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KANxr.m renn BT
ALLEN & G1NTHR
twitching fingers, a sense of prick -
ling all over the body, are due to
cure (not merely relieve) -? it Cot ins of dyspep?
sia, heartburn, and tick headache. A to il is
cheap. Send i?>;lal for u PRKK sample,
DR. J A. DEANE CO.,
Kingston, New York.
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ran u>aii;L> >: lu.anawf. Addreai boa Sal Nor?
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tlon. Itelnila'J.1 cent a, Two to uia -old in a
puttie. Sample mailed free. EOK-1IEE A MAKIN,
Cincinnati, 0. seitu-an.ly
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ft goods by -.ii ip e..' ii o, ?.r irarrl; eat] ?? ??
staple font:; l.b lal salary or n<nH lOWinlMiou
Address P . . Pox ilo.;. New Y. rk i iiy.
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it in onaldit niai-blnc. Applv at Ocean\V?
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IIA If. SEK VI \:- II.I' Id ESTABLISH I I.I' ?
I TKlt'AI. INDUSTRY?A thorough practical
tlectrlciil engineer (graduate ol out oi the lead ug
t>uiver4UU-?). at preacal mi| arinicmieni u( large
* ok- In the I .i-i. baring a?m? capital, ?!..la
Beseclttia himself with ? man lotuiaanding tapl al.
luslaeas nullit) an-t lOtlsl -t .u.iiii-- varllla u vie* lo
10. Me In Norfolk, I r Ike i> rp .? of oaabliihlug
Ond developing the electrical luilia'ry In II? varied
aorms Kefereuce*. rlctat - oi Infoi (nation, a-p.,
etc., wil be i'ii.i-h.il by roi responding with r
11. care or Yli c nlau ofll.e |y23-tu.fr,ia
i II acquainted tu Norf Ik
aiul adjacent tow -. Will pay -alary with com
anlnlnn CalonV M. PAittf, al Atlantic Hotel,
Xutfoli, between t and I p in. aut-tf
? GEN l lo fell by sample* our line no experience
ri re*iuired It's St staple a- sugar; foi -stui-ks
a?d Ail pit IciPar* address, with itaoip. P 0. ho*
328, New York city. ji-'.M
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t? lor o?e uu i eaulnij mid ? ati .-t t'ltanlag al
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}in ?ii. i.i ....i >o..r mot b< r s Yul I name More
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01 Mu-i. bull ling. Juat-ll '
duhn II. Womlh?ry? 12? W. lldHL.N. V. ET V
(uvoutor i'i WiHAlburj a Kaclal Soap.
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Clears and Tobacco. W. ft PHILLIP?, SM
I^KDEIt'i'AKEIi AM) EMUALMEIb
.1 N. .ION IS.
OlSee ISOand re-ldem-e ITS Cuuiberbind ?tuet.
/. I vi dum promptly ntieuded lo.
ore > % i i
I'(ilt SALI-! A i ait oi ti ! ol Ilccch How Kami
j' .1. ain- tear i-i-.ii i lie Print<fi Anae
co i ty Abo lebt iliar?* ol corn prop, luwisehold
luiai.oic, li i..i. Part laase Ion now. oilierou
t,r )? fore at aannuiy ISW?, Apply lo N K. LY
j>!.\.s. koiup vllle, or J. Y. LKIUM. 11 Rank
air.-.t. Norfolk. jy.'aj
rim lucM r
1>. u\i- Rill KENT, turnlshet or unfurnl led,
Si i l.b or wlthoul board. Nu. ?T I r man n
air.- t. tel.'- i ?
1 O.t Ki NT rhneor i in rooms in liouie with
1' a > ihidroa] risid-n in tood aelgbborbooi
and cni?er I mil) local tl foi Mr <t ear., markets
tnj.hurchM rc(o encea gitan aod rcculie Ap
Jily at uiti south l ark a-.o .uc. nl'.'.i j
Concluded from Second pane.
club with ? game wou aud lost yester?
day, the perceutagu is a tie, but tbe
absolutely correct figures give Ports?
mouth tbe (motion of 5G-10U tbe liest
of it. Just bow to-day's game is to be
a championship ouo it is bard to no
termiue, as each club is credited with
a ohampiousbip gauio yestorday, which
concludes the sohedulu as there wore
only two games of the season to bo
pluyed from Thursday utter noun. It
is certainly a mixed up affair.
