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N. C. Goodwin andMaxine Elliott Here Friday Night
?The Prisoner of Zenda Saturday
at Matinee and Night.
"A STRANGER IN A STRANGE
An exceptionally amusing entertain?
ment, -full of laughable situations, Is
afforded in the presentation of "A
Stranger in o Strange Land." that was
seen ut the Academy of Music yester?
day nt mntlnco and night. An ambi?
tious young man, of prevaricating; ten
derdenclcs, who lias visited America,
tries to palm off a bogus Indian as the
real thing upon his relatives when luv
returned to bis home In England?the
real Indian that he had engaged hav?
ing escaped, One real Indian and two
imitations are brought Into the arena
and a general misunderstanding arises,
which furnish many laughable compli?
MR. N. C. GOODWIN.
Tho announcement that Mr. N. C.
Goodwin and Miss Mnxine Elliott will
be seen at the Academy of Music next
Friday evening has brought genuine
pleasure to theatre-goers. The. desire
to sco these brilliant artists in their
latest success. "When "We Were Twen?
ty-one," is finite notably in evidence,
in this new play the .author has taken
ns his title a phrase from Thackeray's
translation of Berangcr'S poem to cele?
brate the long friendship of three
cronies so milled that their friends
call them tho "Trinity." Not only did
affections bind (hem together?they are
devoted for bringing up a 'former
( hum's son. Their progress is revealed
delightfully with genuine dramatic
strength. In every episode there is an
M I I f i
N. C. GOODWIN.
atmosphere of life and naturalness that
dues mure than any other quality to
makV it a notable addition to the cus?
tomary play of tho day Neither Mr.
Gf?vtdwln nor Miss Elliott have ever
portrayed two more Interesting roles.
Mr. Goodwin's Impersonation of Dick
i'arcwo, the big-hearted guardian rif
wild youth, Is said to be a creation
which can never bo forgotten, while
Miss Elliott as Phyllis, the girl who
Is betrothed to tho wild youth, but w ho
finally discovers her love for Dick, is
said to have n part admirably stilted
for her that is fresh Im.once person I
lied. The management states that the
slime settings will he elaborate and (he
production Identically the same as that
scon in New York. Seats on sale Wed?
nesday morning. Prices, 50c. to $2.00,
according to location.
' Till: PRISONER OF ZKNDA."
The announcement of the engage?
ment here of the great Lyceum The?
atre, New- Y?.; k, buccoss, "The Pri- :?. >r
of Zemlp,' .?>?. the Achtlcm] n'?j?l ?'
VAUGHAN GLASER AS PRIN< !?:
RUDOLF, "THE PRISONER OF
tiny, matinee and night, will be hailed
with delight by tho mass or our best
theatregoers. The production will be
presented by special arrangement with
Arc you building ? If so,
you will need ....
Visit our show rooms and see tho
latest designs, or maybo you want
an cstiniute on
Doors, Windows and
We make these and v
1,1 \ .? to wait. Patronize llOV.
309 MAIN ST., NORFOLK,VA.
a/sv --tvo* -a^ tv-ta.** ^-^<v?^% <?r-i
Mr. Daniel Frohman, under whose cap- '
ablo managemut il bus been presented
since Its inception. Although last year
was the fourth year of the career Of
this remarkable play, ami most plays
are considered to be very profitable If
tlliey last out two years, the pecuniary
success was so groat that it has been
decided to present It another year. Spe?
cial care has been taken to make the
production this year, stronger than
ever. The leading rob-.*the dual one ot
Rasscndyll and the King, will be as?
sumed by Vaughan Qlaser, whose asso?
ciation with the play its Frits von Tar
lenheltn In the past lias so materially
added to Its success, und i'harlotte Tit
tell qs the Princess Flavia has a char?
acter that is said to lit her abilities and
personality like the proverbial glove.
The scenic equipment is also said to be
most handsome nnd elaborate, requir?
ing a Special baggage car for its trans?
portation. Sale Of seats commences
Thursday, October 18th.
ITEMS OF INTEREST dATHERED
11V OUR REPORTER YKS
Miss Emma Crawford, who has been
III with typhoid fever the past two
weeks nt the residence of Mrs. 1-71 Iv.il
Wilkinson, on Fortieth street, was re?
moved, by the advice of her physician,
to the Norfolk Protestant H?spttai
yesterday afternoon for treatment.
Mr. W. E. TrOtman, of Myers ave?
nue and Thirty-sixth street, has re?
turned from a business tili? to Hates
county, N. C.
