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'OR WEDDINGS Oui "An IK par.t
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of tx-autifid and artlslie Framed Pic?
tures, with upptoprlate subjects lor
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tin- Peatmen mi.l Iteniot
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For SAlk jif.ti wilt buy ii.-- i'iisi pa>
iiiK horse-, <!YCIA>NE; hi liamls )ligil
7 years color, seul brown. This
horse i-: one o tile ii.:p' t pacers south
<il Mason and Dixon's line: lias paced
a mil- in 2:?'i: hall In 1 <iv I will ? liow
pureliasei- HiXi with two men to toad
wagon; guaranteed sound and kind:can
)?< driven ??>' iliosl timid |Kison. My
reuson i,n- s.-iitm: Is on a. eo int ot |x iti i
too fast for a ma ii >>!' n.\ age. Address
IVM ?v t'l.AIIK, Wlddicomlie'a Board
big Stuhles, 1327 II rtrect. N. W.. Wash
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The Suffolk Fair
THE FOURTH ANNUAL FAIR
Suffolk, Va., October 15th,
16th, 17th and 13th, *95.
Kxeiiing contests Iii sjwed und many
oilier ultra, liens too mum tons to men?
tion KEEP Y..H I: EYE ON THE SUF?
FOLK FA I It AN 11 ITS I lATKB
HALF RAILS ?N AIL RAILROADS.
Soocial tixeursloii Trains bit Atlanth
ami Danville llailroail Kth. 17th and IMh
Octobi r i ruin Noi folk,
G W. NDRNKV,
J. WALTER HOSIER,
Irwin's Twin City Kxpress.
W. T. Irwin & Co., B-oprietors.
????in ..'..I' va^ATI IB ST., Nerl.dk. Va.
Ample facllllles for hiiullng unytlilng to
and from anywhere in the three cities Tel?
ephone No. CHAHGES BEASONA
BLK. Dead Horses, Mules and Cows re?
moved from I he Hue.- . Hi. s fret- 01 ehurgo
promptly at small est
Lump Taldes ami Flve-o'Cloefc Teas
new styl.-., at Chapman ,\ .litkoinnn's.
Sterling Sliver Mounted Pocket
Rooks s.-ai ami Alligator, foi ??'? cents
each. CHAPMAN & JAK EM AN
We carry tin- .Manhattan Shit I. and
are now showing Ihelr latest produc?
N1C1H ?LS \- WALLACE.
160 Main streut.
All glasses fitted by Dr, WECK guur
antoed by F H. GALL, liii Muiu St.
What Or. M. B. Whai ton Sa*s of The Vir?
ginia Exhibit at The Exposition.
WOMAN'S BUILDING MOST ATTRACTIVE.
The Xorl'olk DMncl ('nut rUnit loll
Kecciiiiig Much I'rnlwc The Mnee
?1 llie t'lty Uclng one ol tin- M?sl
InlercKliug Ariii-ii'H Tliv Virginia
Hoaui an lui.'i csiiiit Spul.
Rev. Dr. M. H. VVhartdii. of the Pree
inuHon Street llaptlst C'lnireli. who was
on a reci?nt visit tu Atluntu. speaks in
glowing terniK oi' ih>- exhibition at
Atlanta, lit warn especially pleased
with tin- Virginia* oMiil.ii. .iml ho nuvs
a tilting tribute to Mrs. II. N. I'one
mill Mrs. C. A. Nash, us tin successful |
results of their labors in the mattet of
the display made by thin district In the
Colonial and Woman's Work exhibit
in tlie Woman's building, lie considers
that it is und of tin- most attractive fea
The Reverend Doctor was seen by a
Virginian representative anil very cor?
dially Kdve utterance to his views ol
Ihe exhibition lie sai.l in his cheer?
ing way thai having lM>en present at
the Cotton States und international
exposition, ami on dally attendance
for a nu in her of days, he fell lie Waau
prepared to spciik of its exeeU'ehcies
und wlmt would i>o of most Interest to
Norfolk- the Virginia .-xliil it
Said he. Ho exhihii is more than
could be expected and all thai could
be desired. < ?i course !t is Im by
compared to the World's Pair, but ihore
attractive in many because it can i ??
nioro easily taken in. You feel ..ion
you lirst gaze upon the beautiful pano
rainu (ami the grounds are far hioiv i
|ilotures<|Ue ami beautiful tllali those
or Chicago. While only n.sixth u.-i
largoi that yon can "do is" in .1 few
days, and so you i an.
