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The Norfolk Team "Shut Out" the
Herr's Great Work. He Proved a
Stumbling Block to the Visitors.
The Team to a Man Played
the Game as It Should Be.
THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES.
Norfolk, 7; Fcternburg, 0.
Boanako, 11 ; L-ynchbtirg, 2.
Bicbmoud, 8; 1'ortsuioutu, 7.
YVticre Ilia Club? l'lnv lo-llar*
Fctersbtirc In INorliilu. Iwo game*,
l'ortsiunn tw in It Ichmutad.
llunuuUfi in l.ynclitwra.
Muudlnc "' 1'"' CIsitMs.
Won I.o-t Per Cent.
IticbmoD.l. <?; 87 .WO I
I.vuchburg-. <'??' *"
portssaoutb. 62 ?'<> [si
Petersburg. *<1 ?" ; ' '
Norfolk. 01 iU'
Norfolk administered another humil?
iating "shut out" to tho Petersburg
team yesterday afternoon, the cause ol
which cou lit' ascribed to the elloolive
Hess of big "Ed" Herr, who taking all
tuiugs into consideration, pitched the
beat and moat brilliaut giuuu seen uu
the home grouutis this season. Th?
big eorrel topped twirler was in tin
pink of couditiou, uud tho bc6t ul
humor, and notwithstanding, the faul
that *Top" late geuorully got "big
head" mixed up for big "Ed" and np
plied thut uot altogether euphunioot>
title to thu young mau from Si, IiOUis,
it had no bud effect, for he attendotl
strictly to tho work bet?re I.mi, and
how well he performed his tusk, should
bo highly appreciated, irom the fuel
that only tutuu "Furniers" oonnectei
safely with his deceptive curves, urn.
they were of tho lusiguitlcaut oidui
aud far. very far apart.
lie was cool und steady, only Fend
irjg two men to bases on bulls, und wus
successful iu retiring eight of the hoys,
who play ball uuitcr "Tommy" Tui
ner's muuagumeut, by his skill in tie
csiviug them. In other words, ho had
the "Farmers" to the number of eight
fanning tho air and striving witli
might und main to hit the ball, bin,
alas, thu sphere w*a us delusive us tin
fabled "lrishmuu's lieu," uud thu re
suit was that they thought they suv
tho ball, but they didn't. But all tin
praiso is uot due "Big Hem!." as
"Pop" Tuto is pleased to cull Air. lien,
for ull the boys behiud hiui put up n
maguiticjut Deining game, und wen
t|uitu expert with tho stick, Qaiei
leading m that accomplishment, will
O'llagun aud Tutu eloee seconds.
Thornton did clever work iu thu lield,
&ud while he dill uot have much to do,
he did that little well. Corcoran is io
the gumu aud is ploy lug gingery bull.
bp is O'Hagau, t ote, uud, (icier, tin
lHtter Bhowiug groat evidence of a
"comer" iu tho business.
Mills has ne t had sufficient work to
do lie yet to pass judgment and Colii
llower's ub?ities are too generali?
known lo ueed comment. The Pelors
burg lads played clean ball aud ul
though it was apparent ,to them,
after the sixth inuitig, that they would
not wiu tbo game, yet they contested
every inch of tbo gruuud iu thu li^M
aud did not tuner or let up iu the::
work until the last man was out. Pack
ard gooii naturedly look the pouudiug
giveu hiui uud those who fougut on bis
eidu showed no disposition tu quarrel
or find fault with hiui or anybody else.
Taking the game us a whole, it was one
of thu most pleasaut games uf the sea?
son, outirely fr. e lioui the usual kick
iug aud wrangling, and the Petersburg
team are establish!ug a reputation here
that might bo envied by others. As
?wus tho csso yesterday, ttic gituio in
dotail would prove tiresome reading
so The ViituiNUN contents itself with
sppeudinc the following score:
ii.ikii.n ... .van .ii.k.
Uppert.lf..... U u - 1 Mills .2b... 0 1 u .
ftnder,2li. s o t 0u'iiai:au.30... i . u ..
Mauroru.cf., .. e u 0 Corcoran.taL... .". l 2 u
Tumor, r. I .... 0 U u llj 1 ale. Ib . 2 2 12 u
I in.nituii, cf... O u '.' li
BmliU, ll.. a l l.
K.e>. r. e . el r.
u'ltiiru, tu. u i :.
