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SLEEPLESSNESS,
?/? ~j Nor vous
Debility,
Norroui
Exhaust
fltlon, Neu
Tallin, 1 a
rfdypls.Lo
iiualor
Ataxia, lle-lnnoliolin, and kindred nil
sueuts, whether resulting from OTcr anx?
iety, overwork or study, or from un?
natural habit* or exe-.'iscs, ere treated
aa a specialty, with u;re?'i Buoeees, by tiio
KtalToI Specialists utlurhed t<? tbo Inva
Uct*' HotH and iSuririial Institut*? ut
Buffalo, W. Y. Personal examinations
not always necewwiry. Ilany cases aro
gucrassftilrv trvatcl at a distance.
? A orniysT A A now tmU wonder
'ADl ilM?. fullT ?uceeasful tTe?t>
?mint lias liiwn discovered d-r A;*t! nia
wjuI Ear Fever, which can bu aent. by
OMail or Express. Jt in not simply a palll
VJtivc but u radfeai cure.
For pamphlets, question blanks, refer
aroevs and particulars, in relation to any
lot the nbnve mentioned diseases, ndririv.s,
Htdth ten cents >n stamps, World's Dispon
aary Mwllcal Association, Buffalo, K. Y.
WANTGUi
Vtf ANTED?To correspond with tutu In \ rjlala
?1 lumi? .,t 1,000 mid upward*, wltli viff ?.t ii.i?
li g Ifattm taka Old era lorsiitia aial troiiacra frtm
aani|lca fumlahed by Iba Guarantor l lorlag
g'ouipany. Audnsi. lUtlnn miallUcntiona slid
?oat ton Id ptobabtybe dc?awlth i.erlag* lo
? der it S.I. S:: no, ii, S3 and W ami tailing* at 115.
SIS 11$, t'M and it! tame liuaoslu otu ItTilMond
and Norfolk Mona. Aa Ulitbeinlenlion local ie:
?uu.ilK n|ua favorable tppll niil-, nun. bat
|hor??>lil> c?u pel ? Lt pcraoua meal ?r.t.. Addnaa
jl. MA11K8 ??scra< agtuit. > .? u ol tioaiaaici
tailoring Ceiapany, Itlebuond, * a ui? t>-t? w-it*
?\\.\N1I Ii I Ii.it. . i: r m ? and ?iil?-iivn In
"? handln.a any L..od tailing attlela eltbiu lo
tlieii.iile oi consumers la Norfolk and ?lehiltT.
?tddrtii P ii Hos las, Norfolk. niyi -:n<
\\ ANTED V< lit mi n t > set .is Iravi I ng w >-?
*i in n for a merchant tailoring house; aalary
and . ? ?uiiui.-lm . good Ihiug lor lbs ? g I atau,
?XddretiTAII.Olt. caruol Virgin! n. luySO-lIt*
\\TASTI 1??A nicely fuin:tbid :oon central:*
^1 lo..iel. Addrei?, staling terms, "P. J.," Vlt
glnlau office. niylMt?
"lv ANTI D?A partner foi ? mod payiig cslab
M IhhiU lu-ine-s inii?i havo totuc rapital; a
iair i bancs for it good Investment. Addrtt'a "I .
'. J.," taie Virginian. luyP-liv
ily for lour tnonlha, b< Inning May 1Mb.
f .i-t bs in ravpcclable neighborhood lind aalet
aunlv Ad Ires , Mating hruia, UiiOllUK II I" Mi?
ni: Hi adwar, Na?burgh, N. V. uiyS-SI
ARU Ihreo gentlemen can eit "no largo
we i fumi-ln d r.Kiin mi so mid itoor, in ? Sill "al
p.ui ??! the city, wl Ii hoard, for SIS pernoalh
?n li by addressing II?ABI?, bvx C, City I'ost
?mee , atyl-tl
"Cu?STI Ii A.int- t?. taite or.iers l.r .nupl-al
'? lu.ni nr ti vel. evpn-oi and goodaalsrr or
comialulou io rlgbl tarty, Samplei tent oti ap
? leitliu. Addieas. with itamp, lo t Kos ITO,
Js-i w v..ik - Ity
\WANTKII t tlr?t-claa? colored ccol KOltled; an
?1 iterataiida niatkiug. Apply 81 Church urcel
aftei i a. ui. n |
"VV'ANTKIl l.adj agtuta throughout Yirgiula tig
'I l.-eilla an art ii le that tells ou it- n-oiii. .'.J
?ie?? .'l Klflh avinno.s. E, Hoa-unkc, Va. cs to
VtfANTED. ? S|icclal AdveVtlalnc CsnvasWrsi
*V bmlllsr whri preatloin tuercbantlle tralo;
money mskar nl |K?4 Alan chtrergeneral canras.
