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WHY, in the Spring-time, do so many have that drowsy, lifeless feeling ? WHY is there so much backache, neuralgia and rheumatism ? WHY do scrofulous taints eruptions and erysipelas show themselves ? WHY not admit the ti uth, which is. that kidney poison , is in the blood ? WHY, then, not put the blood in pine condition by curing the kidneys ? WHY not to-day resort to that great remedy. Warner's Safe Cure, which is the only known specific for these troubles ? WHY not. in a word, use the best remedy obtainable lor banishing disease and re? storing health and happi? ness ? Spratley Bros.' ONE PRICE HOUSE. eooooooooooooooooooooooooo o ?- "8 OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOC ? QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOC o o o o fill 080000 o :o8 OOOO ODC?OOOO OOOOOOOO O We hsvo jnut ODftllO 1 i\ new lot of tbfrb it^uili in new n l olioioo pat? tern* at our Low I'ri e-. 1 lie'? styles are far more (login bl ' tlian tli? lest lot in had. All nuiv aud exquisite designs. Wish Sil'?, Wish Silks, Wish Silks, ?2"ir. liSc. 33 r. Our Motto-Low Prices. SPRATLEY BROS,, Under Ibe Academy ut Mua o Ho! For Easter. ILatest Spring Hat CAivt, <>:v iTjs. Walter J. Simmons & Co. 177 MAIN STREET. LOWKST PRICES. If you own a Rood house pro vi 1? it with Our Wire Window and Horn- Screen end you will save more than their co t iu a single year by knepiue li oa from disfigur* ing the interior of hcum, its dccuratious and fixtures, mid by liul hug nina . . t ?? end other inso.-t pe^ts a; a tilatanee, aud I preventing moths from ru uin ; rnrpota, clot .ing. drapery, upbolstery and hi lin (lend measurements for prices to the Norfolk Agsnoy. COOKE, CLARK & CO LflDIES' ATTENTION il Shirt Waists, iu endless va? riety, at 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c. Our 39c Corset, worth 50c. " 49c ** ?' 60c. " 74c " " $1.00. in White, Black and Colored. Our Leader, at 59c. M. WEZIfSJQEIRG, 862 CHURCH STREET. - The Daughters of Old Mr. Case Will Prosecute Mrs. Beaton. THE CASE CLOSELY FOLLOWED. Mrs. Beaton's Remarkable Nerve Through the Whole Case. Her Temerity in Suing; the Globs for Libel in the Face of Existing Facts. I'lir ViRolNlAN yesterday gave tho result of tho tiiutuf tbo suit brought by Mrs. Elizabeth llouton against tho Toronto Ulobe, iu whiob ?ho obarged lbe Globe anil soveral other Canadian papers with libel in having punted a story ?ritten by u VllUtlNlAN reportur in August, I8IKI, concerning ber cou uootiou with idd .Mr. Cicero H. Oaso and his mysterious disappearance from the btenuisbtp UuyauUotta ou .Inno 30tb preceding. Mrs. Ueatou's ebiel counsel in tbo suit was Mr Ueorgo 8. Lynch Statin tou, ol ilauititoi), (int., wbn, on Tues? day, in opening the case i<>r Mrs. Boa ton, explained tbo law passed at the last session of the Legislature by wbioU the newspapers in this action were per? mitted tu consolidate their individual cases and buve them tried simultano ottsly, having damages, it the plaiutlft succeeded, assessed in a lump bitiu. Mrs, Beaton, he said, iu the libel com? plaint tl ot. was charged wit It having murdered her own child and with bav iug used that child for tho purpose oi blaokmaiilug an old man, wboni she was also charged with baviug mur? dered. "Upon the issue," said Mr. Stuuu tou, ??depends whether that womuu shall leave tin?, court room free or in charge ol tho Sheriff. She is either most Irigbtfully maligned, most mou Btrously treated,or she is u woman who