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What Capt. Roper Has to Say of
the College. NO CONFLICT IS POSSIBLE. - Fortunate in Securing Capt. Pefer. Experienced Educator Recom? , mended by Dr. Smith. Reso? lutions of Regret. Mrs. Cassedy's Literary Work. wing to a desire to be near tha large \?l? libraries of the Nu jjvj tioual Capital, so that Mrs. (.'aasedy can pursue hor lit? erary labor to ad? vantage, there will be a change in tho management of Nor? folk College for Young Ladies' next year, and Thurs? day night public announcement of the change wai made. Tbe president of the oolloge believes that the ioititution is particularly for? tunate in securing tho services of Capt. Pefer as principal. Copt. Roper was seen yesterday and 6aid: "He is a na tive of Virginia oud during the war served on Uen. H. E. Lee's staff, and is a very accomplished geutleruau and experienced educator. Capt, Pefer se? lected the law as a profession, but gavo it np to take charge of the high grade woman's college at Newberry, S. ?. Some years ago bis health failed and he was forced to retire from aotivo labor. He was lecommended to the college board by Dr. Coke Smith, who knows him well." "Will there be any change in the method of instruction?" Capt. Roper was asked. "Well, Capt. Pifer will havo to au Bwer that question. The stockholders wim, take OIIABOB of tbe institution, and hope to make the grade higher, on a par with tho Woman's Collego iu Baltimore." Will there be any ohauges in tbo faculty'.' Capt. Ptfor will visit Nor folk in May, aud will becomo ac<itiaiut ed with ibe teachers, and retain those he thinks advisable, Mr. Kilby said that be thought that the College was fortunate iu seeuriug (.'apt. Pifer, and that it was tho desire of tho board to retain all tbo old teachers who would remain. Under the management of Prof. Cat sedy the school has greatly prospered. There were tivo boarders the lirst year Mr. Caseedy took charge, thirty five the secoud year and seventy-live tbe present year. The total enrolimout is more thau ilOO. NO CONFLICT, Mrs. Cassedy saya tuero cau bo no possible conflict between Norfolk Col - lege.aud her college at National Park, Washington. That tho tuillou at Nor ? folk College is S175 per year,including board, while $41)0 is charged at thu Washington school. resolutions of heg ret. The scholars aud teachers of i Nor? folk College met iu the chapel yester? day aud passed resolutions of regret that Mr. uud Mrs.Caasedy havo seeu fit to sever their connection with tho in? stitution, Tbe tirat paragraph of the resolu? tions reads: "We teachers and pupils of Norfolk College desire to express to Mr. ami Mrs. Cassedy our deep uppreeiution of their unwearied eudeavors in our be? half, of their patieuce aud sympathy with tie aud of the genuine help they have given us iu conduct and life us well as intellectual training. We want to tell them that we bttve uot failed to feel tbe heart power they have expend ed on us so freely." Mrs. Cassedy says she "dearly loves to leaoh Sutitheru girls, thu sweetest girls iu the world, but she could uot in juetioe to herself, longer neglect her literary work." She has written some brilliant pa pors, notably, "Casto iu Government," "Principle vs. Policy," "From Tbeoo racy to Theocrocy." Her best works of fiction wero, "It Might Havo Seeu," "Shandy," and "Love Avenged," Ordered uii Irinl. Oakland, Oal. -"About two years ago I ordered Irom J, P.. Cistes A Co,, San Francisco, a bottle of Simmons Liver Regulator ou trial, aud so satis? factory has beeu its use in expelling bile from the system, and regulating the action of the liver, thnt from an order of one at a time tbo order has risen to a dozen bottles at once."