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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE^vmFTVi?.
WEATHER REPORT.
Washington, D. C, June 20, 19S9.
Forecast for Friday:
For Virginia?Fair nnd moderate
temperature Friday; fair and slowly
rising temperature Saturday: light
northerly winds becoming variable.
For North Carolina?Fair Friday, ex?
cept showers on the cioust. with cooler
In western portion; fair Saturday;
light northerly winds.
Norinik nnil Vlelnltr.
WEATHER FORECAST FOR
TO-DAY.
Fair and moderated temperature;
variable winds.
TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL. AND
HUMIDITY.
June 29, 1899.
Maximum temperature . 88
Minimum temperature . 68
Normal temperature. . 77
Departure from normal .minus 1
Departure from normal since Janu
arp 1st .plu3 25
Rainfall In past 24 hours .28
Rainfall since 1st of month .0.62
Mean humidity . S2'
CALENDAR.
Sun rises at 4:48 a. m. und sets at
7:29 p. m.
TIDES.
Norfolk?HIbIj water, 2:21 a. m. and
2:57 p. m. Low water, 8:30 a, m. and
9:21 D- m.
Old Point?High water, 2:00 a. m. and
2:36 d. m. Low water, 8:09 a. m. and
9:00 p. m.
dii:?.
CAS HIN.?At the residence. No 462
Church street, Wednesday, June 28th ut
1>:45 o'clock p. m. HANNAH, wife of
Martin Cashln, In the 68th year of her ago.
The funeral will take place Horn St.
Mary's Catholic Church Tins (Friday
MOB.NINO at 10 o'clock. Friends of the.
family are invited to attend.
TE BO.?Suddenly, at Vlrgln'n Beach,
Wednesday June 2Sth, LOUIS M. TKIIU,
Jit., ared 24 years.
The funeral will lake place THIS (Fri?
day) AFTERNOON, June. 30th. at 3
o'clock from Epworth M. E. Church.
Friends of the family Invited to intend.
iMonuments and Gravestones
The selection of a suitable
memoria! In marble or gran
Uo can be readily made from
cur ntock. for wo carry the,
largest ni<"=ortment of finish?
ed designs In the South.
THE COUPER MARBLE WORKS
fXatabtUtieil 00 T?M?r?.)
!5t)-in:t Hwtt . NC. Xorloln. V?.
niKR i ism
A^^m^'Hor^M'^MHEItS OF NOR?
FOLK TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION
No. 32.?You arc requested to assemble
nt Engel's Hall, corner Main street, and
Roanokf avenue THIS (Thursday) at 12
o'clock m, sharp, to make arrangements
for funeral of our late. Financial Secre?
tary. I? M, Tel....
By ordnr of the President.
It ROBT. J. CAHTY, Secretary,
TSTXV -ATT K N TIO N. \V0~6d.
,\j. >V . MEN OF THIS WOULD:
To tho members of ELIZABETH CAMP
TCo. 31 You uro hereby reaueslud to aa
eeinlile at your hull on THIS iFrldoy)
AFTERNOON, Juno 30, at 2 p. m., to pay
the last sad tribute of respect to our de?
ceased Sovereign, L M TICRO. JR. Mag?
nolia Camp No 4. of Portsmouth, Invited
to assemble with us.
By order of
W. E. LAWRENCE. C. C.
A. C. FINE. Clerk. It
Citizen's Bank of Norfolk, Va.
June 3nth, 1S99.
The annual meeting of tho stockholders
of this bank will he held ut its Banking
House, No. 191 Main street, THURSDAY,
JULY 10TU. JStlt?, at 12 o'clock noon.
Je30-td W. It. DOYLE, Cashier.
A.M IIMEM KXTSJ.
OCEAN VIEW
THEATRE
Week of June 26th, 1899.
oscar P. STSSON.Manager
Walter garry.Stage Manager
Grand MliisiiiU^il'oriMjm
?BY?
CARLIN & CLARKE'S
SPLENDID HINSTRELS.
20 expert EXPONENTS OU MIN?
STREL art.
SPECIAL.
One week, heglnnlng Sunday. Matinee
July 2d. 8CH1LZONYI nnd HIS MAR?
VELOUS HUNGARIAN BOYS' MILI?
