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] IQUIDS can't cure Dyspepsia,
neither will drastic griping
of mercury.
Dr. Deane's
Dyspepsia Pills
Will and do. You can pet a sam?
ple sent you, free for the asking, to
prove it They contain no mercury
1161 opium, ll you have dyspepsia,
better send for them.
OK. J. A. DEAXE CO..
Kiutttuii. New Y<
ork.
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1 II \ 1 f?-II is em|>l yiuenl for all.
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? tt'il wi.ii We ? hi" 1 ami i;lrla Nnrtli,
?> ?? Hi 1: -t and IV 'i. 11.1 we alt 1 i n i b aork for
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aad I ' n Kolli lias ? ? II nr<|iialiiteil InN.n Ik
nii.l alj.uetii lew v Will pay n'alari willicoiu
gnlMion l a Ion M '?! KAUM,at Atlantic Hotel,
t> nfol , b. tw.o 1 2 :uid I 11 in. .1 1 i ll
? KN I Ii? '???ll by ? lllipl.111 line
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t uiiet *llli - at |,i
t'"l nil |> 11 leii am address, wltli ttuuin i' 1 > l: ??
I if., New 1 ork my. J- H
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..iouUi ft it-1 it-.it
adnate ol out 01 lue leading
1 in ,ti| ?riiiieiii tut "i larg*
rko In the Ku-ti butiuki touin oapltu'. iltsiiei 1?
r mo late himself with t man < otiiuiaodlog tapl nl
e ikii.atitliit an 1 loelal ttnu I n. ki i. .. ii?? 10
lo.-ate In Norfolk. I r il e p i|i >e ol e-lalili-ibln?
ttn I der. o, In^ 1111 . e ' 1 Ml ludu? ry In Itt vur.e.l
?01 nit Iteiereitco', .Ittails 01 Infoiiuuitou, e e.,
et. nil be i 1 li 1 bj coiretpcntliiitf with I'
ti. tare nl \ iit- man otllm. iv.K-tii.fi,*a
0L (.KN IS uuke ?.-. dalle M ill
J\ Kctiilll .el
tnu le I 1 ni l.. 1 <
Inveutlou.
1 in a 1 <p if*, b'aiMpl?
I.Mil.I ,\ M \Kin, 1 :n Inuali.O.
Mill'.! NtlTltMSS.
$3.000?.!
I.KNIl nl C i>er ctnl on city iral ???
ill 11 IN a roiltlN, Acndeui
Mutic . ml 1 in-. |u31-tf
ONEOIt TWOSINOI.I i.l Si 1.1 MI N .jii
lain buardami lodging fui - ? per numb
?du. ??lug I.' lAHP
rgiutui
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Itl.KKLl.t. S .'. July 'Mil, 1815
ESSES. LARK IN ,\ t o., Agent. I.loydt Hre
Insurance Ca.. KS Malu ttret-i, Norfulki V.l..
itrntleiarn It aflord nie n..i p i-aiur? to testl v
> ttie trerr prompt and r&t'sfjo.or) telt.efiiierul 01
?fi luttstned lur.u ye-tcrdm uioriiina at n.<
? ?uii. No ? 4 Caestnul street, riucli pioui Inesa
ROOFS AND BRICK WAhbS PAINTED.
LEAKS STOPPED.
STr-ie; Very Best Wor k Cheap
&I ISA ('; n llil EtiKs. i:-.
CZ. BORUM, ?3 i=> WATER ST'
iMNE'TATTONKKY?StnyHal -a'< of lite now
uui "i.tli 1.1i.' ISc a boa Wlodoa l.iueu. ? a
0X{ 111 li l imn 1. . |Oi'.d ol |:i .1 au anvc!
?: as to itiateb 01 ?!. Vllui Marcus Ward's
itla
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new faces ,^i^:i:,;;,;,,;::,1^;^;:
tint Blemishes, In 160 p, 1.i. 1 r u stamu
,1..!,,, II. Woodbary, l!K u . r.MHI .N.f.
>!.*<-,.1 1 ur Wooue-ury'? Kacinl Soap.
RESCRIPTIONS
limes, l'atent Medicine*. Toilet ArtlolGt,
agam and Tobacco. W. Fl PHILLIPS, 2l3
Vati'ulrpet. sole
IjNDEItTAKEK <iMj em1iai.meii,
3. N. JONta.
Office ISO and residence 1.- Cumberland street.
a pruiuptlt altended to.