?b, V. Lawrence. Mrs. Jeunie Delouey Hice, a gradu? ate of tbo beat American aud F.uropeuu schools, art teacher of Norfolk College for Young Ladies and instructor of private classes at her studio, lit Had dington building. Portrait und miuia ture painting, specialties. It it u,. Several cars en route; mti6t bo sohl; also soino on track here. H, E. Owens, 275 Water street. icimtor uveltiea. A new line oomiug in every day, book marks and manicure pieces, Chapman A Jakeman. Pure fresh milk Gc per glass at Mao's Dairy Lunch Rooms, 09 Main street, 20 (old) Market square and 105 Main street._ Nickel Lever Watch, Sb Repairing a speoialty, brown ic Wolf, jewelers, encoessors to S, R. Smith, 11 bank street, _ _ We make a specialty of remounting diamonds and fine wutoh and jewelry repairing, engraving, eto. Chronome? ters rated. Chapman A- Jakeman. II? lloos mid llv < r<>??u. Large line walking canes, hooks and oreoks, sterling silver mounted,from $1 ftp? Chapman k Jakeman, i illnrine Mut irr?. Tho Lighthouse Board gives notioe tbst tue heavy Hosting ioe tn Now York upper and lower bays baviug disap ueored the Qedney ohauuel wbistliug buny buck ami white perpendicular striposi lias boon replaced. Thu other irou cau and ODD buoys iu New York upper aud lower bays will bo roplaced as aoou as possible, The Supervisor of the port 'Of New York baa moved the mud dumping buoy iu New York lower bay about one milo SK by b of its former position, iu thirty six feet of water. The Lighthouse Board gives notioo that the heavy flouting ice iu Now York i upper aud lowor bais having disap? peared, the Geduey Channel whistling buoy > black aud white perpendicular stripes) haa been replaced. The other iron can and nun buoys in New York upper and luwer bays will be replaced ai soon as possible. The Supervisor of the I'ort of Now York has movud the mud dumping buoy iu New York lower bay about one mile southeast by south of its former positiou, in thirty six feot of water. Magnetic bearings: Coney Island LigUtbouee, NVV ? N; B?rner Shoal Beacon. W S\Y . \Y. A Mul ? f (Union. The family of Mr. T. F. Bogels sits to day in tho ehadow of a great sorrow aud the sympathy of the entire com? munity goes out to the griof etrickeu household in its great utfhotion. Not b very great while since tho band of death was laid uiiou a cherished sun, a young man full of promise, and it was but Friday that a loving daughter was summoned to join the loved one over "the silent river." It is hard to understand tho inscrut ablo ways of Frovidcnce, aud iu this particular oase the blow falls like u pall upon the heart and brain of tho family now overwhelmed with prief, -till their recourse is to that Almighty Providouce who never wounds without aQording a remedy to heal the wound lie gives, 1IEATU OK MR. WALTER IUDfiOOD. Mr. Walter Bidgoud, sou of Mr. J. 0. Bidgood.died Friday,uged :'.;> years. The funeral takes place at bis home, at Tanner's Creek CrosBroadH, at 11) o. in. to day. BURIED IN HU'HitOND. Tho remains of Mrs. A. \V. Bntlor were