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MILD AND PURE,
ALLEN & ?INTER
The Aurntris 7i}1>acvo i
[WAITED?Energetic Men and Women
lo travel and appoint agents. Salary.
(50 per month and commission!;.
CEO. E. STONE, Greensboro, N. C.
WANTED?To relit small house: Nor
fotk;g03d neighborhood: not far outican
ind pay over $1>0 yearly: mlghi share
larger house with unexceptionable
parly: would consider Portsmouth pro
posltlon til.-o. Address, care Virginian,
"Y. M. C. ' no22-tf
WANTED.- To rent wiili board to mar?
ried ccunle, wiiiiont children, one Fine
j;j. in. 1'iiie low, ihe object being more
to have company In the house than lo
make money. Address CANOPY, with
references, this ufllce._tt
SALESMEN lo take orders and collect.
(50 bond, signed by a business ilmi, re?
quired; exclusive territory; i'Ji to $.76
weekly. For particulars, address P.
O. Box 1851 New York city. lu.tll.f.su
AGENTS?A snap: ?:>."? weekly; $5,000
yearly; no experience required; failure
impossible: a new schein ?: particulars
free. Address 8. S. WABE i'O., Box
KOR, Boston, Mass. uo7-tu,th,sa-12t
BUILDING, LOAN AND LIFE IN8U
rance combined; exceptional induce?
ments offered to llrst-clnaS solicitors.
Hoom 67 Haddlngton building, city. "J
to 10 c. m. no2-lf
W ANTED?Salesctnn to sell staple Roods
at home or travel: liberal salary Or
good commission. We send samples Oil
rppllcntion; give exclusive territory.
Address P. O. Box 1103, N. Y. City.
1 WAN r i i\ .> Experienced KuUdlnu and
Loan Solicitors well acquainted In Nor?
folk oud adjacent towns. Will pay
salary with commission, ?.'alt on W.
M. PA i I It. at Atlantic Hotel, Norfolk,
between - and 1 p. 111. aul-lf
SALESMEN?One locally and one lo
travel; will pay ;:ood salary and ex?
penses or commission; orders easily ob?
tained: experience unnecessary; for
bii nples and particulars address P. O.
Box O) New York city.
BOILERS?C? new and 37 second-hand
Boilers; also, large stock of Engines at
buyers' pi ices. Address THE CASEY
HODCvES MANUFACTURING I'O..
ChattaiK ogh, Tenn. iio26-2w
TO RAKBU8 AND ICE CREAM DEAL
BUS ?A a?:nlhiiniin with thorough
knowledge of Baking and Ice Cream,
having conducted 11 large business
mini) years Iii Northern cliy, would uc
uepi position to lake chnrgeslmllar bus?
iness, with chance of eventually laklim
interest in same; city or outside. Ad?
dress M. j. i'., Virginian ofllce. no2ti-3t
BOARD?For two single gentlemen; con?
venient to the business portion of the
city, can be obtained by addressing "A.
1; .' il ls udlcc . nozi-tf
MADAM in iV l'. late of x. w York city, a
high class private school for dancing
?lld ih n n l in, nl of art, .Masonic 'rem?
Strictly pric.lie. Loss
ad ill 11 by appointment,
children's ? la--s. Mondn\
afternoons, 1 p. in. Full particulars
uul H ist It: imtileton avenue. llOZl-et
I'd. All lat. i
carefully and rapidly taught.
11s dally lor
PERSONAL.?MEN WANTED who
are now Buffering from nervous,
menial or physical prostration to send
for our new <$-pugc Illustrated book,
"Complete Manhood." sent free on ap?
plication, ERIE MEDICAL CO., 6S Nia?
gara .Street, Buffalo. N. Y.
SPECIAL SALS?Phillips Brook's ad?
dresses; handsomely bound in white vel?
lum; Publisher's prices, 75c.: special
sale price, :!'<?. Ni'SltAI'M'S Hook and
Art Place, I2S Main street. 110S-I
CONSULTING "*' KI.ECTltlCAL" ENG1
; NEEIL?M. A. Agclusto, 31 Plume si.
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compound?
ed. All Drugs. Pulcut Medicines, Toi?
let Articles; Cigars and Tobacco. W.