TARY BAND. Greatest attraction of its
kind on earth.
AUDITORlUn THEATRE.
S. E. Corner Nebraska and Union Sts.
JAMES M. BARTON .Prop, and .Mi;r.
OPEN EVERY NICHT IN THE YEAR
EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Presenting a Respectable, Up-to-Date
Vaudeville Entertainment.
Matinees Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat?
urdays at 2 p. m. Evening performance
at 8 p. m. Admission?10c, lilc, 25c.
IMPORTED SOAPS!
VIOLETTE DE PAR ME,
JACQUEMINOT ROSE,
PEAU D'ESPAGNE,
?Manufactured by?
M. REGNIER ET- CIE-.
Purls, France.
1 BOX OF 3 CAKES, 40c.
?FOR SALE BY
Trotter's Drug Store,
388 Main Street, Corner Church.
ALL GOODS SOLD C. O. D.
te:eth i
Full Set. ?5.00 to 110.00.
!. Oold Fillings, 11-00 and up.
>> Silver and Amalgam Fillings. 50c,
i, and up.
*f Gold Crowns. 15.00 to J10.00.
' Vitalised Air for Painless Extrae- .
tlon of Teeth. Physicians endorse lt. 1
- I
4
ALBANY DENTAL PARLORS,'
DR. W. W. FREEMAN,
374 Main Street.
MEETING CLOSED
Third Day's Meeting of State Fed?
eration of Labor.
Commuter* Aunonneta-.N'oxl Hod
lug at Ulcnnioud in .liny 1UO ?
itii" i ii (i " ii* in Memory ol Kir. I..
SI. Tebo.
The State Federation ot Labor closed
its sessions here yesterday. Mr. James
B. Casey, of Portsmouth, the new pres?
ident, tilled the chair.
The first matter discussed was the
welfare of labor organizations through?
out Virginia, the subject being ban.lied
by Messrs. D. V. Heed, of Roanoke;
ljuyh O'Connor, ot Newport News, and
C. C. Williams, ot Portsmouth.
The announcement of the death by
drowning at Llnkhorn Bay, of Mr.
Louis M. Tebo, was announced and the
following resolutions were adopted by
the convention:
Whereas, it has been the will ol Him
who rules the universe to remove from
our midst a delegate Crom tins conven?
tion and a man who was a conscien?
tious worker fur the cause of labor, Mr.
L. M. Tebo. linanciul secretary of Nor?
folk Typographical Union, No. 32; nnd
in recognition ol the services o( the
deceased brother. It renders it proper
that this body should place upon its
records the appreciation of his sei vires
as on efficient olllcci of Ibis body and
as a man; therefore, be it
Resolved, That we deplore the sad
death of Mr. Louis M. Tebo with deep
feelings of regret, softened only by the
confident hope that bis spirit is with
those who have fought the goi.nl light
here and are enjoying perfect happi?
ness in a better world.
Resolved, Thai we tender his af
(llcted relatives our sincere condolence
and sympathy in their uffllclicn.
Resolved, Thai a copy Of the fore?
going resolutions be signed by tbe pres?
ident and cgXlifljgd to by UlC sccietary.
and be transmitted to IhO relatives ol
the deceased.
COMM 1 TTBKS ANNOUNCED.
The following committees were then
announced by the president:
State Organisation W. 13 Doherty,
of Richmond; w. H. NoMl, or Roanoke,
and M. D. Colonnn, of Norfolk.
Labor and Btrlkes?Thomas O'Keefe,
of Richmond; w. a. Grnyson. of Roa?
noke, and K. It. Jones .of Norfolk.
The convention passed a resolution of
thanks to nil who hnd extended cour?
tesies to the delegates during the con?
vention.
RICHMOND NEXT YEAR.
An Invitation was extended by Mr.
it. P. Dollnrd, of Clgnrmnkers' Union',
No. 133, of Kic hmbnd, to the Federation
lo meet Iber.- n< Xt V nr. The Invitation
was nceepted and the next convention
will be held ihere in 1900, 'opening on Hie
fourth Tuesdav In May.
Various other business of the Feder?
ation received attention and then the
Convention hdjoiirnod
The delegates enjoyed their vlsll to
Norfolk and the courtesies extended to
I hem while here.