taken to Itichmiuid yesterday fur interment in Hollywood. Tho funeral services were conducted at the house yesterday morning by Bev. E. II. Haw bugs, of Centenary MethodiBt Church, i|i l l \ cen Acaln In t rouble. Mr. J, B. McF.lvoeu, who was arrest ed here, charged with gambling iu At lauta, is again in trouble. The Lynch burg News of Fridays says: "J, B. MoF.lveen was arrested last night, charged with obtaiuiug money under false pretenses, the warrant being sworn out by W, D. Cauipbuli, toero tary, aud others. The, charge iu the warrant is t hut McFlveou on or nboal January lbib organized horo a lotigo or cumpof the Woodmen of the World, cluituiug to be uorking under instruc? tions from tho Uraud Camp of tho order: that lie instituted a camp m Lynchburg without authority, receiv? ing money from thu said Campbell and others by false representations." Pelle? court. Justice Burroughs disposed of the following cases iu tho Police Court yes? terday : liobert Myers, colored, breach of the peace, uud making a white boy, Lotus Hanford, drunk; committed for ten days for examination. .lames Watkius, colored, breach of pioiuise; dismissed, having been pre? viously tiuod for tho some offence. O.vie W hite, assaulting J. E, Simons; tiued 912.25, A number of minor cases were also disposed of. icrpon United tlltttrl ties. Tho report of Fuitetl Charities lor week ending March 16, lt-'J?, was as follows: Groceries and provisions distributed to 325 perilous; Ol loads of fuel distrib? uted. Membership fee and donations: Frank \Y. Bluke, $5; cash, ?5; Norfolk Lodge, I. 0. O. F., So; Nottingham & Wrenn, 820; Davis' Bakery, UU loaves bread, Noire.*. Prof. Bollez/.a's soirees continue to attract a large number of young lolks to iiis dancing academy. The soiree Friday uigbt was largely attended anil very much etujoyed, t he Modem \Vuy Commends l'.solt to the well formed, to do pleasantly and etlectnally what was formerly done in tho crudest muuner au.i disagreeably as well. To cleause tho system uud break up coldB, head? aches aud fevers without unpleasant after effects, use the delightful liquid laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs. Sit a in roc It. NbnuirocU. All persons desiring the shamrock emblem (or March 17th can obtain tho same free of cost ou Friday or .Satur ?lav, March 14th and l?th, at John B. Lougbrun's, 205 and '207 Church street. _mrl5 2t 1 veryb.xlv 1? liilUloc about onr Aristo Platino photographs, ilavu you seen them' We uro also making a special of twelve cabinets and 10x20 enamel pbotoB for $3; twoivo cabinets ami full crayon 84, B. S. Campbell, 172 Main street. A severe rheumatic pain iu tho left shoulder bad troubled Mr. J. H. Lop r. a well-known druggist of Des Moiues, Iowa, for over six mouths. At times tne puiu was so severe thut ho could not llfl anything. With all bo could do he could not get rid of it until ho applied Chamberlain's Fain Balm. "I only made three applica? tions of it," bo says. "And have since been freo from all pain." lie now reoommends it to persons similarly a?iicted. It is for sale by all drug glatt. Norfolk Irishmen Will Honor His Memory, BANQUET, SPEECH MAKING. Irish Americans and Their Friends Will Celebrate the Day To-Mor row Night. A Few Words Bi graphicat of the Great Saint. ttlflBa^B rent preparation has ]r\ rto l,een 1118110 v9ar by the Irish societies ot Norfolk for the