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60V. ?'FII TESTIFIES
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~~Mr. Uytil questioned Gov. O'Ferrall
in regard to tbe oust of tlio books to
the State beforo and after 1891.
To Mr. Tboui Gov. O'Ferrall said he
did uot believe the uian who wrote tho
article iu tho Pilot hud auy reliablo
information on which to base his
Judge Kirby, of Staunton, testified
to the good reputation of Mr. Massoy.
To Air. Wise Judge Kirby said ho
was related to Mr.Massey by marriage.
To Mr. fbom ho said he was related
to Mr. Gibbs, of the Pilot, by mar
Mr. Aifriend, of \ lokery & C o., was
recalled uud exi>!aiiiotl tho exebango
book list, The pluiutitl" bore rested
Mrs. Johnson, tho wife of the ltev.
H. E. Johnson, of the Virginia Cou
fereucc. formerly the wife of Mr. Fat
ish, was culled. To Mr. Wise
she said Mrs. Massey visited her in
Obarlottosville alter tbe t uuada trip
that Mrs, Massey told hor that Mr.
Womaok was very kind i hocking their
baggage, paid then bills eud arranged
To Mr. Neely. said she was nover
able to satisfy herself as to exactly the
meaning ol what Mrs. Massey said, ax
to whether or not Mr, Womaok paid
tho expenses with her own mouey.
She did not remember positively that
Mrs. Massey said the trip did not cost
her a cent.
Capt. Wiso asked the witness If she
didn't,in her lirtt version ol this affair,
say that Mra.Massey told her that "the
trip didn't cost us u cent."
The plaintiffs aouusol fought the
asking of this question, but the Court
In reply Mrs. Johnson said that she
rep. at, d the conversation ouce after
it occurred, and ou that occasion she
said that Mrs. Massey told hor that
??the trip didn't cost uh a cent."
Mr. Neely thou asked which of her
statements is correct.
She replied: l no last one.
Col. \V. T. dames was oalledand said
that the witnesses who haul they would
not believe him ou outh were his polit?
Air. J. W, Ilnrtwell, a lawyer of
jRoauoke, sail. Col. Jarno?' repntatiou
Capt. Giles W. Ii. Hale, Mr. B, A,
Davit, Lewij Morgan: I.. A. Came,
of Franklin, testified that Col, .tarne?'
reputation was good.
The court tbeu adjourned,
k.uttlii. lalntitl Mi? hi l.lstlti Vtiaael.
Notice is given by the Lighthouse
Board thnt, on or ubotit August 7,
Is:1"., Feuwick island shoal light vessel.
No. 5-, moored about lour mnea LJSli
; 13. from Feuwick island ahoul, oil'the
coast oi Maryland, und about live and
one eighth Hillen NE, , K. from Isle ol
Wight sboal, will be removed from ibe
station lor repairs, and in her position
there will he moored h whistling und a
bell buoy, each painted red. Due
notice ol tbe return of the vessel to her
Station will bo given. This notice
affects the hht of lights uud log signals,
Atluuticuud Gulf coasts, l^.'?, page 82,
No. 480, and tho list of beacons and
buoys, Fourth Lighthouse District,
1S94, pages 12 uud II.
t iriiuti in ilr.ntiii View.
The nudieuco which witnessed the
performance of Cyroue ami her com?
pany at Ocean View yesterday was ono
of the largest of the seusoc und ull were
delighted with thoentertainmout. Oy
reue and M'lle Tonrner in "After the
Hull Tight" dance and Miss Touruor'a
trapeze performance, along with the
ekirt dance of Cyrone made up ?> pro?
gramme enjoyed by all. Performance
given free daily nt 1 and 8:30 p in.
Inn llu&lil in IttrUtl 11,1?.
Then call to see us. You can posi
tively save money. Prices cut lo make
boi weather business, r-co tho put fed
lifting coreets in our east window at
50c anil 75c; half wool ldnck and navy
serge, 15c yard; ull wool black und
navy serge, 25c yard, 27-iuek white
lluunel, 15o, worth 25c; Mi inch twill
cotton crash, ,'::c yard. Hosiery, Milk
mitts aud gloves, Jersey rib vests and
ribbon- ut money saving prices. Mod
ern Bargain Store. Levy t.ros,, 171
We have just received another lot of
those celebrated Manhattan negligee
shirts, high and low collars, in neat
etiects. Seo what we ore doing with
Btraw hots. Any 81.50, SI.75 uud $2.00
hat in the house lor 31.00,
OoiiDMAN A HoFFHEIMRR,
._ 100 Main street.