bus the brand ot (Jain upon her fore bead, aud these defeudaulB buve eoiuu here to-day ready, tbey say, to prove i tit it issuo, Unto is guilty ?be wore mad to bring this action, lit pursu? ance of my duly us her solicitor I have pointed out to her Iba result. I do nut know what evidence they may bring. If she is guilty she knows what evi? dence they can bring. If she is inno? cent she Stauda here proclaiming her innoceueu mid challenging the groat press of Ontario, with all tboir power, with all thru force, with the best legal ability that Canada can produce, to prove that she is not euittled to go lorth in tins country without being pointed ut as n murderess und guilty of infanticide." Iu tho face of ber counsel's powerful address to the jury thu verdict was that she waa nuiltv as obarged. She had, in fact, uiiide a full COUfeBsiou that tdie was Ilm woman who was with Mr. Case ut tho time oi bis disappearance, Mrs. O. 1>. Wallace, of No. 7:1 Hunk street, the daughter of the lulu Mr, fuse, culled at Tin: VlltatSlSN olliee yesterday as soon as i.ho bad read the uuuotiucenicut of tho verdict in tins paper. She will now make every en? deavor to prosecute Mrs, Beaton. Mrs. Wallace for nearly two years bus beeil followiug the cuse closely and has done everything iu her power to have the lad? brought out, Mr. T, J, Airinglon, who was Iben on Tim: Viuoiniax, and who followed Mrs. Boatou to ber homo iu Canada, was notilled about ten days ago to hold himself in readiuess to start for Oauada if .Mrs. Beatou went through the ex? amination, ami hu was to have taken u number ol witnesses from tins city, utnong Mrs. Wallace aud the young expressman I Ivans, who showed Mr. Case and .Mrs. Beaton the way front the postollioe to the Uladstoue"Hotel, Mrs. Beatou has tlmnu remarkable nerve throughout the entire case. She ] successfully eluded tho New York de? tective when she left thnt city, and ber identity remained it secret until Tin: Vim i.M.w reporter found her at her home. Even then, uftur being posi? tively identified by a gontlemau who taw her on tho (.iuyaudotto, she de? clared thut she had never Loeu to Vir? ginia and never heard of the Uuyau dotte, Yet iu making these detnal? tu the presence of her husband und family the was perfectly calm. When Uaby was si. V, we gave her C.utorla. Wien she was a Child, .she cried for Costurla, Wien she became Miss, she clung to Castoi i.u \Vheu she haj Children, she. k-u\ e them Castorfs, ? hnntreil Munde. The jewelry and watch repairing es tsblishment fortuerly kept by Mr, H, 1'. Maxim, at No. 171 Mum street, has changed bauds, Mr. tie.irge D. Obese succeeding him. Mr. Chase will make a specialty of repairing and will keep ou baud a foil supply of jewelry, watches, olooks, musical instruments, strings, etc. lie will also give special attention to works for the trade. "Mist before your eves'.-" Seo Frank II. dale's "adv." Try Murray's dinners and breakfasts Gdc. each. 1 hey Hre the best in tbo State; 54 Boanoke avenue. Change in Schedule. On and alter Monday. April 8, 1895, thu Btearner Northampton will leave Cid Point for Norfolk at .