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COLD IN THE HEART.
Pneumonia, (Inflammation of the
Lungs) Is caused by prolonged exposure
to cold and fatigue.
OUTDOORS?Becoming numb by
long, cold drive?remaining In wet
clothes, or lying on damp ground after
football or tennis.
INDOOES?Sewing all day In' a eold
room?sitting In an office, church or pub?
lic hull that Is not healed sends a chill
to the heart, paralyses the deep circula?
tion, and Pneumonia or Grip result.
In spite of these dangers, If you carry
! a bottle oiv "17" In your pocket, an occa?
sional dose will pi event your taking cold.
l"77" cures Colds, Grippe, Jnflueiisa;
Catarrh, Pains and Soreness in the Mead
and Chest, Cjiigh, Sore Thtoat, General
Prostration and Fever.
"77" will "break up" a stubborn cold
Unit "hangs on."
Dr. Humphreys pills up u siiecllic for
"every disease. They are described in his
Manual, which Is sent free.
Small bottles of pleasant pellets?lit
your vest pouket; sold bj druggists, or
sent on receipt of price, SSe.: or live for
$1.00; Humphrey*' Medicine Co., Ill nnd
113 Williams stre t, N< w i'.ork. Be sure
CANVASSER j WANTED lo canvass
so) p. Address J. LENT, Mansion
V \ 5 I t I- ni i by", is, r I TiTuT
clerk nf ti n years' experience, by No?
vember h">; llrst-clasM loforchce und rea?
son for change. Address "ARISTOLV"
can- of Richmond Dispatch. noil-lf
Vi ANTED 'I-.i ? P h:t'l ini- rest 111 a rood
i-ayinc busliicn, established ten years?
?. Address "A. 15. C," this olHce.
WA NTER-rGood salesmen to sell n line
line of lubricating and special oils
throughout Virginia and the Southern
Stales. THE BUCKEYE BBKINING
COMPANY, I'lltBburg, I'a. no3-l\y
MEN lo Bell a specialty lo the grocery
trade; steady employment; experience
unnecessary; $7". monthly salary and
exiM'iises or eoinmtsslon. If offer Is sat?
isfactory, address ai one.', with par?
ticulars concerning yourself, UNITED
STATES CHEMICAL WORKS, Chica?
WANTED- A good mail to buy but a
well-established business: also stock of
horsi -. wagons, etc., on account of de
Slri to travel and retire from business.
II" will make n great sncrlllce lo sell,
Addri is OWNER, care Norfolk Vir?
13. LESMEN 1j :. ii cigars: it", per month
salary and expenses paid. Address,
with 2e. stamp; SUPERIOR CIGAR
CO., Chicago. ns3-lt
WANTED SALESMEN ? Gold glass
name plates, numbers nnd signs'; road
abie darkest night; samples loaned. J.
?. THOMAS .V: CO., Eueh wood, 111.
WANTED Young nun lo prepnro for
tie- examination tor Clerk and Carrier
io hi held in tins city In December.
Thorough course of Instruction by mall;
pul'ttUllllirs life. national COR
tESPON DENCE INSTITUTE, Wash?
ington, D. iv 1103-lt
520 A DAY for a few hustlers to sell the
Climax Dish Washer. Washes and
dries in two minutes:evory woman buys
no experience; no canvassing; perma?
nent position in country, town or city:
don't be poor, sell tile Climax. An ac?
tive man or woman can get $]o a day.
CLIMAX MANUFACTURING CO..
Columbus, Ohio. no3-lt
BUILDING, H'JAN AND LIFE 1NSU
ranee comhlued: exceptional Indtice
inenis ohi red to llrst-clltss solicitors.
P.oom t7 lladdlngtOn building, city. !?
to In a. in. no2-tf
WANTED?By two gentlemen, two nice?
ly fiirnisned roonis ami umul hoard In
private finally: good location. Address
' B," care Virginian. llol-3t
.WANTED Second hand counters and
and show can s. Address "B." earn
WANTED -Two good miles: must he
sound, gentle, lair sized anil warrant
id gi ?! woiheis: must be ehpap for
spot ca.sh: siate where can be seen. Ad?
dress, "..ill.I.." care Virginian, nol-tf
Wanted An active partner wltli $CC00
or SS.rtOi) to engage In a well-established
furniture and carpet business In one of
tho most prosperous eitles in Ihn South.
