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.1. N. JON ICS.
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jXII mile ii pji.ii.ptlv Blleadeil 10._
I Oil Mil.
V'ult SAl.K? Forty bead of l ine .Mil h ('.?-,
lon.p.'.d ni I'n.i.. n> and Jets?) itook. Ap
^1 i.. 1 11 x 11 \ii pa ItY, Corprew avenue ei<
.iiddt I: A KIOP, Manager. autfMii
>'OR SAt.li N...- honte in Wlllouibhy avenue,
Urauil.leioo; .cTi'ii 1.. in- and kitchen; per eel
order. H. L. I'AliK \ it)., Iii Hank at. a.-'-iv.
?gT?u'V?i.l -A part or a I ol Hcech Citove Parin
J 1411 acres near Ucihim lie l'rlnce>a Anne
county. A ho rent aliare ol corn crop, household
furniture, haj . A 1 T.n 1 poiaix.lou now. othei on
ar 1. ion Isi January. IStal, Apply to N l'. I.V
IIAN, Keininrtllc, or .1. V, l.l.h.H. I- Paul
Street, Norfolk. y 0
/ rent itRNT
l,(t>l: til:NT Attractive dw.llhu; cornel manby
Jrf and Vntk hlrect?, with nil modern Im
?yk.n. menia posi-iMlon given -? ptember.!.t.
/iii y ? Al.il I! .1. HOZIEIt, ITS York ?1.
Ii N.&S.U ocralUiDce. au21 w,?o,fr-2w
THE "CLAMS'- CLIKIBING IIP
Concluded from Second papc.
had to procure a bottle of gaaolino to
Hallowell anil James did good work
The whole Petersburg team put up a
good game yesterday.
Lyou is fast developing into u desira?
ble mau to gUHrd third bug.
Orth won bis game yesterday while
'?Kid" Foreman lost bis.
Little did good work (or Hoaaoke,
accepting some very difficult chunces.
Suuford led tho "Farmers" iu tutting
aud Fender carried oil tl<e fielding
llurgrove is attraoting tbe attoutinu
df baseball men generally by bis all
round good work.
it'll ago. 11 h work ut third was a pleas?
ing featurn of tho day's play, aud
liarry'e admirers are mauy.
Not folk was retired ou the tirst three
pitched balls by Lloyd iu thu eighth
lulling of tbo second game.
Metiuun didn't play with Portsmouth
yosturday.although ho wus in uniform,
aud practiced with tho boys.
No ouo seemed to know why Umpire
Mitchell did not sbow up at tho
grounds yesterday. Me wus iu the city.
?Meine Fisherman" Hull llelded
nicely yesterday. The longer ho re
niuius on tho team the moro fricuds
"Indian Phil" Vetter hit the ball
bard yesterday. He had two "two
baggers" in one game, He also worked
bard behind tbe plate.
Thurstou waa iu the game yesterday
from start to tinisb. He only strength
ened tho belief that he is capable of
ami can play good hall.
Hi mult pitched a good game yester?
day. Ho would increase bis value il he
would only breuk himself of the habit
he has ot stepping away from the plate
?,vl:en he is ut the but.
McOauu insists (but ho was only
farmed out to Norfolk lor two mouths
in id oluiuifl to liuvu in his possession a
letter from MeOloskey, with which ho
can prove his assertion.
There are a good mauy homo "knock?
ers" wtio occupy tbu stand who do and
say anything against tho home team
they dan. They are very disgusting to
tlio best putrous of the game.
The tirst game in I'ort-mouth was
lost iu the seventh, when llallmau was
fotiud for u double and three singles.
Ho also guvo two men bases ou bulls
and hit auother, uettiug four runs.
Jouues received a :*."> bill from u
"crunk" in tho Btuuii for his good work.
"Dad" T?te put in a claim lor his part,
but the "Old Soldier" suid "Nay, nay,
Pauline." "Hop" laughed it off.
