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One ot the Best Games Yet Played !
This Season, MUCH MORE SNAP DISPLAYED The G.imc Yesterday One ot the Best of the Season, Norfolk's New Pitcher Did Well. One Error at Third Base Caused Nor? folk's Defeat. The altffudauee at Leagne Perk yes? terday afternoon numbered ubont 1,00 1 and a very satisfactory game was wit? nessed. It was the first appeurauoc ol tbe RtcUmouds, who claim to be ttie peucaut winners of the _\eur, and tnau> parsons' wore curious to see their make up. It appeals to bo a good, cleau team and do excellent work iu tho tield, but not so strong at the bat Iijnchbnrgs, ?Norfolk's new Qud, Poster, was the box, and while be did not display superior apeed or extraordinary curvi a, he wanageil to hold ihe visitors down to four i ase hits, Norfolk making live base hits off of Lieh no und Tauneliill.^ fc There wate lour errors charged to "Norfolk. One by lloflnian at third, who lulled to touch, a runner when be cou'.d bare easily done so, I'hia error lost the game. Norfolk played with more snap thiiu naual aud tho marked jtaproTcmeut wob appreciated. In the fourth inning Reblin was taken Ironi tbe box and 1'euuehitl sub? stituted, pitching a good, steady gome to the end. xoaroLK. uu u mo\ o. It II 1*0 I l: H 1*0 I tVbalcT,fl).o 3 n 0 Kala,*!!. o o t I Oorcorru, ??.... 0 0 ?.' i .. arts, el .... u i t 0 Ottfacau.lti. o o V i l'aiiii'hlll,mn ? l l '. hulloanif. o 0 i tt Well?, Hi.ii n la 0 Jlan-r. cf.. 0 0 '-' I Ko.ter, c. U I I 0 Hsuptmau, If.. I 1 0 1 Uc<jowao,:ll>. 0 o a o Moflman,gl>.... 0 l 1! l iierte, tili., i i :t I Pvtroll, c.0 l ?.' ilttorgan, If, l 0 0 U 1 o-ur, j>. a o 0 11ilehuo, |i a rl. U 0 - o Total. t ?"' -? ?r..tai..?-' * ??>; scoac nt ikmxo.h. XOTfolfc.-.0 0 0 n 0 o l n o- l lUthmoud .o 0 (i a u o o x? a Bcmuaiiy: Earned Runs?Ricbmoud, 1, Two Rase II its ? Uerte. Molen K?ses ?Tanncy hill, Morgan, lianptmau, Hod man. Double Plays Wells nud liuin. Pasta on Rails -Oil Benno, I; oll" I an lieyiull, 1. Struck Out?By Foster, 5; by Dehne, 1; by Tanneybill, '2. Ram: oil Hit by Pitched" Hall?Berte. Passed Rail?Pnrcoll, Umpire?Mitch all. Time?One hour and forty tuiu utes. BASEBALL, Portsmouth and Lynchburg Teams Play Chinese Ball. Special Diapatoli to lho Virginian. Lyxghbubg, Va., May ?Chinese playing characterized tbe game ol ball between Portsmouth and Lynch burg at Uivermont Park this afternoon. It was a long and tedious game, in which .Me Kenno, for the home team, aim Hull rnon, for the visitors, were freely hit, and many inexcusable errors made on both sides. Lynchburg, perhaps, ought not to complain, us the nome team won by the astotiuditg score of 22 to But toward t'uo last of tho game the Portamoutbs gave it up as a lost cause and made the whole Ihing u bur lestiuo. That was uot right treatment towurds the 500 people who paid their money to see baseball played. Lynch burg did some splendid batting, lining tbe ball over tbo feuco for three homo runs. On tbe Portsmouth side "Pop" T?te made a home run to deep centre field, bringing in two runs, Follow ing is tho score in detail: 'U. ti :f u 1 1 (llSniltb, If. i . Kfll'x.'