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?rurc dyspepsia, indigestion, habitual
constipation, and sick headnche, We
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* t t.i oailiiil inaelilue. Api U at Ocean Yi<?
'ANTED A Iii? -elais faucy ir.n anil statelier.
Apply atOc-. nVlew l.autiUiv. eilti-il
\lfANTfcl> A ?leady colored woman .o cuok
* I WSlti all.I imii rrniiati.il. home !0i OtaS ?bo
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1 W AN I ll\l EXPERIENCED BUILDING
J Bad Lose Solii '.r? ?eil acquainted In N.^i i Ik
? u.l adjaveul tow >. Will pa. notary with nut
Kii?sioa. lalouW.M. PAitK,at Atlanlii Motel,
uifeli, tn'tweea 8 and ip ui. aul-tl
ijxI.isman -Oaelocally and eae to Ira?ei; will
O pay a? od talary au.i capen.es oi tuiuiulisieu;
??i.ier. cas.ly obtained experien ?? uuneediery
lot -miip'..- aud par I tt ..at? a.MienS P. o. BOX 1-0
?S'ew i oi k C ity.
AI. INtlUSIIIY?A thorough practical
electrical ratliieiii (giaduateol .u.ui the leadiuy
aui.fi-iii.-> it present tu|*rltiten ent .?! larg*
?..,l- iu tbe I i t having somo capital, dtsiiet to
? isolate himself with i luau i ouinia iding tapl al,
Iuslart* ability am locial >lau l.u: wlifa a nie? to
loeuie in Norfolk, foi tt>? p i|h ??? ol establishing
au i u.i, oi tur iu? etc in ai lad - rj m IU ?.ir e i
lorun Keteienves dttsils ol lafeiuiattea. e'e,
at... will be fiirnlahtd by cotresponding witb P
a' eareol Vbg ulau olli.e. >. ;-t?>.? ?
aUENTSiaake tS dally Marvelous invention,
/t Kelaill'.'5 ie I .'to i> sol.l iu a I ou?e. -ample
t?ia Iji i ui i I oHSUKI & M A K IN, I iuelnnati.O.
JOST?On til.I Market S.piate, a t'.iowu Setter
j Pup, while star oo breasi; an-... i- ladlAercutlii
|o"Uriiele' oi tail .' r'indei wl i kiuU.j- re?
turn to Hydrographie Office, fust, iu lloase.
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f/'.e ?i 1 lielp, a.il and .sat you iu every *.iy
Ibe wl I tell yo.i 'our uiotbirs tull numc Iwlors
-r svartisBe. m.Ii fortbe neai t u daysat lie
liboTe number, r'ee, COej iI s'.'tu ; ?. aultt Ibi
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[I.UtlU tats Ht l i IN St IOMLIN, Academy
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ROOFS AND BRICK WALLS PAINTED.
LEA KS BTOPTED.
? "^c Very Best \a/ ork Cheap
M ist Ol l\ III.I BlIICXl CS?
C BORUM. OS WATER ST
5MNE stat? ONEltY?Spe.'lui -a'.- ol ibs nsw
tint "Ktlr tal,' tie ? Window l.iuen. ... a
ox; in ti IJnnn i i io.u.u ol paia-i sa.earel
?. es to matib bt'.'9c sImj.v Allere Marcus Ward's
in. go it- i oielope? with lach bus.
iia I'm > r." Ma i. Mr-. I. N rl
tue Blemishes In IM) p. book for u ftau
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Ibury's Facial Soap.
Iirtm, Pslent Mrdlclnns, Toilet Articles,
(Isars sn.1 Tobsrca W. ft PTJIt.MPS, Jirt
^ NbLUlAKt.U AMi K.MHAI.Ml.lU
3, s. jiiNES.