To day will bo another one of thoso
red letter days in baseball, Norfolk
und Portsmouth meet ou the "1 ruck?
ers" diamond Hits afternoon. I.each or
Moyuibau lor the Portsmouth* and
(Jollitlowur or Herr (or the Norfolks,
Monday bring Labor Day, uud a
geuerat holiday, it is being argued liy
several Portsmouth gentlemen tuut it
would be u good idea to have the
Lyucbburg team traufer tho games
scheduled with the Portbmouth's tt
Lyucbburg to Portsmontb.
Owner O'Neill is looking orouud for
suitable grounds for a bull park. He
says be has au eye ou several places,
but as yet has made no selection. He
is anxious to have grounds within the
oily limits if they can lie obtained, so
up bo cau gut ponce protection.
Fuller wus hurt by sliding to u ha?o
yesterday. Hallmnu played right,
Uhllds seooud ami Thurstou third after
Fuller retired Irom tbo gamo. Caville
was taken sick about the seventh
inning of thu first game yostetday.
1 bis necessitated Childs going to left
und Leach t i right held.
"Pop" 'laio received a telegram
from uncle "Nick" Young in reply to
a protest entered hy owner O'Notil in
regard to MoOaou pluyiug with Iho
Portsmouth team. Nick says MoUaun
caunot play with ouy but the Norfolk
team this season and that the games l.o
played iu agaiust Petersburg aro
forfeited to tho "Farmers."
'?'lie "Nuiioniii I,n ague tiawie*.
At Brooklyn ?
h ii r
llrooklvn . u-OU-iiuo x?U 11 ft
Louisville.,.i 1 0 0 1 U a ii ii? r, in j
Batteries: Daub nud Hurrell; Mc
Dormott, Oottiugor, aud Spies,
At New VorU
M It 11 R
New fork _ 1 0 1 1 1 :t o 1 j? s i t i
tiu inn,Hi- IMOOOUUUq l iu 3
Batteries: Husie ami Wilson; Pur
roll uud Vaughn.
i: ii i:
Boston.? o i o a ii o 11? I. tu a
Cleveland.u a 3 0 0 1 2 1 a?in IG' l
Batteries: Sullivan ami Tenny;
Young and O'Connor.
At Philadelphia ?
u n i
Philaili lplim.1 o (i :>, 1 0 0 0 0- ., . :
i bicago..0100 3 000 0?3 to 2
Hutteries: Orth and Clements; Terry
At Baltimore?First Game (liven to
Haltimorc by u soore of '.? to 0, on ae
count of tbo uon nrnvnl of the Pitts
U 11 E
Daltimore.0 3 322020] la U -
i ittsburu: . .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2? 8 7 U
Batteries: Holler aud Clark; Foro
mau und Merritt,
li H P.
Washington.l 0 0 4 0 0 0- & io 7
St. Louis..1 3 0 1 0 0 0? 6 0 1
Hutteries: Mercer und McQuire; Mc
Dougall,Breitensteiu and Peitit, Called
end of seventh ou account of darkness,
Ur. Week, the celebrated eyo export,
wili return September rah.
Fhank H. Qalb.
Dr. N. dnekson, Honiu-opathist.
Office, Moritz building; Residence, Ho
tol Norfolk; phono, -80. Jy7 codtf
Dr. J. N. Webster and J, W. Pod*iu,
Esq., left yesterday to spend a week or
more visiting Washington aud other
D should havo been primary school,
not "dancing" school, mention yestcr
duy of Alias Era Bt-nle's sohool.
The King's Daughters will meet this
afternoon at 4:80 o'clock with Miss
Eva Heal, 11? Bramhletou avenue,
The reception, under auspicus of tho
Woiuau's Missionary Society, will bo
given at McKiudreo to-night, when the
uiite boxes will tie open. Au interest- i
iug timo may be expected.
Miss Blauoho Brilton, of Murfrrs
born, N. C, in the guest of Mr. und
Mrs. ,!. C. Perry, Cookc avenue, -o ?.
I Uev. A. S. Lloyd preached tho fu?
neral of Dr. A, (i. Teliault at I o'clock
yesterday afternoon, beginning with
the service at tlio family residence, on
SViltotighby avenue, ami closing ut
Eastern Shore I bapel, in Priuoess
Auue county, whither the remaius
wero taken for interment iu tho bury
log ground. The following were tho
pall-beurt-ra: Drs, Anderson, Jackson,
Chiles. U it Hin, Shepherd, und Messrs,
Hell uud Ubislin.