Lyoi'. jti.a (i a
Pa.-karJ, p.. ., 0 <> u
Total. 0 :?. 27
Villifluaor, .ri u
Si OK I. 11V INMINOS,
Petersburg. 0 0 11 I) 0 U 0 0 Ii- ll
Nurlutk. ti .i 0 0 0 .' 0 :t 2? ;
BrjUaiAitv: Earned Huns?Norfolk,
8. Two base Bits?U'Bagan, Corcoran
aud 'Inte. Base eu balls?OA' Herr, 2;
off Packard, ?. Struck Out?By Herr'
8: by Packard, 4, Wild Pitch?
Packard, Stolen Bases- Smith,Keefer,
Mills, Corcoran, Tuto, 2; Oeier, Colli
flower, Cote and llerr. Sacrifice. Hits
? flerr aud Smith, Eeft on Basoe -
Norfolf, 8; Petersburg, fj, Umpire?
All'uor Ex In bit ion or linn IMarlsiaT.
Richmond, Va., July 23-?Richmond
aud Portsmouth gave unother exhibi?
tion of poor ball playing iiero this
aftemoou, und Bichmoud wus again
vlotorious. The Bine Birds us a whole
played very well, but the Portsmouth
iuus did horrible work. Thu score :
KUII? .SI: . PUKTSXOI III.
K II PO E It ii po K
i.aln. :;b. l l t l Cavllle.lf. i l n -
auiuii. ir.i 8 o o;< bua<. n_?? j 2
Uro?e?. t-l ...... 1 3 2 IMVelter, c, rl....ll 1 1 1
M'sooiau,2b... 124 llMauKau, 11.. 0 1 i7 1
limilley. it. 1 1 4 i|llkrsrove,cf... 1 u
Walls,lb. 2 2 7 olHull. '""
I O't r, c. i) J 1;
Flyuu, p.. 0 1 1
Total. s 14 27
. hurst..|i, ?s... I 0 1 3
Puller, 3b..u i j u
Hruii.il, j,. 1 u C (i
Total.7 v 24 y
SCuUfc by INM.V..S.
Rlekuiend .?...1 11 0 I SO 02 I -
Portsmouth.a 3 ?? a . I
SuiiMAiiv: Earned Buns?Richmond,
8; Portsmouth 2. Two Base Hils?
Smith, Grovos, 2; BoiiBemuu, Wells,
To.-.iur, Childs, 2. First Huso on
Errors?Wie.bmriwl, &\ Portsmouth,
lia^i oa Bttilav?Uu Piytin, d; oil'
Brandt, 4. Left on Bbjos? Hicbnwnd,
12; Portsmouth. (!. Struck Out?By
Flyuu, (*.; by Brautit, 1. Haue From
Being Hit?Hnusomuu. Ntoleu Bases?
Kuiu, Groves, Honsenjuu, Wells, Borto,
'2; Poster, Childs, Fuller, 2, Wild
Pitebes? Plvuu, 1; Brandt. 1. Passed
Ball?Vetter. Time of Game?One
Hour and Fifty-ono Minutes. Um?
l.rncUbiiru Urfiit u <;nme.
?y Bontuoru assoolated Pross.
Lynoiibcu?,Va., August '23,?Lynch?
burg wos defeated today by the Boau
okos ou aocottht of their inability to
hit Lloyd. Kagey, the locol pitoher,
was hit hard uud often. The tieldiug
of Lyuehburg was vory rnggod. Tho
local'olnb wan badly crippled by two
of its' best players being out of the
game ou account of sickness. Seoro:
Ii II B
I yuohbtirg.0 U 0 J 0 II (I 0 0- a 3 S
Itonnoke_.._;i H l o 0 1 3 x?it 12 i
Batturics: Kagey aud Kullert, i-doyd
'?'he Klldeea Were Victorious.
b'peelal Dispatch to Tliu Viraiais.ii.
Sn i'ui.k, Vs., August 23.?About 150
persons, mauy of whom were ludies,
journeyed to West End Park yesterday
aftoruoou to see (heir favorites defeat
mo Franklin Kildoes uud their roward
was vory humiliating, to say tho leust,
um the Suilolks were shut out I>y Iho
visitors in a score ol 7 to 0. Yes, the
proseut Suffolk team, or rather tho
organization playiug under tbatcoguo
luen, wero clearly outclas:sed. Tho
bulk of thu teaui is composed oi youug
blood, whose luck of praotico and ex
iierietico was puiufully demonstrated
yesterday, Krronoous head work
uud stupid base rnnniug were
factors which cnutributeii uo little lo
ibe defeat, while thoro was also au evi?
dent lack of team work. Franklin io
the main part played very fair bull,
the work of .Mills lioiug especially
effective, striking out ten men.
Clare, of tho Portsmouth State
League, started iu to pitch fur Sulloik,
out was tukuu ill after pitching three
?linings uud wus conveyed to town.