celebration of St. Patrick's Day?a day observed by the loyal iuub of Old Erin the world over, 't he celebration will close Mouday night with a giund ban <|iiet at Emerald Hall. Tho following organization will participate in the exercise*: Emerald Society, Ancient Order of Hibernians, Catholic Knights of Amer? ica, Catholic biuovolout Legion aud St. Patrick's Benevolent Society. THE BANQUET. An attractive programme of vocal and instrumental tuusio will be render? ed during the banquet, aud the follow lowing will be the toasts und the ora? tors: "Tbo Day Wo Celobrate"?M. Glen nan. "Virginia"?Judge D. Tucker Brooke, "Irolond"?R. Dovereoux Doyle. "Tho United StaieB"?Hon. Thomas R. Borlaud. "Tho City of Norfolk"?Col. Wil? liam Lamb. "The Press"?Mr. K C Murray. "The Irish American CltlZeu"?Mr. James VV. Long. "I'ho Bouoh and Bat"?Jndgo T. H. Wilioox. "1'he Ladies"?Mr. J. C. Carroll. A baud of eight pieces will be pres? ent during the banquet. A few words about St. Patrick nnd tho order which bears the name of Ireland's patrou saint will bo of in? terest. the oitiir.ii. The Ordor of St. Patrick, a national order of knighthood lor 11 eland, was established by George 111 on tlio 5th of February, 1703. Sc. Patrick was a distinguished mis? sionary of the tifth ceutury, commonly known us the Apostle of Ireland, There is nine uncertainty ns to tho date und pla e of his birth. Tho your of his binu is variously assigned to the years .'177 und il!S7, of which tho lutter, says n well known authority, is mure probublo. Of tho place it is only known from his owu statement, that his father had u farm neur Bouuveue, Taberuial, his birth place, Some writers assign his birthplace to Boulogne sur-Mer, others to a place in tho estuary of tho Clyde,called from him KilpatrieK. Iiis father was a dea? con named Colpnriuius. His original name is said to have been Succaih, Putriceus, being the Kornau appellative by which he was Known. In his 10 year he was seized while at bis lather's farm by u bnuti of pirates, aua with a number of others was curried to Ireland, lie went from Ire und to Pruuoe aud became u monk, tirst ut Tours mid afterwurds at the celebrated Monastery of Levins. In the year 421 ho went to Koine, whence be was sent to preach iu Ireland. his WORK, His mission was eminently success? ful, doing much iu christianizing thu ancient Irish system of belief and prac? tice, Ho visited a large portiou of tli9 kingdom uud baptized' great numbers uf people. According to accounts ho founded churches aud baptized Jwith his owu hands 12,000 persons. lie is said to have orduiued u large number of priests und to have blessed many monks aud nuns. Me died nt a place culled Saul near Dowupatrick.f Curd to tin- Hllbiic. It is my earnest desire, us proprietor of HUNTlNO's ItAlLROAD shows, to coll the attention of the citizens of Norfolk to the real value of this show to the city us n local institution, as well ns it is to mo valuable uud personal proper? ty. This is my second winter in your city, at a cost of 88,00fj eight thousand dollars I. spent amoug your merchants and tradesmen euch wiuter. Now this is uot mentioned grmlgiuglv, for cur tuiuly I have received full value for nil money apeut with thu sev? eral merchants and tradesmen* whom I have so pleasantly dealth with. Now tho common ory in Norfolk is patronize and help home industries, nut for some