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O TAR VING won't cure Dys
v-' pepsia. Vou need nourish
merit, and to Rot it you must make the
Btomach and bowels digest your food;
that is what
arc Tor. One after each meal, and the
most stubborn case of Dyspepsia laud
that is everything) will disappear. White
Wrappers if constipated, yellow if not.
?scciiuaidruguivtt* Send to m fji i ?cetan|ite.
PL J. a. DRAKE CO..
Kingston, New Votk.
WANTED?a young man as salesman to
solicit orders on the road lor tailoring.
Address W. I'.. tills Office. se'.'T-:U
Do NOT answer this advertisement un?
less you want a good bookkeeper; will
accept a position a bookkeeper or as?
sistant, best ' iiy and state reference
Wily Not? Caru Virtfihiau. ae27-3t*
fiCO?Active pai liier wanted with J.vW to
talc<- half Interest in -'ate. eooii paying
business, established nine years. Ad?
dress PARTNER, Virginian oflioe.
WANTED?Bright young hoy. not under
10. to Irani the newspaper mailing busi?
ness: um- with knowledge of type?oettlng
preferred Addreaa "M. care Vlr
r.lnian office soSS-tf
\\; .\NTEb-lly ailut? lnk- br.u-e a bright youth,
it Altaic*.- in own hand ?ritiui! trtiii refercu !?.
BCSIXESl.lhitonW, act 3
] WANT I'lVE KX.PKIUENCED ItUILPIKi
1 aad Loan Soil lore -?!! ac<iuahtted lu Norl Ik
ami adjacent ton >. Will pay i-alury trltlicou
i lialwti In I on W. M. PAr.h, at Atlantic Hotel
Nki f,ii <. I r: ween '? ami t p. iu. aut-tt
CALKSMI'.N?Wc trill ltud aum.lej aud |*ay good
CI -alary :iu<l ? t; cases, ,,r bin ? ouuui at >n, io pro
rer a|ip leim; .?>.???- --M readily; experience, un
eecca . r . Addrets, p u. ISM n. y. i ity.
\\'AN Hl? .- Ii SM EN.?I ncrgctla wen to tell
It goo ? by aatupla at non e, or I ravel eaay ?e
ktaple govi : id nil aalnry m good toniutUalon,
a-Jdo-.. r . Bos ill).. New York i lly.
aum-t i. -a v. t
AOe.N'IS make dalle. Marvelon? Invention,
net:..la it i .'iii.si. i im in >r. sample
Ba.-i 1-1 I :.!.! . I'OHSUKK&MAKIN, Cin lonatl.n.
IF yOU W ANT A S.MALI. BIBLE OR
a large Bible or a cheap Bible be sure
und examine the elegant line at Nus?
baum'.-. 125 .Main street, Norfolk. Va.,
and you will save a great deal In price
ami qualltj .
DEBllEn NBVVYY?TtTARiiis in i ri at va ietv
II ontiit'ly new dMsiKUn .. pri.ci for ?> m j.'.
Mat ordeia .illy and pr.,Miiil? tilled. MS
BAUM S.l-'S Mainairaet, N.,n. P.. Va.
NPW t'fiPPI ATXAItOUTCnANniNQ
"tat iitbCO ilia Kentiirosund Itoniov.
Ins llicmlshes.ln l'o p. book ror n sump,
?lohn 13. Womlhtirj-, |?; w r..i SI ..\. \ .
Inventor ot WoodtMiry'a Facial Soap.
PRESCRIPTIONS pcoueSd6d. roi<,
J DlTn, Patent Mrdlclnoc Toilet Artlolt.
Clgtra and Tobacco. W. ?? PHII.UP8, Jll
1 KOEllTABEi: AND KM DALMER,
.1. N. J0SK8.
Office IM and rc-itleace 11* Cuniberlaad atrteu
All oideis promptly attended to.
I OK Mil.
Pi >k SALE CHEAP -Oho Hue Milch Co?
119 Brewer street, Norfolk. Va. se28-2t*
Kin sali-: An old ostabllshetl Bakery
well equipped; oVcn und tools in e0o,i
order; bun: lease, and at present time
doing a paying business Address B?K.
krv. caie Virginian office, seia-::*
1,"'>1: -ALI ? A I nit oi a I of Hce< Ii ?iove l ann I
i Uta. Ii r i ?.....-? be I'rliiceta Anne
county, Aho iriit tliar.; ol coru crop, household
fiirhi'iire, bay, Ai Puii poise-, inn uow, other on
orb na.- at .tanuaiy issft, Apply to N E IA
MAN. * etnp w Hi ?, oi J. V. LEIlill. I- Hank
atr.-it. Norfolk. ryw
tot! KEN r.
p ul: ilENT ONlTciK RUBT BU81NB8S
I stands in Suffolk, stole :v'x7.V 7 looms
over steie. will add curt houSo for good
tenant, It deal roil; n rare liargaln. Apply
to 1)1'M VI LLK li OLIVER, box -77. Sul
ijOB RES I' I in: i - ?a ileairnblewkarfpro|M>rtr.