Pour hits were made oil his delivery
ind three men funued tho air, Kilby,
who succeeded him, held his uppo
i.cuts down to live htts aud struck out
six meu during the remainder of the
game. .Mills made a homo run witii
t n o men ou bases.
Enthusiasm in grand stand for Suf?
folk wuxcil bigb ai the bcgiuuiug of
the game, but gradually subsided uud
died a natural death before tho conelu
?>iou. With avornge bnso ruuuiug two
runs could have been scored, Euthil
dtistu still have hope for the team uud
think practice and instruction will de
luiup Mime good material. Tliu fol
'owing is sufficient of tho scoro to to
11 II K
ri illtili;.(I 0 0 I) 0 ll 0 0 (1? U ?( ;i!
I ruii diu.- U li 0 1 1 8 U x? 7 'J 6
Batteries: Clare, Kilby uud Stow
art; .Mills ami Kimhall.
'? in- nintlssisnl l.njsirsisj fSsttisoe.
At Now York
it It K
N'ew York.0 :l 0 0 1 S 0 0 x? 7 12 :i
t Loil.S,.I 0 U u tl 3 0 U 0 - 4 13 1
Butteries: Meekiu anil FarrelljBrc
iteusteiu nud Peits,
At Brooklyn ?
Ii II K
llrooklyn . J o t n il n n o 0? 7
I'iueuuru .:i ii ii o 1 tl u l I? till 1
Batteries: Stem and Qrim; Fore
miin, liawley aud Merritt,
At Philadelphia- First Came:
It ll E
Pllllaili Iphiu.0 ti o a 2 o o l 0? :. 1 I I
Louisville.u 0 1 ll ll 1 0 ll )- i 'j ??
Batteries: Oarsoy ami fjratly; Inks
11 II E
Pliitadetpliin.2 0 2 0 4 2 0 0 2 12 111 j
Loui who.no I 1 0 tl 1 Ii U- ;l id ;i
Butteries: Orth uud Clcuieuts; Wey It -
iug ami Wurner.
At Bultimoro?First game.
H II E
ISalth i >ra.10104 U 0 0 x H ll
WushhiBtoii.2 U u l l u l 1 ti- i; 8 ?
Batteries: Olnrksou and Clarke; Mul
Inruey aud McGuirc.
11 II R
Baltimore. 110 2 r,?11 u ?_?
Washington.0 0 0 0 4 0? 4 li 0
Battoriea: McMahou ami Clarke;
Corbett and McGuirc Game failed
ut I ho end of the sixth iuuiug on ac?
count of darkness.
llict liinmoisd, Um Umpire niul tin
"O'ggy" McGuuu left last night for
"Pop" T?te keeps hitting the ball
bard und often.
.Mc.Muhou let the "Senators" down
yesterday with si\ hits.
"Shorty" (ieier bus shown wonder?
ful development us a ball player.
Mullurkey only allowed ihc"l Irioles"
Bis hits yesterday, yet lost his game.
There seems to bo some trouble
about Pitoher Moran joining Pittsburg.
A mau like Oote is worth haviug on
a ball team. Uo neither smokes or
t un "Eddie" IJerr pitch good ball ?
Ask tbo Petersburg boys what they
think of him.
tirth won his garuo yestcrduv. He
pitched against the Louisviilo
"Colonels," who got ten hit.---.
"Kid" Poremau was takeu out of
the box yesterday. Brooklyu onlv
made Qve hits oll bim und liawley.
Mr. Norris again officiated yester?
day, and like the preceding day uc
quitted bimsolf with credit as an um?
Tho Harry O'llogan, of the first part
of the season, und the Hurry ( i'llagun,
of tho present, seoru lobe two different
Truby. the new second baseman for
the Cin. agio-, is an old (riomi oi Brodle,
ol the "Orioles." They met in
Uoauoke, Brodie's 'home, several
veiirs ago, ami wheu they met it
day or lw ii_V they u?rtJ i)llsv for
some time exi-imngiug remiuiscoii.-es.
CoiUlnucd on third page.
The Doings of a Day Put in Cap
An Ex-Policeman Enters Suit Against
the Police Commissioners. About
People You Know. Visitors at
the Cotton Exchange. A
Game of Ball. Notes.
Pair weather aud warmer to?
Mr. \V. P. Oberndorfer is confined
lo li is homo by sickness.
Nothing of importaueo was done in
tbu Police Court yesterday.
Or. H. T. Penny and wife, of Groat
Palls, Mout., aro in tho city.
A colored man had his wutoh stolen
from him yesterday ou Main street.