For parlieiiluri nddriss "BUSINESS/!
care Norfolk Yliginlan. oi:!l-lw
JWANTED Salesenili to sell Staple gouds
at home or travel: liberal salary or]
good commission. We send samples on
application; give exclusive territory.
Address P. ?>. Box 1103. N. v. City.
j (V \NT fTvc ExpeTtcnccd Building and
Loan 3oltcltoi i w- li acquainted in Nor?
folk and adjar. ni towns. Will pay
rnlary vith commission, fall mi W.
M. PARK, al Ailaiitic Hotel, Norfolk,
bet ween 2 und I p. m. uu4-tf
SALESMEN One locally and one to
travel; will pay good salary and ex?
pense!! or commission: orders easily ob?
tained: experience unnecessary; for
samples t.ed particulars address P. O.
?Ion !2U New York city.
(WANTED Salesmen ?Energetic men to
sell goods by Kamille at. home or trav?
el; easy scllor: staple floods: liberal
salary or good commission. Addrcs I".
O. Don 1103, New Yolk eltY.
WANTED-Hi li And Womon To W ork
Ai Home. I pay IS to sn; per week for
making ''rayon Portraits. New patent?
ed method. Any one who can read or
wrlti can ?'??< the work nl home, In spare
time day or evening. Send for purlieu-j
lors and work at once. Address iL A.
GRIPP, German Artist. Tyrone, Pa.
BA l.ES?i en W A NT E D?To sell our
good'i io ihr wholesale and retail trade;
our eon.Is - i ll on night: liberal salary or
commission paid; position permanent.
For particular! address CENTENNIAL
MANUFACTURING CO., Atlanta, Gn.
Factory. Milwaukee, wis. oc20-sii
AGENTS male- r. a day. Marvelous In?
vention. Retails 25 cents. Two to six
sold in a house, Sample mailed free.
FORSIIEE & m?kln. Cincinnati, <?.
(SALESMEN to lake orders and collect.
}:V? bond, signed by a business firm, re
qillred; oxcltislvo territory; J2"> to ?7;
weekly. For particulars, address P.
O. Box 13'jl Ntw York city. lu.Ui.f.uu
A Readable Condensation of the Minor Hap?
penings ot the City by The Sea.
IN NORFOLK'S STREETS AND BYWAYS
Tcleyrupli lLlcicOut ul'OnHir-Another
Heavy Clalnihll?l-'nsl N'enrltig Com?
pletion?Xutvs of tlic Jttoriit?Aiinl?
vcmnry Mormon?Other Mat tern <?i'
There are paid to beM'ully 200 vessels
in Hampton Loads, weather bound.
A glance at the hotel registers shows
a heavy Hunting' population,
Vcslerday the average temperature
?was lower than on any day this sea
The Government telegraph line be?
tween this city and Cape llatteias hi
put 'if order.
Mr, .1. P. Uicnes leaves on Monday for
the New England Conservatory of
Music, UostOll, Muss.
Mr. Marx Levy, a converted Hebrew,
who is engaged In missionary work in
New York. Is In the city.
A lady who keens a stme on Church
street, was arrested yesterday. Charged
with having a stolen coal.
Messrs. 13. b. Bailey und W. L.
Hruen. of Washington, spoke at the
Uiilbn Mission last night.
The rainfall In this city yesterday
reached one inch, according to the rec?
ords ai the Weather Bureau.
The prevailing prices of country pro?
ducts were |qw< I* in the city nmrkel yes?
terday than for some time i>:-.st.
Master C. V. Fisher, son of Deputy
City Collector C. A, Fisher, Is much Im?
proved from a severe attack of t> phoid
Mr. John Wesner, of the Hunting
Shows, left oh the Old Dominion1 steam?
er last night for his home, at Warwick.
Kcv. W. S. Leak.- will preach his
third anniversary Sermon as pastor ol
Grace Baptist Church this morning at
Mr. w. ,i. Clement, representing the
Woudsoh-Johnson Furniture Company .
of Lynchburg. Va., iu a guest o? the
Watt, liottow & Clay's new building
will soon be completed, the front being
closed In and the new eonerc.te pave?
ment put down.