The grounds are Situated two and a
hall Hilles front the heart or the ells
mi tin pleturesip?e ridge at the old
Plcdinoiti Driving Park; and is reached
by the Southern Railway, tin i.'on
sOlldated sir. ? t-railway, ami the Her
dicks li d.-pimis on what gate you.
? ?liter as to what you >??>? first, but .lu re
lure several hills froin which you get .1
pli ttuv oi inagtiilieeul buildings ipa
i-ious lawns, groups of bewitching
statuary, lofty towers, .'.'id lovely
?ilaia Moir," all us pretty a a driitin
Yo&Ccaicli a glltnpso before reaching
tie- grounds >f tin- Phoenix Wheel, Just
one-half the slie ??( tin "Kerrts,' ami ol
Imposing structures on tin- "Midway
Heights." The* hulldlngs are run;:.1
circular form around the groUnds'i so
that beg'imlng lit one point you can ?
take tin ::, all in by mnkiui- bcenalonal
ili-iours to reach those hu?r.! centrally
lo, an d;
?|'!i. principal hulldlngs. reuntrkod Dr
Wii.utoo. tin t.liiverurnent build?
ing. Manufactures and Liberal Arts.
Elite Arts Trnnspnrtati.ui. Electrical,
Ma.Tun ry 11.ill. Negro hlii|tl!n?, lie
AudllOlium, and. most beautiful 111 all
tin- Woman's building. Equally ultra?
live hilt not so inughilu nil are the
Slat.- I iilldlngs. thosi >.r N'. w York and
Pennsylvania, being hiar.vt'N -it Imaiity,
.in- In bi a present lo Atlanta When tin
lair is over, the Southern and I'laui
System buildings, Admlnl.-ii'J'.mn bull !
hrj. tin- beer palace, the Loll lower
(liled with soul-capturing chimes, res?
taurants, and the niidwux itsiul'lhdb j
incuts '.'.ii nu.itei'ous to men lint I
wish I l:d time and up'CO 1 ? specify
- ..in. ol Ihn XhlhitS. SUVtl is lll'nl '
1 \H! 11 I 'a ami 11 ? i '? 1 a - t'J flUitS
?'? . ? gih, North < la.'ii i 1 . ' : '-i* b>
?nUu-rals hud woods tu? <.U'i:iti itrs'.l
.jiJi^r h w itching exhibits 111 the Lit *??
tal \'t- l.nil.ling. Im' run on'.y spe.ll
.,1 tin- things from our own State.
Virginia has no building1, am! 1 think
this m to I..- regri tied, for all tin
Southern States look upon Virginia :u
their venerated mother, No |>eoplc who
go to tin- Exposition an- in. honored
than Virginians, ami If \\<- had :-. build?
ing li would be Ihe most poptilat m
the ground;). Apart from the Woman':
minding, of which 1 will speak present
Iv. the most attractive exhibits front
this Stale consisted, llrst. of tin- New
, ort News ship yards a lid dry docks,
'n the Transportation liuildlng 'fin
miniature, .? striking on.-, is twenty f< . :
sipiare, and so like tin- sain, on the
i?lher sldi of Hampton Roads froth here
thai I recoguixcil ii al once, from a dls
tarn ,- Tin models of " 111 Sud ' and
"Newport News" stenmers ure Very
lliie, 1 was attracted most by lite inn
works from oui ports, and still inoie im?
posing pyramids of coal from Pocahoii
td* an.I 11 thai places, Rut tin ihliigs
thirl "eu tight hiy eye' were in tlii
Woinan's hulldillK. This building is
sotnew'bai eetitrally located, willi a
largo annex ami Immense "Creole
kill hon." kept by Atlanta's most Uiiled
dames. I was present at Ihe opening
ami had lie- nleasuie of enngratllhll
lug Mrs Thompson i-n her line 11 ddrosa,
and of lieiirlng ihe aibii'ess turning ovei
tin- hulldiiiR to tin ladies h.V the female
iirehheetj who hud another to siieak foi
This building is tilled with tin- work
of woman, presided over bv woman. Tin
Colonial Exhlbll Is enjdyeil by all. am',
ih.- Norfolk District coutribhtii it is
linilsed on all sides. It is impossible to
Kpeak ot all these ancient article* thai
attract attention, biil tin- following
seemed to Intcreal tin slght-seers most,
vlx.i Silver Mai--, "the gl:i of the
Mou. Robert IMnwIddle, Lieutenant
(StiVeritor <-i Virginia, lo tin Corpora?
