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Meeting Held Yesterday at the j Second Church. A CONNECTION SEVERED. The Relations of VV. C. Lindsay With Holmes Chuach Dissolved. Home Mission Committee. Ministers to Visit Vacant Churches. Place of Meeting. A nieetiap of the Presbytery of Nor? folk wat held yesterday ut tbu Seooud Presbyterian Church aud was called to order by the .Moderator, Kev. H. C. Moore, of Suffolk, There were presont the following members: Ministers?J. L. Allison, W. S. Lacy, W. C. Lindsay, E. B. Me Cluer. II. t'. Moore, B, A. Kobiuson, W. A. Slaymaker. Killing Elders, Norfolk ? First Church. \V. B. Bur? roughs; Purk Avenue, O. A. Field, hau einen holmes onuitCH. The Stnted Olerk reported tunt in eocorduuuee with the aetiou required by tho Presbytery ho hnd cited lioltueo Cburch to show cause, if there bu any, why tho request o( Kov. W. O. Lindsay that the pustend relation existing be? tween him aud the churches uudcr bis care be not dissolved, uud he laid be fore tbe Presbytery the rcspuimo of Holmes Church, giving tho assent of that coDRrcsation duly attested, Tho action ol Gape Charles Church uniting with the pastor m requesting the diato lutiuu of tho pastoral relation was also laid befcre the Presbytery. UKQUKST or.antki). The Presbytery theu, upon motion, after remarks by various brethren, granted the request, and dissolved the relatiou. Rev. B. Moore, the Mod? erator, was appointed to visit the Churches of Holmes uud < ape t. nar.es and declare tbo pulpits vacnut. Rev. Mr. Lindsay was thou, nt his own request, granted a letter of dismis? sion, to unite with tho Presbytery of Montgomery, iu order that be may ac oept a call to tho church nt Bluenold, W. Vs. HOME MISSION COM MM' PR B. Rev. H. T. Darunll was ebosou a member of the Committee on Hoiim MisHintis to bil the vacancy occasioned by tho removal of Mr. Lindsay. A resolution commending tho work of tho Synodical Bvengelistiu Commit too and calling uttentiou of pastors to its needs was adopted. vacant cnUKCHBS. Tho Committee ol dome Missions warf authorized to make appointments of ministers to visit vacaut chinches und mission Uelde ut an early date, so that tbey can discbarge tho duties as signed and report at the tall meeting. The Presbytery then adjourned.with "prayer, to meet at Milden Cbureb, at Sharp's Wuurf, on October Mb, nt 7:30 p. m, BAPTIS1 SUNDAY SCHOOLS. Meeting Held Sunday Afternoon at Freemason Street Church. The regular monthly uicoiin^ of tho Baptist .Sunday School Association wos hold with the Freemason Street Church Sunday afternoon at 3:80 o'clock, with Mr. E. II. Odoud'bal, of Purk Avenue Church, in tho chair. After the usual devotiouul exercises tho following ollioorri were elected lor the ensuing year: L 15 Allen, presi? dent, Berkley Avenue; H S .larvis, tirst vice-president, Spargeon Memorial; Arthur Brown, secretary, Third Bap? tist; D A Williams, trer s tirer, (JourI Street, Portsmouth. Tue reporie lor tlie mouth showed large attendance, much uctivity and good collections. The next meeting will be hold with tho Berkley Avenue Church tho fourth Sunday iu May, WHEN TO PAY FOR LICENSE. The City Attorney's Opinion on the Subject. City Attorney Bbelton has delivered as his opiuion thut per.