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Several Matters of importance
The Mayor's Letter on the Disorgan?
ization of the Police Force Read,
Also His Letter Notifying the
Fathers that Keeper Mor?
ris has Been Removed.
A meeting of the Cotnnion Council
Was held last night with Fresidout
Boper in the ohair aud the lolloping
members present: Moore, Philiuott",
Walker, Collins. Arps. Small. Lewis,
Leigh, Herman, Horum, llyslop.
Camp, Briokhouso, Ironmonger, T.C.
The miuutes of the last meeting of
the Common Council were read and
The minutes of tho last meeting of
Select Council were read and con?
curred iu except iu the following: In
the matter of udoptiug the resolution
tbat no uersou under indictment shall
be appointed a police oUlcer, Mr.
Briokhouse spoko strongly iu opposi?
tion to the resolution, aud Messrs.
Herman, Leigh aud Arps spake iu
favor of the resolution aud Mr. Col
lius aguiust. A vote was taken uud ru
?tilted y to 'J. Nays? Briokhouse,
Boruni, Collins, Camp. Philpotte,
Walker, White, Ironmonger, Roper.
Aye ? Herman, Uannou, Hyslop,
Lewie, Leigh, Moore, MoManus.Smul).
The letter of Mayor Fottit, growing
out of the Richardson controversy,
was read, in which tho Mayor charged
that the police force is disorganized.
This couuBel concurred aud tho mutter
trill go to a committee:
Tho Financo Committee reported a
resolution to appropriate S3.?U0 for
street clcauiug purpusos, adopted and
tho money voted.
From tbo same u resolution of ex?
pediency for paving Wolfo btroot be
tween bank and Brewer streets, was
From 'same, court tiliowatico for
erroneous assessments on Town 1'oiut
improvemeuts amounting to SSlti, woro
approved and luouov votod.
Report of Public Building Conimit
too on coal coutruct for public build
jogs, awarding tho contracts to Oeorgo
W.Taylor & Co., lor nurd coal at $4.86
per ton, aud Bowlings, Nichols & Co.,
soft ooal, at $3.23.
The Fire Committee reported ap?
proving thu petitions of Joiiu Aliman,
E. Browusteiu and C. S. ArmstuDg to
build frame houses. Tho applications
Tbo Stioet, Sewer anil Drain Com?
missioners reported recommending that
resolutions of expediency bo adopted, |
looking to paving Chapel Jaue und
Heed's lane with Belgaiu block,was laid
on tho table.
A letter was reocivod from tbo City
Engineer in regaatl to the improve?
meuts to buildiugs at tbo sowor pump
house, anil advising that tho woik be
done, was referred to the Finance
Tho Street, Sowor and Drain Board
advised certain improvements to Koun
eke avenue and the removal of the old
hay scales. Keferred to the Street
From tho same, report ou tho opin
ion of the Board of Health in regard
to dredging Buck Creek. It was re?
ferred back to tho City Engineer for
estimate of cost.
Boport of Street, Sewer aud Drain
Commissioners ou petition of J. L\
Andre Mottu to put down a suuiple ol
pavement, was udopted.
A communication wus received from
the Street, Sewer and Drum Commis?
sioners asking that the Belgium block
approprialiou bo made available with
out reference to monthly ullowunce.
The petitiou wus granted.
A communication was roceived from
the City Enginerc notnyiug tho Coun?
cil of tbe abandonment by tbo strict
car company of tho tracks ou Newton
tmd Wido streets. Adoptod,
A commuuicatiou was roceived from
tho City Engineer iu regard to the
break iu the sower ou Brewer street.
Bud asking for an appropriation, mbh
referred to the Finance Committee,
A resolution was adopted extending
the time for tho extension of the street
car line iu Atlantic City ward.
An ordinance was tidopted regula?
ting the speed of strcot curs, and tix
ing tho rate of speed at teu miles an
hour, and imposing a lino of uot less
than S'-JU for violating tbo same.
A report was received from the Fi?
nance Committee, approving the ) nr.
chase of a chemical engine. Tbe re
port was adopted.
A resolution was adopted repealing
all action heretofore taken in regard io
the opening of Holt street, uud a reso
lution instructing tho Street, Sewer
and Drain Board to mako orrBupe
ments to open tho street from Church
to Cumberland street was lost oud tho
matter was referred to the Finance
Mr. Campe offered a resolution up
propriating giOO for tue purchase of
bose for the Fire Department. A
vote was taken aud the motion lost.
