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The Norfolk Virginian. (Norfolk, Va.) 186?-189?, October 15, 1895, Image 2

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IKOPLE YOU KNOW.
Hundreds of prominent peo?
ple in your own oiiy. not in Min?
nesota or Colorado.
{SAY QURATOL CURES.
You oaa. tlioroff.ro, afford to
|PRICE 25 CENTS.
Worth $25
In Emergencies.
l|s EYES EXAMIilED FREE 1
dkQeo.d.levy i
o^I7 GRAN BY STREET
I ? GLASSES ACCURATELY ADJ^rmlx
W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
;Real Estate and Rental Agents,
2'.' HANK ST.
For Kent.
RESIDENCES. STORES.
t HOUSES <"i cn:aI 77 BANK.
^\ i 4P. r.i m> mmi k? r.
SlCHARt.OTTEST. 3HI MAIN ST.
JJ9 PC KB. JA.Miy .il
JOT JO K. 66 W VTKI! ST.
. i?< uor-ii itt? ii1 it' "
IBlDui IOI1 da ST.
3 ?74 H. nOi i ,.. II ft I. OFFICES.
1'al FAl.ki.\m> si
.'Maml * MAIIINICII si.
p| CB?RCII. j Vtf i'i.f.iL S\\ 11 Alt!'
FLATS. BRAM BLETON.
- 112. III bank st.
IMCIIlR II M. II.". Pfflltil SON wi:
"tsa.ist <-iii io ii ioiu?vm avk
414 HltlHI.ANU.
i .; U'lL Ol UHRY,
WARWSNG.
The tritmp bft-' lusitrauce ugeuts who tri-'?
to make you believe Ibat nut other regalitc
liff inraxauce company pays it lai illvl*
dead, or surplus us the Norlbwetteru
Mutu.l, ii guilty ol decontion bj aiioRium
leadiug RATIOS, which uu lioitosl man
; woubl employ Of exhibit, as ilioy .ire atado
:tptn ore..t- > lalai uupr s ion
D. Humphreys & Son,
GEN'L AGENTd NORTHW l?s I HUN
Burrtiss, Son & Co..
feANKERS
Com mere i 1 au.l otlo".- in-lnoJi paper JD
QMnnted.
Loam negotiated uu favorable loruii.
uy Houd* hu i oiiicr seeiirittea u mxhl
Bit Hold.
i Depo.it? receive I nn I hocouuIh inviu.l.
lntei ost ii II. ni el ou t in nepo.it i
Kalo liopo-u I oxen lor rent Cbargei
tao.'.ei -ate.
I llraw U.lls of l.i. Ii.n^u mil malt? cable
.transfer- tu l.uroj e
l.ottot f ot . re.hi isniiii 1 '.j principal cittae
ottln- world. utri!
I PUT YOUR DEEDS
?AND?
ether Valuable Fapers in a Sau Place.
IT A COST OK ONLV Jio A MONTH.
x'HE NORFOLK BANK
TDK SAVINGS and TRUSTS,
ptlieliuddiug o: lite No: folk National batik,
uvitci you to .all uud imp ct their ],,.,*
safe Deposit Vault-. Safoi lor roui at t I p r
'auuum and upwards. Package* reeelvi i ..u
'Atbrago. Deposit? o! t1 ah: upward* re
i.'ieiveit ou interest. . .... I get one ?i our
'ayiuRe Rank Sales. Ol'EN DAILY EXCEPT
iDNDAY. from in a la. to ? p in. also on
I^ATURUAY S from I i., i. p m. I an made
ou real estate and other security, tlo-i
estates, and a. ts iu nut uitiicmr'v o paclty.
C. \V. GltANDV. 1'reshteiit.
UEO. I'AIT. Vice-President.
_ i . 11 AllDY. CasUier.
MAYER & CO.,
i i:ai pits in
Railroad. Steamboat and
Mill Supplies.
4 and 6 West Market Square,
Norfolk. V?a.
Kpeeinllio? We Offer.
Klents Patent Leather Shoes, 4 1
|P0 6.$| JS
?ents I.x.ngola i'..ngr.?->. :. to t; i i :ts
i?ents S..U.I Leathei Si.s, ii t.. ll l is
gents oil ?train Working Callers.. 1 D
Wents Buckskin Working Shoes.. 1 So
?ents |{?d Working Shoes. I SO
ighlld's Kid riutir.n. !? to i|.
ghlld's Kuiiii Sei.I Shoes, S l-:' to
?? . :;.
Bpys' Solid Sol.i Shu - i:i t., ; . v.
SIlsp^s? Solid School Shoos. 13 t.. 2 SS
SOys' Solid Sohool Shoes :: to f. !iS
gfeLLER'S ONK-PftlCK SHOK
?PORE, 40 Uank street, Opp Conrt
House.
Dancing Aeatleinjr.