tion of Norfolk) l"63." It is mount. ,1
with a crown bearing tin- coal of arms
ol England, Scotland, Ireland ami
Wales; silver spoon, made 1.0 Celebrate
tin- repeal of the stump ait: sllvet lea
pot of .lohn Randolph, ol Itoauoke; llsh
knife of l.oi.l Rai!liuiire; coffee urn,
two hundred years old; tine, given by
('?overiioi Dlnwlddle to Richard Henry
Lei ; medicine chest of .lohn Randolph.
of Itonnokei (leid glass ijil Hann: Do
Kalb; letter from Cenernl Wnshington
io Patrick lleurj . ;.-ii<-i of tleneral l.a
fayette io (ieuerul Taylor, ot Norfolk:
'Uli-nt money ol Virginia. Ilm-, |.ouml
issues, ITU, .Inly. I77fi; letter from item
i;riil Washing lyii inviting Mayor 1 ai r : >
dim- with lillll
From tin- eoiouial department I u. nt
to ihe Virginia State. tintl this 1
visited again ami again, us I did all I'm
Other looms of tin- building It n situ
hied in tin- northeast corner ami Is
simply beautiful. There in elegant glass
eas.-s ai;e exliililled the mos I bewlieh
ing and beautiful sl>eclnteus of needle
ivdrk l have ever seen, or that tin- no
eoinpllshetl Indies with mo at tin- time
had ever seen, I a bio i-.m-is, mils, chair
d<.rations, ?pillts and ulhei things too
mum-rous to mention, made me think
thai the ladies of tin- South an- an deft
with ihelr iiiiK' ra und needles us those
<>f Brussels ?>r anywhere < >lso. An iride?
scent piece. .1 null' and !l inblo cover ;
s< eins their favorite work. The hand
painted china was equally admired, ami
reminded me of a stroll 1 once took
through a china room in Hie OH> of
Dresden. A splendid porttuit of Goy
O'Ferrull ornaments the hull: ulso one
of Dr. and Mrs. I'ooko, of Hullins Insti?
tute. Vial torn to this room all lake a
seal in Washington's chair, ami handle
the pistol of John Itaiidolph. of Ron
uokc.wllh which he did'nl kill Mr flay.
This loom was gruccfully presided over]
by Mrs w Preston Heule, Miss Emily
Doyle, oi N..ri.dk.and Miss Iii neliergcr*. i
? >f Sl?Ulllou, three as charming ladies
as the dpi Dominion could proudly hovel
sent to represent them.
The colonial display and lite display
in the Woman's Depurtuu 111 of Virginia
are lo a meat extent due tu the efforts
of Mrs Him-li Nelson Pngl and Mrs
Col. Nash, of this city. These ladles
have much t.. he proud of. Everybody
speaks of it.xeellence uf ill.- display.
Every Virginian is proud of the Ohi
State's showing in these departments
A hidy remarked that tin Vlrglnlu
ami Haltlmore .tits were tin p ret tit St.
Cincinnati ami New York's as "Lucy
Cobb" are also lovely In the uegr'd
building, which shows to great advan?
tage the progri -s ..1 the race. I he ex?
hibit it.mi Hampton Normal Sei.1 is
by far the liest.
The Exposition promises a fascina?
tion tor all who grf, and 1 Know of no
more agreeble ami Interesting place
to spend 11 f..-? din s. Atlanta Is doing
nobly, and liiere is no lliitltb in tin
statement about extorthmnl charges for
Hoy s t.osp ,-| 1 i-m.% .
There w ill he p meeting of Hie Hoys'
Obspel Army at the Y M. ?V A. at ::
o'clock tin- afternoon. , Ninety-eight
boys Joined the army last Sunday, and
thai iiiinibei has been swelled tu over
one hundred ibis week. This is mi or
guuir.atlbil tu whicii --very hoy in Nor?
folk Can belong without any cost, and
If In- is a mem her will receive a ticket
which will admit him to nil nf tin- ju?
nior entertainments this winter Every
boy in Norfolk should Join this army
and bate the plcilkurc connected with
Tie- Men's Sleeting ill Hie Young
Men s Christian Association this after?
noon promises i" 1? of viiry great in?
terest |>r W S l.aey will deliver
tin- adilress. Professor I'M ward I.
Ki 11 aussen will play a solo or.l the
pilimi Professoi Hans Kleltke and
Mr. Oeorgc II. Dawes will play a 'cello
duet, and Mr A. S. MncFaihilld will
sin? a ten.a solo. All tuen are invited
ti. llle-e .tines.