I Apply to IRJt III N PAUK, S3 Urauby at reel,
.Nobby Scotch suitings for general
Went NICHOLS ,\ WALLACE.
loy Main street.
tVclgliCs, IU? tlnlti sit recta.
We Lave still a few Marseilles
spri ads at 69c . S9c . 98c, si t- and 11.98
each, worth Jl. tl.25, I :.U. 12 and j-?.5(
each, also u line of ladles- hemstitch".I
und embroidered handkerchiefs at i2la
and 25c, each, worth 25 and 60t
a h?w line ol Japanese drapery crepe
Just received, Ifie > ttrd;
The sale of umbrellas will continue
ibis ;i umbrellas for 50c.; $2 um?
brellas for ?i.
WRIGHT'S, 196 -Main street
Iced coffee (simply dciiclos at
Mac's Try it und you will drink noth?
ing else tills warm weather,
irrox'K ?Arn aciifs.
Or you are all warn out. rcaiiv good for nnbi
/ in?. It Is poao'-tl debility. Try
/ BKoifW mom nirrhits.
' ttwlUctti you, clcun-o your liver, und (jiVI
a Kood appetite.
A YOUNG HORSE THIEF
Nineteen Years Old, But a Very Tough One
at That Young Age.
IT TOOK FOUR MEN TO SUBDUE HIM.
UrotiKht Hereby Detective Knstwood
am! Sent Uli lo I lit' t. i ami .lory
Other (Morles io>f Crime us round in
tliu i'oiii i Court -Tl?e E.no umi
A young and innocent-looking while
boy named Albert Johnson was brought
before Justice Lturroughs yesterday,
charged with being the party w'ho stol ?
Mr. George V. Taylor's louse from his
stabil- at tiU Brambleton uveniie on iin
22d Instant. Mr. Taylor placed Ihe case
in Detective Eastwood's hands, und
that otflcer lias been writing and tele?
graphing In various directions since lie
look charge of ihe matter, describing
Johnson, Whom Mr. Taylor suspected <>f
being ihe llilef. ami ?>n Thursday Ihe
Commonwealth's Attorney of d im-. ^
Anne count) came to Norfolk und ih
formed Mr. Eastwood that Ihe suspect
?aa in the Princess Ann.- jail on a
charge of stealing a buggy and har?
ness. Tin- detective went at once to
Princess Anne Courthouse and brought
the prisoner to Norfolk. Ii.- mad* on
defense yesterday, und was sent on to
Ihe grand Jury.
Tin- detective leurned that Ihe accused
after taking the 'horse started for
North Carolina through Princess Anne,
ami on his route stole a buggy ami har?
ness froth a Mr. Atkinson, ami while
trying to sen the oitttli to Dr. I tu urn lie]
was sus|>ected and held. lie fought
desperately against arrest, however.aiid
It took fout men to bring him to jail.
lie is accused of oilier thefts prior lo
Wilt > THREW Till: PITCH Kit 1
While Justice Burroughs was on his
way to ihn Police < tour) yestei day morn?
ing he heard a woman's screams coming
, from the direction of ihe rooms over I he
corner of Plume und Tnlbol sti.is.
His Honor Immediately dispatched olll
errs to the spot, ami ihey shortly re?
turned with .Mafia Webb (colored) in
charge ami several colored witnesses,
athong them a woman named Annie
Gregory, who showed a bandaged
thumb, which sin- claimed was cm bj ?>
I.r Isittle thrown by some on.- mi
known from One of.the rooms above her
occupied by Maria. She further stated
ihat as Slu- was passing up tin- stairs
to her loom mi tin- Urs I Hour a colored
man named Stuitcoy Chalk rushetl past
her. ftinl as lie did so she dodged Just In
time ti> escape being hit by a pitchci
thrown after the man: thai following
tho pitcher culm- a torrent of lieer bot?
tles, glasses, und nrmbl&rs of various
sizes and shape;.until tin- hack yard
was strcjwii with "broken crockery ami
glassware As it could tint i?- proven by
tin- evidence who was tin- offender, his
Honor allowed .Maria lo go on her own
A DANGEROUS PR!BND.