Mit, Herman's resolution.
A resolution was offered by Mr. Her?
man calling upon the l'olioo Comniis
eionera to appear beloro the Councils
aud ohow cuuse why ihoy should not
be removed for violating the ordets of
the Council iu the employment of
police oflicers for Atlautio City, uud iu
their failure to comply with the law iu
the matter of . dominating a Chiof of
Polioe for the city.
Mr. Herman said his attention wus
attracted to tho mutter when looking
over the accouuts of thu city us a mem
l?er of the Auditing Committee.
Ho contended that the Commissiouors
had been guiliy of gr?-ut Disrespect to
tbe Couuclln aud some uolieu should be
ii* ?eltOVc? tLat i< ft"' ",?!'
right to appoint ("apt. King Chief of!
l'uliou fi>r four uiontliH they would
havu tho right to appoint lnui for two
years. That tho o barter.providos tbut
when a vaeaucy occurs tlio Coin nun?
sioners muat ruaku a nomination aud
report to tho Councils for oontiruiu
lion. Thia they had failed to do.
Sir. brickhouse moved to luy on the
table, tie aaid tbo commissioners woro
doing their best to give Norfolk good
city government aud that they had
been hindered iu ovory possible way.
A vote wai taken aud the resolution
A letter was reoeivod from Iho Mayor
stating that ho had suspended Mr.
Morris, Keeper of the Almabonse, und
stutotl the charges against him. lio
also said that he had uppoiuied Mr.
Tbos. Bully Keeper of the Altnshouso
to discbargo tbo duties till the Council
shall lake actum.
A letter was reoeivod from Miss Mor?
ris in defeuse of her fathqr's conduct
aud saying that tho persous who testi?
fied against him were not worthy of
Tho leaso of the Town Point prop?
erty to the Southern railroad was ap?
A communication from tho Board of
Health was received advising that
money be appropriated to establish a
morgue. Referred to i'iuauou Com?
A communication was reoeivod from
Iho Hoard of Health, iixiug tho sulury
of the Registrar of Vital Statistics at
$25 per month,was referred to Finance
A requisition was received from the
Board of Harbor Coniinfeiouers for
$300 from regular appropnuliou. The
money was voted.
A petition was road from D. Lowen
borg, uskiug the city to curb Water,
Jackson und Kelly utreets iu front of
his new building. Koferred to the
A cotntuuuicutinu was rocoived from
the City Collector,in regard to amount
duo for etroel improvements, wus re
ferred to the Street Comuiittue.
Hill iu favor of LI. L. VYortbingtou
for $170 was ordurod to be paid for
indexing court records,
1)111 in favor of L, Roystcr for $123
for making copy of laud hook was. or?
dered to bo paid.
Mr. Moore ottered a resolution that
8500 be appropriated to repair the en?
gines iu tho new uiarkut-houso. Tho
rules wure suspended und tho amount
A communication was recoived from
the Mayor ill regard to tho locution of
the engines of tho Fire Uepurtment
was relerrod to Iho Fire Committee.
t-olir<- < ouri.
Justice Burroughs disposed of Iho
following cases iu tho Polico Court
.lohn Hell., colored, threatening to
kill Joshua Whitiug; hound over in
the sum of .$100 to keep tho puace,
Joshua Whitiug, colored, threaten?
ing to indict bodily injury to Jobu
Bell; bound over iu tho sum of $100 to
keep tho peace.
Kmma Shufer, whito, assaulting C.
Qnidley; dismissed. ?
)'.. McLaughlin, whito, assault on C.
B. Stevens; dismissud, tho complain
uut not appearing.
Wm. llurrisou, white, breach of tho
pence; dismissed ou payment of $1.-0
John Bull, colored, breach of the
peace; dismissed ou payment of $1.25.
Willio Bobiusou, colored, ussault ou
May Hawkins; dismissed ou payment
of $l.'J? ami costs.
Bettio Crump, colored, broach of the
peace; lined $4.75.
J. W. Bussel!, white, broach of the
peuco; continued to tho 1th.
Willie Siiniuer, colored, arrested by
Oltioer Urey, on tho 28tb of August,on
a warrant, charging him with larcouy,
was committed to jail for muoty days,
Mrs, c. Quidley was lined $7.25 yes?
terday for assaulting Mrs. Kmma
Alexander Grant, charged with the
larcouy of $25 on the 23d of August,
was before tho Police Justice yesterday
I aud his case continued till to day.
