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IHE PRESS M MM
An Elegant Aft'air Given at the St,
A Superb Supper and Eloquent
Speeches by a Number of Nor?
folk's Progressive Newspaper
Men and Prominent Citi?
zens. The First Feast.
About six months ago the newspaper
men of Norfolk aud Portsmouth,
organized a club known as tho
Norfolk and Portsmouth Press
Club, composed of about fifty
young nieu connected with the pross of
the two cities as rditors, reporters, etc.
There were associated with thuui a
number ot accredited correspondents
and handsomely furnished rooms were
opened in the Umstadter building,
Mr. J. A. Dalby, of Tup. Vikoinian,
was elected president; Mr. Charles T.
Blaud, then ot the Portsmouth Star
but now night editor of The Vuiois
ian, vice president; Mr. Joseph Mar?
tin, of tho correspondents, secretary,
and Mr. Joaeph J, Bennelly, treasurer,
with an oxecutivo oommittee of seven,
with Mr. H. S. Baily, ol tho Land?
mark, as ohnirman. '1 hero were also
' taken into the club as associate mom
bers a number of prominent oitizons
who have financially and mntorially
strengthened tho olttb.
The organization has been very satis
footorily conducted and is in good con?
The tirst annual banquet was given
at the St. James Hotel last night and
was an elegant allair. This day was
selected because of the fart that twenty*
one years ago last night, tho president,
the oldest member of tho club, took
his first lesson in journalism, and as
stated by tho tonsttuaster entered a
newspaper oflieo for the purpose of
sweepiug up tbe floor,
Covers bad been laid for sixty per-1
Bons and nt 9:30 tho nowepapur men
at d their guests wrro seated arouud
tbe banquest table to enjoy tho delica?
cies named below.
Little Nei k < lams.
Broile.l Spanish Uacberel with
! rawn lmtter.
Broiled Sprit r Chi. ki u. Soft Dhell t rat b.
Fried uj stors. l i led (i rini; Uhicksn.
.--u wed uystere.
Baked SmithOeld Hams, Champagne Sauce.
Bafta'u lou>;;;e. ttaliliuoro i orpcdBeOf.
Saddle of Koiitbduwu Lamb,
SuvkbuK I'lg. Sago Urossiug
Lobet? r Pa n?!. I r.-h Salad. Potato Salad.
Lr.ltin-.cro 1 each leo Oroaui.
Wine .icily Diamonds. Plain I'onud Cake.
Lj-a; Kisata. Cream .tumbler.
Assorted t akes. Assorted Nuts.
Lou Ion I.a\cr ltaisins,
Lanauiis, Pluenpple Cheese.
Tea. Coffee. Chocolate.
Mr. Jno. Whitehrad, of Tin: Via
GIXIAN, was toast master.
"Behold tho Man, He Speaks for
Himteli." wns rosponded to eloquently
by Mr. J. A. Dully.
"l'bo Press"?"The bravo press, tbe
fair prees, tbe honest press, standing
between the people ami oppression ?
the great bulwark of liberty, as de?
clared by tho father's of our country."
Mr. K. 0. Murray, editor ol tho
Landmark, responded to this toast,
making u strong instructive speech,
calculated to greatly betictit the
youuger and less experienced newspa?
per men present.
"The ti renter Norfolk,"
"The South Atlantic Metropolis, one
of the realities of the future. Let us
bead our cuorgtcs thut tho union may
be epeedily accomplisLeil."
Mr, tJleunau, editor of Tut: Yin
oisun, responded, making an interest?
ing address telling of ttio growth of
Norfolk, tbu part which tho uaspaper
men of tho city have taken iu accom?
plishing its advancement anil the ad?
vantages which members of tho Tress
Club cujoy unknown to thoso who
were connected with the newspapers of
the city in earlier days. His remarks
were received with loud applauso,
"Virginia" "The mother of states
and statesmen. May all coming gen?
erations fctrivo to maintain her proud
The speaker wos Mr. A. 1'. Thorn,
who, in eloquent language, told of the
past and present unit what might be
expected in the future of the grand old
Commonwealth. It was an uddress
along oi igiuul lines and at times en
"The Judiciary - May onr judgos
bo pure, able and honest. ?\luy justice
at nil timeH tie tempered with mercy."