That friends are noi always frlcndl>
was shown hi tin- Polle? Court yester?
day when Henry Edge mdlnriHl) ex?
hibited to ins lion ir i hand cut nearly
in two, which in- itllogcd hnd been don
by his friend, Louise Purvis, dllan Edge
during n quarrel about n trivial matter,
The w ound is a very Bcrldus one, several
? if the lingers being nearly severed from
I the band Dr. Speight dressed the
wound, but It is possible that Hit man
may 1 his hand. Justice Burroughs
sent Ihe womaii oh to the grand Jury
: without hail.
ADMITTED HIS WEAKNESS
. A trank confession by Isaac Keeling
(colored) to Justice Burroughs yester?
day inorhlrig, admitting that he had .-.
weakness for whiskey, ami that In- in
creased the size ami number of his
drink! at this season of tin- year on
account of his firm conviction that i;
was on antidote for chills ami fever.
which h.- was BUbJoel, caused his llolioi
t,. view the charge against him of being
drunk leniently, and Isaac was let on
without u Um- by paying costs.
ST' IOD GUARD 1 >UTY
Tin- natural propensity ol had hois to
disturb their neighbors was demon?
strated yesterday when Albert Bell (col?
ored) was given a hearing before Jns
tic - Burrought. ? harg -l ?Ith being .
of a gang who habitually disturb re?
ligious services at tin- mission, .urn-!
<d Liberty ami Brewer streets It was
brought out in evidence that tin- vsm
khew thai the olllcera were after them,
hut sooner than give up their Imaglnao
sport they selected a setitinid In the |ier
son of llell. whose' duty It was to watch
for the ? ?nicer ami give theni Ihe Hp.
Ofticcr Sherman proved inure vigllani
titan tin- man mi guard, however, am!
succeeded lu capturing him in com pa I y
with another member of ihe ganr
named Henry Butler. There was not
sulllclcnt evidence to line Btillcr, so his
Honor dismissed tin- warrant against
him. lie, however, gnve Bell tho p.-n
nlty of $*. line, und cosls ami twenty
days in jail.
PUGILIST JACKS! >N.
A young colored pugilist named W. II .
Instead of .i?-t?-r. Jackson appeared In
th.- Police Court yesterday in unswei
tin- charge made by Walter Brooks
(colored) for exercising Ids pugilistic
powers against him ami giving him a
blnck eye. Brooks test Hied that while
? ii unite to school lu- mol Jackson on
Church street, and that tin- lallet In?
dividual hm.I lately Invited him to i
round of boxing, which Invitatio)
Brooks declined accept; whereupon
Jackson concluded to show his prowess
without Brooks' consent, ami banged
tin- latter right ami lefi until In- consid?
ered th.- exhibition satisfactory in liim
sell as well us Brooks, Justice Ihn
roughs thought the advertisement ot ins
boxing ability was worth 12 50 and ousts
In him. and tilXI d him w ill, thai
DID not APPKA n.
A motion was made In-fore Justice
Burroughs yesterday by Attorney Ju?
lius T Snutidcrs for Ihe dismissal of
tin- warrant against .1. Samuel Jackson,
charged with betraying Mary N, Lewis
under promise of marriage, on th
grounds that tie- parlies had married,
which under tin- lawswas a bar to con?
viction His Honor was willing lo dis?
miss the warrant by Jnckson paying Ihe
costs, but as In- did nut put in an ap?
pearance tin- warrant still stands
The first cast- called was that of a
one-armed white man named Petei
Short, who came all the way fi. in;
1 den, Utah, u few du>t> ago to beg a
living in Virginia, ills Honor lined
liltu S! ami costs for being a nuisance,
and in- paid Hie penalty \\Hii the re?
mains of money brought front Utah.
N. Crisp (white) ami \\ illlum Colo
(colored), breach of tin- peace: dismissed
with u warning.
I,l<la Foreman fcolored), breach of Ihe
Iteace; Si ami costs.
Cornelius Wilson (colored* criminal
assault: sixty .lays in jail
ConrI ?!' lam nitil Clinuccry.
In the chancery suit of Southgnte
Leigh \s. .Martini R. M..i>.' the defend?
ant's counsels, Mr. Oeorge Mclntosb
ami Hubnrd Hubard, asked leave lo
ill.- her separate answer to the plaintiff's
bill of complaint, which was granted
Mrs. I?. C. Worthlngton ami her son,
accdmpnnled by .Miss n. L. Wilson,
have none to Atlanta. Hit.'