P. PHILLIPS, III'. Main street.
Ihe Peaturaf und itomov
Intr Jlleuilsli. s. In IM |>. In.olc for a fltaiup.
John It. Wonillmiy, UJ W.?cl8t.,N.Y.
Jjiveutur of Wooilliurj'o 1 acini Soap.
FOR KENT?Two rooms (one furnished)
for Single gentlemen; nice location. Ad?
dress "11. w. T.," care Virginian.
_FO R S A LE. .
Fol: BALE?A rare chance lo buy a Kood
second-hand Sewing Machine cheap.
Call at No. l? Hill street, Norfolk.
FOi: SALE?An established and paying
dairy and truck business, conveniently
located; a bargain. E. P, WATSON'.
Write care this olllco. no23-lw
FOR SALE CHEAP,-Plans and specifl
catlons for brick residence, drawn by
one of tlie best architects In the
State. Address, "Plans." this r?lcc.
New slxtv quart standard. 30c.
FARMERS' MANUFACTURING CO.
Messrs. Horace S. Peed and James
M. Jordan have formed a co-partner?
ship under the firm name of F. M. Peed
& Son, to conduct the ship chandlery
and Bhip supply business at Watci
street and Roanoke avenue.
October 1st, 1894. seS0-su,tu,tf
Interesting Gases Up For a Hearing Before
Police Justice Burroughs Yesterday.
MR. LJ. OLIVER MAKES AN ASSIGNMENT
Guilty or Theft?Tilc Rotting ?ose
l*?st]>oite<l- ScHlug lalqMor on Son.
Uttjr-Tlic Alleged Onmbleri il.-iii
l.i Ituil Tor n lleiirlniv on Friday?
Oilier Cases In Court.
Jusikv Burroughs had a large and
important docket to dispose or In the
Police Court yesterday, but as most of
the important cases were continued,
mere mention Is made to them in our
GUILTY OF THEFT.
A colored man named Arthur Scott
was arraigned In the Police Court yes?
terday, charged under a warrant sworn
out by James Smallwood, colored.with
theft. Smallwood keeps a barber-shop
on Water street, and claims that
Scott entered his shop and stole casli
in the sum of $6.:;0. In the Police
Court the prisoner dented the charge
and tried hard to show how be came by
the money. The evidence against him
was conclusive, however, and Justice
Burroughs nave him sixty days in jail.
At the conclusion of the trial of this
case, another warrant was served
upon the prisoner, charging him with
the theft of a watch valued at $10. the
property of .Mrs. Rcttie Diggs, from her
house corner of Bermuda and Chapel
streets. Justice Burroughs continued
this latter warrant for further Inves?
ROSKNRKRG AND BACH RACK'S
Mr. Morris Rosenberg, the young
man arested on Saturday night on a
warrant charging him with embezzling
$l."> In money belonging to S. Bachruch
ami placed in his hands as stakeholder
fin a bet made with Mr. John J. Jone:;,
appeared before Justice Burroughs In
the Police Court yesterday with his
attorney, Julius T. Saunders, ready to
answer tin- charge. Mr. Bachrne.lt was
represented by Attorney P. .1. Morris,
who naked that the ens-.- be continued
Until to-day to secure additional wit?
nesses. Mr. Saunders did not oppose
the motion, and the cltso was con?
tinued. Hoth attorneys also agreed
that the warrant against Mr. Hach
rach should also be continued, and it
will also come up this morning. Mr.
Rachrach was bailed in the sum of $2.',
for Ills appearance. Mr. Morris entering
as his surety, and Mr. Rosenberg was
bailed In the sum of .S.",n, Mr. L. 11.
Hoffman entering as his surety.
SKI.I.INC. LIQUOR ON SUNDAY.
Among the many hauls captured in
the 'raids made on Saturday night
and Sunday by Sergeants Taylor and
ICIrcbmelr, Detectives "Williams and
Curtis, und Other officers, was a young
while man named Al. Hudgins. who was
cnught sellin:-: liquor on Sunday In a
bar-room on Church street. HtldglllS
I was balled at he station house for his
appearance yesterday morning. In the
Police Court the young man pleaded
nol guilty, whereupon Detective Curtis
asked that the ease bo continued until
this morning, which was granted, Hud?
gins being admitted to bail in the sum
of ?">0, With Mr. A. L. Policy as surety.
j GAMBLERS' C ASKS CONTINUED.