Mr. P.. \Y, lludgius, of thu firm of
lludgius A Burst, is visiting trieuds iu
Mr. Miiehey Davidson, who has
bceu rick lor tho past two weeks, is
The ooorod Musons have brokeu
ground for their Tomplo on iJuoeu
street. it will oost $8.150.
Mr. ami Mrs. M. 11. Tllgb'man, of
No. 0 College Place, roturued home
lust rivening from nn extended bridal
I Hov. Ii, B. Anderson, of tho North
Carolina Conference, will preach at
I tbo oucoii street Methodist Church
Detective Curtis arrested yosterduy
a uogro namud Joe Loveti, who is
charged with cutting Prunk .Moore ou
Union streut July IK.
Ex-Poliueman C. L, llancook outorcd
suit yesterday in tbu Court of Law and
Chancery ugaiust tho Police Commis
sioucrs to recover S2;~>0.
City Sergeaut Burke, who has been
to St. Paul. Minn., to utteud thu meet
iug of tho l.'uited Typothot:e of Amen
cu, lias reliirued home,
1 ho store of J. C. McekioR, Jr., .V
Co., gcuorut cummiBsiou merchants,
No. 0 Commerce stieet, was lotiud
open this moruiug about 1 o'ulook by
I Immus Simulier? und Richard AI a
ris wore arrested yesterday cb irged
with workiug u "skin gumo" al cards
aud defraudmeut. i hey will juvu u
hearing this moruiug.
Tbu following visitors registered at
tho Cotton Exchange yesterday: J. O.
Proctor, Pitt county, N. C; K.J.
Cobl). ?reeusville, N. C.; Hou, Fred,
l'billips, Tarboro, N. 0.
t,,Norlolk. Old Domiuinn and Orient
Lodges, Knights of Honor, met iu
joint session lust night at Balluutinu
Hall to receive nu olllcial visit trom
tit and Dictator W, J. lluhard.
TUo policu report a caso of dostitU
tiou at No. 250 Church street?a while
woman and little child. It is Mint to tie
a case well worth the attuutiou of
benevolent societies und people.
An opeu bout, continuing four col
ored men, fouled lbs bow of the Mo
uougahehi iu Hutuptuu Ithodes Wed
uesday uud was nuuk. The men wore
brought to Norfolk uii the tug Pioneer,
Thu monitor Atnphitritc, which has
bceu at Port llpyal for the past week
testing the new dry dock there, arrived
here yesterday. She will have some
improvements made iu her veutilutiou
Mr. Piunk Myers and wife, neu Miss
Maud Nichols, left lust evening tor
York, Ph., which will be their home
lor tbo present, They were accoui
pauied as far as Baltimore by Mis.
.Myers's bit her.
The British steamur Holyrood,
Capi. Cluiii, from itio Janeiro, was
towed in the Capes ut fci o'clock veslor
duv moruiug by the British steamer
Salamanca, Capt. Lliitchiusou, fur
A deed was recorded yesterday
transferring from L. P. Browu to
Win. II. Peutress a lot ou thu west side
of Pools street, near Central aveuue,
$1,000, and the assumption of a deed
ot trust for ?1,500.
City Attorney Sholton has rendered
an opinion to tho Policu Commission
era on tho eligibility of police ollioers,
which caused Substitute Ollioer Baiues
to be "turned down." and will, it is
said, affect others ou tbo force.
Justice Gregory yesterday lined n
resident of Wood street $20 and cost
for (uibug tii eonuect bis premises with
tho city sewer when ordered to do so by
the Board of Health. Mr. J. T. Sunn"
dors, counsel tor defense, asked a re?
hearing, oil thu grntiud of newly dis
covered evidence, mid it was grunted.
A kiiiiiiI ol bull was played yesterday
morning between tho Falkland Streets
uud tbo East Norfolks, resulting iu u
victory for tbo former by tliu score of
12 to 0. '1 he fcuturus of the gumo
was tbe pitching of MoKonnu ami the
butting ot Pond uud liaiumor. Hat
teries: iMclvenua ami Pond; Wood,
Soroy and Tutom,
llri. It. ICnnliCI'* Mode of Mioea for
sale at Ismail ai t ost uud I .???*,
ut I Hi < Inircli Mr<-t-i. lo Close
Olli Hit; IIllMlllt-a*.
The shoes in tins slock comprise all
qualities and grades for ladies, gen
tlcmeu aud children, aud, as thu
publio know, has in it us good
lines us are known to the art of
with the view of maintain*
iug tbe confidence eu
joyed in tbis com?
munity lor tbe past
twenty years. Por
good ami suffi?
that rnd every pair has been marked
ot cost,uud iu many cases even
nt half price. ' fis a rure
ber tho num?
un2l if _ 11C Criuiti ii Si,
Reported for the Month of July by the
Chamber of Commerce.