There is a meeting oi unusual Interesl
at McKendree every Mottdtt) nicht at
$ o'clock, conducted by flie pastor, Ret
.1 T, Ma tin
Mrs. .1. 'I'. Muslin ami Miss Blanche
have returned home from their sum?
mering at Bowling Ureen ami other
points of interest.
Mr. W. W. Spann, who has beeil lesld
inr* tit Nimmo's, Princess Anne county,
during t he past months of the j nr. u ill
return to the i lly tu live.
Miss Lullte Williams, of Marshall
avenue, is at home again, bavin;: re
turned from Now York City, where she
ha.i been visiting friends.
The wit'.- ami children of Rev, I' R,
llphum, of Brooklyn, are visiting Ihe
former's parents. Mr. ami Mrs. Henry
Williamson, on Wllloughby avenue.
Miss P?onie Weaver, corner Clay ami
Cluiborric avenues, who was visiting
tin- family of Mr. Thomas. County
Treasurer of Muthews county, return?
ed home yesterday afternoon by steam?
I'lissengers on the street cars from
Brttiiibleton Thursday evening com?
plain of having been delayed seventeen
nilnutes ?>,! uhttof the trips, caused b>
a coal train on the Norfolk ami Wi item
blocking I he crossin::.
.\t iv. T .1. Pi mi. n ami children, of
Windsor avenue, returned home yes
lerdny from Louisa county, where they
spent the summer. .Mi. Prilden, ell
route bom.- by ice Chesapeake ami
Ohio. Joim-d them In Wllllamsburg,
ire. It. l'. Sale Assigns.
Mr. Beiijuiiiln I' Sab-, tin- well-known
liquor dealer and restaurant kueper
ami proprietor Ol the .Mansion House.
,,f this city, generali) regarded as one
? ! Norfolk's wealth) citizens, confess?
ed Judgement in favor Of a number of
creditors ycstordio ami shortly there
aft.-r h.rdod a deetl of nsKignuieiil to
T. R. Borland, trustee of his property
it Nob. SO and 32 Market square, Iiis
property on Cove street, the Mansion
House on Union Btreel ami all his per?
sonal property and real estate, where
over found, for the henclll of Ins cred?
itors, preferring llrsl the payment of a
noio of ?Tihi due ?'. w. Grahdy, ami all
oth. r notes inaib or endorsed by him.
or by him ami his wile. Mary I .. Sab .
Jointly, ami then the payment of Ihe
following amounts due the following
parties in llielr respective order: W. II.
Barnard & Co.. (it,749.0$; George Tail &
Ron. $2.001 IT; W. C. Cobb, SI.???'?t A.
VVrenn ,v Soil. $908.18; Wrenn, While-:
huist ?m- Co.. $266.89; Wilson .v- Drum
inond, $32.1.46; Partners' Manufacturing
Company, about $6,000; lotah SH.033.2S.
Mr. Bale's liabilities are estimated at
about $25,000. The value of bis asset.
?no unknown, but are saf.i lo be* ample
to cover all of his Indebtedness.
At iiinn \ lew.
Despite the drop in tin- temperature
last night the crowd at Ocean View
was up to its high standard of the
week. 'I'lie evening Irhliis \Vere all
rowded. and the popular S f* M. 11 tin
had to be i un in two sections to accom?
modate t lie 11 at el.
Tin- dancing and singing of tie- very
popular .Iuvenile Zwicker sisters was
The ml ? act "I May Lllllo was very
tine ami Baker, the comedian, as usual
drew Ins share of the merited ap?
Little Miss Mae in her cdnl irtion act
pleased tin assembly, ami Do Leon, tin
hit of the w.ek. despite the wind tvilb
blowing a pale, delialltly mounted to hit'
point at the top of the .V. foot pole ami
bravely walked across the live electric
w in-, w hich is suspended feel In the
lit*, The wind was loo high to permit
the display of llrcworks. but Hi enter
tu in me nt was of such a i;oimI nature that
this was eaall) . xcused.
Horse Buyers, tteiiil Tills.
Everybody is aware that the McClen- j
ry-McCtellnn Live Block Company. ?I
Norfolk. VUi, is tile cheapest place in
the whob- country to buy horses and
iniilea. They ultvays have on bund
from Jho to 300. ami next Tuesday they
will have 306 head sell for the hiebest
dollar, at unction.