Miss Annie Henry, of Norfolk, will
be one of the bridesmaids at Uiu Brpck
cnbrough-Cooko nuptials in Rlchuiohu
on the Hth inslaift.. ?
The election of the bfflcers of the
Ladles' Memoria! A'SSOCtntl?ll will be
held on Tuesday next, at I- o'clock, in
the hall of the P. H. Camp. Main sti t.
The Misses Alexandria and Berna?
dette Porter are spending n fi w w ? ks
at the Atlantic Hotel, with their broth?
er, Mr. Frank A. Porter, or the City Na?
Colonel Lamb agrees to accept the
Chairmanship of the Republican State
Committee if tendered unanimously,
and If ii carries with it an appointment
on the National Committee.
Rev. A. S. Lloyd will deliver an ad?
dress to the Young Men's Christian
Association (colored) this afternoon
til ."i o'clock. Song Service will pr.>de
the meeting. All men are invited.
Messrs. W. R. and R. M. Gardiner, of
Liverpool, were iu the city yesterday.
The Central Labor Union will hold
tin- llrst at us monthly public meetings'
at Emerald Hall oil Ha 12th Intitant.
Messrs. Win. .\loore and Willis Brown
have been elect, d as delcgaiea, from
Brace Baptist Church, to attend th<
meeting of the Baptist General As.-o
clatlon, which convenes Iii Petersburg
on the I5tll Instant.
Mr. w. C. Aldcn, for a number of
years Chief Clerk of tin- Alle.!,lie and
Danville railroad, has accepted tic po?
sition of General Agent of the Cen?
tury Building and Loan Association.
No. 9fi Main street. Mr. T. W\ Tattini,
late rate-Clerk, lias been' promoted to
succeed .Mr. Ahlen.
The Century Building and Lean As?
sociation, ehuli red by Judge I III lick el
a shirt time ago. has leased the build?
ing No. OU Main str< -L and will take
possession on December is:, subject,
however, to sub-lenses of n., Norfolk
LOST?A Pointer Bog: answers lo the
name Lucre. Liberal .reward it return?
ed to .1. M. PRICE, l.'d iiuu- Atrcct, city.
INCREASE VOUR INCOME Out Copy?
righted Market Letter will give you val?
uable Information, Cln uhir on ??
Illation and list of stock Privileg?
mailed upon application. Stocks bought
and sold for cash or on margin. Com?
mission l-IC. BORRS, HASSEL!,
B?., Bankers and Brokers, Cti Broad?
way, New York city. llo3-li
HOW TO SPECULATE 8UCCESI3
fully in Wheat, Cotton and Stocks."
Mailed free. Send us your nnin ?
address. COM STOCK, HUGHES
CO., Hankers anil Brokers, No. .V,
Broadway, New York. nci.1-lt
FIRST-CLASS BOARD, with or wlthoul
rooms, can lie obtained in West End,
very accessablc u> business centre. Ad?
dress "A. B. C." P. <?. Box 232, no2-3l
CONSULTING ELECTRICAL ENGI?
NEER.? M; A. AgelastO. .:i I'limie st.
FOR WEDDINGS?Our "Art Depart?
ment" are displaying an extensive line
of beautiful ami artistic Brained Pic?
tures, with appiopriatc subjects lor
Bridal Gifts. NUSBAUMS ART Li:
PAltTMENT, 12S Main street,
PRESCH! PTI?NS carefully compound?
ed. All Brags. Patent Medicines, Toi
lei Articles, Cigars and Tobacco. W.
V. Bill BLIPS. 2IC Main street.
lia.' Blonilalies, in Ml p. book f"r n Mump,
?lubn It. WnniUiHry, 1X7\V. CM St., N. V.
Inventor ol Wuodburjr'l Facial Soap,
FOR BENT?Store No. 27JS Church slrei
and loft over 27C and L'TV Immediate pos?
session. Also store and dwelling
Church street, January I. lS9t>. Appl)
No. 131 Cumberland street. no2-lw
FOR RENT?Two desirable rooms west
of Freetniison at reel, in private rcsl
dence: terms reasonable: references ex?
changed. Address "11.." this oilicc.
BOB SALE CHEAP-A steam heater
suitable for ? greenhouse, large dwell?
ing or other buildings. 11 EAT 10B, this
BOB SALE?Desirabto building bus on
Bouth side Lovltt avenue, Bramhlelon.