DE4THSAND FUNERALS
MRS. HANNAH CASH IN.
The venerable Mrs. Hannah Cashln;
wife of Mr. Martui Cnshin, who passed
away at her home, No. ?)<"._> Church
street, at 0:43 p. m. Wednesday, in the
CSth year of her age, had resided In
this city for 45 years, nnd was well
known and highly esteemed by a largo
circle of friends and acquaintances,
who will learn with sorrow of her de?
mise, she is csui v Ived by a husband,
two daughters and one *on, Mr. John
w. Cashln, ami a sister, Mrs. Marga?
ret Corcoran, of New York, who ar?
rived yesterday to attend the funeral.
The obsequies will be held from St.
Mary's Catholic Church, of which the
deceased was a devout and constant
member, at 10 o'clock this morning.
MR. LEROY II. SHIELDS,
The funeral of Mr. Leroy II. Shields,
uhoso traario nVnth occurred at old
Point Tuesday evening, was solemnized
from ihe residence of his brother-in
law, .Mr. W. It. Ncuiu.. No. L'l Y.nh
Place, at noon yesterday. In the pres?
ence of a large assemblage of friends.
The services were cohducted by Key.
A. S. Lloyd, 1). D., of St. Luke's P, K.
Church, assisted by Key. W. It. Savage,
rector of the Idstein Sinne parish.
There were a large number of beauti?
ful IIoral offerings. The interment was
in Elmwood Cemetery. Following were
the nail-bearers: Messrs. W. T. Cooke,
R. H Wright, Inman H. Payne, W. 11.
White, Washington Taylor. R. Lee
Hardy, Wm. Campe, and W. T. Barr on.
Mrs. Shields did not reach here from
Washington to attend the funeral, hav?
ing been detained by the serious lll
ness <>f two daughters, und prostration
caused by the news of her husband's
untimely death.
MR. WALTER P. JORDAN,
The funeral of this gentleman, who
riled at his home. No. ii Washington
avenue, Huntersvllle, Tuesday night,
was hold from St. Mary's Catholic
Church nt !?:;10 o'clock yesterday morn?
ing, a large congregation being present
to witness the solemn services. Re
quipm mara was celebrated by Rev.
Father John J. Doherty. The Inter?
ment was in St. Mary's Cemetery.
THE UNION MISSION.
SIX CONVKKSIONS AT LAST
NICHTS MEETING.
At the meeting in the Union Mission
rooms last night seven persons came
forwurd for prayer, and six found peace
In believing.
A delegation of the Frances Harnes
Y's was present and participated in the
services.
To-night Roy. John W. Guy, of
Louisville, Ky., will preach. A cordial
Invitation to attend this Bervlce ex?
tended to the public.
Fourth ot .Inly.
Ned need Kittes.
Norfolk nnd Western.
Tickets on sale July 1st, 2nd nnd 3rd,
and morning train July 4:h, goed for
return passage until July 7th, lo .ill
points on Norfolk at.d Western Kail
way, at greatly reduced rates, and to
Richmond and re'.urn at rate $3 00. For
full information apply to W. E. Hasle
wood, city passenger and ticket agent,
10 Granby street, or C. E. Finch, agent,
Norfolk and Western depot.
C H. HOSLEY,
Je29-3t Dlst. Pass. Agent.
BRIEF ITEMS OF MTERESr.
Mrs. Warner L. Brooke ami Master
Doughias S. Brooke, of 420 Freemason
street, have gone to Houston, Va.,
where they wiil spend the summer with
Mrs. Brooke's, sister. Mrs. J. O. Shack
elford.
Amonjr the excursionists who leave
to-night for Niagara Kails, via the Bal?
timore and Ohio, are the following: Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Odell, Miss Lucy
Odell. Mrs. Hugh J. Taylor, Mr. and
Mrs. P. M. Shelby.
Miss Nannie Rucker, of Lynehburg,
Is the guest of her sister. Mrs. Fred.
Aunlspaugh, No. Bute street.
Mr. W. Bull it t Fltz-Hugh, editor of
the fape Charles Headlight, is, in the
city, lie Is accompanied by Mrs. Fits
Hugh.
The car. No. 103. referred to in the
Hunt, nsvllle Items in yesterday's Vlr
glnlan-Pilot, was not an Ocean View
railway car.