Office ISO and residence i 1 t'uuiberlitn.l street,
?ftil oi.Um . pr_: l i \_. ? - i i. i !.-. _
OK SALE A MtNU/INK BAIIOAIN House and
oruei let in rtiaaii le'.'ti most deslrabli lues
a. nest holl -let bntlite hiiuBs builttwelvs
i.nil - a iv nulyfet t umlnd cash; baiinceslM
rr nioBib will rent lor S?AI Address ?l ftll 11 v
U-IN -.t.iar.' \ 11K.nlau. au'-'y-at
l?OU SALE S'lce bouse ? u Wlllourhby svrnue,
1 Braiul.leioo even .ms and kitchen; per eet
*rder. Ii L. 1'AtiE Aj tO., l? Bank st. su2Z-lw
li-OU SALI A part or a t of Beech U.o?? Esrni
I . li ii. n- um Keiiitu.? lie I'mu.-s Anne
eoni.ty. Abo reul rlisre <.| corn crop, heusthol t
(mal . i". hay.Ai Pan p<?sei'ioii now. othei
ft before let January. issKl, Apply to S K. L>
?1A.V, KeniliiTlllo, ..r J. V. I.EKiH. !? Hank
Strea': Norfolk. jyw
J,"OH KENT two nice office looms.uii sKOnd
V II. at lot! Mam itrett. Ap,ly to J. .1. I Alil.lt.
VOR KENT Altrettlvo dwelling turner Granby
i Bad Vurk blriet-.. ?tili all modern mi- t-. ?}
Srineiui)nis:|K>i esslon oiTeh S? iit-iaber 1st, t;;;;l
?lp y WALTER J. bOZtEK, 17? York st.
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Concluded from Second page.
Brodie took a flyer liomo last Sun?
day und Monday, and was full of ball
talk from tbu Old Domiuiou.
Lipperl, of the "Fariuore," retmuds
one wheu coaolnug vury forcibly of
"fog born" MoHoverter. He is a good
ball player too.
Keefer, Turner, Smith, Tender,
Lyons, Hauford, iu faut, every niembor
of the Petersburg tuuiu deport them?
selves iu a gcutlcuiuui.) manner on or
oil tUo diumond.
Anew umpire, uuuied Finnin, ofllci
ciuted in Hichmoud yesterday, aod
from tbe result of tbe gauie, the Kioh
moud "cranks" uud rooters" ought to
be Pheliu good.
Tho threu gauiea scheduled to tnko
place iu ltoauoku uext -Monday, Tues
oay anil Wednesday, have bueu traue
lerred to Norfolk uud will bo played
ou l hem: grouuds.
I'ltoher Otis Stockdule made his first
appearance '1 hursday fur Hoaton, utter
hid rolcuse from WaahiugtoU. lie held
I.ouibviIIo down to euvuu hits, while
Uostou was aiakiug seveuteou oti Uertio
I '1 ruby. tMiiengo's uew secoud uuou
i man, who played with Norfolk last sea
j bou, showed up well iu tho tield ou Ids
lirst nppeuruuco, but did nut do m "h
battiug. tils arrival itllowud Kv.iett
to go back to third base, uud Jliuiuy
ltyun, with his tiuger tied up in a rag,
took Iba right tield.
To loso iho peuuaut fur P.ichruoud
now, uiier iiaviug beeu giveu every
iuoeulive, opportunity uud advantage,
wouhi prove tho death knell oi Juko
Wedle, bo tar us his career as a hall
player aud manager ill Virginia is cou
uerued. "Juke" kuuws this uud is
Two gamut will uu played at the
I ark this Htteruoou, 1 he tirst ouo
galled at H 8U sharp. Mcfurtliu will
twirl the lust guuiu for the "Clams"
uud V. eckt, will o?iciato iu tho ercuuil,
or Vice versa. At uny rule tuo>o two
young geutiunun will pitch. For tho
I'ulei'sburg's tiatluey aud dames will
?iure tliuu likely do the wotk iu thu
The following speoiul was received
fr.im Kiubtuoud leal night: "Umpire
Itreuuuu has uot realigned, ae roporttd.
II u i us uo idea ol giviug up thu UICO
positiou l<u has. but HafTerty has de?
cided to go, uud his real?uatiou has
beeu accepted, A mau uumed 1'huiiu,
who la said to huvu had uuuBideruhle
experience as un umpire, has beetiou
gagud. '1 he patroua of baaeball are
vury much disgusted with the maiiuut
iu winch tho umpire system hut beuu
oonducted. Only iu this league doon
it oftcu liappeu that thero is uo olliciai
umpire ut tho gauits."
