior nt Willongbby Spit is
noarly complotod. It will bo 1.4UU feet
Mr. Womaok, tho agent of tho
American Rook Company, is ut tho
Rev. Dr. Hugh .lohiiBon, of Wash?
ington, preached at Couteuary M E,
Church luvt night.
An excursion from Lewiston. N, C,
arrived in tho city yesterday by tho
Mies Lola Freeman, of Coleraine, N.
I C? is the guest of Mrs. J. H, Sim
monB, -bin highland avenue.
Dr. Barnes, of Nauaemond, is in
Norfolk. lie has been attending the
commeticemuut ot Williamsburg.
There will be a lecture to night at
the Disciples Church by the pastor
for the beucht of tho Willing Helpers.
Tbo bargu Enterprise, with a cargo
of spiles, loft hero yesterday morutug
in tow of the tug Petersburg for
The tug Pocnhontas and the United
Statea quarantine steamer Koch wero
launched oil' from Uravca'o ways yes?
An excursion under tho aiiBpices of
the Rrotherhood of Locomotive En?
gineers arrivod hero ycBterday from
Chief of Polieo King left for New
York on tbo Old Dominion steamer
Tuesday night, in which city he will
spuud bis vacation.
Tbo will of tho late Charlos Egts has
beou admitted to probato. Mrs. Mar
gurot Anno Egts qualified as executrix
in n bond of $10,000.
Judge A. R, llauekol, of the Corpor?
ation Court, occupied tho beuch iu the
sbsoDoe of Jadgo Martiu, in tho Court
of Law und Cbauoery yesterday,
Tbo lud who roKCiied bin companion
from drowning iu Roanoke Dock Sat?
urday afternoon is named James (ill
lett, und resides ut No 4 Cumberland
11 wing to the absence of Mr. Gibbs
at tbo time of tho expooted publication
of the woman's edition of tho Pilot, the
ladioa iu chargo were compelled to
postpone its issue, but hope to have it
out uow iu a fuw days.
Tho basket of lunch which was given
to a negro boy to carry to tho Old
Point Htsumor, is at tho Police Station.
Tho boy, it is said, could not Und the
lady ut tho wharf and curried tho lunch
to tho Station aud reported tbo tacts,
Tbo gold watch which was stolen
from tho grocery store of Mr. Sawyer
a few days upo bus boon rocovercd |
from Jacobs' pawn shop, where it was
sold for $8. James Morgan, a colored
boy, who has been routined in juil on
suspicion, waa relcasod yesterday,
Jacobs testifying that bo wus not the
party who lett tho watch ut bis plauo,
lleiith of i.llilu Henry Morris Kuoi
Little Henry Morris Kaufman, son
of Mr. und Mrs. Mike Kaufman, died
Buddouly at 6:30 o'clock yesterday
morning, aged 7; mouths. The dsatb
of tbo I it t tu buy wus a Hovero shock to
tbo family and friends, who extoud their
siuoero sympathy to tho faintly of tho
boreaved. Tho funorul will tuko place
ut '.? o'clock to day from residence, RW
Police " oun.
Police Justice Burroughs had a light
.fumes Mo.no. colored, broach of tho
peace; dismissed on payment of costs.
? Inines Morguu, colored, larceny ; dis?
Jobu Dooker, white, selling liquor
ou Sunday; dismissed,
Ben Perkins, white; lined 822,25.
? teal i Mule Sale.
Messrs. Townsend a Jones and T. F.
Rodgers, sold at the Reul l-.stute Ex
? ?badge yesterday to Moses Wertheimer
lour oue aero lots of tho Hayuos prop?
erty for S'J.dS?. Tbeso lots front on
? lie I. Ad lea.
Tho pleasant effeot and perfect safoty
witll which ladies .May use the Cali?
fornia liquid laxative, Syrup of Figs,
uudor all condition, makes it their
favorite remedy. To get tbo true und
genuine article, look for tbo name of
the California Fig Syrup Co., priuted
uear tho bottom of tbo package,
Special sain foiitluucd.
