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The Pctersbiirjs;" "Farmers" Couicl
Do Nothing With tho Norfolks.
McPartlin the New Twirlor Holds
the Visitors Down to Five Scat?
tering Hits. The Boys Were
Full of Ginger and "Get
VVIicro Urn Club* I'lnv t\i-l>siy.
prticrobiiru ut Nttrtitlh
Portumuiiiii m Ijiiicltbursr,
< IC Ich mo ml m ItoanoUct
MuitdluST <>f <l>" ? tul>*.
Won I o t Pot Cent.
Kiebmon I. '?3 .'? .'
Lyuchb?re-. 88 2U f?
Portsmouth. 31 38 1
Petersburg.. 31 3 ?
Norfolk. 2< H .88?
Boanoko. iO 11 ? 1 ??
The Farmer? were trounced yester?
day by Iho Clatns to tho tit tie of 8 to :t,
aud tbo Nor/olk "rooters" wore corre?
spondingly happy. Notwitlistauding
the crippled couditiou of Iho homo
team by tbo absence of Kelly, wbo is
sick, uud the lameusss of t orcoruu,
they played good ball and had life aud
activity about them which never fails
to lend eucbantment to tbo game. They
were full of ginger, all of them being
affected that way, troui "Fop" lo "Iho
little one." CorcorHii's two errors were
not costly, while Uollitlower'e in tight
tiuld was directly responsible lor one
run, although Collie's i?o bugger paid
up well for ihe mistake that he made,
ior that gent.emeu sent in home two
runs in the fourth inning by Ins timely
bit. Everybody in the team made a
hit except Cote, Thornton ami
Aiciiunu. Hut nouo ot them did any
great amount of butting, us they were
only suocessful iu getting eigbl hits oil
Gaffney, and six of these were goiteu
iu the sixth uu.i seventh innings.
For Petersburg Turner got two hits
of the live made and tho errors made
comes witlnu one of being us mauy us
their hits, tome of I hem being very
costly. Five hits for Petersburg, just
think of it, und herein lie* a tale. It
wns from tho tuet Hint Norfolk's new
pitcher McPartlic occupied the box,
uud judging from his work yesterday
be io, to use a slang phrase, ,-u peach.'"
lie la slow in his delivery, but he is as
steady as n clock, only giving one inun
Lis base on bulls. He is u good
bitter too. nn.l while he did not maki
but one hit, ho hit tho hull hard each
time he went tti the bat. Norfolk now.
from the prescut outlook, has a line
corps of pitchers, and with the team
m good order and shape there is no
reason why it bhouhl uot &o right
uloug and wiu,
"Pop" Tuto is oh lull of ginger as u
colt, aud the ho\s tiro being taught
that with Biiftloieubcoutideiiee und de?
termination, a tig lit is half won ut the
.See tho ?corc.
bokfolk. I i'RtKHSHtMUl.
i: H ro K i; it i>o i
MeGaan. 2l<.a r. o l.tpvert, If. ilia
O'li.-. a., ;. 1 '.? l OSanf.iiil, ot-.i. ? o ?.? u
Corcoiau, >a.... 'J l n : ivu irt. J). o o 2 I
Taie. Hi. . . 'J 1 12 OTurn r, lit. . 0 .' 11 ]
Thornton, < I ..001 uU.voi,9 ;I0.... n n i l
Gtier, If. l l i. iVt'k.unii.sa.. . 1 12?
ColHO'w'r, rf... 0 2 i I lsrt-iimin,i'. u o -i o
Cot.-, i-. u v 7 ftp oefrr, rf...... o 0 i I
McPartlln,p.? Oil u i GalViicy, p . l i o o
Total. S _s 27 : j ./f. t'.,)'*i,f ~ ~ 27 t
s. oni. iiv inni.nkh.
Norfolk .1 '< 0 2 0 2 S i) (,-?
rsleraburs .o 0 2 l n o u o o-a
Summakv: Kerned Huns?Norfolk,
8; Petersburg, 1. Two Hase Hits?
Geier and Collillowor. Huso on Halls
?OfTQaffoey. 5; off McPartlin, 1. Hit
by pitched Ball?T?te, Struck Out
By McPartlin, 1; by Gefluoy, 2.
Stolen Buses? MoGaun, Corcoran,
Tute (2) and Cblliliowor. Heft on
Bases?Petersburg, i. Norfolk, (i.