Miss Fannie Moore, of Gloucester
county, is visiting her cousin. Miss
Dora Fleming, of Fortieth street.
Mr. ?lllligsworth and family, or Tnr
b?ro, N. C, have moved here ami are
residing on Fortieth Street.
A pair of shoes found in the posses?
sion of Isaac Rlddlck, colored, when
arrested, have been identified by Mr.
Klght, of Old Dominion Place, as his
property. They wen- stolen from ills
residence on the nluht of October Sth,
at which time a stilt of (lollies and a
pistol were carried off. The fact of the
shoes being In Kiddh k's possession at
ttic time of Ids arrest Is string cir?
cumstantial proof that the robbery of
Mr. Eight's resilience was committed
The l.owman Sisters Specialty Com
pnny is billed to give ii Vaudeville
nliow at odd Fellows' Hall Monday
Mr. Dennis Kelly, of Clark Street,
accompanied by a number or ladies
and gentlemen, attended a masquerade
dunce in Portsmouth Friday night.
Mr. Clark was awarded the lltst prize
hs the most stylish dressed gentle?
man. Miss Kat<; Tar roll, of New York,
received the second prize a handsome
Mrs. M. ll. Rigglns, of Pocahontas
avenue ami Bowden's Ferry mad. has
returned from a visit of two months'
to relatives in Prince Edward county.
Yu. Her trip has-very much Improved
Dr. 1. N. Farmer, who has been a
resident physician here for the past
Just arrived. I.(.miau Sisters Minstrel
ami Vaudeville Co. will show at Odd
Fellows' Hall. l?iniherfs Point. MON?
DAY. October 1Mb, -1900. Admission. 10
ami 23c. Doors open 8 o'clock sharp.
I.OMAN SISTERS, Props.
it* ROBT, J.OMAN. Manager.
eighteen months, will move with his
family to Norfolk Monday, and will
take up their residence on Granby
street. Dr. Farmer's family made
manv friends during their residence
hero, who regret much to part with
them. The Doctor will continue the
practice of his profession at Lambert's
Everything Is in readiness for the
grand Democratic rally to come Oft
here Monday night. The large Bryan,
Stevenson and Maynard banner will
he unfurled to the breeze Monday
afternoon. The meeting will he held oil
BoWden'B Perry road, opposite Justice
1?. Loper's ofllce. Several prominent
speakers will deliver addresses, and the
occasion will he enlivened by good mu?
sic by a brass band. All Democrats
are urged to attend.
Rlvervlow, Just North of City Pork
Tlie statement that Rlvervlow will in
u few years he more attractive than
Ghent may seem wild to those who
know nothing of the location, the pres?
ent Improvements, the contemplated
future Improvements and those who
are already personally and financially
Without a single exception, the ex?
pression of those who have visited
Rlvervlow has been: "This is the
I finest natural location near Norfolk
for suburban residences.'' You will
have to take the trouble to go out to
Rlvervlow if you desire to satisfy your?
self on this point. Five handsome res?
idences that will average 15,000 each
are already assured, and every house
is to have a frontage of 100 feet. A
? great many of the lots are from two to
three feet higher than the street grade.
This moans good cellars, good drainage
I and rich top soil. Rivorvlew is I he
highest ground about Norfolk. Rlv
orvlow lots will not be placdd In the
hands of nny real estate agent, Wo
1 want, to meet and know personally
every purchaser. However, any real
estate agent who simply Introduces a
person to whom a lot is sold will re?
ceive his commission.. No lots will he
sold to speculators. is\> far every lot
i sold is to have a home built on it. Who
are the people? You can lind out from
any olliccr of this company. Naturally
; the best locations will be taken first.
We hope to make Rlvervlew one of the
attractions of Norfolk. Do you enjoy
fishing, sailing, rowing, a line water
! view, pit nty Of fresh air during the
hot Summer months, plenty of sun?
light during tho Winter, a chance to
' have green glass, roses and ornnmcn
' till Shrubs? Investigate the advan?
tages of living at RlvervleW.
Cut this out and have it in your
pocket when you visit Rlyervlew. The
street ears will be running shortly.
Half the track is laid.
Till-: RIVERVIEW PARK < 'i ?.
C. M. RANDOLPH,
II. C. WIIITEHEAD,
Y. IVt. C- A- Notos.
Rev. .T. E. Shenk will speak to nir>n
at the Young Men's Christian Associa?
tion ibis afternoon at i p. m. ah men
are cordially Invited. Suhjcct. "Christ's
Picture or a Christian." Good, live
Binglng is one of the features of this 1
The educational classes opened last
week with a good enrollment; others
expect to join during this week.
