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\VANTED-A white harb.-r t" on u a shop In
Wo i Norfolk. A rood plaqo aad tow rent to
ibc rlht ?an. ?all or address Hi K A DA Ms,
ym Norfolk 11_au.W-lw?
\V ANTED-A ?ilu.iti.o . An A No. 1 Bntid S..W
?l filers ibliteeu years' eioe ieoce. Kaoulreor
(uldre? 44 Hank street. _??t!4-at? ^
fANTED?A Flr.t-Class Whits Berber. Appiy
to 11 I'. ADAMS. West Noilolk, Va.
ANT E t>? H E L I*?Wa u ted, a Orst-cla?> opera
V ii w
tir on slil11 luachluc. Apph at Ueeau
ANTED?A Iiis -clan fancy iron aud itateber.
Apply at Oo.na View Laundry. anlti-lt
\VANTED- A steady colored woman to cook
'I wash ami irou I'eruianeni home lor one who
?an i onm well recoiiiumndcd. Apply 121 Free
go ason str et. * au>-tl'
1 WANT IIVE EXPERIENCED HUII.DINU
2 aad i.o.iu Soli, ion well Hciiiialuted In Nurl Ik
and adjateut ton .-. Will pay salary wlihiow
galsstoa, Ca I on W. 31. PARK, at Atlantic Hotel,
fiui lb I i. bi twees i and 4 p m. auitf
'.LtSMAN inie lo. ally ami out to travel: will
?J salary and enprn-es or routmlaalou;
roan easily obtained: etperieue* uuuicesaarv.
i lamples and panieolars a.ldiosa P. O. BOX 4-0
ow ) or* City.
fJARlNEtt WANTED TO EST A HUSH ELEC
X Tltll'AL INDUSTRY?A thorough |ir act leal
ahtclricul eae,iueei (graduate of oue ol tbe leading
w,utier-ltle*) al present mi| arimeudeal of laigc
ss..rk- it, the East, ha.illL- ailUI? capital. dis:!.-, 10
avuacttiie himself with .man.inn >?>?.? uapltal.
tisluvMiablllt) an t ocial -t..u liu; wiih a ?law to
.me in Norfolk, for il e p rpuse ol edahlhthlng
?od developing tin- .? e 11leal Indus'ry iu in raried
Sonn? Reteretuo?, dtialla ol .? ? . ion. io?
aie .wll be fi i iiisb-il hj corresponding with P
II. care ol .,ihu lylKMu,fr,*a
i GENTS make i"> daily. Marvelous inveution.
Fl Ketulls . o t '.'to U sohl io a I onsc. Sample
aa I -1 I'KEE. 11 lt.SH EE.V M AKIN,? iu. luoati.tl.
rjr. ctM\ reward ro any who tan excel
rX'. "II mi i m B|t| yy MNl'n.i \
iE I UM-baa located a' lai Maiu -n et,
lie ?il help, aid and isilsl ion In every way
;he wl I tell yon 'o r inolui ra full name !>? tote
?r ii a'i i.ice. i al n-rihe uext i n day* at I he
?bore iniiubet, I . .'in; :i. t.'io v.. aulS-lui
*ti'i HIHI TU I.KNIi at 6 par eenl on ellt ifal > -
0'.,M"'tate. 111. Eh IN 1 TOMI.IN, Academy
c Musie bultillny. Juttl-tl '
HOOFS AND BRICK WALLS PA IN TE D.
The Very Bc-tit Work d-ieap
UaNI Ol i v Uli ehl\, us.
G. BORU IVl. ss WATER ST'
I"-IN K I A I uM H\~-f* ial -a'. ?| the new
lint "Elb ral,"'Joe u boa Wlutlow I.inen. It/it a
>x\ In L Linen o . i on nil ol papii an emei
? ealouiai i. .i i . \ All are ilarcua Ward'i
(ii- e,.' .1- huielopis Willi lach bos. NUS?
BAUM .- l-'- .Ma ii ?tr.-.t. Norf? k, Va.
HEW FACES U??^^a*I?
?na- Blomlab.u IUI p. i.k ror ? Msmp.
?lohn II. vVoodburs , U. IV. i.M St.,a". V.
luvontor of t\'o.'0tior> s 1'neial Soap.
LA 1)1 KS i ChlcHcslor'i Eneiljh Ponnyroy.il Pills
(Wnnond in...i nr? the Best.?r.i..?.(,.
rSSKi ,\"r"'-' Ratnrn Mall. Mi't.(4?a.