The interest in the Massey Pilot suit
is increasing daily, so is the bsat. If
you want to keep cool net an electric
lan. Wo have thetu in stock; dou't
have to wait. K, K. Cobb, No. 100
i o Tele?limit, MibacrIbers.
Do yon know that you can have a
second telephone at your private desk,
which can be connected with the one
in your counting room, so that when
there is a message tor your own ear, or
you wish to engage in personal conver?
sation over me telephone, you can do
80 without leaving your chair? All this
oosts but little over tho original ex?
pense of a telephone. Wo will send
particulars ou request,
je21-lm J. W. Crews,
Clieanpi-ttKu llsv Kxcursiam,
The steamer "Northampton," of the
Old Dominion Line, leaves tho IJuy
jLiuo dock, Norfolk, every morning nt
7:00 a. m., for Malbews ami Glouoes
tar counties, arriving hero on her re?
turn trip about 0:00 p. m. Tins mukt-s
a delightful trip during the hot wea
Iber. Faro $1,00 for the round trip.
liavo you consulted Dr. Week in re
feronoe to your eyes? If uot, don't fail
to sec him, F U Gale.
RECEIPTS OF MERCHANDISE.
Reported by the Secretory of Cham?
ber ot Commerce.
The receipt? of merchandise et Nor?
folk, Va., (or tbo mouth of Juue,
1805, es oompiled at tho Chamber of
Commerco were as follows:
Lumber, foot 30,303,078; logs,, feet
9,850,917; stures, m. ?ItlO.StiU; shingles,
m. ;i,-lt'>7,700; railroad lios, m. 0.S8S;
hoy, tuna 2,000; corn, Imshois 21,302;
outs, bushels 17.200; meal, bushels 23,
?ld, nee. bushels 705; bruu, bushels
21.720; wheat, bushels, 12,200: peuuuts,
bugs 25,15*4; OolVee, bags 688; sugar,
biirrcls 2,023; molasses, etc., barrels
051; oiiecse, boxes 1,815; butter, tuba
1,251; Hour, barrels 20,958; Hour, bugs
it,089; pork, barrels 171; beef barrels 'J 1;
Usb, barrels 8.040; nab, boxes 150;
meal, built, pouuds, SSI,191; meat,
tierces, 1: meat barrels, 7()(i;
meal, boxes, 1,303; lard, tierces,
lt'ii'.; lard, OBSCH n-S; lord. tubs,
734; oil, coal, barrels 0,015; oil, cot?
ton seed, barruls 2,145; ooltou seed
meal, bushels 20,120; fertilizers, tons
1,429; hides, packages 3.002; horses and
mules, head 280; hogs and Sheep, head
058; cattle, bead 015; naval stores, bar
rid* 1,407; potatoes, barrels 54,948;
triick.burrols I7,959;ti nek, boxes 53,030;
egg.-, barrels 89; eggs, crates 1,026;
salt, sacks 1,290; coal.Pooaboutaq, Ioiih
80,733; pig iron. Ions 0,700; coke, tous
20; tobacco, leaf, hogsheads 2,981; to
bauco, leaf, tierces 050; tobacco, luuf,
eases ?17; tobacco, mauulactured, pack?
A Well Known Voiiiik .Uun Arrcilrri
Mr. \V. M. blackley. a well known
young man id the city, was before
Justice Burroughs in tlio l'olicu Court,
yesterday churgrul with obtaining
money under. Inlsu proton*es.
Tho complainants in tho case aro
Messrs. VY. Ii. Pulford ami E. Li.
White. 1 ho speciliu charges aro tbat
Mr. Blackley gavo a oheok for 510 ou
Burmas Sous & Co., bankers, to W.
I/, h'utforil, nud ouo of $."> ou the sumo
bank lo Ii 1.. White, knowing that hu
had no money iu tho bauk. The ouse
was postpone.! till thin morning, ami
Mr. Blackley was sent to juil iu default
of n bond ol $250,
He claims to bo innocent; that ho
whs in the habit ol putting his money
in the bauk, nud expected to haro it
there to tueet tho cheeks.
Virginia ("olloifo i?r Veiuil Ladles,
Tin: VlltQiNtAN has received the an?
nual Biiuouuoeineul of the Virginia
College for Young Ladies, at Roauoke,
Va., ol which Rev. William A. flurria
is presidrut. This is among thu lure
most colleges for tho lustruotiou of
youug ladies in the United States, ami
tho high reputation it hue achieved
may be hi own lliut besides having
pupils Irom all tho adjacent States,
there ore many from nil over the eotiii
try, even us far us I'ulilornia.