.'ll . ?_? I 1 M, |i leo ,-?!?... 4 111 Keed, h. 2 l n V Ii-rivi'i II. 'I... 1 1 2 - Tito. |b. 1 1 Ill riiouil >. B.cf- .11 Quiuo.e.lfatb 1 1 I ifcehnM, c. 1 - I 0 totter, II j, o... O 0 Cll'attilOII, tl . :l 1 1 I jUalluiaa, p.... l l > .ri-.nn. it, a S l U Bararor?,cC.? 0 0 ?< lll'lock, lb a a 8 tl >"tiller, 3b..a 11 a llMcKenua, p... 0 1 u 1 " ;r<-, p. i n v n i Total., Tolal near, nv inmm.s. jr.ynchbuK.'?? <> 4 l t> l ? :c 3-22 Portatnoutu.a :: o 3 l o 0 u I Suumaby: Earned Rons?Lynch? burg, Portsmouth, Two Base Hit ?Pullman. Home Runs?T?te, Mcfntyre, Schabet, Plook. Double Plays?MoKenna, Sohabel, Pluck, Mo intyre, Piock. Struck Out?By Mo? Kenna, 1; by iialimitu, 4. Rase an Uallf?By Hallmau, ?; Knox, L'; by MoKenna and Kagey, 1, HiiuiiiiU .- \v i ii ,i? r. Ity Boutbern Aa-<nciat-d Praia. ROAKOKB, Va., Mhv *?,? The homo taaui defeated Petersburg here n is afternoon in a closely contested game. The pitching of 1 oreman ami Mo Clang's batting were tue features. The fielding of both teams \\ a^ very raggo I. but lock favored Roanoko. The plate decisions of Umpire Crowley were un satisfactory to both side,but he showed no partiality. Score: I ? a n 11 R Iteanoka.l 0 t) i o H ? 10 u :> i J eten-lurg..1 II II 0 II II 0 I) 0- IJ li u Batterie:-: Pisber aud Clark; Poro muu unti MoOlung. Manning til < iob?! Won ho t l'er Cent. lllahnion.l. It :; Lyncbburg'. pi u ..?_>, Portsmouth. t< .;5i Norfolk_. 7 10 ,4ja Petersburg;. . u n .? . J'..iic.e. c, ia <iH !\nf ional League. At Cincinnati? It h r. Cincinnati.l i l 4 o i 5 l 0-11 i Brooklyn.Noiooui 0? s u ? Batteries: Parrott, Dwysr and Vaughn; Gumbert and Grim. At Louisville ? it li v. I.oulavdhi .I (i o 0 1 0 I) 3 ('? ;. 10 Nsw \ork.i(ia l o l i o x? 7 ,n i Batteries: Cunningham, Welch and Banner; German aud Sehnver, At Pittsburg? ~R II K VittB'.ur.- .0 0 o 0 0 Ii n o J ? Baltimore.SOOOtlllUl-llia :i Batteries: Killeu ami Sugdou; Horn ruing aud llobiusou. At Cleveland? K II K Oil voland ... 130000039 7 7 it Washington.o o 0 w o 1 l a u? :i l'? - Uattsriea: Cuppy and Zimnier; Mul lnrkey anil MoQuire. At Chicago? II 11 K I tmicago . .1 0 0 2 1 1 ? 1 0 7 1-' * Uoston.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i? i II ? Batteries: Griflltb und Kittridgo; Nichols ami Qanzol. Umpire?MoDon ; aid. i At St. Louie? 11 11 K St. l.ouiH .0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1? 3 s 3 ! 1'liiUilelpbia... .? e o 0 o - o I u - 4 ?> :> batteries: Breitcustein ami Peitz; Carscy nuit Clemeuts. MELTING OK SCHOOL BOARD Applications ol Teachers Read anil Filed. Tbo School Board hold a meeting yesterday with Capt. W. A. S. Taylor iu the c sir. Tbo Superintendent rocommeudod that tbo school- ho closed on the 21st <d .lime, instead of the 28tb, in order to civc the teachers nn opportunity to attend the summer normals. Suggestion adopted. Applications for the positions of teachers were received from 1'aunio Butt, Holtio .lotus, Mnttio K. I arlutt und Emma J. Mnrtine. Tbo spplica lions wero tiled, Tho Superintendent's report was read and tiled. The Building and Property Commit? tee was