All the big bargains wo advertised
in Sunday's paper ut same low prices
as advertised. Those largo white bed
spreads at 60c are a greut surprise; the
l.ugo beauty towols at 21e each have
never been equalled: a few pieces loft of
tbo nib wool sorgo at ll?c yard: the 50e
quality at 39o yard; another caso of
Morrimaok calicoes, -to; and ginghams
at 5o yard; andrnscoggiu, Id 4 ready
hemmed sheets, 50o; pillow cases, lOo;
bolster cases. 25e each. Don't miss
this week s sale. Levy Bros., 171 Main
i Ik- i q Ii I table Life Aaaiimuea So
Is the strongest Lifo Insurance Com?
pany iu the world. A. My Kits,
To-day is tue dar for tbe excursion
to Jamestown by tbe Park Avenue
liaptltt Sunday School ou tbe I'oca
hontas, leaving Clydo's wbarf at 7 a.tn,
Mr 1 C Roberta, contractor,will soon
bave two bandsome pressed brick
dwelling completed for Mr T (Jordon,
on Cook avenue, which will add much
to the street.
Dou't forget tbe lawn partv to nigbt
at Trinity M. K. Oburob.
The ulurm Tuasday night was caused
by a slight blaze iu the attempt to burn
a house ou N (Jihba avenue, owned by
Capt John L Roper. Tbe neighbors
arrested the tiro iu its ?ufoucy. so that
the Fire Department did uot reach it.
Hy no means miss tho concert to be
given at MoKendree Church to-night,
Au excellent programme has been pro
vided, as follows: Iustrumoutal duet,
Misses Daxter aud Simcoe; vocal trio,
Mr, and Mrs, E. O. Youug, Mr. C. \V.
Hudgioa; recitatiou, Miss Louis Sterl?
ing; vocal solo. Miss Cora Fulford; in?
strumental trio, Messrs. (iordou aud
Reeves; recitation, Mrs. Dr. Carter;
vocal solo, Miss Christine Hiddick;
vocal duet, Mrs. Youug and Mrs. Uud
gins. Hefrosbruouts servd by ladios
of Enterprise Sooicty. Come and spend
a delightful evening.
Tho funeral of Miss Emma Carter,
who died iu Haiti more, took place from
Lotties Memorial Church yesterday
afternoon at 5 o'clock. The exercises
wore conducted by tho Ho v. J.T,
Roiittou, pastor of tho church.
Mrs. J. T. Routten is still at the bed?
side of her sistor, Mrs, J, S, Wallace,
at Nun mo, Princess Anne county, Mrs,
Wallace is 6aid to be very ill.
The largo four masted schooner
Major Hickauds, Capt. T, J, Luith
waitc, is discharging 1,G75 tons of ice
at tho wharf of the Nottingham A
Wreuu Company, The Captaiu has ou
board a party of ladies, consisting of
his wifo, Miss Qrace Hand,ill and Miss
Mariou Merrill, of Portland, Me, The
Vihoiman reporter called on the Cap?
tain and party and was showu through
tho palatial cabin of tbe ship. The
party of ladies have mndo soveral trips
through tbo city and express them?
selves as boiug delighted with our
beautiful aud thriving oity. They will
eucud several days in Night-seeing be
tore departing for their destination,
The W. C. T. U. will meet this p. m.
at 8:30 o'clook with Mrs, Haino on
Tho Atlantic City Juniors defeated
tho Huntorville boys iu n game of ball
plased yoetcidoy. Score: Hi to 12.
Mr. John E. Freuch, of Curve,
Giles county, Va., is on a visit to his
sister. Mrs, W. S. Leake, < bitten
Lawn party last night and to night
on Out ten aveuuo, conducted by ladios
of Third Haptiet Church.
Rev. W. S. Lenke united in holy
matrimony last night at tho Third
Church Mr. Charlie Plummer ami
Miss Minnio ?iiossuot. A reception
was eujoyed by the friends ot the
couple at 14 Johnson nvouuc, whore
they will roeide.