reason the public of Norfolk did not patronize my show last spr ng at its opening, and thoy even wailed for a so called Forepangh show, wnicb was to nil intents ami purpose gone from the face of the earth, as Adutu Fore puttgh bad beou dead seven years. Nevertheless, you waitod, aud, as yon remember, wero humbugged to the fullest extent of all your expectations. My show this season is double its former size, aud 1 claim to give ns line Show, Circus, Museum,, Menaoekie as there is in this country,engaging tho best tulent that mouoy can procure. Honestly conducted. honorably PRESENTED and MORAL in its rONE, So thaw OUT and rouK OUT and see the best anil cleanest show in this country on wednesday, march '27. Admission ?O ceuts. Children under 12 2? cents. A grand free street parade leaves tho show grounds, corner uf Princess Anne road aud Church street, at 9 a. m, SALVINI In an Interesting New Romantic Com? edy. Alexander Salvini and tbe old, fasci? nating, exhilarating drama of action, of sturdy heroes and romantio hero? ines will once more be in ovidenco next Wednesday night. By special arrange? ment Mr. Salvini has agreed to present od this occasion tbo Istc6t addition to his repertoire, tbe "Student of Sala? manca," which,if reports may be relied upon, is one of tbe must humorous conceptions that has been given to the stage in sumo years. It is Sulviui s first attempt in light onmedy aud the euc cess wbiob bis now departure has achievod shows him to beau artist who has yet to demonstrate his limitations. The salo of veals will open to morrow i Monday i morning. The following are the prices: First lloor, SI aud 81.50; balcony, DUc. and SI; gallery, 25c._ HiTi imiiiii? ? ?ecelpla The rooeipts of merchandise at Norfolk, Vn.. for the month of February, 1895, compiled at the Chamber of Commerce, were as fol? lows: Lumber, feet, 10,576,454; logs, feet, 3.134,730; staves, M., 153,000; shingles, M., 740,000: railroad ties, M? 150,; hav, tons, 1,614; corn bush? els, 303,210; oats, bushels, 10,500; meal,bushels, 19,510; rice,bushels, 903; brau, bushels, 4,500; wheat, bushels, 98,155; peanuts, bags, 33,174; coffee, bags,884; sugar, barrels,4,469; molasses, etc., barrels, 0015; cheese, boxes, 1,125; butter, tubs, 1,723; Hour, barrels, 22,271; Hour, hags, 19,573; pork, barrels,;i40; tisb, barrels, 523; Bab,box? es, 980; meat, bulk, pounds, 175,000; meat, barrels, 842; meat, boxes, 842; lard, tierces, 290; lard, cases, 222; lurd, tubs, 578;? oil, coal, liar reis, 1,220; oil, cottou seed, barrels, -1,011); cottou seed meal, bushels, 38,998; fertilizers, tons, 1,409; hidoB, packages, 3,037; horses und mules, head, 1,020; hogs aud sheep, head, 858 cattle, head, 506; naval stores, barrels, 1,521; potatoes, barrels, 860; truck, barrels, 2,814; truck, boxes, 22; eggs, barrels, 82; eggs, crates, 1,552; salt, ssoks, 17,770; ooal, Pocaboutae, tons, 133,911; pig iron, tons, 6,156; coke, tons,60; tobacco,leal, hogsheads, 1,358; tobacco, leaf, tierces, 905; tobacco, loaf, cases, 74; to? bacco, manufactured, packages, 15-, 323._ Ilrnui-ti ?ti'iicn l-:i>tnblUltc<l. In order to facilitate his growing business OeorgeS. Briggs has eslab Imbed a dowii towu oi??o at No. 48 Commerce street, near Maiu, where orders, for lumber, wood und coal will receive uromut attention. ? For ?he ?lodi know, I *|*-uL Hii^ is buugr? of br ad." ?i sriolanua, I. I. HUNGRY- OF COURSE HE IS. HUT IT n >udsd a Shakespeare to unto and the (ioils to witin-f". that he was bo mm li ngcy for bread, lo.