Miss Evelyn Savage is expected bnck
from l'.ustci u Shore to day to be in at?
tendance on the Normal .school to oou
veno iu Berkley.
Miss Ada Sykes, of Washington, 1).
0., aud Miss Florence <Jnx, of Berkley,
who woro visiting Miss Auniu Bell, of
No. 10 Washington avenue, have ro
Miss Doiiuii Hail, of Hampton, Vn.t
and Miss Eva Oihbou, of liptou, <>.,
who havo beeu tbu guests at tho home
uf (iib Hull, (.'lurch street, went to
Kichni'ind tins morning. I he former
will make tbut tier home and tho bitter
will return to her home in a tew- da) s.
Mrs. A. \. I'riucc, uf .No. 10 A'cmie
0, bus roturued from Atlanta. (Ja.,
whllher she accompunted her sister.
Miss Martha H. Wright, to be married
to Mr. (I. II. Blivius. The happy
couple uow reside at Locust drove,
(ia. Mrs. Prince was much pleased
with ber trip.
UlMtrlca <>? taii'? ?Newesi lYevrtl'a
A lull mi.'*
This ever popular spectacular show
will hold tbe boards at thu Academy
to night, and it goes without say iug
that it will tie seen by a large utidleuee,
Tnis favorite show piece, like the
provorbiul book, seems destined to
"run ou forever," lor each succeeding
veur it blossoms forth in new array,
111 led to repletion with nil that is
bright, new aud beautiful. Tou en?
tirely new scenes havo been construct?
ed, while tho trick und mechanical do
[ vices are all ol an original character.
Much has been accomplished in tbo
way of bullets, both com e and sout:
|iuuiital, the only retentions being the
I "Queeus" uud "Fairies" of tho hailut,
und "On the Hlulto," while the list uf
dunces, which are ltitrodtiocd in the
'?Boulevard," arc decidedly new and
llovel, Mr. Yule feels very happy, and
naturally so, that this season's prodilO
tion will outrank in every way any
previous presentation of this now alto?
gether national spectacle,
? ?illii e I nun.
Justice Burroughs yesterday lined
Hi. io Howard, keeper of a house of |
ipiesitonublo eharaoter ou Wolt street,
Jim Jones, colored, suspected of
stealing; continued ten days for ex
John Lorocco, defacing property at
the corner ol Church ami Water streets
by touring down uu awning; lined
Henry Wiggins, colored, keeping a
gaming bouse;continued to With.
?lohn Cobb, colored, uuisanco; lined
John Burns, diuuk aud assaulting
an otlicer; ti ucd 88.
A. H. lentils, selliug lii|t:or without
a license: sent ou.
Sumo, permitting gaming at his
place; decision reserved.
I In; V? tinier? in u urn.
Tho schooner E, 11. McCoy bus
arrived in this port from u North At
luutlc whaling voyage with :i2ll barrels
of oil aboard, i apt. McCoy reports
speaking the following whalers iu lati?
tude o.r> degrees, ID seconds; longitude,
71 degrees, 20 seconds, ou tbu 25tb
instuut: Ssiboouer t arrio I). Kuowles,
j Copt. Collins, with -Ji'il barrels jt oil;
[Joseph A. Mauta, i apt. Hose, Kill bar
I reis of oil; Golden City, fjapt. Foster,
thirty bin reis of oil, aud Haltte, (.'apt.
Oun-iilo, with :inu bat rols. All aboard
fan) vessels are reported well. One ut
the schooners had a whale ulougsldo
whou Cupt. McCoy was thoro.
'I i> (Henne? Hie aval em
Effectually yet gently, wheu costivo or
bilious, or when (he blood is impure
or sluggish, to permanently cure habi?
tual constipation, to awaken tho kid?
neys and liver to a healthy activity,
without irritating or weakening them,
to dispel headaches, colds or fevers uec
Syrup of Figs.
l.iiftl I rip lit liar I IS 111 lor 'I lit
On Saturday, August :ilst, next, the
steamer Newport News will leave bur
wharf at the usual hour, 7:10 a. in.,
for Alexandria ami Washington, niak
ing tbe laut trip up tho Chctupcnke
bay und Potomac river by daylight for
Fare for the round trip, $3,60; good
for return passage on night stoamer
D. J. Callahan,
nil-'.' -t Agent.
