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Patent remedies ore not usually
popular at home. Quratol, how
ever, ims been mamifactUrcil In
Norfolk for ore year, ami I? more
popular to-day tbun ever before.
Of Qurutul have 1.a sold In Nor?
folk and vicinity ami not Mac but
priise is heard of its merits, Phli
is a sure test.
HAUE VOU TRIED IT.
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FREE! FREE! FREE!
1Br: PJTlhfli? F?ll AND WIMM MSR IRE SWING
.IS GREATEST ATTRACTION.
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 23d.
Ti e Naclr^ce Comedian and S ntlmcnt.l Vorallni
MISS MAY LILLIE GORDON,
1 ? Kepre>entlvj Champion Expert ItlUc
THE ZURICKER SISTERS,
Juvenile Song ?nd Da?? a t'-i.?. heill lo pre'
ilurti.itiot i in' Popular Sonnt.
LITTLE (VltSS MAC.
The Yotingetl (" ill Contort lonisl oil ihn Stage,
wall tier uiauy ?nndi i ml lean "i back
The Kliman tu- haup, daluiitrd ?? Moplib i
aoele* and brilliantly lllninlnntel w Ii m sticua.
cant light* mi bit c itiime.thc eu'itml lot whloti
be nsa.vos while walklns ii lue . c trh wircatu
needed SO le i in mid air. Title I? t be greatest acl
Dispifljf oi Finmiti Kigiitly
Trains every hour, itileily an I lo trie System,
Ferfoimaacet alb r .?>n <tl1 nn i - p. in,
USHERS BAND OOSIUILY IH A1U?.
iVIILL_liM ERY I
GRAND ? FALL ? OPENING.
WRS. J. S. B. ANDERSON
wlsla.ia t.i announce that her New Fall
Block w now replete with all the Newest
Nt.VC.I.Mr.S OS- TIIK S..ASOS.
whli h have been personally s< lei led, and
will meet the requirements of the most
Mrs A. also wishes lo state she has
secured the services of MA DA MR TOOK
Kit. who has held some of the highest
pbsltlons in New Vork, an a llrst-class
Milliner and Designer. Our jinlruns ean
rely upon hnvlhu their uillllnorv done in
Fifth avenue style ni Norfolk pin is.
The Orand Opening Days of the sea?
son will be
Weili.e: a am Tltundir. Bel. 2 & 3.
A cordial Invitation In extended to ihe
ladies in hoi al,
seL;-:!t MRS. J. S. U. ANDERSON,
1-!0 Church street, Norfolk, Va.
SWf.tV ^ <> -i? ?:? S? ^? :>? <?
1 EYES EXAMINED FREE j
? o-j.17 GRAM BY STREET*-0 ?
t CLASSirS ACCURATELY ADJUSTED. %
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W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
Real Esldla and Rental Apis,
or t\lc:i 1 r.,
RESIDENCES. res! DENCE3.
2 m CH::s 10i.dsiAI. IOT YORK ST,
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122 It iH STnKKr. it KM ITJ .1 ST.
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112, 121 HANK, 19? < BUItCII,
Xli MAIN. I ?? Cut ItCU,
50? MAIN sr. " "ASif,
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17 VAIN. ic ? MAIN*.
ItSFEItuurts NAVE, t'l PIOHI.ASP,
luv IV? a\ i. ."j. \\ 11.1.1?, trill.V
Burruss. Son & Co.,
t'oniuierciid and other Pu lnoai paper dii
i.euii uattotiatad on favor tide tornii.
? iiy louts an: othai necnritiM bought
I'cpcs in r?:. elre I and aeconuta invita I.
inteie.t allowed on I :u dopoaiti.
s ??? i>?. 0-1' loves tcr rout. Chargat
UrawUl'aof I'xcbnuita an I mak-i ibU
triiii-for - to liuropa.
Letter- or 1 re at iasuod to priuoipal cltiai
ot the aorld. ooit
1 KAI 1 RH IN
Railroad. Steamboat and
4 and ? West Market Square,
Beginning of the Most Solemn and Sacred
of all Hebrew Festivals.
REV. DR. EBERSON'S POWERFUL SERMON
Iniprrmli e Sc.* lee* ?? ?-i<l nt ihe Ohof
Sllol.'lll I.]>!<? <??? ( Inn . Ii street
An Immense t'ongreiraHon I'ros
Pill Tin' Unolcitl Programme To
Hay's obftcrvnnce of Hie festival.