asked to look into the loasibility of nuiktng increased accommo? dations tor pupils lutho High School tor m \t session. riie Finance Committee reported on bids amounting to Sil, 154,01. The Uommittoo ou Buildings and Property roported that thoy are look ?i g for a suitable lot, which, when fuliud, they have reason to believe thu i ounoila will purchase as the site for the contemplated school building lor the Fourth wurii. I lo nun ol > ? I In. r., Tho Supreme Conclave of Hepta ?ophs. iii thu recent mooting in Wtl miugton, Pel., elected the fullowiug of ? llcers: l> P Sullivan. Wilmington, Del, arobou; E 1. Baudull, Baltimore, chan? cellor;!; W Wright, Norfolk,secretary; .1 T Burton, Norfolk, treasurer; E U Iticbardson Philadolpbia, provost; l>r N 11 Biddick, Norfolk, prelate; W II I'oppiu, Wilmiugton, Pel, iuspeotor generiil: George Buyer, Cuindou, N J, wardeu; K \\ Smith, Baltimore, sen tiuel. Tho next session will bo held in ' May, lv-'i", at Iroutou, O, Couolnvus will hereafter bo held bionUlally in- j stead of annually, us now. t nil Sin im i X'mm nur A|i|ioiillvd. Mr. II, W. T. Wilkins, assistant rog ister clerk, has received the following letter from President .lohn I!. Proctor, of the Civil Service Commission at Wnsbingtou: "Siii.?Tho Commission hereby re- I lieves you from the duties of chairman mul designates you secretary of tbo Board ot Examiners for the poatollico at Norfolk, Vu. Mr. Charles II. Hall has been designated member and chair? man. Kindly notify the postmaster and note that this change in your duties has been made because you are ' believed to be the best qualified cm-j ploye to perform the delicate and re- i spouaible duties of secretary of the board, it boiug impracticable for Iho Commission to avail itself of the ser? vices of Mr. Wing, whose resignation was accepted with gounina regret." I In- I.r< :ii l.i .-in. H. M. S. Pinafore, lor the benefit ot Iho Norfolk charities aud tho Hebrew Orphan Home, to be given at the Academy of Music May 1 Ith ami Wed? nesday matinee, will be the finest pro? duction of the kind ever given in this city. I he best local talent, with Capt. P. Cunningham nml Miss Pattle, ol Rich? mond, to ns-ist. will constitute a cast that in many instances will rival pro? fessionals. New und binutiful scenery, elegant costumes, For sale ol scuts see adver? tisement. Id luiii oi I ii ill ii tllenloti. '1 he report for tho six mouths end lug May ls|, ISM;, is us follows: Aggregate attendance, 13,-132; aver ago attendance, fu; request for prayer, .". ;7: conversions, ltd; visits to Biok. 101; visits by superintendent, 273; number of talks with tuen, lil?; ns-is ted medicine, etc., 83; received in home. 3; employment fotiud for men. 20, marriage, I : lodging and meals for men ouiy, 2,801. im r ii,.- 1.-11>. i'iptheria, pnotimon a scarlet fever typhoid lever, etc.. iioo a Sursapsrllla is oi won eeriul benefit in imparting the atieii?th and vi.0.