*. p, n,., in* bteud of I p. m. us heretofore. ap5-3t Nickel Lever Watch, 84. Repairing a specialty, htotra St Wolf, jewelers, successors to S. R. Smith, ll Bauk street. Hay. Several cars en route; must be sold; als.? some on track here. H. E, Uwece, 27? Water street. Children Cry for ? filer.1.1*1. Hist of unclaimed letters remaining uncalled for in the poatollice at Nor? folk, Vs., for the week ending April .Mh. 1805. I'orsuUH calling for these lottera uro requested to any they ure advertised: Mrs W T Amos, Wolf Albeit. Mrs Audio Aokiss, -Mrs i.ulo Alston, Mra Dm in a Aiuy, .1 W Aabmead, Jobu Aus? tin, Mrs tieo A Armstrong, Juuies II Cougleton, 11 \V Barnard, Miss Aliu ska P Belote, Rev V K BisohotT, Mr .1 .Morris Baoiater, Lottio Uri<ik?I. ' A Dennett, W a Hunting, Uev Oscar Bunting, M i.hh oledtan Copolaud.Noirer sun (lurk, Mrs Em eg Con wicks; Mrs. Jennie Oorbett, Myron \V Curtis,Jno F. Davis, Punnet Daniel, Miss 13utba Deans, A J Dcmpeey, Juo Deaaoins, Qeo Dear. Melvin Duua, D i. 1.1 dridge, J Ferguson, Mihs Sarah V Paulk, Win 13 Talks. 0 Gay, Uev J F llarrett, Mrs W 11 (lordlier, .Mrs Aliae (iarrett, Mi^s Mnitus Cioins, (!eo W Uoudo, Miss May Cray, W puaey, Wui II llurrod, Miss Lula Hula, John It Hardy, Mrs Murthu lleudursou, <ieo. B Hi's. Wniter liouell, J D llolley, Miss Lewviuia Howard, Prank Hun? ter, P. J J limes, .Miss Annie Johnson, Mrs W B John:.on, Mrs J W Jones, Mis Booker .louts, W J Joy nor, Miss Diga Keiuton, Lipman Hachiriau, Mis I.nne. I. D Lesuor, F L Leidy, Unpt Joseph Lornis,Miss Auuiu Louis, John nloDerniott, Beuj MoTbaddau, Douipsey Martin, W '1' Martin, Duvnl ii Martiu, Mrs Sarah Mitchell, Harry D Moll'ett (2), MisB Fruoees Moolauu, Charlotte Moore, Mrs Mary Moms, Miss Lucy Aim Moore. Wai Mymco, l hoH Ii Nash, John Neal, Mrs I3dith M Novell, O t; Nieley, Mies Louvanin Novsuu, Victoria Patterson, Jas H M Potter, Frostou Perry, Magar Perrv. J P. Powell, Mrs Win" Ritchie, Caddie lloid,,I 13 Riddick, MraSallie Bobbins, I Prod Roper, Win Rolling, Aimer Snys, R Fj Ranitic, (bo W Stewart, Ralph Stulor, Miss Khun Scott, Mellens Still ling, W II Stakes, 11 (I Steinberg, 13 'Patterson (2),Mrs Faume Tbouiits, Misa Luu i'bompson, Mrs Mabnlio Thomas, S I roil, Mrs Nellie Warwick, Lee Wats, Sallie Walton, Miss Floreuoo Wails, 11 L Wnlker.Charlev Whin liursh.i olonel Weaver, 13 A Wilkins, N N Wood, B L Williams. W. W, Di o n , 1? M. Tito eniiauii s;uii < loiiuou Company Attention is culled to the advertise? ment of the i auuon Hull Clothing Company, which is looated at No. Main street, where the concern is en? gaged iu the sale of ready inudu cloth? ing on u large Bcale. ihn company curries it largo und Well assorted stock ol all tho bliest styles, und is aolliug at way down low prices. In iaol oue can buy a suit or purl of a suit of clothes from tho Canuou Hall ul almost his own price, und especially is it the case in youths* and children's clothing. Turtles in ueed will do well to call and examine the gooda which this company is otlcriug. i>oti>o ??? Muriner*. Tho billowing buoys in North Caro? lina are reported out ol place. Buoy oil Wiikiusou's Poiut, Neusc river, gone. Deucou off Johnson's Point, Neusc river, nearly gone. Buoy oil Hie Hulkhend, Croatan Sound, gone. Buoys oil Wade's Point. Indian Is? land, ami Maul's Point, I'umlico Sound, tilt gone. Buoya in Puogo river ore nearly all ' out ot position. line \t lio sin nit, in ilu- Top. Mr. I.eland T. Powers, as a dro matio impersonator, has no equal, lie is tho origiuator of tins class uf enter? tainments, mid has eiiu |y held his own against ull wtio have endeavored to ex eel lrui. Mr, Powers will uupeisouuto Hie characters in Robertson's charming comedy, David Qarrick, next Tuesday night at the Young Men's Christian Association, lie will present these characters to tho audieuce without cbaugiug his costume or leaving the stage. Meutern l ?