Connected with the college stuff are:
Miss I.oih V. CorpreW, M. A., in?
structor iu French, (ierinau nud Latin,
und Miss Adelia T. Corprew, teacher
of piano, guitar, harp, banjo and mau
doiiu. Tlie-o Indies are from NorlolU
und are very well known here. The
next session of tho collego begins
Thursday, September 12tb,
I ti e It li ii liitl I HlflknjM
Pry was the opposing pitcher yoator
day, aud yel Portsmouth met with nu
J here is entirely too in nob "knock?
ing" going on among tho members of
the Pol tHinoutb team.
Rouuoke could only got eighteen
hitaoll' Brandl und Hallmao yesterday.
Hallmnu wont iu after braudt was taken
out in the lillh inning. The "Truck
err" piled up seven error?.
'Ihn Richmond Correspondent of
Tin: VntuixiAN furnishes the following:
"It is now taid that while ? .Barley"
Kinn wus on thut spree in Roauoke lie
insulted Manager Wells and tho two
came to blows, Wells coming out lirat
best, His reported about hero that
Kaiu's friends may make on attack on
We.is. "barley" is very popular, but
many of his mo?-t enthusiastic ad?
mirers think the manager did right in
suspending him. Wells is appatently
much troubled about the a flair."
Poll re court.
Justice Burroughs yesterday had a
Alberta Thompson, colored, throw?
ing n pun of water on tho daughter of
.lame? E. S mins; lined costs.
' Henry Wells, colored, carrying a
concealed weapon; tilled S2d und costs.
Henry Wells und Henry Browu,
colored, stealing bed clothing fn>m
Annie lliggiu?; sent to juil for six
Reuben Cray, colored, obstructing
tbu highway; fined $2.25.
(iarland tiale, colored, assault on
Ernest Nolsou, white; lined ?10 aud
Win, Mathews, colored, escaped
prisoner; reooinuiitted to jail for ton
W lien I rui olins.
Whether on pleosuro bent, or holi?
ness, tako on every trip n bottle of
Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasant?
ly und ofleotUally ou the kidneys, liver
und bowels, preventing fevers, head
; aches and other forms of sickness.
Por tale in 50a aud SI bottles by nil
leadiug druggists. Manufactured bv
tbo California Fig Syrup Co. ouly.
A special redaction in sterling silver
for the month of June, bridal presents
very low. Chiiaiuan .v Jukoman,
Ophtbalmogist, Whut is it? It
relates to tho eye. Seo Dr. Week, at F.
??ilvor l'iiil.-it \\ nr. .
Handsome lino of silver plated waro,
ice tubs, water sets, tea bete, etc., at
brown \- Woll's, No. 11 Rank street.
iced Cotlee (simply delicious) at
Mac's. Try it, and you will drink
nothing else this warm weather.
if torn nAci\ Acnns,
Ot you are all u-.iri- o-.-.t, r -a'!v cowl fnrnoUl?
I/nr. II Is ii tl debility. Try
MiOHN'i. litOH II ITTERS.
ttwUl vau. clean?o j-our liver, and giTI
The Proposition of the Subway
The Select Council Non-Concurs with
the Common in Granting Certain
Privileges. Citizens Protest
Against it. Conference
An adjourned meeting of the Select
Council was held last night with Presi?
dent Wiustou iu the chair and the fol
lowiug membcis present: Wreun,
BeasleVi Cooke, Prince, Broughton,
Briggs, Bunting, Rowland.
1 lie president stated that the meet?
ing was hold for tbe purpose of con?
sidering tbe telephone question and
such other basiuess as may be brought
Clerk Stead read the ordinance
giving the Subway Company the
right to construct an under ground
tclephono system in Norfolk. Also a
communication from Mr, J, A. Helviu,
in which be explained the proposition
of the iSubwny Co nipuuy.
The olork also rend a communication
from a uuxnber of citizens piotoatiug
ugaiust crunt lug tho franchise.
Several days ago tho Cloctrical Com
putiios of Norfolk euteretl a protest
against granting the use of the etruets
to tho Subway Company, which, at the
instance, of tho uresideut, Mr. Willcox,
read tbe protest, which was a very
Tho ordiuanco having been adopted
iu tho Common Council by u vote of 10
ayos und no nays, the clerk read the
committoe's report at the request of
Mr. Cuckc, and Mr. Prince usked if
the vunotis electrical companies were
allowed to appear before that commit?
Mr, Prince said tho reason ho askod
tho question was that he saw u number
of goutlomen present who wero inter?
ested ami that they did uot have a
chance to appear before the committee,
Mr. (Jooke said they did not come be?
fore the committee uud could uot lie
much interested. He said ho thought
auy botly who had given any attention
kuew tbut the committee would meet.