Dealers, farmers, in fact everybody
that wants a htirse, in the. next six
mouths, will save money by attending
this sale, for this is entirely ton mail)
horses for tills season of the year, and
as we can't hold them tiny will posi?
tively l>e sohl. Remember, you have
twenty-four hours lo try all stock
bought nl auction, and if not us repre
denied, your money will returned as
freely a.- received. Don't fail in attend
Ulis sab-: we will sell all kinds of horses
ami mules, from ihe cheap plow horse
to fancy roadsters foi both ridlrtg ami
Remember, als... our grand special
speed sab- of Kentucky trotters at Ihe
Norfolk Horse Exchange, r>0 Union
-t.I, on October tth, a I 10130a m., the
day before Buffalo Bill's Wild West
show. With one railroad fare you can
attend both show and sale.
\\ , sre Instructed to sell, for account
ot It. K. Hail. 1'oplai Plains. Ky . fifty
!.? a i of ihe best bred ami tlm-st look?
ing lot of young, sound trotting horses
ever shipped lo Virginia. The lot will In?
clude three or four of the lines! Stand
aid brad Hilles, sired by Onward, who
is i In- sir.- of the greatest money win?
ners in 189-1 Norval, record. l'.H :: 4. h)
Electioneer, sire of Arlpn, 2.0< 3-4; also
Gondolier; Disputants, record, lms. ami
We win also seil .Mm Blaine (by Dun?
dee), record 2.30, trial. 2.20, ami Hfty
head of trotters ami saddle horses.
Pedigrees furnished on day of sale
Catalogue, with pedigrees ami de?
scriptions, lew i. adv. ami can lie had
by sending us youi name and address.
I' S. - Sab- will be without by-bidders
or limit. No postponement.
Yours very I nil v.
Till'. McCLEARY-.McCLELLA N LI VE
STot'K COMPANY. se27-3t
You can only this Yoliinan hut
from Goldman .-. HofheUner, m;im
(Concluded from Second Page)
Mr. Itebman- "Uccauife 1 never had
any assistance, sir."
Resuming, the witness said Ihe men
on the force were running direct to the
Commissioners all the time, instead of
coming tu him. He was Chief live
mouths und had Cnpt. Ilolton suggest
things lo him, hut Im refused to net
Upon the suggestions, lie wanted him
tn clean 'Hit the women on lower Church
street, but he emphatically re?
fused to issm llnT'nrdor unless ii came
from the hoard. The Mayor and the
hoard wen wrangling all the time.
Cnpt. Uolton became angry because he
would lud obey his orders Mr.'Ver?
dict1 had ordered him in put olliceis in
front ol every house on Avon ami
W'oiie streets and take the names of
all men entering them, lie refused and
the matt. r v. as dropped.
.\ wrliten order from Mr. Verdler
to Mr. Itebman was read, directing that
Justice Gregory be given equal accom?
modations with Justice Ash burn be?
hind the mil Mr. Verdict' wanted him
at one time I,, swear out a warrant
against x. Ii. Joy lies foi keeping a
gambling house, but In- declined to do
SO. Mr. \""i dler had bcOII In Ihe station
ami changed tic beats ol ihe men in the
when Capt. Rolton had orderet! him
to clean out Church street in- remarked:
"Chief, I want you lo have all the glory
for breaking up lower Church street "
?'Hut I did not want such glory." said
the o.\-( !hlef.
KN-I'.'liei man K, P. Sliowdctl was
next called. Th" Police Comirtlssioners
had given orders to the captains, but he
was a subordinate ofllcei and Knew
nut hing about ii
The defense Was I hi ti i all. il. Capt
Polton Inking the stund. II" said he
was surprised ;.t hearing what he had
bei n said II" was severe on the May?
or, saying he had dm.very thing he
could tu I rin? about harmony in tl"
board 11" said in regard lo the charge
of Mr. Lowery to the effect that he had
Iii- influence in the case of th" while
man that it surprised him. lie had
overlooked many of the Mayor's weak?
nesses, for he had found him u very
weak man. lie said ihe Mayor had
opposed th. order about arresting
Th.- Mayer here denied Ibis,
Cnpt. Ilolton sold he had threatened
to resign If ihe Mayor did not vote foi
it H. said he had moused the Mayor
of Is ing responsible for I wo-third ?>:
the hi tvspuper commenir which Ihe
hoard lind received sohlethm ago.
in regard to th.- Hey episode, he said
he felt a great regard for Mrj i ? ? y and
mentioned troubles which had occurred
between him. th" Mayor und Mr. I>e>
He said In- had never given an ol d : a
a single commissioner t" any incnibi i
of tin- lei... lie denied that he had
given ex-Chief Itcbnian orders t<> clean
. ut Church stieet and claim, d thai h<
had ..nly made a suggestion i" that ef?
fect. As to changing th.- men > :i tie
beats by Mr. Verdler, t'apt. Ilolton
said it wits an order frohl th" board.