The following special came from
Richmond last: "Mauager Jake Wolis
is highly iDdiguaut over tbe obargu
that bis ichili sold two games to Nor?
folk. He Mays theru is not a word of
truth in the story and tho peoplo here
nearly all believe him. Wells admits
that some of bie meu did uot play as
they should have done, but lie excuses
Micro by sayiug thut the pennant bud
beeu wou aud tbeso players very im?
properly went iu for u little fuu. Mr.
Wells and his meu uro so sore over
this matter, it is reported to day that
they may uot play any of tho Green
cup series. But the Kiobnioud team
has never made such an exhibition as
that given by the Petersburgs yester
day, when scveial appeared on the
Uold iu do sort of condition to pluy."
1 tta > iiiiiniui League <.mu?-?.
At Wuslnugtou?First Uame?
it H K
Wiishiuutoii. 0 u l l l l u u x? i \\i ft
Brooklyn. 0 2 t u o o u n u? :i i t
Batteries: Mercer uud McGtiire;
Stem uud Urim,
H H B
SVosbiiiRtoB 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 x H '.? t
tiro Uly.i . 'i U H 0 0 tl 2 II 1? 0 2
batteries: Anderson ami Motiuire;
Dun i and Ijnrrell.
At ITiilutlelpibtu ?
k II R
Philadi Iplim. 2 1 () S o n RIO- IH 1- 3
New \->Tk.tl 1 0 S II U 1 11 2- tfi -I
ft Batteries: Taylor ami Clements;
Stark, German aud Wilson.
At Baltimore?First tisme?
. , , It B V.
BaltituorU .'< 2 IM (I 0 (I u x? H n 3
I'o tea.I It (l t) 0 Ii II II 0 3 11 5
Batteries: Olarkson und C lark; Sul
livan and Uauzt 1.
it Ii li
P?ltin ore.n S 5 1 11 0 0 '-'-ll 10 :l
liostoii.0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0?10 11 -'
Batteries: McMabou ami Ltobiuson;
Nichols ami Ryau. Galled on account
At i'lttsburg ?
11 II B
Pittsburg .1 11 0 ? 1 J n 0 x - 1 8 1
Ciuciuuatti. '2 1 0 e u 0 0 u u :i 7 2
Batteries: Gardner, Foreman, and
Mcrritt; Ithitios and \ aughau.
At Louisville ?
n Ii E
Louisville.i' U 11 1 0 11 U '_' 0? .1 13 -1
Chieiiu'O. l 'i 2 II 0 0 U 1 x?IS I'J 1
Batteries: Wey hi eg and Warner:
1'nrker and Kittridgo.
At St. Louis?
K 11 E
St. ho tie..8 0 0 0 0 3 0 " 1? i Iii a
Llo\eland , ft U 0 i I) 1 8 0 X?IH 1- 11
Batteries: Khret. McDougal, aud
Peitse; l ining und /immer.
Newport News, Va., September 13,
?The German steamship Ascanis,
which weut ushote near New Orleans
ub?ut a week nyo, entered here yes?
terday en route to Hamburg from
South America. She was taken at
once to the shipyard aud docked ami
au cxutuinatiou is belog matlu as to her
damages, which are supposed, it any,
to be blight, as she made the trip 111
live days, au unusually short run.
Mr. M. B. Crowell,'agent of tho Old
Uoiniumu Company at Norfolk, was iu
the city yesterday.
Father Donouiie returned yesterday
from a visit to Stutiuton and Rich
Mi?* I'.stelle Justice has arrived to
take charge of one ol the departments
at the Public School. She is tue guest
now of Mrs. M. L. Wood.
tor. Taylor Harrison, of the ('hrsa
peake ami 1 ihio, bus returned I rum a
visit to Kicbuioud.
Miss Emma Hruce hns returned from
a visit to relatives m Richmond.
Miss Mary Adams, of Norfolk, and
Miss liirdio AdiuiiN, of Baltimore, are
the guests of Miss Annie Davis,
a- Urs. Bagby ond (lary returned yes
terday from their summer's vacation
! to tliuir old homes in King uud Oueeu
at all times.
than anything; else.
of all external remedies
For lame back, stiff joints,
sore muscles, soreness in
the back, chest or side.