Tho president explained how tbe
committee was appointed aud how
the committee nutl met, saying he did
not dcvire to he considered a member
of the committee, as he was opposed to
tho action of the committee, and tho
report of oominittoo was said to bo
The Wrcnu said the representatives
of tut. various electrical companies did
appear beioro the gonorul committee,
but not before the speoial committee.
Mr. Heuslcy moved to c.ouciir with
tho Common Couuoil. The mutter was
thou discussed by Mr, Wreun, ami Mr,
Willcox asking Mr. Wreun n question.
Mr, Oooke protostod aud autd Mr.
Willcox wus not u member ol the body
uud luid no right to address the botly.
1 ho President said he wuuld request
Mr. Willcox to refrain till a more up
Mr, Prince said bo did not intend to
rolled upon the special committee, but
he wanted all ol the interests to have a
hearing uud moved that tho matter be
referred back to the commit
tee, It was seconded by Mr. Cooke.
Mr. Wreun thought it best
to iisvc a meeting of the committee of
iho whole, so that all can be beard.
Mr. Wreuu said hu would uot serve it I
the question was seut back to the spe?
cial comniittoe. Mr. Cooke endorsed
Mr. Wren it's remarks and suid he ulso
would not serve ou u speoial committee,
Mr, Broughton thought the best
Illing to do would be to uou-coi.cur
with the Common Council and ask that
the mutter ho sent to a committee of
Mr, Beasley said he would like to
know why the guutlcmuu hud uot ap?
peared to protuet before tho Common
Tbe preeidont said bo did uot think
I he Councils hud a right to adopt a
resolution thut they would not hear
citizens interested in city utluirs and
then hold committee meeting without
giving them a chance to be heard.
Mr. Heuslcy spoke ou the question,
und Mttd lie thought the public wus in?
formed, and the liest thing to do
would be to pass the ordinance,
A voto was taken, ami this branch
refused to concur with the couimou
branch by a vote of -1 ayes, ."? nays.
The matter was then referred to a con?
ference committee and Messrs,
liroiightoii and Prince were appointed
from the Council.
other matters of no general public
interest was transacted and the meet
THE COCKADE CITY.
Many Matters to Interest Petersburg?
ers in Norfolk.
Special Dispatch lo The Virgintau,
Pbtbksburo, Vs., July lb.?The
negro Robert Kidley, who was con
victed a few mouths ago in tho County
Court ol Sussex ot murder iu the drat
degree und sentenced to be hanged on
duly Huh. 18U?, will not be executed
to-morrow, Judge U. A, llauoock hav?
ing granted a writ of stipersedeas stay?
ing the execution of too sentence until
he can look into tho case. Kidley is
conliued iu the jail of this city, where
ho lius been evor since his trial and
ticneral John Atherloy, of Philadel?
phia, who bus leased the Southern
Hotol in this city, to.,,, charge of the
building to day. Gen. Atherloy has
lessod tho hotel lor one year, with the
privilege of life years at u rental of
$1,000 per annum.
The July term of the Hustings Court
of Petersburg, Judge I. W. Mullen,
presiding, opened tins morning at 11
o'clock. Tho grand jury indicted
Moses Taylor aud George Henderson,
two negroes, for felony. Taylor has
left town and ban not yet beeu appre?
hended. Henderson was tried aud ao
q ull ted.
'I lie ?tiiillnrltiiu 'leu in Vlrelulo
lli-ni Ii in ill.- .liier? Cuiiaira.
To morrow evening there will be
mgUB ami sounds of pleaemo and mirth
in the Cottage Row at Virginia Baaob.
A high tun will be given at the Myers
cottage from 7 till 10 p. m., for tho
benelit of tbo lnfaut Sanitarium, undur
the auspices of the following most pop?
ular putrouesses: Mesdaiues Barton
Myers. DJ Boswell, F S lav lor, M T
Cooko, John B Todd, J 12 Etberedgo,
J T Ally u, K E De Jaruett. Judge W
B Martin. M (ilenuan, J E Allen,James
Y LeiKb, Fred Urceuwood, \V D Crow
ell, Mus K N Starke, Mrs W F irviao, -
Mrs Gco D Armstrong.
Tho illumiuatious and decorations
will be pretty and attractive, fauhiouod
alter tbone generally produced at tbe
great fotos at Newport uud Naraganset
Pior. Tho tou will bo from 7 p. m. to
10 p. m. Coffee, tea and eaudwitohes
will be furnished dm nig the entire
part of tbu lea. Contributions of ice
cream aud cakes, also cotnlies aro re?
quested ami must not be sent down not
lator tbuu tho 5:20 tram on Saturday
afternoon. This will be the fete even?
ing ut tho Bench, and the cottagers
uud guests at tbo hotel are working
together to make it indeed u gala night
ami ouo of great benelit to tho treasury
of tho sanitarium, Don't fail to go
down and help tbo noble Indios iu their
charituldo oll'orts to moirow night.