-oi.j who make application for the sale ol licet.su to eell liquor or onga?e in other bus uess, bave till the 31sLday ol May iu which to pay the monty without being lrn'ole to any penalties. '1 he law i tue sub ject is t.s follows: "Any person, firm or corporation liable to a license tax under section 11 of tho ordinance fulling to pay thu same ou or before the 31st day ot May, ?ball be subject to a penalty five irr centum of such tux, additional thereto, aud should tho full amount of said tax and peualty remain unpaid ou tLm 15th day of June, then a further peualty of S'2? shall be imposed, rccavornhle'be? fore any Justice of tue Peace, ono half of which latter penalty of $20 shall (;o to tbe informer.*' TWO hit Rill in t || I'll wit. Chief liyan, of the Fire Lepartmcut. yesterday morning stationed tho eu gine 'J'liouius B. Rowland in tbe up? town engine bouto ou Queen street. This gives the upti wu sections two en? gines, winch will obviate the necessity of sending un engine from the central station to iires in the fourth ward, For the present, till the arrival ol Ihe new apparatus iu Juno, < no 1/ose carriage will bo sent lroi? the down town house , to all tires up to? u. lint. Several cam en route; must be soi l; - also nouie on track hero. 11. E. Owens, 275 Watet street. liemembe: us wuen ? nyiug your spring suit, pur exceilenoe in lit und Workmanship. Nichols a:Wallace, BJU Main streut. Hee our Jii.o of Manhattan nog! ? o shirts, they are second to none. Nichols .\ Wallace, lf$!) Mum sircot. ?utterwilk and Ico Cream at Mao's, Special MUf"III l,i vv'?. 'I be attention of tue ladies is specially called to tin.' Inrxo advertisement of Messrs. Levy Bros., whose plane of busines is at No. 171 Main street, where they are sueeossfuly engaged lu the notiou sad drygoods trade in ull its brunches, The firm is offering great bargains in R. .t- U. corsets; also DO dozen outing llsuncl skirts for mountaiu nnd seashore wear. Those goods are lull size nnd are offered at l9o. In addition, the linn advertises a largo list of goods at special prices during tho week, viz: i'ress goods, embroideries ami laces, shirt waists, toweN, table damask, uotious and wares, stamped lineu goods, cotton, oambrios aud sheetings, handkerchiefs, unlaundried shirts, nud in fact many other things to numerous to mention. The lirm carries a large stock of every? thing in their line, nnd those who ut tend these special euloo are sure to get bni gniu*-'. I'o I lea ? 4,11 r I. ?Tustioe Burroughs disposed of n very largo docket yesterday und collected lines uinountiUR to 390. Henry I, Kobinson, colored, stealing a pair ol shoes from Nicholas Albauo; four mouths in jail. ISInora Miller, colored, breach of tho peane; fined 85.2D. Charles Meal, colored, robbery of $1 from tho person of Wiu .1 Plummer; co n 11 n lied one day . Cliflou Cherry, colored, violation of tho Sahhntb; COUtiuued ouo day. Isabella Stell, colored, nssuult ou Jeunio Howoll; fined $1.75, yyes! Ai Auction TeHlar. K. R. Morris, manager, will sell nt his unction store at 111 o'clock this morning n large stock of furniture, vi/.: Hodronm suits, hue walnut wurd robos, sideboards, extension tables, chairs, hnir mattresses, feather pillows, bolsters, wiru springs, liuo decorated lOllei sets, etc,; ulso DO rolls lino mat tiug. 10 rolls carpet, 100 lino rugs, luo I tine tublu covers, 2-1 rolls oil cloth, organ--, stoves, pictures, etc. Ladies especially invited to attoud sole. ? lie JoilililtS I'iidc. The case of Commonwealth vs. ,iobu