The Fr. e Committee met yesterday
afternoon and transacted routine bus?
iness, su. h as approving bills, etc.
The Street Committee met last night.
Only routine business was transacted.
Rev. Charles 1>. Qllkeson, of,the Lam?
bert's Point Presbyterian Church, will
preach at the Second Presbyterian
Church to-night at S o'clock. This ser?
vice is preparatory to the Communion
service Sunday morning.
Mr and Mrs. L. T. Owathmey left
last night for New York, to spend a few
weeks.
Mi ssrs A. P. Warrington and John O.
Tllton left last nlRht for New York,
where they will lake a steamer for
Europe. They will be abroad about two
months.
We direct attention to Mr. Trotter's
advertisement, which appears In anj
other column, and note he Is selling
? line-, etc. for cash only?a movement
in the right line.
The Market Street M. E. Church
brought to Norfolk from Petersburg
yesterday a large number of excur?
sionists, who spent the day nt Vir?
ginia Beach and Ocean View, returning
hem.' In the evening.
The hardware merchants of Norfolk
have decided to close their stores from
the 1st of July to the 15th of Septem
! her at T o'clock p. in.
Mr. w F Lumley and daughter left
I.ist nicht .mi the (lid Dominion steamer
for Utlca. N. Y.
Mi. nnd Mis. T. A, McFarlane took
passage on the Old Dominion steamer
las; evening for Bridgeport, Conn.
Mr. Thomas Mayer ?.f Richmond,
passed through Norfolk yesterday en
? route for Cuba, whither he sues to nc
! eept a position with Ihe Commissary
Department of the United States Army.
Mr. M It. Crowell. general agent of
i the out Dominion Steamship Company
here, his returned from Philadelphia
! and New York.
Mis. L. A B. 1" unter will erect four
' two-story brick houses on th? corner
of St. Paul and Scott streets ?the
j corner building will have a store on the
! groupd Door.
Observer J. .1. Gray confined to his
rconiri with inflammatory rheumatism,
and i; may he several days before he
Is able to be out again, in tho mean?
time Lieutenant Max Wagnfcr is in
.huge of tue Weather Bureau office
' here.
Mr Richard Paulson, of Brooklyn, N.
Y . i...s accepted the position of night
?I rl. at the Montlello Hotel. Mr. .1.
V. Smith, whom he succeeds, has re
ttirned to Baltimore.
Mr. II. L. Davis, of No. 27G York
street, leff Insl night via the Baltimore
and Ohio for Cleveland, Ohio.
Mrs. .lehn Twohy leaves thla morn?
ing via the Chesapeake and Ohio for
I White Sulphur Spring-. West Va.
Lieutenant-Commander w. C. Eaton,
I who has been station, d at the ship?
yard at Newport Neu.. Infi yesterday
via the Chesapeake and Ohio for San
Fr.iiH'iscc He has be. n assigned to the
u. s. K Philadelphia, now in drydock
at the Mare Island navy yard.
A MUSICAL SKIT.
A PERIPATETIC PIANO CAUSES
FUN ON STREET.
Time. 11 p. m. The electric dock at
the Citizen's Bank mildly suggesting
home to belated pedestrians; lunch hour
at the newspapers and ich graph offices,
lit front of "Jimmy Jones' " a street
piano of exceptionally good tune is
playing "The Rag-Time Waltz." "She
Was Born in .Old Kentucky." "The
Georgia Camp-Meeting" and other late
iiupulai' music for a convivial crowd,
who are sampling a "midnight lunch."
The Western Union and Postal mes?
sengers ;ire doing a cake-walk and "all
promenade" bus Jus; sounded, the typos
at "Mac's dairy lunch" are tripping the
light fantastic to the urent danger of
coffee and "sinkers," and the police on
the two opposite beats are keeping
time with their batons. Every one in
siiilii is In time with ihe music.
"Georgia Camp-Meeting" starts up
Just as two portly, stately and digni?
fied strangers in town heave In sigh',
coming down Ihe street. They hold
hard to their dignity, but u certain
swagger in their walk, a rythmlc click?
ing of hee ls, tells they are Inhoculated
witli the musical virus. The second
movement starts and their pace in?
creases and is more decidedly cadenced.