> ? iv lurk '1'rucU nnrurt.
Hv Southoru Aisouiato I Press,
Nrw York, July IS. ? Muskmeloni?
Hurrel, 51a 1; do basket, 7?oa$2.
Blackberries?Maryland aud Dela?
ware, quart. 2$oa5o.
Plums?Wild goose, carrier, 81.25
al.7?; do case, 50aT."ic.; do Bolen,
Crapes ?Florida, caso, 81.50a3.00;
do Georgia, basket, 20a25c.
Pears?Lo Conto, barrel, 82a'J;
do ernte, -lOa??c.
Wnterniolons?Hundred, JSalS; do
Apples Maryland and Delaware,
llnckieborries?Maryland and Dela?
ware, quart. -laUo.
Peaches?Carrior, 50c.a$2; do crate,
?HJa7?c: do basket, 25a60c.
Cucumbers?Norfolk, barrel, 60a75c;
do basket, 20a80c,
l.gg Plant?Florida, half barrel, Sla
1.511; do bnrrel crate, $Ju:t.
ttiiions? Maryland aud Dolawaro,
basket, 81.00a$1.12; do barrel, 82.00
a2.25; tlo Virginia potato,barrel, 81.75
b2.00; do basket, 7?oaSl; do Tennes?
see, barrel, 82.25a2.87.
Potatoes?Hose. barrol,$la50a$2,25 ;do
Ohili, red, 81.50a2.75; do culls, 75oa8L
Tomatoes ? -Havauuuh, crate, 50a75o;
do currier, G0ea$l; do Giiarlcstou, car?
rier, 75ca$1.00; do Norfolk, carrier, 50
75oa$1.50; do Maryland, carrier, $1,00
il,.- Atlantic mill Itituvlllu lirirtrc.
Cnpt. Wescott, tbe keeper of life
my ieg station at Poyner's Hill, on
Corritnok Bench, N. C, was iu the oity
yesterday for a short stay aud speaks
iu highest terms of ihu anlvuge of the
Atlantic a?d Duuvilio railway l.-urgo,
which was stranded ou tho beach be?
low Calley's Inlet in April lost, having
bueu lost at neu by tbe tug Tho?, A.
Bain April 20th.
'Ihu most remarkable feature of this
rescue of a valuable vessel is thu iu -t
that she is the first wreck sululy re?
moved from thu each betweeu his
etatmu aud Kilty lluivvk, N. ?,, in his
recollection. It bus been almost a
total loss when msastor betook auy
eruil upon thut const.
To the enterprise aud euergy of Mr.
C. Williamson end ins men are duo
this feat, which is worthy ol record
uiuougst shipping initials.
The liurgM wuh safely aud succofs
lully lanuubed ou 'l'uesdny ami towed
to Norfolk by the tug Bain and is now
l i-?- Hille?.? t:?, urali.it Tn-Vi slit.
Thu Lee Billon will give their third
annual excursion to night to <)|d Point
und tbe Capes on tllO steamer Puotl
hontas, and buve nrrmiged the follow?
ing schedule: The steamer will leave
Clyde wharf ot 7:15, Portsmouth at
7:30 and Boston steamer's whurf at
7:15. Returning, will leave < )l?l Point
at 10:15. Tickets can be seoured from
the members of the company ut the
i nriiorniiimi l unri.
in the Corporation Court yesterday,
Judge Hanckel presiding, Dennis Law
sou, colored, quu.iiicd as administrator
on the estate ol Matthew Lawsou;
.1. E, Cole qualified na guardian of
Wm, B, Urilliu, aged 17 yeors; boud,
Soveial small civil casos of no Im
porlauco wore disposed of.
About 30U children and grown peo
plo went ou the Chestnut Street M. E,
Sunday School pictiio yesterday ut
Wiiito Lilly larm. Two games of ball
were played between the merchants
and transportation clerks, which re?
sulted i u each winning oue game,
l'he.y all returned last night, much
pleased with their day's outing.
Miss Maggie t ary returned yester?
day from 1'armviile, where she had
beeu to attetul the marriage of her
1 ho remains of Miss Maud Link were
forwarded to Erie, Pa., yesterday, via
Washington steamer, for interment.
Miss Martha Berkley ib ?tili conti nod
to her parents' residence by sickness.
Nirenl raved in.
Last night Brewor street, belwoen
Bute and Charlotto, wan illntniuatud
with lautors Jand was well roped in.