A. Jenkins, charged with embezzlement from tho ChobupouKo and Ohio railroad, whs aguin continued in tho Corporation court yesterday mid the bond of tho acoused tised at 85,000, The case, it is said, will go to thu Court ol Appeals, on tho decision of ludgo Hannkel in refusing to discharge tho ptisonor ou the ground that he wus uot indicted in tiuio, I,l|l |>l II coil. The VmaiNiAN has received through tho Nusbaum News Agency the May number of tins popular nud excellent monthly. Its features consist ot a com? plete story by Ohristiau Keid, entitled "Tbo Lady of LaaOrucos;" "A Young Corean Hobel;" "High Pliers nud Low fliers;" "Climbing t ho Social;Ladder;" "I ho Spirit ol Hhodes' House" und tho "Menu of Mankind." Price, 'J? oeuls, circus. Harris' circus is billed to show in this eity on Mny .'id and 1th. The Columbia, S. C. Stale, says: "All who have seen the t-how prouonueo it Urst-olas.i in every sense of tlie word aud Mr. Harris may always come to Columbia in the future resting assured of u hearty welcome, ilo has one of tho cleauest und best shows of the kind that ever traveled through tho South? ern country.'1 I ii i.tiiui mnii i < uii vaniton. Tho committee nppoiuted last woc-k to make urraiigemenis lor transporta? tion lo thu International Convention of the Kpworth League, to be held m Chattanooga in Jane, reported to tho Methodist preachers' meoting yesler day that they had accepted tho oiler of iLso Seaboard Air-Line, A large uttoud anco is expected, I In- rittwev Null. Tho suit of lion, .lohn E. Massey against the Pilot will be called in the I mrl of Haw und Obanoery Muy l?, nud witnesses i.avu been summoned for that date. L'he court will he engaged cu this cass about two weeks. A ? liilU Sculdcd. A yonuR child of Mr. S. 0. Shane, living at No, Gill Church street, was painfully soaldod some time ago, Mr. Shaue applied linseed oil and other .so celled remedies, but tho little one got no bettor until he tiled Qnratol. In a letter lie praises Qur?tol, which is sold by ull druggists at ?d cents a bottle. Quratol cures bums, scolds, cuts, W?nnds nnd all s!;in troubles. SlMCinl Nnta i Wee It. Wright's 196 Main street. See last Sunday's Vwoixian for cut price list. Look out for the opening. Goldman A- Hofhoimcr, 100 Main street. Agents for the Libbey cut glass. Tho finest cuttings foi iho lowest price. Chapman A .lukctuuu. Ilrulnl PreiSDDtN. A large and complete line nt bottom prices. Chapman ?V .lukcinan, Goldman a tlofbcimer will open shortly, 100 Msiu street. Have yon seen CatupboU's lutest water colors portraits? Buttermilk and lec Cream at Mac's, Will open soon, < loldmsn & Uot heimer, loo Main street. It will be an aereeablc surprise to persons subject to attacks of bilious colic to Irani tbut prompt relief may be hud by tukici; Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nud Diarrhoea Hoinedy, In many instances Ibe attack may he pre? vented by taking this remedy kn soon as the first symptoms of the dissaso nppeur J? und ??cen; bottles for su!e by all druggists, fttcher'c, ?Jastona NEWSY NORFOLK NICKNRCKS The Gist of Great and Little Mat-, tors Simply Set Down. ABOUT SUNDAY NEWSPAPERS. Justice Burroughs Dolivers an Opin? ion. United States Court. To Pay Queen Street Methodist Church Debt. The Inspiration of tbe Bible. Last Organ Hecital. Occasional nuns may bo expected to? day. Homo strawberries will be on