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PEOPLE YOU KNOW.
Hundreds of prominent peo?
ple in your own i-iiy. not In Min?
nesota or Colorado.
SAY QURATOL CURES.
You can. therefore, afford to
try It- -
PRICE 25 CENTS.
I EYE5 DCAIilMED FREE |
5? a--s\7 GRAM 3Y STREET*-0 -?
? GLASSES ACCUffATZiy ADJUSTED. \
ttffe- -^r -7 ?? *S -f -cr 5s? S t>Ttii
W. K. H. Trice Sc Co.,
Real Estate and Rental Agents.
'?!'.' BANK sr.
10Cll \K OTfE SI
189 DIN E.
turn i:m: n.v >T
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12S If IK SI kEI
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m FAI KLANP,
S :i..'.! ; i II PUCH.
-; * AltMtu TH
Ja MARINER STREET. SI i vi.ki..m
IIS, 131 BANK,
COG M MKS P.
J AUKS XT.
hs PERRURS n avi:
cj: Lovm avi .
VSi i Hi lten.
IUI i ill RCIIj
411, ?1 ' UMUERCB.
I2J w ILLOl UHliY.
Tiie tramp UTo Innnranca jiroiim wli > Irl i
to make you believe tbut uui otbur tegular
life inaurauoe company payi ?h large .it.
deuil? or tlirpllll :i- llie Nortlnv.-nioril
MutithI. it i;n;iiv o deception by mini; IU a
leading RATIOS, which no lionetl mau
woul ?. employ ot cxhil it, m tUoy ..ro made
up:.i orento h t.dn ? iniDrc*<iou
D. Humphreys & Son,
UEN'I, AGENTS NORTHWESTERN
Burruss. Son & Co..
Comiuorji.,1 ru.I other luiUnosd pupor Ji<
i.i im negotiated nil favorable lermt,
i uy Pou.ls hu 1 oilier leourltie* u loghl
in-, u- ??? receive . ?u I aeconuta iuvital,
iiiiou-r-i allowed on i me ilepo.it?.
Bute l)cpo-it I lose* lor unit Ctiargai
Draw Bills of l-'xckuuge buJ niAlto .able
trAU-fer- tu l.uropa.
Leiter- ol vre Jit i-2UL-,i -..i i i incipal ? itlet
ol tie- world. ool7
MATER & CO.,
1 KAI Ell-S IN
Railroad. SI earn boa I and
4 and6 West Market Square,
r-J crfo I U. Via.
?We Haie a To? I.ell I'liuio and See
Ladles' put. tip Oxfords.:;7>
l-adii-s' tan oxfords.4c
Childs' pat. tip button, 9 to il.E.
Clillds' tan button, S to 11.G2c
Misses' tan button, 12 1-2.J2e
Rubber sole shoes, r> to T.in.
Jiubber sole shoes, 2 p> r..;s ??
Many other bargains nl Hellers' One
Price She,- store, 4ti Bank street, oppo?
Our Ullj er,
"Who is now In New York, has just
shipped twenty cas.-s and Pul-s. win, it
open to-day. One case best Apron
Checks, 5c. yard: 200 Chenille Cover?.
39c. each; 1 case LTtlca Sheeting. 19c.
yard: 1 case Canton Flann.'l. ;'.<-. yard:
1 east- Linen Crash, ftc. yard; 100 dozen
extra large Linen Towels, 12 l-2c each;
JfiO dozen Fast Black Seamless Socks,
lOe. pair; l case Ladles' Past Black
Seam'iess Hosi'. 10c. pair: latest styles
Fall Dress Goods, from il' 1-lv. to Si
yard. For superior goods at low prices
visit tin- Modern Bargain Store, Levy
Brothers. 174 Main street.
A lMain ami Mliiiplc Reason, Why.
Because Mrs. Raphel Is going out of
business has rented her store out and
sold her fixtures Is why she Is sell?
ing li*-r stoek of shoes ?: <? >sl and in
most instances less than cost, They
must hi- sold ni some price. Reihern
bet the number, in; Church street, cor?
ner Plunie stre t.
Renting Their Mure.