Tho receipts of niorohandiso at Nor?
folk. Ytt., for the mouth of July,
1895, as compiled ut tho Chamber of
Commerce were us follows:
Lumber, feet 33,144,015; logs, foot
12.178,956; staves, m. 220.000; shingles,
in. 8,294,050; railroad ties, m. 2,013;
buy, tous 1C5; corn, bushels 89,266;
outs, bushels 27,200; meal, bushels 17,
090; rico, busbols 100; brau, bushels
7,000; vvhoat, bushels, 12,000: peauuts,
bags 18,490; ooffetj, bags 1,131; sugar,
barrels 4,823; molasses, etc., barrels
181; cheese, boxes 1,780; butter, tubs
1,406; Hour, barrels 11,170; Hour, bugs
1,580; pork, barrels 220; buef barrels 21;
lish, barrels 3,495; neb, boxes 128;
meat, bulk, pounds, 1,044,807; meat,
tierces, 4: meat barrels, 1,092;
mout, boxes, 1,246; lard, tierces,
525; lard, cases 1,288; lard, tubs.
Hill; oil, coal, barrels 2,737; oottou seod
nioul, bushels 400; fertilizers, tous 2,
213; bides, packages 3,706; horses uud
mules, head 111; hogs uud shecc, head
518; cattle, head 014; uaval stores, bar
tols 2,003; potatoes, barrels 28,.'132;
truok, barrels, 1,178; trtiuk, boxes 20,?
071: egjt-, Laurels 74} eggs,crates 1,479;
salt, sacks 0,015; coal, Pucuhoutns. tous
125, i00; pig iron, tons 8,095; tobacco,
louf, hogsheads 3,107; tobacco, leaf,
tierces 520; tobacco, leaf, cases 317;
tobacco, manufactured, packages 18,
THE NEW SHIP HOWARD.
She Makes Her First Trip in Fine
The Howard, tho new ship of tho
Merchants' und Minors' Line, urrived
hero yesterduv and was greatly ud
mired by a largo number ..! persons
w ho visited her at thu wbarl of the com?
pany. The steamer is handsomely fin?
ished aud is first class in every par?
Sho brought freight and passengers
from Hultiuiore uud took cousiderublo
freight hure, Sue left fur Bostou last
oveuiug with 115 passengers, eighty
Live from Baltimore uiiii thirty from
Norfolk. Throe of tho oompauy'a of?
ficers wero aboard, W. li. Turner,
gatu-ral superintendent; W. P. Turner,
geucrul passenger agent; W.V.O'Neal,
couipusj adjuster. Tha vessel buhuvod
beau til ully uud is uuo oi tho best
steamers of the company,
r it bi 11-in ion a Iteccivetl.
QoDBx'a Magazine.?Tun Virginian
acknowledges thu receipt Iroui the pub
Ushers of this maguzine for September.
Its uontunts embrace "The liurduer's
Duuguter," "The Pleasure of Yacht
!mg," "Recent A mature Photography,"
I ''Woman Writers of To day," "A Flesh
I nud ltluod Story," "The Stago uud the
Church und Music in Ainoriua. Price,
llOcoata. Tho uuinbor is beautifully
I lie I llllllr. ii III.
A letter is at the postofllce addressed
to Mr, liarrold Qoodwin which' has a
statement on it to the effect thai throe
of Ins children ut e ill iu Philadelphia
with diphtheria. It further states that
he is expected iu Norfolk about this
time on a pleasure trip. The uotice on
tho envelope Bays ouu of his children
has been operated upon.
???lici Miop limited.
Qua Wooden's barber shop on Tulbot
?troet, was raided yesterday uud u
policy purapboruuliu was raptured.
Eight uegroea wore arrested?seven
males and one female. Only two were
bold ?tins Wooden und Prunk 121
dredge?tbo others being reeogui/.ed
? tin i Mi i inn. in?.
Tho shipments ol coal, us cienred by
William Lamb a Co., agents lor ? ast
nor a Currau, for tho week ending
August 22, 1805, inclusive: Poreigu,
1,H3 tons; Coastwise; 38,203j tons;
total, 3.1,310; tous: l -till from .11111
imrv 1, 1895, to August 22, 1805, iu
elusive, 1,000,010 tons.
A in iix-ini'111? 111 Oca in View.
Do not forget thul Oscar Walker
with Ins trained colls uud tho other
attractions uro still ut Ocoou View,
nun that greut U ll tubers of people go
down to witness thu performances of
those clever people, I wo performances
are given daily ul i aud 8:80 p, m.frce.