^Professor Oerard Uollexza \. i!l open
[as dancing class at the Masonic Tom
Be, Octobt-r "Hi. Mondays. Wednes
%ys, and Fridays for gentlemen; Tues
?lay. Thursday, and Saturday after
is, 4 p. in., for ladies.
Jt''Newest Discovery"?Kxt. toot It; no
join, N. T. Li. Rooms, Knnes, 102 Main
if eel.
'.;>. . ii.! Oponlltc.
ipieas goods, luoe curlains, and ohe
'?fMjo portieres ? "populai prices."
/rights'. Us". Main slro-t.
jpyater Sandwiches at Mao's, :. cents.
BMjf-Dozon Sterling Silver Teaspoons
i case for si
CHAPMAN & JAKEMAM,
Children Cryfo;
Cooke and Foster Declared the Nominees of
the Democratic Party.
AN EXCEEDINGLY LIGHT VOTE POLLED.
_
Only a Tot*.I ol 1.1-2:1 Vote* I'olloil
Mr. rook* Ill-Ill ilic Tlekei in All
Ii.? Ward? um One The CitiiillilMten
mill Who They Were -a i|nlel
Kli'i-llini.
By the votes of the Democrats of this
t it \ Messrs. Merrill T. Cooke nntl .Vlu
|or w. K K?ster were Ins I night de?
clare11 Ihe nominees of their party tor
the House <>f Delegates, to be ruled f-r
tit the generul election to be held m
'Puesduy, Novi inber 5th.
The contest which ended al u o'clock
lust night w.i- tin Interesting '?in- In
many particulars. There were four can?
didates in Ihe field Messrs. Merrill T
Cooke. present Incumbent; Maj. Wllllain
Poster, h well-known merchant; Oha
<;. Kleer, a prlntet and luboi leader, and
Charles w H Lane, a younk luwyer
all of them Democrats,
While .Mensis Cooke and Poster were |
well-known In Norfolk, Messrs Ulster
and Cam- were comparative strangers
in the political arena, neither of them
ever having stood for olllce before Mi
Kilter entered the nice hacked i>> a large
contingent of ihe Inborlug men uf Nor?
folk, eapeelally those belonging !>? laboi
unl.ilis. and Ills followers have put III
s.une hard licks for him In ihe two weeks
he has been before He- people
The election last night was a iiuiet
(?in -so quiet, In fact, that the average
cltlKcn could see not hi tit; to disturb the
peai c "i the city In some of the wauls
not even a policeman put in an appear?
ance There was no boisterous conduct
I and no charges of unfairness were i
tcred anywhere,
The polls opened In each of the wards
promptly at 7 o'clock and closed at il
o'clock, During tin- curly pan of the
evening the voting in some of the wards
was quite unlimited, but the rivalry was!
frlondl*
The tabulated cote, by wauls, was as
follows:
r- pi .
- ? -! T.
?1)1 ?.?.?! I ml
I ill Marli .
i I a I * .
r lid War.... -' 1!
i ? tir Ii w nr.l . wJ J
I'll It Wur.l. '-"I
-.silt Ward. _ - ?
t?i?i..
Mierriir. ......I "'
The vote was the lightest ikilled In a
primary election in Norfolk In recent
fears, tin- total vote east being appl ..\|.
mated at 1,123.
?leiiilieis' l oin laim <l To-XIghl.
Th.- following programme will be n n-1
? ?red to-night at tin- 1 Hing Men's
in istian A sso. hit Ion'
i Trio?(ai "Meditation" pilchard-1
soli; fb) Allegro Molt., from 2d Sym
phonlc (Beethoven), Profess.a- finis
li.tjes. Hans. Mettkc and A. P. Koer
uer
Hnrlton. Sole. Mr, W. 1?. Oroivell.
'Cello Sol.. "Romans*!!, from Grand
i" (GoPci-mnnn), Prof, Mettke.
Soprano Solo--"Par. well" (Grit
hain), .Mis aolin 1'. K. v ill.-.
? Violin Sol.. -"Funtnsde Itigoktlo"
A lard), Pror. Biirjos.
if, Recitation "Absolution" (Nesbltt).
Mum Maiy 0. Thins ton.
Trio -"Adagio and Allegr >, from
|i'd Symphonie" (Beethoven), Prof, B.ir
s. Mettke and KoernCr,
KV. ry member Is entitled to two tick
Is No tickets will I..- cold: the enter?
tainment is entirely complimentary,
The Trial ol llrnithwnilc.
Tin- trial of H.-iuv Brulthwaltc,
Jointly charged with Benjamin Brock
ind William Hughut in the murder Ml
George Huie at Virginia Beach, was he
gun al Princess Ann.- Courthouse yes?
terday. Judge John Neely representing
the accused. A number of witnesses foi
tin prosecution wer, examined. The
case will probably lie concluded to-duy.
PUN, of I .eon Dtiiiham.
t'uiiernl ol I con lluiihiiiu.