Peter Smith & Co/s
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17111.
In our magnificent store, modernized in every j
particular, with appointments perfect
we are now ready for business*
THE FIRST FLOOR as heretofore will be devoted to
various kinds of Dress Goods, Trimmings, Laces, fcm
broideries, Hosiery and Underwear. In this depart?
ment you will find the most beautiful creations of the
foreign looms in Silk and Woolens, with gorgeous
trimmings to complete every costume appropriately,
together with inexpensive materials.
THE SECOND STORY will be our salesroom for Suits
and Wraps, in which line we always keep in touch
with the leading manufacturers.
Also Blankets, Comforts, Curtains, Tapestries and
other household necessities.
THE THIRD we have allotted to duplicate stock, thereby
relieving the salesrooms from over-crowding.
We think we have an ideal store and will be pleased to
have you allow us the pleasure of showing you through.
Peter S?cxitli. &s Co*
Ready-to-wear Clothing and Shoes.
decide for yourself. Of course, we advise you to favor us. We strongly advocate such a course. The fact that
we are.nOt disinterested does not lessen the value of our suggestion. Every genuinely frugal person will carefully
weigh our words. This business was originated and is continued on bright, aggressive lines; it is swayed by good,
hard, common sense. You'll find the stock thoroughly attractive with garments lor men and boys that will yield
proper service; and that indescribable grace called '*>tyle" is scrawled all over everything we sell.
We have no rubbish or slouchy nondescript products of bunglers to offer; the collection we invite you to
examine is made up of the very best qualities at prices that are always much below rates charged by other stores.
Men's sack suits, made of all wool cheviots, nobby patterns
and colorings, good linings and creditable tailoring, just
the suit for general business wear; worth
$12.50, our price.
Men's sack suits, made of handsome all wool cheviot, smart
scotchy effects and tine worsteds, in quiet, subdued col?
orings, superior linings and workmanship: ^0
worth $15.00, our price ....
.Wen's sack suits, made of rich cheviots that are exact copies
of the costliest imported stuffs; some of the coats cut in
the new military style, broad shoulders and shaped to
the figure, and some full backs, worth <M C AA
>20.00, our price.?pi?.UU
.Men's sack suits, made of the choicest imported worsted ex?
clusive patterns, in the swellest tone^ and combinations,
hand padded collars and lappels.hand worked
button holes, elegant linings, worth $25.00, <?I7 EA
our price . . . ' . . . ?P* ?
A\en's cutaway coats and vests, made of excellent grade
soft finished diagonals, the products of high class tailor?
ing artists, lined with tanner's s.itin and per?
fect titling, w orth $15.00, our pi ice
Men's fall top coats, made of all wool cover! cloth lined throughout with good
heavy satin; they have (he same style and lit as accurately as the C/7 uA
higher priced garments, worth $9.50, oui price ....
Men's fall top coats, made of Oxford gray cheviots, lined throughout with pure
dyeel silk; the workmanship shows all the marks of skill and ?? fl ^ CA
honesty; worth $18.00, Our price ... . . ?i*?vv
For Monday only?Hoys* Knee Trousers (lint sell for
and ethers claim lliein good value, at 50c.
Boys' Two-piece Double-breasted 8ults. made <>t* warranted All-wool Cheviots,
large variety of pattcrits and colorings, lined and sewed in iho rlglil <}
way; nur price for Monday only . J"Z.O /
Hoys' Long Trousor Suits,
fancy mixtures; fnshionably ?
vests; Intended for hard wear;
made of all-wool Cltovt?ts, in hin
it rents, siegle- and double, hi,
worth $S.5i0, our price . .
rinys' Long Trouscr Suits, made oi rough finished and heavy weight black and
blue cheviot and wide wale sorgo* single end double-breasted coats, c \ r\ fin
nloely trimmed; w orth ?12.00; our price . *P *UlUU
Boys' Two-pit en Doublc-brcastqd Suits, mml?
cntchy effects; lined with best farmer's salin:
long w e.n crs; worth $15.00; our pi ice .
of plaid cheviots, In bright,
splendidly tailored ami <jj^ qq
[toys' Sailor Blouse Suits, made of gobd wldo wale serge; blouse cut full and
handsomely embroidered or trimmed wit It silk soutache braid; worth tl.M; ^^ QQ
Leys' Sailor Blouse Suits, made of Imported matorlals, Including cheviots and
serges; seine have double sill; collars and shields; hand (rlmined and trr nri
embroidered; worth 5^ our price .*pj.\J\J
made of fancy che viel:;
silk faced lapels, embroidered
shields, nod some hnve novelty vests?pretty und fashlonabla suits foi tr 1 cri
si worth $4.00; our price.4>x..ju
fi?3 tt V eslee Sllll.