(irillld A tin.I tu ili,. llcpUbllc 111
Louisville Kt.|ilviiibiir lliti-llili.
Special l.ow lim, ?vi? Cheeapealic
11 int Oll 10 Ii.1 nie.
()u account of National Encampment,
O. A. R., the ?, .V ( ?. U'y Co. will seil
special tickets at a rate of 1 cent pur
mile, viz.: Prom Portsmoutu, $15;
Norfolk, $15; Old Poiut, $15; Hamp
ton. 815; Newport News, Sl;>; Wash
iugtou city. $13.25; liiuhmond, S13;
Lyuchbiirg, Sin.00, liuchauau, $9.95,
Those tickets will bo on sale Septem
bor 8, 9, 10 und 11, good for leturo
until October 5th, I8i?5.
f or further information apply to li.
T. Brooke, passenger oKeut, under
Atlantic Hotel. eu24 3t
I xtrn I r i !??, 01 l 1,1.?? Mtudai >.
Steamer L-ouiso fj leaves Norfolk ou I
Sundays only at 7 a. m., 0 40 u. m. aud '
3:30 p. m. Betnruiug, leaves Newport '
News at 8 o. m,,ll u. m.aud lip. m, It
On Hit- U 1 ?hu ?Hl.- 01 ili,. -I reel.
tieo. I). Chase, 171 Main street, but
be is on the right Hiilo ((f prices. Pine
hue of watches, chains, etc,, bolt buck?
les und silver novelties. Prompt at?
tention given to all kiuds of repairs.
A special reduction in sterling silver
for the month of .Ir.ue. l'ridal presents
veiy low. Chuauiuti ,\ Jukemun.
Why travel without 0110 of our "t'ov
' ert" overcoats' Correct 111 lit, stylo
au.l place. Nn Jin ,v Wm.i.ack,
ICO Main street.
I In ltli l.iil-,.
Ites. Oi.d cheapest In the oily. Sup.
ply just received. Call or drop postal
to B. Sleinhilber, T ' pbouo Exohauge.
Pitcher 's Cantor ia.
t* J . i i 111 it IIKPOKTi
t'orvrivat ts?r To>dar<
Wamiinotov. I?. CX. August '24, I8DJ.
l' ?! Vlrgtulu: Generally lair; soulb
w> -:.:rlv ti lud?.
For North Carolina: Fair, except
sli iwvri ou the omit; south to southeast
Mixatvbe Ai.maxao?Sun rises, 6:30: suo tsts,
41; MkIi witter, 1141 s. hi. aud 12:00 p.m.; low
Vruter 5.50 a hi. uud 8:33 p. tu.
1 in nt 'i I'l.'oru l'>u K-iil llutn,
(VOR 24 liOl'IlS KSDINO 8 O'CLOCK MST NIOItT.]
U. S. DRFARTmtKT ov AonicuxTORE, "1
VYEATHEB DuttBAU. I
Local UMlce, Dotlsou Uuilding, I
NonroLK, Va., Aug. 23. 1893, J
Maximum temperature. 87
Miuituuiti tempt'rutine. 70
Normal temperature deducted from 24
years' observation. 7G
Oopitrture from normal. plus 3
Acountulato I tlepai litre since Jan. 1... ?2'. 0
Italnfall for 24 hours.0
Hulurull sinco let of tbo mouth. 1.05
J. .1. Quay. Observer.
IKE VIRGINIAN'S DAILY HINTS TO HOUSEKEEPERS
BILL OF FARE FOR TO-MORROW,
SUNDAY. AUG. 25, 1895.
breakfast. Apricots. Oatiocal
Jelly. Spill Ids nit. I ami Chop:. BrowueJ
Wueal. Uaktd Apples. < utlee.
DINNER. Si, el Tougiio. U'ltuce ?nl
Xuslurtluni Salad. StiiBeu Potatoes. Sirbis
L'eans. < beny Mariunlade. While litcau.
S.r>?brrry Shiuti and Cake!
LUNCH. Ilreail an.I Hotter. Slewed Ucr
ilca. Fittlt Crackers, Milk. Tea.
Wasb, clean, boil with Isalt ouil a p> il nj red
pepper; lake ihiI, reuture skin, place in saucepau
with one cupful water, one-ball" iup sluegai out
four j ;ul. sugar; look livo or teu tuiuuli-j.
? Bull iu tti Iiu|>rovial.
! Tho hall of tho Heven Wise Men,
or lleptasopbv, iu the Newton Build
iug ou Muiu street, has been leased for
live years, and will be reuovotetl and
greatly improved iu tbe matter of
comfort. Now luiuituro will be soour
ed, also n haudsome carpet, and sky?
light, aud superior vuutllatiou Will be
provided. Norlolk Conclave last
night, initiated several uow members.