the market Huh week. Col, O. b'eutou Day, of Smtthfiold, was in i ho city yesterday. Tbo receipts ol the Police Court yes ! tor day amounted to 890. Mr. W. H. Called.nil and Mrs. Calla- | ban returned from their wedding tour Sunday. The new regulations governing tho liquor busiuiss will go into effect Weduesdav. Air. H. VV. Mallcttnud Mrs. Mallott have returned from their bridal lour, uud uro at tho Atlautio. Tho docket of tho United Hildos Court for tbe month of May will be small uud uuimportant, I in steamer Albemurlo is mooing to Severn river in place or tho Accomnck, which is undergoing repairs. Steve Sudd, colored, was nrrestod yesterday charged with keeping a dis? orderly bouse on Plume strsot. Maria Byrd, colored, was urrostod yesterday, chnrgud with keeping a dis? reputable hullHO 011 Kuid'tj lane. f-tjKev. .). S. Hunter, who pruached at <xhioon Street M. E. Church Sunday, returned to Richmond yesterday. A collection was taken up Suuday at tho Oueoti Streut Methodist Church to puy otV the debt and nearly ?1.0 lb was raised. I., dunes, colored, was arrested yes? terday uharged with keeping a con footionary opeu at 17 Church street last Sunday. The brst stago rehearsal for Pinafore will tako place at the Academy of Music to night. All participants uro request? ed lo be present. Mr. Win. Bryan Roper, a banker of Preston, Lancaster, Eng., is visiting bis kiusuiau, Capt, Johu L. Koper, on Freemason street. The marriage of Mr. luuicr, J, Jobn stou, of Norfolk, and Miss Virgiula Louise Williamson will take plaoo iu Riabmond to-day. A number ot young men hold a meet? ing ut tho I'uiou Mission, No. (HI Church street last night aud fourmu lated plans for mission work. The Norfolk brnucli of tho Womau's Auxiliary to the Board of Missious will bold its Laster meetiug nt Christ Church chapel this Tuesday afternoon at ? o'clock. The following were the visitors at the Cotton Exebaugeyesterday: Henry Berr. of New Orleans, La.; N. H. Bass, ot Home, Ou,, C. E. Johnson, ol Raleigh, N. C. A deed was recorded yesterday from tho Heptasopbiau Classified Building Association to ?. T, Ingram, transfer? ring a lot and improvements ou the west ?wie ot Mozart stieot. Justice Burroughs has decided that newspapers can be delivered to regular oustomers in Norfolk at any timo on Suuday, but that they ennuot bo so d either in stores or ou tho street. Tho lust organ recital of the senson took place yesterday afternoon ut Christ Church and wus very largely attended. The programme was eqaal to any of l'rof. .Miller's past recitals, Rev. Geo. Lsouard Clinuey, u promi? nent Unitariao, preached ut tho Ala sonio Temple Suuday moruiug and uigbt. Ho left last ni; bt lor Baltimore to uttond tho Unttariau Conference. Several hundred people wero at the j armory Sunday ittternoou to hear tbo tirst of a scries of lectures beiug deliv? ered by'Messrs, Miles Grant and Q. W, Sederquest, of Boston, on thu Bible. I Tbo Little Seasides defeated the Wood Street? yesterday by a score of ? to I). Batteries?Cleveland Barrett and Amos WoodbotiBo; Willio Cray and Alov Wooii, Umpire, Henry West. l-jjAttcntioii is cuilcd to tho advertise meut for threegautlumen boarders who cau got a large well furnished room on second lloor in central purt of the, eity at SKi por month each by addressing Hoard, boy. (,', city postotUce. ^Cbsirmau Walter Thomas, of tho oointnittou of arrangements