You can buy anything in tin- Jewelry
cr sllveryvare lin<- m greatly reduced
pikes for the next two weeks, at Chap?
man & Jakeman's, corner Main and
We opened to-day a beautiful line
cf undressed wosteds, from Jennings,
Welch & Co.. London. They invite
NICHOLS .<;. WALLACE.
ic;i Main street.
Nobby Scotch suitings ror general
W?m. N1C HOI .S ,\ WALLACE
iCii Main ati-eet.
Stealing an Ear of Corn Puts John Vaughn
A COLORED BOY CHARGED WITH MURDER.
Hut Justice Seneca. W ho I'remlileil In
On- Court, Dcciilcil Tbtil Tlierc Wim
Nu Kvliteitce AuiiiiiNi tii>- nti> ?mi
Dismissed III in I'm hi 4 tislnd>
Dri lls Itccordcd oilier .Voles.
There was a very small Police Courl
docket yesterday and Justice Bur?
roughs disposed of the cases In short
order. There were only two white of
femlers <-n the list and, for a Change,
not a single drunk.
Stealing an ear of corn worth, per?
haps, two cents, cost John Vaughan,
colored thirty days hi Jail William
Hicks churged Vuughun lietore Ills
Honor yesterday, with stealliiK an oar
? a lorn from him ami eating it in
ids presence. Justice Burroughs evi?
dent I) believed that Hie offense and not
the value of the g.|s taken, governs
the penally, as he gave Vatlghuu thir?
ty days in jail.
AM tTMBH i >]?? TUB ?ANC.
tSrndually tin- members of He- "Dirty
I ?oy.cn" or "Shoo String Oang" an- wlt
aessihg th.- ranks of their organization
Officer llolluduy yesterday brought
aiiolher of Us members, named Willi.
Johnson, alias "Swelley." liefore ills
Holioi The offender Is as black as the
uce oi spades ami Ids face glittered In
the sunshine like a diamond,
Justice Burroughs lined him $1 and
costs, in lieu of which he went to Jail.
CH A HI ?BD WITH BIO AM Y
A short lime ago Mary Cnffer was
united in the holy bonds of matrimony
to Archie Feroboe Their happiness
[was rudely disturbed Monday, however.
Win li i 'flit er Sherman set v eil a warrant
on the woman, charging her with hav?
ing another husband living in the per?
son of Adostdn Cuffee. Ctiffec swore
out the warrant ami the woman was
brought before Justice Burroughs yes?
terday, who continued the case until
October tot li, by request of the wom?
BBNT T<i Tili: GRAND JURY.
Two young colored boys, named Felix
Hell and Daniel Monroe, were sent on
to the grand jury yesterday on the
charge of burglary and house-breaking.
Hell was also given an additional sen?
tence oi ninety days in jail for stealing
a pair of shoes from Louis Coljutu
The charge of burglary was that the
two took till' sash out ot tie- hotlSC
of M. Ptiehtuunn's, on Church street,
entered itixl stole a pair of pants on
Sunday last. The hoys claimed that
the punts were given t" them by a man I
'named Henderson, hut Justice Burr
roughs '''J not believe their state?
ments and sent lhellt on t<> the grand
\ HATCH BT AS A PERSUADER.
Mary K. Harris, colored, who claims
thai she lias been taking care of the
child of Jim Smallwood, Wehl t" the
latt. r s i.arb. r shop on Monday i" col?
led some money from him. Anticipat?
ing a refusal t,. her request she took a
hatchet along to lest its effectiveness as
a persuader. The hatchet scheme 'lid
not Work, however, and Mary landed
in jail tor creating a disturbance. Yes?
terday she was lined *l and costs.