Judge Willcox responded, saying it
was tho duty of tho prebs to uphold thu
judiciary when right, to condemn
when wrong. Ho said when the people
lost faith in their judges revolutions
followed. Judge Willcox's remarks
were highly appreciated,
"Cur Guests Esteemed by the
Knights of the Quill, would that they
were members of our clan,"
Mr. John O. Carroll was the speaker,
and in a most eutortuiuiiig muuuer per?
formed tho part unsigned him.
"The Ladies, God liiess. Them"?
Gen. E. M, Henry wuh the speaker and
paid au eloquent tribute to woman.
Severol times during the course of his
speech he wo? interrupted by applauso.
"Tho Norfolk and Portsmouth Press
Clnb"? Mr. H, S. Bailey, of tho Laud
mark, told of the organization ot tho
club, tho purpose of the organization,
what had been the beneficial results
followed Us formation, Mr. Bailey
proved himself a good speaker, ns well
as a good newspaper man.
Mr. E rank Autilott: was introduced
and gave a number oi bis hast charac?
ter recitations. Mr. Antilotti isa genius
who never fails "to bring down tho
At tbe instance of tho committco tho
toast-master gave the names of tho
merchants of Norfolk who had so gen?
erously assisted them in bandsomelv
famishing theic rooms, und returned
to caoh aud all of them tho thanks of
the olnb (or the substantial manifesta?
tion of good will.
Tho banquet was thou dcolarod eud
ed witii thu hope that all would be
prrhunt at the banquet lu L89G. ^g)
Meet In SI "i Nt-.lKxtl Uonrd.
The School Board mot yesterday
afternoon, with the President, Captaiu
W. A, S. Taylor, iu tho chair.
Nine bide for constructing tho annex
to tho High School buildiug wero
opened, aud the contraot awardod to
tlio lowest bidder, Air. C. 13. Myers, at
Tho ot-,tit \ will consist of one small
and two large class rooms.
It was decided to employ an nrobi
tect to superintend the work, paying
him tho usual cotumissiou for such
A number of architects appeared bo
fore the Hoard aud submitted plaus
and specifications for thu proposed now
solioolhoiise in the Fourth Ward. Thu
contraot for the plans, etc., was given
to .), C. Teague,
Tho oommittoo on buildings; and
property was authorized to udvor
for proposals to build tho Fourth Ward
school, bin's to be acut to .1. 11. White
head, chairman of tho committee, by
13 m. ou tho -'.Ith inst.
Valnnble Ubupel Mreel t'roperlv ?'
Uy dirootion of Thos. W. Uhelton
an i H. A. Mursdeti. trustees, Byrd,
Baldwin St Co., utiotiuneors, will sell at
the Koal Estate Kxehange. at 1*2 m. to?
day, that oertaiu piece or parcel of
land, situated at the southwoat curuor
of Wood uud Chapel streets, oud moro
particularly described as follows:
"Oommuneing at tho cornor of Wood
aud ('Impel streets, ami running thence
westwardly along Wood stioet twenty
eight (2) foot to what was, or is, Har?
dy's line, thence southwardly along
what was, or is. Hardy's line to the iiue
of the lot now or formerly belonging to
Win. II. Turner, thence oustwurdly
along said lot, now or formerly belong
iug to t'.ie uuiri Turner to Chapel street,
tlieuee north along Chapel atmet sixty
four Mill fi ot to Wood Btrcst, the place
'I'll.. Huben? Uoroiia t:s%?e.
Judge Uuuckul yesterday heard tho
argnuieut in the hnheas oorpus ouae,
involving the custody of tho Ii year old
child ot John W, Hoggs, It appears
thut .Mr. Boggfl und his wife beiug tin
able to live together, beuauso uf tho
alleged interference of near relatives
separated, Mrs. Hoggs kocping the
little girl in ber custody, dohu 0.
'illton ropit'fccutod Mrs, Bogrts and J,
LS, Colo tho fatlior of the child.
The little girl, the object of dispute,
wnn in Court with tier mother und in a
very pretty child. After hearing tho
evidence aud tho urgumeul, Judge
Huuckcl took the ouse uudor advise?
