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What it is Doing for the Young
The Ladies Expect to Have a Hand?
some Building Completed by Next
Season. The Institution Crowd?
ed This Year. The Con?
cert Monday Night.
The Infant Sauitarium at Virginia
Bench was organized a few yetiro ago
by the good ladies of Norfolk to afford
tho children of poor parents of this
oity the advantages of fresh uir from
the ooeau. The enterprise has beon
entirely under tho control of these
ladies aud its sncce>o is a oredit to
their executive ability. 'Tho good thut
this institution has done, the lives
it has savod, would bo hard to esti?
The Sanitarinm has been more
crowded this year than over before,
aud some liave beou turued uwny. Tho
ladies are eudoavoring to have a new
building by the opening of tho utxt
season, aud have already iu hand the
pluu of ii beautiful three story frame
structure, with throe gallerieH urouud
three sides of tho exterior ol tho build
iug. tho plan heing a douation from
Air. W. I*. Wentworth. ;ot; Boston,
Mosers. Cnrpouter a. Peebles will du
nate the sueoittcations. The lot aud
building will cost $5,000.
The ladies have raised 83,500 ol this
The etstertainmeut at tho Princess
Anne Hotel, Virgiuin Beach, Monday
eveuing, for the benefit of tho Sanita?
rium, was a charming event aud u thor?
oughly snocot-sful one. The spauious
ball room hud been tastefully arranged
under tho supervision of Mr. Winner,
tho proprietor of ihe hotel. Tho an?
dienet) iu uttetitlauco wuh a hrilliuut
and attractive one. There was a largo
delegutiou ol ladies and gentlemen from
tbo city who wished to oxhibit their
lutcrcst in the cuuso ol the Sunitarinnl
aud show their appreciation for the
laudablu work of those encaged iu
buildiuc up this uoblo charity. At
8:30 o'clock ti-o entertainment com
meneed. Tbo follow iug is tho pro
I, Overture.Selected I
1'riuross Anno Uotel Orchsatr*.
3. Becitatiou, "The Montage'
. Atte'atJe Proctor
Mis* Nt-iiir M-n ou.
3. BoprsDJ Bolo. "Augol s b'er undo'' bragal
Mrs !.. 1'. I.oOji i-.
i. Itcci'.ati ii. "list before Uhrlstmas,".
Miss i bri tnio <!i o ?
D. Soj rano Solo, '? Vt heu the 1'itlo ('ouioi
Mis. W, T IJiooke.
C, Contralto bolo, '-Une Spr tig Morn
Miss Lnllio SVillinnis.
7. Hccltitiou, ??The townwity .Amo<
ii-, 1 run . Autolotti,
8. :o: r. no Solo, ".nine AH". L'olnn
Juisi Mi -r.i oih A. Taylor,
Baritone Solo, "Whore tie Lindens
Mr. Jas. Irodell Jenkins.
10. l inalo. SeL- to
Tho roeitatiou by Miss Mason wn
very effective, iler elocution e:
bibited excellent study, und lu
gestures wero grace itself, Tbo si
prano solo of Mrs. L. I'. Huberts
demonstrated tho vocul gifts of this
ludy aud wou for her merited applause,
The recitotiou by little Mies Christine
Grove6, only ,S years of age, ".List He
foro Christmas," was a rcinnrkab
Bh'jwiug of elocutionary powers for
oue so young. The little Miss wm
nil hearts. 'I he soprano solo ot Mr?
W. T. Brooke, "When the Tide |
Comes lu," was uimply exqnisito m it?
rendition, wtnlo the contralto solo,
"The Spring Morning," by Miss Snl?c
Williams, was rendered with delightful
effect. The recitation, "The Stow
away," by Mr. Frank Antelotti, was a |
rare treat ami commanded IheAII,'
pluudits of the audience, "Mine
by Miss Elizabeth A. Taylor, was
gem of vocal excellence, while tbt
baritone solo, "Where the Liuden*
Bloom," by Mr, .las. Iredell Jeukiuf.
was splondully giveu. The entertain?
ment was a great success.
Judge Uauckel. ou petition of H.