1 UK s 11.1 .
f>l It.tilNi. LOTH FOIt SALE ,n Ibe l.ewellyn
J) properly, ?\. 1 1 ??. 1 Und 1., . and la Wil
paius p oj-erti on OraiiU) strrcl exteuricd
W M. HANNAH,
<b}i Commen-e ilrect.Virglnian llulldiur.
Sil 1-1 ?
tJ7oK SALE liroccry .Store; good loeatiou -r.i ?
JV laetoiy resson ... >ol:.n<. Address l;C?INI?t,
Caie Viraiulsu ouice. a. - t
1JOR SALE OK K.VCIIAXUI IIKIiis IIKAIJ
of ?ilsudurl 1 tie I nta 110ns, llrood Mares, Colts
and I I.,11-, fei rca otlaie, bricksol lumber, li
fUXEj, Uox Wi NcupOttMews Va. ant-suit
V'OK s-AEI A part or a I of Itcecb Oiore Ksriu
eill acres), nesi Kauipsville I'rlncees Anne
tu i t) AI?o rent iliaro ol corn erop, bousebold
I u nrc bay.Ai \'^w potivi Ion uow. uiln-i on
jpr b'fore 1st January : >?? . Apply t.? N I. I.Y
MAN, Kemp Mil.-, 01 .1. V. I.EIOIJ. lo llauk
glreet, Norfolk. jyiiu
Ml,
I* I it I cd \? ur< .
Bandsoine Hue of Bilyer plittod ware,
icetiibn, water sots, toa sete, eto., at
}3rotvu & Wolfe, No. 11 IJttuk utruet.
l.-il Ten at Mar-'a. Jco Uream at
^lno'a.
A light weight overooat ih a necoBHity
e>t the seashore ami lujtintHiue. Our
"Covert" overcoat ib juat the ooat you
tvatit. NionoLs .v Wallaok,
69 IMuiu ?< troet,
JilxcursitiuiNte uuii visitorn to Norfolk
jhoulil uot fail to eall at Mnrray'h, No.
hi Hoanoke avenue, lor odo of bin line
/fniMieiti, Fiah auil uoft crabs and tho
Jt>l-Bt the market atlorde. jj3-lm
The "Hill Climbers" Fall Down An?
other Peg. Norfolk Goes Up.
Williams and McKcnna Pitched Good
Ball, but the Home Team Worked
Together With Snap and Vim
and the Natural Result
Followed.
THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES.
Norfolk, S: Hynchbiirg, 3,
Peterebutg, 0; Portsmouth, 1.
Richmond, 15; Koanoko, 5,
\?lierc tliv citib. i-iuv ?u-l?ni.
L,)-iicbbiirs in Norfolk.
l*ortmU<iMStl In PeIor?bitre.
Komi cue In It u Iiiiii.ikI,
KimusllSltl ?II iti.- t'litba.
Wou i.oa Per ('out.
Itiohii'.oml. D'J 31 .ii5f>
l.ynchburg-. 11 ;is .5;s
Portsmouth. 4H -is .619
Petersburg. i'J ^7 -tit
Norfolk. :t7 t?i -4uii
Roanoke. :J"> OU .J?4
The Norfolk teeui bus at lust, judging
[from tbo guinu it put up yesterdry
uKaiust Lyucbburg, struck u niuuiug
Knit, J in-re were uot u great niauy ut
the perk to sen tbo pauie, nud it is j not
where those who diu uot uttoud made
a mi.-take for tbo ''Clauis" put up a
good strung nnu>o. which was inter?
spersed with "ginger" and able bodied
c it. bin it. wbtob, together with tbo
clever firldiug hihi hitting of Mr.
O 'Neill'a meg made tbo ibiug quite iu
teresting. Lyuohbnrg, you must bear
iu miud, bus a club thai playa ball (rum
ihe btust iu the Uuit>b, ami the indi?
vidual members ol it are bunt of such
material that they never louse hope
? if wiuuiug a game until the lust man
is ir.it
That was the gnuie yesterday, but
lIn y bud mi enemy that was as equally
detotmiued, cotit-eQtieutly it was worth
Buy ouo'b time und minie.? to have wit
uesscd tbe struggle. Norfolk made ber
Bret ruu in the third on two busc on
bulb', u Molen base and au error ol
Schabel. Three more were ob turned
iu tbe fourth uu 'tutu's single. Thorn
tou'ii three hsggur, a buhe on balls und
Gollitiowt-r'e muling double. I'bree
more Norfolk mou crushed the rubber
iu '.be sixth. It was like this, late
wulked to first, Cleier siogled, Cote did
tbo very tame thine,, und Williams, the
new pitcher, put, out a "corking"
bit for two ibises. Ibo seventh was
productive of oue ruu on a base uu
balls, MoKenna'a wild throw to first
and i ollilinwcr's sccou.l two base bn
of the name. Total, 8 ruu;'.