Prescriptions ;r,'utd.d. -a
Drngt, Patent Medicines, Toilet Article
Ogara nnd Tobacco. W. >i PHII.DIP8, ili
aiULliTAKl.l; AM. I Mi Al.M1.1:.
,t. K. JONES,
tifiice ItO at d r<-i>lrii e lit Cumberland street,
r. . ordeis i.i 111111v i it. u.le.l i..._
i in: vii.i.
reu-Ai l' Uptown Corner Grocery, contlstlng
M oi >ie.^. tlvtures, A... foi sslecuoap, Apply
4t. M. BKIIW N A i i' ,Ni .. ">0 I lulli sli:.-.it. .ii..
J-SS sai.i CHEAI' A ...uiiileie Fliitogreptii
Ontttt.iii will lakes partuer. Addiean h W.
, V.r^inian otUce. sniA-lt
*Mll sal! oi: l XI HAN'.i i IFi'i EN III:.\l>
j' ol staudar I brtaI .-ia ions. Brood Mares, Colts
Sad Fillies, for reai estate, bricks or lumbar, li -.
i?NI>. Ito? 105 Ne?|o i Hew. va. aiit-sull
1';uU SALE -? 4iRNl/TSB"Ba"||i.AtN House at.J
1 . oruei lot m Urambluton; most ileshablj Iocs
s.o. o.-r Hull st let l.n.lke h.nis..' Imllt twelve
?e nil.- n:... only fee hundred rash balance$M
unib will i.iuioi5-". Addr.ss.STBI? II V
LI si N i -?>. t are Yu g.nian
V'i'lt-AI.I N.,. I.!.? OU Ollcbb) a.il.ue,
.1 Itrauihli on evci tu ms u o k i..-:. |*r eel
? tdei. 11 l. I'AHEil.U-uk -i. au'J-.'-la
OB SALE?A part or a I of Rccvli ?iovu I ami
IU acre*] near Keuiiisvtlbi I'rluceas Anne
So i My. Also reut ?hure ol coi n crop, household
?ami in.- buy, Ac I'arl pws*n*rion uo?, other on
Jr before Is) .lanunrj. llw. .\pp y lo N I: IA
IAN. Kaninsvllle, oi .1. Y. l.l.li.K. I Bank
atr.-et. Norfolk Ij 10
3~ UP. RENT Attrs. tlvc d?. Hin? corner Hrauby
aud Yoik ilreel*. wllb all niodtra im- *. x
?jrovemein* p.ion given Sepl ?..?-.-? 1st 'r-$t
iVi piy tt'AI i'EH J. li?V.IEIt, ITS York it.,
ai N,.v S ii neral "Ui >. auJl-w -u,ir-Jw
L'an tiii'l an extensive assort?
ment ot exquisite l<j! ni- tor ur
tistic decoration In out lineuf
Vdie-. Ornaments, Buudoir. iis
critoire .tnit rete-a- rete Sets,
Cabinet Sptcialties.Jewel Cas.-^
and i aiiiv Cups and Saucers,
perfect selections, brilliant
gla^e and absolute freedom
from discoloration in Illing.
Special sale this week.
lS?i\ 9S and rear ul </2, V4,
<Ji), ^8, 100 and 102
Arc Instantlv Killed
All i'i i;_'l; ?.'.- or from tbo
NATIONAL dOLIOITINO COMPANY.
an,?.( No,OoEitth avenuo, Nusr York,
'DIVESTED OF WIE'
A Bright Array of Local Matter
Crowded in Small Space.
"Crap" Players Captured. Another
Club in Trouble. The " Uptown
Ejectment Case." Sir Knights
Leave for Boston. Several
Mr. W. A. HetTernuu, of Lynchuurg,
is iu the city.
Mr. F.vau K. Chesterman, of Rioh
moud, is tho city.
High Constable Hayes is confined to
his home by sickness.
11 Miss Ore Davis is visiting friends iu
iir. Robert Montgomery has re?
turned from the blue itidge Spriugs.
Prof. Uliver Oorprew.ot Central Col?
lege Mission, is in the city visiting re?
Mrs. Lena (liven,of Memphis,Tonu.,
is viMiting Mr- uud Mrs. D. V. Blouut.
in (Jranby Htreet.
g?Thu High Tent of Recbabites in ses?
sion in Marylaud, hue decided to hold
its uext (tension iu this city.
