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Morbus and all Summer %
f| Complaints, there is no cure |g
2 equal to Pain-Killer. Get a g
|| bottle to-day. Keep it cou
jj staatly on hand, for there is
Ij* uo kind of paiu or ache?
g internal or external?that
will not relieve. Genuine'
bottle bears name of PJiRKY S
Day is & Son. Look out for |
imitations and substitutes, j
Double the former quantity f
for 25 cents.
X? A C I I,.
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\1 .mull i-npilul. Address W. I*. J., caio oriolk
WfANTKU A 1?i.it... m d il- if woman, to do
*i ii.lit 1, ,ew ik tum i lite?ti ? i.niit'-. A
f.ot Ii. toiix1' piitr. ,\i 11 jr Mnadsy aiurn
1. bit wee u mi I I. oolui'k lo Iii Hank sliOst.
V".\IU) lt? vVa-ite.l n few gem leinen oardeia
i> Ht j I em iiila -tree ; ler ? ? rea Olia ill . 11 1 let
? re etlex ba n ?l. Mtin. WOOIMIOtlM-i. >--iw
V" t.KN'TS-Une in i'iirli county, 1? laV orders l?jr
tuiupe; ...nil. 1 ?11 II-1 ?etil i s .flu; koml
?al-.ly. 1-illU |e? ll'iel pmlli ullir- Kilt plO|lCI j
?. leant. Adores* with ttsnip. P. U. Itox 1U5, New
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J TltlCAt. I Sl'llS I It Y?A tl.,b pia i.i.l
?iei.lru-.il ? 11.11 <-ui t stadual - 01 out Ol llie leading
siiiter'ittei.) at pruttlil ,1.1 uiinii n-unt ol targi*
work. In the hu i, limiiif sunn- ? ipiial. ilislii ? in
SHO lull! I i'u e'l wit SS ? ma I > "niilim illlii; lU|ll al
lutlui nldlli. m 1 ..octal ?I ti j tu wiili ? io
?i sie in S'lufulk. for I lie p ip ??? ol e*m 1 l?h tu
?tut dcvelvrlus 1 in ? * 1 ? 1 r iudu. ij 11 m ?m ? ? -
soruis lt.* .ueino . -Man- Ol luloiiuaiion. e e.
?ir.. wit 1 e 1 iultu'd 1? coiretpciitiiui: with P
It. carvol Vhg niau otli.e. ,)'..; i-,.l.,,.i
AijSN'is wuVe J5 daily M'rVetom iiivonttyu.
I el a 1 Is i? 1 o t -'tni >o|.| in it i o u-e. M Ulli pie
esa I -1 I i.I.I . KOl'.HIIKI AM Ah! IN, i iui liiiiuti.U.
V'ANTI l> A 1.1,1 ' --.i. r .1 en: Hilt led;
'1 ilvrstands marking. Applybl i Inn, li street
HI'Im i tt, NtlTltlHS.
"1 l)8T l*vroCdiva- frutehiig Uses, ens matked
J 1 i; t*. Hale, an 1 tin oilier f, II. i; ji,-, Ic 1 en
Say Lmo wlia-f. I'm '??i will be nwarded 1.
? uii.ed 10 Mr. .-AMI 1.1. UI-.I.IA.el lie Noi li
a\NK01l IWOSiXGI.I ni NTIKMI N can oh
* ' 11 11 1? : r 1 s ni lodulug I 1 pur iiionlh by
ttoldrestlns] lOAItll, Virginian olliic. jiidl-ll'
<fki ij 1 TO 1.1.Mi :.t G |i. r c 'ni 1 11 clly rrolcfta e.
?>.':?" IfUKl IN a luMl.lN, At demy o. In r
ill liny, l-ii
t'Ul'NI? -A si 111 of money in Sjllblk, lie! rfesu $20
und $10. Owuei ran hcovcr i>- amdylns; to
wiidtirsiKued, prevliu prupertj and paring cbsrgt .
J . I I'ltt.DKX, Vliclnlaii otnto, HuBolk, Va.
fiOOFS flHD BRICK V.'RLliS PRINTED.