NewguBS. president Atlantic and Hun
ville railroatl, ami Y. L>. Crouer, bus
appointed Mr. Adorn Tredwel] as Irns
tue in place of the Mercantile Triiat
Compauy, (.lato trustee, resigned),
under the deed of trust from the t on
solidatetl Compress Compauy of Nor?
folk, dated March 22d, 1890,
Judge Uauckel granted yesterduv
a writ of habeas corpus asked for by
Mr. John W. Hoggs, tho purpose ot
xvhioh 18 to have piacetl in Ins oharge,
instead of his wile's, their 3-year-old
daughter, Alma Lee Hoggs. The writ
is made returiutbie on Thursday,
Tue bar licenso of Albert Parker,
'Ho. 23 Avon street, was assigned to N.
Batbawuy k Co., at 13 Brewer street,
A retail !ii]iior lieeuso was granted
N. ilathaway A: Co., at 13 Brewer
lion't tlutt u n .Uisiuiii',
Be sure to call at our store this week.
Sale ooutiuued at prices as advertised
for bulauce of the week, i'ou can buy
anything l u our stock at a big reduc?
tion from regular prices. Levy Bros,
Modorn Bargain Store, 171 Main
You say yonr eyee trouble ton. Why
don't you consult Dr. Week, the opto
thulmogi6t. Examination free at P
A ppocial rednotiou in sterling silver
for the month of June. Brnlul presents
7ery low. Cbaamau A- Jukemau,
I let lr|. S'aiiM.
Best aud cheapest in tho city. Sup?
ply just received. Call or drop postal
to B. Steiuhilbor, Telephone Lxcuungo.
Why travel without one of our "Cov?
ert" overcoutsV Correot in fit, style
Hu place, NlOBObfl. A- Wai.i,.tcK,
lot* Mim direct.
THE METHODIST CONFERENCE
Will Meet This Year at Providcnco
Church, Near Virginia Beach.
Tho couferenoo of tbo Norfolk Pre?
siding I'.Kiers district will uioot this
year at Providence- Church at Ooeano,
?ear Virginia Beach, Auguit nth. Dr.
J. P. Uarlaud will preaido aud the
opening aermou will bo preached by
Dr. W. W. Koyall, of the i'nucesa
Anno circuit, at 12 o'olock Tuesday.
Tho following aro thu delegates aud
alternates from Norfolk.
Cumberland Street?E J Wbito
burst, J P. Dey, .1 T bollon?Alter?
nates: W Himmous, J M Porhes, W
T Ay res.
Orauby Btreot?B T Bockovor, W M
Jones, WJ Yosey. Alternates: W A
Wrenn, M Ii T Davis, (I S Prince,
Centenary Church? J \Y Uraudy, L
W White, 8 Li llarroll. Alternates:
C .1 Moibou, W V Dodsou, .1 n
(^utou Stroot?W W Vicar, A L
Cooper, Smith N Briekhouse. Alter?
nates: H T Wbitehurst, W B Fontress,
K 1. Dbwboii.
Molvoudree?F M Wbitehurst, U 11
Simpson. T O Hole. Alternates: .1 N
Webster, W P. Raw, John MoWhortor.
LeKies Memorial ?.1 W Bacobtis,
.i D Armstrong, T 0 Hurst. Alter
nates: A J Belcher, J D Llllistou,
J I. Long.
Lambert's Point V L Bacchus, .1 S
Cooper, 11 Robertson. Alternates:
.1 T Miller, F B Scbumadine, 3 11
Trinity Church ?11 ? Williame, J D
Sobaoklcford, <ioo P Phillips. Alter?
nates: K P Li rares. W P Ernest, C E
Chestnut Street, Berkloy?M C Keel?
ing, \V 15 Dougherty, tl D Williams.
Alternates: W L Borkley, Wilson
L'.ealc, It W Hoano.
Liberty Street, Berkley? 3 M Hal
stoad, O W Young, T B Moore. Al?
ternates: ?) N Jouos, M V Buggies,
W 13 Adams.