The Only Sufi- Way, whe KiSertnf, ??
I IO llitltt uu hi.l:.^' " AI L. sH *'% "
AHcock's Corn Shields,
Allcock'a Bunion Shields,
Have 110 equal as a iclii 1 ?nd cure lor corns
are purely vegotablo; a safe rind
?i'eotivo remedy for young und old.
Notes from This Favorite Ocean Rc?
Receiver Rut k, of tho Norfolk, Albe
merle ami Athmtie railroad, with his
family, lias liueu at tho i'riucoss Auuu
for the past week, lie has been en?
gaged iu a curuful examiuutiou of the
property. He oousidera tho future of
Virginia Reaoh as u seaside retort us
fluo us auy iu the country.
Some lew of the cotiugurs still re
main to enjoy the delightful Septem?
ber woalher at the Reach. Air. liartou
Myers aud family und Oapt. .luo. ,R.
Todd uud family lieget ou, und aro
loth to thmk of leavitig. Mr, Myers
considers that with good railroad
schedule, n broad giiugo et cum or electric
railroad, Virgiutu Reach would become
a most desirable winter ami summer
residential siirburb ot Not folk.
Chief Clerk Rouney, of the Princess
Auue, bus mad? many friends among
guests aud cottagers since his arrival
at the hotel. Ho is always tillable aud
polite aud .puck to mi run so what is
uueded for the cuiufort and conven?
ience of tho guest. He is weil known
throughout tho country among hotel
people uud the iruveluiK public, and
the know ledge that tie wus at Iba Trm
oees Anno bus induced a number of his
friends, to come a long distance to toe
Ned McLoiighlin. tbo popular surf
mini ut the baih huiit.es, iu a general
favorite, When Ned is about there is
thorough continence ou the part of the
bathers. I he little children are ali Ins
frieuds and they don't think auy one
us good or as big as Ned MoLoilgbllu.
'1 ho marriage of .Mr. R. P. iloliaud,
the coiirttone General Manager of the
Norfolk, Albemarle aud Atlantic ihm
road, at Cooperstuwu, N. Y., to Miss
Emily Gregory, of that place, ou last
Wedueaday, i? u matter of grutifyiug
iuterost to the muuy liieudi ot ihe
contracting patties. Miss ?.,iegory is
tbe daughter of L?, U. Gregory, Let].,
who, utih his ivife, is Well Known in
Virginia Reach,aud in Norfolk,because
of the laci Ihut lor Severn! year.; they
have spent their wiulers ut Virginia
I Re-ch. I>r. W. L, Harm, the resi
dent physician of the Princess Anne,
whs Mi IIoIIhUU's best loan. After
the wedding tour, which win be an ex?
tended one, (hey will return to \ ir
141tiiu P. ach, mid reside ai (he Princess
Auue, until the erection of their cot
tags, work upon which will btgiu
speedily. I he collage will be bam -
some und commodious, aud will be
1 hero ure still quite u number ol
guests at the Princess Anne, largor
than ever before during Septeuil er,
a good demonstration oi tbe growing
popularity ut the Reach aud the hotel,
1 lie serv ce at the hotel duriug tbe
past wiutcr au.l s.uuiuier was tin- best
ever known, aud a gralifyiug fc-dtiru
wiih tbo large number of Richmond,
Washington, Ctueiuuatti, St. Louis
and New Pughiud cues is.
Willie O'Keele, the genial staiiouer
suit storekeeper, is one of the popular
residents of the Peach. He ehures with
Ned McLaughlin the credit of being
the best swimmer, lie is well known
from utiu eud of tho country to the
.Mr. .lames 13, Allen, although holms
moved up iiom the Reach since the 1st
ol September, still makes eveuiug
visits to try the surf Paths, which
he considers better now than any other
season ol the year.
Copt, .lack Todd aud Mr. Allen
every eveuiug compare notes and pass
regrets that the tuuiaior teuton is
DR. THAMES AT THE Y. M. C. A.
Prot. Mettke Will Play a 'Cello
Program tor tho men's meeting Sun
day, l.'ith inst.: Prayer; hymn; .scrip?
ture reading; song service, witb or?
chestral accompaniment; 'cello solo,
Proi. Huns Aleltke, late ot Hooxville,
1'euu.; hymn: prayer; address, Kov, T.