They reach the shadow near tile first
alley and are doing a two-Step. A few
feet further on and one breaks loose
and his 250 pounds avoldupols Is Bet n
dimly waltzing fast and furiously..
The piano strikes the third movement
and No 2 lilts a skirt dance and nearly
300 pounds of dignity flies to the winds
They make the boys envious with their
agility. Suddenly the music ceases, the
two come to a sharp hall and chuckling
over their boyish freak, pursue their
way to the hotel and to bed, while the
others go to work.
Coroner'* .lory IteiiUer* Verdict,
The Coroner's Jury, in the case of
Milan Jones, the colored boy, who was
run over and fatally injured by a Lam?
bert's Point train, yesterday reached a
verdict that the boy came to his death
from fracture of the ribs nnd Internal
hemorrhages from being run over by
the cars of the Norfolk and Western
railway about fifty yards above Goff
street.
Mmuinmnti linyliiirnl.
On Wednesday evening, at tlie home
of Mrs. Hubble, No. 270 Chapel street,
Miss Bessie Simmamon, of Johnson
rity. Tenn.. was united in marriage to
Mr. William Hayhurst, of Newark. N.
J, The ceremony was performed by
Rev Lundy R. Wright, and was wit?
nessed by mutual friends of the con
trot ting parties.
Eye* r.a mim d I'roe.
Dr. A. Week manager of the optical
department of the Gale Jewelry Com
pnny. will examine your eyes free. De?
fective vision and complicated cases
specially invited to call. Jc2C-U
AT THE HIGH SCHOOL
Class Night Exercises Prove Very ?
Interesting,
Tlioio WboTook Part In (tie Kendl? |
lion of (he rr?::rum All (lie
I
Nrliool* Close To?Dny?Tbe Lxer?
Clues nt (lie II ili Ni'liool.
It was class night at the Norfolk
High School last night, and the young
graduates, fourteen in number, ac?
quitted themselves In a most admirable
manner In the rendltl in of the pro?
gram. There was a large sized audl
ence^ composed of the parents, rela?
tives and friends of the graduate's.
All the numbers of the program were
original nnd were very good. The two
class songs are the work of talented
young Dcrsons und their rendition
called forth cheering from the audi?
ence. The class history and poem and
prophecy were, too, received with mani?
festations of approval- The poem was
especially good and the production by
the historian and prophet were full of
original wit and sparkling humor. "In
Memorlam," a paper read by one of the
young lady graduates, was In the na?
ture of a prophecy of what the memo
rlal inscriptions will be on the tomb?
stones of the graduates und teachers
The enltaphs written for some the
teachers especially were not patterned
after the proverbial eulogistic kind.
This was Intensely interesting, as well
as humorous. The advice lo the class
ami the uni.l -ri.-iadu.iies by two of the
bright young Indies were full of pretty
thoughts and good adivee.
TllH PROGRAM,
i The program was as follows:
I 1. Class Song .
.Curtis Randolph Hudgins
(Accompanist, Miss Sauls.)
2. Class lllstoi y .
. Howard Whiting Rinke
3. Piano Solo..Miss Annie Ellen White
4. Class Poem.
. Miss Vsabel Moniz Santos
C- Advice to Undergraduates .
. M.ss Kt h- kuh Salomonsky
6. Class Prophecy ..,.
.Miss Charlotte Augusta Overton
7. Piano Duett .
Misses Lulu Dixon Sauls and Alice
Neil Ball.
5. Advice to Class .
. Miss Annie Cogblll Schcnek
0. In Memorlam .
Miss Diana Valentine Umstadter
j 10. Class Song .
Miss- s Umstadter and Salomonsky
(Accompanist, Miss White.)
After it was through with, dancing
was Induged in for a couple of hours
in the auditorium of the school.
COM M ENt 'KM KNT TO-DAY.
All public schools of the city will
close to-day with appropriate cxer- |
; Clg( s.
Tbl** or the High School will be held
in the High School building, Bramble
ton. Bishop a. M. Randolph will de?
liver an nddrcBs, nnd the valedictory
and salutatory will be read by Miss
Ellen Catherine Bell and Miss' Diana
Valentine Umstadtcr, respectively. The
exercises will begin promptly at 10 a. in.
Till-: GRADUATES.