I in1 Richmond papers are as "sileut
as the gruve" about the way the Ports
muutb lads were treated iu 1 hurt-day's
Kuan!. Norfolk aud i'ortsmouih t;eu
tletuen who wore pruaeut uay they were
uecordod one of thu rawest deals iinngi
uuble. ihiuk o( "barley" Ivuiu being
ou second base aud allowed to
eooro ou a j ossed ball. C'aville put out
of the game beoauee ho disputed the
deoiaiuu ot and walked towards"Uahy"
Phillips, the umpire. The above id
only it very small part of the iudig
uiues heaped upou tho "Fruckors" as
told Thk \ ii'.otsiAX by eye witnesses,
hut Tin: ViBOlXIAK is freo to say ou
its responsibility, that yesterduy was u
shorter day (hau Thursday. !J he gume
was called aocordiug to telegraph re?
ports ut the same time, yet uiuc inn
lugs could be played yesterday, but
eould'ut Thursday. Seventeen runs
wero made Thursday aud fifteen
ye.-terduy, yot the gamo wua
Lulled at the end of tho seventh
iuuiug on Thursday, ou account
ot (darkuess in Richmond, yet from
a Norfolk aud Portsmouth point of
view the 6uii had uot goue down
buhiud the hiils of the western horizon,
1 hurt.luv was u bricht beautiful day,
so was yesterday, so it is hard to con?
ceive how it could have buuti too dark
to finish the game J hursday, yet lignt
enough Friday, it was uot u caae of
darkness ; it could uot havo been an.
It was a cape of uow wo aro uhead, we
hud better take uo chances, and the
?.?ami: was called. Certainly not ut tho
dictation of the Portsmouth players,
but very muoii against their desire and
protests. Is thin the boasted justice of
which the people have heard su much
Of ? If so, the less wo have of it the
more it will ho appreciated by all fair -
viten Tli\hy was Sick, we gave her Castor!*.
When sho was a CliU J, she cried for fusions.
When she became Miss, she clung t>> t'ast,.ria.
When she hud Children, sho gave them Custoria,
Ouo ol ? lie itliiat liiflicull I'robletna
I thnt cout'ronts tho bilay doctor iu these
hot days is tho proper stimulation of
the sick. Proper iu tho sense thut tho
liquor ndniiuisicrcd is ass'ruilated, di
j posted, aud obtuius thu dired eilect
quickly, without uuy wear aud toar
upou tho digestive organs or produc
lug auy excitement of tho braiu.
TUB OliD ani> oem ink London Duck
BltAN'DY, sold by JoilN W, JU nnow.tho
druggist, .Mam Hireut, has wonderfully
siibtaiuinK powers to tho grievously
sick and weak, tidiug over patleuts'
Htreu^th uIouk until tho disease has
spent itself, 'ibis BltAN'DY ia specially
imported for its medioiual qualities. It
is reliable, ulways digested, and that
easily, and is adapted lo tho baby, the
adult, the invalid and tho aged, iu
bottlos all si/.es 11 piuts, 25o.; | pints,
olio.; piuts, 41; gallon, 88).
Dr. N. Jackson, Iloinuopatuist.
Oflico, Mori!/, building; Residence, Mo
tol Norfolk; phoue, 28o. Jy7 eodtf
f>0 and Tbc. neokwenr, 3 for $1.
Uoldtnau [&. Hoflhoimer, 160 Main
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY,
A Magnificent Showing Made in Presi- I
dent Ingall's Annual Report.
The annual ruport issued by Mr. M,
E. lugalle, president Chesapeake auu
Ohio Mailwuy Uompaoy, fur the Usual
year eudiug June liOtb, 1895, makes
thu follow lug showing:
Gross earuiugs. 89,596,030.01; iu
orease over earuiugs uf is-.M, $551,?
The result of the year's businoss ia
au increase of 8114,522.20 in not earu?
iugs over thosu of 18'.)4.
1 lie policy of thoroughly maintain?
ing and inioroviug thu property has
beeu followed during tho past year aa
heretofore. Over SdtKi.OOD.Od oould navo
been saved or postpoued if uecessary,
aud addud to tho net curuiuga. As thu
coinpuuy was euruiug its Uxud charges
there eeuuiud to bo no ueeest.it y of
eeouoiuy to tho detriment ot tho pro?
Nearly 5,000 tons of 100 and 7f> pound
rails ?rare laid during the yuur and iu
oluuud the expense uccuuut.
Mr. lugulls ubo uiskes tho following
auuouucemout, whioh is of very ruu I
erui luiportauoe at this time, namely:
" I here are many things which artord I
eueouragomout at tho tune ot writing
this report. Such furnaces along the
line, au have beeu closed for tho last
two years, are resuming work; thu
coku ovens, which havu beeu shut
down, are all at work, and there is a
distinct uud positive improvement iu
the local htittiucBA ol thu hue, both iu
pusscugcrs aud freight."