I When the cases of the sporting men
John Lewis. "Monk." Montague,
?Tobe" Mapp, Sam. Morrow. and
Hugh McKay?were called in the Po?
lio- Court yesterday. their counsel.
Judge I). Tucker Brooke; ashed that
the cases be continued until next Fri?
day, as he had to attend court in Ports
I mouth. Justice Burroughs granted
the motion and balled the prisoners In
the sum of ?2B0 each, with surety, for
j their appearance.
Alexander Raker, colored, arson; con?
tinued to Dec. 7th for willies-. -.
Nathan Parker, colored, assault vflrvNl
(2.50 and costs.
John Wright^ whUe, drunk; dis?
Silvester Rorllu, colored, larceny; dis?
Klnota Jones, colored, larceny; dls-1
Lewis Evans, profanity; continued to
Manuel Spruill. colored, assault; con?
tinued to Nov. 2601.
David Wright, colored, breach of llio
.1. II. Thrift, white, drunk; lined $1
William Perkins, white, breach of the
Luke HallentInc. colored, breach of
the peace; continued to Nov. 2fi.
Mamie Held, colored, breach of the
I eace; satisfaction acknowledged; dis?
missed with $'.2f> and costs.
lEgypt Pills, colored, assault; lined
$2.r.O and coats.
Lucy Robinson.colored, breach of the
peace; fined $1 and costs.
Arthur Scott, colored, larceny of a
watch; continued five days.
Albert Williams, colored, breach of
the peace; dismissed.
Willie Garrison, colored, breach of
the peace; continued to the 2Cth.
Rosa Holmes, colored, assault: con?
tinued to Nov. 2Gth.
George Washington, colored, cruelty
to animals; dismissed.
John Street, white, nuisance; dls
Prince Palmer, James Ingram .colored;
drunk; lined i\ and costs.
Martin Hanson. John R. Tunnant.
Ossle Cook, white, drunk; lined $1 and
Pearl Johnson Willis qualified as exe?
cutrix on the will of H. A. Johnson, de?
ceased, in the Court of Law and Chan?
cery yesterday and appraisers were ap?
The only business transacted by the
Corporation Court ysterdny was the
trial of several small civil warrants
taken appeal. None of them were of In?
terest to the general public.
Mr. I,. J. Oliver Assigns.
Mr. L. J. Oliver, conducting a hat
business at No. HI Main street, this
felly, under the style of L. J. Oliver &
Co., filed a deed of assignment yester?
day afternoon in the Clerk's Office,
through Mr. R. H. Baker, Jr., trustee,
conveying to said trustee his stock of
goods no.w In said store. No. Ill Main
street, his book accounts, notes, bills
and other evidences of indebtedness
duo blm, all his furniture, safe and other
appliances and fixtures in said store
and his uncxplred 'loose of snld store.
In trust for the benefit of his creditors,
preferring, first, the rent due; second,.
Ills attorny's fee and clerks' salary;
third, two outstanding notes in favor- of
Amos P. Jordan; fourth, all other out?
standing debts due by said L. J, Oliver
&? Co. The trustee is authorised to take
Immediate anil full control of the busi?
ness, and sell, compromise or settle as
ho may see fit. Liabilities estimated at
about J4.000. Value of assets un?
needs of Ilursruiii null Nate.
Thomas B. Anderson to M. \V. Burk,
one lot of land in Brnmblcton on south
ride of Bovin avenue, near the corner
of Reeves* avenue. Consideration, IT?O.
Cora A. Davis and J. J. Davis, her
husband, lo John A. Butt, lot or land,
with Improvements, in Atlantic. City
Ward, numbered lot !I7 Cuinp avenue,
on plat of the Camp property. Con?
Captain 10. A. f!ore has taken his
family from the ward to Brooklyn) N.