Dou't leave for theseoshoroor moun?
tains without one of our "covert" over?
coats, made for cool evenings.
Nichols Sc Wallach,
169 Main street.
I leelrti tun?.
Hest ami cheapest in tho city. Sup?
ply just received. Call or drop postal
to H. Sleiuhilber, Telephone Exobaugo.
I Children Cry for
(?od. L. 9. Baker left vestorday for
Scotland Neok tu intend tbo obsequies
uf 111h uieoe, Mrs. Jobu B. Seal.
Tbo Sutl'olk colored teum io ploying
ft Bonos ol tbroo names witli tbo Llauip
toll team oil tbo iottur'ti n ruiluds, KueLi
clllb won one of tllO t?rat two (JUWOS.
it is understood that there are sev?
eral porsouH iu tbe county who would
like to represent Nuusomoud in the
uozt Geuerul Assembly.
Withers' L>ivisiou No. T, fj. It- lv. of
1'., will luuugiirote n beuotit bazaar on
tlie Ural day ol tbe Huilolk fair and will
coutinuo it for a week or more.
ltev. .). F. Lore, after tbe termina?
tion of bis vacatlou, trill begin a series
of revivals iu tue Hin t -i Uiiutob.
Mr. A. II. Colib will make bur nn>
iiuhI vikit tu friuuils in New Kugluud
wubia u few days.
i lev. .i oil ii N. Mot'ormiok, tbo late
reotor of St. Paul's, lull yesterday for
Allauta, (la., where he has accepted u
call to tho rectorship of St. Luke's. A
baudsome new obtireh wax built by the
OOUgregatloU of St. 1'aul'a during bin
leadership. His sueoosior bus not yet
beeil choseu, tbougb a oomuiitteu bus
been appotuietl to look al'tor the mut?
.Mayor Browor yesterday stated tbut
dogs on which ore found tin tags wiil
be killed or subject tbe owuor to a lino
lor unch day the ouimidgoes untagged.
i'ei6oiiH who own valuable OaUIUCS bad
bent prepare tbomsolvts.
The excursion on Btoamer Euola for
Oakland Cliristiah Uhtirob.uear Otiiiok
attiok, was mi absolute iailuro. 'Owing
to the small number oi passengers,the
Steamer did not roncb Soldiers' Homo,
the destination, but tundo ber usual
trip to Norfolk,
An AKFKirriso Scicnk, ? Mrs, Annie
15. IJoyett, who was reoeully no judged
insane by u commissioti of luuaoy, was
yesterday removed In the Eastern
i.iinuti.- Asylum, lu SVilliainSburg, by
Agent Ii. M. Sweeney, I'he scene at
depot by "bleb Mib. Novell lull wuh
very alYecting, n pnrt of In r relatives
tioiiipreseul und weepiug unreserved*
|y when tnkiug their Farewell, which
it ay.tie Uual, am tbo patient in i>0 years
ol age aud luthur frail io uppiarauce.
She protested ngaiuht being taken
I'u day's Boat It ace.? Ihn boats
ihit-a aud Naucy liniikb, owned reapefl
lively by <). < . Ilnlibr.nl uud James
bm.tb, an1 scheduled to atari ut U
o'cb ok to nay from Sleepv Hole to suil
u mateb ram- over a fifteen mile oourse
und return for a purse ol 840, Both
crafts aie sind to be m liua trim, uud
there uro several side bets on the ro
suit. The Kosh last yeui defeated tbe
Wyaudotte, owned by Cupt, .lohu
ElOI'KD TO THE Ol.D NORTH StATP.
? \lr. John Driscoll aud Mint, Ella
Lyuu yesterday lett HutTolk aud eloptd
to the (lid North Slate fur the purpose
ol marriage, 'luey took tbo Norfolk
ami Carolina tram for u poiut in Uates
cotiuly. where a minister was seourod
aud ihs couuubial kuot tied. Mi. 1'.