Apply at 22<j Lovltt avtnus. oc31-8t*
and Carolina railroad add of Messrs.
Vaughan & Simmons, who have of?
fices (here. ' ?
Luke Bnllontine. a colored' penlN)n
tlary convict, was urnrslcd la?t bight
jon a charge of ussaulting one Nellie'
' Mr. Mark Lnyy, t)f New York. the,
converted Hebrew, will speak at UrtlbB
Mission.. lower Churohi. Street, to-nlghl
at 7:30 o'clock, dood:singing. All are
cordially Invited to attend.
THE BICYCLE GIRL.?Jolly Nellie
Mcllenry and her excellent company. In
a new play; "The Bicycle Citri," will bo
at the Academy of Music to-morrow
(Monday) and Tuesday nights. It Is
always a treat lo see Jolly Nellie Mc?
llenry. She Is osie of the originals of
the stage. Admitting that she Is one
oT Hie plainest or actresses, and. what
Is more, does not seem to try to make
herself pretty, she Is vet one of the
most attractive. Her peculiar charms
lie in a cheery, sympathetic, responsive
nature, and an Irresistably buoyant
s. v.se of humcr. Miss Mcllenry Is the
life of the company, but the arteries
through which course the run ami mer?
riment, are her clever assistants, num?
bering a dozen <>r more. Prominent
nniiing the may be mentioned .John
Webster, Charles Morrison. Henry Ln
inout, Miss [.aura Bennett, Miss Dell
Jackson. Miss Ethel Tyler. Miss Lil?
lian De Gross and others.
IIANKOHI i-SUENVEK-O BUI ION. ?
Probably the best three shows ol" the
sort that have been offered to Norfolk
in some time will be the Merchant of
Venice, the Hunchback ami Othello.
They will be played by a company of
accomplished actors, led by Charles B.
I Inn ford, Eltghu 1'.. Spencer ami Nora
O'Brien. Before Ibis season these three
dramatic stars headed ?.ipanics of
I their own. But this season they de?
cided that more perfect Performances
could Ik- given by combining their tal?
ents. This assures a forceful and na?
tural interpretation of life chief char?
acters in the plays embraced in their
repertoire. Besides this, they were
careful to select players who were fa?
miliar with the classic drama. Their
assistants number eighteen, ami there
is no! a stick among them. In other
places their performances are regard?
ed hs nisi ela.-s. The Merchant of
Venice will be played Friday night, at
tin Saturday matinee the Hunchback
will be given, ami Othello will be pre?
sented Saturday night.
The sale ol" seats will open Wed?
nesday. No advance In prices.
NORFOLK 'CYCLE AND ATHLET
n- CLUB BENEFIT.?Nelly. Mcllenry
in "Tin- Blcvcle Girl," Academy of
Music MbpdJky night, Nortmoor Ith.
All tickets said u>> to n o'clock Monday
afternoon win be for the benefit of the
[club. Tickets for sale' at A. A.
i ? Nelll & Bro., No. S7 Main street, ami
members at 111? ? club. Give the boys a
lift by buying their lick' ts.
NANCY LEE.?Digby Hell and Com?
pany repeated Miller's opera or "Nan?
cy L. i " a' the Academy yesterday uf
teruooii and evening, and on both oc?
casions before well pleased audiences.
The Oriole Club Social.
On Friday evei|h)g last at the resi?
dence of Muni MaudetMbseley, No. 12
Arlington Place, tin- Oriole Club held
one of their delightful socials. Amuse?
ments of various kinds were indulged
in. after which the members adjourned
to the spacious dining room to partake
'i refreshments which were so hand?
somely screed. Those present were:
Misses Anderson1, Hbdglns, Bttssell,Rob?
erts, Danker. Williams. Moseley, Messrs.
Edgar White, Bund. Aydelotle.Hudgins,
Burroughs, Win. While, Seymour.
I.oolt ui Prices;
The Casket is in receipt of more
sju clnl bargains. Diamond brooches
and pendants. $50, worth S?ll: J?h worth
?r7.".. up to $250; diamond rings from $5
to $500; gold watches. SIS lo $250; silver
silgar sin Iis, S1.25; butter knives, sugar
sifters, en am ladles at |L50j tea spoons,
hit" fancy patterns, at $4 per'set. Every?
thing of worth ai bottom prices to be
found at Greenwood's. Best work by
beat workmen at Greenwood's. You
save lime, money and patience by pat?
ronizing 11 rcen wood's.