I'oiu .uiiicr tit Vtraluin. Heads*
Mr. Folk Miller had kindly given,
hie services at tho outortaiumout at
Virginia Beaoh for the benefit of the
Day Nursery Cottage. " lie^will^ givu
his celebrated delineation of' the
"Dorkcy Befo' do Wah." Tho outor
taiutneut will bo alfresoo ou the bind'
iu frout of Shield's cottage on Satur?
day night, August 3d, Tho nulo of
tickots indicate that quito a party will
attend from Norfolk.
Police i onn.
William Johnson, colored, carrying
a concealed weapon; fined 822,25,
Same, steuliug soverul pieoes of
crockery and a dressed chicken; con?
tinued one day.
11. Shields, alias Brownslow, ool
ored, stealing throo barrels from W,
11. Brothers; ninety days iu juil.
John Welch, white, bteuoh of tho
peace; tiued $12*20 and sent to jail iu
?lohn Fvatis, colored, assault ou
Robert Coles: continued one day,
Isaac Brown, colored, iarcouy; oon
tinned oue day,
Another Social t int, iu 'trouble.
Justice Burroughs will this morning
invert it: ute the Southern Social Club,
which has rooms in the rear of dames
11. Mudden's place ou Church street.
In disapproving the charge that ,1. 11,
Madden had sold liquor to minors it
was brought to the attention of Justice
Burroughs that tho liquor furnished
the children camo from tho Sciitheru
Soeiul ("Inb. Tho otUcors of tho club
will be lieforu the J ustioe.this moruiug
to uiuko answer.
It?iv. Mr. Hurrel! Culled,
Uov. J. B. Barrett bus been called to
the pastorate of the Christian Memo
rial Temple, to succeed l>r, Jones,
who goes to Marion, Indiana. Mr.
Barrett, it is said, will accept, lie is
known to thepeoplo of this city,having
lived in Hrurublcton for the pust threo
years, Ho is a good preacher aud
'?'bo ICefcl tor tlie P/uuiiir.
Macon, Ga.?I havo found Simmons
Liver Regulator tho best family uiedi
oiuo, I have used it iu ludigostiou aud
biliousness anil found it to relieve im?
mediately. Aftur oatiui.' a hearty sup
per, if on going to bed i tuko a doeo of
it I uovor feel any bod effects of the
supper. ? Ovid (:. Soari.o. ex Mayor.
lion*l "Multen illlainke.
Bo euro to call at our storo this week.
Salo coutiuued ut prices as advertised
tor balance of the week. You can buy
anything iu our stock nt a big reduc?
tion from regular prices. Levy Bros,
Modern Bargain Store, 171 Mam
EvenlngEjccurtiioti loOld Point.
Mcaiurr > on limn utotl.
Tho steamer Northampton, of Old
Dominion Lune, will leave Bay Line
wharf, Norfolk, every Monday, Wed?
nesday aud Friday evening at 7 p. m.
lor Ohi Point; retaruiug, leave Old
Point ut 10 p. m, Kouud trip ;uro for
this delightful exoursiou, 5U cents.
Dr. N. Jackson, Homceopatbist.
Ofiico, Moritz building; Hesideuoe, Ho
toi Horton;; pboua, 286, J/T-eodtf
Because the News is Conveyed to
the Mind at a Glance.
Turned Over to tho County Authori?
ties. The Chamber of Commerce
Presented With a Picture.
Sued Out a Writ of Habeas
Corpus. Personal Notes.
Fair weatbor to day with voriablo
Mr. C. ?. Duley left laBt evening for
a month's tour tnrough the North.
Matthias M. Tunis qualified in the
Corporation Court yesterday to prac
ltev. K. 1$. Hatchor, pastor of the
First Baptist Church, has gone to
Asbeville, N. 0.
Visitoia nt Cotton F.xoliango: J. E.
l.ttthura, Newbern,N. C.; Albert Vuuu,
Hieb Square, N. C.
Mr. Ed. It. Uowmsn and wife, of
l'otorsburg, aro visiting Mr. Ed.
Wright, on Chapel street.
A number of tho colored cxeursiou
ists from Edouton missed the hotnu
wanl bound train Wednesday,
Mr. J, C. Presoott and -Miss Sarah E.
Scott were married at tho I'uiou Mis*
siou last evening at 7:30 o'oluok.
A. W. Normen aud wife left last
night for Blue Bulge Springs, Va,, to
spend the remainder of the siimmor.