A HI HOST CD AS ACCESSORY
It will be remembered that on Ihe
4th "f last August a Mr. George Hale
was murdered near Virginia Beach, by
being Shol and beaten on the bead, and
a man named Brock is now in jail on
the charge of bCing the murderer. Two
.1 the witnesses were also held to ap?
pear before the grand Jury. Among
the witnesses Who testified at the In?
quest was a colored boy named Wesley
Gordon, whose evidence Is very mate?
rial. Gordon left the country a lew
days ago ami the Commonwealth's At?
torney, Mr IV 1? White, became sus.
pictous that the boy Intended leaving to
avoid testifying against the accused
Mr. White therefore hud a warranl is?
sued for his arrest on Monday, Charg?
ing him with being an accessory to
the crime, the warrant was tried by
Justice Seneca yesterday and upon re?
quest oi' Mr Wool, partner of \h
White, who conducted the prosecution,
ihe case v.as continued until hext
Thursday that be might gain sufficient
.\i.leUCe t" hohl the b"V, lldvillg fit II
. d to produce HUttU'lenl ai the heal?
ing. Later facts came t" Ihe know?
ledge of the Justice respecting the
case, which convinced him that then*
was not sufficient forthcoming evidence
to hold Gordon, His llonoi therefore
changed his mind and released the boy
upon Iiis own recognizance to nppeat at
the trial. Judge I' Tucker Brooke
represented Gordon ami bitterly de
noticed the practice "i holding Inno?
cent parties in prison on a criminal
charge, simply for four that sot.v i
deiice might be lost if Hiey were given
Justice Burroughs would have hoard
tin- .a--, but as lie has been retained
as counsel, he did not think it propel
that In should do so. and requested
Justice S. nei a to try it.
Mary Lizzie Smith, colored, breach of
tlie peace: continued until to-day.
Ben Booth, colored, stealing; con?
tinued for ten days,
Charten Bhndfnrd, colored, assault;
continued until to-day.
l>an. Judkins, colored, assault: con
timp il until to day
William Pool, colored, assault: con?
tinued until to-day.
John Thomas, colored, assault: con?
tinued until to-day,
Edward McDonald, white, nuisance:
continued for live days.
Brown, colored, assault: dismissed
Albert Booker, colored, assault, dis?
missed W Ith li IStS.
(.'Iirnuprnkc anil Ohio Knilronil Hales.
Hound trip tickets from all stations
of Chesapeake ami Ohio Railway in
Virginia will be sold to Richmond Octo?
ber "III to 12th, good for return until
October llth inclusive, at ONE PARE
plus one admission t" the Exposition.
Police Itiiard Meeting.
Fdr the first time in more than three
months Mayor- Pettll yesterday met
with the Police Board. Th.- meeting
was a special one called to make nom?
inations for Chief and Assistant Chiefs
Captain King wns recommended fot
Chief, Captain Ladd for Pirsl Assis?
tant, and S. rg.-ant Outhrloll for Sec?
ond Assistant. Th.- nominations were
sent to th- Councils last night together
?villi a request for on appropriation of
$?:, for printing regulations for th*
A rI teles of ? iieorMoratlou,
Articles of lucoriK>ratlon wen- yesterday
filed by llie Atlantic Trust and Security
Comituny, with a capital of $109,000. The
oflicers of the company tire us follows
President, J. W Perry; Vlce-Prcsldent, M.
Olennun: Secretary, it M. Wilkinson;
Treasurer, J I*. Williams; Loan Inspec
tor, It. C. Uyrd; Oeneral Solicitor, W. M.
Parr: rietieral Attorney, W. W. Sub- The |
cotniHtny expect to ?i>> a general trust
business. Il pro|>oses to Insure titles lo
real estate, furnish abstracts, act as >;iiai
dlaii, assignee, receiver, administrator, ex?
ecutor, trustee, agent, attorney-ln-faet,
ami in connection therewith manage w
tates, loan money, an,I to otherwise per?
form th'' fun, lions of a general trust com
INitty, except that no banking or Udellty
business will lie done.
Articles of incorporation were als? Med
by the Dcllnltc Contract llulldlag und
Loan Association of Norfolk, V'u, The As
SOClutlotl will tie a national one, ami will
have Its principal ofllce in Norfolk. its
capital i< $100.000, und tiie oflicers are: Pre?
sident, J, w Perry; Vice-1'resident, M.
t'lleiinnii; Secretary, lt. M. Wilkinson:
Treasurer, J. I?. W illiam- General Man?
ager, W. M. Parr. Loan Inspector, lt. C.