Dr. T. 11. Moran was arrested Tues?
day ou charge ol sailing liquor ou Sun?
day, lie was arraigned before Justice
Huwkes. but owing to tho ahsenco of
thu attorney for tho accused tho case
was posti (mod till to-day,
flection uf oitni'i h.
Columbia Lodge No 4-1,11 O O P,
elocted tho following ollicers Tuesday
night: Qcorge P Reynolds, Bitting
past grand;.! P Epes, noble grand; C
M Mayes, vice grand; .1 H Dim liar, Jr,
secretary; C L Whlchard, permanent
socretary;A K Kruse, treasurer; Rev
Sam W .Small, chaplain.
?SolHuh liintllnte. Vn.
Attention is calleil to tbe advertiso
ment ol this celebrated school lor
young ladies, which will bo found in
auotber column. Parents and guar?
dians would do well to look into this
school. It poasessea merits of a high
order, or it could not so continuously
proaper. It draws pupils from a wide
area; 21 States wore rsprosoutod last
1? i'l elcnliona Maibacri b.-m.
Do yon know that yon cau havo a
second telephone ut your private desk,
which can bo connected with tbo one
in your counting room, so that when
there is a message tor your own oar, or
you wish to engage in personal conver?
sation over the telephone, you cau do
so without leaving your chair'.' All this
costs but little over tbe original ex?
pense of o telephone. Wo wiil send
particulars on request,
je2l-lm J. W. Chews.
The Hin lour siriiu ICitt Mtlr,
The timo has come that straw hats
must go nt and when they chose. W o
havo placed on four large ami spacious
barguiu counters,t. ur separate an 1 dis?
tinct lines of bargains us a beginning to
Counter 1 ?Is laden with about 10
dozen of our regular SI hat that has
gaiued buoIi popularity. They will bo
sacrificed for &oo.
Counted 2- Is a lino for the little
fellows, 75c, SI and $1,25 bats, all
thrown iu 0110 largo heap, and will bo
slaughtered lor Ice,
Counter 3.?Uenllemen, we want to
call your attention to this line. If you
do neod or ever expect to bo in want
01 a line straw hut accept this goldau
opportunity. Never bofore have you
I seen such values.
Every 31.50 aud $2 bat in tbo hou?o
reduced to 31,
Coi;ntrr 4. ?Has a samplo of the
tiuest straw goods in tbe house. Every?
one marked at prices less thau the cost
of production. These goods are all
new mid fresh and mimt be so'd out to
avoid carrying them over.
Don't forget the plan,) and number.
New store and new stock.
qo&dman & HOFnRlUBR,
100 Main street.
Pitcher t ?Jastorf?*,
An Important Session Held Yes
Tho Inspector Reported Fifty-two
Nuisances Abated. Complanit of
Odor Arising from the Crab
Factory. The Atlantic City
The Board of Health held its weekly
moetiug yesterday, with President
Lankford in the ohair.
Tbo Iuspeotor reported sixty-throe
nuisances, fifty two o( which have been
One caso of soarlet fever was re?
Tbe Sanitary Inspeotor was dirocted
to ascertain tue name of the owner of
tbe caual through tbe MoCullough
property with a view to having it
A letter was received from Mr. W.
A. Lcary. tho lumber morcbant, com
plaining uf tbo oder arisiug from the
crab factory on I'lume street. No
action was taken, os it was stated that
disinfecting appursttis bad boon put up
by the owuors oi the factory,
I Tho Sauitary Inspector was in?
structed to see Mr. C. W. Is. el longer
in regard to having his horse ( the In?
spector's) boarded free at the oity
j Tho question of salary of the Reg?
istrar of Vital Statistics was brought
up aud laid over.
It was ordered that the polico report
overy house which is not conceded
with tbe city sower.
Dr. Vance brought up tbe garbago
questiou, aud wan authori/.od to pub?
lish tbe usual notice ou tho subject.
A motion was adopted requesting
the Street, Sowur uud Drain Commis
sinners to enquire into tbo expediency
of disposing of tho garbage of Atlantic
City Word at the city crematory, and
report the result.