Abuuuuoenient is also made that dur
ipg the year arraugutuents have been
completed for the extousion ot tliu hue
into Louisville, the completion o( the
biidgeut the Ohio river and the con?
trol of Innre teriuuiuls in the oily of
Louisville, tho shorteuiug ot the lino
betweeu Leziugtou uud Louisville to
uighty-four miles, making it thu short?
cut line hutweeu Washington city and
Louisville. II o fin thur adds tho very
eucoiirugitig statement: "Your direc?
tors have uot changed tho opinion
which thoy huvo expressed on pre
vious occasions, to the oti't-ct that
tho low grades of the (Jbesapeake aud
Ohio hue, its physical condition, to?
gether with the advantages of nhuap
fuel and labor, msnro it u brilliaut fu?
ture. That it lias stood tho ie?t ol thu
last two yours aud earned its llxcd
c.hurgos, would seem to ba proof id the
soundness of thuir opinion." 1 he re
port also shows that duriog thu year
there has been no serious accideuts
eitiior to person or property.
Au announcement of much interest
to tho holders of C. ?. securities
status that the interest charges for the
coming >ear over thu charges for year
just closed will only he 811,2*7.80.
Anious out (ruiiwn .Hen.
Heavy ruius in Oeorgia, oleowhero
clear in cotton belt.
Liverpool murket advauued 1-llid op
the spot. Future oontracts closed vory
steady. It to ? Olths up.
New York future market very active,
6ales reachiug 201,600 bulos. Yslues
advanced lit to 15 points,closing 6tesdy.
August. 7,52 to 7,53; October, 7.01;
New York spot market advauced j,
7, for middling, against 7-0 lust
yeor. Stock 166,803, against 'Jl.iih
bales last year.
Iteceipti at I'. S. jorta_ a, 137 IS.S'J'J
Kxp. r:s week . 7,'i37 '.'(>,JlI
Stuck L". porn.295,721 1 on. l G
rieoeipts ot New roltou at United
States ports dtiriug past week have
beeu ouly 8H7 bales, against \>,217 bales
corresponding week lust year.
Sales of coitou iu Liverpool during
pait week wero 50,000 bales, against
03,000 bales previous week and ?'J.O'JO
bales last year.
Meeting tar Hove.
Mr. Ambrose 1'ago, tho now assist
ant secretary ol the Young Men's
Christian Association, will couduct a
meeting for boys only Sunday after
uoou at II o'clock. This meetiug will
be interesting to everybody who at
All boys of Norfolk nudet 16 years o(
ago are re'iuestei to bo present ut this
'So Vleauan ihu Nrvieai
Effectually yet gently, when costive or
bilious, or wheu the blood is impure
or sluggish, to permanently euro habi
ttiul constipation, to awakeu the kid
ueys and liver to u healthy aottvitv,
without irritatiog or woukoniug them,
to dispel headaches, colda ur fevers use
Syrup oi Figs.
KiubracliiB "i. Opportunity!
By tho recent advance in sterling
Messrs. Greenwood St hro. laid in und
placed orders for u large stock of silver?
ware, which will bo sold at the old, low
down prices. I.veryth ug needed iu
sterling silver is to be fouud at the
Casket at tho lowest prices iu the oity.
A large accession of linger rings bus
also been made. '1 hey ore now spe?
cially protty and specially cheap,
Ilv cii iHU I.\ i llr?i?> .i in lilt] I'onit.
Ml ell in or A on Ii a in pi nil.
Tho steamer Northampton, of Old
Doroiuiou Line, will leave hay Line
wharf, Norfolk, every Monday, Wed?
nesday and Friday evening at 7 p. m.
for Old Point, returning, leave Old
Point ?t 10 p. m, Round trip fare for
this delightful excursion, 50 cents,
siiti'r l-im.il ii ur. ?
Handsome liuo of silver plated ware,
ice tubs, water sets, tea sets, etc, at
Brown & Wolf's, No, 11 iluuk street.
1,000 ties, regular 50 aud 7"o. valuep,
at 35c., 3 for $1. (iolduiau Si iloff?
haimer, ion Main street,
Iced Coffee <simply delicious) at
Mac's. Try it, ami you will driuk
nothing else this warm weather.
Come on Main street this morning
and see Oscar Orogory and his trained
horses. Ue will drive tandem riding
ou a wheel. 0:30 a, m.