Uyrd; General Attorney, W. w. Sale.
Ili i ils Kcconlcil.
Win. Taylor ii als., trustees, to John I.
Roiier, the Oranby Street Mcthodlsi
Church proiicrty, exclusive of orguns,
piano anil pillpii fin nit nr.-. S15.0?U.
.Ii.'ni I. I toper io Thomas w. Godwin ??!
nls.. trustees of llie First Baptist Church,
the ubovi church property, Itietudlug tin
great organ, pulpit furniture und Heats.
t-'7.i???. possession to In- retained by the
grantor until tin- Kpworth M K Church
is completed; A deed of trusi lo secitre
124.000 in deferred payments i-- given llie
llrst note for V<X*> fulling due KovemlMir
1st. IK9S, anil tin- last on>- fulling due eight
years from July 1st. istO.
THE OYST EHMtN,
ThOJ Meet mill l'r,'|iiiic u Petition to
I lie Cot ei-nor.
The second regular meeting ol the
?ystermen's Protective Association
was lield last nlghl in Cannon's Hall,
foot of Plume street, about i!"i mem
hers of the brunch lii-itu: present
Itesolutioiis coiuleninator> of the
usurpation of Ihe natural ...\st.-r rooks
of the State by private parties were
passed, reports of commit lei s .>n orgun
I Izutioii in other districts wen- listened
to. and a petition t,, the Governor was
Mr. Charles ,1. Cannon was elected a
delegate to iiccompnio Ihe (letllloti lb
Richmond ami place til,- same in the
hands of Ihe Governor
The petition, which sets forth tin
given at,-as of the oyster tOnjgers of Ihe
Stale, was a w.-ll-w oiiied appeal and
its reading, its well as the speeches
upon u. elicited much applause
Uc-|>orls from other districts Indicate
that the papers will carry at leasl .j
signatures liesldes numerpus tilllduvits. I
The organisers reported much .-1111111-]
siusm among tin- oystermen in other
sections and that the work of nrgunhv
itig all the oystermen of the State was'
progressing rapidly. Tie- indications
lire that from 20.000 lo 30.000 oystermen
will In- enrolled as members of Ihe State
League within tin- mixt mouth.
LEACH HAS RETURNED.
There's 11 MlNiiiKlerstiiiiiliiig Ibwnl
Ills Signing With %'cw Vui-k.
I-M. I .each, the crack pitcher of Ihe
Port moil til leant, has returned home it
will lie remembered Hint President Preptl
ilia 11. uf the New Vork club, hist iViii-k tele?
graphed io Mr. hi. M. isaa,- t.? send Leach
on for trial on that leant Mr. I.elli-h I. n
Saturday imnnlnir. arrivim: hi New Vork
that ni?lit. lie reported al I hit heiuhpiar
l.-i?< ol llie N, w York chill, hill llmllug 110
mi,- there w.-iii to ii holel and n tin d. Sun?
day he w.at Pi President l-'i ecdinun's
hot-I, Inn was iiu.it>l" to see him Lulei*
? In tiie day. how. w r, he did see Mr. Pr.I
man's secretary, win Informed him that
lllC New York club hud six or eight pitch?
ers on trial, and gave htm such poor en
i oiirngetncut that 1 ;?? h w as gliid 1? leave
Hu- big city Monday nluht. II.' arrived
hen- y, -i. rdac morning.
On Monday, however. Mr. isain re?
ceived a I eleu ram rrotn Mr. Pr.hiiiin stut
lug thai he understood that Li in h was in
New Yolk hut had not yet reported, and
asking as In the pitcher's conduct. Lust
nluht Mr. Isiuie received 11 letter, after
l.'-ie-h's return, enclosing a check for ad?
vance money to Leach, ami saying lie had
reported lo the oflicc in New York.
Among one Cotton neu.
Prost reported al Cheraw, S C.i
Charlotte, and vVeldori. N. C.