Motor Car Off Track.
Tho motor cur of tho Ocean View
traiu went off the track lust uight at
thu Norfolk aud Western crossing.
There was somo delay, hut there wus
N uncial Salu TUtariWuvlc.
Embroiderioe. laces, haudkerchiefs
and hosiery. Wright's, l'JO Main street,
livcrj lit-mi ?ii scuiibi'tiout iuteresied.
SltUlOtlllug lotl (lall'l IIW WtttlOHla
All Urades ut Ntiwesi lor r.vcrv
blMlV ??> 'I In? Nnle, At l.'Oal
unit I..N?, to f'loeti Out
Ml in l il er t-ooUvefir uud
i:iiio. and imis.
1 lot Shoes and Slippers of varl
j oils Kinds, odds and etuis.e.-?o
11 lot t dub!ren's l'utent Leather
button Shoes. 5'Jo
1 lot Chiltlrou's Oo/.e Calf Strap
Children's tirst Shoes uud Slips,
one basket. 'J?o
Ohildreu's Tun llutton Shoes .... 75o
1 raoli tine Shoes, assorted si/.os,
bno values . fjiic
1 rack Hoy's Tan Spring Heels... 75c
1 ruck Latiius' htrap Slips uud Ox?
ford lies.?. 8Se
1 rack Ladies' lies, pat. tip .... G'Jo
Kiti a tiuo lot Ladies'Kid Tics,
$1.20 value. .31,23
linek sample Oxfords and Slip?
pers. 88 vuluo.* SI.5li
Ladies' regular stock Huud made
1 ios, 83-50 vuluo.82.00
Meu's tuhle sample Shoes, extra
Men's huud-mittle 'l'au Lace, gootl
gC Inn and l'utent Leather Shoes.84.00
Everything reduced. Summer ttock
101 Main f-treet, Norfolk.
'220 High street, i'ortsmouth.
A lightweight overcoat is a necessity
at tbu seashore ami mountains. Our
"Clovert" overcoat is just the coat you
want. Nichols & WaijIiAok,
Oil Maiu ? trect.
CREAM IION-IION8. UUTTEIt CUPS.
TAFI IKS and ? OCOANUl' CASD 1Kb
ma te fresh daily al
Norfolk Candy Kitchen,
41 HANK STRE?T.
TBE mil MM WORKS,
in, 113 and 115 Bank St.,
NORFOLK, - - . VIRGINIA,
Large Stock of finished
HQNUMENTS AND heads10nes.
ttu Keady lor IMMKblA 1 L Ol U\ tllty
I SECOND EDITION I ?
? - e
? Till VIMl.Kl) lui. IOK." \aiia .turn- ?
o) !< ;?.... t> o is ?
? 1 II111 OS MAIUtl.Vil.. Hyp. ?
? ? \x 1 1:1:im VVOOIN ;;> Mrs, Barton ?
? li. 1. t?
g ? IIAUC I.I.A." .11 rlotti, JiV. Publish .1 ?
q ?>! i anil |iiaiill it ..I uewsfapsr buuki,al ?
? iXuslumiii".*;, *
? i2o ix/iaiim strf:kit o
? norfolk. va. ?
? . i :il..
Newest Styles and Colors*
l.OWl ST PRICES AT
Walter J. Simmons & Co.
THE l OPUI.AR HATTERS,
i 177 MAIN STREET.
jjgg^Prompt Attention to Mail Orders, .-^^g
has won the masses?
and won their patronage?by the
matchless and incomparable bar?
gains from its GREAT .PRICE
CHALLENGE SALE. But
among the crowning bargains in
this grand money-saving time are
those wonderful $^.50 PANTS
OFFERINGS. Go anywhere
else and vou'll pay $5 for identi?
cally the same ooods?every one
made of line imported fabrics of
fashionable, rich, carefully select?
ed WORSTEDS and CASSI
MERES and scores of patterns
I pfl to select fr.om And THE HUB
has such an honest, broad system
of treating its customers?ONE
PRICE FOR ALL?and that
marked in plain figures. You
? can go there and annust wait on vourself?and you are
I told again that YOUR MONEY GOES BACK
I every time if you are not entirely satisfied.
Main Street. %
I 207 and 209
The City Ordinance now requires
all Bicycles to carry Bells and Lamps
We have just received an enor?
mous stock ot both Bells and Lan?
terns, each of which wc arc selling at
way down figures.
Q"Z SVlain Street
NEW UND SPEGIjlL RTTRA6TI0NS
New Attractions ond Complete Change
of Bill at Ocean Vic.v This Week,
Commencing, Augoat icjlh.