Passed Ball Brennan, Double Plays
?Pender. lleckmun and Tumor, Mt
Gann and Cote. Umpire?Hoggins,
i in- National League Oaiuai,
, . ... R 11
I.ou svil.o.AO 0 0 0 0 (1 0 0 0? 0 -I 1
Brooklyn _ 0 0 1 1 1 0 'I 0 X? 5 U 1
Batteries: - Inks and Spies; Lucid
Cincinnati..2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 - '.' in 3
Boston...2 II 3 U U u 0 1 ??12 14 li
Battories: Parrot t, Phillips aud
Vaugbau; Dolan, Gauzcl and Hyan,
At St, Louis?
St- Lonis.l li l o o 0 0 C? 7 in t:
.New V?r:.. 6 0 0 3 1 1 2 2 0?13 22 :i
Batteries: Kuret, Staley aud Miller;
Busie, Clarke and Wilson.
Busie. started to pitch for New York,
but was knocked out in the first ball of
tue first tuning, Clarke relieving him.
k n e
Chicago..??4 5 (i o 0 1 :! 3 \-l<; 12 i
Philadelphia -0 1 0 0 2 0 3 2 0? 8 15 10
Batteries: Thornton mi l Douobue;
McCill, Ijnmpe and Buckley.
gamo postponed ?rain.
There was no game scheduled to day
between Pittsburg und Wellington.
.\ntca of Ilie I'iuiiinitfi.
McPartlin io from the Kochester
olnb of the Pastern League.
Mcl'urtlin caught on great with the
rooters yesterday by his Mori;.
Kinoella, who Portsmouth claimed
to have signed, lies donned n Toronto
The Boanohe popers givo T?te,
O'fiagan and Kelly a bard rub about
their kicking propensities.
ileckmaii, Petersburg's shprtstop,
naade n beautiful stop of a bard bit ball
ycHlerdny. He just cut "Pop" out of a
bit, thut is all.
??Pop" T?te soys Jimmy Gdman will
arrive here tomorrow and be in the
game again. "Pop" snys he left Cleve
Manager Brady says thnt he bsa re
leased none of bis plovers except Fos
tor. and will not until ue Itwtt?
whether tun three now rueu nro satis?
factory or u-ji. Tlioy utt weut to
ltrcbuiond-ltoanoko gaiao was post?
poned ou ucconnt of raiu yesterday.
The sanio followed with the I'orte
luotilh Lyuohburg game. This won
out led in tho fourth inning with the
Fcoro staudiug iS to 0 iu furor of
When a uion is employed as n man
ager of a baseball club, b-j should bo
manager; or nothing. A mnu who will
allow himself to be culled niauagor aud
not have the authority atteudiug tho
position, either to rolease or employ
men, due or discipline them for fear
of the power behind tho thruuo. should
rctue at once. No man of auy spirit
would accept or keep the position
umlur such circumstances. A man lo
bo u snoofBafnl manager should bo a
thorough disciplinarian, and above all
he should sei the example of being
temperate in ail thing*.
THE ELECTRIC CARS.
Quick Time Made to the Beach. The
The first trial trip ol the "uo pusher*,
no pulloo" cars on tho Ocean View
railroad tool; placo yesterday nftor
iioou, and all bough the full current
waa not on tho remarkable time of six
loeu minutes from Ocean View to Nor?
folk wnx made. The cur was in churge
of Superintendent llnrritt, who acted
motoi mnu, nnd had on board a few
invited guests nnd representatives of
The number of volts ou was 5?0, but
thu capacity of thu dynamos is 75d,
aud yesterday there wero no feed or
ground wires, hence the greatest spocd
to l:e nttained cannot yet be ascer?
tained. A thirty minute schedule ou
week days nud a twouty-miuute one on
Sunday will be inaugurated ns noon as
everything is in running order.
Inilmnnlnl to tin- United Stales ( ou
The North Chiua Daily Nuws, of
Shanghai, contains the following lesti
niouiul, signed by representatives ol all
thu Protestant Ohurohes iu Ohiua und
ptcsontcd lo the Tinted States Consul
tieueriil at Shanghai, Mr. T. It. .lerui
gnn, is well known in this city aud sec?
"The missionaries of the American
Protestant Churches iu China, recog?
nizing tho dillioult nud perplexing
Unties llovolviuy <>u tho United States
(Juiisul-Geueral during the war, and
appreciating the readiness aud prompt
lieb-' with which .Mr. Jaruigau has ut
all tunes given his uid nud influence iu
furtherance and protection of their iu
tcrests, desire to present to bim tins
testimonial ot then siuuuro regard and
acknowledgment of his uufailiug
courtesy aud the unswerving faithful
hush with which be has upheld tho
honor of our country ami n.-. Christum
\ot?-? t roin the Hock bridge Alum
Tlio correspoudout ot the Hiehnmnd
Dispatch writes ireui the ltockbridge
Alum Springs that Prof. lieluz/.u, ol
Norfolk, is here, aud has tnkcu charge
of the children's tiallroom. He will
have dancing classes both public and
private, nud will add most materially
to the pleasures of the little ones.