Mrs. N. Farthing ami Miss Mary L.
Williams, of Petersburg, aro visiting
Mrs. Ueorgo Camp, iu Arhngtou place.
Tho school c.oiisus of tho Sixth
Ward shows 860 persons in that sec?
tion of the city of the school ago?be?
tween ? and years.
Tho young mau Sch?ll, who frac?
tured the skull of the nogro Popo ou
tbo Doom View railroad, was yeslerday
turned ovor tbe county uuthorities.
Miss .luumo Alexauder, a popular
young lady of this city, loft yesterday
morning for Chicago to visit friouds
Tno young ladies of the York Strost
Catholic ( ha] el held a festival at Ad
sonic Temple last night. It was well
attoudod eud will be continued to?
Cajit. Bourne, of tho Old Dominion
Steamship Company, has presented
thu Chamber of Commerce of this oity
with a picture of tho steamer James?
town, of that lino.
There will be preaching this evening
at 8 o'clock at tho Second Presbyterian
Church, tbo sorvico being preparatoty
to thu observuuco of tho Communion
Oil .Sunday night.
Two well known citizens had a lively
list tight ou tiriktmy street yesterday,
and tho game was lively when Chief
of Police King luterferrod. 'i he ulloir
will bo iuvuetiguted by the Police Jua
lico to day.
Chief of Polioe King will leave for
Richmond to day to briug bauk Mr.
aud Mrs. J. N. Wilson, who were ar?
rested in that city Thursday on the
charge of iitualiug $250 from White,
Dr. Wick, tbe (?phlbulniogist at F.
11. Gale's, wishes to announce that ho
will, on or about the 8tb of August,
loavo for the North to attend to some
personal business, Ho will return about
A deed was recorded yesterday from
Cora F. Donaldson and C. X. Donald?
son, oi Atlanta, Ca., to Charles U.
Mutts, of Norfolk, lot of land in Brain
bloton ward, oast ot Windsor avenue:
A writ of babens corpus has been
sued out iu tho case of John Nelson,
who was sent to jail by Justice Bur
roughs in default of a peace bond of
$750, As Judge Uuuckol will bo out of
the oity Judge Portlook, of Norfolk
county, wilt hear thu caso for bim.
Funeral ot' it, v. Mr. Kaeon?
Tho remains of the lata Rev, Samuel
Wcsliitigtou Kasou, of Holla Linvcu, ar?
rived hero Wednesday night and were
interred at tho lainily burying place
some miles iu the coutity yesterday,
Hov. W. P. Wright, presiding elder of
tho Ka.sleru Shore District, aud Mrs.
Es80U accoiupuuiod tho remaiua over,
ami both returned lust night.
Death is always sad, but iu tho case
of a strong, halo young man, s > well
equipped for a good work, as tho do
ceased, it is especially distressing. He
was one of tho moat promising young
ministers iu tho Virginia Conference,
aud it is hard to understand his taking
olT Justus ho was getting well started
in tns life's work, but "God moves in a
mysterious way," and the Borrowing
members of his family should he con?
soled by the fact that bo died as he bud
'I o llobb's l*inii.l.
Tho pili v steamer Poeahoutas will
leave Clyde's wharf, Norfolk, at 7 a.
m. and Old I'oint at 7;50a, m. on Suu
day August Ith, for a trip to Cobb's
Island, Faro for round trip $1. For
other particulars soo advertisement.
lu ilia nine*
Engagement, wedding, birtbstone.
children's and other rings iu great
varietiy at Greenwood's, including ^tho
remarkable Kimball's German auti
rheiiinatio ring. For anything iu gold
or siver thai tins the ting of tho pnro
metal, call at Greenwood's and procure
it at lowest bottom price.
Do not fail to see Dr, Week about
your oyes. F. 11, Gale.
9 Con tip.it..ni ami sick In n he ho positi v c\j
ci re.l hy .'apauosti Live 1'elletl. purely
vegetable, sina I and unM Fifty doses, is
cents For rale by VV, it. Mart u!
.? lid ?Uli flic I I til.
Every straw hat in the house will be
out this week cheaper thau ever. Wo
uro determined not to carry a hat
over, uml they must ail go by August
I5tb. Goldman A Uofueituer, 100
Dou't leave for the seashore or moun?
tains without oue of our "covert" over?
coats, made for cool evenings.