This was on account of a cave iu about
tiftonn foot sqiiaro ami ten feet tloop ia
the middle of the street. The reporter
did uot vetur.i sutlioioiiily near to muko
a very perfect examination,
Dr. P, E. White,veterinary surgoou,
olllce, MoCleary A MoClellan'a Stuhles,
'pbutie S25, Norfolk, Yb, Reference,
1 any horseman on Union slier*.
Miscellaneous Matters of Moment
Bids tor the Gang Wells Rejected. An?
other Vessel Robbed. A Schooner
Run Into. The Escaped Pris?
oner Recommitted for Ten
Days. Other Notes.
Fair weather and slightly eoolor
Col. John EE. White, of Griffin, Ga.,
is in the city.
Mr. Hen'ry Rickey left for White
Sulphur Springs yesterday.
Seo Northampton excursion adver?
tisement iu another column.
Mr. end Mrs, Joe Dunohy left for
Paris yesterday via New York.
Mr. N. C. Corbott, of Groesbeck,
Tex., visited Cotton Bxohange yester?
Rev. C. II. McOee.of Bonn's Church,
Isle of Wight, was in' the city yester?
Another large delegation of members
of the Baptiet Young People's Union
passed through to Baltimore yesterday.
A lawn party was held in Centouury
M. E. Church yard last evening from
7:30 to 10:30 o'clock. Refreshments
were Bcrved by the ladies,
Mr. Richard Lamb, son of Col. Wil?
liam Lamb, is in the oily. Young Mr.
Lamb is the inventor of the eleotric
trolley system for canal boats.
Ten coaches, tilled with excursionists
from Richmond, arrived here about 12
o'clock yesterday, a largo number of
whom went down to Ocean View.
The committee of the Counoils to
consitler the proposition of the South?
ern Railway Company are ut work, but
have not arrived at uuy dofinite con?
It is said all of the bids for digging
the guug wells for the city have beeu
rejected and that the city will likely
have tho work done under the super?
vision of tbo City Engineer.
Mrs. Georgia A. Yernou aud Mrs.
C. T. JoyucH autl daughter, Mies Maud
Mosely, lott by the Old Dominion last
evening for au extendeii trip through
New York ami Connecticut.
Mrs. Harry White aud daughter,
Miss Liljie, have gone via the Bay
Line to Baltimore, from which placo
they will go to Northumberland, Pa.,
to spend the nun in or with relatives.
The now steamer Newport Nows, of
the Norlolk and Wushiugton liue, ran
into tho echoouer N. II. burrow, lying
ut anchor iu this harbor Wednesday
und carried away the jibbooui of tho
William Mathews, the colored pris?
oner who escaped from Jauitor Biy, of
the City Hull, Tuesday, aud who was
caught, wus r ?committed to jail by
Justice Hurroughs yesterday morning
for ten days,
A deed was recordod yesterday from
R, T. Ferguson to Geo, W. P, Over?
man, transferiug a lot of land and im?
provements thereon, situated on Shel?
don avenue, Brumblotuu Ward; con?
sideration, g 100,
Mr. Wni, Buys, a well known con?
tractor of Chicago, anil his two
daughters, Misses Margaret aud Anna
Buys, the latter school teachers, woro
visitor to tho city jail yesterday morn?
ing, aud were shown through thut
institution by uttachos of Iho Sergeant's
The Bchooner Lucy Wheatloy, Capt,
Taylor, tiiscliargnig salt near Raid's
stave yard, ?us hoarded by thieves
Wednesday night, who utolu a portion
of tho captain's clothing und bis
pocketbook, eoutuiniug a small amouut
of money, besides vuluuhle papers.
An attempt was made to rob the
residence of Mr. J.G. Gill, |0J Holt
street, Wednesday morning, Mr.?. Gill
heard a noise in one of the first tlnor
rooms mid awakened bcr busbaud. He
fired his pistol iu Hit.' air und then
made au investigation und found that
Ins bonse hud been entered by one of
tbo wiudows near tho ground.
on jtioxtiY is unfunded.
Wesson, Copiah Co., a/fa*.
Dn. It. v. Preaca: Dem Sir My .iju.tht.-r
has boon sick oll her hie. tin.! thn older (ho
grew, the worse she was
until she was the picture
ot death: the physicians
could not do her any pood.
mu I heard of your "Fuvor
Ry Ito Prescription," for wo?
men, and I gave hor three
bottles, und non she is a
perfectly hoalthy girl.
Have recoinmr-mled It
to a groat many iiutTcrcrt
from "femalo uom
plaints," and It has cured
Mm 1 ntn 1 think it 13 tho greatest
MISS LOTD. mcdJctao ,? the world,
?ml I have novcr found anything to corn,
paro with It. Yotirn trulv.