S. Brink ley accompanied the conple
uud acted ii'J huet man, Miss Lyuu
lived with ber parents iu tbu suburbs
of MitlolU ou tbo extension of East
WnsbiugtOU street, and was very popu
Ittr witn her uci|iiainlauo6s. Mr, Dris
ooll is ik well liked snuug meobauic uud
is now engaged u- engineer ou the lum>
ber mud of Wiggins & Trotmau. He
was formerly with tho Atlnutic uud
YkkTKKIJAY MoltNTNtt's FlltE,? A
shrill nimm of tire, sounded ut 2:30
o'clock, yesterday morning from lox
1:1 called the department to No. 7 In?
stitute street, where n dwolliug, owned
by Mrs. L. C. Ornuip and occupied by
the family of Mr. J, M, Swindell, wuh
in Dames. 1 he lire boys responded
with their usual alacrity, ami were
Boou playing on the blu/.e, which
threatened to be commiiuioatfld to the
adjoining residences, which ure closely
connected und all frame.
the element was kept confined, how?
ever, uud wa? under conti ul by .1
o'clock. The loss on building is about
SI50, covered by insurance. The fur?
niture was considerably duma^cd, but
tbe lob? ik uleo covered by S'jon iur.ur
mice with It, S. Boy kin k Co. The fire
originated from a defective Hue on the
first Hour. No one was in the building
ut the time but Mr. Swindell, who was
slcoping in mi upper story, uud who
wui forced to jump fur bis hie.
M> mother l.as boon taking, Rood's Harsa.
parillu for o.-z m.i. h"t >ineo taking two
buttles ol Hood's sale il'ai ilia she in very
much I otti r.?Miss Alii o U. Hull. Uirdsuest,
llo.. i's I'll let iure nil li ver ids.
luusteumer "N rlbampton," of tho
Old .'lomiuiou Lino, leaves the Bay
i.ino tlock, Noil.ilk, every morning ut
7:U0 a. m., for Malhows umi Glouces?
ter counties, arriving here ou ber re?
turn trip about 0: 10 p. in. This makes
n dt.ligbtfu! trip during tbe hot wea?
ther. 1 aro 31,00 for the round trip.
M i ? Hii'l ->?-ii in mid It o low coal,
lint our l'ricca im tie i.oiv u.
Ladles' Pat Tip Oxford. 2\ to 8 . :isc
1.udies' lau Oxfords, 1 j to S,. IJn
1.etiles' ( ai pet ."ilipl er?- 1 to 7. . . . 'Jllc
Men's tennis i ixfords, (i to 8. 35o
Men's i mihi- H-ils, Ii to 10. l.V
Boys' Tennis Bals, 2 to ?. 40o
Boys' 1'an Pointed Kala. i;ij u;3(j
Boys' 1 itu Pointed Hais, 3 to6..,t 08c
lll.l.l.r.li's O.NK PltK'K Sllol: Mutt ,
?It; hank sireet, opp. Courthouse
l.v. nlni; l.xi iir?.inn mtiiii l*?iiii.
Tlio stcamor Northampton, of Old
Dominion Liuo, will leave Bay Line
wharf, Norfolk, every Mouday, Wed?
nesday und Friday evening at 7 p. m.
for Old Point; returning, loovo Old
Point at in p. in, lit.und trip faro for
this delightful excursion, ill) oents.
VouDiou blocks lor tbo l ull uro now
on t-ale at Goldman & IIokheimeh,
A Beautiful Place lo Spend a Pleasant
spec ini Corresooutleuco of tlio Virginian.
Holm Mountain, N. v., August 23d.
This is ouo of the most delightful
plocos I have ever hoen. 1 am sure if
some of the pooplo knew what a oburm
lng plnco it ih thoy won Id como hero
itisload of going North. The plaoo is
rightly name I, tor it is indeed "in the
clouds," It Iiuh heou cold here for a
weak; iires all ovor thu house.
Tho seonery is boyoud auy one's de?
scription. It is grand, gloomy uud
This afternoon I want upon "Sun
Rise Hock,1' the Inghost peak except
Mount Mitchell, from wboru vro could
see Johnson City, a distance of thirty
eight miles, und in seven States.