5era on grsateal laller nl I he day. STANLEY
lUAhl.EY, i. IB, si New V..tk.
MPK?I II, Ml I ICKS.
n OUItUCEItS t'oantrj hucon -;.lr-.-l.o il.!erTn>ul
J taalei In lano qu miiiia. I have 10,.jsiunJa
10 etier in lot? o tinl i utrhuier.-. I or pii. es ami
}>artl In.Idrow II. II. HUMvil.l.i:, lo k i. \
::, ^ttttolk, Va. my I 3t
jjNDEKTAKKII AND I ^l 1 \ l.MUlt.
Ji N. JUNICS.
Oihro 10S and r. .It. 173 Cumberland it rest,
AH " 'i<-i? 11 ?!.if.lv aiti iidc 1 i...
Ill' II ill 1 RAM ICS, AM sl I , MAV I IM-II.
1 hra.itifiil <!? <i. a? nd lowett jirura ii.r I'orlralii,
ralntmgs. IVut.r Colon, t'rarons, ?iigra*h gi "r
? nv dj o of i oiiiret ai NlStiAUM'S, Vis Malu
ncct, So lol . \ a
"J?AM~ IIAKP.ltY l:.. .!(.. nut retn'ar ?iiuare
J) i...i w. l.a .? Milk, Vienna Itve. tine (iiaaam
and V.e aa Cream Itrcad. Mai viand and rn.mn
J'luiir Hi .nit- a .,, i|?. lineal a- -t i. flit of nil
ahull o. Cakes, I'aMrr, < har.oite Itttsso'a Cream
J"U?'?, . !.'.
\IONKY TO I.KN'I) In amounts (o Mill on ,? ??!
Jlli. n-alcauir. i Will ITMC SAMS lurA-tf
HEW FACES Vul'i
tau lllenilahea,In l.'Jj p. i.t... n mn,
dnhu II. \\ onilburj ? K7\V.4-JttSI.,N. Y.
Inventor Ol tVoodbury s la. e.i Soap.
PRESCRIPTIONS ;rr:i,,: i [.
I Drngi, Patent Medicines. Toilel ??? ??
Clgan and Tobacco. W. Vi I'll i till'-. iii!
gtalinlieel_
mil KKNT
1;. Ut KEN r AT VlltHIMA HKACII fio ? J i Ol
4 in i? ti.l i r l i. a I'tiruishi d .oil i .? ..i" .? n't
Jiiiuu. with .hi .ii. . nit ins ns? el ??, . 'in hard
gaidm^; lakeii rgunnuiir| i posea aud boat hum
iiulet drhu Irmn hiilel and in i.ul > >?? ? ? t ??
Ad ircii I'. \V. M . ItM L l<oi 1 ?. Mr li u
ihylO-lu?
V II ItKN'l i Iva i I o I ru.ins, Itath, ? i.
1 jard,elalern und cltj asler, Shl.AOaai ulu
lefe n e rc<|Ultctl, I3't rnuiherlsiid ttreet.
Ill} 1 - r
ROOIVI FOR RENT.
?itiioi inn gentlnueii cut tdiiaina nicely tar
ahlid room, m-uu-i ?, , mul, wil? nil lubdurn
Sonvcalanecs, Ineluding balb, i::m and heal, with
jn ikreS mliiutci walk of the clMlrtc Hue. A. c.
1..tin* VDgluiau. nolo-tl
E ine Ml ! .
hoR>r:s \:w sale.
A ear 'n ut nl extra fliu i: nhl <? md Saddle
IloiMi "ii arrive al the Mo lol hoarding Sinhiaa.
si I'laiue it reel,
TUE*DAY, .M.\> Tie.