The funeral of M i Leon T, Dunham, a
well-known young resident ?,f Norfolk,
who dl.-d Satin.lay evening, took place
from his late residence, No, r, i'umber
land str.it at L':':n n. m. to-day. and
was conducted by Rev A S. Lloyd, of
st Luke's p. K, Church. Merrlmac
Tribe. No, '.'?.'. I O Red Men, of which
tin- deceased was a member, attended
tl.bsequles. The Interment was in
I 'oi tsmouth.
Notice 1? 't u im i s
The Light-House Hoard gives notice
that tin- new system of electric light
buoys, heim; temporarily disabled, the
>bl system will be used until repairs
ire made wh.-n the new system will be
igain operated
Professor t; Bellezxa will give .lanc?
ing lessons Tuesday and Thursday
j night ol this w.-.-k ai the Hunter Wood Is
Hall, instead of Masonic Temple, as
heretofore. Pm- Information Inquire at
No. 27? Ka.-t Main street;
On October 18th there will be sold at
iln- Atlantic and Dunville wharf, loot
ot Water stre.-t. Norfolk, account of
whom it may concern, a lot of over and
unclaimed freight, conslvtlng ..r i>.
tiacco, clothing, hardware, fertilizers
..ml other articles too numerous to men
lion. Sale will begin at 1" a. in.
WM. H, TAYLOR, Oen. PT Agt.
Dri. Harmon A fir e.V.
Pye. Car. Nose and Throat. Consul?
tation free. 186 Main street. Norfolk,
Do your glasses suit you7 If aot see
Dr. WECK. 162 Main St.
Prof. Antonia Itcllcszii,Untiring Aca.l.
einj .
Monteflore Hall, Penehurch street,
Classes for ladles and gentlemen Mon?
days ami Fridays 8 p. in.: foi ladles and
i llildrell Tuesdays and Saturdays -I p
m. Terms more reasonable this year
than heretofore.
l.lbbt-y and Mount Washington Cut
i'iluss at low prices at Chapman A.
Jakeman.
Pitcher'6 Castoria.
SEAFARING MEN DEAD.
The Awful Kxperlcnce* of iltc I'rrn
ol a Nrhoonrr.
Mate Iro 15. WTxon. or the schooner
Laura I- SprugUe, arrlod In this city
lust night anil told a story of Buffer?
ing seldom equalled In marine litera?
ture. It is a story which Involves the
death of the captain ami cook of the
vessel, and the illness of three of her
crew.
The Spruguc loft St, Simons' Is?
land. Ou., on September 27th, with a
cargo of lumber bound for I Vision.
That night the cook was taken slolt
with a fever, ami the m-xl day the eUp
taln succumbed. On the 2f*th the ves?
sel struck a northeast gale, and had
to lay under close reefed sail for u
week, during which lime three of her
crew wet <~tal.cn sick I .ast Tuesda y t be
Captain, <!??!> w. Wlxon, of fiipt- Cod,
died ami tin vessel put Into Hampton
Roads, arriving there Saturday after?
noon. Imiing ihe gab- which was en?
countered, nearly ail the provisions
on hoard were lost, and when the
Spragiie came in,living signals of dis
Iress the larder was empty. Provisions
were sent >>n board from the quarantine
hip Jamestown, and yesterday tin* tug
Marguerite went down In bring the Hick
men up I., the city i'..r Ireutmenl i in
tin- way up ti.ink. Kita. Vino, of
Boston, dn-.l The three sick sailors
were curried to Si Vincent's Hospital.
The remains of the captain were sent
lo Cape Cod from old l-olnl Sunday
A speciul from Cape Charles In yes?
terday's llultlmore Sun says
Captain W illiam McKown, one of the
largest oyslermeu in Ihls soot Ion, wus
drowned lo-dtty from a bugeye, while
crossing the Chesapeake Bay front
Norfolk io this city lie was return?
ing i. Norfolk, where he bad been to
dispose ..I a load of oysters, and when
about hall wav UCI'OSS, on what is
known as the Middle (irotind. with a
heavy northwest gale blowing and the
seas running verj high, the tiller slip?
ped out of its soek' t and Captain Mc?
Kown fell overboard. A colored man,
the only other person in the boat, turn?
ed her about as soon as he could in the
absence of the tiller, hut to., let- to
help lie drowning inuu, wie. had taken
the tin.r overboard vl.Ti hint. He
came to the surface only once. The
negro put the lam I nsltor. Flultor
inuil's island am' came t.. bring the sad
news lo bis Wife ami children. Cuptuin
McKown was a respeetamc resident of
? 'ape Charten, ami was about lift years
..I age HI.-, bodv her not op to a late
hl'ui' heel, recoVlcd. lie had Several
hundred dollar* on the boat, which the
colored mini brought Bnfely to his wife.