Myriads of Mountains below you, aud
you feel whoa yon see this "dream of
beauty" that wo arc but atoms. Tho
hotel is ou a very high point, und to
hear tho wind, an I did last night, you
would be convinced ol it. The hotel is
built of Hemlock out Irotu the moun
tain; tho wood not painted, but natural
colur. Tho parlor aud sitting rooms
are Kept decorated with the hemlock.
The rouble are very comfortable, furo
excellent and thu hoiisi tilled with
dim ming people. This IB a gl cut place
for hay fever patietltH. I hey are ro
lievod as soon as they get on the motlU
tuiu. I came up thu mountain with a
lady from Grenada, Miss., who hud
beeu here, every year since .si. There
are a great many who have been here
eight and uiuu years, aud continue to
Many persons aro hero frum Mem
phis, itmoug them Mrs. Phelau, a
oharuiing woman, Nushvillo ih well
represented by Mrs. I,ink. a very baud
some woman; .Mrs. (Juuimlugs uud her
sou; Minn Purk, Mrs, Buird aud Mr,
und Mrs. P. L>, MoNeelj . Mrs. George
Hose, of Little Hock, Ark., is a very
pretty blonde; Mr and Mrs. Mills,
Beaufort, S. O, Mis. Mills is one ol
the most fascinating women I have met
for somu time. |
Mrs. Lloyd and a host of others Irotu
Ktioxvillo; I >r. uud Mrs. Nelford, ol
Richmond, Yu.;Mr. Piuk's family, of
the Norfolk und Western railroad, are
here from Little Hock, Aik, Tbe
Misses Fink are lovely girls and uro the
lite of the house. Miss Thompson,
from -, is one ol the favorites.
You will want io knots what we do
"Up ubove tbe world no high." Play
cards, dance, roll leu pins, walk uud !
have a uiOS time. To Ulltht the Misses
Fink and Thompson gave a delightful
progressive oucbio party, Tbo lirst
prize, a silver souvenir spoou of
i loudland, was won by .Miss Helle V,
Tuustall, of Norfolk, it had to be cut
lor by tour ladies. thu gen t letn Hi's
prize, a cravat, was won by Mr. Link,
of Nashville. Huoby prize, Miss Park,
Mr. ami Mrs. \V. T, Capps, of Lam?
bert's Point, Norfolk, are hero und are
This place is owned by (leu. Wil.loy.
Several ol his family are here.
Mrs. Malier, who lives at Uoan inn;
Misses Wilder uud Mrs. Spotswood, ot
Wiishiuglou, muke a ehariutug parly.
Mrs. Stewart, ot Indianapolis, is
here with her eratid children.
If any ono wauts to get cool this is
the place to come. 'This is ijutto a
place for bridal ouuples. We havo two
'Though Cloud land is uot ou tho Nor?
folk uud Western railroad, it is ouu of
the most direct roads to it,
ED EN TON, N. C.
Mrs, liottto Hunch returnod yoster
day lrom Nag's Head.
The Junior bull clubs of Hertford
and Fdooton will play u game of hall
at tho fair (i rounds tills alter noon.
The guiuo of ball between Hdeulnu
and the All America bad clubs will not |
be played to day. Tho Edeuton club '
being unable to get their playors to- j
Alter being uhsent for several days
Mis. J. W. Brunning returned home
l'ov. H. A, Robinson is expected
homo to day.
Che 'J moots old child of Mr, aud
Mrs. A. P. Knapp, nl North strcel,
feil into a tub of soapsuds yesterday
morning uud came near drowning Dr.
Dupliy wus summoned uud tho child
was doing well whuu lust heard lrom.
Tbe Atlantic City team, colored, will
meet the Red Stockings of Norfolk in
a game to day, thu 2'.ith, at Luuguu
park, Norfolk, at 4 o'olouk p. m.