The gradual, s of the High School are:
Kilon Catherine Bell. Diana Valentine
Umstadt er, Martha Prances Mathias,
Annie Cogbcll Schcnek. Charlotte Au?
gusta Overton, Annie Virginia Cray,
Alice Nell Hall. Vsabel Monis Pantos,
Annie Ellen white, Rebekah Solo
monsky. Lulu Dixon Sauls, Nathaniel
Ava Tatcm, Curtis Randolph Hudgins,
Howard Whiting Blake.
Tin- Fire Iii mil or I'lniil.
Mr. Ar. Shelley, of Philadelphia,
patentee of the "Little Jollier" fire
klndlor, i? In the city in the interest
of the manufacture of his article by the
Northern - Southern Kindling Wooil
Company. He will probably remain
here for several days. The Northern
Southern company will probably begin
the manufacture of this article about
July 1st. They will be made at the B.
P. Batchelder plant about two and a
half miles above Roper,
'Yon .Tiny lie lid (be Nu |i 11 Ii ff,
but not the tree." When disease has be
come chronic and deep soatij it is often
difficult to eure it That is the reason
why it is best to take Hood'i Sarsaparille
when disease first shows itself.
HOOD'S PILLS uro the favorite family
cathartic.
AN VSI'RISCKDENTKD l'l.tMl SAI.l:
IMieuometistl I'lrnio Huruuln* tu mi j
? ulerprInliiit Finn,
In the course of a record-breaking
business during the past two months
we have taken in exchange for part
payment mi our Peerless Stieff Piano
a. large number of second-hand pianos.
This collection embraces instruments
of such weil known makes as J. & i".
Fisher, Gaehle, Weber, Chlckcring,
Knabe, etc.
An expert workman from our factory
In Baltimore lias Just put the lot in
first-class order and condition, nnd as
a consequence they are all In a thor?
ough state of renovation and some
equal in every state to new. We win
Offer this entire lot at private sale nt a
fourth nnd fifth of the original price;
m some cases hardly above the cost of
repairs.
Intending piano purchasers will here
have an opportunity to procure a first
class instrument that Is rarely offered,
as the price wo intend to usk hardly
covers the cost of repairs.
We will make it possible for those
of' (he most modest means to have a
go '1 piano in their home
Heing old established manufacturers
of world-wide Celebrity, and dealing di?
rectly with the customer through our
own branch houses, we are enabled to
make terms on both new and second?
hand pianos that others lind impossible,
and we Intend that tills sale of second?
hand pianos shall bv a record-breaker
in the way of genuine bargains, and
the price of those pianos range from
$25 to ?175.
Come early and get choice.
STIEPP PIANO WA REROOMS,
Granby Street,
Je20- Under Montlcello Hotel.
A big line of negligee shirts With
prices that will make you a purchaser.
RUDOLPH! & WALLACE,
333 Main street.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 5
WATT. RETTEW & CLAY.
A great
Shirt Waist
Event.
Stripe, check and set-figure
Percale Shirt Waists with de
tacliable high standing collar
?full from ? gaihered yoke
back?
SOc. WAISTS. NOW 25c.
Good quality Unlaundered
Percale Shirt "Waists?gath?
ered yoke back?well made?
25c. W AISTS, NOW 17c.
White India Linon Waists?pleated
back, with yok??detachable collar
?full front?SQc. each.
White Itulia Ltnon Wa!sts?2 rows of
pretty insertion on the bias across
the full front-^detachablo collar
pleated yoke back?W each.
Reeular $1.60 White Uwn W.ilsts?
rows of opi n Insertion on the bias
across the full trout-?1 each.
Regular ?1.50 White P. K. Waists?
bcaut'es. Two iows of open Inser?
tion on the bias across the full
front. Another has Insertion (I iwn
the front ami on the shoulders?$1
each.
Regular $1.50 White Lawn Waists?full
front of pretty puffing and lucks?
$1 each.
Regular $1White Lawn Waists
open Insertion and tucks up and
down the full front und on the
shoulders?$1.19 each
Fine White Cambric Wnlsl*?cluster
cord front with insertion let In.
Beautiful garmentp -$1.75 each.
Fine Wh te India Linon Waists?cord?
ing and insertion forms the back
and front?$2.50 each.