William l'atloug and William Dolley,
both negroes, were urrestud yesterday
lor play in? craps iu the Mansion House
The wrecking steamer T'amesi wa?
libeled in this port yesterday by F. M.
Feed & Son to recover u bill for sup?
Miss Mary F. Shannon, of Balti?
more, is visiting Mr. aud Mrs. Joim 1!,
Lotigbruu, at their cottage at Ocean
Mrs. Gordon, the sister of Mrs.
Frauces Hodgsou Burnett, is visiting
her brother, Mr. H. F. Llodgson, No.
1! (Trace atreet.
Parties from various section- of the
oouutry eu route to tbo Knights Tem?
plar Conclave iu Boston were iu Nor?
Mr. Herman llovcmauu. of Now
torK City, will sing ut Gruuby Street
M. F. Church to day, at morning aud
evening sen ices.
Muse? Gertie Smith aud Lillie
1 rower have returned from u pleasant
visit to Mrs. Virgium Haughwond, of
1 ho regular monthly meeting of the
Baptist hnuday School Association will
be held with the Grace Baptist Church
thin uftcruuou ut I o'clock.
Mrs. L. A. Cjuigley aud Miss Mary
Culluu, w ho have in.-en vibitiug tho
Misse? Hurt, left yesterday utteruoou
for their home, Baltimore.
SAMrs, William Tbuinpcon uud chil?
dren, of Bermuda street, have returned
from uu extended visit to Muthews,
Gloucester und Qraftou, V?.
Hev. J. Fuwoll (iurluud, D. 1)., Pre
Bidiug Eider of Noriulk District, will
preach at the M. F. Church, Hunters
Villa, this morning at 11 a. m.
A deod wus recorded yesterday trans?
ferring Irom B. F. Luwler to LTehurd
Morgan a lot aud improvements on the
south side of 1'iue street. jJi.'?U.
Justice Burroughs had before him
yesterday a number of young negro
womeu, charged with being common
nuisances. He lined soverul of tbeui.
Mrs. M- Lewis, of Southampton
couuty, Va., is spending a few days
with her daughter, Mrs. A. W. Fairer,
No. "10 Marshall atfinie,Faat Norfolk.
Mr. .1. Edward Kidwell, oi Alexan?
dria, Va., who urrivod hero yes
terciay ou the Bay Lino steamer, left
to-duy for Virginia Beach to spend a
A lodge of the Knights ol tho An
cieut Feseuic order has been orgum/.ud
in Norfolk. It starts with fifty-three
members. Mr. Li. W. Toms is the
Ullas, I'riddie, the white mau who
utteuipted to commit biiicide ut tbe po?
lice station, wus before Police the JllE*
tice yeetcrduy, uhurged witti au useult,
und was dismissed.
Tbe Albemurlu Baptist Association
bus been iu session ut Free Union
(Jbrucb, Albemariu couuty, the past
week, and WAS largely HttcuaeJ, Hem,
John F. Mu:.sey was elected moderator.
Dr. M. B. Whurtou will discourse
ou "Knowing No Man After tho
Flesh," iu the morning, aud ou "The
Power ol The Word, at night. Ue
will leave on his vuoatiou next weak.
Members of Allegbauy Commaudery,
Kuiglits Tuuiplar, of Allegbauy City,
l'u., with their ladies, arrived here ou
the steamer Allegbauy from Baltimore
on route to Boston via l'rovideuce to
attend the Knights Templar conclave.
A, Tennis, corner Hull uud Botti
more street, was arrested yebterdoy ou
tho churge of keeping ,a gaming house
aud selling li.juor without a license aud
to minors. This is the Norfolk Athletic
Club, uud the janitor, Peter Frost, was
Iu the case of Hudgins et als. vs.
Simmons ol als. ? the "uptown eject
meut iuit"?tried iu the Corporation
Court some tune ago, tho record is
now heiug made up for tho Court of
Appeals, to which tho plaiutitls will
curry tho case.
One or tin- Moat llifiicult Problems
that confronts the im-y doctor in these
hot days is the proper stimulutiuii of
the sick. Proper in tho sense that the
lit i it or adunuiHicred is uss<milatod. di?
gested, und obtains the desired ollect
quickly, without any wear und toar
upou the digestive organs or produc?
ing any exoitcment of the brain.