1 ho eouleronco will bo iu session
?I. M. Uoihert was before tbo Police
Justice yesterday.charged with driving
his buggy over thu little duughtor ol'
Mrs. Wtiltiuh, a widow, who resides iu
Brambletou. .Mrs. Wilkius testiliud
that her daughter rocoived a blow upou
tho bead, from which a coutusiou hud
formed; that Dr. Tubault said such in?
jury might prove to bo a fracture of
a.e skull; that au abscess might form
from this lump at auy timo withiu u
mouth,aud that the child's hip was also
.Mr. Thomas 11. Willcox appeared for
tho plaintiff aud Mr. John O. Tiltoa
for thu defense. The case win con?
tinued by ilia Honor until Thursday,
August 1st, at Hl o'oiock, Mr. Holbert
being placed under a boud of $50 foi
The following deeds woro rooordod
A, VV, Conway to W. Ii. Ctitcluns,
ol Portsmouth, six IoIh and buildings
thereou ou th south side of Pine street
extended. Norfolk, $2,000,
Archibald Young to Susan B. Millar,
a lot on Hamilton avenue, (West Pud
Laud Company plat,) S1.5U0.
Albort 1$. Schwarzkopf, to Dora
Schwarzkopf, a half intermit iu a lot at
the corner of Colonial and Baloigh
avouues, (Ghent,) $1,250.
Pugeno C. Potter to tho Tidewator
Perpatuitl Building and Luau Asaueia
tion, a lot aud buildings on thu Brain -
bletou Laud Compauy's plat, SI.SOL).
? If llOV l>l?ellui ^.il.
Tbo colored boy, Lewis Carroll,
charged with killing tho colored girl,
blanche Sesson, with a brick, was
discharged by the Police Justice yes
torday, The prisoner was represented
by Mr. John ?. Tilton as oounsel, lue
Stato being represented by Common?
wealth's Attorney Butun. The coron?
er's jury, it will bo remembered, de?
cided thai the child came to hur death
Irom a fall. The Justioe said tho
prisoner wus too young to have, umlur
the law, committed the crime of unit
der. Tho h'.tlo fellow was therefore
discharged from custody.
I'u Uli en no,im It ?cot Ted.
MiCi.n.n's Magazink. -The Vi it
iiinian is iu receipt of tho midsummer
Uotion number ol thin popular monthly.
It coutinus shutt stories by Kipling,
dope, Wey man. and Bret Harte, and
sketches of Mollku iu war, aud of
Bishop Vincent; also an account of
Lifo in tho Circus ami a Pinkertou
story. 1,'rtce only 10 ceuts, 8. S. Mc
( hier, publisher, 30 Lafayutto place,
New York city, New York.
1 lie Proas Club llstliquef.
The annual banquet of thu Norfolk
ami Portsmouth Press Club will be
given ot the St. .lames Hotel to-mor?
row i Thursday i night. There will he
j about sixty persona prescut. A mihi
her of Norfolk's leading citizens will
I make speeches.
Hood's Sarsaparille cttroii no ? of ervnii o
I.ot winch I hail 1 ir 8 me t.iue. it hui . f.
fectstl a oorupiele cure.?i e-aie Wharfon,
?Hi < hapol ?treet. Norfolk, Va
11 oo I e ''"Us cure trick headache.
I.v en inu 1: \enrsion it, ,11,1 Point.
The steamer Northampton, of Old
Dominion Line, will leave Hay Liuo
wharf, Norfolk, every Monday, Wed?
nesday aud Friday evening ut 7 p. m.
for Old Point; retnruing, leave Old
Point ut 10 p. m, Round trip faro for
this delightful excursion, 50 cents,
in tin- itihi.-.
P.iigagemenl. wedding, birthstone,
children's aud other tings iu great
i varietiy at Greenwood's, including ;the
reiuarkahlo KimbaU'.s German anti
rheumatio ring. For anything in gold
or elver that lias the ring ot thu pure
metal, call at Green wood's ami procure
it at lowest bottom price.
Dr. N. Jackson, Homceopatbist.