Amens nur l.'otiou Men.
Satisfactory weather iu tho Cotton
Belt-nice showers in Texas.
Liverpool advanced l-32d ou spot
cotton; middling 4-Jd. Contracts
closed 1 to 2,tilth advance over Mon?
New Vork contract uiarKct vory ac?
tive, sales reaching 272,500 bales. Val?
ues advanced 21 to 25 points, with
steady close; October, 8.04 to 8.05;
January. 8.24 to 8.25; March, 8,35 to
Beceipts at United States ports yes?
terday wero 2,830 bales, ugumst 4,977
hales last year, and 4,435 in 1803.
Houston, Tex., received 3,82J5 holes
yesterday, against 5,-1-ij bales last
New Vork spot market advanced
line; Now Orleuus, je.
Secretary Hester, of Now Orleans,
telegraphed following crop figures for
season 1804 '.15, just passed:
1591-93. 1803-94. 1892-93.
Port rece'pts, 8,006,177 5,9I0;93!I 6,08s", 'i
Overland.... 1,097,1(11 9J1.700 912,411)
Su .tlurn con?
sumption . . 862,838 718,016 713,MS
Total .9,958,110 7,590,313 ?.TII.?s.;
Less ' otton
taken by mills
from por s. 54,803 40,496 14,031
Total crop.9,101.251 7,549,817 6,700,153
.Vlo.inliUllt I xriir.lmi lo Old I'ollt'a
The steamer ?'Northampton" will
discontinue her evening trips to Old
Point after this week. Don't fail to
take advantage of the opportunity to
go down on Wednesday uud b'ridsy
eveuiugs. Bust chance of tho seusou.
Moou boib nights, Leave l!ay Lino 7
p. m. Fare, 50 cents. scl :it
A npociul reduction in sterling silver
for the mouth of June. Hridul presents
very low. Chuamau ?v Jttkeman,
Tbe nobbiest liuu ol bats ever shown
in Norfolk cau ou fouud ut (Joldujuu
1 .lofheimer's. ,
Bits of Facts and Gossip Gathered
On the Streets.
Two Colored Women Indulge in a Free
Fight in the Police Court. Enroll?
ment ol School Children. Deed
Recorded. Personal and
Tho weather to-day may bo warmer.
Hon. Fred. Phillips, of Tarboro, N.
C, wus in Norfolk, yesterday.
Mr. Hobt. E. Whittormoro loft yea
torduy for Washington, D. C.
lion. ThomaB J. Jarvis, of North
Curolina, is visiting Mr. R. A. Dobie,
There was no telographio commu?
nication with Cape liourv yesterday.
Mr. Hatte, of the Norfolk aud Cai?
ohuu Kuilruad, has returned from his
Miss Margaret /immer, of Peters?
burg, is visiting the family of Judgo
tiarnett, on Charlotte street.
Mr. und Mrs. A. Adler bavo left via
the Ltuy Diuo steamer for Ralmuure,
Philadelphia aud Now York.
'1 he enrollment in tho public schools
will begin Wednesday, the llthlust.
Tho schools will open ou tbo 16th,
Tho Washington steamers wharf is
to be ri paired uud in consequence the
Waehiugtou steamers uro using tho
wharf of tbe old Shippers Coniprca?.
Au opou air mooting was held last
night at tho corucr of High aud .lames
streets. Hov. lv 11. Rawlings, of i cu?
linary ChurcTi, conduct--.1 tho services.
&Johu N. Williams, surviving trustee,
transferred yesterday to W. T. lialleu
tiuo two vacant lots uu tho southwest
corner of Ouiobuudro avenue and
Nineteenth streets, consideration StiOO.
Mr. James 11. Madden anil Miss An?
nie L. Allen will lie murriod ut St.
Mary's Catholio Church this evening at
II o'clock. I here will be a reception at
tbe Musonio Temple.
Tbo momboru of tho Norfolk W. C.
T. U. aro reipieetotl to bear in mind
the fact that this uflernoou at the V.M.
C. A. parlor thorc will be au election
of officers uuti other very important
Hey. J. S. Wburtou, brother of Dr.
M. H. Wbartou, loft for Crislield, Md.,
yesterday, whither ho wont ou a visit
to his former parishioners. Oil Sun?
day night last ho preached a line dis?
course iu tbo i'rouniusou Streot Baptist
Two negro women lost control of
their temper in the l'olico Court yes?
terday uud uugaged iu a livuly fight.