Till: OLD am' OKNUINK LONDON Dock
BRANDY, sold by JOHN W. BuiillOW.tbfl
druggist, Main street, has wonderfully
sustaining powers to tho grievously
sick und weak, tidiug over patients'
i strength along until the disease has
, spent itself. This Bhanuv iH specially
imported for its medicinal ?piulitieb. It
is reliable, always digested, aud Unit
easily, und is adapted to the baby, tho
adult, the invalid and tho aged, In
bottle* all sizes (J piuts, 2?c; J pints,
?Uo.; piuts, 81; ;;ullou,
Dr. N. Jackson, Lioma:opathist.
Oftice, Moritz building; Residence, Ho?
tel Norfolk; phone, '28(3. Jy7 codlf
Rev. W, F. Watson, having re.
turned from London Bridge Rspttst
(Jliurcb, where tho revival meeting
last week was a tine suncess, will
preach at Spurgoou Memorial Baptist
Church to.day at the usual moruiug
and eveniug hours.
Mr.;. Joseph A. Winslow aud sou
Augustus left yesterday afternoon lor
au extended trip North.
This will be a memorable day at
Christian Memorial Temple, the re?
tiring pastor. Rev. C. .1. Jones, D, I).,
preaohtug his farewell sermon, and
having a baptismal service at Cumpo
Stella Liridgo at tho 11 a, m. service.
Miss Faunio Weaver, of Clav aveuue,
left yesterday to spend some time with
the family of Mr. L. U. Tuomas, of
Muthews couuty, Va,
Tho work at Park Avenue Baptist
Church grows more attractive con?
tinually; their new editice appearing
grander from week to week, as it goes
on to completion. The pastor. Rev.
J. J. Hall. D. D., will use for his
subject at 11a. tn,, "Jesus Making
Himself Known to His Disciples."
Night subject: '^Attention to the First
Mrs. Victoria Rurger and daughter,
Helen, of Hamliu uveuuo, returned
yesterday from a visit to friends iu
Services at McKoudroe will bo tin
usually internst inn to-day. At 11 a. tu.
Rev, D. T. Morritt, sou of the widely
known Rev. J, R, Merritt, of Seamen's
Bethel, ami a recent graduate from
Randolph Macou College, will pruueh,
Mr. C. O. nud Mrs. Laura S. (hinter,
of IIS Park nvouue, lost by des tu yea
terduy ut 1 p. in. their infant daughter,
Lillian Bradford, aged -t mouths aud
18 days. Interment will take place in
F.lmwood tins eveuing at t o'clock. Rev.
R. R. Harwell conducting the luuerul
Yai.i:\s Devil's Ai ction,?'The Acad?
emy of Music will present next Thurs?
day Charles H. Vale's "Newest Devil's
Auction," which in this city has a host
of well wider-. It is claimed by
the management that the " Devil's
Auction," as it will be seen here,
is far superior to ouy ol its previous
presentations ami gives a performance
distinctly its own. Features of an
elaburate nature honey comb the piece,
while haltete, specialties and scenery
urn said to be unsurpassable. The
Pniluticlphia Sunday 1 ruiiBcript Bays :
"Ollmore's handsome Auditorium was
opened last night lor the regular sea
sou iu the presence of a very luigeaud
select audience with Charles H. tale's
"Newest Devil's Auction,'' which- was
presented on a scale of splendor set
dorn witnessed ou the Philadelphia
stage. The production does great
credit to Mr. Yule's inventive geuuis,
Tbo scenery is remarkably handsome
uud the mechanical devioc-S are a series
ol wonderful surprises."
1 he box office will bo opeu Tuesday
moruiug next for the sale of reserved
seats. The legulur prices provuil? viz;
20, 00, Toe. and SI.Od.
Capt. and Mrs. Isaac Peine, of Ave?
nue H, w ho have been on a visit to
Boston, Mass., und other points, havo
Miss Jessie Tooker, of Avenue 11,
who has been very ill at the Retreat
for tbe Sick ceverul weeks, is able to be
ut home again, it is pleasant to report.
Workmen were busy yesterday raia
:ng the sidewalk aud tilling iu Front
liegtilur services to day at Colloy
Memoiial Church, preuching at 11 u
m and B p m by tho Rev J T Wussum.
Ceutrul Avenue Baptist Church.?