All properly approved bills wore
ordored paid, and at 1:15 the Board
TMew Vom truck 'fm Hi i.
Bv Southern Associate.I Press.
Nrw York, Juno 26.?Mnskmelons,
Florida, barrel, 81*3; do basket, ?bea
81.50; do Charleston, basket, S.lOOu
I Blackberries?North Carolina,qnnrt,
I Calle; do Maryland and Delaware,
Huckleberries ? North Carolina,
quart, UcnlUc; do Maryland and Dela?
ware, quart, fiaSe.
Reaches?Georgia, carrier, SI.00a
2.00; do, South Carolina carrier, SI.00 |
a'-'.?l); do do case, nOoaSl.00; North
Carolina, carrier, 81.50a2.60.
Plums?Georgia, wild goose, carrier,
SI,00a*'.00; do cbioco varieties, car- I
Raspberries?Maryland and Dela?
ware red, pint, ScaSe.
Watermelons?Florida and Georgia,
por huudrod, 812a25; do, carload,
Apples?Georgia, carrier, Sl.00al.75;
North Carolina, green, barrel, SI.00a
Cucumbers ? Charleston, basket,
l GOoaT?c; do, Norfolk, basket, 75oa$l.
Cabbages?Norfolk, barrel, 40cu7?c;
, do, barrel crate, iOcaO?c,
F.gg Plaut?Florida, half barrel,
Onions?Virginia and Maryland,
potato, baaket, $1,OOal.12; do barrel,
Potatoes?Rose. 82.00a83.60; do,
Chili red, 82.00a83.25; do poor to fair,
81.50*2; do, culls, 50oa75,
Strmg beans?Norfolk wax. basket,
81.25a81.50; do green, do, 81.00al.25;
do Maryland, wax, basket, 81-75a2,
Squash ?Norfolk, summer, half bar?
Tomatoes?Florida, choice, carrier,
81.25a 1.00; do, common, do. 75caS1.00:
do Suvauuub crate, $1.OOal,50; do Mis?
sissippi, case, 81>00aS1.25.
??aimer A I ro.i Quotations.
Spaoial Disputen to tlio Virginian.
82.50a3.75; cabbage, 40a00c; cukes.
Slal.49; onions, basket. 81.25al,50;
beans, bnlf barrel, 81.25al.&0,
Palmer & Frost.
? In- I'Ol.ll el till' I'ltlOl
1? nn effectual porsualet. unit there are
I inuay persons no unmindful o: tbe symptonii
I ot < ucotutug liisesse ta.it it ?ou? almost
take tunt ileadly trgtituent to iudnce them
t ? . 1" t in ?call tiouary 111 e - u r e a. 1 ho best
o.tu. se i* a recourse to that line botanio
restorer. llo-Uettei * ht mioch l'.itt rs. it
vuiiuuishos innlitria, rheumat sm, kijnov
aiul biaddi r trouble, fuitiDK digestion, bil
ui vm-ii and irregularity of the UowoU, and
eoniulatoly fortilion the system agaiuattheir
further inroads. Its ingredients are.Hann
from nature s storehouse, runs iqiieutly it is
fi e from tiie "b actions attaching lo many
iihsolutaly or so mi mineral remedies, l ou
the delicate, inarm, oonva es out und cl
j derly it is pecol arly b uerieiai. It well
ii ciitj oontinuou* ami systematic um. Take
It at bedtime to induce sleep, und betwoeu
meals tu Htiiuiii .to anpeilte uud digestion.
The medical fraternity concur iu indors?
Campbell's Kpealal Hay.
Weilnesday, Juno 'JOth, I make best
$;i cabinet photos for 81; best SI cabi?
net photos for SI.oil. All other si/.os
at half price. For ono day only. 17U
Do not fuil lo boo Dr. Week about
your oyes. F. 11. Gale.
LECTURE--A DM1 SSI ON 15 CENTS.