Nicuols i Wallace,
160 Main street.
MR. HOLBUT IN COURT.
He is Charged With Driving Over
thu Wilkins Child.
Mr. J. II. Holbort was before Justico
Burroughs yesterday, charged with
driving over the little daughter of Mrs.
Martha Wilkius, on Bramblotou ave?
nue. Miss P. A, Wood, C, P. Bau
doiph, J, E. Kussel and Mr. llusted
wore called as wituesses for the
proaeoution. They said that a horse
hitohod to a buggy in which two men
wero sealed, caine down Brambletou
aveuuo at a rapid rote about 8 o'clock
Wednesday evuniug tho 17th. That
tho horse was of a dark color. They
could not recognize Mr.Holbert as ouu
of the men iu tbo buggy.
Mr. Kussel Haid he saw the buggy
ruu over the little girl and cuiled the
men to stop, but instoad of doiug so
tln-y whipped up tho horse and drove
Mr. llusted said that the child was
daugerously injured and he did n.it
kuow whether Ghe would recover or
Mr. Holbcrt, a man named Mar
clniot ami a colored womau named
Oray appeared for tho defence, saving
that Mr. Holbort had ruu over uo one.
Mr. Holbort went to see Mrs. Wilkius,
uud wheu asked by her the color of
tlie horse he was driving, refused to
tell her, he eaid, because it was nouo
of her business.
A tiuo of S?0 was imposed by tho
Police Justico aud au appeal was
'infam Nstnlttsrlnm Kxcnralou. 1
The excursion giveu by I'ocabontas
Counoil Royal Arcanum last night to
Old Point and the Capes on the steamer
Northampton, for the beuutit of the
I iifuiit Sanitarium, was a great suc?
cors. The crowd was large aud rauoh
eujoyed the trip.
THE INSURANCE CONSPIRACY.
Fraud was Proved Conclusively in
One Case After Another,
liv houtheru Asiouiated Im.?.
Mokkukau City, N. G? August 1??
The trial of tbo ssusatioual cusos of
conspiracy to defraud insurance com?
panies wae continued to day. Tho evi?
dence brought out wee iu line with that
of the day before, but was much more
explicit and conclusive.
Fraud was proved conclusively in
one ease after anotuer. the following
shows tirst, the actual ages; seuoud, the
age named in the policy, aud third, the
real physical condition of the parties
named below, who wero all lnmired for
II A Davis, 70, 45, infirm; Sarah M
Gabriel, very old, 17, intirm; Shepard
Davis, 70, ?li, intirm; Emma J Casar,
70, 50, intirm; Melissa Guthrie, 70, 60,
Intimi; .lohn Boyd, phytiicul wreck;
Wm -I Rice, said to bo good risk, luna?
tic; Mary A Longhnrst, 05, 55; poor
heulth; William 11 doues, good risk,
consumption; Sarah A Bowie, over Ou,
It); Rossoue Washington, 60, :!5, laid
up with rheumatism; Samuel Windsor,
85, 56. inllrm: Thomas Davia.consump
tivo; Fiorouco Chadwick, iu Tory bad
The prosecution attempted to prove
that tho money received ou the benefit
peld at tho death ot Wigfall was di?
vided between four relatives of tho
dead man, and that thesis four relatives
insured u mau in the lust stages of con
Btituptiou eleven duys before doath,
swearing that he was n good risk, that
the insurance agent in Beaufort certi?
fied I hat Wigfall was a "good risk."
Most ot tho day was taken up by
wrangles between counsel as to the ad?
mission of testimony, A large number
of letters, uilidavits, applications for
insurance policies, etc., were admitted
to day and seventy or n hundred wit?
nesses wero examined orally, The
court mom was lillod 7.<ih interested
Mosquito Canopies. Wright's, I0G
Palmer's Patent Turnover Top, cord
and pulley complete.
LONO, WIDE. PRIOB,
70 niches, H yards, :>jSc.
80 inches. 8 yards, 81.48.
100 inches, 10 yards, $1.40,
108 inohes, 11 yards, 8*2.48.
You say your eyes tronblo von. Why
don't you OOUsull Dr. Week, tho oph
thulmogist. Examination free at P.