The visiting "Hill Climbers" started
their run getting iu tbe liret iuuiug,
Ferguson, who by tbo way, is a nice
little gentleman, had patience. Wil?
liams didn't have control, so ho atnbl, d
slowly dowu to first bug, Smiih Sacri?
ficed, Mclutyro died ou first. Berry
hill secured tbe initial bag ou au error
of Corcoiau'a. Thompson hit a fielder's
choice, and "lierry" was thrown out at
second. But Ferguson hud crossed the
pluto on Corcorau'd orr..r, aud they
had uu (oar of being shut out. The
Lyncbbtirgs earned a run in the third
by -Melui\ re putting tho sphere over
the centre bold fouce for a "homer."
Une more ruu wai added iu tho fifth
uu singles by Molutyre nud Tuncnpt-uu
und Schabel'? double. A double play
iu this inning cut off the chances to
send auv inoru uiun over tbo home
plate, 'lbnt was all the black and red
rolit-d visitors could get, aud their as?
pirations (or tho ''peuuant" bud re?
ceived a bet back. Tbo scoro:
Koarot.k.- 11 ki iiui k...
Ii II l?l) F. I! II |>0 K
McOano. 8b .10-1 I I-". r;n-.>u, ri. i u i 0
O'llagao, Kb., ? ii r OUuiilb, n... . n i< i 0
Corioiaa.ss. u U l v >l. I,u\iv, 'tu... 1 si :i l
Tale, lu. ?-: - s I'H'ryUlll, tl>. . u I a .'
II1U.i1i..u cf 1 '-' ?' ' I'boulpSuU, 111 i i ii
Q,?l?r, Ii.ii l . O^ebabel. ,-. o l -i i
< oil)Dower,11 u . i UiPlwki Ib.... . u u iu o
Cole, r.l l -i vlu-aby, ?-. u ?.' u U
Williams, j. u i u DlMcKtnaj, \< u 1. I i
Total.s '-' 2, -:| Total. :t s r.
si uKi: nv isnisi.-.
Norfolk. o ? I :*.?:; o 1 i ? ;;
Lyochburu . ..... I 0 I 1 e 0 0 0 0? 3
Summary: Earned runs- Lynohbnrg,
2; Norfolk. :i. Homo run?Molntyre,
Three buse. bit?Thornton. Two ba.io
' bits?Collifiowor,2; Williame und Bcba
! bei. Hase ou balls Off McKenna, {J;
' oil Williams, I. Struck out- By Mc
Keuna, 4; by Williams,-<& Sacrifice
hit Smith. Stolen bases Meiiauu,
i icier, J. Left on bases Norfolk, (5;
Lynohbnrg, II. Dubio play Cor?
coran, AlcUauu oud Tato, Umpiro
Brennen.
Polerebtira l.ann PortausOMlb.
PET?Rsuuno.Va,, Augnat 8. Pclera
burg defeated Portsmouth to-day in a
well played game. Keefer'a error, iu
throwing wild to catob a playm ou
seoond, nib nod Portsmouth to scoro
their only run. llollowcll pitobed a
splendid game, letting tbe visitors
down with Uvu scattered hits. Brandt
did well until the lifth inning, hut bis
wildncas iu giving three liases on l>alL.
aided by u cuplo of sinnlos, scored
throo riinw. Hoth tcutns put up a gooJ
fielding game. Score:
Mtl ESSUURll roBTSMOVtll.
il II H II poe
Builtb,3b. o l u u m. u . o u i o
.I..u1..s. If. Ill ii QbilJs, .-. u 1 40
Lippen, rf, l I v Qllallniaa.rr. 112 0
Turn i. iu lo ii OiHargrore.cf U l 1 u
Baiifonl, cf r ..re lb .... u l v ,
Krefer, c... ?0.1 1 Ptutrsioii, ta u u 1 0
O'lliiaii.si ...wir lll-'ulUr, ?!> .. u 1 2 <i
l.yoi s, :;o .. . 1 1 .: ellloll, ill. o 0 .'. 1
IfsllowcM, |, 000 llllrsnilt. |. ., u 0 1
'ivtai... 6 ? 11 rotal . 1 .'. i<7 3
Score by innings:
b 11 K
Petersburg.oooisiluu ii
1'1' ? ."in h.I uu DO 0 0 0 U? 1
Sumuabv: Fumed Runs -Petersburg
onio ltuns -.loaues. Two iiu.-e
Hits?Sanford, ilalluiau. Basos ou
Hulls Off Hallowoll, 4; off Brandt, 9.