Ararocli:n <? to si cue tome Hilly war aided
extra fine haraes. niy.Vlw
Vmi:s.M.i: - W. li i,tu'.:, bed gioceTy and IU|itor
J tiUdnea? on Onocii mi el guml tea mi. rot ?
lug. Ap ly io w. lt. i fcN 11:1 ss, u Bank ?tri
lil> 1-1 iv
Administrator's No ice!
Notii o a berohy givon t at tho nndor
OiRiieii I.as duly qUslitieil aa administrator
01 tbo estate of tlio late Thomss M. l union.
AH parties having claims again it the said
eat its mo requested to pit s, ut Iboni tu n
properly autnonticated. at bio. 818 Church
gtroet, and ?II indebted thereto nr.' asked
to ii ttlo tame al on o.
BAR ?ND KIXTUltES and stork in store
tio ais 1 ii arch stroot will ho oilored for
auio ?d ii whole until MONDAY, May 13th
J, IV, CASH IN.
invio-3t Admintstrat ir,
LLetlger copy)
SilOlvS.
Jint arrived, a Inrp.. i n I eomploto stock
pf sprlnis goods in 'fan nnd Dlnpk for Ladies
end?entlouton a markod down prices at
m. J. MADDEN,
506 mm STREET. HbflRLY 0PP?SIU WOOD STREET.
NEWSY NORFOLK NiCKNftUKS
Items of General and Personal
Note from City Sources.
COMMON COUNCIL TO-NIGHT
State-Tennis Championship. Schooner
Sold. Weather Rockets. To Have
a Cable. The Massey Libel
Suit. Unknown Man
Washed Ashore.
J'air weather uud warmer.
Mr*. D. T. Guest left for Richmond
yeaterdny.
Mr. and Urft. James J. .Iohu6tou
buvti returned from their bridal lour.
I bo i iu.ilium Cuuucil holds an nd
jouruud meoting to-night,
Tho libeled schooner Sully Ann was
sold yesterday for $70.00 to Mr. J. A.
Gray.
Bishop Randolph preached at Emen
nel P. E. Obapel, this city, last nigan,
aud confirmed u class.
Oho "(Mil Maids' Convention" will
bo repeated nt tho V. M, C. A. iiall to?
night for buuelit of tbo Girls' Homo
und W. 0. T. U.
A movement, with Col. William
Lamb at the head, is ou foot look lug to
the oMuhlishmenl nt the cubic between
Cape Henry uud Capo Charles.
lion. John I .. Mas?oy left I ho city
yesterday morning for Cbarlotteaville.
Hu will return here Monday, when thu
Massey-Pilot libel suit will no callud.
Tho body of un uuknown man washed
ashoro at Currituok inlet yesterday
morning, Tbero wero uo papers or
ouylhiug by which ho could be ideu
tlQod.
I hu First Presbyterian Church has
clerical nil of tho old trustees, und to
tiil the vacancy caused by the ucuth uf
Mr, Goo. W. Bluet, have eleoted Mr.
G. P. Lyman.
The subuoner rigged sailiug yacht
Gilana, Capt. Iliggius, owned by T.
M, Clemeutf, uf Hutlaud, Vt,, uud
recently from thu West 1 unites, is here
awaiting orders.
Tho little Pcuohuroh Street boys de
feutcd tho Little Giauta by the Bcoro uf
IJ to Butteries for Teuchurch
Street, Blick and Woisel; for tho Littlu
Giants, Cnunnu mni Hawkins.
Mr. I. ,). Merritt will g<> tn Virginia
Hindi to-day by train, uuil from there J
to Kill Devil Hills, N. C. nu the |
.1. I? Joues, to inspect the steamer 1. I
,1. Merritt, aabore nt thut place.
Thu Bedford City, Vn., Tennis Olnb
nuunuueo they will hohl a toiiruumeut
to decide the lawn teuuis championship
l id Virginia both in doubles und singles
nt that plaoe on July i*.!i und 5th next.
1 hu l'ouug Meu's Society of the
Cumberland Street Methodist <? hurob
Una presented liev. A. ?, illedaoe,
their former pastor. who is now
stationed at Cbarlotteaville,a handsome
gold headed silk umbrella,
v 1 ho followiug were the viaitoia at
the Cotton Exohaugc yesterday: W.
M. Rowland, Athens, Go.; J. T, Me
Nuir. ( heraw, s. ('.; I'. i;. Huutley,
( heraw, ?, C; Ii. W. Harrall,Cberaw,
?. ( .: It. .1. Cobb, Greenville. N. ('.