R. Thames. 1>. I)., of Danville, Va.;
vocal solo, "Hoianua," Prof, Mettke.
hi inn; nllenng; benediction.
Orchestra?Prof t'has Rorjes, violin,
Mr Jacob Hecht, violin; Mr (i 1' Not
liugham, violin; Prof Flans Mettke,
cello; Mr Geo Dawes, 'cello; Mr II P
Maxim, cornet; Mr -I I) Gordon, cor?
net; Prof f. M Rugby, tromboue, Mr
G P Towson, tlute; Prof, Houhiiesou,
All nion are cordially welcomed,
especially m rangers.
"Roys and Lead Ponoils."?Sunday
at p. m, .Mr. Ambrose Page wid tell
the boys bow they are like lead pen
eil*. I.vory boy in the city should at?
tend the meeting.
Master Willie Webb will l>e the or?
ganist for the junior department,
A MUSE MEN I S.
"TniMiy"?The side of eeste for this
erent sensation "ill open this muruiug
at tho box oflico of tho Academy of
Music, where it will bo pre-eutod on
next Monday aud 1'uesdny nights and
at u special inuiiiHO Tuesday alteruooil.
L'he prices will bo '2-">2, 50o, 7.*?c und SI
lor the matinee BUd evening perfor
mancos. consequently reserved seals
can bo secured this muruiug for all
"A fmp to Chinatown." Pespito
the warm weather, a lurgu audieuce
witnessed the presentation of Uoyt'a
"A Trip to Chinatown," at tho
Academy of Mikih last eveuiug, And
it is I nt faint praise to say that the
company is a Strong one, aud especial?
ly is it so iu tho persona of Henry
Conor, as Weiland Strong, .Itiltus
Whitmark as Notmau Blood, 11 hrrv
Gilford a-< the wai er, and Mi s Anno
Robinson us Mrs, Gage, a widow irom
The play is brim full of fun oud its
presentation last eveuing was highly
satisfactory. A tuatiueu will be given
this afternoon aud the company will
close its engagement witu to uightjs
IliC i?iirc?ini? ?Iii? Mf.-K.
See last Huuday'a Viroinian for
prices. WbIOUt's, 198 Muiu street.
Mr. Willio E. Webb, who was visit
ing rclutivoB nt No. 200 Clay aveuue,
Im? returned to bis home at foams
Mise Eva liealo will have a full at
temlauco at tier auhool ou liruuibletuu
avenue ihia euBiiiopT hchniou.
The desks huve arrived for the new
nublie sobool building, corner Cor
trow aud Reservoir avenues, aud thoy
will ho put in position atonoe.
Mr. ), It. Collins, who baa been ill
more than a week, was takun troiu his
reKulouco ou East Hraniblotou avenue
yesterday and onrried to tho lie. roat
for tho Stok to be treated.
Mr. ?. K. Purtlotto has tiniahect u
baudsoiua briok blooU oouinuiiug three
double teneineut residences ou Last
I Jr. .1. f. Hunter has loft.the ward ou
aceoiiot of foiling health, and ho will
make bis family residence m farm
ville, Va., tor the future.
Mr. C, L). Coke, has madu doeidod
uu'.>'oveiuuuts in tho iutorior of bis
atoru building on Park avenue.
Hev. -I. V. Kohertauu, of I'liiludol
plno, will .spunk nt tlio tuoruiiiK ber
j vioo of tin- i Ihristadelpbiau blcoleaia at
! their hall, next Sunday, aud will leo
turo at night, In? aubjuot bfiitig, "The
Goapol L'reaotaod by Christ."
Wedding bells will riug uguin in
Braiubletou in the uoar future.
.Mr. Coruelitta M. Nottingham, n
well hnowu morohaut who had beau
residing at the corner of Priueeaa Anuo
avenue aud Percy streit lor u number
|ot yearr>, died at his reaideuce Thhrs
day iifteruoon, aged 18 years. Tho
deceased loavea u wife aud three obil
druu to mourn their losa. Kev. .1, 1.
MaNttn preuobed his funeral at Tiiuity
; M. E. Cburoll yuatorduy at II a.m.
I utei no hi in biluiwood.