Tho frieuds of tho two womcu took
part in the row and for a time it looked
liked there would be a free light. I ho
two women were lined by tbo Justice
$10 euch for contempt of court.
Jr. ??. I'. A. .ii. linteriamitteiita
An outortaiumeut was given by Nor?
folk Council No. 24, Junior Order
United American Mechanics, at their
uouucil room, iu Page's Hal', last night
for tbo benefit of the members und
tboir friends. A pkusunt programme
wos rendered,after which refreshments
were served, followed by a display of
Ureworks, ? bit h all seemed to enjoy.
Several speeches were made, patriotio
iu their sentiment. Among thos-j who
addressed Ibo meeting were .Messrs. J.
U. Leigh uud J. T. Trjniyor, Coun?
cillor C K. Huut presided. Tho en
tertainment us u whole was voted by
all present an immense success, and
those who wore absent missed a raro
treat. This Council is iu a llourisbing
condition und its mombership rapidly
Labor l??v ut Ocean View.
The crowds were euoruious that
visited tho great pleasure resort utter
tho celebrations in the city. Local
amusement was furnished by the base?
ball game. Addresses wore made by
lion. W. H. Fairless, of Portsmouth,
and Wm. EL Mulleu, of Richmond, iu
hobalf of tbe Central Labor Union.
Tho < 'cean View Company's amuse
meet programme consisted of Uonldeu
uud Austin, musical coniitpics; Otis?,
Mack, parodist; Atlas, the juggler;
Morton und Muck, thu tunny Irish?
men; Nelsoniu, tho necromancer and
shadowist, und Ihu littlo wonder Lu
Petite Edith, who made many friends
with her clever singing und dancing.
Owing to tbo crowds the performance
lucked its usual polished manner, uud
will be given in a more replete manner
during the week. Matinees at 4;eveu
lugs ut .*:.'tll u roliued nod instructive
entertainment, Don't tail to spend an
ufteruoou or evening ut Iho View this
Senatorial Con reu I ion.
The Chairman of tho County Demo
oratio Committees ot Nausemoiid, Isle
of Wight, and Soutbumptou, .Messrs,
John E. West, C. F. Duy, aud Win.
Shauds, mot yesterday at St. Jutuuu'
Hotel, in this city, und selected Uo
tober 8 as the day uud Suffolk us tbo
plaoe to bold the next Seuatorial cou
vention for that district. 1 he basis of
representation was placod at one dole
goto to every fifty votes and fraction
of twonty-iivo ou tbo O'Ferroll voto
'I lie t.ri iu Ulenrius Mile
Renewed at Lovy Rro?., 174 Main
street, and will be continued at thorn
wonderful cheap prioes us udvertistd
iu Sunday's paper during tho balance
ol tbo week, No? bargains opening
A good (.Muckering piano for $50,
Other good pianos for S75to$1.7f(
The Hume-Miuor Co., 101 Maiu Btreo ,
sep I -t
Ills Karaalim i Iii* Ween.
See last Sunday'-' VmoiNlAN for
pr cos. W hin'-, 9G Main streot.
? 11. .-r I'.lll. <l it iir.-.
Handsome line of silver plulod ware,
ice (libs, water sets, tea si Is, etc.. at
Brutvu i Wolf's, No. 11 Hunk street.
Wo uro sole agents lor tho Xouuiai:
Hat, ?olduiun & iioiheimsr.
Itrattsbletau < ocm Itmtril.
Tho regular noiui-nidutuly meeting
of tho Local Hoard ol Improvement of
Brambktou Ward was bold at 7 o'clock
lust uight with tho president, Mr. I. P.
Jernigau, io the ohair, aud iho follow
lug members present: Messrs. Stcrhug,
I hui Us, Cooper, Ualo, Spanu aud
The minutes of the last meeting of
thu Board were reud aud approved.
Mr. Cbupbr, from the Street Com?
mittee, reported tho uuisuucea io rear
of the Feutrese aud Ferebee property
and on Beeves' oveuue temporurily
lie reported progress iu the matter
of rutsiug the curbing ou Brambleton
avenue near the Norfolk aud Western
railroad uud tho work ucarly com?