To i.. rrleil T?-Miii-i-o?i.
Ilehiy l-ii ait lie. a ite. who was joint?
ly indicted with Benjamin B. Brock. t'Oi
The murder id fieorpi Utile, mat Vir
glide Beaifh dh August 4th, will lit-;
placed ..ii trial in Princess Aniie codn-j
tv to-morrow iiioruiiig und will he .1.
fended by Judge Ni ejy.
I! i- said that tin- jill'V which rm
v let od Brock Friday si.I. ojn the (irsl j
ballot, two for llftdefi years, liir'ei for
? ?tvht years, and tin icnittiiidei i"i
ptms ot ten to twelvi years. Only two
ballots weri taken before reaching tin
There w ill he no ordination set vice al
tin- l'..st I'to . ellist ('llllicll (fololed)
iicxl VVednorday at 7:110 p in. Tiiere are
iwo t-. I., ordained, on,- !.. tin ol||i.|
a minister, ami oiie to the olllco in ;.
.1. a. 1.1., fin Hex E <'. Sweet si 1 I >
\>. Philadelphia, fa. ami tin- Rev
I II Shi<in. D. D., will lake part in the
?i I Vi ie, Willi tile pas t.., . Bev. JoSC-pli
A STARTLING FACT !
MOST WONDERFUL DISCOVERY
FAMOUS FRENCH PHYSCIIAN.
The medical world for y'ears has been
bullied hy tin- problem, ||..w to ireii'i
n. rvotis diseases successfully without
the. use of medicines, as they soon lose
their b< m tidal CrYocIS and really leave
tin-patient in a worse condition. A dis?
tinguished French physician has jtisi
made known that he uSes "Musi.-' with
ahiaxlngiy b'ehelh la I results in all mi
t-otis troubles and in each and every
ease a permanent <ur-- resulted; Ames
A- Burk M. D.'s (Musical Doctors) oi*ers
gratuitously ihe followiiig vnliiaiile ud
vl.e: M. n ivllii have wives and daugh?
ters "nervously disposed buy them an
EVERETT PIANO with ehurintng
MANDOLIN anl IIAHP ATT At 'II
MENT, iihd notice how tin- bloom will
ret urn lo ilms-- palled cheeks, and un?
der its IVIIlied in,-I beautiful Influence
that depressed t-oiulitlon will entirely
disappear Buy them a piano and hii'.e
tilt strait: on your pockctl.k hot oil
IhPlr nervo?. Take this fin your fu?
ture prescript ion and do not thron your
money awn;, on worthless medicines
"FOB thai tlr.d feeling not HOOD'S
SABS A PA HILDA. BI'T an EVEHETT
PIANO N. w a word im th- EVER
I '.TT Wln tt W e secured I lie ag.-|'c\ .
fifteen years ago, ive were conlldeni thai
thai wonderful lone would bring it 10
the front tank of pianos, and we or,
or..ml and pleased tu Bay thai we have
not cited iii out estimate .a' Us Immea?
surably superior1 tiiiutliies Our opin?
ion iiasi been sustained ami indorsed hy
tli- Expert .lude.es mi Music of tin- AT?
LANTA EXPOSITION, and th.- foi
lowing resolution was adopted by that
body unanimously :
I Besotved. Thai th. EVERETT I IA
NOS an- Ihe BEST, ami our preference
lover all others! that they tire the ONLY
PIANOS 111 be. us.d at this EXPOSI?
of course, you should know that wi
ate temporarily locale.1 at 206 Main
stre. t. hear Church, for the hex! thirty
day: and ate offering some astonishing
bargains in pianbej Organs ami in
tut.: We shall move In with Watt,
iiettew t- Clay and occupy a part of
second IIdor as soon as the building,
cbriu >' of Main and (.5 ran by. is liuished
W?; arc selling a magnificent mahoga?
ny Upright grand fdr J295 on P?sy pny
liienlS, it desired.
Mitre Stiv. 1 Novell lei and Slat.'..:
have eonte to hand al (!teewood's. l.'.S
Main id reel. Sllvev Top Combs, Brush?
es Mirrors. Manicure s. is. Scissors,
Kid' . Pol:, hi IS. < 'etiles. .Military .
Hair, Nail nnd Velve Brdsl. Hat
Bt'iismH, 'A bisk Brooms a.ul two thou?
sand ..iid seven oilier hew beautiful
useful articles; und So Cheap al i. 1 ? ? 11
wood's Best ivork in rill dcpartim'tiis
It I'.? .ell W nod's
Sterling Siiv.-r Bridal Presents as low
as Ihe lowest.