! liiv. .1. T. Alaiitin preaohod tiiu
funeral of Uoujnmiu Franklin, luUm
I ohlld o( .Mr. aud Mrs. Tliua. < bile, al
thair rusideuoa ou Water street yoetor
it i_v Hi lo a. tu.
tinv. ?Iiircon ?<? \ twit MlutllZl.
Hv ttonthorn Aaaooiiito i I'raM.
Ann an v. N. V,, September 13.?Pro
paratioiia aro under a iy lor the Irtp
iioxt week of the liuVernor, Suite
ofiiciahi and ooiuniitteea ol t u Soiiatu
and Venouibly to t hickaiuuuga aid
Chattanooga hnttlellelds aud the Al
iauta Lxpoaitiou. Uov. Moitou ex
peetii tu inko the iri;> uuder euitaiu
couditioua which will. probably be met,
liowil! hu acooiui anted by hta ami)
aud probably by r o!. Aabloy W. < i ie,
hin privulu ooeri tary.
The party will leave boreal o'clock
luasday evening ou a bpooial traiu,
and will travel by way ol tho New
York Central, Lake Shore, Dig l our,
. i'ii und Cresueat railroads, arriv
[iuguttba Obickumauga and Obatta
nuoga fields in timu lor tue dedication
ol luu butllctiolds Naliouul la k ou
September 19 and 20. After tho dedi
oatory Borvioes at tue military park the
parly starts for Atlanta, which place
will bo reached on the morning ol
September 21. A stay of |twoduya
will bo niiuiu at the exposition.
i in t-ivti iti-ii tt no nurilnl l.nw.
Ity ttontheru Associate.! Praia
Ism i.min?;, Mich., Hepteuitier 13.?
Col. Lyon, in command of the State
troops beru, informed Leader fobert-.
of the Miners' 1 uiou, yesterday that
auy further outrages sucli a.- the
striker:- hail perpetrated would rtsult
in tint cities ot Negaunoo uud Ishpeni'
iii(jf being placed under murtial law,
UobertH ph ailed Inn lualulity to con
trol lliu men.aud the t'olouol suggested
that he resign, (iov. Cub wirea
Mat or Poley, of Ncgaauce, yeator
day afterucou, aikiug why lie could
not protect pcr.-ons iu Ins city. The
Mayor Bwore iu ilfiy Deputy Sheriffs
last night to naaiat in keeping the
peaee. The citizens roundly ceuanred
hiiu lor his weakness* dutiug the trou
'1 lie L'oloiiibinu l.lttoriv Moll.
by So itbaru Aiioeiatatl Press.
Ohi auo, September 13.?The Col?
umbia Liberty Uell started this morn
int; ou its trip arotiud (he world. It
leu ou a special tram, and will tirat go
to Atlanta, where it will roiuain to tho
close oi lliu exposition. After that it
will bo taken through tho Southern
Mates and Mexico, Prom there it will
go to liurope, uud tiiouco around tho
? in- i i tiii.it' ( up.
Washington, September 13.?Presi?
dent Voting, oi too National liaaeball
League, auuouuoed to-day that he had
received notes from a majority of tho
tueiubera ol tho League, iu winch they
expressed themselves hl favoring Iho
playiog of tho Temple cup Beriet be
tweeua tho clubs liuishiug Iirel aud see
und in tliu ohampiousliip race.
Trillin* % rr 11I it ( n lot.
Havana, September 13.- The Span?
ich transport steamer I,oon III arrived
here from Spain latl orening, coovoj
ing troops lo reiulorce Iho ? lovorumout
army. An immeuao orowd witnessed
her arrival, ni.d tlio great enthusiasm
i of the poj ulacu ?Mi3 'iiauiiettoil tu every
When Baby w-ai lick, we z*tp li<r CaMnrla.
Wle-n stn- was u i Ml I. iho cried for CaStoria.
When the became Miss, she ctuog t.i (.'.i-n.rin.
Whoa nhv bad Children, aiie gavctkciu Castoria,
A lightweight overcoat if a uecoBSity
at tlio .seashore und mountains. Unr
"Uoverl" overcoat is just the coat you
want, Nichols ?v. Wallace,
69 Main a treet.
Iced Coffee simply delicious) at
Moo's, Try if. and you will drink
nothing rlho this warm weather.
Von can oniy buy thin Roanon'a
Yotiman hat from Uoldmau ii liof
heiiner, sole agents.
SOUTH CAROLINA POLITICS.