* e it r? in ii i* i?. I Mr. A. Jell eis was showing around yesterday u party of Western excur? sionists, who are prospeoting for farm lauds. One of them, Prof. Carters, of i Illinois, lias purchased 330 acres of J laud in Norfolk county, for which he I puul 87,000. I Other excursionists, who slopped off I between Richmond and Norfolk, will arrive to-day, W ill sue ih,. tkftociltlloil. Tho Pilot of yesterday stated that the Rev, Sam Small would bring suit against the Southern Associated Press and its Norfolk agent tor certain re ports sent out from ti. a city iu regard to the Onaucock affair. See baWt the President ol lite Select ( on net I II :i? in >a v . P. Ii. ('.ale. Riq., Jcwcllor: Dear Mr 1 take pleasure in saving that the glares made lor me, for both far-seeing and readiug, by Dr. Week, now under engagement with you, gtvo perfect satisfaction, correcting entirely thoso imperfections of vision arising from a complicated form oi astigmatism from which I have been sufl'eriug for a number ot years. I have worn glasses made by celebrated optioians oi other cities, but lind that these give better results than any heretofore worn, and I commend Dr, Week with -.'rent conti deuce to all who experience auy trouble with their eyes, lours truly, J.ts. L. Winston, Norfolk, Ya., March 30tb, 1895, I In- revolution < >f roedioioal agents is gradually relegating the old-time herbs, pills draughts uud vegetable extracts to tho rear ami bringing into general Use the pleusnut und elTeetive liquid laxative, Syrup of Figs, To get tho trne rente dj S (i that it is manufactured by the California Fig Strop Co. only. For sale by all lending druggists. _ Nobby effects in f aster neckwear at Nichols A Wallace, Hi*.I Main street. pitcher's Castoria. Will Reach Norfolk, To-day. He Will Preach Sunday. A CHARMING LITTLE WOMAN. An Ideal Preacher's Wife, Who Will Capture the Park View People In a Very Few Weeks. An Earnest Christian Worker and De? vout Methodist. Mr. Carter's friend.- complain that the tolegtam* sout lrom I .\nehburg in regard to the marriage of the Turk View pastor did him great injustice, A reporter of The Vmoinian hud an iu terviow last night with l)r, ?J. P. Ciar luiul, thu presiding oldrr of tue Nor? folk District, who has lived iu Lyuoh hurg fur soiiio years past, und Dr. (iurland said: "Dr. Carter and bride uro expected to arrive iu I'orisniouth from Wash? ington [Saturday morning, and he will till Ina pulpit ut Purk View Cburoh ou Sunday, ilia marriage baa excited general interest iu Methodist circles. He is 'id yeaia of nge and his bride 23. She is u ludy oi high social position, id superior education und of unusual literary attain meats. On leaving Lynouburg to bo married in Washing? ton City there was neither necessity nor intention to elope, nor was there any concealment of tlieir movements. They ueoeptud uu luvitatmu to be mar? ried ut the residence of Dr. Carr, tbo hou iu law of Dr. Carter. Owing to certain restrictions of the Methodist Church agaiust performing the inar riHgo ceremony of persous divorced, Ur, Carter preferred not to bo married by u minister of his own church, ami Bey, Ur. Butler, of Memorial Ltttuernu Church, he having been informed by Dr. Carter of the facts iu the case, thuro beteg no such restriction iu tbul cburoh. "Mrs. Carter is a member of Court Street Methodist Church in Lyuob burg aud is a devoted, couaeoiated Cbriatluti woman, engaging actively iu church work, especially the womau'e societies sind tho l?pwortb League. She has a large circle ol friends who hold her in highest esteem and admiration, and she will lie a helpmate indeed tu l>r. Carter in his church work. I'ark View Church ih to tie congratulated on such a valuable aoqnisitiou." Mrs, Carter is a bright, pretty tittlo woman, with muuy accomplishments, calculated to tuako her an ideal preach? er's wife. She OWU8 tu her own right about ?