Y., their former homo, to reside In the
Mrs. John Weiler, of Central nvenue.
has boon very sick for a number of
Mr. Prank Colllnda was able to gn to
work yesterday for the first time since
Large congregations attended Lekles
Memorial Church Sunday morning and
night. Captain J. D. Armstrong read
the financial report of the church for
the past year. He stated that all the
financial report of the church Tor tho
past year. He staled that all the finan?
cial demands for Ihe past year had been
met, but urged upon the members that
Inasmuch as the running expenses of
the church would be larger this year,
they make an extra effort to meet the
demand, lie staled that II would take
S26.4G per week to meet the expenses. I
He further stated that or the 2li7 mem?
bers only 101 contributed last year. j
The laymen's meeting al LcKiCH Me?
morial Church will be conducted to?
night by Mr. George A. Brown.
The Itev. D. Ho wer ton will preach
at Colley Memorial Church on Wednes?
day evening at 7:30 o'clock prepara?
tory to communion on next Sunday.
No service on Friday evening. The
Junior Christian Endeavor of Colley
Memorial Church will have a Thanks?
giving rally next Sunday afternoon at
:: o'clock. Special programme. Tide?
water Union expected. Everybody In?
The Wednesday night service, which
is usually held nt LcKles Memorial
Church will In; omitted this week and
a Thanksgiving service will be held
on Thursday night instead.
LOCAL HOARD OF IMPROVE?
MENT!?The Local Board of Improve?
ment hnit with Mr. C. Brooks John?
son in the chair, nnd other members
prcsentj as follows: Messrs. Beistand,
Ditchings, Lcwcllyn, and Notting?
The minutes of the last masting
wer read and approved. The commit?
tee on lire alarm was continued. A
resolution was passed by the board to
arrange with the proper authorities
for adequate funds to meet the payment
of the teachers this scholastic year. j
The street committee reported pro?
gress in cutting down trees. &c.
The matter of sidewalk opposite Nor?
folk Company's pump-house was post?
poned to the next meeting.
Progress was reported with regard
to the matter of purchases for the
colored sciliool. and continuance of com?
Ordered that ihe secretary write the
school trustees to attend the next meet?
ing of the board for a special purpose.
Mr. Johnson stated that the shade
trees had been put out and boxes were
at hand ready lo be put in position.
On mnlifui of Mr. Beistand, lb" board
voted a half '? n of coal on behalf oi.
night shoql, and Mr. HIlchings was
Instructed to order the same.
The board considered a petition of
certain parties for an electric light In
the neighborhood of Thirteenth street,
near Grah.by street extended. Granted
to take otfecl 1st January, w>.
A communication was read asking for
the drainage of a certain pond on Arm
1st .ad's road. Allowed.
A letter from Rev. George Washing
Ion, colored, was read asking for help
in the case of a certain death. On mo?
tion, the board voted $5 for the pur?
Col. Lewellyn was appointed a com?
mittee to look into the matter of fur?
nishing means for a road v. ay to Mr.
l.ee. of Duncan street.
Bills were allowed and the board ad?
Among Our Cotton Men.
Abib nc. Tex., reports snow. Else?
where in cotton belt rainy.
Spol sabs in Liverpool lL'.0i?> bales.
Market advanced 3-3'-d. Contracts ad?
vanced :: to 4-011118. closing steady.
Spot cotton in New York advanced ;
l-10c. Future contracts were excited '
and sales reached 377;?0t). January
contracts went to y.then declined to
S.4".. advancing in last hour ami > losing
steady; January, s. 18 to 8.4?; March,
8,58 to S.f>9; May. 8.06 id s.<;7.
Yesterday was labor day in New Or?
leans. Future contract market there
United states ports receipts ye. icrdny
were 50.2 SS bales, against Gi.tiSC bales
last year ami R6.09S in l'?'.'::.
Receipts at the live lending Interior
towns so far this week are iJs.L'lo bales
against 28,345 bales Inst week and 18,
468 bales last year. Stocks hnv? In?
creased 3,0-14 bales, against 4.0S9 bales
last year and 6,019 hales In is:>::.
New Orleans receipts for to-day are
estimated nt from 17,000 to 19,000 bales,
against 25,282 bales last year and 24,119
bub s in 1S93.
Thanksgiving Day. Thursday next,
will be generally observed by the Cot?
ton Exchanges in this country.
nig Bargain TIiIn Week.