oi Piekett Buchanan Camp, 1ms called a meotiug of tbe committee at tho Camp Hull to? night at 8 o'clock, A foil atteudauee of suid committee is expeoted us bust uess relutivo to Memorial Lay celebra? tion is to be arranged. Mr. W. J, Boborts, who for many years bus been city reporter for R, (I, Dun A Co. hero, has gone to Win stou, N, C., whore be will have charge of tbe Company's otlice. His position bore will be lilloil by W. C. Biersou, Inte of Lynohbnrg, who has had con? siderable oxperieuce iu this line. It on uii icii <? Vt nun ti. 1 Five thousand bushels, highest mar? ket price. Ii, E. Owen, HT?, 'J7~, -J7'.? Water street, Have your thoughts turued toward spring auderwear? It so take a look at our unequalled lino before buyiog, Nichols a Wal,uce, lt>9 Main streot. A beautiful lino of Belt buckle* just in. No.r patterns. Chapman a Juke man. Try Murray's dinners ami breakfasts &Uc. each, Tboy are tho best in tho State; .* I Roanoke avenue. Buttermilk and Ico Cream, nt Mac's. Buttermilk and leu Cream at Mao's. .Mr. \V. H. Andrews, formerly with ' Wigiutnu a Bell, cau now bu found at : Tbe Hub, clothiers and gents' furnish? ers, 2U7 and 207 Main street, Norfolk, Va. np^J lw Goldman A Hoihelm,100 Main street, | U li lTIIEII II I. I'll II I . l orocnn lor 'I o-dssv. Wa'iiimi.ion. 0. c April :;0, H9">. I-> Fol Virginia: Ha'.U awl MBsettled I q .... w? at her und sbowSrs ilurtns: the neater . HAIN part ot toxlay; iiloirl; rising i inpera? !_ lure easterly trlnus I i hi Nonta Carvilua siiv??rs lueast ? r.i. fall in wettern portion, ?armer in the Interior; easto'ly wlmii l.oiul .Urtcoriilosiial Drib. [ros'.2i Horns lnui.no 8 o'clock last niout.) u. o. ui rani henr "i a i i.runt, Wl Ulir.ll 11' . i tl , I Local Ofiloe, J.'oJiou Bu (ding, Norfolk, Va., April 29, PJ'.?3, J Maximum temperature? . 09 Minimum ieojporatuie.... to Norm .1 ti mpernturededucted trouj '20 years' nin-erwiliou.. 01 Departure from uorir.al. . ? 1 Accumulate i i epiirturo for the moiitli plusl? AcoumulateJ depaitiuta eiuce Jan. l ?'i''< Precipitation, m in -lies. .91 'lot;ii i lecipit.itiuu eiuce l-t oi tbo tuoutli. ??'-'?> .1. j, 11 bat, Oii*orvor. DOYLE & SMALL. A Beautiful New Shoe Store Opened in the City. Messrs. Doyle & Siunll mnkn their bow to tho pnblio this morning through tho columns of The Yiuunian' nua uu uonuce Hint they uro engaged lu tue sIkio business nt No. 110 Main street nud uru propurod to sell the verv boat und lutost goods ut u small profit. These gentlemen are well known to tho people ol Norfolk, having for many years been engaged iu bnsiuess hero. The scuior partuer, Mr. Doyle is a man of excellent laeto nud lirst class busi? ness capacity. Mr. Small hssbeen con* nectcd with tbo shoo trade of the city for tweuty-four years nssociuled with i\ W, Beabury ft Sons und S. il. Thomas A:'.Co., and understands thu business in nil its departments, The store 14.6 Main stteet, is ouo of tho prettiest in tho city. Tho windows ure hiindsomo. the Uoora csmeted with Brussels aud tbo furniture uttractive onk grain. Tho public is invited to iuspcot thoir full stook of shoes, trunks, truveling-bugs. etc., which have been well selected aud will bo sold at reason ablo pricos. a he Farmer*' illantilacitirlna t'oiu pnn i'. A representative of The Virginian visited the factory of this eoucoru yes terday, which is located ut the corner of Chapel und Celrert streets, aud which covers n larjrc area of ground, und found everything working ut full speed. This is the company which mauufneturts the celebrated F.ast pat? ent barrel. The ompany, howovor, while it turns out over barrels Judy is els., Inrgoly i ugaged in the manufacture of ba?k<-t-, cubhsgo, lo ma to and strawburry crates. Tho company has ?ii.?OU Btrawborry orates ou baud und for sale at u low liguto. It also has for sulo ?? 