The VcryBcat WorU Cheap
Many Cnv Iii i kreni i-.
o. BOhvurvi., sa water st
VINK iAT'iN'll'i i-po lul -a'. .,t He- new
1 llut"r.lb ral,'* 2& ? box ?Indus Linen; a
sjex; liiib l.lueu u |Ound uf i :? , i sn euvel
<. ss 10 lust Ii ul-.yc u I .. Ail nie Marcila Wiird'i
Sil d- I nvel'MH* ? In I UCll leX. SL'!>
flAl M S, I'U Ma 11 Mr-. 1. Norfolk, Va
LA IM KS t C- r> eS*,.--s F ? i - vroy.il P'lls
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nil. ?iH-.sj -u.
AT.t. AilOUTCUAXClNO j?wj,
tl.o Keuti ros nod Kuiiiuv- Ft
,In 1.0 p. bisik i-ii- a stamp, fees-'
cMlbiii-j . : . v. i i .-1 . N. V. Jdti,
IToudburr'e Kuclul Boap. ^Sri
RESCRIPTiONS ;^U. Tii
Drns-s. 1'hier.t Uedlcinet, Toilet ArtlcUi
Cigars nud Tol'iuoo. W. i. PHIIXIP^ 818
Usln street ?030
t MM. I Ali Uli AM' KMll.VI HKK.
.1. N. .lONKS.
ISO and re-ide. ITS Cumberland ttKi
?1? promptly nil. ude 1 i...
?j OK RENT 1 "l: n K SI MM Kit \ furiiUlied
V voltage: liiiir liillo Irpm Virginia lleanli. I'ermi
teasasiabie; Addiesi I'. W. \l . Ika 13, Virgiula
1:-.. i. ju 10-11
?j'til: HI NT-A verr dfsTr?l.le ?t u- it i nloii
I' tticct, and a niec ilwilliilg, ll.i Iteriuudn >i i.-.-:.
sApply nt .No - li lie mat on lireot. jv?-nu
I tilt Mil.
VOtt KAI.E Aiartoralol llcccb '..)>.? Ksrm
J ' ill lit res). 1 e r Keuiiml I- Irn.i-s Ainu
Co uty. Abu rout rlisr. ol eum crop, household
Siiiniiin-.il >..\i furl posses, but uuw, oilier on
#r b'lure 1st .'innuuiT. iMst, tnply ! ? V 1. I.Y
?IAK, Koiiip.vlllc, 01 .1. Y. III'. H. I : Hunk
slreei. Norlulk. ?> HI
sVAKK KOK SA1.K?Good s cond-lisnd P.rrol
O Safe, not long used. 111 -1 le nieuMii inent .w dy
f 1 Incbet. 1- w (...mi l. a Co., LlvVa tlriub) -1.
1,uK BAI.R? Kjitcaii hundred breed stallloni
road mare*. iuin and mips Will trade lor
real estate, lumber and blickt. U.S. JON KS, Eon
?0$, Newport News, s a. jy2t-s>sa.-4i
IXlKSAI.E worth ofSlm-k in tin- Portsmouth
Cultou .Mau da li in.. ? ? let A| pl? 1..
f bit office Jul?
aVtir Mule 1 iie.ii?, two Seeoud-llntid
()no medinm-sized, sinplo ilonr, lire
tirpul Mufo unit ouu fokiiug ilonr safe.
Jiuth gnuii uh now. Ooiubiuation looks,
C'anh ur time. Aiblrute 271), ollloe
VntoiNlAN. jy'27 tf
Mlicr 1'iati'll Wan.
?andEOme boo ol silver platod ware,
Ice ttiliH, water .? ,<:?., ten sets, Bio., ut
lirown Si Wolf's, No. 11 bntik Ntreet.
I Ooustipntiuii autl sick bcadncbe positively
cured by .laimnnno i.i.e Pellets, purely
legotabie, smu.l nod mild Kitty doses,
ssui- i 01 sale by W. It. Murtiu.
OB THE POOR
The Tables Reversed and the
"Truckers" Were the Winners.
Weeks Put in to Pitch His Second
Consecutive Game, But Proved
Easy, Foster Substituted.
Brandt Pitched Great Ball.
A Heart Disease Finish.
THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES.
I'ortsuioutb, i); Norfolk, 8.
Kichmond, 4; Uoauoke, '2.
Ley uchburg, ?; 1'otorsburg, 6,
M bore t'latla l*iu.y lu-Uar.
I'orlaiuotitli In Norfolk*
Keaneaa In Kiolnmnnl.