At sundown last niiilit began the He?
brew l>..v ..|" Atonement, tin- must sol?
emn ami snci.il of all the Hebrew
Church festivals. The services In Ihe
synagogues at this bcukoii nrc very
touching, when all Israel not only asks
tor the forgiveness of their sins of the
past year, hut pray for theh friends
?ho nave tilted during tin- year. The
services at th.- Ohof Sholom Temide, on
Church street, last night won- very Im?
pressive, Hey. ": " F.berspn. the rnbbl,
ilellveiing a powerful and touching s?.-i
moii io the vnst cm;;rogation present.
The music, the programme of which
was published In the Virginian yester?
day, was of a high or.lor. In the course
of his remarks Dr. Kherson used lan?
guage calculated to impress all who
heal .1 him. II" said, in part:
The great Pay of Atonement has ar
rlved, inn how are we prepared, my
brethren, for Ills solemnization?
Should we not lirsi feel and utter now
the words of (he Psalmist! "I acknowl?
edge my sin unto Thee, ami mine in?
iquity have I IIOl hid I said. I will con?
fess my transgressions unto tin- Lord. I
and Thou forgives! the Iniquity of my
Nearly all of you are merchants ami
traders In order to carry on business
systematically you must pay strict ut
i.-11111111 I., your day-book or your ledger
in order lo verify either your debtor or
creditor accounts Von put down in II
What you si ll ami what yoll buy. what
you lend ami what you borrow, and
dally you ascertain from these accounts
what you have gained or lost, nnd what
you iHisscsscil. Kin ih.-i-e is another
ledgt r which you might lo consult every
dhy, and which it Is your sacred duty
to i.;,.| bef.n-e (the .loin llitktpurim) lite
Day of A t?nernen I bus termtliati .1 That
is not the I.k of your business ttas
actlous. but of your action:-. your
thoughts, your conduct; To look over
Dint book ami be benefited by ihe les
sons you learn from It, open that i.k
of confession ami you' will see that it
consists ..f ih. large pages. At the
brad of the drill wc sc.- tin- nw .?-inspir?
ing word written. Hod: .\ i th,. head of
the next puge, "Our neighbors." At the
head ol a third page, "Ourselves." Ann
now |. i t.s read what is written in those
three different pages, fur it is tor this
that we at- here to-dtty. ?'Then they
shall confess their sins that they have
?lone. My brethren, let us without any
litlse shame go through ilnj II ist page
of Our confession book. But remember
that . ennfesftion Is rial und true
when It truly leib, is th.- .-int. of nur
mind ami the feelings of nur heart,
i nn- words will, therefore, point out no
one. and >??! they will be every one's
Tin- itablil ? numerated here u gr.-ai
ninny things out of the three Uuvos >.i
th.- Itiook <?:' confession which his hearers
ought I.. haVe .lone to I... worthy Of the
name lif Israel, bill only a few of those
Illings .lt. d her.-. Thus: Have we
shown ;.- Cod more dcvotl?li nnd lOve
than in former year.-'.' Have wo though)
? ?I Ills mercy..of His providence, of lite
gooitncsri with which lb- nil... tu., in
ii u mein ble hosi of create;) beings'.' No
wo hove a..i. We have transgressed
ib.- ihw -th.- expression of ills will,
How can i lod long upon us with mercy.'
"Therefore*, we have not the coinage ti
And now how does Hu- second leaf ol
our confession I.k read .- Will it giv't
a less discouraging account? How lihvi
wc ueted toward.- our neighbors? The
most beautiful sentence ever written in
any religious code Is stamped in our
law "Thou shall love thy nelghhoi as
thyself" Hut, alas: We have not al
I ways pie;.cited i:. No, We have not
loved our neighbors accord lug lo lus
tice: we have not loved them iiccortttug
to charity. Oh! w.- dare not look ai
those whom we have met with a sunn
lipon our lips, whoso hands we have
grasped with apparent He iiilshlp, while
we were placing obstacles in tin-it wii>
io ma!., th.-in stumble on ih.- path of
an active and honorable lit,- Always
do to Otlllll's What We should like to re?
ceive is a precept constantly recom?
mended by the law. but our selfishness
was in the way. We have solltet lines
opened our purse to charity, but we
have not always opened our hearts with
it nh. mercy iiimn us:
W. have arrived at the third l.-af ol
confession. Which of the two an?
tagonistic forces in man did we allow
to rule over iis the ("Jetsei' llatono")
"good temptation" or tin- ("Jotser ilo
rnh") evil Oho? The than or the child,
the sottl or th.- body, wisdom Or folly.