1,000 baskets nnd 25,000 cabbage crutes. Farmers will do wull to examine these goo.iB beforo purchasing. Head the advertisement, I lilted Mau-, I sureae ? ?>in pint t . The Virginian returns its thouks to L. B. Mynck, u^eut of the L ulled Stales Express Company, torn copy of the "Express and ltatlroari Guido," designed to furuibh iuformatiou ro gtirdiug all places located directly upou ruiirosds nnd other Hues ol transpor? tation occupied by the United States Impress Company. It is an important publication. .1 list Kecoiv etl At Gco, D. Chace's, 171 Miin street, a full liuu of watchos, ehurujs, ohaitis, etc. We uro on tho wrong side of th street, but the right side of prices. Prompt uttentiou given to ull kinds of repaii u>g. Have you seon the im proven; cut made in nil photographic pictures at Campbell's since the tire? i in ?iima*? Munin Illdiialrlea. Spend your money whore you make it, which self-iutereet, if no more pit triutic motive, should prompt, and buy everything you enn at home. Messrs. Greenwood a Bro., carry u large line of watches, diamonds and silverware, etc, and guarantee iptuhty and stylo as good and prices as low, if not lower, thun any outside of Norfolk, North or elsewhere. Constant accessions being made. M ? a NAH a N At l,Lf re.ilo'ioe. No. S8il Ohtireh stieet tx tended, tiuuter?ville, Monday moriiing ut Oo' lock. 1,1//, I. a. Met i.ANaMav a?ed ti i yoari. beloved wife of hi hard a eOlaualtaii, Iba inner..1 will place from tho reei ilenee Tlll-t i Ineidni APFKItNOOX, Ap.-il So, nt 1 o i look, i r otid? aud acquaintances respeotfnlly luvlti I I . ttend. m Imi mm mix, in, 113 and 115 E.ink St., NORFOLK, - VIRGINIA, Largo Stock of 1 iuiahed MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES. *?-Ready for 1M.M1.K \ l J. DELIVERY 3uttorrivcd.il largo und complete stock ot iprlni; |.'ooiiii In hm 1111,1 Block for Ladies ami Gentlemen a m m ku 1 down pries at M. J. MADDEN, M LHURCH SlP.tH. MSP:lY OPPOSITE WOOD SliHl. NANA. THREE DAYS MORE Will Oud the Saison in Norfolk of th.' Famous $85,00? Picture. The Hlixiett of t!.i> public to see Uns c - q iltiti croatiouol the na ntt r s artooiitiuuex unabated* hut in c Bset|nen'?e of prior r.r anBements Ilm picture must positively bo withdrawn from evliibttloii on Thuraclny INI x t, rVI ay Zl d. Now on o tlilbition dailv ut V.O. 39 UOM MKRCIAIi PLACE, LADIEM 1 Ali! W..I.I. MvTfNKB TO-MOR I IOW, WEDNESDAY. From 2 p 111. tills p. m. will be set asnlo for the epe.'tai re'ept.ou <>?? ladies only, Hour. Ua. m, till 10ii. ?. Admission 23e* The Number Allowed by Judge Hanckel Yesterday. NO GREAT DIMINUTION NOTED. It Would Appear That the Ne4 Ordi? nance Requiring Barrooms to be Located on the Ground Floor Rooms Facing Street Will Not Hinder Business. It would appear that the new city or diuuuco requiriug all barrooms to be located OU ground Hour toutau facing the street, and that there shull bo no shades, screens or painted windows, will uot