A Southern Rrniietl Site.
Capt. W. T. Sampson. Chief of Ord?
nance of the Navy; in his alluvial report
to the Secretary of the Navy, says:
"Congress having made an appropria?
tion lor ih.' removal of the naval maga?
zine at Cratiey Island, near Norfolk.
Vn., ihe Bureau bus selected a tract of
land of about sixty acres for the pur?
pose, on tlie Southern Branch of the
RUzaboth river, and the Attorney-Gen?
ial is now examining into the title ot
the land. If found clear, stops will be
taken to consummate the purchase, and
:?' creel thereon the necessary build?
ings as soon as the consent of the Leg?
islature of tin- Bl?te of Virginia to stteh
purchase has been given, as required
by 1'eib ral sla t inc."
Among Our Cattail Men.
Unsettled weather in cotton belt.
Spot cotton in 'Liverpool declined
l-lfid; contracts declined ;i to i-iuths.
Ni w York spot market declined l-16c;
contracts declined '.> to P) points, and
closed easy. Sales. 139,200 bales. Jan?
uary. s.Tl" to 8.73; March, 8.81 to S.Sl':
May. B.9Q lo 8.01.
I lilted States ports received 24.720
I ales cotton yesterday, against r.:t.4()4
bales last year and 51,479 bales in IS03.
New Orleans receipts Monday tin- cs
tlmnled at from 12.OHO to 14,000 hairs,
agnliisl 27,532 bales last year and I4;339
11.iles in IS93.
I'urceusi for Xovemlier.
Frequent gales between the New
England coast and the British Isles
and as far Soiirh as Ihe 40th parallel.
Between latitudes 2"> degrees north and
In degrees north., and east of longi?
tude 70 degrees west, occasional gales,
son..' of which may be quite severe.
Fog on the Grand Banks, but at In?
tervals only. Some Icebergs in the
vicinity of Belle Isle; probably none
south of the Mult parallel.
Auction Sale ol Horses.
Taylor & Co. will sell for Pendleton
\& Boycc at their stables, Nos, 70 and 78
Union street, at 10 o'clock Wednesday
morning, 2i?(? herd of horses and mule.-.
See advertisement on eighth page of
Virginian, ami be Oil hand.
Messrs. Horace S. Peed and James
M. .Ionian have formed a co-partner?
ship under the (inn name of F. M. Peed
i<- Sen, to conduct the ship chandlery
and ship supply business at Water
street and Roanoke avenue.
October^ 1st, 1S94._ se30-su,tu,tf
Oyster Sandwiches at Mac's, C cents.
The l?dies'or Ihe Cheerful Workers'
.Society of j Central. Avenue - Baptist
'Church will give an oyster supper and
entertainment at Odd Fellows' Hall
next \VedUCSday and Thur**la,y nights
for the behoilt of the chu'rtlh. '
? The little daughter of Captain and
Mrs. Joseph West, of North street, has
Col ley ' Memorial ..Church?Public
worship at II und 7:-l?>, preaching by
the pastor. Kev.
day school at 9:1
?I and 7 p. m.
A. It?blnson; Sun
C.- Eyi societies al
Rev. T. A. Hall, pastor,?Preaching at
11 a. in. and 7:00 p. in. Morning sub?
ject: "The Insufficiency jot Hainan I3f
forts in the Conversion of Souls." Night
subject: "The Lord Our Refuge.'1
Preaching to-day at LcKles Memo?
rial Church al II a. In.'and 7:!!0 p. m.
Morning subject: "A Beautiful Chris?
tian Life." At night: "A Creal Mes?
sage from an Obscure-Map-" Sunday
school at 9:30 u. m. Experience meet?
ing at 3 p. m.
Sir Knight Templar .lames K. Alex?
ander and Dr. Charles C. Lcuuoii, of
Alexandria, Va., son of Rev. .i. 0. Leil
non, of ih.is city, who'came down rill
Masonic business last Monday morn?
ing, returned lioine this week?Mr.
Alexander returning Tuesday evening,
ami Df. Lemion lust night.
Mr. L. .1. Gallup, who came down U
attend the Savuge-Cookc nuptial-:, re?
turned to Baltimore Tiicsdny tv/ohr
lug to pursue his medical course.