The fourth lecture of Miss Blair'a
course will bo given Friday night,
May 10th, at 8:15 o'clock, at the resi
lieu.-ol Bishop A. M. Randolph, S?2
Preeniaaon street. Tho subject for the
eveuiug will be "Colonial Literature."
Mr. \i. H. Wright, agcut of the Mer?
chants' und Miners' Transportation
Company, liberated Bix niurc of the
Nuval Acatlomy (Annapolis) currier
Mguous hero yesterday morniug nt
10:U0 o'clock, from the Boston wimrf.
Iho United States Wenther Bureau
ia looking into the feasibility of the
use of rod.eis fur the geucral dissemi?
nation of hurricane warnings at night
Iboughont tho islauda ami coast re
gious hi meuns of u system ol rocket
stations,
Chief of Police King thinks he has
the gang who have been doing all the
petty stealing iu the city of late.
Detective Bust wood and Ollicer Curtis
have beeu at work ou Ibe matter, und
have Pix young n'groes awaiting u
hearing mi connection with the recent
robbories,
World's Columbian ? x intuition.
uns of value to the world by illustra?
ting the improvements in tho mechani?
cal arts und emiucut physioiaua "ill
tell you that the progress in medicinal
agents has been of equal im port slice,
and ns it strengthening laxative that
Syrup of Pigs is !nr in advance of ull
others,
A Knuorb and IliirlraloU ituuiiiv of
(.rc. ti i i ii
is now offered ut Burrows' Drug store.
A very ch ar, light uud beuuiilul color
iu its drawing quality, with a delight?
ful Iragranco, uusurpneaod by auy i oa
ever placed on the market, (>uly 80o
per pound. Usual price .SI. A trial
will Btirelvcommend this choicest of nil
tens. Mend fur sample.
? mi orliiiii (i> II it rar Owner*.
Until Juno Ist I nill tn at slock, free
of obarge. P, E. White, l>. V. 8.,
'Phone SJ*2?. Office McCicary a Mc
Ciclhiu'N Mahles, t niou street.
my I tf
Buttermilk and Ico Cream at Mne*s
Wo have a large assortment of Scotch
k u 11111 f.- s that uro very Btylish fur
spring, Nichols & Wullaco, 109 Mam
direct.
Have j on been to Goldman a Huf
beimer's, KH1 Main street-'
Por electric funn and ventilating fans
of nil kinds, address K. R. Cobb, No.
?j'j Roauoke nveune, Norfolk, Vo.
Try Murray's dinners and breakfasts
ROo, each. 1 hey ore tbo host in thu
IS tat o; 64 Rouuoko aveune.
Hoc our lino of MonhattaQ nogiigeu
slnrtM, they uru socoud to none.
Nichols & Wallace, Rill Mum street.
our >|M ( 111!
only this week. One dozen cnbinots
and largo portrait $3, Cnmpboll, 172
Main etreet*
1 he Virginian's Daily Hints;
-FOR
HOUSE-KEEPERS !
Biil of Fare
-FOR?
TO - MORROW,
M %'? Uli DAY, SI AW I I I II.
icorvmaHT.I j
Labor male. ? king of saan,
Aud orowm Uliu every day.
BREAKFAST. Oranges. Wlicnlena.
I Choped Beefsteak. I.jronnai* I'otatoet. Milk
'loot, lirahani bread, 1'od'ie.
Dir\ll\JE.F?. M... I. llUque s-itp Ilvster
< reckon < >lsl Mod wild [jitrniali .-f II me
Itadlnh. I'otatoei in Cr'nm Cranberry ..ell)
Wlil e ;.u>l lirabaiu Uread. Whipped t'reaui
I Tart?,
SUFF3ER. Kggson P?nal. Craliam Kraul, j
A|i|ile Marmelade wich i'iemi. Cookie?. Tea. i
MOCK BISQUk SOUP.
One ntnl dewed ttniui-o > ?trained. Seid one
quarl of milk Cook one iubler|>iKiiiiiil uornimrcb
In i?o labUspuoBfcfuU bullet ?I r slowly lulu but
milk I'ouk Bve minute-, ad-i lue atralued loiu.i
lov-, lervc.
brambleton.
Miss Oottle, ol Philadelphia, is the
guest of Mrs. ('. Elmo uillups, 222
Willoughby avenue.