- so much liesiied. H oe'- I'll l.S fut the liver and beweis aot easily, yet promptly and effectively. I I I!? II II ll Na t- Mil DO you want a pair of good specta? cles to suit your sight at a proper price.' It ao, consult C. F, Greenwood .v Bro. aud if your sight is abnormal they will refer you to tboir specialist, hen- every Thursday at "The Casket.'' IJou'l be blind t<> the lact that you cau buy at home at this steibog institution everything in iho. jewelry line at bot? tom prices and the best watchmakers 111 this broad laud of ours, beside* you have the assurance of gelling exactly what you are paying for. Consult "the Casket." .1 Ilk I II l-l , I V ,.|| At Goo. D, Chace's, 171 Main slreot. n lull line of watches, obarms, chains, ele. Wi- are on the wrong sido ol th street, but the right snlo of prices, Prompt attention given to all kinds of repaii ing. .Buttermilk aud Ice Cream at Mao's. Court Proceedings of the Day Now Done. THE \ EVANS-ELLIOTT CASE. Bound Over to Keep the Pence Be? cause the Detective Was Afraid. United States Court Cases, The Criminal Docket in Judge Hancket's Court. Tho chiuges against Mr. John Evans, of ussauitiug Special Deteotive l\ 13. Elliott, were investigated by the Police Justice yesterday. Tbe detective said! that Mr. I.mhi'h invited hiuj into too j entry of the Telephone Exokiauge on j Maiu btreot and acted in a threatening manner toward him. lie believed Evaus intended to strike him .with an umbrella and be. Elliott, ran. Hojbo lievod that Air. Evans intended to harm him, because ho had given evidence against certain liquor dealers. Mr. I.vans said that ho did not go into tho telephone entry aud that he di I not ton. li ! Iliott. in this state? ment be was sustained. The Justice took the case under advisement, At the li.stance ol the deteotive who said ho was ill raid of .Mr. EvulIB, the accused was put under a bond to keep tho pence. Mr. Elliott thought tho bond should bo SIIKOOO or $20,000. Tho court, however, named S500 as tbo amount which was giveu, with \V. S. Cappa as surety, other cases, John Anderson, stealing 31.25 from i John Stflck; thirty days in jail. J. T. Wntkiiip. drunk and carrying a pistol; lined 35 and pistol conlis eated. Abe.- Billnps, colored, trespass on the property of Thomas Pray; tiued 81.75. J. W. r.well, A. ('. Walker and W. K. L'ordoza, utlicora of tbo Uptown Workingmen'a Club, No. .?07 Church street, keeping a disorderly house, continued one day. UNITED STATES ?OURT. Iu the United Slates Court, Judge Hughes presiding, Uauiol Wy ant,sei. uro of the schooner Conn between Lambert's Point and Ornney Island, discharged for want of jurisdiction. Alex. Craven, colored, breaking in tho postollice at Surry, Vs., aud steal? ing ,-s; lined Sit) ami sent to jail iu default. June Perkins, alias Smith, colored, pension fraud; guilty and awaiting sentence, CORPORATION COURT. Judge Dauekel is calliug tho crimi? nal docket, aud 1.ouis.