Ilunlei'svllle M. I-:, t'hnrch. Itegular
services to-day by the p.-istor. Lev. .1.
O. Lepnon, fitornig und night. Holy
communion at night. Hours, n a. in.
and 7:4.r> p. in.
Grace Baptist Church- -Kev. W. S.
Leake, pastor.?Third anniversary ser
mon at II a. m.
Messrs. William Moore and Willis
Brown, of this church, have been
elected delegates to attend th.- Coin
nil Baptist Association In Petersburg
on the Ifitll Instant.
St. Andrew's Mission Chain-'?Ser?
vices may be expected to-day as us?
Organ Itecital To-McrnlW.
Tin- llrst organ recital Christ
Chiirch will be given to-morrow (Mon?
day) at 4:80 p. m. Mr. Miller will be as?
sisted at this recital by Miss S. Kin?
dred Williams, .cum rait ii. and Mr. Hans |
MettKe. violin,-, llo. The recitals I!
free, as heretofore.
MHIIir Hl'BltARII AYIittS'
Tlic Original ol tili? Picture lletilliieil
lier Exquisite ComptoxInn Through
the I'se of tleeaiiiler Creitllli I u
iii tier lleutli nl Eighty.
No woman can he beautiful or even
CLUANLV Iu appearance whose lac,
Is marred by pimples, blackheads, bliicli
cs. freckles or oile r Imperfections,
These are the ONLY skin remedies en?
dorsed by physicians.
THBY ABB PURK.
where von eve it nek sich
iMioit i.x i:\ ts isei'ohe.
FROM MADAMi: fiiEliNA P.iHt KHOLiN
Craig-y-Nos Castle, October 13.
"My Dear .Mrs. Ayer There never ha.
been anything eipiai Iii merit to-tin i:
camicr I'roparnlions; iny skin is so Ini
mensel) Improved b> iheir use, i i.i hoi
dread old age while these magic Invention.-!
of yours exist. I use Cream, Balm ami
l.i lion every day of m> life. Recaimer
Soap also is perfect.I si,.ill itev'er Us<
other. 1 hear lhai the Princess of Wales
i:- delighted with Kccamlei Preparation
I am convinced tin y an- the greatest how?
ever invented. Aflffcetloiuitcl) yours,
A I ?ELINA I'atti-NICOLI N I.
"! ccisld- r I Pein a luxury and ncccssll)
to every woman."
ci-i;a bbqliiabt potter
"Most refreshing and I, nellclal, anil
FAB superior to am others
FANNY da V BN PORT.
"Tiie perfection oi toilet articles."
'The Recamler 1 reparations an- absolu?
tely PEERLESS, i shall always use
HELEN mo dj ksk A.
T use the lt.- a miei - religiously, and be?
lieve thin KSSKN.TIAL lo the i.,j!.i ,.
every woman who desil - a fair skin.
I.II.:.11: langtrn .
"I unqualifiedly recommend them as tin
v< ry be-il la ex Istence.V
clara louise KKLl.OBB
RECAMIKR CREAM for tan, sunburn,
pimples, el !. I'l lei . -'!?
RBCAMIBH BALM, a |>cau tiller, pun
and simple. I'l Ice ji.so.
RBCAMIBR ALMOND LoTKiN
freckles, moth and dlscoloiittions, Prlc,
RECAMJKR POWDER for the toilet
and nursery. W ill stas on ami docs mil
make-the face r.hlne. Price?Large lioxi
$1: small Imxes,
RECAM1EB SOAP. tl?- best In tl
world. Prices?Scented, unscented,
' S^?C CI AL NOTICE.
REFUSE SUBSTITUTES?Scud 2 cent
stamp for sample of Tollet I'owd.-r,Pamph?
let au I Itai gain offer. Mail ordcri
HARRIET HU3BRRD ?YE?.
?3: West 31st Street, NEW YORK CITY.
Public notice is hereby given that
pending the work of widening ami de,
ening the Cunal of (he Lake Drummo
Canal and Water Company same will hi
closed to transportation on ami after 1 ?
coihber 1st, 1805, until fm-dier notice.
I AKE URBM.MUNB CANAL AND
.WATER COMPANY. Oc23-W,su,frl3\Y
WAN VVVCK'S ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Ti?xY NOV. 4 & 5.