Preaching to day at 11 a m aud s p m
by tue pustor, Rev T A Hall,
Preaching at LeKiea .Memorial
Church today by the pastor, the Lev
J T Itqotten, ut IIa m and 8 pm;
Sunday echoul ut 9:30 a m. The Hose
buds will meet at 11 p m. An excellent
Programme has been urrunged lor the
occasion. Mr S N Briokhoueo will
deliver un address. There will nlso be
several deelamutioua.iuterspertiod with
Auiuiiim riiirai I z iraurdinar y.
The Ojnratol Remedy Company an
uoiK.cc by advertisement in this issue
that they buve decided to reduce the
price ol t, urutol from 50 cents to 2D
cents per bottle. This excellent remedy
cau now He had at any drug store ut
25 cents, the same size and ipiullty aud
in every respect the same preparation
heretofore sold at 50 cents.
Tho increased quantities manufac?
tured has enabled the company to very
materially ruduco tbo cost of manufac?
ture, uud after careful consideration
they dedided to test tho wisdom of
small profits aud large baieF, beheviug
the public will appreciate their liberal?
ity and thut tho new price will leave
nuthiug in the way of its introduction
iu every home, whcre.onee introduced,
it will ever romaiu a valued lumily
To Cleatliea tin; N*/aleui
Effectually yet geutly, when costive or
bilious;, or wheu the blood is impure
or sluggish, to permanently otire habi?
tual constitution, to awakeu the kid?
neys anil liver to a healthy activity,
without irritutiug or weakening them,
to dispel beadaohes, colds or fevers use
Syrup of Figs.
The steamer "Northampton," of the
Old .'dominion Line, leaves the Hay
Liue dock, Norfolk, every morning at
7:00 a, m., for Mathews and Glouces?
ter counties, arriving here ou her re?
turn trip about 6:00 p. m. This makes
a delightful trip during the hot wea?
ther. Fare SI.00 for the rouud trip.
Messrs. Horace S. Pood aud James
M. Jordan have formed a co partner?
ship under tho lirni namo ol P. M.
Peed & Sod, to :?.:duot I he ship chand?
lery and ship supply business at Water
stteet and Roanoke avenue.
October let, 180L sedO, in, t?, U
Co>utluted from Second poffo.
a double play. "Pop" Tato tried to
steul bome aud lie wan thrown oat at
the plate by O'Brien to Smith. It was
neatly douu and deaorvod all the op
plaiiBO it reoeived.
Portsmouth ia very apt to laud id
Portsmouth put up a splendid gams
of bull yesterday, Ho did Uiolituutui.
Kaiu got two of ltiehiuoud'a six bite
yesterday. Six was all I hoy could get
off "Eddie" Leaob.
"I'op" '1'uto geta moro than hie oyo
o u tbo ball. Ho hita it out eafoly witb
u nori tu,", regularity.
Mills, Norfolk'a second basoinao,
tells a story eutircly different from
tbat continued in the Sportlog Lifo of
tbia week's ieaue.
ltoanoko moots Norfolk boro Mon
day, Tuesday uud Wednesday, while
Petersburg aud Portsmouth struggle
for supremacy on tbo otbor sido of the
'the boya not only had their eyos on
the ball yesterday, but their bats foiiud
a aalo lodgiuout up a^aiual the sphere;
2H bits iu the two guinea ia doiug vory
Uosiip ia rifo iu rofereuco to what
the Virgima league magnates will do
uoxt year. It ia a waate of time and
thought, to take auy stock in tbo ru?
mor that P.iehiuoinl will go in the
National League, Kiohuiond will ho
fouud uextyear j net whore nhe ia now,
a member of the Virgiutu League.
Norfolk will iu all probability bnvo a
new ball park next scasou. Several
ue6trablu aud couvemout aitos huvo
beeu found aud it ia more thau likely
tiiat before next seasou rotla aruutid
Norfolk will have a park of which hIio
will have reason to lell proud. Mr.