CHAPMAN -v JAKEMAN.
itnderwear! Underwear! Uhder
weur! O?od! Better! Best!
NICHOLS ,v \\ AI .LACE.
Bl'.i Main street.
Local Events Briefly But Interestingly Told
by the Reporters.
SUBJECTS TREATED FULL OF GINGER.
Ait\tince AntiotiiiceiiieiitM ol Mntii.
moiilnl KvciiIkNoun i? llr I'oiimiiu
iiiiikmI Tito Injured Mum KcniImk
<;iiictly Tile It-tliil.-itl Ve?tor?lnj
OI1.it \ote-snl I'ltMNillg 'Imuriil
.Mrs. .M. E. Hall has returned from
Otiieer Taylor was yesterday sworn In
as th si s.-rgeani ol police.
Mi Hugh <: Miller. Deputy Clerks
.if tlti' Courta, is si. k at homo,
story brick retfldy-n.ee adjoining (the
above oo Chapel street fbi $1:11-5
Tin- Methodist Slltilluy School Asso?
ciation will meid at Queen s.u.-. i
Church this ufteni.i nl o'cloCk.
George \Y litte, a well-known colored
inn II anil liuthagci ol I he lied Stockings
Baseball Club, riled yesterday mornhiK.
The game ol root-ball belivebn Bruin
blciiin and Portsmouth, announced bu
yesterday, was pnstpnm d Until Tuesday
J, Whilley. tin colored laborer who
is supposed to have been drowned dtir
ing'lhc big fire in Portsmouth, is still
Mi E. D. Prillriy. who was run nVet
by an electric eai Prlday night, was
resting cpiIcily at Sli Vincent's Hospi?
tal li. i night,
It.,, in. Wildrlon will address the
Young People's Cijloh or I In- PrcimutSoii
Stielt Churcli to-tiioi'rbw nicht on the
A tInnto KxjHisllioii,
The City Deinbcratic Executive Coni
mltlCc held a mooting las) night, but
11 a use."tt-tl un business ol interest to
the geiierul publh
iin original Third VVlird llenioertitlc
("lull will moel at itieil liubhnu ? .'I
little si reel!; MoiMiuj ??veiling at s o'clock.
A full ul tendance Is ro?|Uestedi
A Hcuinau on ih, German steamer
A sea uia t.-ll down a hatch of that v.-v
sel at Ihe Not folk and Western eleva?
tor and dislocated his shoulder,
?i'ii.- holders oi d. oils i.. Wllloughhy
spit lots in hl anotlii'i meeting yeslei';
day und looked into ihe hunter of em?
ploying counsel to protect their Inicr
Thc police hti'vc hech rniueSlf-d lo
look out for iwo negroes who held up
Ihe Inmate* "' " imune m at Uulliin ?!?-.
lobbing tlu ni of S.StNJ in cash ami 1111.
Mr. David Prnnklln. when In the a -t
of leaving tin- airtot car yesterday
inoriilng, was thrown w it b cbnsidi .. .1
force to tin- pavement e.'nd pninfullv
Mr. ?' I-'., mitt.: Past Supreme Ar
chop Of the Ordvi of lleptusophs. a ml
<: M llartlovt < iraml Arohmi ot \ ii -
gin la. paid an iiiiicial visit to Eriond
ship Conclave Pi lda> night
Cnpl. Tl.ia - Kevlll, win. \\ ? ? 111 lp tin
Kim Chiefs' Convention at Augusta.
CM.I last week, lias returned home ami
report* having bad a splendid iline.
Chief Itynii has not yet returned
A full mo. ting of 'the clnsi ul 'IH5 ol the
I Virginia Military Tiistiililtb has passed
ii solutions or regri i oil tin th nth of llie
lato Arthlll I! Gun-wood who was
killed in a wj'l'cjt on tlii tK'eilll Vi. u
M.ssis. Byrd, Baldwin ?'?? sold at
auction yesterday for Messrs Tliiis. W
sin lion und II ,\. Mursdeti. irtistei a
tluee-stor.V brlek ston und I. sidenci oil
tin- South west cornel ?? Cihiptd and
Wood streets, for $:t,710; ids., flic tin- ?