The neighborsregretvery mtioli that
Mr. .1. \V. liom li's genial uud social
family bavo left tbu ward to reside iu
New Yuri, iu the ftitu re.
There is a desiro on tbo part of
mnuy citizens to see liaiulin avenue
opeued up from Clay to Turk in the
near future.
Tho children who are to take part iu
the crusade service,which will be given
by the Rosebud Society of iVlcKeudreu
t hurcb Sunday, May 12, uro requested
to to- et at the church this ultcmoou
promptly ut J o'clock. Tins will be
the last rehearsal,
"Dur Jewels," a society uf young
misses, of tho Park Avenue Baptist
Suuday-eobool, will give uu eutertutu
ineut to night in thu now room in tho
rear of the Church. A very iuterusliug
programme has been arranged consist?
ing of singing aud recitations by the
larger members of tho society. Admis- <
sioti 5 and lo cents.
The big job of putting windows in
the Mary P. Bulletitinu Home tor the
Aged lias engaged the contractor this
week.
The Laurels defeated tho Scrapings
Iho second tune yesterday afternoon
by scoru ol 22 to 2, l'ho feature ot iho
game was the heavy hutting of the |
Laurels, especially ih'it of Saudersou,
in uiakiug a home run a triple and a
double. Sauuders pitched Quo ball iu
the Ural two innings, striking out live
mou. Laurels: ltitus,22; hita.lS; errors,
o. Scrapings: imn-, hits, 3; errors,
5. Batteries: For Laurels?P, I'atem
I and Suuuders: for Scrapings, Allison
Brook, P. Lawler. Fisher und Lo
comptc. The Laurels meet the May
Uelde Friday afternoon opposite Uu
por'a plums. A good game is expected,
HUNTERSVILLE.
Mrp. R.T.Webster has been quite
indispose 1 for a week or two. and
nuder treatment of Dr. K. W. Baxter.
A literary und musical eutertaiutneut
is in preparation in come oil Tuesday
night, the Jlst instant, at MontetJore
Hall, fur benefit of the iluntersvillo
Methodist Church.
A great number of Norfolk rooters
crowd the outside of the enclosure ot ]
tuo Stale League P.irk at every u"ime. I
Huudreds of hands went out uu
wogims yesterday to pick strawberries
iu tuo county,
? I Hid Um Ittiaincaa.
Mr. J. R, Cobb, publisher of tho
Mirror, ut lirooton, N. Y., says: "For
nearly two years the Mirror has been
puhhtdiiug the advertisements of
Cbauibctlain's Itemedies. A few days
ago the writer was sit tiering from a
bowel trouble and resorted to au old
remedy which did not prove efficacious:
fn ally he tried Ch.imhei Iain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrbica Remedy und
I wo doses did tho business, chucking
it completely," For sulu by all drug?
gists.
TALENT DESERVES PRAISE.
An Ophthalmologist that Knows His
Business. Rev. Dr. M. D. Wharlon
Speaks.
Mr, Frank II. Gale, Jeweler;
Dc.\n Sir.: - 1 have had niv oyes
carofully examined aud glasses litted to
them by Dr. Week, under engagement
with you, und do uot lies:tnte to say
tbut lie has given me more satisfaction
than I have ever derived from any pro
vious consultation, and pronounco bun,
ii> far as 1 can judge, u master in his
profession. M. 13. Wiiauton.
Dr. Week is under engagement with
Air. Frank II. ISale, where be cnu be
found daily. Psamiuatiou free. Do
not fail to avail yourself of this grand
rm:i: m i r.n. Tins week Mr. (iuio will
oiler diamonds at reduced figures.
I'linios runtiM.
Cut this out and bring it with yon.
It is wonh s-1 on all orders over f}i, B.
S. Campbell, \~- Mum street.
lUittormilk and Ico ' ream at Mac's,
Have you been to Uoldman Sc Hof
boimcr's, 1U0 Main street.'
Have your thoughts turned toward
spring underwear'.' It so take u look at
our unequalled lino before buying,
Nichols a Wallace, 1(5!) Main streut.
Pot electric finis und veutilutmg fans
of all kinds, address K. U, ( obit, No.
22 Uoonoks avenue, Norfolk, Va.
Romember us when buying your
spring suit, par excellence in tit and
workmanship. Nichols ,VWallace, 10'J
Muni street.