O'Niell ia working hard with that ond
1 toil Clausou, the pitcher who accep
ted Kooheator'a ligures uud re ported
there on Thursday, bua nut heuu able
to go into the box, aa he hna been huh
peiuled for deserting the Montgomery
Club of the Sontboru Longue. Ho
claims that ho waa froo uflur the tirsl
ol August to 6ign with auy olttl> no
'1 be tiillowiug ia uli|>|>od from the
Kvauavillo letter in this week'a
Sporting Life: "Ham Mills,oar second
baseuiun, lius cut a uioe caper. He
jumped last Wednesday, ufter having
been paid Ina salary in full tbo day bo
fore. While lie waa regarded oa u good
second buaemau, they are muuy bia su?
perior. He made many more errors
than auy man in the toum and waa bo
low the average hitter. He wus a dis
organizer uud was alwuya creating
trouble in tbo team by bid meati
tongue. He nuvor baa a kind word lor
auy one, and ia constantly distrusting
those with whom hu baa dculiugs. Ilia
absence will uot weakeu tbo club, na
?luck Went/., lute of Memphis, will join
Chuptuau .v -Inkciuan have conclu?
ded to oiler a hundsome silver trophy,
to be played for I >? Uveen the Norfolk
and Put t;-u,until Ulubs, at the end of
the season. It ia the purpose of the
douom iu ottering tbia prize, to settle
the question ol which city has the best
team. The proceeds are to be divided
among the piuyorc, aud the number of
games to bo played, aud other dutuila
of the agreement is to bo decided upon
by the managers of the two teuma.
Air. O'Neill, of the Norfolk Chili ia
anxious to uiuLe arrangements lor the
couteat. The Portsmouth management
will lie communicated with und the
outcome will he looked forward to with
a great deul of interest.
The following lulormatiou is fur?
nished by Tun vUmiikian'h Hicbmoiid
correspondent: "Already there is much
talk here about plana for baseball next
year, Wells ia coming back to muu
uge the Ivlebmomi team. '1 here l.s autuo
talk ol the organization of a league to
embrace Riehiuoud, Wilmiugtou, Del.,
Newark, Jersey ( ity, Uarrisburg and
Scrantou, or Ltiohmond, Charleston,
Atlanta, tiarannab, Chaltauuoga and
"There ia a stiot.g demand horo fur
thia oit) to get into a league of larger
cities, aud Wells bus saia tbtittho great
trouble is that l.icbmoud pays so well
fur baseball, the people want a club
strougur thuu the other Yirgima cities
"In tbo event ol a division of Iba
Natiounl League Picbtuoud will make
ii big bid to gat in the organization
tbat will bo formed witb the clubs in
the east us a basis, Dauville wants to I
become a niemher of the Virginia
League ami capitalists are backing the
ferriage Rcarst latloni
Kobioi.k, Va., Aug. 31. 1896.
Editor of tho Virginian
Your correspondent baa froijtient oo
casiouB to use the forry to Portsmouth,
aud 1 canuot understand why the man?
agement of the lurry allow passengers
to rush on board the steamers, before
those on the steamei a are given auy
time to get off. It is a great danger,
autioyaiico aud inconvenience to the
pat rout of tbe ferry to be prevented
from gettiug oil tho ateam era by a
crowd ot persons, who souietiuit-a ap?
pear to be wild with excitement to got
aboard. The gangway fur the exit of
passengers should he kept clear, and
the large numtier of pnaseDgora should
uot be allowed to push agaiuat each
other. There ahotild be a gate to keep
the passengers from going aboard the
steamers before tlioso on board aro i
allowed a little time to get off A |
ehm..-" from tho present anuoyanro
wbould be highly appreciated by the
traveling public. Traveler.
Why travel without onoof our "Cov?
ert" overcoats? Correct in tit, stylo
aud place, N;? imi.s A Wallace,
169 Main streot.
Dr. Weck, tbe celobrated eye expert,
will return tieptomber 5th.
i'iiA.Mi ii. Ualk.
< In :i|n r T?l?|lllO|in Ullta-a.
N mv.nh. Vi,, Augttt SI, 1895,
Editor of tlio Vlrglulan:
bourn fow diijtt ii.;o I noticed nil arli
clo iu ono of our papers purporting to
bo from a telephone subscriber, advis?
ing tbo puoplu not to patronize tlio now
company, but wait putieutly, in tbu
bopoa ol still lower ratet) from the Boll
Permit mo to ask tbia unknown cor
respoudeut, through tbu columns of
Tuk ViRulnian, to what aro wo in?
debted for the roceut small reduction
iu phonos' To the interest felt iu the
oity and oitizena of Norfolk, or the
uppearaneu iiud fear of competition?