I'iMcituiirt In l.iiit-libiire.
Miiiiotn;; of ill.- ?luii?.
Wou l.o-it Per Ceut.
lliohmoad.M 30 .6.14
I.yuchburK'. 4? M ->".?.0
Portsmouth. 4o 41
Petersburg. 37 43 .102
Norfolk.. 33 01 .3.'2
lluauoko. :3 51 .3'.'il
Tbo uucertaiuty uf tho national
gouiu was never niure clearly demon
at rated tuuu ou yesterday wbeu the
"Ulauie" uud tbe "Truokora" met lor
the Hueouil gamo uf tum series. '1 bo
talent, or tu utber wurde thusu who (ire
supposed to kuuvr, where wagering
tin u uiouuy on the success uf the ladu
who went tbo fuuoriil lined uuilorai^,
and when it beoams known that Weeks
was to occupy the bus they raised tin.'
ante uud offered nud gave odd?.
"Why it's an easy thing." "Win, why
yen, Norfolk will win in a walk." it's
a dead easy thing, "It's a oinoli," and
oilier phrases ot tho day wore heard in
prulnsluu, and u inoro ssugiiiuo crowd
u( rooters never wended their way to
tbo park or ocoupied seats iu ttio
graud stand und liliuchers.
Hi.i, the buys were not buiidiiitr us
wisely aa they thought. 1'bey lost sight
ul the fuct thut tlie npuuMug team
was equally as sauguiuo,aud cuwe over
to play ball and to win if poaaible. big
Willie Brandt was obosou from among
tho corps oi "twirlers" who uro draw
iu,; salaries frum the Portsmouth team
to do the honors of tbe occueiou, nud
"ludiau Phil" Vettor, tue hard work
log haok etop, was paired with him.
.m si r wns mi audience mure iiuuutieut,
for the game tu Hart, than thai o: yoa
lerday. The Norfolk rooters wore
upon their oounteuauoes, smiles ol eou
teutuioul nud aasurauce, while the visit?
ing ouutiugout were thoughtful ami
quiet, occasionally, Hading voice to
siiig tho praise ot u favorite, or to,
auswer iho question, olt repeated,
"Do you people Ihiua you aro going
Time has no favorites, consequently
it rolled around atitl Mel. ui^biin put
the hall iu motion, with oloUanu up.
"Uiggy" hit a ton 1 tip, Vetter was
uuitt-r it uud he took a ? i..w walk to Iho
bench. O'liageu unido a uico single,
hut tiled on second through Corcoran
hiltiug to Llall, who, with Maugau'e
nsaiatancu, completed u very pretty
double play. The same thiug wus ru
pouted iu the visitors Urst. Norfolk
was presented with a goose opg in the
second, c, hi.i: Portsmouth sent Ihren
uiou across the rubber by Votter lead*
lug oil with a corkiug double,Maugan's
bane ou bulls and hits by llarerove,
Fuller and liali, and Thornton ? error,
three men being lelt ou buses by Kuox
Iu tbe third Cute led off with a 'Man
dy" iu loll lieht for one liuse: McUuuu
bit for two bans, and both he ami Cote
scored on (I'lliigtiu's aiuglc and Cit
ville's error. 1'ortamuuth was shut
out in tho third, Norfolk failod to
score ii^uin until tho seventh when by
tho aid of a base on balls, Foster being
hit by a pitched hull uud singles by
i icier, Met dinii and O'llagun, and tuo
very liad errors by Hull, tho home
team succeeded iu piling up six runs.
Then excitement ruu high. Tbo
rooters" ul both Hides were undergo?
ing a great mental strain, und all
kinds of eucourugement wnw giveu
gratuitously to i nch team. Tue p ay
ors kicked ami looK aitvnntago uf every
pportniiity lo gain a point, Kelly
and Votter at tins point engaging iu u
war of words, which, bow ever.amounted
to nothing, save to Call lorth Homo uu
pleasaut remarks from the frieiida of
both sides. The score was then'.* lo 8
favor of Portsmouth, as that team
had made four l una iu the fourth on
sluglos by Hull, t'avellu uud Hallman.
the latter taking Ku< It's place, whu was
put uut uf tho game for usiug bad luu
guago lo aloLaughllu, and errors uf
I horutuu nud oloUauo, uud a base ou
Tho visitors mads two more in the
sixth ou Cuvelle'a hit. lute's error,
and singles by Votier und Maugau.