<?0.000, aud from ber private fund many a destitute family bus beeu assisted. l'hose who kuow her liest believe that iu a few weeks the warm hearted little woman will completely capture the I'ark View people. ??Iii,. II nil," it N ?? V? ? Ur. till tin 11 nils. . The most attractive place ou Main sheet last evening was ??J.ho Hub," a new clothing establishment, which will formally open its doors this morning for business, From an early hour in the evoniug until late ut night hundreds of people stopped in trout of the new place They wuo unable to get iu btde, for the reason that the manager was nut ready to see visitors, the beautiful wiudow displays, however, continued to attract passers by and at times the average pedestrian fmiud difficulty in keeping on the sidewalk. "The Hub" is located ut No-, 207 um! 'ju'.t Mam street ucar Church, mid is one of the inns! attractive stores: to l>e found any where. It is elcguntly fitted no, beautifully lighted, aud the stock ot goods ready for .sale this morning is something immense. ? The Bub" is a branch establishment of the well known hotisu of Messrs. II. Wurtzburgor >ons, of Baltimore, Md., und tho resideut manager is Mr, A. W. lioldsinith, ?? gentleman who lias served a life-tune in tho clothing business. 1 i.e concern will conduct the ready made clothing and tailoring business in nil their brancbi -. ami tho manager pledges himself to return the money lor every garment bought of him that does not prove satisfactory to the purchaser. lhev buve bargains to oiler and make it -i ecialty iu boys' und children's clothing, while in men's clo thing and getit lemeu's furnishing goo.la tbey are up to date. I.vory ready made suit iu the store was made at their Baltimore factory und is first ela?s as to style and liuisb. The opening days will bo to day and Monday and tbey desire it stated tbal every visitor ou these days will receive uu opeuiug sunven i. Monday uveoiug additional attraction will ho given the place, the Naval Cost Baud, Prof. Price, having been engaged lor a grand concert to ooaitni in u ut 8 o'clock and continue until II o'clock. The decora? tions, which consist of u lurge number of beautiful palms and terns tastefully arranged, were ti. work of Mr. W. .1. Harris, of the Seaboard floral Har? dens. Tho "Hub," lias secured the services of a corps of polite ami capa bio gentlemen, in. I upon the whole is a concern winch is bouutl to succeed. >im I illernt. Mr. Warringtoi . of the lirm of Neely, Seldtier a \S arriugtou, informed ' TUP. VlllOlsiAN last night that suit had j been entered for Mr. Qtunby, of <>niiu cocke, against the Pilot Publishing] Company, llev, Samuel W. Small ami Lev. Mr. Linclsey, lor defamation ol churacter, 11c Will ask 310,000 dam ug es. t no.nil hi ?lr. I'u/n r, The funeral <d Mr. Andrew .7. Dozier took place from i is resideuco at Bay Shore, Princess Anno county, yestei day, and were conducted by Bev. Mr. Greeu, of the Methodist Church. A committee of Obarity Lodge, Knights of Pythias, of this city, ol which lie was a member, alii i. led. Look in our window und sec the line of sterling silver novelties for ouly 00c, ut Chnpinau .v Jakouiau'e, FAIR nfBillH?H KEPIIIir? Corora?! lur To?tl?T? \Vi?iiin..iun. I>. ('.. April?, 1895. i Par Virginia: "ralr, followed ??