II" said he had Strongly . usp. ' te.I
when fhi.f Iredcll was in otllce that
th.- Mayor was the cause of t he ex-i Ihlef
violating a direct order or tin- board.
Mr. I lor urn pressed a question as t..
the legality or the *;.!?? of soda water,
etc.. on Sunday and Cnpt, Ilolton said
th..let forbidding Hie sale of such
articles had booii Issued by tie- Mayor,
but that tlie Mayoi had since glyei pci
mission t.i certain drug stores to sell
sodu witter on Sunday.
The MilV'Or lief' SO I d lie Issued it II
..r.i.r forbidding tin- sal.- of anything
i.n Sunday. 1,111 that the Rev. Sam.
Small had come t>> his house one Sat?
urday night, and upon his representa?
tion that lie- city water was So bad
ntid there wer.- many strangers in town,
I " allowed the sale upon a statement
that the Police'Cointnlssloncrswert)Will?
ing to it. lb- had since learned that
there was a fee in it fur Rev. Sam
Small. H. had bevor granted .1 per
mil to sell ciglir> "ii Sunday.
Mr. Verdict' then look the stand and
started oil by defending Rhv. Sam.
Small, who he claimed as a friend lie
made his stat< merit as to his part in
changing Ihe heats of the men. say im;
it was an nrdci of the Hoard. He found,
upon a visit to the stntlon-hoosc, that
there was an liicom|k>tcney in ihnklng
what is culled a "round robin." Then
he paid h veraI compliments to himself
upon hl? ability' t<> handle men. Chief
Itelininn frequently visited his olllcc to
get suggestions, ("Rixens had come t>.
him and reported violations Of Ihe liq?
uor inw. That was why he had sug?
gested to Chief Itebman the plan ..1
pint lug men in front of houses to take
th. names of visitors, lie dohounceti
as absolutely incoiasfct the records of
Clerk tlregory, of th. Police Hoard, In
reference to the meeting of Juno i!7th
He denied Hint he had ever used the
name of Judge Rrooke and Wlllcox Im?
properly If lie hud ever Used tliell
names otherwise liiere wer.- not men
enough in lb.- CltJ to make him den} it
He raked .r lh" past, but now' apol?
ogized to the Mayor on account oi Ills
age and ministerial Capacity, for every?
thing In- had ever said about hint. II?
said he regretted it very much.
As to the letter introduced as ;.1
der concerning Justices Gregory ami
Ashhurtl. Im had only asked that .Ins
tiee tlregory be given equal act.inn.
da lions with Justice Ashbnrn. As t-.
the Velllnes matte:, detailed by 1 x-Si 1
geant l*o\very, he said he did not rc
member having given any such detail
to th" OX Sergeant. He might haw
asked him if he heard certain Illings
about certain incu lo let him know . 11
wits rarely a policeman ever came to
see him. except lor Information.
As to Hie matter of printed regula
lion.-. Mr Verdlei said there were no
funds to pay for printing. He said he
would have th" regulations printed.
As to the Mayor's assertion that Io?
was shadowed, Mr. Verdler laughed
Hi- raid no .me had ever told him
anyone in the Mayor's oITlcc. lu re?
gard to the Lewis case Mr, Verdler said
he had heard of the matter, ami that
Church Lewis would stand as much
Watching as tiny man In town. Lewis,
he said, had been running policy shops,
sal ., ns. and things of that kind.
In concluding Mr, Verdierdenied that
he had eVer said thai the Mayor was
in collusion, ami said he wanted lo see
the whole mat lei chared lip?that he
wanted to see the Mayor attend the
meetings of the It.d
Regarding the Mayor's Assertion that
lie had snid It served him right"
when spok.11 to regarding the treat?
ment of his son by Olllcer Ludy, Mr.
"Gentlemen, if l was going to die this
minute 1 would swear on my dy ing bed
I never said It served him right, I
hope 1 may die this minute if I did."
Capt. Rolton then m'ado a statement
ns to the alleged charge or Olllcer Sher?
man going up to a man on the street
and smelling his breath to see If he hail
THE VIRGINIAN'S DAILY HtHIS TO HOUSEKEEPERS
BILL OF FARE ( I OR 10 ? MO&RGW,
14 ort MUM r.l
SUNDAY. SEPT. 29. 1S95.