-a good bread?a loaf ke p illg moiat four days, Ciet our ''Daisy Pol? cut.' Ilcceipt?"First ilrv the flonr)thotoaghly. FOCOlld, use pleuty of uati-r and kiit-a I o".) in mite . Third. >lu not knead th do igh Btiit. Fourth, Keen iu warm place wh le r sing. We ?ill shortly i ffer a prize of u barrel tf our "Daley latent, lor Ihn Pest loaf oi brea I made from our "Raisy 1 atent." Our brands,''Daisy latent' -'i sisy i'el'e." "Flood Tide, can hu found al the ?eil kiionn gioeerles of: .lohn Mroud, 405 Church atroet:Jlt F Gootl sou. i hureh and Nicholson streets; ,M Me i arIan I, Chapel and I'riuoess Anne avenue: Al?v Redd, Chapsl ami Princes* anue ave? nue; I'.Qiiillin, Chautl mid I tin tu Anue avenue: Ual.up A \S light. Chapsl sreet; U Mavo. l.?o ami Chapel streets; I. 11 East, i b pel and Hull streets; Win Mol e in liirs i Lurch street. C \V Morse, l l caiu-tro t L Dnncau, 12(1 James street: VViu llo.t'inatl, Co.i a:.d Hank tru.t. ?> M Korbes, Marou e. iem}le;J sl'alby. 2'J Char? lotte ?tri et >\o d 1 ivr.l 6 Ron ii street It ti Nott nt;iiaiii a i'.i. L'll Charlotte street: O F 1 roan .v i o, Grauty und * ueeu ?trett?. R I, diversity, |3i veen h'reet.- S Cohn. 271 Cniuberlaud streei: K O I sr.-y. 270 Cum? berland i-t ei t: .1 s-a-ki, 71 Nicholson s re t. H i Wilson, 10'J Ni bolSOU Ktruet; ? II Twifor.i; 11 Chapel sire t: Win Hart,59 i lapel strret; It R . lit A Uro, Covs an 1 C .?pe! stieeiM. 11 i> A J W Ullck, 151 Church siroet; III R os, 240 ain street; 1>A White, I31U RrambSstnn avi nue E Hart, U12 Kant main sneet: sc on, mos, 2^1 East .Main street; Kaufinau Bros, :2i Kast Main street; Wood, Reck h in & Co, 224 East Main treet; ,i Baxter, ill Onureh stn-ot: .1 w (iarduer, 157 Cumberlaml street; H Fti-nmau, ,71 i bur h street; M A I'horiitoii, 201 Chursb ftro-t: U N Wh telnir.t A Bro 25UObtircll ?ti eet;.Jos E Pettee. Church aud Caarlotte streets; R J Mal mi. 2l>J Church itree.; \ o idiiou o ,v Kellnm, Fencburch sad Char lotte. A A ist w.irt. I hapo. and I loiik and; ii If w Itehurst, i>y ubapel ?u-pei; W .1 Whiti A Hon, 2-n? i nuich street; T A Twittv, 501 Church strei t: J ? Sykes, W'^hiugtiii street; Ta>loi llro.l, 401T ars avenuu H II CroeKst. Park and lSramhlooni aveiiues Arr.n tou .V < o, H2U Kraiubleton uueiiiie; I. R Ai re:-, i.O Br imbletou i venue; i T Woo Ti Udo, Mozart am Br? ruble ton avenues; La Wld e, lUI'J i ramhleton ava u 10; K Hart. 311! East Main st cet: -chlose jiro< x'4i East llaiu 3tre.t,.C s> Whitehurst, Rsambletoa saarkot. HE 111! NATIONAL GAME The Arrangements for Next Sea? son's Sport. PETERSBURG LINES_ UP WELL Mr. Sommers Expects the Norfolk Boys to Play Ball. Great Interest Shown. The Home Team Will Arrive Shortly. Tho First Games. very boaoball crank in Norfolk is interested in the composition of tho Petersburg team, the pennaut winners of lust season. Thb Vir (uni an this morning presents tho array aud tho positions they will occupy. The team is considered a strong one and the cranks of that city are happy. The srasou will open in a few weeks, and the Virginia league oiubs will be? gin a number of practice games with some of tho crack Motional Lengue teams. Tin: V'.RaiNiAN is assured by tho management of tho Norfolk team that the meu selected this year, as pub liehed