Struck Gut?Ry Uallowell, 2; by
Brandt, 'J, Hit by Pitcher?Smith,
Turner, Hnllmnti. Dotiblo Plays
Lyons and Turner, fuller. BtoteB
Bases?O'Rrieu, Lyons, Mailman, Tur
uer. Passed Balls?Childs, 2. Time ut
Game?Two Lours. Urupiru, Mr.
Mitcboli.
Klclimonri K?u|>? Wlimlu i Humes,
itv Soiitbtru Associated Truss.
Richmond, Va., August y. lu ouo
of tbe most prettily played and most
exciting games of the season Richmond
defeated Kosnoke here this ufteruuou
by u very suiull murgiu. Sooro:
R 11 K
Hiolimoud.0 0 0 0 '-? :l 0 0 1- 0 9 a
ltouuo o . .0 1 0 1 1 U 1 1 0-- d 10 ?
Batteries: Knorr aud Foslor; Pry
aud Welch,
'lbs BJnltoisnl l.ttsssrua (?tunaa.
At Boston- First game
R It B
iioiton.ii a l a o o o i x? ii ia :i
lirool-lyu .i o o o o u o u o - a 7 3
Batteries: Htivotts und Guuzol;
Kenucily and Grim.
Second Game ?
T; II E
Beaton .n II a 3 o o & o x?10 ii 1
Brock.\u V u 2 ii 0 0 0 3 U? 5 7 ;
Batteries: Btivetteaud Gauze), and
Sullivan aud Tcnny; Gumbert and
Daily.
At Pittsburg ?
It ii i:
l'ittsburg ? .1 a o o :i :i 0 o x? ? u
Louis-, die .... U U o a ? :s 0 10? U 11 ?<
Batteries: Gardner and Merritt; Inks
and Warner.
At Philadelphia ?
It 11 K
Pbl aiii iptuii .0 1 ii o o o o ii l- a <? :i
LSa.tiuiore . ..1 0000600 a? 6 9 I
Battoriua: l'aylor nud Uloutente; Fs
per aud Robinson.
At Now York ?
i: II K
New York ...33 0 2 200 1 x 11 1 : 1
Witkhiiietoii.. ? u ii o o u o U i - o 3 :J
Butteries: Itnsioaud Furrell und Wil?
son; Boyd mid McUuire.
At Cincinnati
it 11 K
Ciuciuniiti. .. .10 1 1 I 3 3 2 x l? tti 1
st. Loiiih . o o u u a ii 0 o (?? 2 .' t
Batteries: Rbiuca and Vuugbu; Kie
siuger and Miller.
At Chicago?
' B II I
Cliiongo... 2 0 0 0 t 0 0 x -11 1! !?
Cleveland_ ..0 0 0 0 3 2 4 0 0? M 1 > 2
Batteries: Gritlltli and Kittridgc;
Wulluce, Km II and /.immer.
s run ?Ml hi., llnwi,
"Old Soldier" Joaueabit Braudt yes
ter.tay for a "homer."
iiailuwell let tbo " l'ruckers" dowu
yesterday with tivo bite.
Corcoran bad --w ehaneea in yester
day's game and made two errors.
Saulord didn't do a thing for lirauJt
yesterday but get four hits oil' him.
OTiagau accepted eight cbauces in I
tbe game yesterday, lie is playing
wiuuiug ball.
Merry bill's one-ho tided running cntcb
ol a high foul lly yesterday wus very
clever indeed.
Orth will probably bo numbered with
the pitchers of tbe big league next sen
sou.
A new man named Rafterty officiated
iu the capacity ol umpire ut Richmond
yesterday.
O'Brien, Petersburg's new Bhort
stop, played good bull yesterday. One
bit, 4 put outs und H assists,
Williams, Norfolk'? new pitcher, did
nice work in yesterday 's game. "Pop"
T?te got bun from the P.ouuokes.
Thompson and Ferguson arc spleii
dld fielders nud Iben ipiiel and pless
aut demeanor in often commented ou.
Leahy, at "short" for the Lyuou
burg's, ilidu't have a ohaoce yesterday.
I hat is something unusual for u short
btop.