If yon want watches, clocks, jewelry
or silverware call oo Browu a Wolf,
successors to H. It. Siuith, 11 Bank
struct.
Elave you been to Goldman ? Bot
heimer'e, 100 Mam street?
A beautiful line of Bolt blicklos just
in, New patterns, Chapmau & Juku
?u, I
A Letter
just to hand says : " It is
needless for me to ex?
press my high opinion of
Pearline. and that no
clean family lives
without it." Thousands
of letters come, praising
Pearl inc, but they don t
all put it so strongly.
We wouldn't want to,
ourselves. We don't
say that things can't be
made clean without
Pearline. But we do say that things
can't be made clean with so little
labor and so little damage by any
other means. /And we want to say
that, loudly. Millions use Pearline.
Only a short time ago they rubbed and scrubbed and
hissed in the old-fashioned way without it.
Peddlers ami some unscrupulous rjrneors will tell
you, " this is as pood as " or "the same a>; Pearl?
ine." I T'S FALSE?Pearline is nevei peddled; ii
imitation Itenonort?undit bark ni JAMKS PVl.K. N.Y.
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//L ^ U tM/lirtl
fttif ftf/mi ,lh
?7A /i^/lvr lv?ti- 4>\
'//'?? (//if rfH|(t,
your grocerSend lyn
decorated dinner sets This Week Only.
'' ?Wte??Ur..v..r...,. jqhNSTOIN china. CO.
p. Jacobs & bro, :;..;;;?;::^:;:'?;^7,:r::,;;,:?'::^,:;::^^;:;?t? s&\
? rrs ..i Norfolk on all kind* of neiional prek?r at alow rata of ini<r?s. ata!' O rS
.inuioailoo* will I* pioroptir al leaded 10 vv Vi>
ahr Aim IS TO please all. w'.;ii7.,n.<7 \,":'\., I.^1^?^
\J Id the line of protie>' I? the new pnlvtrlalnt; maohlnc, sp clallj fin ihiM ilinirlna code* ?.round
teri tin . Coin- ? ? It * at ' i i 1-11-t attention kItco ovcrj..' ?.?CA I ATLANTIC AND PACI?
FIC TEA i IIMPA N V, i" Mn
ice cream mim n-minmi water coolers,
ANI> A
f"lj(_!rsie; of stoves, ranges and tirsiw/\f?e:
l in ltooiltiK. Rtttti ? ins;, Bpotiting and .ioi> Work promptly attondad 11.
THE COLUMBIA STOVE COMPANY, 119 Bank Stroet.
E. II 01 'I N HAL. Manager.
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK!
A ' ii" - '. ;ir i orn 5c |i i aa
Kreuch I'niuca, four poundi -or ;Jc.
I n in h Sardin a, M n < ? nn
Aprh nla tw.? i an i for 85 ?
i ! in Creamery r. itti i. i ?.? par i nun i.
'Phone 209. CH AS. A. MORRIS, cor. Church & Holt St.
SPARKLING CHAMPAGNE CIDER!
A HEALTHY DRINK FOR WINTER OR SUMMER. M.id.-r of Pu. c Frulls.
Keeps an) Icugth ol time, A dcltoiom ilrmU. Sold iu hulk or bv bottlo, All drst
class grocers keep it, t'ui ol tonn ordern will receive prompt at iitloii.
CHAS. H. PLUMMER, Prop'r,
Works l.'oruoi Aveuita Unud Church streot.
LAFFLER'S SS THE PLACE.
FURNITURE, CARPETS. STOVES,
LATEST STY I.KS, MATTINtiS, A KG A NO ItANV.ES,
LEAUTIF?L SUITS, I'OltTI Kit) S ste. SU.U.UBIt 8 lOVES.
At the Verj Lowest Figure*, for Oasli or luola linout. Take vom eboio .
.TO). I-?JE"JE"Xjs3E5K.<
?JIM and -* I Church ltr?*L
Family Marketing!
1 le lie.-: Mci's Poultry, Vogot .1?to?< i .mit.? i (lo ids ean bo ha 1 ut
lSASS'-T AI "\ 8 .-V :\i . \ EC -:. ? ;'r 'I'i.laDAY.