Male \V. H i*nlmer, .-i the schooner
John It Pnnhnh, died at si Vincent's
Hospital Sunday night. Tin schooner
arrived here Sn'.urdtiy with both mute
and captain sick, the former being sent
lo the hospital
I ..ol).all.
The coming ><..ii. i between He Nor?
folk ami Fori Man roe football leant';
!t?-Xl Slittlldoi will fSelllllH and lull
ol IntM'esl. 'Hi ? soldiers an determined
to de feu I Ho- Norfolk luiys and wit.ut
the a...! low defeat'i lh>-. have suffered
I,. iet<.io". I.le.it Kenley w ill have
charge of IH' foldbT Itoys; and will
bring 11?. a htrge contingent ol lite Old
? ?..ml sw < Iis.
Th- game will be longer than the one
played on lie 3d b?-lwecn Norfolk an 1
Ituinptoti ThlrO lutmtle halves will he
played, No rrnwdtiiic on lite Held and In
torferlng will lie allowed, a strong fence
bavins been place1.! around the grid-Iron
The Norfolk leain is now being .-..ach..!
bv Mr Satmders Taylor, of Hi.- llnlver
sil\ of Vit ebda team <>l ".'I. The gttuti
will lake nb. us usual at the V. M. C
A Park in Clltetll
Y. I?. I.
The meeting last night was a great
success. The let uu room was packed
ami the programme rendered au.l k llo
greatest enthusiasm. The Union starts
? .ff in the tall ami winter campaign un?
der brightest auspices The follow ing
was the programme: Instrumental solo.
Miss Seneca: vocal solo. Walter Hey;
recitation, Miss Muey; vocal s.d... Miss
10well: Instrumental solo Mrs. Stun
worth ami Miss flutyer.: address on the
Atlanta F.xpoaillon, Dr. vVbar'on
All pronounced ibis olio o! the most
successful ??social nights" y. t held
4 llltllgl' .it Sep. dlllc.
i in and nfter Tuesduy, Octolier If,Hi.
and until forthci notice, lite following
chances will be made in the Schtldulc
of th.. Old Dominion Line's Old Coin!
steu liters:
Tin- steamer "Litrny" w ill 1. live com?
pany's wharf. Norfolk, a! :; If, p in .
I'.a v Line wharf at i p. in., for tibi I'oini
and Hamid..ii. Instead ol 1 I" and t ;[ij
p. in., as heretofore,
The stenmoi ''Norlhainpthii'' will
leave Old Point lor Norfolk at -I p. m .
Instead .a' .'. p m as here t of or. I .- ;t
they Have Iri-ivetl.
EM? dost, mini Large. All-Linen Napkins,
"fie, doz . wort n Sl.-V
Co I 'in ? Dnmask Fringed Table Cov?
ers. . yds. soiinre. II,2?j a yds w ide.
?.' 1-2 yds Ion-;. $1.4?; 2 yds wld<
! ds. long, ?1.8? each a big bargain.
2 Cases lies I Apron Checks ami Dross
? ?iiiglutms). Re yd.
i yd. square, Chenille Covers, 3S?c
e do/.. I'in.. Salin Finish IIlick Tow .-Is
?2x40 Inches, 19c. each, it s lm
uiense.
."ed../. i ..loied Flannel Skirls. ".tic each
picc.-s New Dress Hoods, very stylish
in rough CheVlol a id Boucle ef?
fects, from 12c. t>> H.IiO yd
LKVY BltOS
Modem Bargain House
ITI Main street
A Shoe Mim L at t'ONl.
Mrs. B Baphcl's entire slock, at N?i
in. Church street; must he sold ul mice
Kwrythiug n..,: pertains ;.. lirsl-class
.-ho?making, at cost p. . |...,, , ,?.
business.
Mr. 10. M Isaac, of this city, has ),..,.?
app.nnte.i agent here for Andrew Fr, cd
man presiii. ni ..i the N. w York Base?
ball Club, and lias I.i uuthorb/ed to
sign players for next season, Fostei
of Richmond, will atlix his signature to
u .New York contract in tin- nexi few
days.
Instruction in Music
Professor Charles Uorjes, organist ...
Cumberland Street M K. church, lukes
pleasure in announcing to the public
of Norfolk ami vicinity that he is now
giving all his time to the teaching of
music. |)ittno, violin, mandolin, /and
Mut-, at his studio. V M C. A., building,
Terms ami particulars can be learned
on application by letter or in person.
Due line of Kid Cloves embraces ivr
tin'.-. Deals. Townes' and Tanners
well-know n ii.'.u (!lo\ es
.NH'Hul.s A WALLACH,
Hi:. Main street.
All glasses fitted bv Dr. WECK guar?
anteed by C U. CALL, 1S2 Main Si.
BRIEF NORFOLK NEWS
Items of Interest to All Norfolkonians, Gath?
ered and Put Under This Head.
FELL OVERBOARD AND WAS DROWNED.