A special reduction in sterling silver
for the mouth of .liiue. Bridal presents
very low. Chaamau .V Jakemuu.
I let-It ?. r unt.
Boat and cheapest in the city. Snp
ply just received. Coll or drop postal
to B, Steinhilbi r, 1 elopbono Exobaoge.
Why travol without one of our "Cov?
ert" overcoats'' Correot in lit, style
aud place, Nichols .v Wallace,
169 Maiu streut.
Iced Coffoo ? simply delicious) at
Mac's. Try it, uud you wi.l driuk
uothiug o.so this warm weather.
The steamer "Northampton," of the
Old Dominion Line, leaves the Buy
Lino dock, Norfolk, every morning at
7:00 a, m., for Mathews ami Glouces?
ter counties, arriving hero on her re?
turn trip ubont G:00 p. m. Tins makes
u delightful trip during the hot wea?
ther. Fare SI,00 for tho round trip.
Exoursiouiits and visitors to Norfolk
should uot full to call at Murray's, No.
54 Boanoko uveDiie, for ouo of his tine
dinners, Fiall und soft crabs and thu
best the market affords, jyli-lm
What is tho eye? Mirror to tho soul.
Take good care of it. If in trouble seo
Dr. Week, at F. H. I iale'a.
?in the Wrong Klite of Ilia street,
(leo. D. Chase, 1,1 Mum street, but
he is ou the nght side of prices. Fine
lino of watches, chains, etc,, bolt buck?
les aud silver novelties. Prompt at?
tention given to ull Kinds o! repairs,
j Ophthalmitis-. What is it? it
relatos to tho eye, See Dr, Week, at P.
l'orocui for To>dar<
Wasnrao-ro*. i>. C, Augu?t 2. ism
I l'ur Virginia; Generally fair, prob
cud ably allahtlr warmer: westetly winds.
rAiM i l'or North Coo mi- Showers la east
crn. fr.tr in western porUoas; nottIhm <
I.oonl lleioolorrlcB.1 num.
Iron 34 nouns endino 8 o'clock list siost.]
0. B. Dr.vAtiruEsr of aubicultube, 1
Weathbk Bubbau. I
Local Uflice. Dodaou Buildinc I
Noheole, Ya., Aug. L 1893, j
Maximum temperature. 81
Minimum temuerututu. 63
Nor mil temperature deducted from 24
years' Observation. 77
Departure from normal. -~ 6
Acouiuulated depatture siuoe Jan. 1... ?SCO
Kalnfall fer 24 hours .0
Hainfall since 1st of tbe montb. 0
J. J. Obat. Ol ?arvsr
T?E VIRGIHI?N'S DAILY H1HTS TO HOUStKEEPERS
BILL OF FARE FOR TO-MORROW,
FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1895.
Life's car? are cotof.irts;
eueh by heaven designed.
BREAKFAST. Apples and Dales. Oat
tu.'sl. Dried licet In l-ravy. 1.) outiauu Pota?
toes. Corn llieid. Wafeis. t ullse.
Dl im im ER. Iir*ast of l.tlub. Mushed Pota?
tor?. Canned Succotash. Tomato Plekleo. L-i
tttcr, Cream 1'renluK Craserrjr Sauce, Wqite
ud? u; .ni.iii. Bread. C isiard in Cups. Vanilla
SUPPER. Cold Meat. Graham Mutli
witli Cream. Uut'.sr Tout, Cauaed Gr?pel.
i oak its. Cocoa.
l a :ii person requires t*o thousand sal] >ui of air
iu a day. How many iBTest in seiunu-buud air.
Nat* ?ssrK TruoB Narksl.
New York, Aug. 1,?Southern freah
fruits and vegetables:
Fears?LaOonte,:?1.00a$2.25 per bar
rol: do. Bartlett, orate, ?Oa?Oo.
drapes?Oooigio, common, basket,
lOal?c; do. South Cartliua, 1 pound, 5
nl-c; do. case, 25a50o; do. North Car?
olina, 1 pound, 5al2c; do. basket, 25a
Peaches?Carrier, 75ea32.00; do.
Watermelons? Hundred. $7. OOal?. 00;
do. carlood, S50.00al85.00.