Dr. Weok, the celebrated eye export,
??iil rc'.uru September 5th.
i tfPaWa Mi f*""
AI 1 Jit 6APITAL
Richmond as the Centre of Virginia
Gossip and Events.
Albemarle Democrats for Free Silver
and Daniel, Gen. Fitz Leo for i
Sound Money. Senator Mar?
tin's Currency Views. Tbc
Newport News Contest.
Bpocint Dispatch to Tbc Virginian.
Kn hmonu, Vu., August 23.- -A Kich
moud Doruocrat who is just Irotu u
visit to Albemarle says Stute Senator
lieu. W, Moni? will b? rcoominstcd
without opposition. Mr. Fisbburue,
ol Chariot lesville, und Dr. Boaz, o(
tbo county, wilt probably be sent to
the Mouse of Delegates. Hon. Jobll
11. Moon, who was at. tbe lust Hussion
Chairman of the House Cuunmttce ou
L'iuauou, will nut tiu u auuiiulato. Prom
tbo huiuu authority it is learned tbat
tbn Allieruiarle Democrats nro nlniost a
unit in favor uf free silver and John
Cauural Fit/. Lee wn h hero to day on
hie vvuy tu Lyncuburg from Washing
I ton. wburo he bus been to look after
ullioial business, lie Bpent a short
tittic with Collector of Keveuuo Hyatt.
The (icuoral would not tto interviewed
ou the currency question, hot it ih
oertaili he is for Round mnuoy. and
?ili so deolare himself nt tlio proper
A member of the Legislature and ouo
who wus very active tu BOOUriug tbo
election of Air. Ilarliu to tbu Seuute,
loltl tnc to-day tbat be kuew Senntor
Martin was lor free silver. 1'htra is no
t|nunliou aliout it, be mild. "But Mr.
Martin is not so prominent iu but views
as Daniel. lie is n tree silver tuau
somewhat after tbc order ot ex Senator
lluntou. The sound money people
wiio ttru oluiiuiut^ Martin are doiug ho
without biH knowledge 01 couticnl, for
be it. against thuin.
There is u lively coutest for tbo
Democratic umtiiuetiou foi the senate
in tbc Newpoii Ne?? d ist riot. Hon,
Mauley II, Barnes, ol New Kaut, wauts
tbe bouor ugaiu, auii bo is being op
j- . t-.i by Mr. P, l*. t.'auHur, of Hump
tou, a very young lawyer. A year or two
hrii I unsoy wus u Niiiiient at Itiouuioud
College and paintd tpiito u reputatiou
hs a debntor. According to ruoortt lie
is very much iu the race. Mr. P. St.
vteorge Wilcox wants to eoniu to the
Hi.use fioni Newport News. Ilu wus
uucu u member from Cuarles City.
The colored poople of 'Kiohmoud are
raising u lug sum of money to defray
tbe expenses of the eiVorts bciug matlc
to save the lives of tbo two wotueu
convicted of killing Mrs, Pol?
lard in Luueuburg. It is pro?
posed to muke the sum $1.500.
t'ollectioDfl were taken up iu four
uburches laid Sunday autl about $200
were realized. Many private contri?
butions to the amount of $10 bavu lioeu
made aud buutlreits in smaller sums.
Most of this inuney will go to law?
GRAM BL ETON.
Miss Bess:u 1'catrotiB, of Howling
Crueu, Va., is tbu guest oi Miss Jamce
iu Huso avenue.
'l'hero will he services nt McKcutlreo
to-morrtiw, nit r: up.' und night, Kov.
D. T. Merrill will preach at 11 a. in.;
S p. m. will be supplied.
Air. C. H. Spaun's family baviug ro
turued Irom summering at Ocean \ lew,
are at botuc ugaiu ou Lust Bruiubleton
The remoins of Frank Pelham Lack?
land, who diod at the residence ui bis
parents, t apt. .lames M. uud Mrs.
A:.t.ie M. Lackland, No. 222 Windsor
aveuue, Thursday moruing at 10:05,
aired 1 year aud 5 days, were taken via
Norfolk uud Wot-iuru Uailroad yeater
day tuoruing to i.deutou, N, O, for
futierul uud w.tcrmeut.
Harry Kelly, a youth living at Cam
posteila bridge, bad the misiortuue a
day or two ago to injure his loot pain?
fully, if not seriously, by jumping ou
a nail tvbich want so deep iuto bid foot
it bed to bo pulled out by fores.