Office, Moritz building; Jtesideuco, Ho?
tel Norfolk; phono, 2bfi. Jy7eodtf
Condensed Paragraphs Full of
Interest and on Many Subjects
Stricken With Paralysis. The Boat
Case Dismissed for Want of Juris?
diction. Open Air meetings.
Champion Colored Base
ballists to Cross Bats.
Detective Richardson is now on duty.
Cooler weuiher may be expected to?
P. A. Lucas and family, of Washing
ton, D. C, were iu tho oity yesterday.
The Oooiiu View railroad have a force
of hsnds at work extending their lino
to Church street.
Tho general repairs and oleotrio
wiring at the Custom lluuso will be
eomploted iu u few wuoks.
Police Surgoant Uobiusou left yester?
day morning td visit relatives and
friends iu l'i inoess Anne county.
Tho case of J. H. Madden, churgod
with seiliug liquor to minors, will bo
board iu the Police Court tma morn
Kev. J. T. Msstiu is assisting Itov.
Dr. W. W. Royall in a revival meeting
at Charity Church, Priuoess Auue
Hon. Wultor B. Kichic, of Ohio,
Stiprumo Chaucollor ol tho Order of
Knights of Pythius, is stopping at
Mrs. D. is. Burwoll left last ovoniug
to S|iend the summer with her friond.
Mrs. J. N. Vuugbau, at Blue bulge
Miss Mumie Hrowor, of Baltimoro,
who has beeeu visiting Miss Katie Me
Dermiu, ou Tonchiirch street, left yes
tcrduy for Baltimore.
Two stories of the big Lowonbcrg
block, uour Town Point? uro up aud it
gives promise of being tho baudsomest
Htrueture in this section,
Tho trustee in tho deed of assigumout
from tho Pilot Publishing Company is
authorized to oonlimie tho publication
of tbo paper for the prosout.
An open air muotiug under the au?
spices of tbo Uuiou Mis-ion was held
lust night on Market square. Kev. A,
8, Lloyd, ol St. Luke's uburcb, cou
ductod the services.
The lied Stockings, tho champion
colored club ol Virginia, will play the
Kelipso Club of EdoutOU, chauupious
of North Caroliuu, at League Park this
ufternuou at 1 o'clock.
Miss Mortua Wright, accompanied
by hor sister, Mrs. A. V. Prince, loft
Norfolk Saturday for Atlanta, (Ja,,
where she was married to Mr. Ueorgo
Bluvius, of the ssmo place.
Tin: YiitoiNiAN uekuuwledges sovoral
beautifully illustrated patnptcts of tmiu
mur travol from Arthur O, Lowie,
pusseuger uud ticket ageut of tnu Bal?
timoro aud Ohio railway. The very
mutter that tourists delight to huudlu
Tub VinoiNiAN iu its Sunday issue
-lutes that persons liable to speeiul tax
would bo suhjoct to tbo penalty of ou
per cent, unless sumo is paid by
August Lt. The tax will have to bo
pu d betoro August 1st in order to
avoid the penalty.
The --use of the mau charged with
stealing a boat from luuiHUif, wus dis?
missed by Justice Burroughs yester?
day tor wautot jurisdiction, tho olleuco
having occurred iu Hampton. The
owner of the bout, it secrus, took it
from tuo man who bad beeu eugagod
to repair lt.
The Chief of Police has received n
letter from tho Sheriff of Elizabeth
City county, Vu,, stating that .1, W.
Bell, who has been sent on to tho
gratitl jury charged with robbing a
schooner in thu harbor, is wanted in
Elizabeth City County, to answer the
churgc of stealing a bout.
Kev. Dr. J. Powell Qarlund, Presid?
ing Elder of tho Norfolk District of
the M. 13. Church, South, loft yester?
day oveuiiig for Kuuuoku lsiautl for '
several days' sport at burning uud lish
lug. Ho will join ttiere Kev. Mr,
Houtteu, of Norloik, Kev. Mr. (Chand?
ler, of Newport News, aud Rev, Mr.
Austin, of Suffolk,
Everyone knows to day the danger
of feeding liabius ordinary cow's milk,
however fresh. It ii full of properties
injurious to the delioate organization
of an infant. Aud it is especially so in
the summer, lu cities, where the milk
is always of greater or loss age, it will
soon torfeit its best nourishment to
microbes, unless sterilized.