Grapes. On (men I. Veal Cutlets.
?alii'.i Potatoes. Chicago IP-'!
Cherry Marmalade. Coffea
Veal ami Ttiploon Soup, Siituiht-rcd
Mashed Polntoi s linked Corn.
Colerj Suing Uenit So lad
Cui nuil Jelly. While, Bread,
Oyster Crackers an I Milk. Broad and
VEAL AND tai.a s.il'f ,
Three pounds of neck or scran of veal,
the bones well broken and the meal cui
small: one turnip, me uiil-m rtiilf ? op
tn)>loca, two bla les innce, i wo loasi won
fills salt und on.??half i>- |.|> ?; , two I n
Bnoonsfuls celery esscno . three iiunrts
cold water. Pour in. i the meal In I ho.
colli water, ami ns soon n<j it conies to
boiling point skim carefully Add vcr.
einbles, s?ilt nhd pepper: e.< >u stowiy
three hours. Sdtik tit pit en ?? uric !? n -Hi
? a' time in one small c ip of milk: cook a
few moments; strain,
been drinking, and then Chief Kim:
said that the Mayor hud boon seitlous
in ili<- matter of breaking up dlsrepul i
Clerk Gregory made a repl) t>> Mr
Verdler, claiming thai the Commis?
sioner did use 1I4,- mimes ??: Judge
Brooke a nil Wlllcox in Ilm mi i ling ot
June .:7tli. while Chiel King said Hull
he was present, did not heur the name .
mcntionetl ami thought that a prayer
meeting was in progress at ihe I hue,
Then everybody present laughed and
the commit loo udjoui ned,
Sell s ? il eus.
Bells llro's.nulled shows and cirrus
cite to,, pi 11,?rui.i in*, s here to-day, af
teriuion ami night, ami those who want
to see i> really llnc'v-hcus should be
on ham) early, .'-. lb. circus Is one of
ibe best in tin. country ami their me
lingerie Is something wtirl.li seeing.
The press und public unite hi Riving
Sells high praise for lliti itiugiiilici-itt
p. rtormanc.-s they give, Look nut for
Ihe grand sircel parade this morning
Lulu, who is known throughout the
country, Ii) wllh Sells, as Is also lb.
?Cnstello brothers, Ihe hitter natives ol
Valuable House mill Lot ill Indian.
It. dir.ion of I a. I*.me. Irtish c.
Ii l, Page & r... will sell at n net Ion at
Ihe Mai Ksiate Exchange III '-' til. ip
dayi thai valuable hotise und lot sllii
ited on ihesntith side of Washington
Mreel'. inst east ol O'Keefo street. Said
:..t fronts 30 I- .1 w Uli a depth of t:;n feel
Tcrins. one-third cash: ha la i. in six
and tw.lv-- month:', secured by h dei.'tl
of trust and beitrihg t; per cent, ihiter
tliu >>uii Ktilcrctl.
I.... s. ? >v ? i man. administrator on Ihe
estate of .1. It. Lanier. ?1.used, lias
enteret] suit in the Court of Law ami
Chai.iv itinilnnl Brlscoe B. Bouldii?,
l> ii. Kggloston, M. M. Martin ami I..
I! Shields in an Motion of .Pl.t oil t vv .
Imnds for the sum of $20..?
.New l.lllll-ll ttOllill.
Mr. W. T. Ilcnnelly, n well known und
popular young gentleman of this cliy,
i :.: opened a new lunch room at No.
Main street, almost opposite Tnlhol,
where be win be pleased to sec his
friends ami the public, generally
tu du- I mi.uno Persons
Who have lately visited Port Norf oil'
th. general opinion is that it is the most
ileslinblc sl.P foi homes and for In vest?
ments on Norfolk harbor, and since the
equipment of ihe electric railway it is
? liglble to i be business men of the Miroi
cities. Pure air and water, large lot.-,
low prices, low tuxes, cheap living.
??? hols, chili"! lies hnd all modern udvan?
tages, wllh the, cerliilnty of rapidly In?
creasing values, vine I > general develop?
ment ami the local I.i ihe Southern
railway terminus in vicinity, Vesti?
b?le electric cars encli way every half
hour Call on m \v Mason, Columbia
building, Not folk, Va.
t'l-flll lleclinc In Itetllil Price ol Ho?