Last Monday night there was given
nu entertainment in the parlors of the
botul, which allbrdod much pleasure to
a lnr^o assembly of guests. A lancy
dsuce was given by little Miss Stella
Fraukfort, of Norfolk, which elicited
great applause. Tins was followed by
a concert, in which the instrumental
part was by Mi.-s liofllill, of Norfolk,
nu tlio piano, her delicate touch aud
brilliant execution giving greut prom?
ise of lutiire success. Tho vocalist was
Mrs. My er Saal, of Petersburg, whose
rich contralto voice has given mich
pleasure to the company here. She
van tuo numbers uud an uncoro tin
this occasion, ami crowned nu even
iug's enteriaiumeut in a style to bu re?
? ?) I <-l,-pi.? Mih.rrlbi rt.
Do yon know that you cau have n
second telephone at yonr private denk,
which can be connected with the one
j in your counting room, so that when
there is n message lor your own ear, or
you wish to engage in personal conver?
sation over tho lelopboue, you can do
so without leaving votir chair ; All tins
costs but littlo over the original ex
Iponso of n telephone. Wo will send
particulars on request,
je'il-ltn J. \V, Cur.ws.
< lieaapenk? stu, iCxciiraioiie?
'The steamer "Northamptou," of the
Old Dominion Line, leaves the Bay
Line dock, Norfolk, every morning at
7:Ud li. ni., for Mathews ami Glouces?
ter counties, arriving hero on her re?
turn trip about 6:00 p. m. Tins makes
a delightful trip during tho hot wea?
ther. Tore SI.00 for the round trip.
Last .lone Hick Crawford brought
bis twelve-months old child; sufienug
from infantile diarrhoea, to me. It
had been weaned at four months old
and had always been sickly. 1 gave it
the usual treatment in such cases but
without benelit, I be child kept grow?
ing thinner until it weighed but little
more thau wheu born, or perhaps ten
? pounds. 1 then started the father to
giving Cbamberlaiiy'a Colic, Cholera
'und Diarrhoea Remedy. Before one
bottle of tho '_'? cent size had beeu
used n marked improvement was seen
and its" continued use cured tho child,
its weakness nud pauy constitution
disappeared and its father ami myself
believe the child's lifo was saved by
this remedy. J. T. Marlow, M. D.,
Tamaroa, III. Tor sale by all drug?
A lightweight overcoat is a necessity
at i ho seashore and mountains. Our
"Covert" overcoat is just the coat you
want, Nichols .v Wai.i.vi;,
li'.i Main street.
Children Cry fos
A Sad Accident at Ocean View
The Young Man Attacked With
Cramps While Getting Oysters
at Littlo Oay and Fell Into
a Cat Hole. An Unfor?
The death of Mr. John J. O'Neil by
drowuing at Ocuuu View on Sunday
wus cue of the saddest uccideuts that
hau over occurred in this viciuity, and
adds another victim to tho already Ion;;
list ot persons drowned this year.
Mr. O'Neil wus one of tho most pop?
ular young inou in the otty, und was
kuowu to nearly ovury one in it. Ho
was particularly popular with the ous
tomurs of Mr. O. D, Kouney. of wiiose
L'ustuoss hu b. been the Norfolk man
Bgur for over fourteen years.
On Saturday night ia.-t Mr. O'Neil
met Mr. Hubert.I. ?yko ou the streot
aud alter some conversation hu accept*
od Mr. Dyke's invitation to visit tho
Hygeia Club on Htttlu Hay, near Ocean
View, aud remain there over Sunday.
Mr. Dykes culled ut the Bturo of .Mr.
O'Neil about 11 o'clock that night aud
togothor they drovo down to Iho Club
house with liio intention of spending
the nicht and Sunday there.
Heforc leuviug Mr. O'Neil sent word
to his wife iuforniuig bor where ho
was going mid it is BaiU that she uskud
him uot to go dowu there as only the
day before his brother-in-law, Mr.
Arthur I'age, hod bceu seriously in?
ilo laughingly told her that bo
would not bo in any danger uud said
that ho would drive down.