Hoys' Vcstee Suits, made of attractive cheviot:; and serge:
elaborately embroidered in contrasting colors; .scores of oh
to choose from; worth $7.60; our price.
collars and shields
made of all-wool tan covert cloth, well lined ,;nd care
full v made, \vi\ die sy nnd serviceable for the little chaps from ;! to CT f\(\
th $it?; our pri< ?? .pj.uu
Loys' Fall Top Coal
iu years; wor
Boys' Pall Top Coats, made of best quality domestic covert cloth, lapel, collar
nnd button holes nicely finished?sties range from 3 to 17 years; worth <ge (\f\
*7.il>; uur price .^J,uu
not high priced.
and for that reason it is not
by accident that our stores
are always crowded.
The Cool Snap
makes the Over Gaiter
indispensible and as an ini?
tiatory bow in this depart?
ment We will sell to-mor?
row onl\?our 25c. Ladies'
Cloth Over Gaitors for 11c.
a pair?and 50c. Tailor
made Over-Gaiter for 31c.
Patent Leather Shoes, for
men's wear, hand-sewed?
all widths and sizes, in a
very nobby shape.
Cuban Heel Shoes
for Ladies', made with
wide Scotch soles are the
very latest, and that's why
we have them; they are
made of fine vici kid, hand
made; our price $3.00.
The like will cost you $4
is the name our boys'
school shoe that will out?
wear any two pair of the
usual shoe sold at the same
price; if shoeing your boy
has been an expensive item
try a pair of these, and if
you are not satisfied after a
months wear bring them
back and we will refund
Sizas 10 to $1.25:.
1 to W $t.5?
230 High St.,
? NORFOLK'S BUSY GROCERY..
Best Baltimore Hams, 12j?c. lb.
Veal Loaf, I-lb. cans, 15c
Grapes, IOc. basket.
Best Butter, I-lb. prints, 25c lb.
LOWE & MILLER.
GflMftGE & WALLER
12-13 PLUME ST.
Fine Front and ornamental
in popular shades, in sio.vi,
- RED. QUAY. BUFF and TERRA
1'ccora. Kxce.i.ur. Coiorlflc iiorUK
Etalm in bUnJitl Color*.
THE HENRY WALKE CO.,
And Railroad Supplies,
Hardware anil Ship Chandlery
"Glnnt" nnd "Giant Planer." Leather
Belting. "Giant." "Granite," and "Shaw
nut" Rubber Melting.
Agent* tor Unowlca* Steam Pumping
Norfolk Iron Works,
GEO. W. DUVAL & CO,
NO. 15 WATER STREET. NORFOLK.
ENGINES. BOILERS. SAWMILL ami
all kinds of machinery of the. most Im?
proved patterns. Also repaying at tho
shortest notiee. Particular attention to
steamboat work. DUVAI/8 PATENT
BOILER TUBE FURRULE3 are tho
only jerfeet Minody for leaky boiler
tubes. They run bo Inserted In a few
minutes by an engineer, and are war?
ranted to stoji leaks.
W. H. TAYLOR & CO.,
221 WATER STREET.
Railroad, Steamboat and Mil
Agents for this section for the aal? of
Gratoil ?- Knight's Leather Belting. Now
York Pelting and Packing. Company's
Rubber Goods, Khowlton'S Patent Pack
ing, Snow Steam Pumps. wyf-eodjy:
B. L. MAYER.
WM. M. WHALEY.
MAYER & CO.,
Manufacturers' Agents, Importers an<j
and supplies, Tools, Shafting and Pulleys,
Engines and Rollers, Pumps. Injectors,
Syphones. liose, Iron Pipe and Pitting...
valve;-. Cocks. &c. Saws, Rafting Gear,
Holts. Nuts. Washers, H?lting, Packing,
Waste. Iron. Steel. Nails. Oils, Cordage.
Wo guarantee tho quality of our goods
and also prompt delivery, and with in?
creased facilities we aro prepared to meet
all competitors. Inquiries and orders aro
S3 COMMERCIAL. PLACE.
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