Mus. M. J. LOTD.
TflK FLAN Of 8kl.Ll.St? MEDICINES
IS PECULIAR TO
MOURCOCR?At tho re-lleucc of Its
paiauts, (ililgon street, hetwecn Hntton
and Fine i-tre t? l'ori-inotuu Va., .lulv 1. th.
18S3, ai sits p. ii... \S I i.I.l a M HEfNItY, in?
fant, .lohn H. Hinl Mary M. Morecook, aged
1 year, < mouths ami 26 dass.
i uuoral ituui re Irieuce THIS (Friday) AF
TEltNOUN tit :! o'clock. Friends and uo
quaintnu os ire im ito.I to utteuJ.
P O L ^D_W AT ER.
Celebrate 1 not only for its gi-.at medici?
nal propert es. but lot' its purity.
A Delicious Table Water.
lie oniiiismloil and er.bred by Ualiug
I bysioians for Prlght's Diso.ise. Diabote?,
Ston? in tlm Kidneys or It adder, (travel,
(lout, rheumatism. I rmaiy Disearos and
JOHN VERMILLiON, Agent,
OUANUY BTKEET, NEAR MAIN BXKBBT,
\vi. m'iii.u iii.riuii.
i orofnu for i o-ilnv.
Wasuikoton. D. C.,July 1?,
cnio For Virginia: fair: cooler aortuerlv
Kor Kortu Carolina: Fair; variable
Miniature Almanac?Sun. rises. 6:01; sunsets
7:21. 1!Ik1> water, g:06 and c:?> a. ui.: low water
12:40 aud r: ."J p. m.
Local iVIvicoloKlci&l Data.
[fob 24 Horns kshisu 8 o'clock last sioht.)
U. s. department of AORtcpLTOBr,"
Local Oflice. Liodsou liuildiUR,
Norfolk, Va., July 18, 1895, J
Maximum temperature. 95
Minimum temperature. 72
Normal temporaturededucted from 24
years' obtorvatiou. 81
Departure from] normal.plus 8
Accumulated depaiturc since Jan. 1... ?824
Italufall for 24 hours.0
Halulall liuce 1st of tUo uiouth. 2. til
J. .1. Uiiav. Observer.
OLD buffalo LIThTa.
a Remarkable Case. The Promise of
From tbe llimatch of tbe 11th.
We publish iu aoot?er oolumu this
moruiug au iuteresliug letter from
Buffalo Lithia Springs, written by Kuv.
Dr. J. S. Wharton, the gallant ex-Con?
federate surgeon and distinguished
divine, and who is one of that taleuted
trio of brothers so well and favorably
kuown throughout this country and
Mexico, aud especially in Kiohmond,
Norfolk and Baltimore, where they
have done such great work in thu
cause of Christianity, Dr. Wharton
mentions among othor things a re?
markable ouro wrought by the Buffalo
lithia waters under bis owu observa?
tion, Tbe cure acems almost tniraoa
iotis, but is not an exceptional case, by
any means. Buffalo has boou doing
equally astonishing thiugs for yours for
suffering, aud, it may bo said, despair?
ing humanity, Tbe season at Buffalo
this year promises to be exceptionally
Extract from Dr. Whar ton's Letter.
"During tbe short time 1 have been
hero several persous who came for the
benelit of their health have beeu re?
stored and returned to their homes,
aud tor the benotit of those who may
bo similarly alllictud 1 merely mention
one rouiurkable oust), that of Mr. Jobu
R, Garland, ef Mcckleuburg county,
a gentlemen 74 years of ago, who
came to this place ou tbo 21st ol dune,
presenting every appearance of a man
in an advanced stage of Bright'*
disease; his leet and ankles so much
swollen that ho could not woar bis
shoes, his eyes siitfused uud their lids
lutlamed and swollen; bis heart
much involved that be had not boon
ublo to sleep lying down for more thau
two weeks on account ot a feiding of
suffocation, bis only sleep being pro?
cured sitting upright iu bis chuir. lie
showed unmistakable evidence* of
uraem'.o poisouiug. He began to im?
prove within tweuty-four hours after
his arrival at this place, us he info: med
me, aud in ton days was entirely re?
lieved, and,to use his own words, "was
a well man, us well as lie ever was
j bis life," being able to oat heurtily ol
I anything that be desired. He slept in
bud soundly all night, wore hi.s shoe*
as usual,and read the papers,a pleasure
I that ho ha t not enjoyed for many
?in Hie Umiiil >ulc ol ilu- ?tretil.