The absolute purity of the milk is
csseutial and positively necessary for
your infant's welfare. To obtain
pure milk, slorili"ing is required, your
physicians will toll you so.
The Arnold stunlizor is the simplest
and bost. Anyone cau operate it, und
its price is iu the reach of nil. Sold
in Norfolk by .lohn W. Burrow, tho
druggist, Main street.
Mosquito Canopies. Wright's, I9G
Palmer's Patent Turuovor Top, cord
aud pulley complete.
I.uSU, WIM;. MUCH,
70 inches, 8 yards, '.'-><_?,
80 inches. 8j yards, SI. 18.
ion inches, 10 yards, SI.4'.?.
lUs inches, 11 yards, S-. IS.
Opbtbalmogist, What is it ? It
relates to tho eye. See Dr. Week, at P,
on ib<> Wrong Kideof ilia Mreel,
Goo. D. Chase, 171 Main street, but
he is on tho right hide of prices, l-'ino
lino of wotchos, chains, etc,, bolt buck?
les aud silver novelties. Prompt at?
tention given to all kinds o! repairs,
The luibtest in the Massey Pilot suit
is increasing daily, so is the heut. II
1 you want to keep cool got an electric
lau. We have them in stock: don't
have to wuit. K, H. t'obb, No. 100
What is the eye? Mirror to the soul.
Take good care of it. If in trouble Bee
Dr. Week, at P, Ii, dale/*.
Justice Burroughs Disposed of Many
There wbb a large Police Court docket
yesterday engaging the atteutiou of the j
Justice till the afternoon.
* Kittle Wilson, white, breach of tbe
peaoo, abusiug Katie Augusta; hoed
Alexander Harris, colored, assault on
Nancy Elliott; Uued Sn25 and bound
over in the sum of 850 to keep tho
P. a. Thompson, white, drunk; fined
Charles Felton, while, drunk, first
appearance in oourt; dismissed on pay?
ment of 81.20 costs.
C. Plemiug, colored, nuisance; dis?
missed ou payment of $1,28 ousts.
?lames Banks, coloreil, laioeny of a
cauoe; cbargo not sustained and ao
Katie Anglisier, colored, unlawful
Lieorgo Carter, W. Proeman, col?
ored, suspicious obaraolcrs; dismi&sod.
Tazowull Austin, colored, drunk;
lie od 83.25.
Billio Butler, alias Wilson, colorod,
assault ou Lizzie Picks; continued to
Bottio Thomas, colorod, larceny of a
sowing machine; continued to :11st and
J. II. Madden, white, selling liquor
to minors, continued to tho ;Hst for
lloinniiii Wink i: ?cliiiiiffc.
Tho Board of Managers of the
Wouiaus' Work Exchange, Mrs. John
L. Holier, 1'rosideut, has decided to
close the Exchange during the mouth
of August, and allow tho popular and
etlieieut Superintendent, Miss Mo
Alpiue, a mouth's vacation. The man?
agement of this most commendable
institution have beou much encouraged
by tho increased patrouagc extended
tbo Exchaugo during tbo past year,
WASHINGTON NLWS NOTES.
What is Sent Out From the National
Bv Sinthern ACBOcutsJ Proia.
Washington?July 80, The condition
ol the negro colonists trom Georgia
and Alabama, who deserted the Mexi
eau colouy.havo boen greatly improved
through the e dort a exerted in their
behalf by tbe State Department and
tho general mauager of the .Mexican
i entin! railroad. Assistant Snrguou
Ten Kyck, Uuitod States Army, who
was hcut to care for those of tho colo
uists who aro ill, has telegraphod tho
Stirgeou (ioneral of the Army from
Kaglo rass.T'ex., that nearly 200 of tho
distressed negroes arrived there Sun?
day, and that eight of them, who aio
ill with Tariola, have been closely
ipiarantiDctl by tbo Texas State health
authorities. Surgeon Ten Eyck saya
tho aick colonists ut lorruau uru doing
nicely with ouo exception, and all aro
well carod for.