driro many persons out of the btuinoss, ns tlio following licenses wore granted by .lodge Hanckel yesterday : J M IJorry, bar, 47 brewer street; J W Buchanan, bur, 10b Queen street, M Oummiuga, retail liqnoi and bar, ill Brewer street; E S Godwin, bar, 117 Witter street; i homos Murray, ordi? nary, 01 Boauoko aveutie; Mcllornoy & Wyatt,retail liquor, 127 Water street; N B Morse, retail und bar, 120 Water street; B .1 Mnlbou, retail and bar, 152 Charlotte street; P O'Connor A: Co., bar, 104 Water street, 0 W Morse, Agent, bar, 181 Main street; Walter (juiun, bar, 25 Talbot streut; 1'eter Quillen, bar, 84 Prin? cess Anno avonuo; C F Budolpb, 343 Queen stroet, retail liquor nud bar; W B Stokes, rolail and bur, 208 Church street; John Vermillion, 4 Granby street; 3 E Wood, bar, 277 Cumberland street; A M Bruce, retail and bur. Bank street and City Hull avauue; II G Bouuoy, bar, b7 Uuiou stroet; John W Burrow, retail liquor, 142 Muiu street; M J Carman, rotuil und bur, 1 Plume street; William Chick? en, bur, 00 Boauoko avenue; J W Cushin, bar, l!7 Main street; C Demio, bar, 200 and 202 Water stroot; Frauk Uatton, ordinary, 20 Tai bot; 3 11 Holly, bar, 30 .lames, W A Shipp, bar, 205 Church stroet. marine Nota?, The Lighthouse Board gives notico that tho sunken coal bargo at foot of Fourteenth street, East river, Now York, having been removed tho reel spar buoy marking tamo bus been dis? continued. A whistling buoy, with small cone buoy attached, has been temporarily moored for experimental purposes close to Ueduey channel whittling buoy on the lino between Sandy Hook light vessel and tho entrance, to Ciedney Cut, New York lowor bay. Both experi? mental buoys are colored dark rod and uro uunumborcd, Wben Ciby was sleV, n-a gave her Castoria. When sb? was u. L'LilJ, she cried for Castorf a. When she became Hist, she clung to Castoria. When the huJ Children, sho garetbem Castoria. * Wait for us. Goldman A liofheimer, 10J Main street. ?3 n?> -<a^-<av-,5s>.-^--" M M meal. * \ \\z\ Grali meat. \ 0 - 1 r I'he ladies ol Norfolk will be f Q glad to know that they can yet 1 every day FKIiSH CRAB MEAT, a with sufticient shell for devcllins. Now for the delicious dish. } PRICE PtR QMjlJ? GENTS. } t H. CLAY PICKETT, t IFANCV RETAIL GROCERj) ? INIo. 3 tx/larl<<3t Place. Q A THOSE 755. Gopdi delivered free, ? Our Nobby Ar ; 1'euities. They gu with a rush. BEST MM HAT III THE CITY FOR BUYS. orsi l_V SO CENTS. Walter J. Simmons & Co.. 177 MAIN sTItEET. SaTbO WES I I'ltlCEH. ". wa Bellet come Ais!" Thoy're all going to THE HUB?oaa't keep 'em away ? Merchant-, Mcohanies. Law? yers, Wagn Earners, Doctors ami "Dudea"?iu fact tbo masses aro going there for those line CUSTOM-MADE $10 WHIPCORD CHEVIOT SUITS. You'd better join tbo procession too?bargnius like tbese elegant, stylish. Whip? cord Cheviot Suits aren't met with every day?precisely the same suit you would have to pay Sl's to 825 for everywhere else. Wbcu you examine the materials used in them?wbcu yon boo bow elegantly they're tailored, aud how perfect they lit?you'll wonder how on cartb THE HUB can sell thorn for so little niouey. But THE HUB imports ull the fabrics, nud every Suit is made iu THE HUB'S own factory at Balti? more. 1 t's just such undreamed of bargains you will get at THE HUH on every article found there. James E. Doyle. John F. Small. DOYLE & SMALL. 