Muskmelone?Parrel, 75oa82.00; do.
basket, 25a75o; carrier, 75caSo.OO;
Onions?Virginia, potato, barrol,
$1.25al.50; basket, -lOaoOu; do Mary?
land and Delaware, bbl. 81.25al.75.
Potatoes?Rose, Sl.00al.60; do.
Tomatoes?Mary land, carrier, *0a75o;
do. Norfolk do., 40ati?o.
Everyone knows to day the daugor
of feeding babies ordinary cow's milk,
however fresh. It is full of properties
injurious to tbe dolicate organization
of an infant. And it is especially so in
the summer. In oities, where ttio milk
is always of greater or less ago, it will
soon forfeit its host nourishment to
miorobes, uclose sterilized.
Tbe absolute purity of tho milk is
esreutiul aud positively necessary for
your infant's wolfare. To obtain
pure milk, sterilizing is required; your
physiciuu wilf tell you so.
The Arnold sterilizer is the simplest
and best. Anyotio cau operate it, and
its price is in the reach of all. Sold
in Norfolk tiy .lohn W, Burrow, the
druggist, Main street.
feed Tea at Mac's. Ico Cream at
Ml LCI 'KHAN ? At the resiJonco of her
aunt. Bit . Annie Hi I n k. No. 112 llollitlay
street, l\.r.> View, I o.'tsmoutb, \a. Ai gust
ist. Iv o, AUNLB, tiuaiit daughter ol .1 onn
.1. und birdie Mulcurrau, ac,od U moutbs
au I 20 days.
I uncrai from tho rcsiilouce, No 112 Uol
liday street, Park View. TIIIB ? l"ri :av |
AHTKHNOON nt 1 o clock. Friends aud ac?
quaintances res) ocif illy mvitod to atten 1.
l'AHKKK At ins lute residente, No filfi
County street, t'ortsnioutti. Va;, juIv 31st,
lotto, at 1 p 111.. 1; holier. Ii. I'AKKEK
anod 21 years U mouths au.I at) days
Kunoral sumacs from Central M. K. I
Church I'lDS (Friday) AFTK.tNOON at .,
o'clO K. l-'ilsudaaud acquaintances are iu-I
Vi ted to im<-u I.
ni tit it 1 iii.
1 hi STON-SOOTr? At ilia Uniou Mission
on Church street. Nono'k. Va., Thursday
AuRtist 1st. I S... at i:30p. in . by Ita*. W
?'. Lu. v I.D. Miss sau.il K. BCO'iT and
JA MI'S C. PRESTON, 01 Nor oik. Va,
IKE CCUPEH W\U WORKS,
111, 113 and 115 Bank St.,
NORFOLK, - - . VIRGINIA,
Largo -lock of Finishod
MONU.^HIS AND HEADSTONES.
4w-Keads i.r IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
LAST OF THE SEASON.
PALACE STEAMER P0CAH0NTAS.
$1.00 Round Tri $1.00
Sacred Music by the Richmond Hl es'
; sad anu tiio 11rand Electric I irohestrioii.
T.to I'alaoe Bteainer i ocahoutas will leave
Clyde's wharf, Norfolk, ut 7 a. in. aud Old
Point at 7t5Ua. m , Bl NUAY. ALGLSTiiu,
fur a tr ip to CoUi s Inland. Hetnr.unx she
is s be lulcd to leave Cobb a Island at 4 p.
? i . ui . t'oint at V p. iu.. and will reach Noi
foU about n p in.
Cohb ? Islwn I. hicsted In the ocean, tweix
ty-tive miles north of Cape Charles, Is Uli
r.va led for its Bnrf Bathing, (lUnitiiiK and
: is lu 'i he Kichitioiiil nines Hand and n
in iguliicent Orchestrion, operated l,y elec
tn itv, will furnish music for tit-occasion.
Refreshments *jl| be servod on the steamer
at City Prici s.
tickets Tor the round trip only si.
au2 2t VIRGINIA MAVtU A I IUN CO.
I ho firm of KAUFMAN linoa. is this day
dies Ivcd by mutual consent. Mr. Heruiait
Kanfiuau, haviiiK purcbaaod the interest of
Mr. Joseph Kautiuau. will continue the
RETAIL GROCERY am, LIQUOR BUSINESS
Lt the tame place, uiiiier the natu - Of iJEtt
alAN KALI MAN.