A belated telegram tlated Saturday,
was rccuived ot the State Deportment
to day from Consul General Vifquaio,
at Pauauiu, stating that trains wero
moviug without interruption over thu
route of thu Panama railway. It is be?
lieved at thu department that the strike
is practically over.
According to rci orts received by the
Marino Hospital service, tbe yellow
fever is making largoly increased
ravages amoug tho nuople of t aba.
The medioal inspector at Havana status
that iu tho week cuded. duly 25tb,
there wore seventy new cases in that
city and twenty-three deaths.
Prom Osaka and Uiogo,Japan,comea
tho rojtort that in the week ended,July
01 h, there were l'H uuw oases of
cholera with seventy nine deaths,
.Murdered lorn ? Inner inn;:.
Hr Southern Oaaociatfl I i'rmt
Sr. Louis, July 30,?Emmet Divers,
coloreil, who murdered .Mrs. J, W,
Cain near Fulton, Mo., last Tnusuay,
aud who was brought hurc to prevent
lynching, has confessed. He says he
found thu woman a no in tho house,
and upon her refusal to give him a
ring shu hail upon her finger, ho cut
her throat. Divers requests that be
he banged in St. Louis, as hu fears
death at tho bauds ot a mobil hois
takcu back to Pulton.
w lien i rn retina.
Whither on pleasure bent, or busi?
ness, take on every trip a bottio of
Syrup ol Figs, as it acts most pleasout
ly aud effectually on tho kidneys, bvor
ami bowels, preventing fevers, head?
aches and other forms of sickness.
I'or sale iu 50a and ?1 bottlos by all
leading druggists. Manufactured by
the California Fig Syrup Co. only.
And Nun ,?,, tiiil.
Every straw hat in the house will bo
cut this week cheaper than over. W e
urn determined not to carry a hat
over, ami they must nil go by August
15th. Uoldman llolheimur, 100
Dou't leave for the seashoroor moun
taius without one of our ''covert" over?
coats, uiudo for cool evenings.
N tcnoi.s .v Wallack,
bill Main street.
Excursionists ami visitors to Norfolk
should not lall to call at Murray's, No.
54 Houuoko avenue, for one of bis tine
diunors. Pish and t-oft crabs ami the
best tho market ntVords. jyd-lm
Hove you consulted Dr. Wock in ro
feteoee to your eyes'' If not, dout fail
to sco him, F II ? Sale.
The steamer "Northampton," of the
Old Domiuion Line, leaves tho Buy
Lino dock, Norfolk, every morning ut
7:00 a. in., for Mathewa aud Glouces?
ter counties, arnviug here on hor re?
turn trip about 6:00 p. m. This makes
a delightful trip during tho hot wea
tin r. Pare 81.00 for tho round trio.
A lightweight overcoat ia a necessity
at tbe seashore ami mountains. Our
"Covert" ovorcoat is just the coat you
want. Nichols a Wallach,
Hi) Mam street.
\\ I. t 1 ill. IC IIKl'IMt'l'.
I'orecntl for in-il?r,
Wajhinuion. D. C.July SI, 1899
Kur Virginia: Pair; tllflitly cooler;
1 or North Carolina: Kalr. preceded by
showers iu the early morning: cooler;
winds becoming northerly.
M?tlATrnK ALMANAC?bun rises. 5:10: sun sets
7.18. High waler, 4 4V and 0:13 a. in.; lot water
11 03 and l-'idl) p. m
Local 'i, i< oiou-1< ni l>uia.
[ion 24 hocus es?ino 8 o'clock LAST moot.]
U. H. DktrABTMKXT of AOKICULTUHK, s
Local Office, Uodson Building,
Noriolk, Va., July 30, 1893, J
Maximum temporaturc. 81
Minimum temuerutuio. C8
Normal temperature deducted from 24
years' nhservution. 77
Departure from normal. ? 3
Accumulated departure since Jan. 1... ?810
l:dnl>ili for 24 boms .31
ltaiufall siuce 1st of the month. 4.30
??J- J- Ouav. Observer.