i hut settled it; the game was won
right thero, us Norfolk, after making a
graud tuily in tho seventh and fulling
to tie the .score, succumbed lo thu
1 nickers, who cliuchetl the game by
shutting Norfolk out iu iho uiutb by
clever w?irk, 'late struck out, Thorn
ton sent out a rattling two-bagger,
(icier hit a beautiful high lly to left
held, which Hiilluian gathered in und
Heide i the ball lo I'lllirstOU at second,
in tune lo complete it nice double plav.
as well us to oause another ?lofcat for
the "Glauis" by the close margin of 'd
to 8. For further lnforinutiou poruse
the uppeudoii score:
K?i:ioi >>? roaiajioi in.
I: II l><> l. I: il POK
MiC.auo. 21; ,2 t a I Carllle. rf. l -' 0 l
i'U.ik i>. 3u 1 .ilo rriuritou,*! .lie
'or. oi an, m I u 2 o Knut, if.u 0 0 0
I it.-. 11-. II 0 i<) 1 II .Mill III. If.... 0 1-1
Tborulou. ui... I 1 l 2lVvlter,c. l 2 U o
I Qa rer, rf. . 0 I o
niMungin, Mi . i l
Olltara.roro.cr I l
. ?II. r. g|?., .. I I
itall. in . i 2
lirandl, p ... o l
Total . I' 12
Total.tj lo 21
Si Oka BV INNINOS.
Norfolk. ...... u 0 2 0 o o c o 0? 8
PerUraoutb.o :i o * U ? o o a ? u
Summary: Earned Rune?Porta
mouth, -l. Two base Hits?Mel iauu,
Tliorntou and Vottor. Baso on Balls ?
OIT Weeks, 6; otV Foster, 2; off Bruu.U.
4. Ilit tvj Pitched Uall?Foster.
Strnok Out?Bv Foster, 1; by Wooks,
2; by Brandt, 7. Wild Pitches ?
Brandt, 3, Pasted Ball* Votier, 2.
Stolen ISasea?i.iei?r.O:ivolle, 2; Thnrs
ton. 2; Manguu, Fuller, uuil Hull.
Left on Bason?Norfolk, 7; Ports?
mouth, 7. Double Plays?Ooreorun,
Riol tunti and T?te. Corcoran and Mu
(iaun, MoOaan und Tata, Hull atid
Muuguu, llullotan and Thuratou?I'm
iure ? Mr. MoLaughbu.
Iliclimmid 'iakn Another fruttl Um
it I ii aletaiio.
Iiy Southern A-.ii.cuni i Prots.
Richmond, Va., July 30, ? Richmond
wim again i um'. Koauoke this after
uoou in u I euutifuby played guuie, aud
while no > ispeoiully briliiutit work was
done on oiiiier aide; ull of tbo men
worked with vim. Tbo gumo was u
I pitcher's battle, in which Tauuehill
showed his superiority over Lloyd,
it ii r.
i kticbmoml..2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 I 7 o
It.jiuiu' e .1 0 0 0 ii 0 0 1 o- a 7 '?!
I Batteries: Tanuchill aud lostor; I
Lloyd and Welch.
I lUo Pour Saras era A train I'ofoateid
llv Southern AsHociatod I'ross.
IiYKCHUuno, Va., July 30, Lynch
bury uud Petersburg played a grout
guiuo of ball to-day, both pilotiern
were on their motile, and tbo fielding
was sharp aud spirited. Smith'* lucky
two hu ??er in the ninth inning brought
in the winning run tor Lynchbnrg, It .
was uobudys game nntll tbo lust man
was out. Score:
11 11 K
l.vnchbnrft. (i n o 2 1 0 2 0 1? II 6 2
IVi or bur,; _ 111000010 ? '.' 2
Batteries: McKenua and Schabet;
Jauics and Keefer.
I lie >ntlllilHl l.ttMttltU (?ailleSia
it li B '
Philadelphia ..0 4 n o o u <> n-io l i i |
Urooklyu .0 o 1 o o u o i 0 ??? 6 12 0 I
Batteries: Taylor and Clements;
Lucid und (">rim.
At fittsburg? I
it II v.
Pittebnrx.00003000 x? a ?.? l
Chicago._n 0010U1U0 2 8 i
Batteries: Foreman aud Morritt;
Hutchinson and Kittridgc.