On tho ufrival of the party at Ocean
Vow, about II o'clock Saturday, Mr.
O'Neil called ou his brother iu-law,
who had been seriously injured uud
inquired concerning bis condition,
alter which they went to tbo llygeia
Tbey bad been at tho club but n
short time when Mr. Metcalf, one of
the party, suggested that they go down
the bay und catch somo oysters for
brcaklust, Mr. Dykes tried to dis?
suade tbuui from this, but they were
determined to go nod their determina?
tion cost Mr. O'Noil his life,
I Messrs. O'Neil aud Metcalf secured
! permission from tho watebmuu of ouc
of tho oyster beds to get u few oysters
aud they waded out iu the water Until
it i cached their chests, tho rest of tho
party remaining on shoro and walch
Mr. O'Neil hail a basket ou one arm
aud a bucket on the uthur, and mto
these receptacles tbo bivulvos were
placed by Mr. Metou.t, who wus diving
tor them. The bucket had been tilled
and the basket partly so, wbou sud?
denly Mr. O'Neil's bat blow off. Mr.
Metculf swum after it and got it, but
when he turned to restoro it to tho
owner, Mr. O'Neil was uot to be seen,
Frightened beyond moastire Mr.
Meteall called to his companion several
times, but receiving no answer ami
surmising that ho hud been drowued,
be started lor help. Procuring the as?
sistance ol two gentlemen, who were I
in the party, they returned iu a bout,
but were two late to bo of any assist?
ance. It wns so dark that no tracu of
Mr. O'Ni-il could bo found, and as no
cues were heard, it is supposed that he
never arose atter having unco sunk.
Tbo men used every effort to recover
the body, but it was not in.f.l nearly
2 o'clock that it uns found. Though
every means was used to aid in resus?
citation, all worn without avail. The
body wm- found in u cut hole, where the
water was fairly deep, and when dis?
covered the features and arms were
drawn and twisted, showing almost
conclusively that Mr. O'Neil had been
hi tu, ked ti> cramps,
The body was taken to tbo Oooiili
Y;ow Hotel, where Justice Hawks sum?
moned a jury of itiqueat and viewed it.
A verdi'ci of accidental drowning was
Sunday afternoon tbo remains were
brought to Mr. O'Neil's homo at No 78
Feuoburcb street iu this city, where
hundreds of his friends who had heard
of tho sad occurrence viewed them.
Mr. (I'Neil was !I8 years old aud left
a wife mid two small children,
The luuetal services were held at tho
resideuoe yesterday afternoou uud the
body ?iit taken to Baltimore, the
former homo of tiie deceased, last
night on the Hay Bine steamer for in?
A horse kicked H. S. Shnfor, of tho
Frcemyer House, Middlebnrg, N. Y,,
on I In knee, which laid him up in bed
and caused the knot) joint to become
still, A friend recommended him to
use Chamberlain's Paiu Halm, which
he did, and in two days wus iiblo to be
around. Mr. Shafei has recommended
it to many others and says it is ex?
cellent iur nuy kind ol n bruise or
sprain. This samo remedy is also
famous for its euros of rheumatism.
For salo by all druggists.
What is the eye? Mirror to tho soul,
i Take good care of it. If iu troublo see
Dr. Week, ut F, II. Halo's.
Ophtbtlmogist, What is it ? It
rolfttos to tho eye. See Dr. Week, at F.
Yon say yotir eyes trouble you. Why
don't you consult Dr. Week, the oph
thuliuogist. r.xaminutiou freo at F.
?in Uta (t'rmiB Mile of iiio Mrcol.
Ceo. D. Chose, 171 Main street, but
be is on Iho right sido of prices. Fino
lino of watches, chains, etc., belt buck
les and silver novelties. Prompt at
j tcutloti given to all hinds o! repairs.
?il ? ?? r 1*1 <|I,-ft tt H r .
Handsome line of silver plated ware,
j ice tubs, water sets, tea sets, etc.. at
I Brown A Wolf's, No. 11 Hank street.
DIED OF HEART DISEASE.
Mr. Abraham P. Robertson,Chief En- |
gincer of tho Chatham.
Mr. Abraham P. Robertson, chief ou
giuecr ot thu steamship Chuthnm, of
the Merchants' und Muht-' I,inc. sud?
denly died of hourt diseuso ou his ves
sol yesterday uttcruoun at 4 o'clock.
The Chatham was iu the douk at the
foot of Main street. Mr. Robertson
was sitting iu a chair on deck rending
a newspaper wheu without tho slightest
warmug he full forward upon tho deck
and was picked up by his associutos on
the steamer dead.