Twelve thousahd bales cotton sold in
Liverpool yesterday: iitiOlatlons n.i
vuticcd l-32d Ptittire contracts' closed
barely steady, partially 1-iMtli advance,
Future contracts in New York very'
active yesterday; nuirkel closed ,-.i>-c.
iv to ill points de. line. Sai. s. 422.S0O
hales: 1 letober, V7I to S 7.:. January. ys;i
lo S.JHJ; March, 0.01. Spot eotl.nur
ki t down l-IKc
Tin- receipts al the live leading Itite
rlor tow ns for the half week art' 56,317
l.iih-s. iigulnsl :I4.!I44 bull's lasi week and
01.271 bales i.ist year. Stocks have In?
creased 10,2:10 bales, against I2,it>ll bales
United stat.-s ports received .'.1
bales cotton on yesterday, agaihsi 4S,
.".j:: bales last year and .;7.-P.i7 hales in
New <'il.ans receipts to-day are esti?
mated at froih C.600 t.? $.000 hales,
against fi.000 hales last year and 11 r.vr.
hales in IS9:l.
11 Ulcers I'.lecteil.
Tin- John S. Harbour Chili lield their
semi-annual election of oflicers last
night, a large number of members bo
Ing present. The usual business of the
dull was transacted, iiftei which th.-s.
nilicers were elecied: .1 M Marshall
president; i'apt. Thomas K.-vlli. vice
president; W. O, Pelt Is, recording secre
iary; T. <'? Church, lluancinl secretary-,
i'. I.. Poster; treasurer; W. Tucker, scr
geant-nt-arms; ami John Coffmnn
janitor. _ _
That Joj tot Feeling
With tin- exhlllarating seiise of renewed
health ami strength ami internal clean
llness, Which follows the us,- of Syrup
1 of Pigs, is unknown to the few "who
have not progressed beyond the old
time medicines ami tie- cheap substi?
tutes sometimes Offered, bill nevei ac?
cepted by tin- well informed.
Iced cuff.-.- (simply dellclos at
Mac'- Try it ami you will drink noth?
ing else this warm weather
You can only this Voutnan hat
from Goldman ,\: llofhcitner, sole
Who Will Represent the City of Norfolk in
the Next General Assembly?
LABOR MEN WANT REPRESENTATION.
Tlivj Say They Mnnt a Wti|r worker
In Iti-present Their Inn ri'.ls in I lie
Xi'M Legislature Probable I'nuili
(lull's lit'lori* I tie .'Volllililitlng I'on
"Who will be tin- candidate tor Ihe
Legislature put forward by the differ?
ent political parties in this city?"
Thin question was atiked of a number
of men yesterday?men well known in
tin- political affairs of this city. Not
i>iu- of lhose spoken to seemed wiliin:;
..!? able to ::i\<- any Information ?oi the
subject. They were evasive In their
replies and it looks as If the powers
that i>.- have very little Idea of who
will !)?? put i'u ward to claim their BUf
fragc at th.- iHills nexI month,
in th.- Democratic party th.' numes
.utinned are thus.- of lion Merritt T.
Cookc, a present member of the L.-gis
latui . who, it is conceded liy all spoken
10, w ill ngnlii !>?? nomluuted; Malm \V.
K. l'*osler, ami J. 13. Heath, Jr. As to
win. other candidates will be everyone
seems id lie guessing und oll are afraid
to mention an opinion or ntiine anyone
At leust, tin y are not willing to be
quo tod as advocating anyone.
The Prohibitionists are laying; low
ami saying nothing. AI Ihe hist leg?
islative election they hud candidates In
th" Held, hut met with such an over?
whelming defeal it is thought He y will
nol an.'in|it in cut any llgure in Hie
effort to get control of the Stute Legis?
latur.- Members of the party spoken
i,, declined to say what Ihey would do
Hiis fall, but hinted thai they, as a
parly, would take no purl In the. light.
The Republicans, however, are hard
ut work. There is a difference In the
organization of the party lietweeu tliis
and former y.-ars, there being two fac?
tions the whit.- ami col.I. The
while wing of the party hav.ganized
ami hold weekly rueelings It Is said
that their club numbers between 400
and 500 memlieis. ami thai they will ip
m. the colored ma n entirely In making
nominations and casting- their votes.