Wright's, If"', Main street. See Sun?
now coming forward daily. Lots of
new and desirable goods for the Holi?
days, and Bridal Presents In gold and
silver, and prcsclOUS f tones, also brass,
glass. China, and other wares. You will
save money by making your purchases
at home and at The Casket. Help
your city and yourselves by spending
your money at home, where you make
It. It is your direct Interest to do so.
Greenwood & Brother can supply
every want In their line. Call there.
New store, Xow Moods.
One of tin? lirm just returned from
New York with immense Hue of novel?
ties and fancy goods, suitable for bridal
and other gifts.
CHAPMAN & JAKEMAN.
A TERRIBLE RECORD
An Appalling Increase of Weekly Mor?
DEATHS BY HEART ' FAILURE
Ami Henri Olsons*?In I lie Rush of
I.lie Siitik'I Ii i .1;. Mi.mill In- Tlllll'll
Co lico|? Xrrvcs Strong, Heart Ac
lion VigoviuiK l>r. IJrccne'.h li?
ra lite r.csi Ki'iih-iI.v in Iii? World.
Tl?o don Hi of So mid So from hour!
failure Is becoming u common un
npuii'cemenl. Such occtirri mos are of
appalling frequency. Hardly a day
posses thai some BltCCCtiSifUl inerehaiil.
or noted business man. gome distin?
guished professional, or some leading
society lady dins not sueetliuh to this
distinctive archer, and the community
Is lllled with gloom and dismay nl the
suddenness ul their deaths. We hear
of the death of prominent people, but
how many thousands of people in (he
ordinary walks of life die daily ?f the
dreaded nerve weakness of tin heart''
That great organ is the motive power.
It moves the whole system. Once It
fdllti and all Is over. Ami how quickly
It ceases: bow unexpected the end! II
comes like the thief in th,- nlylit; its ap?
proach Is not heard. Whose turn next?
Who can tell? Nol lite wisest ..; us all.
How Important! then, that we should
try to stay Us progress; thai we should
keep the heart and nerves which control
Its action steady and vigorous.
How can it be done? (inly by streng?
thening and vitalizing the heart ami
nerves which control Its every bent, iho
mighty power which gives li lone ami
vital health. Many thoughtful minds
have labored to discover some energlz
ins elenn nt?some product of nature t<>
prevent the waste ami keep this organ
in its naturally healthy condition, in
this search the Intelligent and putlcnl
labors of one sclent I lie physician hhvc
been crowned, after years of . ffort; ivllh
eminent success. Ills ?-?.rand discovery.
Dr. (Heine's Nervura blood and nerve
remedy. Is pre-eminently .in- host heart
remedy, the medicine which always re?
stores a strong, vigorous ami healthy
heart action, if you have a weak heart;
or fear that its action Is nol strong .1:: Ii
should be, lose tin time in uslui Hi.
E?r. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve
remedy. The sympoms are plain?
headache, dizziness. strange, fain' fr .1
Ings. sinking at lie pit of stomach,tltlt
terlng in the chest, nervousness, iest
>in. gi:o, v vxn'aii.
less, sleepless nights with droitms.senri
of anxiety er foreboding. There may
or may tiol be pains m the die 1. If
any of these symptoms are prcsi in.
'.ahe Or. Greene's Ni rvura 1>I.I and
nerve remedy at once. I'm. this reme?
dy of wondrous power in lime and you
need have no fear of sudden Ocalh from
weal; heart and heart failure.
Follow '.lie example of Mr. floor go
Van nah, of Damn ri.scot tu .Mills. Me.,
"Nearly ten yenrs ago ] began lo
have what the doctors called heart
trouble, and up lo the present line- it
has been glowing ivorsi . Ii was so bad
I was actually afraid 10 go to Sleep at
night, and ninny limes during the night
it would se. in to nie that I was dying
ami could nol li> ?? flve minutes longer.
I employed three of the heat doctors
but got no reih t whatever, and as u
last result I though I would jfy In.
Green's Nerviirn blood and nerve rem?
edy. I hnve wily taken oiic bottle and
am now en lite second and the heart
trouble ha.- been entirely n in. veil.''
"I wi.s so pressed for breath. a( times
that I could i.ot work but very little.