Ig.I or evil. We are filled with an in?
ordinate desire t.? g?-t rich in a hurry,
[ami wc love to b.- ?harmed l.v tin- sc
Irene voice of frivolity ami pleasure.
Th.- progress in Ha- knowledge thai i
niost precious, tin- knowl.-dg. ol our?
selves, is neglected; Oh.i why h.-.vr w'el
iioi employed our lime b'.tter',' Why
an- we forced to say, 'I have nothing
to relate but iniquities; I can i>nl>
grieved, for I have' sinned." "Tesholi
voli"j True repentance must nccompany
confession. "For tied does not desire
tie- death of tin- sinn.-!. but ;h ii in- re?
turn and live." Live a life ol Virtue, ..:
justice, of charity, of humanity. Ti'cns j
tile up these jewels ill your henrls air:
b-t Its sparkling light stream forth
from It in all directions of your nientni,
uioial, at..! I'eiigiou-i activities.
Urethn it, a thief oiio<? broke Inlo a
j palace. \ ,-ry ri 'ill/ Illletl with articles ol
I gold and Bilver, with previous stones
I ul all kind-t. Prom tithe lo tum- he
! stretched foi Pi his ban Is t . gi'hfcp sosne
| ihiiig. lull always hesitated, as his
avaricious eyes fell on something that
seemed more valuable. Presently hej
si-i.-d another door; lie opened it and
entered another chamber. With the
gi 'fttest astonishment in- saw theic dis?
played all the ricli.-s the world affords.
Tables, chairs, and vases of solid gold,
ornamented with myriads of pearls ami
otliet precious stones. Bin he did not
stay long: wandered from room to room,
lost in amusement ami ndmlrntloii He
cuuid not decide what t.. choose, fear?
ing that if In- took some of the splendid
articles lie might i.-ave the richest.
While he was hesitating he heard a loud
voice; his comrades who stood outside
called to hint to come out. Day had
dawned, und he must fly. Leaving all
iln- treasures, hi* made his escape, re?
joicing thai Ite was able to save his
life and gel '"" ol the palace undiscov?
ered, a rabhl ??!,!?.? ihm tills tu his con.
grcgntlon. und as lliey looked up Into
his face Inquiringly he continued 'So
it Is wiiii mun. dod gives him life. He
enters th.- world- the inagnlllcent pal?
ace. Is there anything more bountiful
and more valuable than 11r.- Itself on
mis beautiful und wonderful earth? I tut
men fly from one pleasure to another,
always seeking for more and more
The possession of one blessing only
makes them desire nuo'ther, and Illls
them with discontent If they cannot ob?
tain it. They bocome satiated, and
Hid- Ihe thief, throw away tin- pearls
only in seise the diamonds. Vlrtue'and
Justice, charity and humanity, ore more
to i>" desired than all the plettsures and
luxui les i>f life. While men spend their
time striving after wealth ami position,
death overtukes I hem, as day did illo
Ihler, ii mi wares, and they are called to
nppcar bi-foro their Creator, naked as
tliej came into the world, without the
treasures thai once lay within their
reach, lamenting their lost hope* thcii
h.st. wasted lives "
Urethren, once more the nay of Alone*
in, nt pleads with us, saying;: ?tot
waste your lives in sin. in pi rverse con?
duct; your Father In heaven semis me
!?> you witli n message of reconciliation,
ol peace. In answer let us with i?iy ex?
claim: "All hall ami welcome, blessed
"Day i>i Atonement!" We accept most
gratefully the glorious message thou
bringest tu us from our merciful Fathci
in heaven. Urethren, lei us strive u>
do our duty ti> God and (?? our fellow
men, ami thus deserve Cod's i>cace and
Services will be held during the en
Hie day to-.lay. und nothing In Mlo way
of i.I or ill ink can pass Ihe lips of any
Hebrew uiiiil after sunset this evening.
Y. M. V. \. Voles.
Physical Director Ward has arranged
the following seheduli foi the cyiniia
stum work, comiiioticing Monday, R<*|i
tember 30th: Classes for meii Mon?
days. Wednesdays*4 und l*ridnys, II lo 1
I*. M.: business men's class? I'uccdnys,
Thursdays, ami Hatnrdays, >: >?> I P. M .
boys' i lass, s Tuesdays ami Thursdays,
:',...n to *.::n p. M., ami Saturdays, :..;u to
10:30 A. M.
Professor Ward will conduct th<<
classes ami make physical examina?
tions. 'I'le se examinations ate not coin
pulsory, hut are ilesirahle.