> Procmau lor keeping a iiouse of iillame u as lined S5 and given one hour in jail. Jessie Jones, colored, charged with petit blrceuy was ac<|Uttted. J, W. Cashin qualified as adtuinii trator of the estate of T. W, Cashiu, decoaaed, bond $2.500. Ituby James, charged with keeping a house of ill repute, was tried aud acquitted, W. c. Miller qualified as atlminis trotor of the estato ot Walter AI. Miller. ? mi.nil itr?. ilnri t. i uilnu. The Innerei of Mrs. Mary A. Colloti took place from the reaidenco of her bou in law, Mr, T. P. Dalton, coruor of Charlotte mid Shiolda streets, yester? day morning at 10 o'clock, and was conducted by Kov. Esther Daugborty, of St. Mary's Catholic Chlirob, The intermont was in St. .Mary's Cemetery. The pall bearers wore: J. S. Wobber, M. Mulievitt, Jno. P. Lawlor, J. O. Kieruan, .lohn Couuelly and das. Prince. ?\?>i i. ?? to II ii r in. i.. Notice is hereby given thai the Da boll trumpet at Delaware Breakwater east eud light station, on tho east eud of the breakwater, south side of the entrance to Pulaware buy, is- re? ported completely disabled, llepoirs will be made and the signal re estab? lished as Boon us practicable. Tins notieo alVeets the nst'of lights and fog signals, Atlantic and tiuif coast*, 1894, page 08, No. 373, and the list of boa coua and buoya, fourth Ligbthoiiso District, 18111, page 21. ? In- < itiileilrrule Sulillera In die < nil M nr. Mrs. Netly Bainbridgo Crist, who is canvassing subscriptions to the above book, is meeting with marked success, ami The VirtuiNiAS ia pleased to uoto the fact. " I he Confederate Soldiers in the Cival War" is published by the Courier Journal Publishing Compativ, and ia a valuable and interesting work. Inihn' < Ji|i< a. lire** i.oihiui u,l Nil It* Now line capes, new dress goods at uew prices; new silka, many at hall price; crepon silk worth SI, now ?de. Silk .null IU all shades, GO inches wide, only otic. R, A. Sauudore. llon'i i urgrl i In. Writ.'* special fcnle. See last Suudsy's Vinainun for rut price list. \\ uuurr'.s, 190 Maiu stieet. Have yon been to Goldman k ilof beimer's, 100 Mam street .' \ i;rt)i?a stitu?. In the coal tit-ids of Virginia, Wean also striking hard at high prices, ami tillering many very striking bargains. The public are fast learning tliey can buy bargains from ue, is proved by the crouds who visit bhr store daily. I.on out pi ices on dress goods, llunics, trimmings, last back Indies' aud children's seamless hose, I do a pair; oiiiing llauuel skirts. 19c each; P. and (i. black ?atme corsets, worth 3', our price Glle, and a great tunny othor striking bargains at Levy Pros., 171 Main street. Agents for the Libbey cut gloss. Tho finest cuttings for ihu lowest price. Chapman ic Jakemon. \vi: ? i ii i-:it ic ij'iiii i. lorn im lor '? ??ilnr. Wasiiin.n. I>. C. May 10,1s?5. Kor Virginia: Kalrj wariucr in eulern uortloi.liberty tTudl l-.ii North < ii.?llna: l.?r. warmer iu easlerli pvrtiou; m.ailiei j ?lu.l?. Miniatusk Almanac -Sun risi-.. 5 Ui ?au leU. n W. High ?raier, i" 00 anj lu ll? a. iu ..law ?ater, 4 uial 4:1? p. Hl. l.oi ai 'irii nriiiouii Hi num. [rou 24 hours cndi.no 8 o'clock i.i-r swut.| U. s. Dkpaktui st or Aoan ultvrb, i Wl ith KU UUHI ^ , '.. Local Ofllco, I .. ?du Uuildiug, Nonroi.k, Va., May 10. IS'.'J, J Maximum tomperaturo. s'j Minimum leuii" i at'iie. 0 I .Suiui lt- mpor?ture deducted rrom '2') year* nnservniiou. '14 Departure fron, normal. p'us 1 Acciiiuulali I departure for the mouth i lus V Acoumulate.l depaituro since Jan. 1 ? 