"Next Monday night," said one of
them yesterday, "wo will make nomina?
tions: for t h. Legislature and it will
in- th.. lira I time in the history of the
party in this city when the colored man
will have in. voice."
This faction, it Is said, w ill place the
name of Ktlgar Keefe before the i.
pie tor their support. This is looked
upon by He- Democrats to he a move
to secure tin- support ot' the organized
working men of tie- city, who are now
in a position to bring ubou'l a great
muddle in th-- political light.
Mr. K. is president oi tin- Central
Lahor Union, a cigar-maker hy trade,
ami very popular among the young men
of i his eil v.
Tie- Iti publicans llgure that his mime
will bring to (heir support nearly all
ot ihe members of labor organizations
if thi- move is made ihe Democrats,
it is. said, will spring a big surprise oil |
their opponents by nominating a man
who has been even more prominent In
tie- ranks bl labor than has Mr. K.-efe.
This possible dark hois.- holds a re?
sponsible position in the Central Labor
liliioit and was especinllj pl'omlheut in
the late La I Kir-Day celebration.
Th.- colored H> publicans w ill occupy
an interesting position in the contest.
Seeing tin- manner in which ihey haw
I.ii ignored by tin- whit.- Republicans,
they have organized clubs in every
ward of the city ami. under tin- leader?
ship ..I Kll Johnson ami Win. Thoro
g.I. thronten lu kick oitl of the traces
ami support the party which offers the.
lu st inducements. Roth parties say
they will offer lib Inducements'.
In nhothet wool, the political pol will
P.- boiling last and furious. The me?
chanics Ida im that they are entitled to
direct representation at the State's
capital ami say that nothing but a
worklngmuti an netual wag- earner
will satisfy ihem.
\\ t-iglil's. ttlll >Illt|] \i reels.
We have still a few Marseille?
Spreads at t'.'.'e.. S'Je., H8C, $L48 ami Jl.flS
each, worth $1, ji.'JS, I..10, i2 and f'J.SC
bach: also a line,.: ladles' hemstitched
and embroidered handln rchlcfs at l:;c
and . o h. worth ami fiOc.
A new line of Japanese draitery crepe
just ree.-ix.il. p.,. yard.
The sale of umbrellas will Continue
this, il umbrellas for GOc; S- um?
brellas lor $1
WR1GII s. '.!?', Mai,, Ktreet
II I 1 I I v <.S.
The annual mooting the stockholders
Of the GLASGOW DI \ KLOI'MENT COM
I'A.vv w ill be in i n ..; ii.. office Cf the Sec?
retary, No 50 Mi.in street. Norfolk, Va..
on THURSDAY, tin 10th day of October
IS95, at 12 O'clock Mi
W'ALTRR 1'. IRVINK
Noifolk. Va.. S. pi. 2t5, U95. seStf-tdnt
vulit i: fllK AXNTAt. MPICTIMJ <> IUI
;? ?iorl.li '. .i- ii Pa- Mihi hi. c \\|. (;?U??.
UNA IM LlltiAt? L'o.MI'?N I trill b- laid a tlie
nllii-eilf tin-1 i.|ii|i:uiy, in tin* ol j> ill Norfolk, \ ai
en il'i l!Sl?A ^ , ihr .Mil ilaj of Oi to'or.'nti.'i at it!
ii'i I? k in.
?' '.. I.I.I 1 iTT, See ii . v
N'uttroi.g, \'? ,s,-|,-. Dili, 1st? ?etd-tii.il
lit t o.
K I 1 .RV AI lie .?? i,p.. ol .1 Turn. .
Whit. . MO Court ntieel, ai S;20 p. ill . \\ II.
LIA'M TURPIN KI Lit V, late of Brooklyn,
Puheral from tin above residence at ::.;:?<
P. in . lilt' RSDA V
?I'" ?'??;??? Ht*?l? |ll?OJO?
U.u nun:! HAAfiUII tVUlvilMl
in, 113 oncl 115 B.ink St.,
NORFOLK, - . VIIIOINIA. aJI
Large st . t ??? ? iuUlied 0$fB
HONK M\ H?NES.