The ithyslcal director may I? round
at the building on Mondays. Wednes?
days, ami Fridays from 8:30 to l.:'".
2:30 to 6. ami from 7:30 to 10; Tuesdays
ami Saturdays from 8:90 to 12:30, 2:00
to 4:30, und f?:3? lo 10! Thursdays from
s-.:to to 12:30 nnd from 2"<? to 7.
Tue Star t'nurse seems now to he an
assured fai t, hut ii is still I.HSar) le
se, are additional subscriptions, in the
choice of seals the advance subscribers
will have the advanthgi
There will he a meeting of those In?
terested In the organization of a class
in vocal music to-night al s o'cioi k
Tin- class will nol he conIItied \<> meiu
Two choice furnished rooms remain
unoccupied in the building, and can Is?
rented by desirable parties.
The iron! .,f ih,. hulldliiK is being re?
painted; tin apparatus Iii the gymna?
sium Is also being renovated,
Tin- service at i o'clock to-morrow af?
ternoon will doubtless he lurgel) iit
i,nde,I Ladles are Invited, and the
address will have particular reference
to ih.. work of ihe lciiUK*rance societies
Its w.dl US IllUt of lllC Association. The
members of ilio Y. w. c. T. r. have ex?
pressed their |ilir|H>sc In attend in a
iM.'ily. The following programme will
he I. ii.|.
liivoctillon Rev. .1. B. Rounds, of
I 'ape i 'Inn i. s I Tty.
Singing?1* unices liavergnl's Conse
. rat i.-n hyuin.
Song service?Conducted by Mr. .1. I',
ti randy, with orchestral iiccoiiipanl
Scriptural rending?Itev. .1. K, Rounds,
Sold Holy City." Mrs. M. T. Hayes
Address "Speilalixiitlon i:: Religion."
Rev. Dr. W. V. Tudor.
Solo "i >. Resi in th,- Lord" (from
Klljah), Mr w. i>. Crowell.
llyiim. Offering. It, n, diction.
> ol ice lo Mariners.
The Lighthouse I lim id i;l\,-s notice
that Ihe .aide of I he new system ol
electric buoys in Hie fiedncy and Hay
side channel:-. New YuVk lower hay, has
I.ii ilumugcd again by n dredger, und
the lights extinguished. The lamps of
the ,.id system of electric buoys will
In- lighted until further notice.
Notice is given that on or about Oc?
tober 2. 1895. Light V.ss.d No :,:!, moor?
ed ii boil I two ami n-half miles lo the
southward of in.- outer eighteen font
spot ..r Frying Pan Shoals, maUIns, oft
from i 'ape Four, sea con nt of North Car?
olina, xv'" ?"' removed front her station
for repairs and will be replaced by
Llghl v.-s.s. l N... ?::<
Light Vessel No. will show tw.i
fixed white reflector lights, has two
masts, is schooner rigged, with ,yn oval
black cagework day marl, at the head
of each iniist, but differ.- lr mi Llghl
Vessel N... in having a white hull
with "Hi lief in black on each side
mid "No 2!i" in black on each uiiarter
a bi ll si' lick by hand Instead of a steam
foe xighalj ami in having no smoke?
stack between the must. Light v--.i l
No. f.:: w ill be replaced mi bet slat i.e.
as soon as the repairs, have been com?
pleted, "f which due notice will be
The Noif.dk i.hall learn will have
then- lust t:ame nexj Thursday. Ocl?i
her 3d. at tho Norfolk Company's Parte
in Ghent. The ten in from Hampton,
Va., will meet I hem on the gridiron.
Several stars will appear in the Held
her,- for the flrsl time. Armstrong, of
the Yale team of ''I. will play half back
lor Hampton: Sniinders Taylor, in.li?
ter back of the University of Virginia
champion team of ':?!. wiese brilliant
playing liisi Thanksgiving in Rich?
mond, received great applause, and
Walter II. Taylor, dr., ex-captain of ihe
Virginia Military institute team, will
play for Norfolk's glory. Ontnc will lie
called at l o'clock
We Have n Fett l.elt tome and See
Ladies' pat. tip Oxfords.:!7,.
Ladies' tail < Ixfords.'ue
Childs' pat. lip button, ? lo u.;,U(
Childs' tan button, S to ii.
Misses' tan button. 121-2.7?<
Rubber Sole shoes. i'. lo 7.40,
Rubber sob- shoes. 2 to ",.
Many other bnrgatns at Hellers' Oni
Price Shoe Store, *)('. Rank street, oppo
Hudson will serve sola with his 2i
eenl supper to-nlgrt. Hudson leads
'em ail. Everything choice.