Tile Charming t.'<?im-illi-niu?.
JOLLY - NKLLIB - McllBNItY,
in ho- Latest Cyclo Conn lly Success
'IHK HIOYCLH 01HD.
Slipporled l?y :i strong company. Heats
on sale Saturday. Prices, S6, ir.c. ami
It is Only
That is Different.
I >. i not fcnr disappointment?t he Block
Is right, tin- block is Heilt, Miller's. Yoii
inan'x Dun hip' siyies. The new idea
has taken root in Norfolk. The Do purl
t;: ill Store Iden of Selling on a small
.Men's ami Hoys' Caps. 23 and ">'le.
Men's ('rush Travelling Hats, Pur, nil
Fedora Mats', C."ic, Tile.. 99c.,$1.23, $1.49,
Men's, Women's ami Children's Shoes
and Dry <;<.oiis sold on tin.-same narrow
Church St., Near Queen.
nrr-rfrVS:*Sl IS)-iijwiim.Miuwniw'in n.i.i
THAT IS NO JOKE 1
-WE HAVE THE?
To still the head and pocket,
SELECT LINK OF MI NIC SCARES.
L. JACK OLIVER & CO.,
KM>.\ At: I'.NTS. ill MAIN ST.
and Whiskey Habits
cured tu huino with*
I out pain. Book oi pan
tlriilnm rtent IPRKB,
? ynicc, UBJi W?UohaU bu Atlimt?. <?3n
_AMUSEMENTS._ _ _AMUSEMENTS.: "'E^g
A C AD EM V ? F MUS I Ol
1? A i? IS J > 1<* ;V M 'A' I O, *V K15 AT 2
CHARLES D. HANFORD, ELIHU R. SPERCEP, NORA O'BRIEN,
ami a well nigh Matchless Pcdcraliuii of Players In Three Moving Dramfth.. :
?i si; u i'.
The Merchant o. Venice/
* SATiriiiiA'Y J_
A vast quantity of tin- lineal sort of Scenery, ami a hundred Superb ObatumuS
will bo witnessed In llieso plays.
SEATS ON SALE WEDNESDAY. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES.
IT IS Ti Will Iii IIIS THE PRICE LOW 1
The temptation lo gel high profits Is ever ptoscnt In the store
that has few customers. llOre li Is absent ami not voting,
A little prolll from a great many is the rule . That's what
huilt ihe business.
This week Joseph Burnett's Hoston Odors, P.e. an 07..; usually
Hnhy Flannels, really outing elolh, happed on both sides,
heavy. The usual I2'.iiu. ipiallty for wrappers, babies' wear, etc., only
prettier stripes and llgurus than over before, oh light grounds, 10c a
Sumptous Saline Comforts, sat I no on both sides, und beautiful
the patterns, tilled with lino white cotton. Marvelous value, $2.00.
Good Comforts, good sl?o, 7'>c. Between these there are many
Have you seen tie- Famous California Blankets at tfs.OO? Full ?
ll-i. Soft and Unify; pure wool! Similar selling we have never seen
While Blankets as low its 75e. Uetwecn these two there Is
much warmth at medium coSt.
Strikingly new Plaids. These are miles away from the usual.
Wool I'hi Ids for waists, with square mushes of silk over modest
shaded grounds, 50c,
Children's Tarn O'Shanlcra In a new range of colors, 50c.
Children's Roman Cups, knitted clips in Roman stripes, Novel
Portieres, hew ondii In all the fashionable shades. On these
there Ih a greater saving than you suspect until you search and know
?Sl'.iM. they are! jj
On every Ciipe bought here the buyer saves from $1.00 to'$5.00.
'att, Rettew & Clay.
SAVED! SAVED!"" SAVED!
Cried the buyer, clasping the dollar in his pocket book.
The reader of this can uo the same by purchasing his or
her wants from the Great Hardware Deoot of
WHITE & DUD. 151 Plain street KorlolK, Ha.
Coal Hods, Oil Stoves, Chafing Dishes, Shovels. Tongs
and all things to make housekeeping happy. Hardware,
Faints, Oils, Mantles, Sash Doors and Blinds, Mill Supplies,
Pipes, Bicycles and Bicycle Sundries.
Grive Us a, Oa ll!