The Constitutional Convention Still
In Session In Columbia.
Hv Suuthuru .\--u. i t'.'.i Press
CoiiUMBiA, H. ?? September 13.?
' To day was a ratlter miportaut 0110 in
.tbe ( Oistitutiouul Couveution. Tbo
'session opened with a long ?rangle
uud rather spirited ilebateas to whuih
j er tbe couveution ?hould h? to the ex
ponso of having oaob ordiuaaeo aad
resolution priutod as presented.
U is now pretty thoroughly under -
stood that bi-enctal sessions of tbo
; legislature will be provided for instead
lot annual sessions, that the turiUS of
I tbe Stulo oHirers will be four years in
j atead of two as bi retotore; ti nt smaller
I counties will be provided; that I'outity
' Courts will be eslablisliod aud tho
I judge< will In elected by ttie people
' lusleni of by tbe Legislature.
\\ lieu rule II, in regard to tbe ratifi?
cation to tbe constitution, was resulted
tbo colored member, "Cauary" .Miller,
made an elicit to have n referred back
to tic people, presenting tho following
amendment to ho added to tho rule:
And tbe said constitution, aller it
shall have received the majority veto
ol the delegates, shall be submitted to
tho electors of thu Slate lor ratiti
The vote of ratification ol the penplo
shall be taken on tho seeoud Tuotdav
iu January A. J)., 1 K.Hi. 'Him voto
-hull be taken at tho soveial pn cine.,
iu each county.
The form of the ballots to be voted
snail be as follows: "1 lavor tho new
constitution," or "1 do not favor thu
Mr. Klird raised the point that this
wan not the proper place to present
such a provision, Thu propor way to
preseut it wau iu tho uhapo ol au
j ordinance later on.
L'bis appeared to him to be the ouly
j proper plneu to biiug this matter up.
A handful ot the people had no light
to act lor the whole pooplo,aud doolars
that tiie document, after they had dorn
pluled drawing it up. was the Ouustitn
lion ol ihu people. I he President said:
"TUO t hair will uot uulurtuin lids iu
the sbapc ol au amenduioiy resolution
' in ihr ii.le, but us a reguiai tosolutiou,
, und refer it tu the proper oomuiiltee."
ihn resolution look the latter course.
I 'I lit. nobbiest lute of hats < vor shown
I in Norfolk can bo loiiud at Oohluian
I ll|tl. -.1111111.1 -t, ?II,--. ,| |-,| .
Dydoutliero Assoeiato.l Press.
\Y ahiiiNti'i'o -, September I '.. -Secre?
tary Herber) iIhh morning uhnoiiucod
? tun action lukeo iu tho case ol Uapt,
(leorgu W. Suiuner, I . s. N,, recently
tried by coilttuiar tlal tor the ciiielo-s
ilici.in-! , of the cruiser Co in to Ida at
Southampton, Bnglaud. ('apt. .Sum
j uer is suspended tiom duly for si\
j moo the, uud given waitn g otdurs' pay
during thai period._
Brings comfort and improvement and
lends to personal enjoyment when
. ghtly used. The many, who live bet* ;
tor than others and enjoy lite more, with ,
less expenditure, by more promptly
ndnptiug tho world's beRt products to
the needs <d' physical being, will nttes!
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in tho
remedy, Syrup of Pigs.
It- excellence is due to its presenting
in the form moat acceptable und pleas?
ant to the tusle, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties ol a perfect lax?
ative : effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches und fevers
und permanently curing constipation.
It ha- given satisfaction to million-and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it nets on the Kid?
neys. Liver and Rowels without weak?
ening them and it i> perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Pigs is lor sale by all ilni?
t'i-t- in 50c and $1 bottles, bill it is inan
ufficturcd by the California Fig Syrup
I ... only, whose nnnin i- pi in ted on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if oflcicd.
KVMItTtlOl .\N.\s I'.MI INT, PA 11 I. I UP
Mitt ihn- of Mji.t mlicr, P>9">. lioui be K?ute
? in .-.nil Hutiiok C >itti nny in *tue. a.tnt-te-.