some days ago. can and will play Veal ball. Norfolk will nukes tight tor the pennant from the start, and tho boys will play ball for all they are worth. Norfolk lias been watchiug developments in Petersburg, to Bee what kind of stuff the teuru for the next season is made of. THE VlROIN? ian's special correspondent at Peters? burg sent the following last night as tho composition of tho teum iu that city: PitobersJohn Foreman,of Baltimore, It. J. Packard, of t'lnrksville, In.; Charles Harris, of Macou, (in.; J. Me ?lames, of Sparlnubnrg, s, V. ; Artlier Thomas, of Washington; Catchers, Jack Heyden, of Washington; 0. P. MoCluug, of Enst Kudford, Vo.;.Iu tiolders. J Chnplin, of Wiliiumsport, Pa., first baseman; Sherman Perry, of Indianapolis, second basoman; lt. F.. Pender, of New Orleaus, third baso man. Peuder will captaiu tho team, fieorgo Metz, of Washington, short stop: Stuart Saudford, oeuter field; loft Held has not been tilled. Mr. Sommers expects all of his men to be hero iu a few d'iys. The ground will be put iu proper oonditiou aud great improvement made for seating the audience. Tho press roporters will be muoh more comfortable thau last year. ? ? ?>. HOUERS?At tbo realdenee ot her parents. No. til hate street. at7:'J0 p, in., .March l?tte, I.INDA 1,Kl . 'au thter of 1. V. and ALDIE ItOdl' Its. sg?d 11 yen?. I Ii' r .1 ton uhiivo re.ldeu o THIS (Si 11. H*y) AtTKBaOON at :i SO o'clock. hm:iiai. notice. tho tuner 1 unices of ANDREW .1. DkniiY ?ill bo h m nt his late residsn a No iu? lt< tt'p'tm atraat, TJbiS tSuuduvi AFTERNOON 11 i p. m. the mm garble mm in, 113 and 115 Bank St., NORFOLK, - - - VIRGINIA, Large Stock of liiiiaUod MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONtS. ?4-Ueu?y for IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ALL EYES Arc tame] upou icy Fiiu >y \\ holt sale und 1 ? .it Grocery Establishment ? WHY ? Simply Im? nuse the prices au I .jtialit ? meet tho d.-ai ol nil c litres. H. Clay Picket!, No. 43 Market Place. GOODS DELIVERED FREE. PHONE NO. 7i5. SPRING OPEN INQ ?OF ? DRESS GOODS! 1 ross Goods, uo.v 10c, formorly Vile. Dress Goods, now HJo, formerly 15.-, Dreg-. Goods, now l&c, formerly 20c, DretB Goods, ujw 20c, formerly 2bo. All the Latest Shades. Ali Wool Serge?, 85e and COc, formerly 50c and I jc. forty-eight pier-en Dr.se Duck In Polka Dot and Mripe? at tic. I'nl lea. he 1 Cotton, He a yard. Sh.r.iug Colico, 3c a yard. A| rou Gingham, 3jc a yard. Dress Ouuhiuis, 4c a yur.l. Bargains in Corsets and Ladies' Underwear. M. WEINBERG'S, 252 Church Street. FAIR WEATUEII REPOKT. I'orccait for (<i-tinr. WAaillNUTON, I). C.Mar.di 17, 1893. Fo* Virginia: Fair weather Sunday and Holiday; sligntly wanner by Sunday evening ami ?armer .Monday; uurlb wind?, ahlitlag Jo w .-si. For North Carolin?: North Wieda; colder iu iontheaat portion; Irosts iu the ?wrlor. BIlXIATOBR ALMAXAC?Sun rints, 8:12; auo ie's 6:14. High water, 1:33 und 2 I'J a. ui. luw water b:30aud 1:33 a. ui. The Virginian's Daily Hints -FOR HOUSE-KEEPERS ! Bill ofFare -FOR TO - MORROW, Monday, 1 bth of March. ICOFTRIOIIT.I BREAKFAST. Cracked Wheat. Small ?auia|tv^- Lyonoutae Potutois. t'oiu ?etaa. llikrd Apples. Wb te Ulead. CoflVe. OlrsllMER. Roasl llacf In Gravy. Sweet Kotniues. Cuun*d Corn. Tomate Pickles. Gr?fte Jelly. White Bread. Cranberry Mart wnb Crania. SUPP?ER. Raked Potatoes. Milk Craw. vYIdte aod (Jraham Utc.ul. Prune*. Milk. Tea Tuesday, March 19. BREAKFAST, Wheat Ucroi. Mash. Bruilwl Serod, Hulled Corn, Baking I'jir der HUcuH, ltu*pberry Jam. CuRte DI rsi inj ER, Beau Soup, Billed Beef, Tomato C?taup, Baked Potatoo?, Cranberry nance, While Bread, t'liece. Spauuih l ream. supper, HreiH and Untier, Stewei "r?cht?, j.