Mr. Jutitt W. Il.ioltn Awarded Iii? Clin?
iixl v of Iiis Inlaut ? lillii Returned
To ih?- (My ?iiiiii I'omi Wien
Meeting; of Ihc Mothodlsl s.It*}
Srliool Inti?)it.
Tin- small nu|>tliu launch Annita was
In pun yesterday.
Mr. Joseph Wurtzburger, of liultl
liiore, is In tin- i-ity.
Uoth, nt Hi** Third Waul Democratic
clubs held meetings last night
Tin. balconies al Ocean view are be?
ing closed in for tin- winter season.
II is said thut a great many lagless
dogs ail- roaming around 111? - fourth
Ward
Work on tin- Lambert's Point exten
sion.it' tlio trolley road is being pushed
rapidly
The llshlng schooner Augusta John?
son is on tin- ways at Colonnu's mu
rlne rahw ay
The ttornl decorations ut the ineinbet
concert at tie- V. M ?V a. to-night will
in- very pi ?*tt >.
a lurge number of colored people at?
tended the funeral of George White yes
let duy afternoon.
A large number of people will have
tin- city to att.-nil tin- Suffolk Pair,
which opens to-day.
Several delegates to tin- Nutlonul \v.
c T. I' . which meets in Baltimore t<>
day. lefl for thai city last night
'Young men from several ??! the
chtifches in this city conducted the ser?
vices at th.- Pnlon .Mission last night.
Mr. a W. Goldsmith, manager of The
llnii. will go i<> Suffolk to-,lav to make
tin exhibit ol tall clothing al the Fair.
Mr. W D. dowel I is stell enrolling
hoys im th.- Christ Church choir.
Ahont twenty huvc so far been enrolled.
No business of any special Interest
was transacted ai yesterday's ineellngs
of tin- Methtidist ami Baptist ministers
In tl>. ... . ..: Hoggs vs. H?ges Judge
Hdnckcl ha. awarded th.- custody of
ih. infant child to tin- father, John W.
Moers.
riov. O'F.-nail had ucceptetl tin res?
ignation of Capt. W. P. Dodsoil as ord
tuinee of,-. ? i <<f the Pourtli Virginia
Ih glmettC
Mr. ICd?ar Keefo having resigned the
presidency ol the Clgarmnkers' Union,
Mr. C.eorge Walker has been elected to
nil the vacuncy,
The ladles ? >: Uraiiby Street M 15,
Church an- arranging for a aeries of en?
tertainments to raise Hinds to furnish
their m w church.
Chlei ityan, of the Piro Department,
has returned to the cltj from Augusta.
? ot.. where he has beeii attending the
t chiefs' ' "civ '-'it ion.
Tin robbery of the residence of Mrs.
Hunter, on Highland avenue, Bramble
ton. has been reporHul to the police. It
Is said that SIT were stolen.
Mr. W. M. Hosmnii, a recent graduate
of Noi'folk HuslnCHH College, has ac?
cepted a position stenographer will!
the Atlantic ami Danville railway, tills
city.
Tin- condition of Mr. I-!. Ptiddy, who
was injured by an electt'lc car last
week, ticcessltnting ih<- amputation of
Ills leg, was somewhat improved last
night
The w ife and daughter of Mr. A. <'.
Pn-'-maii have returned to the city
Ufte!- a pleasant sojourn of a few
months at their country home. Forest
(Hen. Bedford, \a.
A large number of lire chiefs and their
families arrived here yesterday from
Augusta, i la. and left for New Vork
last ilighi. Tin-:, visited the dlftereht
points of Interest hereabouts.
Curds are Out for tic n.urrlagcnf Miss
Main- i:. ii daughter "f Ml i. F, Hast,
to Mr .1. il Sehieg.-i, ihi ceremony to
take plat.i Wednesday', the 23d inst..,
ai Sind a ut.. at Christ 1' K. Ghiireh.
Miss Daisy J. McCoy and Mr. Joslah
T. Joins will i.tarried ai the resi?
dence of the bud.'. No. ml Chapel street,
at liiSU p. nr.. October 21st., card:, mak?
ing the announcement having been is?
sued.
It Is said a number of Atlantic Cliy
boys, who did mil relish Ihe visits of
Portsmouth young men to young ladles
in thai w it'!, pelted tin- young men
from acii'.-s ihe river with missiles Sun?
day night.
yunoutK-ement has been made of the
forthcoming marriage of Miss Hen nett
Ceh.ds .a Hrambleton, t.. Mr. Thomp?
son Wad.till, of Kichmoml tie ccrmnny'
lake place at McKelldrce M. K.
Church on Wednesday. October -Nat.
At Sunday's meeting ile- Metho?
dist Sunday School AssocMiliotn Ihe
banners tor at telidaiice. punctuality,
and i out rll,1ll Ions were awarded to
Chestnut Street, Centenary. and
Granby street schools, respectively';
Ithbden Ward .iored), a deck hand
mi tin- stearner Lttcy. fell overboard
from that steamer in AlliemiirlC Sound
Sunday night ami drowned before as?
sistance could leach bile Ward was
about |\vellty years tif age. anil was
a native of Bertie (i.unt.v N C.