TIlC trouble i< all gone (111(1 I . an now
slep and rest as well as I ever could
in my 111". H> fore I began titeln.?
the Nervura whnl sleep 1 did get did
me but little good. I was troubled so
much ?villi frightful dreams; Ami, I
thank the Lord ror Or. Greene's Ner?
vura. as I unh now nlecp all night and
f refreshed In tin- morning. I have
talked with several persons who tin
similarly nllllcled as myself, hiid would
recommend lii one and all. do not hesl
tate longer, bill give I >r. Greene's Ner
vura blood ami nerve remedy a trial
nail be convinced of its curative pow?
Walter K. Hannah, of iho same town,
verifies the above testimonial, as he
says: "1 can truthfully certify thai the
above statement of Mr. Vnun?ll Is posi?
tively I ni.- in every sense of the word."
'I'iils is led an 'isolated Instance.
Thousands ??' people throughout the
world have also I.n saved by Or.
Grceni's Nervura, the great blood und
nerve remedy. Heart disease docs not
select its victims; it may strike you
at any moment. Nourish ami streng?
then your vital powers to reslsl Iis
onslaught by 'taking thlsi wonderful
medicine. Remember this great remedy
Is the discovery of the successful spe?
cialist. Oi\ Greene, of 3ft west Four?
teenth sireet. New York City, who adds
to Its value bv allowing all who use
It lo consult him personally or by let?
ter free of charge.
We have received another lot of this
famous shoe in lace and gfilters, with
three solid soles, used by policemen,
blacksmiths. oysteiihcn, carpenters
bnr tenders, farmers and nil kinds of
mechanics. We will continue to sell
them at }2. There Is no better shoe to
be had either from us or any other
denier, ("nil and see them nt
HELLER'S ONE PRICK SHOK
?10 Rank St., op. Courthouse.
How H. H. Bennett preached Sunday
morning und night to huge congrega?
tions nt McKondrce, hl? new charge.
Great attractions at Festival Hnll
to-night nnd every night this week.
MUsical und literary programme, coin
pi Ising cill Brothers and others. Din?
ner und supper dally. 1
Hurry Woodson, sou of Mr. and Mrs.'
Floyd Chapman, of Bovin avenue. Is
111 with typhohl fever.
Mrs. J. M. Bowlings, who has been
visiting hor daughter. Mrs. W. W.
Broadbent, of No. zzo Windsor avenue;
returned to hoi" home in Prince George
county, on Saturday, taking with her
her little grandson, Mastitr Wallace
Captain W. T, Mathews und daugh?
ter. Miss) Mattlc, of Charles street,
huvor retprncd from Atlanta, wliore
they spent some time taking in the Ex
The Busy Hees, of Spurgeon, will
meet with Miss Krina Pope, No. HOT
east Hrnmhlcton avenue to-morrow
evening lit 8 oclot'k.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles B. Brndshnw
of Bust Drumhlctnn' avenue lost hy
death Sunday ut 7:.'tn p. in. their Hille
hoy .lohnuli-, aged eleven mouths, Ro
tuuliis will lie taken to Southampton
county to-day for Interment.
Park Avenue Baptist Church raised
over JI.OOO Sunday In free will offerings
Oil t he envelope plan.
I .urge congregations gathered Sun-I
?lay night nt McKendree nnd Trinity
Methodist churches to bid farewell t.i
their respective pastors, Itev. J. T. Mas
tin und Itev. W. B. Bcauchuinp, who
leave I his week for their now charges
In Richmond. Vn.
There will bo a called meeting 6f the
officers, committees and teachers of the
AlcKendt. sewing school this after?
noon at I o'clock.
Mrs. It. T. Bishop, of Kulelgh, N. ('..
who was visiting her daughter, Mrs. AV.
W Wyntt, on Ferguson avenue, left
yesterday for her home.
Mr. it. j. Meggersou returned last
night from I .yiichhurg. Vn., and Joined
his wife on Tmistall avenue. They will
both leave to-day lor tlie above place
Mr. IS. P. Knolt, who fell about .".0
Tcet a few days ago while wot king on
? he new Park Avenue Baptist Chlirih,
was abb- to be on the street yesterday.
Ai Brumblelon Hull to-night there
will be n. meeting of ladles to consider
the iirroiigomentn for the military fair
to be held by the Jackson Light In?
fantry in December.
The W. r. T. U. will meet with Mrs.