\ Irerlnla'a Me|iroaeiilttllv?<
'lbe twouty-liftb unnivursary of tho
unitication of ituly will bo celebrated
iu Rome ou thu 20tb of September
proximo, aud tho Cratul Orient of
Duly baa extended invitutious to uil ot
the g:and bodies of Masons iu tho
world. In pursuance of suub invita?
tion the ? .iai.it .Master of Virginia has
appotuted (.'ol. Henry L, Turner, ot
Norfolk, us tho Hopreeuntattvo ol tho
Urand Lodge of this Stalo ou that
I mu ral ?l IIr. I'arH Wtiilteniorc?
'The funeral of Mr. Park E. W bitte,
more, who died suddenly at ma home,
No.'.'Randolph street, 1 uasdny uiorninc,
took place yesterday at 5 o'olouk from
St. Mary's Catholic Church. Tho in?
torment was iu St. Mary's Cemetery.
Tho attendauco was huge.
The pall boarors were; Juo, Lfstor,
J. P. Furloug, Bicbaid Fogarty, Mr.
('avauaugb, Mr. Sweeny und M, J,
Millvoy, of Portsmouth,
Ii. i its It ccitrdcd.
A deed was recorded yesterday lrom
Mr. and Mrs, F. I. Bain to Mary E
Elliott, a lot and buildings on tbo
south sido of Hrumblutoii avonuo, noar
Marshull avenue; deed of gift.
Alpheiis B. Edwards to Ball e V. 'Tay?
lor, lot No. lMi on Iho Brumbletou
Land Company's plat and imptovo
Taka a ?in? 11 0""?'ltr pf 0*M??t*tJJ end a llttta (iraam ,? wirra In ? frT"
lag pan Braak S tggt in Ii und utlr uulil alifbtly cuokrd. Herta but.
Use not more than two-thirds ;us much Coltolcne as you would
butter and be sure that you do not overheat it before dropping
in the eggs. This is always essential in cooking with Cottolcne.
UaaalnaOottwlaaa i? aold eeerfwbera in tlaa irlili trade mark? "CefteteaeV
and Bitrr't ft- t>i i- rouen.pfanl tarreda?no etary tin. Made only by
TIIK N ? K. PA II? BANK COMPANY, HI'. LOUIS and CHICAGO.
Special Bargains in Clothing*
In order to make room im the approaching Fall Sea?
son, we have divided our Light Colored Suits into three
lots and fixed the prices at $<>. $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 pet 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 I UI'. BEST.
151 MAIN BT1IEET, BOUTII BlDH
Laniers, Bicycles, Lanterns.
WHITE k DfiiSi, Sole Agents. 151 Plain si., wit
?f\ , ? ST. VINCENT'S _ ? . /A
TURKISH AND RUSSIAN BATHS ! $
Cor. Chu ro t-i and Bute Streets.
Open Ua.l/, 8 A. M.-12 P. M. Sunday, 6 P. M
Hours Reserved for Ladles, FRIDAY, 9 A. M.-a P. M.
VAN TELBURG HOFMAN, Manager
Be Sure You are Ri^hl, then
We are Not u Hing B1IOKH for Lr.ss Itinu
' Ost. nor urn are (liviso thetn away, lint
will Rivo Ton a* mn< Ii Vai.ui tot your mum-,
ud miv botixu in tltti elty.
Doyle &, Small,
14b Wldin Street.
1 LADIES li MIL !
i uv1.M I I - MA<I \ZINI , ?
SI IIAM', ?
1 I ItltKN I l.i i Ht UUllE, ?
OODK* ? ?
rO.SMill'Ol.U an **
haei Ivfs maua/.im: ~
Tue .cepti'iuhpr number oi tin- shore pn- Jf
rl ?i< wurtlij of Iht ? ? 11 rmoin ulr- Z
citation. At unplele aiioi in lit til any .? to Z.
Ik: round tu 0
1SS IVIAIINJ STREET ?
NORFOLK. \/A. ?
IMIOXK ? ?
Blek Headache aud relieve ?ii the. trouble.", inrl
dan) too bilious state of iho .svsf-rn. auch an
Dizziness, Nausea. Drowsiness. Distress after
rating, I'ani In tiiu sale, fxc ?viel? their most
rcuiuikublo success luia been shown In curing
Headache.. ye.t ClRTSR'a Little Liven I'ltit
:tr.|ually valuable In Constipation, curing
and preventing thlaannoying complaint, while
thoy nlso correcl nil disonlarsof tn? stomnch,
stimulate Hie liver und regulate the bowels.