14-6 Main St., (Head o: Old Market Square.) HAVE OPENED WITH AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF FIME SHOES, Trunks, Travelling Bags and Valises. Which will be sold *t a modcrjte profit. apSPJ Ita m and sbesi m mmi 8. I. Iloi/iii.-, toreinsn for l treaty years in ilid Urin oi Howard & Orffeii'lia'j liai o|wn?d liusbieti for hiinwh'No. 40 Mai.i unset, Hol? iirenariil i<? do ?.1 ?oik linke '11 \ und ShEl I I It'-N in luei I: ofing, (iiiiirrlng ?nl - outhig, Itrp?lrln? bi Knuj"a, Furuai rs und Latrooot a specialty. " ii n hul.nl-.-.. ap.'l O'NEILL'S, 187 MAIN Cresents, $40, $56, $75. i%^Vdcals &J< rircs)' Ram bier-, S 100. Spaldings, $100, Smalleys, $ioo, $45. $55. SPECIAL SOUTHERN AGENTS. A.1C. SPALDS^G BRO.'S MIL Tennis. HimeiiG aim Sporting Soppliss. Send or write for Catalogue. The Beautiful Com? bination ? f l told aid Vegetal))* Plates, and Combluatloa ui P. t - ikiiu and Porceliau, known aj THE COnliNUOUS GUM PlIIF. and in t he lust ami ioc ?t per? len method liiuan i-r Until on plats*. IVe Insert alicla?es of aMria', < iold silver, Aluuil-^ num. and the new war vi? O-iti ? an .i PLATES WIIHOUI ROOFS, lu tl>a Oprr-llve D?p?lt went, tho . H',i c is equipped with all the modern Improve? ment*, by whivfa Mttiltfre i'etil mar be Ii led with Uli pa*< ii Ji n i i ? iu iti pslleot IVboa th.. teeth art l>adl.' decaved Ibal the crownlut tysnui cannot iu employ**), ?? i he Ne.? at. * O'ery Sppl ed lo Iii' l!uui9. inakiii); the extraction of ? <?? II: si soluti Iv * llbout |Mjln, rTIi ' Pall le?> I ri. ss i an be g Mm nid at hit office "nlv. >?'?>$ S^cocalne or norcolUing va-^ por*. N. Y. Dental Rooms, H2MAIS STREET, NORFOLK, VA. J. ?. ENNESS, Dentist ONE PRICE HOUSE. GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE ? OF? COLORED WOOL DRESS GOODS. Our special for mis WHL 20 pieces of'our niott desirable styles of Colored .Ml Wool l>:tat iiou.is, 35 und -t? in dies wide, 40c uud 60c, go this at 21? u yard. 24 c. 24c. 24c. I Tlicsu goods nri' nil now and di suable ail i at '.nr. ii tlio greatest bargain ever otlerej ! you. Look hi tUum early to secure ti.? choice styles. Our Moito-T.ow Prices. SPRATLEY BROS,, as^ivi^vi^r STREET Under tub Academy ol Musie SPECIAL SALE j ?FOR? THIS WEEK? 500 yards Embroidery Flouncing, 27 ami 40 inches wide, former pi iees 75c to $1.25 per yard, will sell this week at 33c. 40-irich wide Black Lawn, willi bolder, worth liAc, wii! be sold (his week at 5c a yard. 15 pieces Black Satteen, at 6ic a yard, worth ioc. 20 picccsgBlack Sateen, at 9.\c a yard, woi th i 5c ?AT? M. WEiMBERG, 252 CHURCH STREET. JOHN VEHMILLIOK, ?DKALBit in WHISKIES, CHAMPAGNES. CLARETS, Bf RGUU DifX. IMKIIMS. SHERRIES. AMI mimm. m. vr-:^[i cordihis. k. Atil' NT FUR POLAND MINERAL WATER, Aud in s!o !. other M not il VVSters, 1j> tin- 1 nirel or ? ialloti. 4 Granby Street. - Norfolk, Va pi to si: 1 s i. Atlantic Flower Garden, GUS FRiLKC. Proprietor. Nonli Stroot, lluntorsvido Norfolk, Va CUT FLOWERS, Pi.RETS UND ROSCS A SPECIALTY. Spe. 1 i mti nt oil ui ou or.lers for Fill rrn.1* or ?uddiii nmtftrl \v CoiIMtssioNKit or r.n I!::. r: i iti'd Offii:s, ? N Mil - il l . \ April 2$, i.s.i.'i. f ? ?I I r: vi x. p. all si a : 1 ami 0 eitv liecnsoi will i'\i Ire mi tliu il?th day 01 April, I-*'.-. I'.inii'- iuteru.tio I mo ie* ? nsioi in 1 i.'ino orwit'd und reuen the ?nine Without furthur uoti< v. W. W. DEY, apad-eti Couimini>iouur oi thu Heveuua.