Thin week tl p nttrnct on exei II all ullieia.
(July tlrrt-clata artiat ?
An nvriiiuu Ii |Mir.' . ii -iuij.le en <e. nicnt.
Fcr the vuniifor t ' ?I . or ti e children.
MOItPHK I A :-Tt I'll! N SON. ill till ii iii isi
c.U apo ia tie-. l:Otki .. .il Mini ins i mil -n
Ul, to e liar with the r aliuht of hau t icLa
is a cotupli te eiitui taiiin cut n ha Ii
T1IK UOUI.i'KNS.Svliu hiivu liecome -n
popular nlili iin- audience, trill bo on thin
?renk n'ltli a rumple te cbau ;o ol I'll
Mr OSCAII ufti'.iiOllY. tiio Oxford Wou
lior, wltli his trained < olta, Ii u :k ? ? .Sul
t.i i iiml vni iiv .,11 ! Ina riiling <l c, . an A
vtry anutaiiig ' ntortummunt
U Itli a complete clecirie yetem theOocaii
View Company is i reimen io take care ol
all n bo lie ire to at:e:iil
i-"a^8v IS ! l^lv'lv?v !
AK I I RNOON, 4 I?. M. KYKNINO, S J 1 l? M.
au 1-1 w
iM?lTl HD MOTHS
Are Instantly Killed
"AHTI-SKEET" WAFERS 10 CEM1S.
All Druggiat* or fn.in ihu
NATIONAL ?OLIOiriNO COMPANY,
su.vr.f No, 9GFiftb avenue, New York,
Irwin's Twin Citv Express,
W. T. IHV.IN & C0? PROPRIETORS.
OFFICE?1081 WATlillST.. NOKKOI,K. VA.
Ample facilities for hauling auytbing u
and from auywhore in the throe itiea. Tola*
phouo .No. ?, Charge* reasonable.
nun i .?ea niiU i uwa removed from tho
three o tioa free of charge.
?IDSUMMtR ClrflRlN^, ?Ali 0, SUMMER (HMDS
Pi r the NI'.SXTtliltTY OAYU I ?ill -oil
all Summer Good* at PHIS) K CO.iT lo make
room ;<>;? i all Stock
tii. e mo a ox It and cave monov.
M. J. MADDEN,
206 MARCH SIREtl UMIY rWIH WOOD STPFp
Sprat ley Bros.
ONE PRICE HOUSE.
Black Dress Goods,
Black Dress Goo .Is,
Black Dress Goods.
JUST MEOEIVKI?. JL'ST ItEOEIf El>,
,43 Styles, 43 Styles, 43 Styles
I In nil l!.a very lati rl we.ivo- f..i Fall,
'? I ."ii, lit our . ? luoti ?II v.\>'il i ItoviotJ aul
Wo uro bo win 3 u oxfiuiaite lino uf I'll*
in a sham* liurt-au ? <? anil Wnali StanJ
Belt iu both UrtnisoM nit I >>u*liua.
M?? are rocoivlu* ? W KA i. <;oOI>:>
DAIlA <.'ur line tin full will bo Ibe Au? t
imi trji.Ht .nplotu line no have t\*r
Our Modo-Low Prices.
I'ndcr the Academy of Mna.o.
i.J J ?&L t'?iiitit??snEeB
\ N ?> nr 1 Romnlafa TrealiDBid, coniii.:lr.ir of
el?(.-III Olli I?' ?' "r Olnliaanl anil ????
.. i.-? r.f Ointmnnt. A naror falling Ciinrroi l'IM? nj
a .. natura and iloarsi U mak? an o|?rallon wlta
ii.,, knlf.. ?r n...- -.1.?? ??rlK. acd. wbleh arj
nalnrnlanil noMnni i porniaaunl cure.ann ?in?*n
?iiltlnu In dantli, nnnticraaiiry. Wliy cndiirn thin
tnrrllile dtoo:;:<-.-'> portrnutna 6 UoxoJ
to eur<> nnv ?' too Olli? i ?r [01 buniv.* i<*
cairod. ii aboi.i ' - . ft r - In mall.
JAPANESE Pi IF CirJTft'SriT. f:5c. a Box.
COWSTiPATicwi;;':!;^ p;ir, iff Htt
i thosreal I IVF.R an I BTOSI \. II ItKOlU.ATOR uul
I lii.oou puitll IKK Hmoll, mild nntl blmxanl tj
I lako, capoolallr atlaptsd fur ebllilraa'a mo. t*> Dosoa
For Sm'p rv W R. lYiov;; ?