We g t i rerythiup, trenn rial to.l hi tl>o lowest fig re,
H. SCHLOSS, Proprietor.
100 SPRING L-AIVIBS.
Purchased on pasture. They sis something ic.illy cboioe, and will I'o served to the
triulo br
j. 8. bui, jr., x co.. Queen dim cnurcn wm.
Telephone c, Uoods delivered free. Alto Prime Beef, Veal. Sausage, Lard, Paeon, oto
MARKETING TO-DAY !
t?3~i>o you want some (Inns' wee in the way ol marketing to-day'- A moa
Smithfield Ham. Fine Beef or Fine Groceries !
If so. teo ?hat wc havo. Cubit talks ami we soli low. s. i. win r F. ma IST. A sent.
S I., COrBlII Chor Ii nil I Chat lotto KtreotS
FRESH FISH
FRESH FISH
FRESH FISH
FRESH FISH
FRESH I
OYSTERS, FISH and GAME.
line Mm.I and ollu-r Ci-li in l' real variety.
Retail at 31, 3 2 and 33 City l isli Markfit
A. Bullock, Assent,
?lsii I "w"csrsaw?^
.?icu I ,,, ,. ... > 4 aud 6 Campbell's Wbarl
Ion J iii.ruii f curlier ol Washington aud llrowsr ttreet
RUPTURE OF niEN. WOMEN* HKD CHILDREN
Permanently Cured In Thirty Days.
No Knife. No Pain. No Honey Until Cured.
i80 M^i . Sticct, Every Ti csday and Saturday from io A. M. to i P. M.
Beginning May 7th, 1895.
NORFOLK RUPTURE CURE CNffAIT,
hic.iifStAWAItnS \t
AM. expositions
Pure Be r brewed 1 -lav.
Ilottla.l eipreailjr for fatalist
HfiS HO EQUAL
CONSULTATION IT.I.r.
rauKcc Beer.
HONE. 507. 7?. BETTZ S Pile
J. El. FULFORD, Sole Agent.
Ofi-.-j e in Pellvorr lor I'rivato Families.
S. BACHRACH & BRO.
id
Lowest
Rates T
Liberal
Advances T
OLD GOLD REFiNERS AND ASSAYERS |
WE PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE 'FOR OLD GOLD.
l>o not t
yon out
nt fiierifive nnv old gold that vo'.l may USVC, bnt ?rite on to call on yon and give
nrlcrs Wo roeeivo old gold from any pari of the Unite I SUtos, and if amount
allowed i? uol satisl otorj ?o \ ay oxprosa charges both ways and toc.iru package tu earns
eonditiou us re ot\ed.
S. ISaclireicli <& Bro.,
jL&io Ctitiroli Street*
WIDE AWAKE T
The demand for Low Cut and Tan Shoes is so great
1 that nearly every wholesaler and retailer in the country is
[short on this very class of goods. Not so with us. Last
Winter everything looked gloomy when the ground was
|snow covered, labor ami leather was cheap. Manu acturers
were fairly hogging for work. We took advantage of the
situation ami piled in our orders lor Summer Shoes. In
[consequence, we are selling many of our seasonable Shoe
lines for less tnan other dealers arc buying similar qualities
for.
HERE ARE A FEW SHIEING EXAMPLES !
?aeisstoasttatoo aaooaaee o
% Ladies' Low Shoes.
5 (>.\ford Ties. .1 idiots, %
ami Low-button %
I I and Welt 01 Turn Soles, %
? On the prettiest shapes, %
()i finest black kid or %
tt lovely shades of tan. *
? Present Vali c, S2.50 and $3.00. a
OUR PRICE, $2.00. I
otoKGsnoecf acooaoes-soeoocc"
? I 1 at her-weight lies
? oi soft, vet durable, o
? Black 01 Tan I eat her, 2
? in all popular shapes, t
? o
J Present Vail e, $2.00. O
o OUR PRICE, $1.50. g
s ?
"?8<5?(jr*0e?0f)fl?l)3O0(S9O81ICJ(1
o
o Comfortable, serviceable ?
? ?UfiirvooeooscoQOOBoeaMae*
I Men's Tan Shoes. ?
? 10 different shapes
J "Gem" Hand-sewed, ?
e Light or Dark Shade $
c Tan, Calf, or Vici Kid, S
o ?
? Laced and (jaitcrs. S
% Oxford l ies of good
Dongola, with patent tips
o or tan genuine goat.