At Washington? I
It II K
Wushmirto.i ? 0 0 o u 0 1 :'.- 0 a 0
Now York.1" i G l ?_? (ii ix it 23 o
I Batteries: Boyd, Mullnrkey, Ooogae
nud MoQuire; Uusie. Faricil uud Wil
i At Louisville?
i: ii r.
1 Louisville. 2 0 0 1 8 1 4 0 3?1H 20 2
St. Louis. 0 1 0 0 0 ll 0 0 I? 2 a H
Batteries: InkK, McGregory, War
uer aud Zabucr; Stalev, Kissinger uud
At liiuiton--l'oston Baltimore gamo
I Nnies niiil CotraniOMIa ?? Hiu ?Jriiuc.
It will be MoPartliu or Herr, agaiust
Unllmau, Loach or Moyuihuu, this
' The tiulo cup which goes to Ports?
mouth, is on exhibition in Mr. F, li.
Uale's show window.
Both Boyd aud Mullarkoy were
batted out of the box by the New York 1
team yesterday ut Washington.
Tim Nevius, o( lust aeaBons KoauoKO
team, is making a good reputation by
his clever pitohiug for the Atlantic
Johnny Forcmuu, of tho Pittsburgh,
was put in uguiust Hutchinson, of thu
Chicagos, yesterday and that beuvy
liittiuy aggregation only got oight lute
ofl the "Kid." Piltsburg won :! to 2.
Weeks wus takeu out of the game
yesterday uftor tbo tourth inaing.
Fostei wiib substituted, who only ul
lowed the visitors four hits. F.ight
hu? the uuiuber secured oft Weeks.
'1 im Moyuiban, a "south t>aw"
twirler from the- Springtteld Club of
the Easteru Leugne, reported tu .Milli?
nger Brady of the Portsmouth tuum
yesterday. MoPartliu bHya hi ia a
I Louisville got twenty hits yesterday
otV Stuley oud Kissiuger. Staley was
knocked out in tho tilth alter'eight
runs wero made in that iuuiug, Kis?
singer followed bun aud the "Colouels" i
piled up seven more runs,
alcGaun whs at the bat livo times
yesterday, und got four bite, three
ni ogles und h double. He whs followed
closely by O'Hagau with three hits,
in tuet, thono two players made seven
ol the ten hits made by tho homo team.
Thorutou, (ioier and (Jotu having ouu
each to their credit.
1 ih: VlHOlNlAN said o few days, ngo 1
that Horr aud Collitlower bad becu
giveu notices of roleu^e. It derivod its
information from the plovers them?
selves. Siuco then it has gained tur
ther kuowloiige about tho mutter aud
Islands in a position to say that it in
true, nil reports to the contrary not?
withstanding. Their releases may have
been recalled. That ia "a horse of ii
If McLaughlin would keep hia ears
alien ho would have ooottsion to ?uo a
low other pluyora und put them on tho
bench besides. He should novor have
allowed Kelly to doiuy iho game bv
"chinning" with Vetter about lighting
yesterday. I hero aro only two things
for you to do. McLaughlin, and they
are, do a luun with firmness and impar?
tiality! or mnko room lor a tnau who
possussCH these qualities.
Tin: VutoiKiAN'a Richmond corro
Hpondout furnishes the followiug:
"Pitcher Diusmoro wub to-,lay releusi d
l>y Msnagor Wells, and ho will leave
to morrow for hiu borne in Pennsyl?
vania. Diusmore bus done fairly good
work, winning over half tho gumeu in
which he bus pitched, but he nan ton
uncertain to be depended ui om at th.a
ntagu of tho season. Beside.- ho was
very weak at bat. Welle will keep ;
only four pitchers ?Flynn, Tnunebill, ,
Kuorr uud Clilleu, He will pitch j
Flynn aud Tauuehill ua oitou aa they
pan stand the work."
teed Toe at Mao's. Ico Ureas*, at
The Virginian's Daily Hints
HOUSE-KEEPERS ! .
Bill of Fare
"TO - MORROW,
iTUUltSIl?V. Ali.Usi- l?c.
PREAKFA3T. IV ,-V ? lirafcaiu >fl<?h.