He Brings Several Wilnesses to Jes.ify
Bet?re the Special Council Committee.
THE STATEMENTS AND DENIALS MADE.
An Interesting session or iho Com*
iii Her. Iii Which Ihe Mayor Re
Hernie* HU Charges Several Ex*
? ?olieemen Stiiml WIM II Im Mr
Mayor Pettlt last nlghl had his In
nilltj III the Investigation being COIl
?liii led by the special cotntnlttec from
th.- Councils appointed to Investigate
tie- charges contained in tin- Mayor's
recent loiter concerning Ihe members
of the Hoard of Police Commissioners,
ami as to which Blilc of the controversy
had the longest end or the string Is
left to the public t" Judge.
The roll committee were present, Mr. |
Horum arriving soon after the hearing
was begun: There wen- a number <>r
witnesses present, bill not a single spec
tator outside of the newspaper" repor?
ter:! and the Mayor's son. who was
present to talk If he could throw any
light on the subjects at issue. Thu com?
mittee decided that young Mr. I'ettll
could not assist in the matter, and la?
wns not placed on the stand.
Mayor Pettlt was Ihe llrst witness to
take the stand. Me said thut >m Tues?
day night he was nil.-.-el. because he
did not wish to say anything lo damage
tlie Commissioners or s'ir up strife.
Alter thinking over th.- matter ho had
decided to place himsell right befbrt '
the public. When lo appeared Tuesdaj
night In- did so w ith n<> feeling against
He- Commissioners. Ii.- said he had
been in this community tor nearly fifty
years, and had I.n guilty of no act he
wns ashamed of. Tie- Mayor seemed
very earnest in his remarks, and sin.we,;
that he was still smarting under the
letter of the Commissioners, printed
some I line ago.
"it was made t<> appear last Tuesday
that I was the one who hud Insulted the
Commissioners, when I am going to
prov e I was ihe one Insulted," said Ihe
Mayor. He said that many ofllcers had
been sent to raid houses of Ill-fame,
when he. us Mayor, could bring every
disreputable woman in Ihe city to his
olllCe in an hour. He said lie had bei
charged by Mr. Vordler with being in
collusini'i with the devil ami others,
am mov them Itill Dey, a city otllcllil.
He considered Mr. Hey a very reputa?
ble citizen. He had been insult.-.i time
ami again in his oflice by the Commis?
sioners. IL- w.-nt over events that had
transpired lit tin- secret sessions of the
l.oard. mentioning the time when his
son had been Insulted by Olllcer Ludy.
"At one tittle." said the Mayor, "Jit.
Vcrdler came Into my office and jumped
on me with, boiii feet. He then w.-nt
around and talked about it " captain
Holten had don.- i!: ? name tiling. 11
? li.l not agree with the Commissioners
In all cases. Me did r t blninc them for
differing wltli I.im. but he objected
when they tri. d to cram their opinion!
down his 111 rout
lie had advised Captain Hoi to n in h
brotherly spirit, but bad been repulsed,
lie w.-nt into office as the Mayor ,.r the
p. opie of Norfolk, ma of any party.
Mr. Vcrdler had said In him that he had
no sens, , lb- had begged Captain lioi
t. Hi the Pilot bllici and havi
on.- of his interviews with Mr. Verdler
suppress tl. Cuptuin Hoi ton did >?<. be
citusi i; whs calculated to stir up strife
in his pat l> .
"I ,!?> not u i. h to disparage -.be efforts
to w- good government, for a
gr.-ai deal .>s good work in- . i.it dorn
by Ihe ;.. ;i . fot't e." He |::,.| not I.II
given credit o r anything In- had done,
but he almost da-.ty gave Information
ami advice to th- t rhlef of Police, "i inly
In ility i it formed him of a house of ili
fnn.ti liertaudii stri.-i. The present
Chief does no! make leports lo me ol
what he has done. Captain Iredell al?
ways dhl, I--, i.us.- he was a strict dis?
ciplinarian. Two or ihree w.ks ago
Church Lewis cuine 10 me and coin
plained against two men .luty oh
Avon street, claiming he was persecu?
ted. IahvIs asked thai any oilier nun
mi ihe force 1..- pet there, i wohl to
Chief Kin,; und asked him If In- could
pill two other men on thai heal, and
was told by th.- Chief that there were
not two other men on the force who
could bo n n: led. I did not believe Hit
Chief. The iiext morning the storv
cam.-..tit in th,- Pilot. Everything done
III my oflice is i.-|..ii-d i-, th.- Police
Coniliiissloiii rti and the I'll it. i am
constantly shadowed by the police fore,
and men around the station-house. Ii
I did anything I a.I they would know it.