Ai Sunday's me.-tint; ..f the Hoys'
fioHpel Army at the V ,\| . A., the fol?
lowing ?.Micois wit.- elected! Captain,
Bledsoe Hayes; Plrsi Lieutenant, l.u
ilur Sheldon, Jr.; Second Lieutenant,
Ouy l.espess; Plr.-t Sergeant, Steam
Dodson; Second Sergeant. Willie Black;
Third Sergeant. W illi.- Cross; Fourth
Sergeant, Willi.- Webb
I hr I'ttniiou lti.ll.
Tin- Cannon I'-all frit clothing is re
110? lied.
Greatest bargains here ate always
found:
The) suit lin- masses, short and tail.
Tili: ?ANN? >N CALL "
Kb gat.t > Im hing, gents' furnishings.too,
Finest in Norfolk lliey have for you.
Siock tic largest, prices always small.
AT "TUR CANNi in HA I.I.'
It matters not what your needs may i.e.
For stylish goods tln-lr own make see,
i'lie pile- only they have for all
at thi: cannon hall "
At illS Main street. 'i" hot forget.
Everything for mankind yon can get
See t licit line display fill fall
AT "THE CANNON HALL,"
An .-nvlal le reputation lliey have won.
Most reliable pronounced by every due.
la onomlsts do cot fall to can
AT Til P, "CANNI >N HALL."
v.< Main street
l b is Tells Ihe Title.
Ar,?- ,v ilurke huve only on.- of those
Plan ? ntt ..i *2!t.'. Persons who ire
s.eking .. barxaiti arculd de Well to call
.?t il exa'i'liu .t Sold ui. ib. i teruiij o
ii?-in,'.
wi: t int-:ic iiKHnin.
I orccMl for i <i -11 ri .
Washington, ?. C. Oct. 18
t-1 Forecast: Virginia F a I r:
I I tdlglttly cooler In Southern por
f rwn tlon: northeasterly winds.
} North Carolina: Pair; licht va
I-1 rlahle winds.
'I'lo- iHtromcter continues low
Northeast of New Knglund; It bus risen
except in tin- i.-iiion.s North of Montuna
ami Dukolu, and It Is high over the
Rocky .Mountain Regions and tin- Dako
tas The pressure has decreased sllghi
ly during the ilav in the Central Val?
leys, bin eontlnues above the normal It
is colder in llie Northern States and
warmer in tin- extreme Northeast,
The weather continues generally lulr.
Oui litt lit lo.al showers are reported from
the upi?* r Mississippi Valley.
The IndicutloitH are ihat generally fair
weathel win continue In the districts
mi the Atlautli coasts and inieilor of
the Southern Siute>
Metcrelogical Dalit.
c. s. Department of Agriculture,
Weatin r Bureau. Norfolk, Oct. U.
Local ineterolgglcttl data for the 21
hours ending 8 p nt. last night:
.Maximum temperature . 74
.Minimum temperature . 60
Normal temperature deduced from
-i years' observations . o:
Departure from normal . 1
Departure since January 1st. loll
Rainfall for 24 hours. a
Rainfall since llt-rtl of month. 7J
.1 .1 flRAY. Observer.
AMUSEMENTS.
A BRKKKY TIMKv' This is the
name 1.1 the pla> given at the Academy
of Music last evening before a good
sized audience. The play is devoid of
any plot, bill Is supposed to have been
written solely r.e fun, and there is
much in its iH-rformmicc to Inugh at.
ii is nonsensical, but has some amus?
ing feat ore.;, und in their respective
tides Kitz ami Webster made I he moat
of them. The same iiill will b,. repeated
lo-nlght.
"HKNDRIOK HUDSON, JR."?The
Klmball Opera Com lq tic Organisation
and CorJnne will appeal in "Heudiick
IImis.hi. Jr.". of the "Discover) of
Columbus." al Ihe Academy of Music
lil-morrow and Thursday nights and
a special lliatl. Thursday afternoon.
Tin- superb production of this ope?
ratic extravaganxu Is elaborate, mag
nltlcent, blight, melodious, up-to-date,
and International In the delights it of?
fers it is said ev-ry si Holt of scenery
and every thread of costume was de?
signed and rnj.ie expressly for this
production. 'I he scenic pictures are ex
truordiiinriy eluborutc and beautiful,
und the costumes are the rlchesl Im?
aginable,
Sixty i epic arc in the ckitnpany, which
Is headed by the always charming
Corlnne. who was never as utlracttve
or as accomplished us now. The fu
Voiite little nrtlstc bus new songs, new
dances, and new graces Innumerable,
A multitude of lieu ut if ill girls, in a \T
vactotls plot. The -ale of seats for all
three performances will commence ibis
morning; Prices: 25, .">o 7?. ami it lor
nicht, and math. Thursday. r.u.
ami 75.