Miss kntie While, of Last Bramble
tou uve:,hp, bus returned from Mar
relt'a Neck, Nutisu:uonti county, wbero
sbe wus visitii g Mis?i Lditb Forrest.
A colored tnuti became d sabled
wbiio wulkiug along Highluud aveuue
yesterday, whereupon Officer Qalstead
stimuiotied tbe patrol to curry hitu to
quarters for proper troatment.
Report froui Rev. and Mrs. J, < i.
Ltuuou, of No. 1-' -lobusuu avenue,
wbu are now lustructiug at lioauoke,
N. C, say that they are both having
a delightful time, l'bu baby, M. Gar?
land, is inakiug out ttrat rato during
mama and pupu'i- alienee.
Kov. -i. Powell (iarland, D. D., Pre?
siding Luier of Norfolk District, will
preach in (lie M. 12. Church South,
Hiiiitersvilic, Sunday tuoriuug at II a.
u:. Kov. Mr. tireeue, of Portsmouth,
at i.ii.' i.: at 7: !5 p. m.
Mr. H, Huuseu uud family, of Cen?
tral aveuue. will lt*avo this moruing
to spend eniiie time with friends uud
relatives la Middlesex couuty, Vir?
Miss Koau Cooper was critically ill
yesterday at Mrs. Homes' rusideuco ou
Mr. Ueo. Bobiuson has built n neat
store. wb:ch ho himself is occupyiug.
on Johueon aveuue.
Hood's Barsaparilla cured m of nry<i| e
lat which 1 had fur s mo time It has ef
fee ted a complete eure.--1 e.sie Wharton,
in i h.i i ol street, Noriolk, Va
Itooii s l'dln cure sick, headache.
The steamer "Northampton," Of M
Old Dominion Liue, leaves the Lay
Line dock, Norfolk, every morning at
7:00 a. m., for Mathewa and Qloueaa
tor counties, arriving here on her ro- '
turn trip about 0:00 p. m. This makes
??ultimo <- noil |h? ?initiier II '? ratio,
I altlmoro I'oruKI
For some months past rumors liavo
beuu oarieut tliut Hid Southern Rail?
way wbm pnrtcctiug arrangements to
cuter Norfolk uud to uso it uh u ter
luiuus of a brauch line. Iu aud of itsulf
tins is not bn siguiliceut as to croutn
a'.urtu, for Norfolk is yet only h small
seaport, not at nil compuuiblo with
linltiiuore, Philadelphia ur Now York.
It is ouly when tlio studout of our
reut events glvea winga to tho imagi?
nation a little nnd looks ulioad that the
real meaning ut the new railroad ter?
minus begins to appear, Tho Southern
Hallway is tho lurgtist truuk railroad
system ol the Southern Stute? which
Heeks an QlltUt east of tho Allegheny
mountain* |tn uiaiu line runs uoutiu
uotialj from the Potomac to tho Mis
siisippi, while us several lirauehes ruu
to uluiost every town ol utiy impor
tuueo BOUth ol thu Ohio river. In
other words, this system of railways
oomiunnds tho bulk ol Halbe in that
part of the Bouth aocessiblu to Balti?
more, while l'ulalka, Hi ituswiok and
Norfolk have direct connections which
the Alouumental t'llv has rt<,t,
it is dourly to he Mien, therefore,
that thu seaports of thu South, lying
ou the ooeuu shore, are iu position to
outbid lltiltuuorv at some future day
w hen their harbors have I oeu drudged
aud when terminal facilities huve houu
provided [or handling freight, .Among
them Norfolk lit aiublllotiH fur 00111
meroial groat uess, and tlie uew branch
ot tue Southern railroad might be j
used to turn traffic that wuy which
ought to como to Baltimore,
1 be situation is one which forces
serious rellectioUH ou thu I'uliimoreau
every timo ho consults the map, uud
uotiiiug rciiuvcs it but an lmugiuaty
brauch oi tills same Southern railway
into our city. W ill It be bunt, or will
capital i'ii satisfied to pel mil the great
est truuk lino railway of the South to
discharge its trulliu to competitors ou
the baukl ol tho Potomac or send it to
the seuboard ovor its own litieu to Nor
iolk ami 1'ulatka?
ATLANTIC Cl 1 Y.