On niotioo, tho Street Committee
was instructed to request the City En?
gineer to draw tho hues of Corprew
avenue in order that it muy he graded
Tho uuisauco ou tho oud of Wil
loughby avenue was reported partially
Mr. Whitehurst, from tho School
Committee, reported progross ou tho
furniture lor thu new school hmldiug,
but repotted adversely on receiving
tho blackboards. Tlio matter was left
iu their huuds with instructions that
they order the contractor I to finish too
bcurd in uccorduuco with egreetuout.
A moliou by Mr. Spann tuet the uev
school building ho accepted from the
contractors, they having completed it
according to plans uud specifications,
und tbut they ho paid for their work,
Tho Hoard also instructed the cou
tractors to briug in a corrected bill lor
the complotiou of tho work ou thu out?
houses to tho school building and tho
Board would order its payment at the
Tho Bev. Or. d. J, Hall being pros
out was uccordod the privileges of thu
floor, lie called the attention of tho
Board to. tho impassable condition of
thu sidewalk ou Highland avenue froiu
the 1'ark Avenue Baptist Church to
Multby avenue after u heavy ruin, und
asked tbo Board to tnko some steps to
remedy tho evil, as it was a serious
mutter to people who attend church on
that thoroughfare. The Hoard assured
him that the matter would Ho taken
under consideration und tho evil
remedied it possible.
Oil motion, the balance duo Mr,
Teague for drawing plans and speedb
cations for thu now school Huildiug
wiiH ordered paid, as directed by bim.
Mr. F. H. White called the attention
of the hoard to u very disagreeable
and dangerous nuisauo-j in Iruut of his
rosideuco ou Highluud avenue. Bo
forrod to the Street Committee, with
power to uut.
A complaint of Mr, Thomas of a
uuisauco ou Claiborue avenue, near
1'urk uveuuc, wus referred to sumo
'Tbo boud of Mr. J. II. Fatherly, for
roiuoving tbo garbage in the ward, was
accepted by the board, ami tbo Presi?
dent and Secretary were directed to
aigu the same.
1 ho iecommendation of tho School
Committeo that Mr, 13, P. Boloto be
appointed Janitor of tho l'ublic
Sohools in tho ward, was accepted.
.Mr. (Jala called atteutlop to tho de
lapidated condition of tho hoard walks
ou Willoughby avenue, und of the need
of general repairs to tho streets. The
mutter was referred to the Street Com
The secretary was instructed to ad
dross a communication to the superin?
tendent of the Norfolk City railway,
calling his attention to tho bad condi?
tion of his tracks running through tho
word, and to notify him that it is the
order of tho hoard tbut ho keep them
iu proper condition.
All properly approved bills were
ordered paid. Adjourned.
VIOLATED THE POSTAL LAWS.
C. A. Merrell Scnl an Obscene Letter
Through Ihe Mails.
Mr. 0, A. Metre.!, who keeps a sa?
loon at tho corner of Princess Anne
avenue uud Charlotte street, was be?
fore iho United Stales Commissioner
yesterday, charged with bending an
obscene letter through tbo mails. The
warraut for bis arrest was on tho ovi
donee of c. ) '. Dean, of Iliohmood,
Mr. It, W. Shnltico uppeared for Mr.
Merrell, and aller the examination ol
witnesses thu accused was scut ou to
tho grand jurv. Ho was hailed in the
sum of SI (JO for his appoarauoe, Mr.
Merrell admits writing thu letter, hut
suys ho was drunk.
( Imrier l.ruideil.
Judge Hauekol has granted a char
lor to the i eutury Huildiug and Loan
Association, Tbo capital stock of tho
aasociatiou shall net be less ttiuu $?t),
ULK) nor inoro than $100,000. The otil
cers are W A Taylor, president ami
general manager: W c Fentress, vioe
president; W H Hatcher, secretary ami
trea.Hiiror. Mcs-rs Jobu W Curter and
John S Meade, ol Danville, together
with tho olliceis, compose the board ol
Hininoii il i ur H I n??.
A nico lino of low priced, nice Dia?
mond Bar Hun's has come to hand ul
" 1 iio Casket," ranging in price from
Sin to $85 per t uir. Higher priced
goods well upon the hundreds also iu
stock. If you want a gem of tt stouo
go to tIt tt gom of a jewelry store, C.
F. Ureeuweod .v Bro? l?s Mainstreot.
Everything good and everything
reasonable to be found there.
I \ r ii i nc ! \ en rsion to Old Point.
Ma-um er rili a Iii pi on.