Mr ami .Mis Garland S Him.- Have
issued cards to titc niunlugo of (beii
Iriiighlcr, Mainly. t?. |t..\ Uicluml iL
In i lb nm ii. the ccreinopy to take pl.u-t
it Granby-Strocl M. i; church .1
Tilesdav CVeiiiil g.Octohci L'iid, ,.t S
Miss Daisy Dwight, ul... f,ir sonic
months has held tin- position >f head
nurse at tin IteHctii roi tin Si. k, loh
< n the 1 dd Dominion si. ntriei' hist iiighl
lot New Yoik. w here Sin? goes to ai i. pl
i; lucrative |ii>!iltloii. Miss D-.vlghl ha>
made ninny friends lit Norfolk,
.Mi. ami Mrs. i' Whker haw Isstieil
Invitations io ib>- iiiuriiuge of their
daughter, Amanda, to Mr Willie A.
Wat- lii'-bl the ceremony lb In pi ,
t- im. d id Knott's Island M E. Chili-ell
lit ? o'clock this uftern.1 Mr. Wht'er
Pohl i> ;i conductor on tin Norfolk
Street ra I) road
"Our Hall liour." a monthly 1.. ij
!..ii publica Iion, has devoti-tl it.- ? i.t
space dining Ibc In--! two niniitlii to
the effort .-t ibl.ilnlng 1 re hearing ii
? in Miiybrick ciise rind s?ciiiin^ her i'e
P-as.- froth prison. Mr.- Maybrlck'n
motbfi ha-- st.?nl copiei ..i in |i;il>( ?
ti.?i i-? 'I'lv Virgliilait.
A ItltEEZY TIME." Kit;-, ami Web
ster's "A lireexy Tim,-,' which v. ill be
si en ai tin Academy of Music iu-1nbr-|
low and i'lnstbiy nights. Is ilesciibi'd
us a farce compdy with an abundance
of fun ami a paucity of .-.-i ioiis lud i'i ~
In other words. Us purpose is Iii dl veil
rat hei' ihan engross tin nl p-ntlon. in
point oi fajtt 11 hns a m bi-m- ol Interest
tiiat tun- throughout tin entire play
and that is only strong enough to hung
upon ii a series of specially |ierforui|
auees ot an enjoyable iin tu re K l: 1
Kit/, is tin- principal coined Iii n of Un
company. Al.ss Kaihryu W ebster is I
leading Soubrette: She has a swebt!
voice of good ea r tying |>ow er a ml is full
of \ IVatit j
COItlNNE The Kltnball Oneia Com
i< 1 ii>- Company, headed by the pcttrie'sfi
prlniii donna dauseuse, CoiiniiCi and
sixty vocalists, comedians, dancers and
operatic artists', will begin an engage
im nt of IW.o nights ami a Sf? ein I niutl
m i- on Wedln .-day next, matinee Thiirs
dnv afternoon The 1.ipnny In
W ushlngioii last week ami ot it the
Wiishiugioii I'osi v. riles
iin- perfi : :naii<-<- of Coiiutie and her
inetry company in "liendiii-k Hudson."
nl ihe Academy or Music, is running
smoothly, and Ilm show is exceptionally
good. It ci.'o 1 tninid another large an
dience last night until affin II ..'clock.
w hielt is pi -tt> g.I tesl. foi pi ipli
will not stay through .1 wearisome por
Tim prices for evening w ill in- as usual
ami the matinee prices Thursday w ill lie
2&e., ilOc. ami 75c. Besei'Ved seats for all
tbri ? iierformanc?s can 1. secured
COUA VAN TASSE!.!.. This pl.tis
Ing actress will it.- seen at tl..- Academy
..f Music m-.vi Kthlay night in Scott M.'ir
hli Western Idyl. I'Teniiessee's Kard
i- hEDEKICK WAHDE. Krederlck
W'arde's production of "Tin- Mounte?
bank' al tin- Academy Oll'thc 21st losi
I promise; io be a most brilllatit affair,
and the many admirers of the great ac
I tot in this city look rotwutd to a. rare
Iron I Tlio piny Is one of Iho most i >? ? i ? -
nl.n that lias over In i n written an.I up
lienla strongly 10 111? ? heart, The .pre
sciitntloh win undoubtedly in- udinlrd
hh us Mi Wnrdc's com puny Includes
thirty of Hi.- best ncMira ami actresses
in tli.- country, and In- pi utilises In slago
tin flax with special scenery und effects,
The |ilu> i- Interpolated with vocal
mush which will Interpreted l>y a cho?
rus that travels with I lie com pun v.