.Mrs. Bailer, of Avenue 1!, luft yes
lerday morning lor a trip North for a
mouth or so.
Rev. R, A. Robinson is expected
homo some tliuo next week from Pitts
tiuld. Maes., whero he hus been lot
Lev. .1. I", Rontton was expected
home luat night troiu Pi incess Anue
count}, Vu., where ho hus been assist
lug the Rev. \V. S. Wallace in u ro
Tbe Uosobtidb, of LaKios1 Mriuorial
Church, will have a very interesting
programme Sunday, Air. Smith Brtok
bouse has been engaged to mul.o a
Misses Maggie aud Oraoie Simpson,
of Central avenue, huvu gone to War
wiek county to visit friends und rela?
Capt. John White and family, of
Avenue A, who huvo been spuudiug
snme iimu at their coltugo at Ocean
View, have reim ued home.
Ihu people ol Atlantic Oily Waul
can bouht of huving a baseball team
which is the strongest colored (eum in
Yirginiu. The Atlantic City tcum
colored) met the lljgoiu tiiauts, of
Did Point Comfort, Yu., in a guiuo on
thu 21et, which was u walk over in
favor of the Atlantic City team. Tho
soore was 31 to 13 iu favor of Atlantic
BROWN'S IRON BITTER3
cures Dyspepsia, In?
digestion & Debility.
>ortlieu*i l.mi Mir/til Vt.aaol.
Notice is giveu by the Lightbouso
Hoard that, on August 15, 1895, North?
east End Light vessel, No. -14, was
replaced on her station oil tho north?
east end of Five Fathom Hunk, oil the
foueottst of New Jersey, and the whist
ling buoy, painted red, temporarily
marking tho station,was removed. This
notice affects the list of lights ond foe:
signals, Adantic and tiulf coasts, 1895,
page To, No. :;7T. ami tho list of be i
c >ua and bunvs, fourth lighthouse dis?
trict, 1894, pages 111 and 19.
Why try to press back a
side .'tclie with your hand,
as so many do. when an
will not only relieve the
pain but prevent its return.
Tlie best remedy known for
weak back, strains, sprains,
lameness and all local pains.
Bear In Mini -Not oneof it.e h.^t oi coun
teilen>&iui iaUtatiaaa U .* as tiie gaauiae.
Allcoclt's Corn Shields,
Allcock'si Bunion Shields,
Have uo equal as a relief and cute lor c-.rns
A 3afo and ?uro remedy for diseases
arising from impurity of the blood.
NORFLOX IRON IRIS,
GEO. W. DUVAL &, CO..
No. 15 Water street. Norfolk. Va.
ENGlNtH, liOtl.KltB. SAWMILL aud al
kiuiia of machmory of tho mo.; improved
patterns. Mao requiring at tlie shortest
notice, i ttn-aiur utteution to steamboat
work. nb'VAL'ri PATENT iiOlLKK TUUBd
?KKKOLEii are the only psrieot romody
Is tbe making of a pie. The X
making of a crisp cntst de- ?
pends largely upon the shorten- $
iug. Use COTTOLENE, the ?
new vegetable shortening, in- ?
stead oflard, and soggiuess will %
be an unknown element in your x
pastry. Cottolcne should al
ways be economically used? %
two-thirds as much Coltolene as 9
you would ordinarily use of ?
lard or butter, being ample 2
to produce the most desirable 2
results. The saving in a year ?
.presents a considerable item. 2
?wmmt? ? --re are many imitations of COT- J
e TOLENE; you should therefore be careful to get the genuine, o
Z Wold everywhere In Um. ?Uta trude.Uiarka?"OMfehme " und tteer'i head In eoMon/JunI g
a UirwKA??II every (Id. MuOtonlyhy
? Tili: N. It. PA 1 KB AN K, COMPANY, ST. i.-.m is and C1IICAUO... ?
Htowed away in olio u( tbo crowded stororoocna iu tbe
1 nildiug n mho was touuil the other day. Iu it wore forty-two
dozen Shirts, uulauudured, Tin? ih part of the great lot that
we thought were cloned out ut 5Ua during thu rocont sale. They
buvo bodioh of really very good ulntu ruuslin, bosom aud do
teohed oulTa ol laut noroaio; are good valuo at 7?c.\, Worn a bar?
gain ut 50o, and while it is murder, they nm-t uow bu hoU), and
that uo niiu who hccb them will fall to buy, they will he It'.lu each.