>' r-in in Wiotterii ntirltont; varnter: aoutheait wind- lociokllaj in foiof. Kor North 1 u o Ina Fair, followed hy min in tVes ern porliou*; waraier; ?nuti. i'it-t wind?, iu etstng in lore:. Mixiatubk ai.vas?? -Sun riM>s, 6:48; tun Mta 8:90. Iliijli waivr. 6:17 and 6:13 0. tn. low water autl IJ:<0 Ii. in. I.iit-nl 'letetiroliiith'hI Data. Iron 34 uorjBft i:munu 8 o'clock Laar nmiit. | U. 8. DKPABTJiIENT OF AontCOLTUBB, I \V I a i Ii Lit BuitKat'f ', Local Oflice, Uodaou fluiMiiig, NoiiFo] >.. \ A|ir:i ft. 1S95, J Maximum tomperaturo. r.i Mlulmuni lemporatitie. -IU Normal tamperature deducted rrom 20 years observation. fit! 1 ic [i n iure fr uit normal . " J Accumulated depart uro for the month pin- H Aeoumu'ntod depatturu aince Jan. 1 ?3.35 1 Praeipiutilou. uiiuchea.... . .U , Total precipitation'silica ist of tun month.. . 1.10 ! .1. .1. (iiiav. O'jsorvor. ^ The Virginian's Daily Hints HOUSEKEEPERS ! Bill of Fare TO - MORROW, Sunday, 7th ut Ajiril. |i OFVaiOIIT.I lie mateilal [arl ??: ui ought io keep growing lliluuurio let the xoul oat when lla t ine eoiuei, audit..ullukeep crjwIOij blrgt-r and alrougei eyi v day until it bursts the body at length, a* a growing nut doea its ?hell. UBOROB M tl LlONAI.u. BREAKFAST. Oatmeal. Hecfilcik. in.aa.d I otaloe*. Graham bi<:il. Mi.. I Uiuiigeti. Collen Cate. lofl.e. DirslfMEF*. rnited I in ? Chorm Mashed Potatoes. I'nlekiu Milad iIi?m% Toioati a . logt i tin a l. i i..late rake. lunch. Urrad and flutter. Fruit. Jloney. Milk. Tel. fgMr.nhattnu negligee ami white shirts. Perfect world beaters. Nichola & Wallace, 169 .Mum street. HE NOLDS?Lhpirtol tliie li.. at tin. bo in? of her son, \\ . I). Iteynolda. Aptil 5th, at s U p. iii., -Mr MAltlA ?1. ItKYNOLiDS. n Hot pi lieiijauiiu 11 Iteynolda. in her HOth year. 1 lor tuner.il Will take plfOO at -1 p. in. sv miav. April ithi Iroiu the Becoud 1 ret byti rian Uhtuch._ ISIS CVUPER klRBLE WORKS, in, 113 and 115 Bank St., NORFOLK, - - . Vitt?; IN I A. Largo Btoi k of I'iniahed m0numeh1s AhD HEADSTONES. Oj-lteady for IJIMI I 'I A IT. D?Ll\ l.P.Y JOHN VERMILLION, ? 1 Lai.En in - uHt?, blHnl dies, madeiras, sherries, ANU OMR VINES; ALSO, FRENCH BRUMES, C?R?iAlS. SC Ali I NT F?lt - POLAND MINERAL WATER, Au.l 111 atbek other M 11er.1l Waters, by th-' I ai rel or < .a.Ion. 4 Granby Street, - Norfolk, Va T1IONK is:t. fliO ALI WHOM IT MAY COSOKKN.?I .1 h rehv give untie; thai I am nut 11 partner, or any way counouto.l, or invo ui-eu miii- t eist day of Auguat, 1B1I4, with tliu linn or liar. Ian ?V Uro., or Harn.an .V Co.. now do ui: hiiaiiiOfi 111 tlio town of A11 - luiidor. hi Her tic couuly, N. 1 '., under the n lino Ol liar man A Co. It M. IIAHMAN. At'uxoKli, X. 0., April 4th ls'.'o. upC-H i A Word to the Wise J Is Sufficient. $ To-day it the last of the ^ ( Great Smithfield Sale, t PKICB, 17 CENTS. I'o .pie Can the inner man not ro eel/e (Ohio nttcnt ou. oveu t o g'i thu special 1 ri e he ..u iuduoenient. ^ L. M?NS, I0e. pet- dozen. t) 01! ANGUS, wo- pei .:o.'t-n. 6 - f d H, CLAY PICKET! i FMCY ?fS?lE \ No. A3 MarkotPlncc. ^ ^ 0 nJa delivered freo. 'l'hoiiu "f>5. ^ S) -?fc. -"a. Tt, ?<&. -^jv i&n Jost Received. a complete Ii./ t'ai. Lea'lier and ltimett 8hoe? ami S i.ip.i?? i..r iit.l.s und gentlenieir. LowVtt prlcta in ue.n 1.00k in niy window, 306 CHURCH STREET, NEARLY OPPOSITE WOOD oTREET. # * It Floats * * FORTY frlLLlON QAKES YEARLY. THE PROCTER :. QAMRLC CO.. CIN'TI. ? L nan ansa onca ana ubbb oeaa cncr ? ???? b3bb ism ,S,,5??S""SaPBSl Ebbb ???? hibb ?na? bb-bb aaaa BBir 3 ? ?3 3? I1 UNHEARD OF BARGAINS. CLOTHING CO. \VONDL:R.:UL VALUES. We uro doing nur best ovary day to Koi |> tlii-i store or your making .