Co peal ii? f. Prj i-li i m i. Maple iynip
H ami Kuitor. C Re
DirsirsiElF?. b>owr<l Vial V a ?hol Put at a
Miumier >.u*?li. l.-itti. i iieiiinutr >. W bl a
auil ? rah tin llread. In.? Jumbles.
?UPPER. Vena . I> .1 i: While
llriM.I S.kctt 1*1 eapplv ' ike. I'm,
Two a el*-' eateu l>?<?; a-lil ii If acup swtet milt.
Dip atalv slices or white ln\a Lrowo in butler.
Serve lim ?i >? aaapU errup.
Tbo lawn party aocr edited to St.
Peter's I'. K. Chiirob yesterday morn
lug iu theso columns should bavo boon
l'nrk Avonuo Baptist
Mr. John \V. Whitehnrst and lady,
of Park avenue, roturuud liotno yo?u>r
iluv from a visit to tbeir eon iu IJulu
Mrs. I. VV. MiHun, accompanied by
Miss Alary Now, of James City, Wil
liauiaborg. tho former oi Itiontuoud,
\ Ii., Hi on a visit to .Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Aboniiitbv, Ueservoir avonuo.
Mrs. \V. Ii. Hcdrick, uf Edonton, N.
('.. wbo wan visiting Mr. O. M. Baker's
funiily, Ucservoir avenue, bus returued
I Tbo liocal Board of Im pro vom out
mot yesterday evening, nt ? o'olook
with tbo followiug members present:
Chairman c. Brooks JoIiubou and
Messrs. Ilitobiugs, l.ewcllsn and
Nottingham Tbo miuutus of tbo last
locating were road ami approvod,
Several cotuuiunioalious aud bids
relative l? lire alarm-, foi the ward
! worn lefeired to tbo special committee
I for tbo purpose.
I Tho matter of tho Lambort'e Creek
' bridge "as referred to Mr. Kiddle to
i'he question of improving tho Nor
folk Street Kuilwuy Liue lo Lambert's
Poiiil iyiug in Si\th Waid. Mr. Jpbuj
sou said provided that tho ward
furnish' shells oud lumber lor each
side witbiu tho two feet of the com?
pany's track, all (hi; work aud (he
balauco ul tho material to bo at the
espouse of said oompaoy.
A petition from pspt. A. H. Lonato
was ou motion referred to the Sobool
No action for grading the? streets
was deemo.l proper before n meeting
! of the oiti/.pns should be hold to dis
cuss tho mattet.
The proposition as to iho unit on
streets, was refurrod to the iiuauee
A communication from Mrs. M. W.
Fatherly with regard to a iiuieunco,
' was reterred to tho Street Committee.
I A petition from Mr, It. Joyues
I asking permission to use certain dirt
j for lilliug, wus roferred t.i Iho Strcot
l i, P.. in:; tee.
The Board ordered an electric: light
at tho coruer of ' llnej road and Morsn
! Other matters of 00 special interest
in those columns received uttuution.
1 roperlT approved bills were allowed
aud the Board adjourned,
Mr. Daniel II. lialton is recovering
from his recent illness, hut is yet
Mrs. Horuco Phillips expects to
leave to day lo spend some time at
Mountain Lake Purk, Md.
lorn Byrd. white, wus yestorduy as?
sessed Sf.JU in iho Mayor's Court lor
being drunk und disorderly.
Nothing was demo in the Circuit Court
yesterday, though the adjournment has
not vet been ordi i ml,
Maj. W. II. Davidson, of iho Suf?
folk Military Academy, was yesterday
j l?-.ri.iiu:i:v II MiiiKi.i. Mr, Edward
A. Daugbtrey, ot Suffolk, was ou Suu
daj married to Alisa Mettle V. C. Ilar
rell m the county uoar Cypress Chapel.
The bride is a daughter of Mr. James
liarrell. Tho cereiuouy wits per
formed by lies. il. II." Duller. Mr.
und M rH. Daugbtroy are now ul home
ou Dolliday street, Suffolk.
Stoiik IiiTiiui.AiiiiSB?, ? Sometime
during Monda\ night, probably at uu
early hour yesterday morning, an un?
known burglui or burglars entered the
store of Mr. 11. E. Cross, on East
Washington sir-et oxtoiuied, and re?
moved a number of articles of ruer
ebandiso. Tbo ontranoo was o(Tooted
from tiio rear, a thick piece of iron
I being used.