Brandt gave nine men babes ou ba lls
yesterday,besides being found for nine
bits, including u "burner" und u
double.
"Kit" MoKenna, though a nice
pitcher, is m burd luck. '1 be Norfolks
bnnobed bis ol their nine hits oil mm
in two inuiugs yesterday.
"Demi Bird' Schabe! helped to kill
as many "Crows" as usual yesterday,
but uot before they guvc bun aud lila
team a good "peeking."
Breuuau is not u good umpire, and
tboso who have tho least doubt of tills
assertion, sliuiild visit thu purk and
witnesa bin attempt to officiate.
.Mangan und i avillo, uf the Ports?
mouth team, were uot in the game at
Petersburg yesterday, Rumor suis
Hint tbey missed tbe trniu. ('lure
played lirst base and Heed left tluld.
Tuiiuehill and Plyun arc doing Iii-st
class work lor tbo '?Bluebirds.'' I'hey
are "sure wuitieis," bo to speak, a id it
is only a mattor of a very lutio timo
befuro they will bo fuuud ui uiuch ,
fuBtor company,
Mciulyro is a vuluuble ninu. He
Qolda nicely, bits well and has good
niauticrs. lie is not ol the tough,
"scrappy" kind. H-.s record for yes?
terday is i'U hi asbiets, three put uut.s.
two hits, one ruu aud one error,
"Manager Brsdy will transfer the
three games scheduled to be pluycd
here by tho Hicbtnouda to Richmond."
? Portsmouth locul Norfolk Public
Ledger.
lu reference to tho above, Tin: Vin
aiNIAN wishes tu hay that if Manager
Brady transfers uuy games between
Portsmouth and Richmond to Rich?
mond, be will mako a gr.-ut mistake.
PortbUii.utb is now, aud has been ever
since tbe season opened, tho second
best paving city lu tbo league. There
is uu reusuu why he should trausfcr
any games. Gu the utber hand, there
is every reason wi.y be ehould uot do
so. Portsmouth is pushing Lynehburg
vory cloHely for second pluoo in the
race, aud has a fair chance to come
under tbo wire next to the winuer, But
What ebuueos she may have tu accuui
! plisb Ibis purpose will be very much
' jeopardized by playing tho team away
from home, whou.as a matter of oourse,
everything will uperuto against it, as it
is a well known fact, uuo long ago
established by experience, that uu
team cuu play us well away from houiu
as it can on its own grounds with all
things in its favor. 1'beu, too, the
people of Portsmouth whu have been
eo liberal in their patrouego, should be
What is
Castoria is l>r. Samuel Pltcher'8 prescription for Infants
and Children, II contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It. is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oik
It is Pleasant. Its yuurniiteo is thirty years* uso by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria is Iho Children's Panacea
?the Mother's Fricud.
Castoria.
"Castorlafero wi-ll Inptcd I > children that
I rwoiiiineud it us ku|i .. r tunny prescription
known to me." Ii. \ \hchkii, ?.|, !>.,
Ill So. Oafoid St., Brooklyn. X. Y.
"Tli" iK,. of 'Caatorlti' i? no nulvcnuil and
Its mvritaao well kuotvn tl ? it aoouia a work
Of supererogation to ciidoi . it. I'e\r nro the
?Dt,-Iii ?? jit fouillleewbo dj not keep Castoria
WI?1112 easy reach."
Cab los tturrvs, |>. ii?
Now York City.
Castoria.
Cn&tnrln eures i \Mv, ('onstlpotlon,
Bour Btoinncii, Diarrhoea, lotictatiofl,
Kill. Worms, |;iv< | nlou|i, and .tr-3 At
gviiilon,
Without luJuriouH uiedd at loa.
"For Bovcral years I have roconunendeO
'Castoria,' end sliall always eontiuuo lo do
an, ii It has Invariably produeed bcuollclal
rc&ults."
KnwtM K. PAumta, M. I).,
1861b Btroi i aud '.tu Ave.. Now York Ctiy.
The Ckntavk Oompsmv, 77 Menu ay Btiikkt, Nkw Vohk Citv.
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mer Prico
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Neot aud ser
vieeublo Suite,
Pretty shades
aud pnlerus.
Mid - Summer
Price
BOYS'
All-Wool Gee
mujore, Ohev
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Tweed Suite.
Mid-Summer
rice
as
Suits that
were $5, Sti,
S7 and ST.50.
Mid-Summer
Prico
11 97c. I $1.49 I $2.48f $3-*5 f 1
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Special Bargains in Clothing.