Thirty-INiue Ooutr, May bo you don't need auy Shirts. Well,
yon don't have to luv any of these. There are people thnt will
have to be tied with a mighty strong ropo to keep them away
froui here. Look iu thu window where tho Shirts are.
Mosquito liars, nine feet duop, great widu ones that will
onver n giant's bed, mode ou folding canopy, ready to put up,
pulley, cord, everything, delivered, i'l,
Lathen'China Silk Waists, white, navy aud white, black
and white tigiiied and striped; b!ho evening Rhados, full sloevo",
-.'.oil. Until thie wneK these were 85 und $5,50. Do not come
liulttih von come roou.
Latlida' Night (iowna of a Muslin, like heavy India Liuou, for
snmmer wear, V niiok, tucked j'oke. 2i)o each. Thesu wore -t'io,
are uow less thuu cost lo make.
Ladies' Vests of Furo Silk, white ami colors-, 50c each. For
Men's und Ladiaa' Wide Bad Tics of Wash Silk, wore 17o,
nro two lor Slue to close.
Trilby Hearts, Silver Plated, J?c,. Trilby Hoarta tbat open;
Lnektts, Vi?. 1 rilby Scurfs and l'mir iu-Uuutt Scarfs of Black
Satin. Pino ouet, 'J?c.
Tan thousand yards bebt American PrintR, blue ground,
while figures, .">.? u i urd.
Buttermilk, Itosewater aud Qlycerioa Soup, the kind that
Wrisley makes, Three (Jakes in a bos, 17o a bos hero.
\. ATT, RETT1:W & CLAY.
S. B?CHR?CH & BRO.,
OLD GOLD REFINERS AND ASSAYERS !
WE PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR OLD GOLD.
Do not siici ifl.'o any ? i?l gold tbat you may have, but write us to call r>n you and gift
you ob r nrlet-i We rec tve old gold from any pan of the United States, audit amouut
allowed h a il '???ti fnotory uo pay eipres? charge! botli ways and return paokaso in same
condition as received.
S. Bacharach & Bro.,
ltUi Churcli vStreet.
Special Bargains in Clothing.
In order lo make loom for the approaching Fall Sea?
son, we have divided our Light Colored Suits into three
lots and fixed the prices at $6, $7.50 and $9 per suit. The
tegular prices of these goods were $10, $12.50 and $15,and
there is not a suit among the whole lot that did not cost
from 10 to 25 per cent, more than the present selling price.
Tins sale will begin TO-DAY, Julv 16, and continue
until the entire lot is disposed of. EARLY BUYERS
GET THE BEST.
157 MAIN BTKEBT, BOUTB BlUE,
Be Sure You are Right, theu
Wc are Noi telling SBOEH for Lem thuu
cost no:- are we Utviso tiiom away, but
will Rive v ii an innch Vai ii.ior your money
us auy house iu tho city.
Doyle & Small,
146 Main Street.
OWibratrl i ot only for its great medici?
nal pronurt es. but for its purity.
A Delicious Table Water.
Rt ommnudfld ami or Ii red by 1. ?im?
Lhyaioiaus fur liiujht's Hne.ige. Diuuctej,
Stoii? 111 tho ?iilney.i or 1'. adder. (Iruvcl,
Uottt. hheniiiatlsin. Urinary Disoarei ami
JOHN VERIYIILLION, Agent,
UKANMf BTBBBT, .Mi.Ml MMN BTBBBT,
White Sulphur Springs
TO REMAIN OPEN.
Tho White Bulphar Hprini;? wilL ho Jiapi
ojion uur.jig thj "^"^.^?ifltt^aMliatty
im BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
FAINTS, OILS. BRUSHES,
Polish Plate and Winuow ?te,
LONGMAN .V. MARTINEZ' VVllR
HI. UM-MIXK > PAINTS. EVBKX
GALLON' SOI.I) UNDKK A UI?D
INO <ii A1UNTF.E.
COOKE, CLARK & CO,
To Whom It May Concern.
I have tliis day s pppoiuted my husband,
I.. I". Eley. my agent, t.> comlaot for mo*
Keuoral rocary and fresh niett business ?%
the corner of'lbrkloy arennv ?ml S.cottd
street. It. rkley. Va. Ksapsctfullv,
uulS-liv MKS. SAL!,IK A. KLEY.
hnH been uae? fo^c.liilurfcn tthilt) torthinij?