Present Value, $1 and 51.25.
OUR PRICE, 75c.
? o 9 ? t o ? e o ? 4.1 ? ? ? ? ?
? Present Value, $4.00. O
1 OUR PRICE, $3.00. ?
a ?>
g Boys' Tan Shoes. 2
o Good, shapely, durable ?
o Heeled or Spring Heel I
S Soft Tan Laced Shoes. &
O O
O) Present Value, Si. 50. aj,
S OUR PRICE, $1.25, S
B ?
(?0000OUi>r.'('^OO008?O30?89a?O
g Gl El's Ton und Low-rutguess. ?
? Misses' and Children's g
^ Russet (ioat Boots, ?
g Patent Leather. Black, ?
? I an. or White Sandals ?
S or Ties, ?
Present Value, 31.50. ?
OUR PRICE, $1.00. ?
?ii?oocsciooi!ioaooeceaoeea?o?
o 0
164 Main Street, Norfolk. 220 High Street, Portsmouth.
'Jl?<
I [ctcld iilQ^t O a\l 1.51? i 1 < Ii > s (Srstiiby ??ti?*3*3ta.
Shorthand, Bookkeeping,Typewriting, Penmanship,
i re., KTC, Bid.
Now la llio tinin to atiter if you rant to tako n position in tbu full. Elec:ant rooms
Overlo k nt; Norfolk harhoi Slu ouN .1 mined it any time, ludin nal instruction,
vacation during the summer, i'ui ttruu?, o dl ou or addroia,
I. W. PAT TON, Principal.
FOR SALE.
We oflot ?mim uf (hu most ?leslrs.b!?
IftVuiilmeutu now ou tho marital.
No. Hi. dranuy ureei.
No. 2X1 ami SliM Bute ittroot.
'I eiiniuoiit rental propi ruim on Church,
Baiith, WllloUKhhy, . rtuin i?nd ltniloy
?tr. ul?
\aoa' t lot- uu i unuiore. I rmmr,
l'rlnresa Anne. J lum ? lliveraiilo, Wind
eor and New 1 aatlt- BtrociH, and Park.
Willonghbv, t'Mitral an i P. winiuo?. und
tusu> in oi'. at Lauibcrt'a 1'oiut.
FOR RENT
Cottaire nt Virgin a Ueaoh.
Htore IU Union atroet.
Houae 5 OUeau strout.
Iloiisre on Uormuda atraat.
Iii>uaa ii i i ooih atreot.
House A vom o a lluuterarille.
onici'h .m i sleeping apartments oa
Ovsunv atreot.
Lour of now nocsss 1'. A. nveuua es?
too n it
.no. ft l.oyall'a laue.
titheen un ground floor, <l? Main atraet
Ctie i to nun rtpplicmi*. ?
New hoiiHe. Itiveraiile, 7 rooms and
stuhle (3 aUlla), $13.50.
John E. Doyle.
John F. Small.
DOYLE & SMALL,
146 Main St.,
Cllend o: Old JUtUot Bquare.)
HAVE. OPENED WITH AN ENTIRELY
FvJElW STOCK
-OF
FINE SHOES,
Trunks, Traveling Bags
and Valises.
Which will be sold at a moderate profit.
ai.'2'.i Ira
50 dozen lnuudricd rereale Shirt?
waists ior Ladies at l!3c,
?OO yards Embroidered Flouncing,
J7 aud 40 iuobes wide, former price
T?e aud $1.25 per yard, will seil this
week at ;>;io a yard.
40 iueb wide Black Lawn, with bor?
der, worth 12'e, will be sold this week
at 5c a yard.
A new lot of Shirting Calicoes at 3a
a yard.
EVI. WEINBERG,
TIS AND SHEET IRON WORSES,
s. K. lll'lKiKS, inn man fur twenty je*r? Iu ilu
firino Howard 4: Odku'lial, his op<n*'l im
for bili?s If >."'. tu M?i:i .trc t. Ilo I? i>rapnn4 to
do all work Intl.? TIN amtSUEKT lK'-M . u
Uoo!lii(!, ?iut t,r in.-, j ii. I Spouting
Htiiifrs, Furnaces and l.atiotioi a ?p??-! .,p y. Oi< et
For This Week.
252 CHURCH STREET.
loltclto 1.
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