The men report everything to tin- com?
missioners I., stand w.-li with them.
Everything I do is ie| irlod lo Ihe Coln
ndssloiicfs i have seen policemen und
detective.-, loafing iibOul my office."
Mayor's Clerk VVm. P. (Iregory was
next .ailed, n.. Wus asketl to state
in- recollect Ions as t<> what had passetl
between tin- Mayor ami Commissioners,
lb- was present when the Mayor lintl
been insulted on .Tune ?7th. Here the
cb-rk ili-ew from his poi i.et ti lengthy
p..p.-i- nnd weht bvi r the its -i - ? .? ><
meeting on that day, giving th.- Ma- 6|'?
remarks to the in her loniiiiissidimi?.
The i-o. ords were very full ami at One
point in the meeting on thai day Mr.
Verdler bad referred to ns rlngsleh
Judge Hi..ok.. Judge Thomas II. Wlli
cor; and othi is.
Ex-Police s.rg.aiit Win. l.owerv
was calb d. lie told about raids he had
mad.- on haust i? of ill fame while on the
lone. In Ihe first raid he had mad- lie
arrested ti negro woman and a white
man. The woman was brought to trial,
but Commissioner Hol ton hud come to
htm the next morning and begged him
i.oi to Illing the man to trial. At one
time he iv? nt '. Mr. Verdler'* oflice with
ex-Chief Uchman and Mr. Itehman was
told that Mr. Verdler did hol want Jus?
tice A sublime. In th,- statlon-housi ; that
Justice (Iregory had done g.I work
for ihe purl) and lie wanted him t
have the Hii: IllCSS. Ho hud I.;i lie
tailed by Commissioner (.Verdler
shadow ( apt M. J. VolfWs and li)
io barn something of his ehnrnctet
The reason for shadowing Ca pi. Vel
lines w;,.- hi can th he w'ris suing the tw<
commission! i lie had trletl to in,inc.
parties to test Ify against ("apt. Velllnes
Mr J. II, 11)11 was called. He sali
Mr. Vcrdler had told him the Mttyoi
was an . hi fog)'. This occurred in Mr
V. i tiler's .. arid the evidence of Mr
Hill WUS Mile.I out.
Ex-Chief Rcbman said he didn't thitil
the force was ever organised.
Mr. lirolighton?"\\'iiy didn't you or
ganize it ?"
(Continued on Third Page.)
liim.nl t?t l'l-Jrif.
Washington. D. f.. Sept. 2S.
e-1 The iMtroint'ler has risen east of
t _..? i tin' Mississippi except In Florida
n I"Aln : anil ai Northern Rocky Mountain
|_j stations, it lins fallen rapidly
I- rrom Texas northward over the
Dakotas, and It Is hi?h over the
lake region und north of .Montan?.
it is colder except In the southern por?
tion uf tin- South Atlantic States. The
weather has I.n generally fulr, hut loeul
showers are reported In Texas. Minnesota.
and North Dakota, it Is 1? to IS degrees
cooler in ih. Northern States ??ast of Ihe
Mlsslsslp) i and Tennessee und Nor)h faro.
Una. Cool, lair weather will continue on
the .Miami.- (Vast Stales north of Georgia.
Tin temperature will rise slowly In the
I'm- \'ii clniu: fair: easterly winds; no
hange in leui| erature.
For Ninth Carolina: Fair, followed by
ncreaslng cloudiness; northeasterly
winds; cooler in southerly portions.
POUT CA I.ION DAK.
Sun rises. 5:58; sun sets, ;.:">;!. liitth wa
ler, a. in. and 5:2S p. in. i.ow water.
II :3i a m. anil 12 in.
.Maximum tempi rat lire.82
M in in. hi n temperature.70
Normal temperature deduced from 24
l> part tire from nor mit I.plus 8
Departure sine,. Jamiury 1st.93
Rainfall for twenty four hours.0
Rainfall since 1st of month.iw
J. j. (!KAY,
Among Our Col toil Men.
Ti \us. Arkansas ami Memphis report
showers. Cooler, clear weather else?
where ill the CottOll bell.
Spot eiiitiin in Liverpool advanced
l-32d, with sales of 15,000 bales. Con?
tract market closed very IIrm. 10-6'ths
to 11-041 hs advance.