The steamer Northampton, of Old
Doniiuiou Line, will leave Bay Liue
wharf, Norfolk, every Monday, Wed
iicmIhv uud Friday evening ut 7 p. m.
fm Old Piiii.t; returning, leave Old
Poinl ul 10 p. in, Hound trip furo for
Ibis delightful excursion, 00 ceuta.
jy7 tf _?
Yon can only buy this season's
y u uiii hat :r du (Joldiuau A Hof
f?e.mcr, solu uj^cuts,
I uro a. i tor l?'?Bf.
Wasmimotok. I>. September 4. IS91.
For Vligiula: l air: slljht change iu
teuipeta art; soutb winds.
For North Unio'lha: Fair, except pot
?lb|? local ?bowen iu extreme ?ojlutru
portion*; ratleiljr wind?.
MlKATVKi: Ar.man.?-Sau rl-tes, 5:?.9: ran ?et?,
0:8?; MkI> waler, Vila r. m. and V|29 p.m.; Iu"
water iiSl u. m. and 8:38 p. m.
BBSi.mm NelonrolOKlcal lluta. "? .
Itou 21 BOOKS ENIH.Nll 8 O'CLOCK I.AST NIOBT.]
U. s. Department otr Aoriculturk,
Local Utlice. I'oiUuu Uuihliui;,
NORVOLK, \'a.,.fc'ept. 3. 13'Jj, J
Maximum temperature. BO
Minimum teuiuer.ttuie. ''-'
Normal temperaturededucted front 'J!
years' ohservatiou. 71
Departure from normal. ? 3
Aroiiniiihito 1 tlopat turo sinco Jan. i... ?'2C'.'
UhIqihII fur '24 bourt . 11
Kaml.iil Vinco Int of the month . .Ofl
.). J. ?iiAV. Observer
IHE VIRGINIAH'S DAILY HIHTSTO HOUSEKEEPERS
BILL OF FARE FOR TO-MORROW,
THURSDAY, SEPT. 5, 1S95.
BREAKFAST. Mu-kruelon. Grabau
Muili. t'aked Sweet Potatoes. Kump Bleak
wiihUiavr. Chicago Kalis. Prunellea. Oese?
DINMER. t-t-wed Chicken with Biscuit
hiiniillnga. Steamed Potatoes. t?"?u on Ceb.
.-lin d Totnattes. White Bread. Plum Preset tea.
Sponge * alt.'.
SUPPER. Cold At eat. Browned Graham
Mn-b. Stewed Peaches, lirtud and Hatter
S. hints. i t a.
Tbo srecn j-aae-. ur large red piuuia are best.
Allow hulfapoti dot tuaa iu each pound of pie
liur.-d Iniii. Do nut reoioTol lead*, rritk caefa
pi tint in several places le prevent burstlaif. Slake
a sjrup of the sugar und a Utile water, e mk IL?
plums until done. Serve cold. Plums enuued b>
lIt,a iti life "ill be o mil excellent.
IiitM-nti of 'Ira. Knaaraf?
Tho Huneral of Mrs. J. W. Spngnt
took pluco yeBtertlay at 10 o'clock from
hor lute residenco, No. '.IC Honk street,
ami was very largely attended.
The serv.ee was conducted l>7 Hov.
Dr. Kherson, uud the huriul was in ilio
Hobrow Cemctory. The pall bearers
were J. D. Dovy, S. W. .Selilner, A. T.
Hofbeimer, N. Marx, S. ilirscblcr,
Olms. lint.-lor, N. L, ltoseborQiigb,
and Cbus. Myers.
Funeral of Mr. ituui1 C? Pariser?
The funeral of Mr. Isaac C. Parker
took place yosterduv ulteruoon at
o'clock from the residence of his son
ill-law, Mr. Frank it. Henry, No. 142
York street. The eorvices wero con?
ducted by llev. Dr. B. D. Tucker of
St. Haul's Church, and the interment
was iu Elmwood.