In oider to make loom for the approaching Fall Sea?
son, wc have divided our Light Colored Suits into three
hits and fixed the prices at $i>, $7.50 and $9 per suit. The
regular prices of these poods were $10, $1-1.50 and $15,and
there is not a suit among the whole lot that did not cost
from 10 10 J5 per cent, more ilian the present selling price.
This sale will begin TO-DAY, July 10, and continue
until the entire lot is disposed of. EARLY BUYERS
GET Ti l Ii BEST.
107 main BT11KET, SOUTH BiDK.
to Move.
Of course we will move nothing hut the good will to the
new store. No stock. Nothing will be left of that, by
the time the great building once known as the Stevens, is
ready: The lust lines to be closed out follows:
Ladies' Lonsdalc Cambric Night Gowns, Val. and linen
lace trimmed, $1.50, These reduced from $3 and $2.50.
One lot of Lonsdale Cambric, lace Trimmed Gowns re?
duced from $1.50 and $1.75 to $1 each. One lot $1.25 and
$1.37.1. Gowns now 89c each. Some $1 Gowns are 75c now.
fifteen piece* full weight Storm Serge, Pluck aud Navy, -lb inches wide,
ordered delived when the new store was ready, wnu shipped too noon to tbo
maker's cost, for out it goes at 50c a yard,
Balance of lot of oil wool dress goods, yard wide, Shepherd's plaid effects,
P.)o a yard to close. Finelta cloth, Navy aud Black, 50 iuch, 87 !c a yard.
Boys'suits of stripped Duok, with navy collar, to close 00o eaob. Boys' Shirt
Waist-Silk Stripes ?Ue. Thoso fell from 75c, Hoys' Acme brand, Peraale
Waists, now iVJJo instead of 50o. Mothers' Friend Waists, nnlauudored, now
47c, laundered, 69c. Scotch Bugs, Body Brussolls, Fringed Bugs moro than
tivo foot long, reduced to 99o euch to closo them quickly.
Ouo cBHe mixed drone goods, a starter for fall, 12}o; really 2?o stuff. Cream
Flannel, all wool, yard wide, 33o a yard. Heavy while India Linen, 5o,
PliBse wash dress fabrics 60 now, instead of 80. White Duok Parasols, 79c,
once 31, Kmbroidered skirting llsunol, ?'Jc, C2>o, 75o, 87Jo, 81, White quilts, <
summer weight, .":0c; reduced from ?be,
W?TT, RETTEW & CLAY.
nonsuited.ffiTbov should c*<:rtuinly be s
oonsidereu wboo snob h etep is con?
templated, ami especially is this true,
when there is uu ueoesaity or excuse
fur buoIi actioii.
'i'lio stoamor "Nortbamptoo," oi tue
OKI tDouaiuiou Line, leaves the liny
i.iuo dock, Norfolk, uveiy morning at
7:00 a, in., lur Mutbuwa and (iloucea
ter couutit'H, urn\n:N' Lero Oll her ro
turn trip about 0:00 p. ni. This makes
a delightful trip during tbe but wea?
ther. I'aru 81.O? fur tbe rouud trip.
jy7?_.
i Kveuluct-?xciiralmu iu eu Point,
Kicannti lurihmnittou.
Tbe steamer Northampton, of Old
Domiuion Line, will leave l!ay l,iue
wharf, Norfolk, every Monday, Wed?
nesday aud Friday < veiling at 7 p. m.
for Old I'oiut; returning, leave Old
Point at 10 p. id, Konnd trip faro for
tin:' delightful exoareion, 50 cents.
jy7tf
A spooiol rednotionpn sterling silver
for (he month ut dun*. Undid presents
very low. Cbaaman tv Jakeuian.
on it,.- Wrong -i<ri in fit. nrrct,
(loo, D. Chase, 171 Main struet, bnt
be is on the'ri^ht Mtlo of price*. Fine
lino of watches, chains, ate., belt buck?
led aud Bitvor uoventios. l'rotnpt
tcntiou givou to all hir.de of repairs.
Don't Delay! om^no( Ames & Burk Removal Sale
/?"MrS. Af.j Y'S. SO THEY BE TELUN'MB; AND 'TIS ?O WOHTHC*, fVftSHE LOvB* THE 1
j'PlANNYAH' NIVEfl TIMES OF IT; SHE HAS a GAE Ar TASHTE FOX MOOSIC, BUT TM,N THAT'S OvVAiLV' /VAT v ?>' s
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