Liverpool sold 101,000 bales of cotton
during tin- past week, ngainst 7s.mm
bales last year.
Future contract market in New York
dvunccd '.i io 11 points, closing steady.
October, 8.64 to 8.65; January. 8.85;
March, 8.96 lo 8.97; sales, 378.800 hub s.
New York spot market advunev?d
l-se.: Norfolk market advanced l-4c;
othci markets advanced l-16c. to l-8c.
Cotton movement for tin.- past week
is as follows:
1895 1894 1893
It Vis I". S. ports.147,981 200.598 101,191
Kxp'ts from LI* S.. 40.S7I 104.387 50.676
St oik at ports_441,714 377,142 416.952
K'. 'ts Intc'r lo'ns.ll5.063 150.405 128.781
Kit's. prnta'tn..l70,4S6 226.947 193.100
Urought Ih sight. 190.986 249,245 2I2.6S1
Crop in sight_4S5.S75 608,647 469.312
New Orleans' receipts to-day ate esti?
mated at from 6,000 to 6,500 bales,
agulnst 12.486 bales last year and 10,896
bales in 1S93.
To l.enve 'to-Day.
.ludgc Win. U. Martin, of the Court
? ?I Law ami Chancery, leaves to-day for
Minneapolis. Minn., to attend tin- gen?
eral convention of the Protestant Epis?
copal Church of the United States,
which meets in that city on the 2d of
October. The Judge is one of the lay
delegates from the diocese ot Southern
Virginia, other delegates from Virginia
being CoT. Robert R. With, . :-, of Wythe
i lib . \*h ; Mr. W. W. Old. of Norfolk,
nnd Mr. f. K. Holland, of Danville.
Th.- clerical delegates an- Rev. Ii. t>.
Tucker, ,.f Norfolk: Rev. .lohn .1. Lloyd,
of Lynchburg; Rev Dr. Mentte, of
ItOQtioko, ami Rev. Dr. McDrtdo, of
,\ IMtiiii nail simple ItniNou. Why.
I:. , .ms. Mrs. Raphel is going out of
business ha.- rented her store .ml ami
sold her fixtures Is why she Is sell
ing her stock of shoes at eist and in
most in: tar.ies less than cost. They
must boi sold at some pile.-. Rem em
hot the number, no Church street, cor?
ner Plume str.--.-i.
For c?rrei t gla
\ f is.
The annual meeting of tin- stockholders
of Hi- <; l. !\SU< >W l ?KVHLOPMENT ? !OM
PANY will P.- held ai the office ol tho Boe
retnry. No :,i> Main street, Norfolk, Va.,
on THURSDAY, the lutii day ot October,
IS95, at 12 O't lock in,
WALTER F. IRVINE.
Norfolk. Va., Sept. 26, IS95. se26-tdm
VOTICK?TIIK ANNUAL MPKTlNti (i till
? HtK-kli : .-r- ff ihn .-Oltl'ot.s' \Mi i . tb i
1 ISA i:a LdtOAIJ ' tl.MI'AN l will b- hcldsi me
? , i.f ih. ? . in;"Uv, in th. , i v ? i Norfolk, \a.
nn I 1: i ItSPA "i. die lird day ol fit io n. 1-9*.. ot I'J
o'< I.i k in.
? '. 11. Kl.l rOTT, See rt:c v
Nuaroi.K, V.t ,.Scpl. t'lli, ISO.*.. nelS-tdiii
Ailinual Alceiiti i?,
NORViil i.. V t.,A'lcnst 31, l.sl''
V 1ST: CK TRI! ANNCAI. MITT N' i OK 'fill
i osh Ider? ,.i ? ?'ki ll N'UKI Ul.K COM
PANi oill i e In? ?I id Hie rooiu?oi ihe Kusin??i
Mi n'l Avoo atlob, in i '?<?,m ol Norfolk en MON
l < \ i, ili ?. nib nai e Sjpictrih-r, ma.*., al tie eloek
TISCHLER September 27th, 1895.
his I.ite resldence.No. 200 Church stri
MORRIS TISCHLER, aged 44 years
ami !? mouths.
The fllItem! will take place from th'
residence SIN DAY MORNING tit II
on IMLI.O? LOII.-JM iV0RK5|
in, 1:3 and 115 Bank St.,
KOIIFOI.K, - - . VlltOINIA.i
1 argo Stork of Finiabod
MONUMENTS UNO HEADSTONES.