Mr. Robertson was lit years of age,
a native of Baltimore aud a man of
fnmily. He had been a sufferer from
heart troubles for n loUg time, and
ouly a few days ago ho wus told by a
physietsu that death might bo expected
at nuy moment.
Coroner Charters was notified and
viewed tho body. Ho deemed un in?
quest uuueceshnry. The deceased was
taken to Oliver's undertaking establish?
ment aud prepared for burial, und will
be curried to /Baltimore this morning
via btoamer. for luturmout. Mr. ltohert?
sou was well knon i] in this city anil
had many friunda here.
MR. PAGE'S CONDITION.
He Will Recover. Another Accident,
in Which Two Men Were Hurt.
Tun Vir.niMAN's account of tho acci?
dent ou the Occuu View railroad, in
which Conductor Pago was injured,
was substantially correct, though Mr.
Pago is not so sorioimly injured as nt
tirst thought. Yesterday his condition
was very favorable, aud Dr. Booth,
the resident physiciau at Ocuau View,
says ho will got welL The other young
man hurt, whoso name Tin: V'.KuiNIAN
failed to get Saturday night, wus Mr,
O. V. Adams, whose w rist was sprained.
Tin: VllKilNIAN Sunday morning
mentioned tlio report that two nieu
were hurt Saturday on the road while
riding ou n high platform car. Tim
VlKulNlAN is informed that tins car was
thrown Iroui tho track at Tabh's Cross?
ing, while the train was running at a
high rale of speed, and that a white
man aud u colored rusu who were rtd
iug ou the repair car were badly hurl.
[\t>ticti if? Muriner?.
Notice is given by the Lighthouse
Board thai ou or about duly 20, 181)5,
a fixed reil leus-lauteru light, illumi?
nating the entire horizon, will be
ostabliabed at a height of thirty feet
above mean high water, ou a red iron
post recently erected ou tho extreme
westerly end of that portion of Dela?
ware Breakwater known as the "Ice
Breaker," inside ot l'ape llenlopcu,
west sldo of the entrance to Delaware
Buy. Delaware Breakwater range,
Fr?nt lighthouse, KSK. K., nearly
7-1(1 mile; Cape lloniopou lighthouse,
SK. 1-lli S.; Delaware Breakwater
range, rear lighthouse, \V. ? S,
Notice is also given that on or about
August l?, is'.i?, u llret-order light will
be established in the tower recently
erected ou the westerly side of the
southerly part ol Smith Island (Capo
Charles), about , mile WNW. \V.
Iroui tho present t ape Charted light,
north sido of the entrance to Chesa?
The light will illuminate the entire
hori/.ou, nnd wili show a group of four
Uli nud a group oi live i?i white Uasbei
every thirty seconds.
Anioiill *>:<i Cellini Mi n.
Weather in cottou belt yesterday
f uture coutracl market in Now York
closed steady after active day's tradiug,
Sales, 172,200 bales. Contracts de?
clined 4 points. August, (5.70 tu 0.77;
October, 0.80 to 0.87; January, 7. to
Liverpool luturo coulract market
closed quiet and steady partially
1 04th lower than ou Saturday.
Bar silver iu London lib 1) lftd, de
oliue of d.
l ulled States ports received 822
bales eolton yesterduy, against :'.iil
bales last year and 1,657 bules in 18'J2.
it a re it i ii lliiiiiurw. liiiiiiiiiii,
Johnson China Co. will oiler their
cutiro stock of china, glassware, lamps,
dinner, tea and toilet setH, etc.. nt cost
for the ne\t thirty days to make room
(or their fall slock, 'i'?ulr stock being
one of the largest iu too city this will
give the public a chnucu to stock up ut
greatly reduced prices. Call and in?
spect tho stock at 20 and 31 tirauby
Attention is callod to the seebednle
of the Ocean Viow railroad. All trains
will run ou regular timo to day.
Vcrr I'tunOltl i ?? itilon Itoclc Itrntiilr,
Direct importation. 'This article has
no equal fur family and medioiual pur?
poses, especially at tho priseut season
when bowel troubles are so prevalent.
Physicians prescribe it iu their pruc
lice with porfeel reliance us to its age
and purity. Pure port wine from
Oporto, Portugal, obtained direct with
special reference to its offioacy in simi?
lar derangements of the system. 'Tho
stock of liquors, which, cordials, cbam
paigue, etc., al Burrows' Drug store,
cannot bo siir; assod, if equalled, by
any establishment iu tho country.