I lutto Intel .>i inI- propvity ami book 4 ol taU
couiii i.v. I.'ntil furttoi aolite I will oBiw the
?lock ..i fini Kan?le?,etc., n?m on I an., al letall
f r...-h :.n.i al| p -iv.ii? lull bled n> f*,\ cout
paii/ h II alle ?rlib in? of my agent,at i lief tore,
No "i Market ?-|ttar>- Pn?>ni holding eltliat
agalu?! tl.*' toiii|.aDi ?rill ort eul (besam*, rcrl
ii-vi lij afliilavll niilitn ti n iy dar? from Mi ieia
bei lltli, ISPft.
I have lippoitil il Mr. W.i' Willi?* my efeiit,
wii? i- iiuiborixed to c-:ie i -..:i .'. in- tine tbe
Company. T. il. Wil l.' ox.
mit-ll T retire.
The Norfolk Training School
'J HE PALL SESSION OPENS BEIT, 'lb.
Can f .1 instrn tiou Riven in tho u ual
hru elioB bioludiun liookk. epiug lustru
tneiil >1 music tanght in a thoi . ugh tiuunor.
Xhe i nullah lhblo use t as a toxi ho ?.. Ad
(ll ? Hf Oil AS. 11. AI-llOIT.
1013-1 n I'ort Norfolk, Va.
Cramps may assail you at any tim<\ without warning. You nre at
a complete disadvantage?so sudden and violent is their attack?*
unless you are provided with a sure cure.
Is tli** surest cure, the quickest aud the safest cure. It is sold everywhere" at
3$e. a bottle, Sec that you get the gcuuiuc?has "Perry U.ivis &Sou" on bottle*
Who W511 <2c*t il\G
NOSE? A Y TOBACC() TROPHIES!
Vetter Leads in Portsmouth?-Corcoran in Norfolk.
ItniKrovc nud UoleV
Have til ini... Ilntvrirr,
will Hta ml itv 'I lions.
Whom. It la llrlnvril,
Everybody can voto as early aud ofteu as thoy ploaao, and thus secure for
tlioir favorite a Beautiful Solid (fold \Yatcli and Chain, bettor known as the
'NOSEGAY TOBACCO TttOpHY," which will l>e awarded to tho moat popu
itt player by T. C. Williams t 'ompany, of Rtohinond, Va , muuufaoturers oT
tbe Celubratod "NOSKOAY" Tobaoeo. As before published, tho award will
not be made until the Norfolk- 1'ortauK n'.li surits is played.
H i grove
'I liui ? ??.?
I. . ?tili . .
. . .l '.o
I ? rcoi ui_.880
\s ,.;,b. 11
The Doctor will b^' in mv store every day from 9 a.
in. it) -", p. in, where you nmy have your EY1LS EXaM
INKU KRE1?! Do not fail to take advantage of the
Gi.iixl Free Offer.
Sc what some ol our friends have to say :
lioBTOS, August 12, 1895.
Mr. I . II. ' .i f. Sorfolii. Va.
O. Mr Su - I li Kpel t* Iu i wliii h Dr. Wo. k n jti.t".! t i my BJOB have given mo porfeot
satisfaction I oaii rea I continuously without any sense ot v.-' u mom or heu lache. The
aJiu luieut -o. ins to nib to bu per fee l, loan very ir.iiy,
A. COKI SMtlU.
Mr. trunk H. tia(e, Norfolk, Va.:
Hu 1 Sir ! u i I. to express mv approeiatioil of the wovli dona tnr mo by Dr. Weak,
ot vi r establishment Ih vo beon using speutnulca an I Kye (Hasses for twsuty years,
11 uil Ii ivti K 'it' 11 ii .: 1 fr in 111 111 sonn i'S. but lb > u ins iu for me by . r. We k cam*
huhr01 perfe ti in t an ?ny I liavi aver had I u ed Iboui continuously for buth day uud
mi ll' work 'in n tho .but i lir-t out them OU, an I my .yoa havo uavar 'ired. as has
bIwm s brcn the oaao formerly. In act luev at* so goo I tb it I entirely forget that 1 am
worn lug a gU?s all. 1 oau heartily c.uenil i Is work.
Very truly yours, Jas, P. lintTT.
Kabtvilxe, Va? August ?d, 181)6.
Mr K n. Oil.
|>i ar Sir?ibis ii to certify that l?i- A, Week examined and litte.I glasses for me that
lias been of groat boueflt to in?. I um well nloassd with the glas os, an I would not be
without the in tor n any timue their worth. 1 can heariily reoommautl tbe doctor to any
who may ?nh glasses. lloipectfully, p. H. I'bunm.i.,
Pastor EasUillo Baptist Church.