'?. i:::i i.m;s
N KKOI.K.T ,, August hi, 1
mot;ck tbk annual iikktiku of thk
?> luckliolders of NOKTII Nultl tn.K COM
lw.Ni will lie held t.l il.eiuoaiaol the Kusluesa
Men's Association, In the city ..t Norfolk ou M >.\
UAV, ihasothda; " September, is:'., at n ?iclos
a. in i iIARLKS It. N ABU,
l llittaunual ineetinti ofthe stockholders' of thk
[ AMF.ItlCAN Kl-atTILl/.INti company will It
I held at lite i ompati) 'a ottiee, Nr. :i Atlantic (ire t
an \\ UKNK-I-A v, Se sleiuW i lib, is is :it ij
<?? k i". l'HANK E. wii.tr ..\,
Be Sure You are Right, then
We are Nor selling SHOES for I.ks? thn
o-t. nor aro wo OIVIMI thorn away, hut
will give Tou m much Vai.uktor your moue>
us any house in tho city.
Doyle & Small,
146 Main Street.
Sprat ley Bros.
ONE PRICE HOUSE. '
Black Dress Goods,
Black Dress Goods,
Black Dress Goods.
IUST RECEIVED, JEST ItEOEIVED,
- LSI RECEIVED,
43 Styles. 43 Styles, 43 Styles
In nil t! o very latest weavei t'-.r Full.
Look at our 60 men all wool CheviotJ and
We are-hotv.n; nn exquisite Uns of Pil?
low Shams, bureau t-t-ts and Wash htauJ
:-ots iu both Brussels an l Muslins.
We am receiving NF-W FALL (iOODN
DAILY. Our line this rail will be tho Ii.t
an I rooat euiuplutu lino wo havo over
Our Motto-Low Prices.
Under the Acaduniv of Music.
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS.
IIHE BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
mm, GILS. BRUSHES.
Polish Plate and Winuow Glass,
I ON.MAN A MARTINEZ I'OHK
RF.ADt-MlXF.t) PAINTS. i;\Ki:Y
GALLON SOLI) UNDER A HIND
INO tu AlliNTP.K.
COOKE. CLARK & CO
Igj^^Prompt Attention to Mail Orders, ^g^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 $2.50 FANTS
OFFERINGS.53 Go anywhere
else and you'll pay $5 for identi?
cally the same goods?every one
made of tine imported fabrics of
fashionable, rich, carefully select?
ed WORSTEDS and CASSI
IvlERES and scores of patterns
to select from. And THE MU?
lias such an honest, broad system
of treating its customers?ONE
PRICE FOR ALL?and that
marked in plain figures. You
can go there and almost wait on yourself?and von are
told again that YOUR MONEY GOES BACK
every time if you arc not entirely satisfied.
1 207 and 209 Main Street, s
o o oeofl oos 990COCO t??o?oo88>aeti>9e? e 0 e o ?oooooce?o?eoo se
The City Ordinance now requires
all Bicycles to carry Bells ami Lamps
We have just received an enor?
mous stock of both hells and Lan?
terns, each of which' we are selling at
way down figures,
87 Main Street - -_Norfolk, Va.
Also, a lot of UN?
TO BE SOLD PRIVATELY !
OF ALL KINDS !
A FINE LOT OF SOLID GOLD WA TCH LS.
A FINE LOT OF SOLID SILVER WATCHES,
A FINE LOT OF FILLED WATCHES.
DIAMOND STUDS, DIAMOND R.NGS, DIAMOND EARINGS,
S. BACHR?CH & BRO., PAWNBROKERS,
No. 136 Church Street, Norfolk, Va.
2 SCIATIC NEULALG1A. ?
I'OI.I V Mil 1.9. V i,, I
March 31, ?81?. 1
ii< r?n P?att, Richmond, V?.i
l euSu ai the Kif tro|K>lM b?i cnrcd
''.t ti isik Neuralgia, bss iallei?! ineol
i llnusi ? ?. and ha? beta ?? "era It ute?
il I in ii y i.iii ?:>? l .ii ss i hai l'i u-r Ii .Iii
Ii lo I,. Kncluted please lind cock lor
i! u, tue Im >uc? du? . ii | "> ?'.
Yours m r. n-i ??<-i mily.
' M. V. l.iLKESOX.
A 1HIAL Ii ALI. WE ASK,
l'Al'L I'll ATT, Kicbtuooa,
Th- v r 'ipli ,i -ti r? ? Hocirf>i>o'-"
FALL HATS, '95.
Newest Styles and Colors.
LOWEST PRICES AT
Walter J. Simmons & Co..
THE 1 OPOLAU HATTERff,
177 MAIN BTBBBT?
the am urn works, |
in, 113 and 115 Bank St., fij
NOltFOljK, - - . VlIt(iINlA.a3
l.arcu Stork of rinislioil H^V
minis and headstones. SPn
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