'lie great change in price of all kinds
oi hosiery Is most wonderful. Lev y
Bros., 1,1 Main Street, have secured
Ullic v..lei fill values As they only
buy in lari;e lots direct from ihe Im?
porters ami manufacturers, they arc
abb- to sell hosiery for less than man)
lea let's pay for the same class of goods.
(In,! on will serve sora with his 2?
IN :;t supper lo nicht. Hudson bads
em all Everything choice.
We opened lo-dity a beautiful line
? ?: undressed tvosteds. from Jeiinlngs,
Welch a- Co., London They invite
NICHOLS & WALLACE,
I CD Main street.
\\e nre sole agents for the You man
Hat. tSoidman .\ Hofhelmer.
A speed reduction in sterling sllvei
for Ue month of June Bridal pies
ehts very low. Chapman a- Jnkcman
The nrd,1,n st lin. of hats to found in
Norfolk can be found at Goldman .si
Over 600 people fitted with glasses in
Norfolk by Dr. WECK, ami no com?
plaints. P. 11. GALE. 152 Main St.
Exclusive designs in English irons
?ri lo i>e found only on our counters.
NICHOLS & wallach.
IC9 Main street.
Hudson will serve soia with his 25
cent slipper to-night. Hudson leads
'cm all. Everything choice.
Do your glasses suit you? If not so,.
Dr. WECK. 162 Main St.
When Baby was sick, vva navo kor Cnstorla.
When sho was a fluid, she cried for Cattorla,
Whca she became Miss, sho chin^ lo C'ustorla,
Whoa sli a hud Cbildrou, she guv a theo? Caatoruv
All glasses tltt<-d bv Dr. WECK Kuur
anteed by F. H. GALE, 102 Main St.
und aches (if ;vn annoying nature, a torturous nature, a danger?
ous nature, can be quickly and surely cured with Pain-Killer.
As no one is proof against pain, no one should be without
Pain Killer. This good old remedy kept at hand, will save
much suffering and many c alls on the doctor. I-'or all sum?
mer complaints of grown folks or children it has stood with?
out an equal for over half a century. No Lime like the present
to get a bottle of
Hold everywhere. The quantity lire? hern doubled hut the prleo remnlns
the same, S5?. Look out lor wol'thlCKH mutations, buy only tbu genuine,
bearing tbu name?l'KIIIIY Davis ,C Son.
Oaou moro crento the leadership tor our hou-o in Hid Clnlhing Unat
hob* fur I8!)f> 'DO, Tho post ?ns prent, Wo propose to tuaUe tlie
V*1 preeonl ami litluro grimier. We'll lower every record for low prices? ftf
Lif^ eveu uur own. We're determined to utovo the ojoodtt out ? a carload a
duv it uecosserv.
II ROT LBOKiriG FOR PROFITS I
Discounts ]ila> n grout and imporlatit part in our volume of bmi
nets Do yon oatch on? None ho blind as tboao ttuwilling to Hee.
l'.viry 11 it y from thin on Newor and Newer l.ols ol oubt lbtu^s in Pull foj
i lot III II?. i*
School lime in now. Wo'ro ready, and ?otiud the bugle for
I y^S niotbera to mill aud examine.
SI lifi Children's Suit*, Oottott Mixed, now fi5a
S'2 IHI Cotton Suits, a hurgaiu at 31 (Id
?l) Children's .Suits, very nest, now si Uti
$2 7,*> Cbildroirs Suits, a wonder; now id 8I.0O
8 ; 00 Children'.) SuilS, all wool, yours ut Ill)
? r.O Children's ^nitn. Worsteds, T*euda und ('u^-anuuro?, S'2 50
SO O'J Children's Suits, imported Ooods, l to in, at 98.00
Kutmuh already in Men's Smut to give you u hutisluctury choice.
Prices will inlereet yoa. (live tbntu u look.
- - - - Virginia.^
r immense success of the past season un?
mistakably proves the power of
We make it our business to study the inter?
ests of our customr::.
Double Width Cashmere, all colors, 10c
Double Wi<lth Dress Goods, in changea?
ble cfleets, a! I ~ i-c per yard.
Dress flannel, 30 inches wide, all new
Fall Shades. 25c per yard.
Double Width Camel's Hair, all wool, 40
Best [ndigo Blue Prints. 5c per yard.
Apron Cheeks. 3ic per yard, sold every?
where for 5c.
Calicoes, Ironi 1 to 6 yard lengths, worth
f>c. we sell at 3ic per yard.
Save Money by Buying your
DRY GOODS at
252 CHURCH STREET?