If the former, why has it taken so long
for this interest to beootuo a master
over greed '
1 untunlich, Mr. Editor, as tho new
oompany offers n revenue to tho city,
a superior Iclophoun service, ami at
moduratu rates, would it not seem our
duty as citizens to ui>bold uml patron
ize tho ouch who buvu boetl the moans
of our getting better raton, instead of
stiokiug to tho monopoly und endeav?
oring to drive away honest competi?
tion, iu the absence ol which, without
a guarantee from tbo Bell Company
that thoir cheaper rates will In) main?
tained, we will soon have the oxborbi
tuut rntea to pay again, or no telo
pbono. It ia reported that in Ijyuob
burg, Va., Durham, N. O., und Sei ma,
Ala., 'plumes arc ollorcd true in order
to down competition. It is pluasiug to
learn that tho people arc with tho new
oumpanics. Possibly tho Hell Com
pauv will he offering service in Nor?
folk tree of charge?to break tip square
and honest competition. Hut the poo
plo aro nut simple enough to swallow
such bait. A Ci 11/.KS.
No.i soe that your blood is pure (lood
health follows the u?o ol Huou's Sarsapa?
rille which is the ono grew! I Ion I pin Hier.
ICveiilusl-.Kcaraioii i<> m.i I'uiui.
Nteiuauer Natrtuatiii ptou.
Tho stoonior Northampton, ol eld
Dominion Cine, will leave Hay Line
wInn I, Norfolk, every Monday, Wed?
nesday und Friday evening ut 7 p, m.
for Old Point; roturuiug, leave (lid
Point ut 10 p. m, Hound trip faro lor
thif delightful excursion, 50 cents
Hilter i*im? ii u no .
Handsome lino of silver plated ware,
ice tubs, water sots, too sets, etc., ut
Brown & Wolf's, No. 11 Bank street.
Iced Cniioo 'simply dolieioiiBi at
Mac's. Try it, and you will ilriuk
uolhiug olsc this warm weather.
a *i? m i:> ? s
\'AN V. Yt'K'S A(5A|TemY til VIUSIO.ONK
Night only. TilUKSPAY, August ??th,
ICIIAltLES It. YALE'S Ureale t aud Muni
ni'.V. I s, I Id.VII. S AU. TION.??
With Kitty People, Two c.irlua Is Scoinry.
Beats tun be roservodTuesday.'J tin Prior*.
I 25. 60, 7 jea .nl $1, au25-su,we,th
Worigo vs. l>uke Match,
. To TAKE PLACE
THORSDAY, AUGUST 29th, 1895,
t lor a purse o' ii 0 -? :i I 1250 mi tbo outside,
aiuiiei 10 t die nil, lake iiilruiu wid aeoe
I I min tu tiii < go an 1 it will de. Ida who in I ho
chauiplon Ihti Iweighl uf \ iruiuia. it 1 to a
decision und on its merit a. Commeiieo at
18 '1 p, ui ?u n. . until of tho lticbtuoud ox
cursion lo see it Admiaaiou, 12.(U. There
w.11 I e t wo pi I iiniin.it a ii o: 4 rounds each
WEEK OT 26th,
COM1 AND JOIN I HI MASSES THAT WILL
WITNESS THIS WEEK'S
Grand Vaudeville Bill.
Am?r:c;.'s itcpresontatit o .luget? r,
In a series ol lleantiful (ntricntoaud Grace?
'iho iliberuiau Hilarity lluudlors,
MORTON and MACK,
Tho Killaruey Sports.
The Mai i el ol Peru,
N El L_ SO INI I A,
I lu an eutorpt nmetit of Neeromaiioy. U ip
eangrapliy and I m.:or Killiouetts. Time
tried iu every nook ami comer 01
the Western liemin|d.etu.
Itetaluad on ae omit ot his wonderful
Aui hi* Troupe of TRAINEE POMES
-You all Know?
la a few New Songs .iu I ss.y.iie,p,
Grand Concerts !
By I'rof. FISOHEU'H Academy of M i
Baud and Orchestra. DAM'lNO ev ry eveu
i .... i he riu it aud Highest (Salaried Vau?
deville Arums in the State.
Performances at 4 ant) 8:30 P. M.
Irwin's Twin City Express,
*. T, IRWIN ? CO. PROPRIETORS.
OFI IOK?1081 WATHUST.. .NOKKOLK. VA.
Ample facilities for hauling au> tum^ u
and from uuytruoru tu the tbtee. h101. tola'
phono No. G, Charges ru.isouaulo
lieuil liurssi ?im 1 own removed from tho
thrue 0 ties free of charg' .