Cordon, 7 nosi- nvenue. Every mem?
ber rerpu sted to be present, um arrange
mnnls will be made for the District
Convention, which will be held ul Me
Kendrec church the Ural Tuesday In
December. Will welcome any one wish?
ing to join us.
Notice lo Mariners,
Tlie Lighthouse Board gives notice
thai n third-class spar buoy, red and
black horizontal stripes, was placed on
the 1Mb lust.. In Newport harbor. !(. I.,
to make the rock recently struck by tin
schooner Augusta E. Hcrrick. Tlie buoy
Is In II ft eon feet water on Ihe south?
west s ide of ami close to the rock, which
has seven feel of water on it at low
water, and Is situated :t?il feet S. 15. '.,
hi. from the southwest corner of obi
Colony South wiiirf. Mngnectlo bear?
ings, taken from chart No. I HI, of the
Bulled Stales Coast and Domicile Sur?
vey: Hose Island Lighthouse. N. W. ??;
W.i Fort Adam's Fog signal, W. S.W.
*; N.; Dime Bock Lighthouse, S. S.W.
November ilNlll, IHOB.
Tlie Norfolk and Western railroad will
run a special train from Norfolk to
Kleina,>nd for tills occasion, anil will
charge only $1.50 for Ihe round trip.
Tin- ifalh will Ii live Norfolk at !?:.'!? u. m..
and returning will leave Richmond at
7::;0 p. in. No chance of cars. For
foil Information apply to C. II. Bosley.
City Ticket Agent, and at Norfolk and
H. W. COURTNEY.
no24-su,tuc D. P. A.
Special Trill II to ICtclimmwl niitl
Itcltirii \ in I"licsiipenliv mill otiio
Unit way. ThiirNilny, .\o\ ?>????
lier '.is. pure lor I lie
KOItnil Trip gl.no.
The Chesapeake and Ohio railroad will
run a i.ist special train from Norfolk
and Portsmouth to Richmond and re?
turn Thursday, November 28th, leav?
ing Portsmouth, :i a. m.; Norfolk, 11:15,
arriving Richmond promptly nt 12.
Returning will leave Richmond s p. m..
arriving Norfolk 10:15, Portsmouth II
Tills will enable nl) who desire to do
so to witness tin- championship foot?
ball game between Virginia ami Caro?
lina. For further Informal Ion apply lo
I:. 'I'. BR'I >< ilCIS,
no2-i-.1t Passenger Agent.
Our specialty bridal presents und
CHAPMAN & .1 A REMAN.
PUBLIC SALE OK OLD MATERIAL
I at lie- navy yaid. Norfolk, Vll Novj
Depart men t, Washliiglon, D. C, Novem?
ber 7, ?In accordance with tin pro
vlsl us of ile- second section of the net of
Congress approved August 5, ISSZ.Stu
lutes at I .urge, i ol, 22, page 25W and tin
"Act inukirw; lipproprialions for Ihe naval
service foi tin fiscal year ending June ::o,
IMil, and lot other purposes," approved
Jane SO, ISOO. Ihcre ulli be sold n t the
navy-yard, Norfolk, Vu., on November
27; IS&, certain stores belonging to the
navy and condemned as until for us ?
therein, consisting of provisions, cloth?
ing, K'rap bad. sieel andiron, sounding
inashine, boats, holler lubes, hemp ami
matiilla rigKing, shot, tic, etc. Tin- Kales
will i... u.i- cash io tie- highest bidder for
each lot by scaled proposals, catalogues
containing forms of proposals tor bidders
mil! in- ulitiilned on implication in the
office of tlie commandant, navy-yard,
Norfolk. V.i. Proposals must be made in
duplicate, enclosed in an envelope, en?
dorsed "Proposals for tlie put chase of
condemned stores at the navy-yard, Nor?
folk. Vii., to be opened <>n November -7.
ISUTi, ami addressed to tie Paymaster of
the n.ivy-yard. Norfolk, Va. Proposals
must reach the office of the Paymaster
of the yard not later than 12 o'clock noun
on th- above dale. A deposit of Z" per
cent, of He- total amount of a bid must
accompany it as security for the payment
of the bill nice and lie- removal oi the
material or unities within 20 days (at tin
eonvenlon io of the Government) from
(late of acceptance of bid, which deposit
will be forfeited to tlie United Stales in
event of failure to nay such balance and
make removal within the time- slated.