August 1st, lo;& auMOt
Sounds like a "fairy tale," but it'9 a positive
fact?and there are thousands of just such "Chal?
lenge-Bargain facts" scattered up and down THE
HUB'S great establishment. Stacks upon stacks
of elegant custom-made garments are there?new?
est creations of the tailor's nimble lingers?choice
BAN NOCK BURNS, in seasonable and appro?
priate designs?rich SERGES, CHEVIOTS and
CASS1MERES that display all the latest "fads
and fancies"?every Suit a bargain at $18?and a
colossal CHALLENGE wonder at the absurd
price $7.50. There's no two-price and three-price
business at THE HTB?ONE PRICE is all you
pay?and that price the lowest on record. No
reason for dissatisfaction--you are bound to be
pleased?if anything don't prove just right YOUR
MONEY GOES STRAIGHT BACK.
Special "Challenge" Bargains !
The Marvels of the Age.
j <?% It the CHALLENGE Trice
<-!- Z 1 s"'? for Double Breasted
-Te4s>?# BLUE SERGE SUITS, for?
mer prico Si'.SO, whilo they last, A
few more left.
1r\ *y Here's a price that's a
*# / "world-beater"; your choice
of hundred* and hundreds
!of the finest S3.BO PANTS as skillful
tailors hag ever turned out. Euoach
in variety to please your taste ? fash?
ionable Light and Dark shades, in
Checks, Stripes, Mixtures and solid
Irk O Think of getting $3.00 am)
yS 3d.75 CHILDREN'S 8?ITA
* at such an astounding re?
duoliou ? and (bey are Suits that will
stand all the vrear your Boys will sob*
jeot them to?any pattern you with m
Light and Dark colors and Mixed
a q Will let you tako a pick fron*
/ tM.CS 8 mammoth assortment of
the Jauntiest CHILDREN'!*
SUITS tliat has over heOn your gooA
luck to run across -all our SS.?? to*
$4.00 Suite, mude of the beBt Imported
Fabrics, going at tbls one price, $2.43,
Clothers, Tailors and Furnishers,
207 and 20? Main Street.
BICYCLES Y?? m-if^^^m^
. . . Call and see full line of above BICYCLES. . . .
Bathing Suits, Fishing Tackle,
Athletic Goods Every Description.
37" tVlaitn Street
Sprat ley Bros.
ONE PRICE HOUSE.
25c.; 25C, 23o.
Tli6 remainder o: our 50 a?id T.'e.
Waist Silks This Week 25c.
The remaiuiim- of mir BMBUOIDEBIE8,
ou Center Cuu.iicr.
25c, S5c, ?5c.
-WERK fiJo A.M.' 75c
All Of our CBlLOUKN'ti'2&0 LISLE If OS!:
NOW 13c, 13c 13c.
ALU Ol OUB 2fe I .A DIEB' TAN B?SE,
17c, 17c, 17c
All of our badiea' Kino LISLE BILK
STMCHBU VESTS, one q lality,
TO CLOSE, 33c.
Onr 2V BELT BUCKLES,
TO CLOSE. 17c.
Our CCo BELT BUCKLES,
TO CLOSE, 25c
Our 10.- BELT BINS.
TO CLOSE, 5c.
Our 20c BELT 1'INS.
TO CLOSE, i5c.
Our Molto-Low Prices.
TJndar tho Aoadamr %t Uoaiow
I STRAW H?TS
< Mi A PEST IN 1 Ii: Cl IV.
AT YOUR OWN PtflCE.
MUSI BE ;<T.l?
BOYS HATS. 25 CENTS.
Walter J. Simmons & Co..
177 MAIN STIIEXT.
I People aarr.ir? Snap, |
? Don'! Tliey? 1
p 'i lie foremost m m of Norfolk, ?riiere O
S Low Price* i ro . i ccrnoil V>
8 Tuesday, July 30, 1895. 8
o _ p
? iced liefiiions. eoch 20c. j;
? Eiohi canes wasnino $000 ist \
0 IH!f?l?f(l.iei ii'.JC. ?
1 H. CLBY PICKBTT, |
? A-3 Market Place. ^
? PUONE 7j",. C'iou.I* ?cliveruJ frea. ^