2W Precipitation, miu'liua ... U Total prooipitatiou since Ut of the uiouili. . ?.15 1, j, Quay, Observer. New nirM TrucM Market, liv -loiiiiiuru Associate i Prats. Nr.u Vonk,May ?Strawberries and most of iln> vegetables wore iu demand early in tlio Jay, lint deliveries were into, wlieu thu iluuiaud was compare lively light ami prices became lower in oonaequouce. struu berries, Florida, good to prune, quart, I'ialGc; do, do, others, 5a10c; do, Charleston, fancy. 22a2fjc; do, do, others, 10al2o; do, Nortb Carolina, fancy, I5al8c; do, do, otbern, Sal4o; tio, Norfolk, good to prune, 18a 20c. Asparagus, extra.do/.en bunches, Slal.25; do, prime, fj0a75c, Hects. Florida, orate, 31a2; do, Cbarleston, 100 bunobes, SlaO, Cttcumbors, Florida, orate, $l.f>0a2.50; ilo. New Orleans, iln. ru, 50c, Cabbages, Florida, barrel, $2a3; do, Charleston, barrel-orate, S3; lio, Norih Caroliua.do.S'J.riOai). Celery, New Orleans, do/.en stalks, 35aG5c. Lei I if ce, Norfolk, basket, UOa?Oo; do, barrel, 75caS1.2f>, Puna, Ubsrlestoo, baskot, 50ca$l,50; do, North Carolina, $l.25a3. Uadishos, Norfolk, barrel, 25ca$l, Striug beans, Florida, wax. crate, 50ca$l.25; do, groeu, 30a00c. Squash, Florida, white, crate, 30a50o; do, do, yellow. 40a75c, Tomatoes, Florida, carrier, 8 J.?hu I; do, Key West, do, Sla2.50; tio, do, crute, 40a60o, I'aliiirr A riiMl'a 11 itoi it I look. Special Dispatch to the Virftiuiau. Nnw 1'ohk, May 0,?Strawberries, I.".ct i25o; radishes, barrels, &0c(o)$1.00; cabbag?, $l.f>0.gi $2.00; lettuce, barrels, 75o<f2lSl,25, baskets, ?tlc. : 7?C. AMUSLMEN1S. "Tin: Fl ihm.v. am? Tin: How."? Tbo Academy of .Music ou m-xt 1 h.irs day uight will no doubt be Ullod with the elite of "Tbo Twin Cities" to bear Fx Gov. "Hob" Taylor deliver his fa? mous lecture, "The Fiddle und l'bo How," uud uls > tho concert lo be giveu by tbo best local talent, this cuter tainmeni is given under Iho auspices ol I the Norfolk Light Artillery Blues, winch should be sutUoioul guarantoe us to Us merits and should meet with u hearty response from all. Thu sale of reserved scuts will com? mence next Monday morning at o'clock. HI ore Itutiberlc?, Wednesday night the residence of Mr. 0. E. Sides, No. 10 i.ee street, was entered by thieves nud two dress ousts, two oveacoata unit 6omo silver, ware weio stolen, two white men attempted to rob the residence of -Mr. Duncan A Hard, on Highland avenue, Weduoaday night, but were frightened uwiiy by gentle men pasaing. Urn Iii ol Mr. f.'iibrrl l.llioii. Mr. Gilbert Elliott, formerly it resi? dent of Norfolk, died suddenly ut Ins homo, Stuten island, N. Y,, yeaterday. Ilo was u uutivu ot Elizabeth City, N. ('., and waaa brother of t apt, Charles ti, and Col. Warreu (J. Elliott. He was 00 yi-urs of age. ii it i. Several curs en route; must be sold; also some on truck here. 11, F. Uweus, ~7." Water street. Buttermilk and lei Cream at Mac's. Kl LIOTI? Mr. OILI ICtlT BM40TT. 