Tho l'aitor wi I laoturo THCHSDAY, tho
87th, ata p. in. on '-Tho New Sontn After tho
To on * I he-. 1c turo hss been revised ami
deli v i ro 1 tor tl.e hi no lit of several churches
in Virginia anJ Maryland durlugtbe spring,
mi I . itito n number o engagements have
I.u made for it* delivery next full ami
IBS ClUPER KARBLE WORKS,
in, 113 and 115 Bank St.,
NORFOLK, . . . TIIIOIHIA,
I.atno stock of Finished
MONUMENTS AND HEAOSTONtS.
i?rr.tri\j for p" 01 ? t. p: b., > ,v
WEi'J'Hi:il m.i'inn .
Forecaal for lu-jav.
Wasiiikoton. D. c. .lunc 27, 1895
Kor Vlr^rnii: U.tu In eaitero portion;
fair in weatern poruuu; southerly winds.
l-'or North Carolina: Fair, except rain
ou the luait; southerly wiuds.
Miniature At.ua.kac?Sun rlMS, 4:ii: euo seti
7:21. Illgb water. 12:00 and 12:27 a. m.; low water
ti:3S and 7:02 p. ui.
Local dlutcolOKIcal Daia,
[roB 24 hocus BKonid 8 o'clock last shout.]
U. S. DEPARTMENT of AollICULT?UE, 1
Weather bureau, !
Local Other. Dodsou Building, f
Norfolk, Va., Juue 20. 1893, J
Maximum tomperatiiro. 92
Minimum temper.ituie. 71
Normal tcmporfiturededucted from 20
years' observation. 7!i
Departure from normal.plus 7
Accumulated departure for the mouth 0
Accumulated rieuai tnra siucu Jau. 1 plus 27t
Rnin'all for 24 hours . .00
ltidufall amco tat ot tlio month. 1.6 ;
j. j. Qkax. Obsorver.
THE HUB has won tho game
and "floored" a groat victory
with its S10U. S. NAVY and
BLACK SERGE SUITS?the
"champions" oi all garments.
810?ton "penant winners"?
haTO put THE HUB on a lofty
height, from which it looks
down upon those bouses strug?
gling along with their SIS to
$26 prioes. TnE HUB'S S10
SUITS are wonders ? thoy
nevor "woakeu" or "give out"
?hut aro always reliable,
shapely and up to tho mark.
Thoy are fashionably cut,fault?
lessly trimmed and tintshe 1,
and tit you as though you wore
made for them. Come und sco
tbe "game" THE HUB is
ploying-tho "ONE TRICE
game." Tho cost of admissiou
is small?if tbo "show" don't
please yon -MONEY WILL
BE RETURNED AT TUE
Tailors aud Furnishers.
207 and 209 Main St.
Weclose at 7 p. m., except Saturday,
All Btyles. Must be closed out at
l. O W EST" PRICES.
Walter J. Simmons & Co..
177 MAIN STREBT.
CALL AND SEE THEM._
400 pair of (ieut-i and Hoya' Tan Shoei in
?lebt different style toaaandinall shading
at 10 per eout. abnvo cost.
M. J. MADDEN,
306 CHURCH STREET. NEARLY OPPOSITE WOOD STREET
A MONOTON ?At tbe reideuee of hop
parents No. 'Ji Bute atroit oxttn ed. oo>
We luo<dov, Juno lirtli. ls93. Ht 4 to o'doolj
p. in.. liA A I.I.IK. Infant dui.ghtor of
TI10111.1B J. huiI Miuu.c 1?. Arriui;tuu. used
y mouths huiI 4 days.
The ftuiHTiil ?rill take place from thereat*
deni'o or tho parents THIS (Thursday) AF
TKHNOON ?t ft o'clock. Friends uud ao
quidnuncs are invited to attend.
(La Igor and Noira copy. )
JONES?Yesterday morning, at reaidonce
of ita grandmother, Bra. Charles Fata, .va
471 Church street.OAIIKIK S., infant daugh?
let- ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles IS. Jones, axed
Funeral from nbove resi Icuce THI*
(Thursday) MCUNINUat 11 o clock. Frieud?
of (he family are iuvited.