'The interest m the Massey-Pilot suit
is increasing duly, so is the hont. If
you want to keep cool get an electric
fan. We have them in stock; don't
have lo trait. Iv. It, Cobb, No. Hill
Dr. N. Jackson, llomceopatbist.
Office, Moritz building; Residence, Ho
to! Norfolk; phone, 280. .Iy7 eodtf
toed Coffee simply delicious) nt
Mac's. Try it, und you will drink
nothing eise this warm weather.
Best and cheapest in the city. Sup?
ply just received. Call or drop postal
, tu B, Steinbilbcr, Telephone K .change.
A special reduction in sterling silver
for the month of .luuo. Bridal presents
very low. Chaaninn .V Jakeman.
Iced Tea ut Mac's, Ice Cream at
I NEWS IN n NUTSHELL
Captionless Items That Afibrd
Excursionists in the City. Births and
Deaths for the Year 1894. Bailed
for His Appearance Before
the Grand Jury. Person?
al and General.
Slightly warmer weather may be ex?
pected to day.
Mrs. A. Adler is summeriDg at the
Arlington Cottage, Virginia Beuoh.
The scboouer Sally aud Klien were
Bold by a U. S. Marshal yesterday to
Cupt. Wui, Lander for $170.
Teu conches crowded with excursion
isla arrived from Bicbmond via the
Norfolli, uud Weslarn railroad.
Mieses Mollie and Ciattie Clomau, of
Hamilton, N. C, are visiting Mrs. J.
J. .Iouo9 at 12 Feuchuroh street.
A child died nt tho Infant Sunitarinm
at Virginia Beach Suuduy and the re
maius were brought to ttiu uity Sunday
Dunug the year of 1894 there were
iu this city l.lil'J liirthR, t'i07 white aud
502 colored; deaths, l.Oil?; white, 17U:
Aarou Stoiubury,charged with house
breakiug, wua bailed for his appearance
before the grand jury in the sum of
$:(00. George Nelson security.
The Merritt Wrecking Company's
BtoAmer 1. J, Merritt,which was tiahore
at Kill Devil Hill, N. C, so long, has
been repaired nt Newport News.
Misses Mollie and Guttie Cloman, ol
Hamilton, N. C, arrived in tbo oity
Sunday, uud are visiting Mrs. J, J.
?tones at No. 12 Feuchurch streut.
Miss Mary C. Ferratt is visiting in
Farmville, From thoro sho goes to
Wilmington, N. 0,, to visit rolntivos,
aud will ba absent until the 1st of Sep?
Iu the Court of Law and Chancery a
decision wus yesterday rendered for
tbo defendaut in tho ease of Kstello
Copelaud. aguiust Bacbracb & Bro., to
recover furniture valued nt $400.
Tbo pastors of St. Mary's Church
left Sunday oveuiug for Washington
to attend a retreat for the clergy at
Georgetown Collego, which concludes
Saturday moruing. During thoir ab
sence sick calls will be attended to by
Futhor WierBmn, of St. Joseph's
i Coloredi Catholic Church on Queen
street, whose residence adjoins that
Now inru '1'ritcK Jlnrliet.
Uv Southeru Asaooiata i Press.
New York, July ]">.?Mnskmelons?
barrel, Slat.0(1; do basket, 75oa82.00.
Blackberries ?Marylaud und Dela?
ware, quurt. Icu5c.
Peucbes?Georgia, carrier, 70c.aSU;
do oase,50ca$1.25; do South Carolina,
carrier, 75caS3; do case, ?tlcul.'-i?; do
North Carolina, carrier, Slal.7?; do
Mary laud aud Del ware, crate, 40a75c;
do liusket, 25a50c.
I'lums?Wild gocse, carrier, $1.25
al.70; do case, 50u75e.; do Bolun,
Crapes ?Florida, case, 81.50a3.00.
Fears Le Conte, burrol, S2a3.25;
do crate, 5Qa75c; do Maryland und
Delaware, era to, .si.
Watermelons - Hundred, SlOaiO; do
Apples?Maryland nnd Delaware,
Huckloberries ? Maryland and Dela?
ware, quart, lui'c.
Cucumbers ? Norfolk, barrel, 75ca
1,00; do basket, 2Ta35c.
l-.gg Plant?Florida, half barrel,
S1.25a2.00 do barrel crate, S2a4.00; do
Charleston, basket. 7?caS1.25.