Goo. D. Chase, 171 Main street, bat
bo is on the right side of prices. Pine
iino of watches, chains, etc., bolt buck?
les and silvor novelties. Prompt at?
tention given to all kinds of repairs,
l-llcctriv t int*.
Best and cheapest in tho city. Sup?
ply just received. Call or drop poBtul
to B, Steinhilber, Telephone Exohau^u.
l will, from now on. oarry a
large an 1 selected uto-.k of thu
fruit aud the public will a; pro- C
elate a placo where thu cold, ?
Inoiom melon can he Kotteu and ^
delivered auy hour of tho day. (
Do uot fail to piano your orders v
THE YOUHG GROCER,
H. CLHY P1CKETT, j
?o- -Ji rVlaartcet Place*.
PHONIi 755. Goo.1i delivered free. (
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The Virginian's Daily Hints
TO - MORROW,
?ATUUDAV. JULY JO Til.
BREAKFAST. Beef Mince and Bated
1 . Browued Houiluy. K .111. Blueberri.i.
Dirsjr-MEZR. Hoait Beef in Gravy. Potatoes
Letliuc Peas. White aud Qiaham Bread,
Taidora Ice. Cookies
SUPPER. Bread and Butter. Haspberrr
:>o I i ..irani Jam. Uraliatn Must? aud Cream.
Iuto a buttered pan plat e aj inuuy muOiu rln,r? *
ai you wish e<K?. Hr.aW an rK? in .'ach, salt aud
pepper to taste. When the whit* la cooked, dish.
Mce to garnUu a uiiuoe of beef or >eal.
Sprat ley Bros.
ONE PRICE MOUSE.
Twenty-five dozen Ladies'
Black and Tan Fine French
Drop Stitch Hose, excep?
tional good value at 25c
This week special,
17c, 17c, 17c, 17c.
I Our best 25c Ladies' Hos?
in Black and Tan.
The greatest Special Salo
yet offered. All of our 19c,
25c and 29c Embroideries on
centre counter this week.
13c, 13c, 13c.
Our Motto-Low Prices.
SS TVI^VirV STREET
Under the Academy of Mutio.
GREAT REMOVAL SALE
Pianos, Organs aud Pictures
FOR THIRTY DAYS, AT
Ames 8c Burk's.
I'eia.: compelled to vacate the building
occupied by n>> for yean wo offer t?
purcnaiers tba following Pi.iuoi and Or
gam from irdldiuonu uniltora at greatly ra?
dii, od price*
Duo So in met Upright, mahogony oaae,
f; .I': regular puce. &4U0.
One BiinernteUtiir Upright, mahogany
uaae, 4..'o renulm pric . $360.
Una Everett Upright, makogOBy ou-iu,
$:t.fj: regtikir price. Ti 'i)
Two Hteretl | .i. Ogony C.IIU,
$3SU; rogular pri ?<?. r 4fi ?
Two Kveratt ipiixbta, naluut case, y <.
regular price, i i00
Six Webster Uprights, tvalnut case, ii'ij?
regular price. II. j
'cms Hrudl?ur> ? . Kj right. $100: reg'ilar
prijo, $50 '.
'Ihren McPhallt, ; pns-lit, S3-'i. regular
, Iwn Lester i I'pright. SiiQ regular prieu.
Two Deeker Bros.. $550.
l?olve Weaver Organa, regular prl.e.
Sill) tor -S9u. Four Wearer organs, regular
pric .$10 lor f7i Thirty Story \ Clark
Urgau', a'I price*. F.lur 'e^ou.i'lu.iii
la ures, ai good ai? new, regular juice i\tdi
tor $163. im? ImudraJ picture . purchase)
i?i tho couiiug Xuian trade, regular price*
82 now Sit.35 to t!.lO. Iteiueinbi.-r, the<?
pi icoi only good tar :u days t'.ili ? arly unJ
Be lire a bargain. I beaa ijoocia arc to b?
sold ou eak> terms tu close out tho stock ,
"IM BT llt!S ?"
STRAW HATS I
41.1.00 uud $2 60 HATS, now il 50
1.811 ?? 100.
i.ou ?? co.
Walter J. Simmons & Co..
177 M AIN S'l'llUUT.
Wa close At G o io k BaturJa) s ex< aptsJ,
the am nun works,
hi, 113 and 115 Bank St.,
NORFOLK, - - . VIBGfNtA,
Large stock of Finished
KONMo m HEADSTONES.
???IteaJy l?r I mm lm ATI. OKMVEBt"
"YOU ALL KNOW WE
Ideals, CreUenJ-i \^
. . . Cull and see full line of above BICYCLES. . . ,
Bathing Suits, Fishing Tackle,
Athletic Goods Every Description.
i87 IVlairn Street