John YY, Ka\ Assigns.- A deed of
BssigUmeul was yesterday recorded iu
the County Clerk's ottice fiom John
W. Kay to A. ii. Baker, trustee. The
deed ussi^us all tbo stock of go ids,
wares, aud merchandise iu tho store?
house occupied by the said Kay in
Barrett's Nook, Nsusoniond county,
togetber nun nil the futures, accounts,
uotes, dohta, and lands passed by Kay
to said Baker to bo disposed of for the
best protection ?'?! the creditors class --.
of which uro UUtned as follows:
First, those poraous who have execu?
tions in the hands of the Sheriff for
collection; second, one, note oi 81G9
payable to tbo Farmer*' Bank of Nan
si mend, drawn by John \V. Kny and
endoisod by W. M, Brittaiu and k. U,
Atkinson; third, C. \V. Fen tress a Co.,
ot Norfolk, $1)0. Altor tbe preferred
creditors are i aid in the order of their
respective priorities, the remaining
funds iu the bauds of the trustee will
bo distributed among the romaiuiug
PlIOt'OSBD Nitw Iniu siiiv, ? it is poi
aible that Suffolk w ill eoou bare another
brick factory, which will manufacture
a very high grodc uttiole, A rojyrcseu
Don't Delay! 0nlymng.f Ames & Burk Removal Sale
pZ^-j/n *2 ~o?r~?f1, mm lwei ,tle
WAL, FOH Hen CJt.n^A rneH MAOHUS SMUU itiJnoXZV'T- ??6/C' aUT ?'" ?A T'S ?* r~
1-_-" Z2 S'.ULl iSItZ g??2 J c-qw/Vgr y? riMPF.RAHCC h>IC?IC Off
Pins. Ops. Pictures ii Absolute i
___ "WUVIHIV VW \on don't ,.,>o 1 c*JU, v.o hoII uu eaSy lorn.,
tutivuof Obisbolm, Boyd,(White St Co..
of Chicago, has licou prospecting in
tlii'. vicinity with thu named end in
view und now Im- option on it farm
from which to prnanie clay. The high
priee obergod for tho form may dutor
ELIZABETH CH Y. N. O.
I'm/aiutii Oitv, N. ('., July :i0.?
A large ?udietieu lillod tho opera house
lust Hi:1 i during the cuturtaiumeut
given by the children from the Oxford
ilrphau Asylum. It is sale to ?uv t nut
all present foil more than doubly re
paid lor tho expeuditure of (he ad?
mission fee by the excellent musical
concert to wbioh they were treated.
'1 ho crew of Ibe ship J. W, Iiiessor,
wrecked ou our const lust week, left
here yohlurdnr afternoon lor Norfolk,
Iho eoodiliou of n part of I'oin
dir.ter street since the ruin Hum morn
ing is wretched, tho pavemeut being
oiiiircly submerged in water m some
places, thus making walking very dilli
cult aud unpleaaaut. As iho street is
one oi the' inomt frequeutad in the city
tiie defect should ho iciuedied.
r bo liaal tat itaa i'nmtlr.
Macon, Ua.---I have found hiimiuons
Liver Regulator the hont family modi
cine. 1 have need it in indigestion und
biliousness ami found it to reliove Im?
mediately. After eating a hearty sup
per, if on going to bed I takua dose of
it I never feol uny bad effects of tho
supper.?Ovid ti. Sporke, ex Mayor.
Mr, .lohni.ic 1'orobae, of Curudeti
Courthouse, is the guost of Mr.
Mrs. Capt. Taylor, who has becu
very ill at her homo on Maple avenue,
Miss Martha Borl.loy, who has just
recovered from her sevoro iIIiiuhb at
the homo of her parents on Chestnut
street, will loovu to day iu company
with her mother nud two sisters for
Book tu Alum .Springs, where
tbey will spend the summer for their
Mrs. William Shark will leave to day
to Visit her nephew, Mr. (iuo. W.
Ulenn, in uooomaok county.
Brings com fori und improvement rmd
tends lo personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The ninny, who live bet?
ter than others hml enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's liest products lo
tin- need- of physical being, will attest
the value to licit 1 til of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs,
It- excellence is duo to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas?
ant lo the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of u |tcifect lax?
ative: effectually cleansing the system,
dispclliug colds, headaches and levers
uud permanently curing constipation.