Kven If Uit'V <>nlv eurexl
Ache thov would i>?> almost priceless to thoso
who suffer from this distressing complaint:
hut fortunately their goodness does not end
here, and tlmno Who once trv thcui will Dial
i hos;.? little. Julia valuable, iu so ninny wars that
they will not bawilling to do without them,
lint alter aU sick in i t
Is tbobaiie of so many Uvea that here Is whore
We mnko our great boast. Our pills euro it
whtlo other* do nut. ?
Carter's Litti.k I.ivkr Tills arc very small
and very easy to take. Ono er two pills inaso
n does. Thev aro strictly vegetable and do
not gripo or purKO, but by their gentle action
Klojuut nil who use them. In vials at 25 cents;
ve for $1. Sold evervwhera, or sent by mau.
CAST22 VESICIKB CO., Hi* 7?S.
UP?l. Small S02& MJ&
a vi um: incurs
\TAN WYCK'8 AO A DKM Y OV MUSIC, ONE
Night only, TllUKH?AYi August 2'>th,
*'H \rtI.I;s II. YALE'S (irtiito t ami Most
?NEW KU I' DKVIL'BAUl TION.
Withsi.ty People. Two Carloads Hcouv-ry.
H' at* i mi 1m> ffoi vi).I Tuesday, '.!', ti. I'rioes,
5i>. 75c ftud H. nu2j-.ni,we.ih
Wongo vs. Duke /Match,
TO TAKE PLACE
THURSDAY, AUGUST 29th, 1895,
rot a puno of H'll Ml 1 $210 on tha outside,
winner tn t'ike all, Jake i\ilrniu will 1000
Imko iu tlii - go >iu I it will d' . ide ivhu is tho
champion lUriitweight of Virginia, it i- to a
decision noil on it* merits, t'ommt'iice at
H llu p. tu. ou u -count of tin. Itichmoiiil ex?
cursion to see it. Admission, *2 0. Thor?
will bo two proiimilioriei of 4 rounds each.
WISHK OF 26th,
THE PEOPLE'S PLEASURE RESORT.
This Wi'Ok'n UraDd Vatldeville Programme!
America's lio| rosontatire higgler. ATt.AH,
in it eriea 0 lleauiifultlutrioateaud Qraoi
1 ho Hibernian HiUHty H?ndlern. M OK
TON and M\t K, the Killaruev Spurts.
'1 In- m..i i-. 01 I'eru, NULSONI v. iu uu en?
terte umeut o Nicromnnoy, Ompeaugra
piiy nud i Inger ftiibouetts Tim;-tried in.
every nook ami corner of tho Wotteru llom
Iletaluod on so ?ount of hid wonderful mo -
ies-. OSOAK OKKOOKY und lug Troupe of
J It WS KD POMES AND DOGS.
ih. K-ctDtrlo Comm.diuu. HAltHY it.
A1 s 1 IN. tu hi. 1 unity Uliii'k Face Special?
P.y Prof. FlsC.IKRS Acaletny of Mu-lo
liaini and Orchestra.
Performances at 3:30 and 8 |P. M.
riettty of trains. Excellent accommoda?
Celebrated not only for Its gtcat niodloi"
nal proport en. but tor it.s purity.
A Delicious Table Water.
Ite.'ommonded and or li red by leading
I hvsiciaua for Bright** Hiseaia. Diabotes,
Mona 111 tho Kidneys or i;.udder, (travel.
Gout, hheiiwatigiii. Urinary Diseases and
JOHN VERMILL10N, Agent,
(IttAKBX STREET, NEAR MAIN 8TI1EBT,
Irwin's Twin City Express,
W. T. IRWIN A CO. PROPRIETORS.
CWKIOK?1081 WATKll ST.. NORFOLK, VA.
Ample facilities for battling anything %a
and 'rem anyrboro In tho tkrsecitles. Tesift?
phouo No. U, Charges roasonablo.
L.0.1. . ..i??a ..1.u i- o.iii icui.iTudfroia 4to
three c tieft free of charge