KAUFMAN?At the residcuco of his par
outs, lay 1 oiu-hurcb street, Weduesdit*
uiorniug at 6 35 o'clock. HENRI MORRIS
infam son of Mike and Pearl Kaufman. agoJ
The 1 11 cr.1l take place from tho above
robideuce THIS (Thursday) MOrlNINO at ?
15IOCJOOD--A1 the reaidenco of her bus*
band, Ja;uo8 C. Hi l;;iio I, lu Naosemoudt
co inty. at 10 p. m.. 011 Juno 'JOth. iS'Jo, Mra
1'JtISCl 1 Li 1!. uilHiOOU, ago I f>7 year*
I uud 11 month,,.
funeral 1 His (Thnrday) AFTERNOON at
3:30 o'clock, from Ohurchtand Bapti??
I Church. (
Mother, dear, thou Ls a left ua,
And thy lu-s ?<? deeply !oe!.
1 ut 'tis (iod that baa botolt us.
Ho 1 an all Oi r totrows heal.
PARKER- At tho reaidenco of hia paronta
No. 3UU Court street, I'or sniouth, Va? June
26th. ia.'5, at 4 a. m., CAHBOiiL QAUBIBL,
infant bou or Wm. ti. VV. and Mary J,
l'AB CEB, aginl :i moaths atid B dava.
>? nil. : at Irom the issid nco TH'ld (T'h'iras
day) AFTERNOON at S u'elo k. FrieuJa
nnd anpwiiutancca aru invited o attend.
LAWRENCE -At the residence, Gl'2 Fifth
street, I'ortimouth. Va? June <i<>, isl'6 at
9:86 a m? SARAH H. LAWRENCE, bolovoj
wie of Mr. .lolinT, I.awron e. ngod .?
roam. 2 montl.b an 1 19 days.
Tho funeral services will take place nt the
residence FRIDAY. June 34th, at 4 p. ra.
Friends und acquaintances aie loipectfully
:nvitod to iittcnd. _m,-.'i
HRRD TIMES! HARD TIMES!
THIS IS THE CRV OF COMPETITORS.
NOT SO WITH ME.
Special Pines foi Ttiuisflay:
Drib 1 I bckhfart ( h' rriei, por lb, lOe.
Finest Fro^h Sardines, pei can. 10.
DeliciOUS Crystal :::.,, ;.or .: iart, tit
Vinegar, per .pinrt, 5c,
H. CLAY PICKETT,
Fancy Retail Grocer,
Q PHONE 755. Hoods delivered free. Q
OOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOC OOOO OOOCO
ONE PRICE HOUSE.
Bargains, Bargains, Bargains
IN ALT. KINDS OF
We are slaughtering all kinds ol Summet
Oboda ti> close them ont for the i-c-aaou.
No > is your ? b ? c? to pun base thorn at
QREA1LV HLblJchU PRICKS.
Floured Oil* di k Price!
RLAOK, WHITE and BUTTER LACES at
SCOTCH OI!fOnAMS and WASH CUF-V
IO is at Hall 1 rice
RLAOK wool, UATT1STE, Fina French
Co da Hull Prii 0.
Our Motto-Low Prices.
Undor the Academy of Mnaio.
MEN, ROYS' AND CHILDREN.
LADIES'SAILORS" AT LOW PRICES
OA! L AND si !. TnEM.
?a>" LOWEST I'JtlOKS,
L. JRGK OLIVER & CO..
Ill M.MS STREET.
FASTEST Milt EVER RIDDEN OH fi BICYCLE!
By Edwards, on a RAMBLER.
Tlio time tmn never been o |ni Ho I. We haven't monkey od muc i with r.iciu;: tut*
season, yet i.AM I'.l.EK ? a o aiw?y? in It.
PORT NORFOLK RACES YESTERDAY.
? A WM Dl CEI?? Didn't do a thing but win every first
If AMD LC llO Place. There were SIX EVENTS;
RAMBLERS won them nil. Als<>, NYE, on:: RAM?
BLER, placed the State record loi one-half mile, un paced,
at 1.14. RAMBLERS are winners?they ate built that
way. Easy running hearings, you know, always do the
work. Call for catalogue.