I .i t Monday Mr. Wurde presented th.
piny in Washington, I) l\, ami the
TIiiii 11 fei s to t lie pel fin inanee lit t lie
Fred Wurde opened his engagement
lust hlght at tin- Lafayette Square
Opera House in 'The Mnuiilchmilt." a
production wiii.it pei-iiilts lull (day to
his capabilities The cast is iniirkcdlj
IMjpulous, Im: it i..mams several good
I.|de Iiighei than the tivemge lerpre
"?The Motllttebailk' Is a jilny which
furnishes many opportunities fill" eiiio
tliuiul acting. Tin; closing sc. in oI the
second net is a tin. L drawn creation
?nd it win in mis, iScrhans, timt the
climax of that quality was reached in
this i- would hi illltleull r.. speak ton
highly of tin acting ot Mr. Wurde. As
Uelplegoi ho here discovers his wir.-.
Mi.line Hi iiorirayal of grief in this
" one wii ... iHtet fully .1. In this
scone Mis. I''atin> Itowniuu us Henri
als., desi rvod Hie uppri. lutlve applause
"hu ll k.I..I tin elos,; nl ihls Intense
OILMOHK'S KAMI. Mi (leoigO A.
Ldumls. repn-i tillim (illmores Hand,
yvn in th,. , ,. v \ estorday n imaging
'?" the uppeh riinee oi Unit at tract ion at
tin- Aeath my ..n in- yihi,
I ?r L. II < Mni. s. ,\ ho has been ipiHc
Indisposed a luiml.-i of dtiys attempted
to go down t.i his ..ill.., Main HI reel
> ? ?:? ? day al'ti i > ooii, hut ilmliiig him
self to.. :. . l.l. t.. ,|o . ... i.-tut tied
Tin- uiiiiouticcinc.: a ?pi ebil mat?
inee and a ptcscill rot every one" ul
telidiug, 1.1,nmlit scores of eiilhlreli
frUjn thelittht..! in Ibeyouug ihlss Li
Brmtihlctnii Hull yesterilay it :? p m
th.- lioiu apj/oiitlod t.,t opening. The
l?.\ i,as Hate. loo, plentiful enuugb.
Nu ..it.- eanie til ojicn th- hall, iiuiett
less in conduct th. aiTuh The coiise
IpiellcC ii.i:- a rest h -s and disappointed
set of children out in tie id reel with no
One in control tin lit and pr< rent dlSor
dei oil tie : bb y allt 'I'l ; i ? ?II- lie
llO.VH Use at Hcllool : lain. .,!
part Iii the Scenes outsiiie tie hui\ i u
Ii. t h' . 11 se.?11 ? i ? ?t i ..; . :?? itlll'l
j that . .odd not help then .
Ilv.. .1 T Ma-lin mill l.,d> wen I'
retain Igst night I'rotii Itlohinntid Vu
si I fliat reglihi r serv ices at IIa ill ami
I;.|f. p. in may I.- . \p- ii t| til Mi l\- ri
dr. .. to day.
i Mil Itttlini Meto..i la I Ti mpb (lev .1
iv Uarrttt, I'. 11 . pet' services tii
day a t i le iiatiii I houi'i
Mrs Hen Sltlliiler, nl Itlllolgll. N
f . is visiting relatives at No Rnsi
a v . Uli.
Kev .1 .1. Hall. 1 ? 11 . w ill pi each at
Pnrk Avenue Hitpt 1st church :? day in
11 A M. ami s p in Miil'lllng suh
, I. I'le.-a ?filings U Im Il A n
?\hi-M ' Nigbi subject, ".loshlhl, il.
.Ma n >a i Jourag? "
t'ln ? tad. lphian le eh sin. - a IP
Mallhy ami Hranildeton a verifies' Jl'tili
lie worship tii-tlny at II o'eloclt a. ni.
Si. Peter's I' 10, church Prem .i-.
to-ilny at tin regular hour.- by Hie rei
tor. Rev, Wi I > Snnth.
Trinity M, E ciitireli Preaching i"
day al II a. in. by the pa lor, Ulli W
H llciiucltillllp, and at 7:tfi p ill by
Kev .1 II. Merrill
I'm I, Avenue Presbyterian church
|;.\ K, It .Meflu-i. paKtor. ihgula:
Kcrivi.; |..-day al the usual hours
A family living oh North Kelly ??>???
litte, extended. Just ucross the Oceini
View rnllrad. is in destitute eli'cuiiP
Three weeks ago W illie Kdwitrd. in
fallt child of Mr and Mrs. S. II. Chilly,
residing on Kelly avenue, was badly
le nt I! departed this life yesterday
tu..iiilng al ..'. lock; aged Hue. years
Intel.I w ill tab- place I., day in
Se-.ti- . lib:
lievi -I 1 !? I.eiihon w ill use tot his sub
loci u.is a. in at n o'clock, "The Polly
..i Disobeying the Truth." At high!