-o good that it will be lautspensible ti you. We have originated the low |?ri u svstem 0:1 good clothing, bo nn matter in what station is your life you eon appear well .ires- i in whatever jour catling maybe, at prol able one-hulf tbo ooat you formerly poi I. Our 1 i:u ih porfeotion; our mo'.to is truth. The standard or nur cloth UK in rcli.ibiiity.audtlieatHiulurdofo.il prices is consistency. I he. worth ol >our money a bound to be roprescuted iu your purchase. \ ploaced customer is the b ut edierthvng medium; we oau plenas you; will you try us? Ourapriug sto.-k is uow ready, and we invite your iuapectiou t 1 the following ipooimena: Men's Hood Suit-, strong aud oiiralde . if2 *J.) .Mensiio.nl Working Suits, bet tor quality.93 95 Men h liuaiuosa Suits, rerj uattvti DO Men's liii'iuoss Soits, strict y all wool .i~ 50 Men's Dreis Stilts, uu-to-.in.te. perfect lilting.$10 t>0 Men i l ine lUiigonal, imported. nick ur cutaway.(\'< 0> buys' Suits, good enough tor o cry dnv ?ear.?1 1 0 [toys' .-u:t< rot aftoruoon dross.91 ou Hoys' Suits, worsted, cheviots, castiiuorM. .52 'J3 Po.s' Very 1 iuo Suml.iy .-uits, just the lliing .93 60 Men s T. ottaers in on llcss varie ty .;'.Po up L'oys Knot Pant-, four different style-.iSa up SPEC1 AL--0iie lot Boys'extralsize Knee Pauls, 12 to 16 years. 17c M. IS. - Wo solicit your mail orders which w 11 bnv? our prompt attention. I, norfolk. ?"??a aoaa osza naaa run man BALL CLOTHING GO,, t>9 Main Street, VIRGINIA 1 1 ORIGINATORS OF LOW PRICES J 5 '? ? w w iijcb bbbo cbsb s3b.b bbs ? sbb bb ? bi! be "i _n bbib noon bios! bbu anas aues aaxa at SUITS.-. OUR LINE OF SPRING CLOTHING Is now co nplete, comprising all tho latost stvlc-i. inelu tin ? many itovoltios. I KICKS on a dead level with the tliuen.wh eli m uu- an ACI'l.'.vl. SAVING IN .MnM.\ TO UUY.EUS. liou t thmk of Purchaa ng until you have aeou our b< a in? line. SSTT.i MoTHl-'.US? Iiave \ u sefu our I ne o: Nobby Junior Suits, m/os from ? to ".- It not you shual.l do so at ou e. 1".7 MAIN STREET, SOU III sil'E. DIMITIES, DIMITIES, DIMITIES NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY THEM AT L. WESTHEIMER'S DRY GOODS STORE, loc and lac per yard. |usi received a beautiful line of Wash Silks in alt Shades, the very thing for trimming purposes, only .jcc per yard. Tftey can be bought no when- else for less than 50c. Misses' Seamless I lose, Sizes from 5 to 9, 12AC per pair, usually sold at 20c, guaranteed t.isi black. Turkish Bath Towels. inches wide by 4'1 inches long. This same Towel has been sold for 25c each. I havo received a l>i,u supply of them and will sell them at 10c each. All other goods sold in proportion. Give ns a call. A ? < r l.M-JMI LVLEjR IZil Cliui'oit Streett 3TR10TL.V O IM A Bicyc.es.?? SOLD FOR CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS ! We don't have to talk a''lung'' but oxpiaiuiiig tho merits of our wheels. 'J'bey a"l| themselves. Vuu all know wo bell ~l> p r cent, et all irhooh * d i iu this so itiou. Wny i't t In* Tie. havo been with vo 1 for years. Von knew they are nil right, .loin tha great multitude. Pall Iu Hue. Couie to aoo us. 1'IIONE, ISO. 87 MATH fli e>*-'H<e hnnri of our Hiding Acndi my Ih another eolutno. bargost iu the country, Cott yuu nothing to learn it you are a purchaser.