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Refused to Buy Chemical Eng
for Fire Department. Select Council Held an Unimportant Meeting Last Nipjit. There Were No Measures of General Pub? lic Interest. Will Hold Ad joumed Session Tuesday. A meeting of the Select Couoeil was held last night with tue president, Mr. Winston in theehair uod tin1 udlowiug members present: ?oodrid e, Hess ley, Bunting. Uriggs, I'rince, Cooku. Mallorv nud Itolluud. The miuuusof I lie last meeting > f this I rani li were read aud approved. The minutes of the lost meeting of the t.'ommoti Council wcr^i read uud concurred in 11- >?< I ?s to i be roilowiug: The select Couuoil refused to vote the money to purchase n ohemical engine for the l ire Department. 'Ihe petition ot ti e deaiers in milk to be relieved id the lux ol 15 cents per day on each wagon, which was laid over i>v the Common Counoil, ??> grautcd l-v tIjis brauch. Upon the proposition to pavu Var mouth street, colonel Waller ii. Tay lor addressed ihr t otiucil, which ro fnstd to concur iu orderiug tlio im? provement All properly spproved bills were paid, BUii tbe Couucil adjourned to meet next Tuesday night. A PleHeunl lllitli ai Hin icnrrnr. The lictteat for the Siels was the essne of n puueaut u IIa it last evening, Miss Stanberger, the superintendent of the nurses lor the pa^i year, severed her connection with tie iustituliou yestetdoy, nnd ber associates wishing to show their appreciation ol her kiud< ness tu tbttu, nrrauged to give brr a reception, which uus a grand success. There wns music nud [lowers und re freshmeirs lu abiindaticc, uu i many were ihe happy wishes expressod lor the futtiro oi Miss Stanberger, who will leave her. Thursday tor New York, ?here she wilt locate. Miss Stonbrriicr came to tho Retreat from Mount Siuia Hospital, New York, about a year ago, sn.ee whioli time ehe has hi en a faithful worker uu,l u must exceptional nut sc. lly hi r geu tleucss ol muniur and devotion to her w:-rk she baa mado mauy Inuutls, aud last evening's aiTinr was but * ptuof of the esteem >n which she is held. '1 he reoeptiou UBS tendered her by the nurses and retlccied credit upou lU. m. Auoiber pleasing feature uns receipt by Miss Stanberger ot numerous baud some presents from outside people whom she hud nursed at one lime uud another aud their it it uds, AtViUSblViLNTS. Concert and Lectcuk,? What promises to be a gain night indeed in military circ.es in unnouueed lor to? morrow night wheu the I'wiu Cities "TOO" ami ?li tin- military iu handsome uuiform will turn out uud the Academy of Music will i<b titled with odo of thu largest and the handsomest atldieuees over within its walls. Tho lecturer, ex-Gnv bob Taylor, stands without ti peer u> u speaker und orator uud his lecture "l'he Piddle ami the Dow."has wou the most lavish lira so wherever n hu- been ttelivered. An excellent eouoert by local talent will preceed the lecture. Prices admission, 20c and 50o. lie serveit seats, 75?, Cun t s.?tif the parent Wallace shows which will exhibit bore on tue bist Instant, an exc mice soys: 'Tho col lection of annuals with the great Wal? lace Shows is valued at 551.0 0,000. They have, fot the most pstt, been imported direct by the show from the Congo Free Slate through their ageul Matewayo Komatsu, who has his uuu tera ull through that country. out * pceln: Solu Continued at Prices us advertised iu Sunday morning*.- paper, The ladiet who took advantage of the bargains were pleased, aud wo hope told thoir friends about them. Come early if you intend lo buy. Will open tins morning oDe case Lancaster check gingt,um, So quality, you can Lave them al .">. . *>o pieces cotton crash, worth 5c, they go at 3c yard. Some iott of tbe summer ?kirts, 19c each, ami there are others iu, plenty just us cheap, at Levy liros., 171 Mam street. Agreeublv Miriirieed. "1 had a very severe cold on my lungs that caused much soreooss and gavo me cous durui le uneaeiuess in re? gard to the result." anya Mr. T, C. Smith, of Billerica, Mass. "A local druggist called my attention to Cham? berlain's Cough Hemedy, auA on his recommendation i guvo'tho remedy it careful trial. The tesult surprised me; I recovered ebtirely in ihrer- tluys." '2~> ano 5? ceut bottles for tale by all . druggists. Have yon been to Oi idiuau & ilof beimer's, 10 I Main stroi Iville.t l>v I.iclit. William Duck, colored, while on his way to market yesterday morning, was struok by lightuing wtiun uenr Arthur Herbert's store,iu Pi ueesi Aunecouu ty, about five miles from Ihu