No%? iura Truck uuruct.
UT Southern Associated Press.
New Yobs, July 30.?Huckleberries
Pears?Lo Co u to,75*81.60 per barrel;
i do. Bartlett, crate, 50abU
Urapes?Ueorgia. basket, 20a30; do,
South Carolina, pound, 6al0; do.
do. case, SL'i.mSl.GO; do. North Coro
I lino, pound, 7aS.
Poaches?Carrier, 75*81.75; do.
basket, 30u$1.00; do. crate. 7.riBSl.
Watermelons?Hundred. $7, OOol COO;
do. carload, S?O.OOal?O.OO.
Muiknielons?Barrel, 70n$2.C0; do.
Plums? Dola, Bolan basket, 20a25.
Unions?Virginia, potato, barrel,
Sl.00a81.f30; do. do. do. basket, 35ab0.
Potatoes?Hose, gl.00al.50; do,
Tomatoes?Maryland, carrier, 4.0063;
do. Norfolk do... 3duti0.
Viani? ihr Next llcuiacruilc.Hailonal
Ut Southern Associated Press.
Atlanta, Ga., July 30. ? "As the
Demooratic party gets nearly all the
strength from the South it is time this
sectiou should bo recognized by being
giveu the next convention.
"Owing to iucroasod accommoda?
tions in tho way of an auditorium, new
hotels, etc., on account of the exposi?
tion, this city can now handle the
crowds that attend national conven?
tions, My preference, therefore, is
(Signed) Claisk Howell,
Member National Committee for Geor?
llti-gurrtcil a.% ti "lllutf,"
Ut bouluetu Associate I I'ruis.
San Antonio, Texas, July 30.?The
railroad ofiicials iu this city havo becu
askod to submit rates of transportation
to Laredo and Eagle Pass iu case it is
decided to trausfer tbo Corbott
Pit'/simmon fight to Mexico. This
action is regarded as a hi ml', however,
as it is practically conceded by nearly
everybody convureaut with the situa?
tion that tho light will tuko plaoe at
Dallas ou the date selectod.
Iced Coffoo 'simply delicious) at
Mac's. Try it, and you will drink
nothing else this wurm weather.
pNlUil l?Tuesday afternoon, July SO. at
bor residence. No. ".MS church street,
OKOHOIA. beloved wife of W. U. Knight,
need 85 venrs.
Funeral from the residence THIS i vvo.l
uesday l ArTKBNOON ut t o i look. J-'rieu.iB
m.d lie,msiutaiir.es invited._?
I THE mm mill WORKS,
in, 113 and 115 Bank St.,
NOB FOLK, - - . VIUeilNIA.
Large Stock of Fiuisbod
WONUMeNTS and headstones.
??-Kcuuy tor IMMEDIATE DLUvi-.KVi
Positive bargain facts?every
word?every liue?every price
substantiated by truths ? stamp
this COLOSSAL C HAL.
LENGE SACRIFICE the one
groat aud only genuine money
savor in a wilderness ot
"shams." Bargains are poured
forth before which competi?
tion shrinks back appalled?
bargains such as these High
Men's $18 Suits
The best and choicest gar?
ments in make, quality, style,
trimming and finish over dis?
played beforo an astonished
public. There's absolutely no
end to the vast buying chances
?one departmentaftor another
yields up its CHALLENGE
prodigies to bewilder and
amazo the world?all without
reservation offered at ONE
PRICE ? WITH MONEY
IF ANYTHING FAILS TO
PROVE EXACTLY AS REP?
207 and 209 Main St.
P O LAMP W ATE R.
Celebrated not only for its great medici?
nal prupcrFee. but for its purify.
A Delicious Table Water.
He oinmoiulod and ordered M' hading
|h>i>iciauj for l!rijfllt*a IMaenic, Uiabeto?.
Mono in the Uuiiievs or it.odder. Gravel,
?out, liheuuiatlim, Urinary Diaeuse* and
JOHN VERMILLION, Agent,
?RANLY STlll.l.T, NE AH MAIN STltEET,
NO:tl OLK, YA.
als, Credenda'J^ \
Call and see full line of above BICYCLES.