A deposit of the lull amount of bids of
llfiy dollars or less must accompany Hit
bids. The stores must be removed without
expense to the Government. Tlie right
to reject any or all bids is reserved. H;
A. HERBERT. Sccrctay of the Navy.
"Aye! There's the rub!$
And that oughtvto be enough in itself to s|j
the doom of bar soap. This rubrjtjr
with soap may get clothes clean, if'yjij
work hard enough, but can't you "|t>
how it wears them out?
Follow the directions that cosie }6i
every package of Pearline, aric
you'll find that you " not only dq!|
away with the hard and ruinous';
work of rubbing?but that you save|!
time, and actually get better M
results. At every point Fearline||
is better than soap. But the
mere fact that Pearline \ savesl
the rubbing ? that ought to
settle it. H
Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will telij?
yourgrnevrscmis you on imitation,
you, " this is as good ns " or " the Fame as Pearl?
ine." IT'S FALSE?Pearlineis never noddled; if
lie honest?stnd it i,uk. m J AMES PVLE, N.Y.
i TO- ^
Monday, and all the week ,
until sold. This season's ;
Ladies' French Fells, Crui?
ser and Naaid, Wool Felt
Flats, Shorlback Sailors,
Milton, Meiba, Carlton,
Brenda and Hollywood.
Many of these new hats
cost #1.12 each. No mat?
ter the reason; wasting no
words, making" no promises
that will not be fulfilled;
but customers for one hat,>
merchants wanting thenjn
to sell again. Get choice;
ol the lot for
? 12 DOZ. DOLL HATS, 10c. EACH.
B~ 104 Church St
PAUL K. BROWD, E. E.,
Manager and Engineer.
BEARDSLEY N. tsPERRY, E. E.,
me win em Cfosiiii i Sin ?ii;
Electrical Engineers, Installers and Dealers in
NO. 3 COMMERCIAL PLACE,
Telephone 57. NORFOLK, VA. P. O. BOX 85^
Railway and Marine Supplies, Dyiiomos, Motors and Engines,
Superior Construction Work and Supplies,
Incandescent and Arc Lamps;
Electroliers, Storage Batteries, Medical Outfits,
Fans, Bells, Telegraph Instrumental
Telephones, Phonographs, Speaking Tubes. ?
MOST EXTENSIVE ELEG1R8CAL OUTFITTERS SOUTH (
flnMAlUnE vmDiHG, REPAIRIHG AND HAIHTENAHGE OFJLE?TRIEjypiNfR
| Try My Dry Slab WoodS*
g THE BEST AND CHEAPEST WOOD IN THE CITY. r^
? ^-*saC2>-$3.00 REIRCORO.
I G. S- BRIGG ? ,
O Yard East End Fnlkland and Charlotte Sts. Down Town Office No
Q Commerce St. Phones 4-94 and 792.
QOQC<XX300CH3000COOC>C)OCOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOCOOOOOOOO~ ?
Or any other Souvenir Spccu,
or anything in Sterling Silver,
from :i Pen Holder to a Tea Set.
i have hundreds of Novelties iu
Novelties for the Toilet Table,
Novelties for the Work-liaskct,
Novelties for the Desk,
Curling Irons, aiove Stretchers,
Salve Boxes, Pulf Boxes,?
All of Solid Sterling Silver, at
prices that will astonish you.
Jas. R. Armiger,
31 East Baltimore Street,
THE HRMPTOH FOOTBALL "if J
Will play Baltimore City Coijcco ?*
November 2a, 18SS.'
at UlvorvliW Park, Hamtfton, /v??
GamcK called at 3:33 p. m. ?
nolO-tf 13. B. CHIL.KS, Manager,
"F?RWf ?RE REPAIRED,
t Rc-pollshed. Cleaned, Packed'nnd-.^h.
I ned- Chairs re-caned. . Upholhtere
I 'materials furnished. ^ Cheaper ' WO
than any Other catabllahmerut: (10
at house If preferred; orders goilcltl
LT.? und 2S3 Church street. S. P. HA
TI.TON. ,_.;? ?0l:W