Ii has given satisfaction to millions and
met With tllO approval Of the medical
profession, because it acts ou the Kid?
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak?
ening llieni and it i> perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Fii;s is for sale by all drug?
gists in 80c and $1 bottles,but it is man?
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Pigs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
?twin's Twin City ExpressP
W. T. IRWIN & CO. PROPRIETORS.
OFHIOli?MSI WATKK?T., NOKVOLK, VA
Aiupio in.:!-- for hauling anything to
and front auywhere iu thcthroo ities. twltv*
pLoue No. G, Charges raaeonable,
?g I MEN'S I MEN'S I MEN'S | MEN'S
~H1 % A . . ? *> P a ebionabln ? Oflioe Coats
J, a , . *> 1 asbionable ? uiiioe ( oats.
<i, W o r k i n b * Riegant < awl- * Ijjgu, BI)d ? you Cau also
* PaaU, strong ? mero Pauts, ? DarkStriped * use tbetn for
T ami durable. T natty stvle*. i |?ftUt- |>.-t * bouse com
? Mid Hummer 4> Mill - Summer * ?,?1^, Mid- X fort. Mid
J l'noo J Price X ?ummerprice* Hurumer Price*
I 73c. I 91.24 I $2.681 21c.
S ! MEN'S I MEN'S | MEN'S | MEN'S
? *> l-'incst Huni ? 1'ino DresH *, S-j;
E~ ? (ioo.l niul Du- $ Natty P?si- ? Suits. X Suitsimport
-? % raldu Work X 11 0 H 8 8u|,t8' X Ohoviot*. X ed Oingnnals
55 a i u k Suits, y Many Stylos. ? (j a H H imoren 0 ami 0 1 ay
SSjjj ? Mid-Summer 5 M,a Hummer ? uu,i Tweeds. % Worsteds. ? :
==: % l'noo a Pf??" * Mid Summer <j> Mid-Summer J SSj
~: # t Z ''rico # I'rico
$2,87 * $4.37 ! $7.23 ! $9.62 \ j|
I BOYS' I BOYS' 1 BOYS' | BOYS' I ?j
*P Nnot and sor * Suits for uflor % All-WoolOas- J> SuitH lhat % ^=
x viceablo Suits. T noon woar- ? sintere, Obey* x were J?3, Sli, ? 5[
3? I'rolty sbiidoH % good enough | i u t and* ST and S7.50. -
nml patcrim. ? fur Sunday, ? Tweed Suits. ? Mid-Summer
.Mid - Summer I tno. Mid Sum ? Mid Summer Z l'rice % zzz
^ I'rico ? ?~
a ft*2.4R ! $3.15 I s
97c. I $1.49 ?$2.48*
1 Gannon Ball Dlotfiing Co., 89 main St., Norfolk. I
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ECONOMY IS FEMININE!
Black, tan, cream, 1 i1?t blue, white and pink
Stockings- Ladies' sizes only, these: lace or open
work ankle and instep and veiy tine quality are
here, 25c a pair. Thai they are Stockings that
sell everywhere for 50c no one who sees them will
doubt. The reason we sell them lor half that is
that they are Summer Stockings; the importer
having J45 dozen only, closed them to us at
jtist hali the price of a month ago.
Mosquito liars, <> y.irds around, 90 inches
wide, made on patent ban ! wood canopy and ready
to hang, $1.25. Carefully note that these are the
si/.c and quality sold in the city at $1.50.
One rase half bleached Turkish Bath Towels,
size 16x3*1 inches and good, heavy quality, 5c each.
Men's Shirts, Pure Linen, pleated bosom, open
front, and back: good muslin. Shins fit for the
linest trade. 5<?c each.
Men's Undershirts. There is a bargain going
here in these, 25c.
Ladies' Mitts, black, pure silk, none larger than
required by a lady wearing 6| kid, 10c, and a bar?
W?TT, HETTEW & CLAY.
/A . j -- . S T . VINCENT' ?s -^ /A
?TURKISH AND RUSSIAN BATHS ! $
Cor. Church sand Bute Streets*.
Open Daily, 8 A. M.-12 P. M. Sunday, 6 P. M.
Hours Reserved for Udiaa, FRIDAY", Q A. M.-4 P. M.
VAN TELBURG HOFMAN, Manager.