Bathing Suits, Fishing Tackle,
Athletic Goods Every Description.
Q"Z Main Street
JUST THINK OF IT
Dim beiger makes a Flying Mile in i Minute, 45 Seconds,
Demolishing all Records.
HIS MOUNT WAS A SYRACUSli.
?Ol !0[ YOU?Q lOfit
1363 GRAN BY ST.,
OPENS TUESDAY. _0CT0BER ISl, I?95.
Tiie fonr deportments. Kenlor, Juniors
Primary and Kindergarten will bo unde?
tbe charge nf thoroughly iiualtded und nota?
bly laocaasful ttachsre. special ?ttentiou
Kiveu to i kii-u??'m un l Musi . Tho Kin.
dergurton oller* exceptional advantages fo?
tho scientific traiuluic <>f little children. \
few boarder* will be ucoouiuio.lated. Circu?
lars lit oookatorei. For furtbor mro:Lu*
MISS AGNES DOUQLA3 WEST,
Actinic 'Tin ipal,
13i Grauby ?reot. Norfolk. Va.
Personal interviews at lbs house atte?
People Hflmire Snap,
Tho foremost mnn br Norfolk, where
Low Prices are concerned.
Tuesday, July 30, 1895.
iced W?ierraeions, cocii 20c.
Eigni coKes waatiino soap zsa
Pure Lam, per id., 8c.
H. CLAY PICKBTT,
3 IV) a rkot Plaoe.
1'HONE 755. Hoods dellTored free. ]
-v. rvi. c nog.
BENEFIT OF - INFANT 8ANITAKI0M"
AT YIBGINIA BBAOU.
Under auepiceB of l'ocnbontaa Council No,
198. Kojul Arcanum. Steamer NOHTB*
Thursday Evening, Aug. 1st, 1893,
TICKETS-Adulti. COc; Children under 13
Use oi Ballroom and Breakwater at the
Hygcia Uote Jia- been peHSrou ly tender**
free of coet for this woithy cause by tbo
Manager, Mr. F. N. Pike.
Boat leaTOB O. p. s. s Oo.'s whari. Nor?
folk. 7 p mi Portainouth, 7:16 p mi B y Mill
wharf. Norfolk, 7:30 p u. juaO-St
Sprat ley Bros.
ONE PRIOE HOUSE.
Our Motto-Low Prices.
Tills week's Great special
Our 75c and $i Taffeta Silks
Surahs and Bengalines,
Dress and Waist Silks
SPECIAL, 39c. 39c, 39c,
Our 85c and $1 TafTeta and
Waist Silks, this week,
39c, 3?c, 39c,
They are all this season's
goods, and ai this price,
cheaper than you [will ever
have them olTered you again,
Under the Academy of Musio.
ciieapesr in 111 n ci 1 v
AT YOUR OWN PI^ICE
MUST BE stiLU.
BOYS' HATS. 25 CENTS.
Walter J. Simmons & Co*
177 MAIN STItliBT.
S "THE IDIOT," 2
? |tf John He i< rieb UaiiR?. 9
** i >i .....!. some lali wuil Lo d MeKeT- g
* !:.,.?:-. J, !..<;;. II- bl 1. %
5 A l?eulure< ?? 1 apiaiu livrn. by I tank l: JJ
j i'lie widow Lamport, by aotbor el Hui.o. J
Cj ol S=U? I ? !>
e Ina Alain?, i f .lo.iali .\l i-o's ?i ?? jn
0, I le/nnl a?sortiue ,1 dnnmilu diu. I: A
e* Call nod ln$pect oar ?tu k. t>
S JVii*it??iisa? a".?.;., 1
* 12B tVlAirM STREET 2
? NORFOLK, VA. J
m Mall Department 1'iompl atteot on t-< a'l A
e> order, 0
[BOUND TO CO i
I will offer for tho s! VI TEN DAYS
gent*' und boys' PAN shoes at prune cos!
to rnuke room for lull aio k.
M. J. MADDEN,
1 t,? f??, nvvrj l!i?-,jV f nW|U W ''