'or niorlr ? resilient i ibis ty. ..u-.i midden y at In- homo, ei i n Island, New York, to tluy, lions.la. til itlsttilt. Ilo wa it ii live of Kli/abelli City, N t: , aiid a brother ol Charles O. and Warn ill Klllott. I'rcaideut Atlantic < oast Line. A cod 61) years. VA lift tX?Ruddi-i Ivat :i 1& p in Thnrs day. May'-'tli, 181?. M KitANK VAUU1IAM. ill tlie Iiis- year of Iii' -co. Kiiuefitl from hirst 1'ivsbvteriau Ob?roh SATLKUaV A I'I K It OOSot ? i). Ledger copy. tl?p rwvv V r-' F '. flaw ion avsaaiiv i.o.h.m \l ut.itit iii, 113 and 115 Bank St., NORFOLK, - - . YUKUNIA, Lai i,-o Sto k el 1 intehod MONUMEHTS A!iD KEADSTOHES. ?.? Iteadj for immi.piatl iii l.l Vl.ltV \ ? t s 1:111 -, , M. K S. PINAFORE, ACADEMY Oi- MUSIC, Tuesday, Mny I4ih, at 8:15. Grand Family Matinee, WKDNKS'IaY, May i th. at . II I'snal price of ad is-i n box oftieu opsn Monday and Tuesday at iu a. ut, 11? \ .(It \-.\\ WV? s ac Mil.MY 1)1 M i s|( THUll.SlMV, May ll'.th. Leetoro aid concert unter tbo nu t? ? o of the N. L A. I ItlOs, iii. -Go '1 Oli I Hi Uli. of lou nas t'O ? 1 Hi i lllllLK vNI' TilK ItiiW. ? L'on ert by sell Icuown looal talent, a ni s lion. 2H .hi I ? i c. Iloservod 8ea s. 75c senta on s.iiu Monday. I:itb. my 10 -t>j SAM W. SMALL, ATTORNEY AT U /X W, No. 8 11 1 l. Sim kt, N?ftPOI.K, VIltQINfA. Mr. Bruall will praotico in the ( ouri? of thu ?hito aud of t..u United ?tuteg. NO HE! BUSK! THEY'RE REAL GIGANTIC FARGAINS, $10 It's positively no use "monkeying ' with any of 'em tailors, and it's positively nonsense to go to any of these high-priced, "ready-made" establish? ments, and squander your monev when THE HUB will give you for onlv $10 one of those stv lish, handsome, elegant custom-made WHIP? CORD CHEVIOT SUI TS, which any other place in the whole State of Virginia would charge you $18 to $:?=; for. You can rely upon every suit you get at THE 11UB, for every article (here is guaranteed?guaranteed to be made of the best imported fabrics?guaranteed tobe tailored righl ?guaranteed to be right in style?guaranteed to wear right?and guaranteed to give perfect satis faction in every way, or YOU CAN GO TO THE HU ti AT ANYT1ME AND GET V?UR MONEY BACK. WOMDERFULBARGAINS TUE UIID h;,s t!lr onl) Boys'and Chil? li Hit nUD dren's Departmenl in Norfolk, and is the oulv place that makes a specialty of Children's Clothing?giving as much care and at? tention to the little ones as it docs to the men folk. THE HUB'S Children's Department is a store in itself?handsomely equipped and provided with every convenience?and it's a place where mothers are always greeted with phenomenal bargains?bargains that are positively unmatch able in nobby, reliable Clothing. THE HUB to-day offers you a vaster assortment to select from than can be found in the combined stock of any oilier two houses in the entire State. Visit THE HUB'S Chil? dren's Depart 111 en t?aunty. Serviceable Suits, 1 nest' >opu lar styles, in sizes 3 to S years -Norfolk never saw their equals at 5 > until HUB offered themftf at the amazing un-? derprtce.f* Your children tastefully clotiieu at T IT E HUB? Children's Choice Suits, pro? ducts of the littest tailors, large assortment oi ai tractive light and dark shadcs--such splendid garments would command $5?if THE HUB was 9 C ,! ? ; not sacrificing them for Take your boys to THE HUB lor elegant Long Pants Suits?guaranteed the equal in make, lit and finish to any $7 suits sold elsewhere ?for bovs bet ween tfft' & ?iiv"d. .,.s.yc.a,?;:po. Come and see what THE HUB has for you in Hoys' Sack Suits, dozens of desira? ble patterns in Imported All Wool Fabrics?