Exquisite White Waists?entire front
or tiny tucks?the handsomest
white waists of tho SoaSOII?$3.*50
cub.
THE
Joseph Brown
STORE.
_
Seasonable
Cotton Goods.
? -? ?' i'
The beauty of the styles and
fineness of the facric will be a
surprise at the price.
Black and Navy
Grenadines.
Just arrived, a lovely Sum?
mer fabric at \2x/:i 15, and 20c.
Polka Dot
SMavy Lawns.
Most popular styles of the
season, 32-in. Sheer beauties
?8 and 10c. 40-in. a special
value for 12^c.
To Close June
With a Flourish
We place on sale to-day $00
yards of White Pique in Cord
and Fancy Patterns, in lengths
from (> to 20 yards. 25c. qual?
ity at ISc.
Josspn Brown, 220 Plain St.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
10c. Crash Linen,
for skirls, at 6c.
Arrived just in time for to?
day's comers ? another case
of regular 10c. Crash Linen
for Skirts and Eton Suits?
solid natural color -the great?
est selling fabric we have had
this season?6c. a yard.
Attention^
Men's and Women's Linen,
Duck andfOuting Suits of all
styles and descriptions laun?
dered like new.
Domestic finish given to
Collars and Cufl's. Only
FIRST-CLASS WORK
-AT -
OFFICE 105 GRANBY ST.
_ New Phone 874. _
IGE?BHEflin ?ES.
PURE BALTIMORE CREAM.
Special prices for parties and excursions,
All Ihe popular flavors. Orders taken for
delivery to any part of the city. We com?
pete with all prices and our Ice Cream
ami lees are guaranteed la he the bent.
NORFOLK CANDY KITCHEN,
Southern States Phone <>T;t.
JeM-? 21 PANIC ST.
Ice Gream Freezers
If you aro fond of good Cream and
want to make it quit k, buy o.tr Freezers,
the BEST and QUICKEST ON EARTH
All seasonable goods at lowest prices.
P. J. MALBON,
Both Phone* No. 101.
Surtimer School
(ALSO PURCHASERS OF TUR COLUM?
BIA BUSINESS COLLEGE.)
Special rates to teachers ?nd pupils of
other school)1 iut.it? June, July uml Au?
gust Can enter at any tlmu und take, tho
regular course or special studies.
Regular school in session the year
round;
(.'all or write for Information.
J. IS. RESSLER, President
Tlidne 4.*?;.
COLUMBIA BUSINESS COLLEGE
165 MAIN STREET.
Send or call for circulars In regard to
the study for Civil Service Course. Tako
advantage of your summer vacation to
;?< '. a bus ncss education. Wanted stu?
dents ns teachers for branch classes. D.
It. COX. Principal, inyl?i-Um
Peace Institute;
RALEIGH, N. C.
One of the best female schools !n 'the
South, and tho cheapest for advantages
given. Bend for catalogue.
.IAS. D1NWIDD1E, M. A.
La
All Mats trimmed and un
trimmed will be sold at re?
duced prices.
During the months of June,
July and August we will trim
all hats bought of us free of
charge
MRS. H. POSNER.
Both 'phones 110?. Tloncs tuned.
Piano Buyers, Read This I
We will offer this week several very
line sUgmly ustd pianos :sk-n ui?ex
Change for the Peerless Stielt Piano.
Among tho '? it ?> one Rosowood Upright,
3 pedals, beautiful tune, richly carved,
looks like new piano, only
$145.
Anatill r ? lie, Maili ?: iny rase, little bet?
ter, sa 7... and ?tili another, as good us
nt w,
$195.
If von prcfei buying a New Piano come
and e< the STIEFK We have tho stock
lo select from. Yuu buy direct from
tii.iiiuf.il 'u: i r. . .
Dbciul terms, regulir prices.
CHARLES M STIFFF,
Mo . ? ??; o Budding. Oranby street.
Writs r stul for our special price list.
I BICYCLES. 90 Models, $4o!
Mi gt popular wheel ever fold, n? testified by targe number sold each
y> season Compare du- lute number of "its Kambier? used in this sec
V tlou to thai of any oth. r lanke.
V> GET THE BEST AND SAVE MONEY.
217 and over 219 Main Street.

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