1 The Wheels |
g run one way to-day, another to- J
g morrow. B?l our leading wheel?The Ram- |
? blei*?is still the favorite Bicycle. 3
? It'.- easy to account for Its unprecedented %
S popularity, because the Kaiiiblcr is ma.de lighter and stronger
2 than all others
Wo have several other good makes
of cheaper wheels, and our Bicycle Depart?
ment is beyond question the best in the State.
i 87 Main St.
?0 090 03?' OeC'O Oa003005U9fieG680980eOO?0**J*9i9
DR. A. D. BARRETT,
1J> ?NT E CS MT .
(Hllcc Over No. I In iiikI 1.10 >!r.in MS.,
opposite li'ir.v liunl liiiitliiig,
Artificial t.-i iti made i>l' dir Ijc-hI ma;. -
rial. A perfect Iii guaranteed. Artificial
li'ih repaired, old set* artificial teeth
relit ted and mndo altiiUHi as good a:: new.
Cheap artlilelal tcoth without plates, new
patent suction, i>uiv i- per upper or
under set. Teeth extracted l?y tin- latest
iinproved .methods rial attention
given in tie- filling and preservation of
ila- natural liicth with gold and all kinds
-.1 Idlings. Dr. A. D. HARRIOTT would
rc-jpcclfuily solicit a .-all from .Ml cia se.i
of people looking for llrsl-class dental
work, ai prices satisfactory to all. No
All DrogginU or from tho
NATIONAL tiOLICITINC COMPANY,
gu.w.f No.DUI.'ifth avenue, Now York.
Irwin's Twin City Express.
W. T. Irwin & Co., Broprictors.
OFFICE?10Sl<, WATER ST., Norfolk, Va.
Amplo facilities for hauling anything to
and from anywhero in the three, cities. Tel
enhone No. C. CHARGES REASONA?
BLE. Moving Furniture and I'iania a
chargu for examination.
DURLTC S??E' OP;OLD MATERIAL.
! AT TUE NAVAL PROVING
GROUND, INDIAN HEAD, MD.?Navy
Department, Washington, D. C, Octo
hi i 22, I^i'.'p. ?!n accordance with the pro?
vision.-; of the sccciid section of the Aot
of Congress, itpr>roveil August 5th. 1681,
Statutes ui Large, vol. 'Si, page 296, ana
i In- "Att leaking appropriations for
tie naval set vice for the fiooat
year ending Juno :!0th, 1891, and for
? ?Ii er purposes," approved June 30, 18$9,
there will ho sold at the Naval Proving
Ground, Indian Head. Md., November 15,
ISM, certain material belonging to the
Navy, condemned as unlit for use there?
in, consisting of 213 tons, more or loss,
I larvevlsed niekle steel: 215 tons, more
61 1 iniekle steel- 30 tons, more or less,
sleel; -'? ions, more or less, armor pierc?
ing projectile steel, and 9 tons, more or
I-,.| east iron shell. Tho sale Will
In for cash to the highest bidder for
each In:, by sealed proposals. Schedules
remaining forms of proposals may be ob
Iallied en application at the office of the
In oi l tor of Ordnance, Naval Proving
l iron lid, Indian Head, Md. The propo
s ils must be in duplicate, enclosed In an
envelope endorsed "Proposals for pur-;
chase of condemned material," to be
opened November I5th, 1S95, and address?
ed to the Inspector of Ordnance, Naval
Proving Ground, Indian Head, Md. Pro
|)0:=ahi must reach the ofllco not later ?
than ? o'clock p. in. on Novomber
nth, 1S0">, when bids will be pub?
llcly opened. A deposit Of 20 per
e< n't. of the total amount of each Did &
must aecompanv It as security for the \
payment of the balance and the removal
of the material within sixty days after
dato of acceptance of bid. A deposit oC
the full amount of bids of $50.00 or less
oust accompany the bids. Thlo deposit, :
will bo forfeited to the United States in '
the event of failure to pay such bftlanpo Vi?
and make removal within the tlma
stated. The material and articles Wilt btt ^
sohl as they !|o and must.be romovedjUU-?.".'."
ring nuvv-vard hours without - expeiWMW.^v
the Government.- The vlght to icjecfjny .:?,
o;- all bids' til. reserved. w. moAD^wAK
Acting Seeratary ot tho Navy,