$8.50 would be little enough to pay? THE HUB makesfltfp ja the r startlina bar-St!ft iU JUST RECEIIVED HANDSOnE LINE OF SOLID SILVERWARE, itittnblfl lor we.1.1 ins or ottirr prrHonui; also WAT0HK9, ?IAMONDS, ninl otlo r nit., es ,u the Jowelrv lino. J. BESHETT, Diamond BraM ana Jemiei, flo. no cnaicn si. je eii?ii ^Fancy Groceries and Low Prices^ J Tell the Tale. P r \ \ f (iinjror Snaps, prr pouud, Co. P $ Current Jelly, pet pound, Co. /) 0 Uood Con. i Com. > er can, Co. 0 1 - \ \ H. CLAY PICKETT, f* ^fancy RETAIL grocery INI o. -a-3 Market Place. ? 'PHONE 755. Qooda delivered free. A, ? ^^^?avejv^^, -n&. ^.-^.-sa?-^--^** Buy Spring Lamb TO-MORROW AT J. S. BELL'S dr.. S CD., 00K. QUEEN ANT) CHURCH STREETS. Aldo, uiil Ii.Ivo a One litphiy of E BEEF. PORK, VERL. ?IGE, DAOON, LARD, ETC. Tliono. i ;>3. Goods doliTOred free. EXCURSION TO JAMESTOWN. The Most Interesting and Historio Spot in America. ON MONDAY, 13th OF MAY, The Norfolk brauch of the ;Assoii..tiol tor Preservation of Virginia Antiquities will ^iv<- .ui exouraiouto Jamestown, having el.nr.oi o.l for tlra purpose thu alt-amor Oily ol 1 hosier, llie steamer will leave ttia irlmrr of the Atlantic and Dauvillo Ituilro.iJl Comp.my ot 8:80 ?. iu. Tickets for B?h: a? Lawrence A Holme-, Viekery A Co.. Gat? hue's 1 >r k Storo Sprat ley Hros . Taylor .? Loyall a nn l .ii tho Steamer a V\ harf on mor? ning of excursi n. myio-frl-iu We Have Them in Nobby SPRING HATS. BOYB AND CHILDREN'S STRAW HAT* (STLOWEST PRICES- _ea L. JACK OLIVER & GO., Ill MAIN BTRBET. Spratley Bros.' ONE PRICE HOUSE. H BIG SPEGIftL FOR HIS WEEK. Silk Crepe, Silk Crepe, Silk Crepe. 19c. 13c. 19c. These good* r.ro u7 Inches wide und mir regular il'o iiiality, ALL PURE SILK; ?p?? oial lor this weak, i'.'c. -ALSO OUR Besi Frencfi Dimities! STRIPE JAP SILK. CREPON BRl LI.I ANT.* ANI> DRESDEN t IIEPE3, ALL 00 THIS WEEK. ? SPECIAL, 19c. Our Mono?Low Prices. 'if f^f-* .mai ?sj r i ?: ist Under ti;.- Ai adeinj of Mus'o. JOHN VER MILLION". WHISKIES, CHfttSs." GL?RET3. B? DIES, ttftDElRAS. SHERRIES. ?1HER WIRES: ?ISO. NiMH BSAHDitS. CORDIALS. & aoknt poh POLAND MINERAL WATER, Au.l in stock other M natal Water*, b> Iii)- i in r I or ' .a Ion 4 Granby Street. - Norfolk, Va? I'HONE is.1. THE iViiSS VOGELS^ i.\n. tip tin. BERUH C0HSEHV8T0RY OF IMISIG, TKACllKltSOl PIANO. VIOLIN \NI> T M E O R V O F MUSIC, ACCOHDISO T" THE LATEST C?XSEKVA? TOKY METHOD?. MoJirn lnn|;u*gei taucht prBCil.-alK mil tliw. erethalh niter t lie ii'Clliod of ilnllerlla Sehoeliil 1 aiiuuagi -. ? fiel.y pupils Uarn rapnllj ;> it lawella read mul writ. I...n ?uarj uxj.. na.? e.r. I M Ulu ?hb Auicm A Hinte. >hi.n ?n<-ov tarP-tf %j bp -a? o - r> a 'a' 13 IN STYLE AN 11 COLOR. Our New Sp.ino Hats! SEE THEM ROYS' AND CHILDREN'S SlllAW !lar^ Walter J. Siiiiinons >v Co.? 177 MAIN 3TRKBT? SJbT"LOWEST PRfOKS