CORA VAN TASSKLL. ? Tills
charming little comedienne win appear
in a grand production of Tennessee's
Curdner at the Academy of Mush- next
Fl lda> nigbi The following is front
the Washington II?. i" i News: "Olven
a two weeks' trial last season tin- play
"Tt iiiiossee/s Pardiier" was .'.tamped
with public ap'proval, and as a result
that clever little Soubrette. Cora Vim
Tat sell, has selected I hi* piece as a ve?
hicle for h.i- versatile talents. Western
plays ba\e always been a favorite with
the little lady, ami now she apparently
has a winner."
K UK I) WAltDK N-xi Monday
lilght, tin- '.ist Instant, llio favorite
actor Frederick Warde. will ploy his
annual eiigngeinenl at tin- Academy of
Musi, and will present the sterling
romantic druma entitled ?'The Mounte?
bank/' Mr. Wanb's organization
this reason Is stronger than ever be?
fore, both in numbers ami talent, and
his productions have been mentioned
win rover In- has appeared as superb in
all Iheir uppoiiittnentH. The role of
"Bolphlogiir. the Mountebank." is one
,.f his urea test lillllticterlzat lOHS. and
the play itself is ..a.- of intense in?
terest.
HUNTERSVILLE.
Justice A II Hnwkcs is y. i conlllied
t.i bis bed, sulferlng from Ihe effects
of injury to Ills hand, though said to b<
a little better yesterdhy
Mr. M iSarbinil Lention having re
turned from his recent outing, reports
much pleasure in visiting Alexandria
Harp. r's Perry and Washington, D C.
The Sewing Circle of the Methodtsl
Church met jesterdu} p. II). at Ihe par
xonuge on Johnson uvenu?'. Much Mir
cess has attended liielr efforts through
the year and they have paid for fur?
niture, besides raising quite a surplus
tor a no! her purpose.
While in. weather is favorable, work
should be dotio on many tvenues.
which are still rough from the travel
through deep mud Indes all last win?
ter
Wo enrrj the Manhattan Shirt, and
are now showing i heir latest prod no?
tions.
NICHOLS & WALLACK.
IG? Main street.
Ill ..t:.
HYSI.OP on S.lay morning ai IC
o'clock, ai he residence.Norfolk county,
Mi W T It YSLOF.uepliew ol 11 A.
Illsl.p
h um nil ivll take plaei from the Chris.
Man Memorial TetBpli Highland Terrace,
this elly. on THIS (Tuesday) MORNINH,
Octubri Iftllt, ui ll o'clock, Prieitfls and
acquaintances requested to attend.
TBS CJOPER Ullil WORK,
in, 113 and 115 Bank St.,
KOllFOfiK, - . VIRGINIA,
Large SUM k of i iuktua i
lONUMENlS AM! HEADSTONES.
**-!.<?...i> fur IMMKPU'iT. PI l.ivi.p.y
hardware: !
MiciiANiri rooi.s,
HOL'SHH ItNlSHIXG Sll'i'i II-.-'.
I This Week, a special offering in Knunt
clcd W ar. of nil ku.ds Also ?'?..| Neds
Ituekoln. Baskets and illrd Cagey
.1. B. Armstrong & Co ,
No. G Commercial riucr.
Wim? Front, third door from Main
I stre?*?
io know the real purchasing power of your dollars you must
learn what they'll purchase at THE HUB. *
Once again we'll talk about our CLAY DIAGONAL
SUITS FOR TE si DOLLARS.
If you can duplicate our CLAY DIAGO- , Twelve dollar* foi a splendid keraoy
N.W.s for si" we'll m.ik.- yon a i.ipuI Cloth Overcoat. .\ < t rii ordinary sin
oi any Sun In oar More for notions* We Overcoat, but an out-un-oui "stunner"
pronounce ??m marvelous values Htyle for Hie money We're insi about Inuuau
Mi. Ilnlali and trimming* absolutely per- ruthiij the overcoat season, and make
feel. H you know anything ubout CLAY this exlruosdln.iry off. r lu:st to give
Di .M;??N A LS >?i know the k?u<i-- are things a bin "send-off." These Kersev
dressy, tasteful -and rolluble. We've Overcoats ure the c<|iiul oV unv sold
bound to have your sltee, ?? aus.- we've all elsctvhvre foi ?15 '1'iit- colors nr.- dark
si*.-s regular*; stouts and bans, .lust blue, black and slate The s lee es urn
remember one thint; about our "CLAY8." satin-lined. The coats ure cul tuil
The jjooJ-i won t wear glossy. Io igth and lined witti tine serge.
Your Money Back on Demand il You Become Dissatisfied with
a Purchase .Wad.- at ''THE HUB."
-One Price To-Day, To-Morrow and Always.