I In Is hour* Oonorrhtea and
I illrcluuveHf rnni the urinary or
tjs?ej Sana,arreetad by SanUl mi1i7
Castoria, is l>r. Samuel Pitcher's proscription for Jiifants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Nurcotie substance. It is it harmless substitute,
for Paregoric, Drops? Soothing Syrups, und Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. 11s guarantee is thirty years* uso by
Millions of Mot horn. Castoria, is tho Children's Panacea
?tho Mother's Friend.
?tra^ioriniMv.i well ntlnptiii to children that
I recommend It iMMipui lor tunny prescription
known to mo." ll. a. Akciies, M, 0.,
ill Bo. Oxford Kt,, Brooklyn, N. v.
?'Tho nsnof 'Castoria' I? s-, universal and
Km merits ho well kuowu llinl ii i.iiihii work
ff RuiMirorogatiou to endorse it. hVw iiro tho
IntelllKciit families who do nut kc*|i Castoria
wiUun easy rencb."
CabuosMurrvs, p. p.,
Kuw York City.
f'attorln cure-: < tollc, Constipation,
Bour Btoiiiuvh, Ulnrrliom, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and pruinotM d>
Wltliout Injurious medication.
"Vor several yenrs I hara nvomracndod
'Onslorla,' and shull always contluuo to da
bo, as ii has Invariably produced bcncfleisl
K.nwi.n F. PAItDKK, X. !>.,
UStta Street uinl ilh Ave., New York CTy.
Tin. Ckktauii Company, it Mcrbay Sracsrr, Now Yokk City.
They Are Alive Here."
His hundred remnanto of Wool Dron? floods, blank, whito and
oolorod, thu rutiro accumulation of short lengths, ranging from one to
KOVcU yards, to lie sold this week much lielow cost. This is the last
olianoo for a roronant barsuin this arumm. When you cotue you will
lind that the former price of from IJ-c to ?1 a yard has been disre?
Twelve hundred dozen Whito Pearl Unt'ons. 18, 20. nnd '24
ligne, are going to lie sohl tbis way?Two dozen for l()o. Yon, twonty
four buttons for ton cents. There is n choico, aud thoao who come
(?nun will get it.
Storm Berge, 42 inches wide, roiiRh cheviot finish, unvy and
iilack. This Herge is proof iigsiust suit water, whiub meana that tho
dye is unfading, The price is U'.lo, a yard. It is fur hulow uuy prioa
wo kuow of.
All Wool Yard Wido Drcso Goods, Shepherds' Plaid, designs in
Various shades, 19o a ynrd.
Surplioe lTout Night Qowos, new once, SI, flood Muslin
Chenille Table Covors, four and ouo half foot square; bcavv,
Ohenillo Covers, mnro than three foot squaro,beantio8,tbese, COo.
< >ild lots of IiadifH1 Muslin tlowus. some of TioiiHiluIn Cumbrio;
among tin in those slightly soiled from showing aro murked down, out
to the quick, nnd only the quick will got uuy.
$1.50 &1-00 SSo
Watt, Rettew & Clay.
m S. B?CHRACH & BRO.,
OLD GOLD REFINERS AND ASSAYERS !
WE PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE 'FOR OLD GOLD.
Do not sncrtnoa any i 1 ? t gold that yon may have, but write mi to call on you and give
yon our prices Wo re ? Iva ol 1 Rol I !: ?"' any |?*rl ot tho Unite I States, and IT iimouus
allowed in not satisfactory wo pay oxpros? chart'--* both ways aud return package in euma
eondltiou as re. aivo I.
S. 13a clara cla & Bro.,
_liUi Church Street._
Special Bargains in Clothing.
In order to make room for the approaching Fall Sea?
son, wt; have divided our Light Colored Suits into three
'mis and fixed the prices at $o, $7.50 and $9 per suit. The
icgular prices of these goods were $10, $12.50 and $f5,and
there is not a suit among the whole lot that did not cost
Irom i" to 25 per cent, more than the present selling price.
This sale will begin TO-DAY. July 16, and continue
until the entire lot is disposed of. EARLY BUYERS
GET THE BEST.
157 MAIN BTUEET, SOUTH 81U1:.
Lanters, Bicycles, Laoteros.
Bells, Bells, Bells.