Ouions?Maryland, potato basket,
81.00n$1.12; db barrel. SS9ca2.25; do
Virginia potato, barrel, S1.75a2.00; do
basket, N7oa.-M.U0; do Tennessee,barrel,
Chili, red, Sl.50al.75; do culls, ;"()ca.?l.
Tomatoes?Sevan nab, crate 70ca$1.00;
do carrier, Sl.0(la$l,50; do Charles?
ton, earrior, $l,fJOal.50; do Norfolk,do
I'oili t- <'ouri.
JuMieo BurroiigliH lined Dennis
Michel, white, 82.25 for breach of the
John Cbadick, colorod, obtaining
mouey under false preteuso from S. S.
Solver; given thirty days in jail,
Sam Wassermau, Jr., white, assault
on Levy Walker; lined 81.75.
isc:t: 11 %us,
riMIK VNNUAL MF.KT1NO OK STO K -
1 holders of THK NO II KOLK TERMINAL
I.AXU i O.HI'ANY, ol NoriolU. \ a., w II bu
huhl at IU o'clock a in . nt Atlnutie Motel,
N n 10 k, \ a . u TUB8HAY. .nilv ;iuth, lwj,
l'.y ordv. o' the Pros ilent.
JOHN A. WELSH.
Je29.iu 1,10,23,30 Secretary.
MAIiTIN?Mr. anil Mrs. Tlioinns M. Mar?
tin, rormerlt of Portsmouth, but now of
.Malliews county, lost l>y tleath their little
daughter, Ml HI AM M. Suiulay, .Inly Hth.
l- aged 2 yoara, n mouth* au.t vts days.
Knnerul Muuilay, July lath. In Mnttiuws '
(Portsmouth F tor. llaltimere and Hiohmond
papors please copy.)
HUM PH It t KS?AI the riai?oiie- of her
EOll-iu law, Mr. Walter A. fiicklliau, Nu. 115
w in. s -r avenue. Ilrambleton iMoiidav, .inlv
15th, ut 12 o'clock, MAftV S. HUMI'fJUIKS,
ajioil r.7 years, widow of the Into Young
Tut, funeral will take pi.u o this (Tnen
4?V) A KTKRNOON at 3:30 o'clock from the
Spurgeou Mi iiieri.il I'apii-t i hurcli, i ram
I bl ton, Krieii'is and acquaintances respect*
tally invHoil io attend,
wii.son Sunday morning, nt his late
res deuce, No. ;is (-'alter street, THOMAS
the mm mble works,
hi, 113 and 115 Bank St.,
NORFOLK, - - . VlROlNfA,
1 in go Stock ot Finisbod
1 MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES.
1 *?ri:t.my ftsraMaf RDIATKDELIVERY
vi ? :i a iit .it ii i.I'm ii i .
?Vorccnat lor io-dni'i
WaSHIXOTOX. D. C...Inly 10, 18M
Pot; Virginia; Showers; probably clear
[ inj; ,u ilie aftetuoou; southerly winds,
For North Carollua: Showo-s: prohn
bly clearing iu the afleruoou; ?outberly
alUtlATUBH Ai.masac? Suu rises. 4:01>: lua sets
123, High water. :s:04 aud 4:02 a. ui.; low water
?:ss aud 10114 p. in.
Local ITlelooloeical Datiu
(FOR 21 UOUIIS KNDINO 8 O'CLOCK last NIGHT,]
U. 8. DEPABTIIEKT OK AolllCCLTCllF., 1
WraTHKR BOttBAU, ?
Local Ofliee. Uodsou liuildiug, f
Norfolk, Ya., Jttlv 15. 1893, J
Normal temperature deducted from 24
Departure from normal.
Acdumulate.l ileuaiturc siuca Jan. 1...
ltniufHll for 24 honm .
Hainfitll since 1st of tho month.
J. J. Qbav. Observer.
t'liai e r (Granted.
In the Corporation Court yestorday
a charter was granted to tho Hodgson
Sustennto Company, with a capital
stork ol uot leas than $5,000 nor moro
than S2?.0U0. Tho oQicor.8 of the com?
pany are: John L. Roper, president:
Tliomus W. Sheldon, vice-president,
aud \Y. 1), Roper, secretary nud trea?
surer. The above and A. F. Ivoerner
and If. E. Hodgson are the Beard of
A l Auction To-day.
R, R. Morris, manager, will sell at
his unction-house at IU o'clock this
morning a large line of furniture, enr
pects, crockery, glassware, etc,, also
piauos and organs.
rvi e: rsi' 3
Of nil tho great attractions
of TUB HUB'S WONDER?