NOBBY FALL H?I8
Glue Golf Cape, 50 Cents
Walter J. Simmons & Co..
177 MAIN S 1 i?JKT.
?PKN LVKNlNC.S I'NTlL 9 O'CLOCK
t urocnm l?r 'I'o-day.
Washington, D. C.'Sept. 1.
?-, The barometor has risen tfcncr
R .-,.? ! ally over the region ? usi ol the
If FAin Mississippi. M lias fallen In ihe
a upper iak?- res Ion ami thence
r-1 southward <>i Texus. ii is high
1 est over the Middle Atlantic
States and lowest north of Montana. The
.?.millions continue threatening to the south
It Is warmer, except on the South Atlan?
tic Coast, in Northern New England and
M> ,mi,?im- northwest, where the tem?
perature has remained stationary.
Kulr weather will prevail In the central
valleys and thence eastward in Ihe Atlan?
tic Coast. The weather continues fair, ex?
cept in Southern Kloilda, where rams are
Virginia- Fair, warmer, variable winds.
North CarollnuFutr, w armer in the Inter
on easterly winds.
PI ?KT CALENDAR
Sun ris. :. 6:08; sun sins. ">:I7. High
wall i. S:0| a in and S.Jl p. in. Low water.
2:1!! a in and S:33 p. III.
tr. s. Department of Agriculture,
Weather Bureau, Norfolk. Va.
Local meterologlcal data for the
twenty-four Itnurs ending at b p, in
.Maximum temperature . 02
Mtnimum lemiierature . W
Normal temperature deduced from
?-l years' observutlotiM .ti~
Departure from normal . 12
Departure sin.-,- January 1st. l'?7
Kalnfnll for 24 liours. (401
Rainfall sine- first of month. U.O |
J. J. 11 HA V. Observer
Fpwortll S.cay in-. ?
At a meeting of Kpworth League, held
,n Cumberland Street M E, Church last
evening, the following officers were elect?
ed for the ensuing term of six months: .(.
T. Sawyer, president; W. E. Brown, tlrst
vlce-|iresident: Miss i.ula Pctree, second
vice-president: Miss Ulla Mulborne, third
Vlce-|iresidenl; Ails.- A. J. Wllituliurxt, si
retary: B. L Whltehurst, assistant secrc-|
lui-y Miss Susi?- Met truth treusure.r; Miss
llessle Codfrey, organist. The meeting
was presided over by Rev. I?r. Tudor, and
ihe occasion was a iilcusnni oiie.
Urs. Harmon ,i 'l ii-ey.
Eye, Ear, Nose und Throat. Consul?
tation lie-. ISO Main street. Norfolk,
Va. _ se-29
il lit IHK?.
DRPMMONI.) PACK Mondaj evening,
Septemlier :<0ih. i-: '. at - o'clock, by Rev.
Robert CateWood, at the residence of the
Helming clergymen, Mi CHARLES w,
DUUMMOND and Miss MA BEL E. PAOE.
a u immi Ein ? >
\ ? a.n WYCK'S ACADEMY OPMUSIC
The favorite exponent of rural cbtraiu-r.
Charles i. Paris,lu bu great p ay.
New and Elaborate Bcrnie I'rodu liou. Sett now
on ??!;. Hrli ei r- . .'? . :iud 81. ?e:'--?u ?..th
IT! FREE! FREE!
WEEKiOF SEPTEMBER 30lii,
iiic Popular Resort. opeiijintigYeoi.
AN ENTERTAINING PROGRAMME.
THE NEW VORK VAUDEVILLE Co.
Gus Williams and Leona Lewis,
Entertainers In Vocul and Instrumental
The Infant Phenomenon, in Her Contor
With his Funny' Hayings mid Dances
FREDO and GRIFFIN,
Late of Dockstnder's Minstrels, in their
Musical Act. ? ntitled
"Fur In a Music Shop."
THE ZWICKER SISTERS,
Character Impersonations and Dances
Again tins week: his farewell iierforhi
am - in his El.-cUlcal Wire-Walking,
charged with '.??, volts und suspended
feet in the air.