"Trusting in < foil
(trace Baptist Church, Rev W ?
Leake. pastoi -Morning subject, "No
Itoom im Christ." Al night. "Tin
Prayer of a Backslider."
!n curing- torturing, disfiguring, liu
miliating humours ol Hie skin,
Scalp, and Blood when ail else fails.
SoM O.rrviftout the wotld. Rritlta DcboIi V. Nttr
?est k bos 1. I. Kin* t..|not,t it. LenSeo. POTISS
Ubuu assCusm. cour., Boti I'ropi, Hot ton. U, n. a.
nea'i and nobbyi
GOFF C?FS 50 CTS.
i.AItOK I.IM. id- 1 Illl.Iiltr.S s III ahw eai:
l. ?flCK m\n s go.
in rVlAirsj STREET
Oflice of tin- Superintendent,
Of th.- Norfolli; City Public .Schools.
SKAI.KD P?tOPOSAL? TO P.DRN18II
COAL AND WOOD,
in silCli quantities as may he r0i|Ulrcd for
the use of the
NORFOLK CITY PUBLIC BCHOOI.8.
for Hie year ending June oOth. lKMi, will
bC .'m.iv.-d at I lie ottlee of the Supelill
undiiat uaiil October the ltth, 1&95 0C$-6(
Wo are rest less und untiring merchants, and cannot and
will not be satisfied with au\ position excepting first place irr
ilk' retail trade. We established " IMF. HUB" here with the fixed
and determined ambition to be "ALWAYS IN Till-; FRONT."
We hope we've won your confidence. You know we're here
l->i that purpose.
Wo could talk about our CLAY DIAGONAL'
SUITS at $10 each/every day in the week and
every week in the year, and then couldn't say top
much in theii praise. We pronounce them the
grandest and iu>?si liberal values ever offered for
money,, I he material is dressv, durable and re-.'
liable! The styles are "RIGHT UP WITH THE.'
I I.WI.S," and as ( Nothing values go you won't find.,
the equal ol Ihese Clav Diagonals anywhere for*'
less than #15 or $16. We sell them lor Si0 just
k I sj to show you what live, progressive nianiil'acturer|
^ H can do in competition for trade.
S ?IZES FROM 33 TO 44. COLORS ELACK AND o
? DARK ULUL. STYLES IN CUTAWAY FROCKS AND *
? DOUBLE BREASTED SACKS, ROUND AND SQUARE =>
% CUT, Tilt UOODS NEVER WEAR GLOSSY. o
HERE'S AN OFFER THAT'S A WONDER!
In keeping with bur
unprecedented olTer !??
sell CLAY DIAGO?
NAL SUIIS lor $10,
we will make anothe
equally as marvelous
in announcing to
! HIS week only our
lanu ius (Challenge Ker
ieS ()vercoal t?u #12.
I he regular price <>!
thi^ Overcoat is #lo,
and it's worth every
}vnn\ 61 thai money.
We'll sell Ihem for lliis
week only at >\2.
Lei us tell you about
he s e KERSEY
( X)ATS. The colors
ire Blue, Black and
Slate. They have satin
ip seams, lull silk vel?
vet collars and satin
piping. The cut is full
length and the sleeves
11i n line d. Y o u
couldn't du plicate
them on earth for $121
That's the price THIS
Strictly One?Price low and always at TIE
*?i?c ??oo&?ee?o???OO9ooooo?O(???6S0Ue6o?ooo oooo
? IF YOU MAKE A PURCHASE HERE, AND FOR ?
ANY REASON BECOME DISSATISFIED WE'LL F.e- 0
FUND YOUR MONEY ON DEMAND. THAT'S FAIR, ?
ISN'T IT? u
Open Evenings Until 9. - - Saturdays Until 11
LIVE UP 101HEIR ADVERTISEMENTS
207 and SO? Main Street.
?TURKISH ANT) RUSSIAN BATHS !
ind fc3t_Jt.cs Streets.
Open Daily, 8 A. M.-12 P. M. Sunday, 6 P. M.
Hours Reserved for Ladies, FRIDAY, 9 A. M.-4 P. M.
VAN TEL burg HOPMAN, Manager.