FUL PRICE -CHALLENGE
SALE?tho grandest and
greatest bargains are theso
ST.TiO SUITS. Think ot get?
ting elegant SIS and ?20 gar?
ments nt snob an insignificant
price? aud they're all made of
choice BANK? ?CKBURNS,
CHEVIOT'S. HOM ESPUNS,
FINE BLl'E nud BLACK
SERGES. Thin ix the way
everything in THE HUB'S
mammoth establishment is
selling during this GREAT
CHALLENGE SAL!'. Goods
iu every department are sell?
ing at a tremendous rate and
these very S7.?0 SUITS urn
going as fast us moil can put
them on. The good bargain
tidings of this great sale
spread far and wide like wild
lire -one buyor alter another
repeating the marvelous "bar?
gain chapter," Come one
come all?this ECLIPSING
PRICE CHALLENGE SALE
will give you such values ns
wero never conceived by tho
must sanguine money-saver
values that "ehalleiiite" all ?
and values that cannot bo
equalled by nil other Houses
Tailors and Furnishers.
207 and 209 Main St.
GREAT REMOVAL SALE
Pianos, Organs and Pictures
FOR THIRTY DAVS, AT
Ames & Burk's.
H?ing compelled to vi cato tin- building
occupied by nu for 4 year* w* will offer t?
purcuaaers tbe following I i mos and Or?
gans froh! well-known makors st greatlv re?
Onu Sommer Upright, inshogouy ottso,
$3"i0: regular price. %4t'U.
One Uauerwoiktrr Upright, mnhogon/
case. 520!); ronnlar price, $350.
Ouo Kverott Upright, msbogonv case,
$32$: rogulur price. 14'U
Two Kverett t prightg, mahogouy ease,
t3 ;U: rogular pri -r, $45')
Two Kvoratt Upi ights, walnut caso, $400|
regular prico, $530.
Si\ Webster Uprights, waluut csbo, $S2;?
regular price. $t-J?.
.-o>on liradbury's, Upright, $100; regular
Three MuPhail s, luright. $325; regular
'J.wo Lester's I'piight. $ ISO; regular prioe.
Two Deoker Bros.. ij.V.P.
Twolre Wearer Organs, regular price,
Sltfl lor -590. Four Weaver Uijriis, regula*
price, V? for 571. Thirty Utory Jc Clurlr
Urgau?, al prices. Knur second-bam]
ii ones, as good us uew. regular price .*??.! 59
for *t.?f. One bundrei picture', puirehaseJ
for the conutig Xmas- trade, rogular price*
*>2: now SI.33 to 11.40. Itemi-iuber, these
pi ices only good for 3.1 days. Cad enrly aui>
so tiro a bargain. These goods arc to be
sohl ou easy terms to doss out the- stock. ,
"IM BT THIS ?"
$J.00aud f 2 5O UAT.S, now (1.60.
l.QM ?? ?? 1:00.
1.00 - " t?.
Walter J. Simmon.5? & Co.?
177 MAIN street;
We close at 0 o'clo k. Saturdays excepted*
Sprat ley Bros.
ONE PRICE HOUSE.
ALL NEW AND FKESH STOCK. Our 20,
I", 3u aud 4C'C Etnhroitleries, 19c.
19c. 13c. 19C.
OUlt 30, 35, 39 AN1J 450
Hiinsook and Swiss EMM I
This Week Special. I9c.
TUlS is- one o: out gr ato-.t Specials o! th*
seasou. llu se will not l ist long
at ?lb iow price ot
1? Cents !
Our Motto-Low Prices.
J-?g, .MA1X SSI* W 3 v 15 *JV
Under the Aeadeni) o( Miiiiio.
i 101 cms. 101 CM.
Q I will, f: en now en can ?. a
q ls:g- ant selected stock "t this
Q fruit nud Hie public will appre
5 date a place where this cold,
Q In duns in Inn can be gotten and
q dclivorntl any hour "'. the tlay.
O Do not fail iu pla.-e your orders
THE YflliH? KROGER, i
? H. GLHY PICKET?,
^ *3 Market Plncc.
? PIloNT. 73"i. Goods deliver*I free.
"YOU ALL KNOW WE LEAD P
Victor, Smalley, ... A \ ...
Crescent. Overland, / /g^A /'f\ \
Ideals, Credenda \ % r/lgf V 0 ))
BICYCLES T ? ?
Call and see full line of abov2 BICi'CLES. . . .
Bathing Suits, Fishing Tackle,
Athletic Goods livery Description.