The Suffolk Fair
THE FOURTH ANNUAL FAIR
- OF THE
W? ;!i i and
u ILL llE llELD AT
Suffolk, Va., October 15th,
16th, 17th and isth, '95.
l-7xcitlni; conteslii in speed rial man;
oilier uitractions loo liiitheiotiti lo men
tloii KEEP VOl'R I: V l: ON THE SUP
FOLK FA III AND ITS DAT&S,
HALF RAILS ON ALL RAILROADS.
Si- ial l-'xcutsiou Trains
and D..11 Railroad ICtli, 17th and lath
Uclolier from Norfolk.
0, W NFRNKV.
.1 V. ALTER IP iSIER,
COYL'. 8e SMALL,
14O Main St.-cct, J) '
Sillies How Biajy. (l^^m
? ran piles. J-^ J^'
At THE HUB?you're bound to bring down a
gigantic value. Goods are now on the move there?
BUY'S COMBINATION SUITS at $1.98 well in the
lead?with every parent in Norfolk clamoring for
first choice. Quality sells those regular $3.50 ouits
?wonderful ONI: PRICE make assurance doubly
sure?while fineness ol fabrics and dantiest touches in
finish run neck and neck with accuracy of tit
and newest, nattiest and nobbiest styles. There's no
hit-or-miss business at THE HUB?all goods are
guaranteed?in wear?in choiceness?in everything.
No dissatisfaction possible?THE RETURN ?F
MONEY RULE knocks that on the head?aud ONE
PRICE means ONE PRICE?no more?no less.
?^"j\\ail orders for Boy's Suits when accompanied
bv cash will receive prompt attention.
Reliable Advertisers of Pacts,
SO"7 and 20? SVlain Street,
OUR OREirsillMG OF
WILL TAKE PLACE
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
to which we respectfully call the kind attention of the ladies,
and extend herewith an invitation lo all. NO CARDS.
104 CHURCH STREET.
PANTS, mm FOOT BALL
AND SW EATERS.
GL IDE FOR '9?.
ALL THE RE
HEAD MASKS. QU1REMENTS OF
SHIN GUARDS. vMsfitSd I HE GAME.
138 MAIN STREET.
Grand Fall and Winter
Tuesflaa ana We?nes?ey,
.OCTOBER 1st and 2d.
Ladies' ot Norfolk and vicinity are
cordially invited to attend.
138 MAIN STREET.
lie Hi Grocery Cip'y,
I0RMFRLY H. ClAY PICKHI,
Is out in full uniform. Noth?
ing but the Finest Family
Groceries, and the best as?
sorted line of Delicacies in
the city. Our Elrjin Cream?
cry cannot be touched In Ihe
city. Price per pound. 27c.
No. 4-3 Market Place
Phone 755. Goods dolivercd free.
MISS DAISY M. CORLEY
will resume lier class in drutvlu", aiu
painting at hoi studio. No 47 iladdlns
ton Building, tin
For particulars apply to above ad
OCTOBER 2d and 3d.
Mrs. J. UlLLbRLAliN announces to the
ladies uf Koriolk. P?rism?iitli and vicin?
ity that she will haw her gran I
FP.IL AND WINTER OPENING Of MILLINERY
on the above dates, when she will ex?
hibit all the latest styles i:i
H ATS and BONNETS.
Along with .dl the Novelties 0. the
HRS. J. ?1LLERLAIN,
I2a CHURCH ?TREET.
J. 15. Arfnstrong 6: Co.,
AMD IIOS <!.1.<>:.1> SI J'I'l.II.H.
ieiififiiiS1 TOOLS li uF'EG'uLTc,
\u, ri'Cottittici'ciiil rim e.
NORFOLK .... VA.
SOMETHING N?2W T
4 TRV IT
Nett liik-ltwli'-at, '?o1f-i>l jliilj New
M.i;i!- Syrup, l i.-.d Watti iiioUtiO Meal.
'.'.uii[>i. ;?? stock I'mn v Groceries
U. R. BRiGGS,
No. 1 Commercial ! I i<;o Old