Pbtkubuubo, \ Juuuary sth, ltws.
Mr. P. II. lite
Pear Sir?Vonr letter reoslvoil, and in reply will say that the glasses salted to my
eyes by vom- Dr. Week havo a I . i thotu omro rebel thau 1 havo bad tor twelve year*.
Vonrs very truly. Uto. A. Uowuak.
FRANK H. GAL.EI,
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
AN WYOK'fl AOADRMYOF MUSIC,
njay and Saturday, Sa:ur.liiy Matinee.
UOU'S A T1UP TU CHINATOWN,
With iiio o'Igiual New York Cast, inclndin
Harry ('oil r l'.rerytbiug nea an.i up to
dale. Unat? on aalu i'hunday. l'ncor-. Iti ,
6'Jo, 76o and si Bell,w i,su
Yan WYi r. I?CIIj! Ml Ol-'.Mf.-lC.
'Ivo night*, Moadaj ?;pt, n. afatinco Tuesday.
Willi A.M. i'aiiiui - UnrivaUel Compaoy,uader
? direction of Wui. A Ii adj. l'aa.ilr?ly ealy
r . i .i ib< laLiatjon ot tbeage, Draaiatitfd t>y
taal M Pott?, lr?ai DjMaurtcr ? cetabrated norel.
i > it ii eeatt will )'? Hin Saturday raqrnlng.
Crlvr?,2?o, AOo, 73c and II. -ri -.it
M US I CA L
Pror. E. M. Ruyby, late Pupil of
Dr. Wish, London,
l- prepared to givn t'iano and Organ Li-s
-ii the Cultivation ol tue Voice an.I Solo
siuh.iik- bpucial i ure iti.oa to boginners.
Thorough uu i Practii al n every detail. For
particular., call on or address lit) I n einason
Btre.l, BcG"tn,th,aa-i t
tCkloaeaUr?? F.nolI.U Dlamc.nl Braafl. '
OHalrml Ocauln^ ?
* .#tU?\ a?ri. aiw?y. nUitlr. t?oi?? ??*
? ft BOM 1>iuntl.l for c?lc?Ml?r-t KIj-/
l^hJQEfe. r,.o..J flrano 1. U*4 ml CVi.< BMUI-'
Raj bttM. ,*mled ?rllh bin* ribbon.
aTakn n? otker. Mut dwwt
PmMIMNMI anJ MMN***. *? IW???*~0
I or und 4<..ln?l?rop,f3rj.?rlU'ul?r?,tMllm?.
?Iii. tod " Urllaf r..r t? Jlc^" /nJ1'"%.
Ef Kliim M?U. 10,000 leellaMli??.
ChtikrMtr Ch.?lr?l Oe* Maai.on Sfl.ara,
I Celebrated not only for its great uiedioi
uul properties, tint for its purity.
A Delicious Table Water.
tto.'omuietido.l ami ordered by l.-atiiue
I'Uysioiaus for Plight's Diseuso, Diabotea,
Me nu in the Kidneys or bladder, Uravol.
Uout, Itbenuiatisni. L'rtuaty Diseases said
JOHN VERI.tiLL.lON, Agent,
UUANMt BTBRBT, NEAR MAIN BTBRBT,
_ NOltFOLK, VA. _
111 til 11 OF
IV XI H M ?/ Cures in 1 to I days, Im
?v? M 0 f?4 mediate in eaecl i muck to
I M H t'j ?iV\ (,,''r" <'nn l??>rarriod in veat
1 n SSL? HS i'iii'kot, all eompleto In ono
email package. Sent by mail, prnpaid, plain
package, on receipt of price (1 per box.
For Sale by W. R, Martin.
Irwin's Twin City Express,
I ? T. IRWIN &C0.. PROPRIETORS.
OTPIOK?1031 WATKB Hi'.. NOKFOLK, YK.
Ample faculties for hunting anything to
and from auywhoro in tho three cttios. Xele*
pttona No. 6, Charges reasonable.
Uuaii iiniHos ana cows removed from the
throe odios free ot charge.
SjBip imm iilaiu "CM* vri"lTnt n^nffl* .