-iiy Pak? T-h._ Spratley Bros.' ONE PRICE HOUSE. Jtiht opened, tho nio-d oxquieite lino we ha . e aliovu thin t.':itou in tho very nowest weave* in both black aud colors. Jets, Jets, Jets? Look at onr new line of JF/I TRIM MINGB, i n 1 the latest rtylui for tho Spnutf. CAFES, CAPES, CAPES, We nra showing a leant fill linj of CAPES, lilt the very liUeat eutu of - t ? omisou. Our Motto--Low Prices. Pa; 83 Main Street. Cutler Academy of Muiio. SliAXIjNd I-tT C ^ 2-v , ARMORY HALL, EVKUY MONDAY .on WEONL?t'AY NIGHT. Every afternoon, '2 30 to 0 p in., except [ Saturday. Cycle Academy. Every warning, ID h. in. to 1 p. m . luaiob only, l to 2 -.U p. m., Indien und Ken le neu. Special e .-fry S-utur.iuy for Cycl ug, 1" a. in. tu I p Iu . lad'.(H only U to 6 p. in., Ldies and KOutteiiiL'u. No ?kutiug Saturday*. A COMPLETE LINE OF LADIES" S3 SHOES, in Black or Tan, Laced or Button Shoes, made on tlio new Trilby Shape, equal to any $5 Shoes sold elsewhere. Tan and P.itent Leather, made on the new Trilby shape at thnt surpasses the S5 Shoes sold by others. GOOD SHOES AT LOW PRICES! SPRING HATS. LATEST .-. STYLES. CAI.I. ANI> YOU MANS' ?EU I lli: o. AI SENT. Walter J. Simmons & Co.. 177 MAIN BTKEET. _ POLAND WATER. CMBSAUD HOI OKLY Kill IIS GREA1 HEOlCJtt PROPERTIES. BUI rOR IIS PURITY. A Delicious Table Water. Rewrite1 and Bntered tq Leading Piijsicinns. Parrels, 40 gallon), - - - 58 01 ?. ?? 20 . 6 00 6 gallons water, ... - i 75 1 j. allun a ator. ... . 41) Casu 'it b ilf Ballon bo'.tl. i natural) ? 7 00 JOHN VERMILLION, Ag't., Granby Street, near Main Street, NORFOLK. VA. SPECIAL FOR THIS WEIEIK ! ' au. r K'g'n ' 'reamer; Better at lf5e | er peuud. I Esrly j line 10c |n r run. Caslea Kresa Country Itutter, at 30o per pound. I ?iia larsj? He i I'ougues.eeach. l our pauses Kreuch fitines for S5e. Kaucj Sinltl'nolU Hau.?, at l'.V per pound. I our >? lit Sugar I urn for Jie. . SprlngBeli Harn?, a 1 Ui |?*r |aaind, Tw* cam Apilcu s lor 2?c. I w . - la Hull!*, lit 11? per pull Uli, TwkJ'uhs Salmon for ??c ?Phone 209. CHAS. A. MORRIS, cor. Church & Holt St. SOLD FOR CASK OR EASY PAYMENTS ! Wo dou't have to talk a "luntt" out oxp am ug tl.e nier.ts of our wheels. They s:-l thciuaah es. You all kuow we sell 75 per cont. of till wheels sold in tins se.tion. Why't ': I Tliev have bein with vo.t for yenra. You know they aro all right. Join the great ninlutuilu. Fall lu line. Come to see us. rnON'E, 189. 87 MAIN ST WShi houri of our Hiding Academy in another column. Largost in the country, Cost you nothing to learn if you are a purchator. The Oldest! The Most Reliable I 1?0 Clavafolra Stroet, ?^MfiNPV I flANPn Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Clothing and Met? mf-l' 1 v/1 ^L. I LUAllLU rhamlise or every <lru.cripttun. All collateral ilo posito I with us nro Kept in the Kniest Kite unit UurglHr I'roof r-afa?. which are uudor tba proteotion of the Jeweler's ^orurity Alliatico. Hpeoial Itiitos on snun of ?luO anil over. All traotaotioao kept tilrictly Contldential. .Mai! coiuiuuulcatious will roccive pr?m?% attention?