Oj, 1.v...i, lot IMMl.PIAli. nl.l-n i.i;>
Do vcu wish 10 ucc.ipv me pnoicgrnpncrs M
in" course you do. full this w.ck at th
rdtidlo of .1. .1. FA1IER, Main street
tu au ei Ohl Marli. ' Rtpiare, and secur
the advantage o: his special rates fc
this week only. ac22*su, we.ea
There's a goodness about THE HUB'S Roy's School Suits at JZ.PT-a re
luhlllty that shows up In ?.very garment?and make* them the equal ot any
f-I.CQ garments elsewhere. You don't want those "run-together," no ac?
count Suits that fall to pieces after a months' wear. Materials must bo
right ?styles correct?lit and finish as good us the best. There's where
THE HUB cutches you?and on the price question, too. It Isn't giving;
goods away?you're not asking for charity. But it" these wonderful ONE
PRICE and choice qualities don't cast In the shade nil other", places?THE
lil'H will take the goods back and REFUND -MONEY ON APPLICA?
KSF'Mail Orders for Boy's School Suits, when ac?
companied by Cash, will receive Prompt Attention.
207 and 20?S [Viain Street.
CANVAS AND SHOES, STOCKINGS
MOLESKIN AND SWEATERS.
JACKETS, M^'J GUIDE FOR %
NOSE AND ALL THE RE
HEAD MASKS. quireMENTS OF
37- MAIM STREET.
Young Men's Christian Association.
The President's Opinion.
In remitting hin subscription to tho
Washington Association recently, I'real
ili'iii Cleveland sent the follow Im; leitei :
Washington, March -i. i?v4.
James l?. I'tiuh, Ks<|., Secretary, etc.
Dear Su- ? I am somewhat familiar with
Touiik Men's Christian Association work
?ml in my opinion li shouht i><- encouraged
by all wii>> desire the Improvement and
elevation of our young men.
I cheerfully enclose mv chock for Jim
to aid in extending the usefulness of the
Your" m i.-. truly,
A llmtlcd membership in the Associa?
tion i nrfts 12 a ;?> hi
Pull membership, Including Clymnnslum
mi mum hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, B&USHE3.
Polish Plate and Winuow Glass,
i on' .man A M Ml i ink'/. PUKE
in.in -mini: > paints. e\buy
(iAlXON soi.D under a BIND.
1n(! Ul AIUNTEE.
COOKE, CLARK & CO
Tlio tr.un|i life Insnrnnce ..roiiI-i who tri-*
to a ske yon belio.e Ibst nay other regular
life imaisuee company par.<< ?? large uvi
ileinlii or vurplus im tho Northwestern
Mutual, ii gniltv ..; deception bj turn.; in -.
Il.ft'liii); IIA I ids. which no l oans: mail
wonl.l eiii|iluv oi eshii.it. as llioy are luu-lti
op t.i c-ro.iti) ii false iniprssiton
D. Humphreys & Son,
Gli.YI. AOENTd NOllTUWESTEIiNi
Cap?, Umbrellas and Canes
l. mi Mii & go.
111 rvi/XHM STREET
INTERESTING TO VISITORS
COIIOH STATES INTERHATSONAl EXPOSITION
AT ATLANTA, GA.
ii RKRNARD, or Newport News, Va?
opened up a Nrsi ??lass liukcry und Lun< Ii
Rooms, uii?" liiock rrom Main entrance tu
ihe exposition, corner I'ledinont avenue
and Thirteen street. Atlanta Visitors
from Viritltllll will do Well lo tak.' a hus*
it in I'nlon depot for ."? cents, which will
hrliiK llieni up lo the door of Thirteenth
street, corner Piedmont. PIrst-class
rooms attached at the most reasonable
prices. Don't takii the electric ear The>
chance ten cents, ami then you hive ?,?
Wliere can our housekeepers find
I the highest grade of Table Butter.
Well I reflect a moment, at the old
I reliable house ?
[No. 43 Market Place,
Price for tc-day, 27c per pound.
DOYLE & SMALL,
146 Main Street,
FJii siuics How many. (I +r &
j Fair Ptic s. r
Ifienecl s ?pes.
j SOMETHING NEWT
New Ruck wheat, sclf-ralalnijr. New
Maple Syrup, Prcsh Water Ground .Meal.
Complete slot k Pancy Groceries.
J. R. BRIGGS,
No. 1 Commercial Mice, Old
I_ Market Square._
UP TO DATEI
Duniop & Younian's Styles,
j orvjuv 3- 3 OO. AT
Walter J. Simmons Ccv.
MAIN STKI&?'& \
' LOWEST PRICES. V;