^j^ ?^f JhT" ^ tt>
Norfolk's " AW AY IN I HE LEAD " Clothiers and Furnishers
202 and 209 MAIN STREET.
Open Evenings until 9. Saturdays, 11,
prv
CANVAS AND
.WOLFSKIN
0b SHOES, STOCKINGS
AND SWEATERS.
PANT's ?ffe^M
PANT?11;OOTBALL
JACKETS, 4sfr J GUIDE FOR '9v
NOSH AND 4*t~i>''
QU1REMENTS OF
Mil: GAA\E=
HEAD MASKS
SI UN GUARDS.
CAI.ly .X ."V S > IC T-l AAiE 3SJ 13 STOCK.
O ' TOT 1E1 X IL- 9 ?
MM i Miens. 15.,
Ate promptly relieved by the Use of ? fOM n <\ N!> SYKCP WMIVI' PINK AN I
tah a reinudv which combines in i he highest ileniv" cfllolency mal luihuubl
lltv. Prepared by LAWHICNCK a- IIOLMKS. Druggists, 7? Main street, opposlt,
Si. .1 Allies Hotel, fin.a- floods delivered n. ..il parts of the city.
I, AN WYOK'S ACADISMY OP Mi
Two Nights Monday und Tuesday Oc?
tober i'Hi und ifith.
PIT'/ & wkbstkr
in?
"A ni'.i:i:/.v timi: ."
Toned up t<> dilti Kverythfng n^W.
li?vol and original. Stile ?l -...is Salin
day. Prices .'???.?.. and $1. .xdl-.tl
CAN WYCKS ACADKMY OF .Mi SH\
I Wednesday and Thursday and ThurSr
day Mntinee. October IHtli and iTtli.
KI.MHAI.l. OPF.RA i OMiUt K COMPV,
and illu iieerless CDRINNIi, In nr.N
DRICK HUDSON, .ir. Sixty ueo|d?
Sen* on sale Tuesday Pi. ???.??minie.
lively customer purchasing
Ohe dollar's worth of tlroce
ries will In- entitled to one
llekel The lucky litimbei will
receive an elegant ADJUST'
ABLE OAK CHAIR, which Im
now on exhibition a.
43 MARKET PLACE.
Just Received i
A choice lot
SMITHPIELD HAMS.
SM ITH FIKI.D M I r>l M.i NOS.
BMITHFIP.I.I i sin d Limits.
A -mull lot Whit.' Onions for pickling.
New Buckwheat and Majile Syrup.
U. R. ERiGGS,
No. 1 Comniercial Place, Old
Market Square.
Notice to Water Takers.
U ATKR RKNTS are now due Ten
per eeni will b- udded to all mils unpaid
aflei Iht- loth distant
Ry ordei ot
BOARD or WATER COMMISSION -
I klltS. OClC-jt
To Fo ROGERS,
KOQMS 21 ? ,in.l ^12 COI hm1jia Hf ILH
IS'g, (JUaNBY STKKKfc
Dwellings S? und s2 Charlotte atrcqt.
i>?. Illitg it..!.- street.
i 'welllni; ? l?7 and 171 Vork ?1 ? \t nded.
I >.\i iiivj.- ? '!?; und i:w Duk>.' street
I <\\ ? ll.n:. 1 Cotltt.lt SM'??*!
Dwelllnk !i? Variiioinh street
1 .Wellinl: |:l ..... . .. m.i
l>wclllii(j I'.J V..ik hiri*i-1: .'an I, '98,
Ofllccs on Hank, (ouiiiiv ai..i Loiuiucrce
street.
Htorcs and 47 Coiniheroe street,
Stores sib and Church r-t.t
St?rte ib*. and Main vtrcet
Hturo Iii Hank street.
Stores r.l an.I IHianoke avenue;
Warehouses pa Plume und Kandolph
COLONIAL FRONT,
JUST RECEIVED,
Ladies' and Misses*
DO'V L2 & SM AIL
N<? 1..; main HTHKKT
WHAT YOU WANT !
Stylish Fall Hat!
Children's Tain ITSIianlers,
NEW COLORS,
FIFTY and SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS.
?t-i.it? t-1'... ?-.
Waltet: J. Simnions & Co..
IIA I lERSand FURRIERS.
OP ION HVKNIN?H i' NT 11. O'CLOCK.
OCEAN ViEW HOTEL,
I i. 'H A N V i . V'X.
l.'?Ll, \M' WLNTIOH SKASON The
iito: i lliuruui;ld> ..|iiipp. <l hotel on the
V'ir?tnlu i'oiifl I5\f( llent Hc.'oinmoda
lion- Htcnni IUhuiI Blectrle Ltguied.
Rxtcnslve Sun Parlors Cor further in
...i n.a,Km HoeWlut. i P.esuri Quid* Uooka
u all kudln? rallioa.ls or address
CM AS L. WALTON, Mangr.

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