cit>\ He aud the mule hu was driving were both instantly killed. When fouud the man's clothing was on lire and the mole was bleetiii - from the nose. T he bolt torn up a hole iu tho shell road bed large enough to put a mau iu. Tho curt was not damaged, but several posts of u fence neur I y wore splintered. W. &: W7~R. H. -to MEMPHIS. THE RAPPAHANNOCK LINE. Mr. Williams and Norfolk's Business Men Agree. Tue Baltimore Sun says thut ".Mr. Henry \\ il i?ine, president of the \VeemV Line ol st? ?cn hosts, hua re* ceived u copy of au sgreemeut (rouitho Business Men's Association, ol Norfolk, ttxii g form? (or tiie opening of u new steam in at r. uti' from Nor talk to Fred eriekshnrg, sud the Isodiugs on the Bappnhauuock river. The proposition has loon iieeepteii hy .Mr. W i.Iibuih nud ti e new route will probably bo opened Boon. T ins will be good news for the busi? ness tueu of Norfolk, us it will udd to their trading territory nearly a do/.eu couuties heretofore cut oil entirely for ??Dt of Irsnsportstiou. a part of tho sgreemeut is ti nt the liua shall make regular trips, so that the shipping iu t. rc-i sud the passenger travel will ho eucouiaged aud developed, I'o secure tins hue Air. Williams had to tie tudcuiuitied to the tune ot $10, 000, but soiito ol Norfolk's most euer getic nod progressive citizoua believe it was the best day's work the Business Men's Association overdid lor the city, It is believed, aud uitu good reason, that a very large pan ot the trade ol this section, which heretofore baa gone to Baltimi re, Will Lo diverted to Nor- | folk, in d that a well conducted lino of steamers will pay from the very btiut, i icrium <>i ?nno.tr?. Tho Seamen's Friend Society has elected tho following olUoers: Col. William Lamb, presiilsut; Charles BeiO, lirst vicu-presideut; l?r, J, B, Audersou, second vice p.esidcul; Johu B. Jenkins, treasurer; A, B. Brougb ton, secretary; L, e i.?y Kilby, assistant secretary. : Hi: MAKAOKItS Alt!-: Presbyterian Church ' has Heid, W IJ BeyuoldH, Luther Sheldon, B W .--iiiitns, a I'. Broiighton and II Li Bug null. Methodist Church?S N Brick bouse, M L 1 l>avis, ti \V Hilbert, F Odeud hid, Ur J N Wehster aud L Liny Kil? by. baptist Church?Dr L B Anderson, Walter A Edwards, c J Creekmur, .1 B ?leukius, James L Etheredgs und U J Wli.l-HI.--ol'. Episcopal Church Colonel William Lamb, It II Hu,., r. Sr, J \\ Hunter, IJ r Lnyall, It M Hughes, L>r H M Nusu and \V C W bittlo. The anniversary meeting of tho so? ciety will lio held nt Clrauby Streut M. E. Church uexl Sunday afternoon ut l o'clock. Rev. A. Coke Sm?b, l>. P.. will deliver the address, and the choir, under the direction ol 1'rof. hoi-rucr, win furnish the niusio, tn roii nt iir?. JhIiii \. tvdloti. T he death of (bis Ostimable lad?,tho wife of Mr. Win. I?. Aydlotl, occurred yesteiday afternoon ut 4:50 o'clock at the family resideuco, Arlington I luce, Bramblelou, alter u brief, but painful Muess, which she I ore with a t bria ttuu lurtilnde, in keeping with b r life, 1 iie announcement of her death will lie leurued with pain by a large circlu of acquaintances w o were attached to tier by reason ol h r many sweet traits of character. She was a consistent Chris? tian, the true wife, devoted ami loving mother, aud sincere friend. To Iho distn ssed ami afflicted family the sym? pathy ol the community goes forth, 111> was tho mother of Mrs. It. E. Tur uer, W. Li. and Charles 8, Aydlott.aud two younger child reu, She was for many years a mom I er of the Cumber laud Street M. F.. t barch, The date of luuerui wul be uunouuoed to-mor row. Kpc? ml Itata ii? Hllli la~ll. N? I'? The Seaboard Air Line anuotincosa rate of S3.till lor round trip ticket to Raleigh, N, ?to accommodate the oiti/eua of Norfolk und viciuity who desire to attend the unveiling ol the monument in honor of tho Confederate ticmt Monday next, May l!Olh, I'his is a rate that is very reasonable ami mil no doubt In- appreciated by nil true wish to attend North Carolina's great day. Pimm I ile.i. ? ouniel for the Pilot Publishing Company to day tiled a demurrer to the entire libel bid mid to ouch count thereof, and also picas of not guilty, privilege and jtntilicatiou. The srgu nient of the preliminary questions raised by the picas will lie heard by Judge Premiss on Tuesday next. I In- lUiUilitOli ? le laviirmice Socl Is tho strongest Lifo Insurance Com? pany in thu world. A. My Kits, Manager. SPECIAL SALb SILKS. I - This Week, Wright's I9G Mam Street. 2?c, 8Pe, -i^c, 60c, 58c, ?'.'c, T?c, 79c, and SI. Sea lust r-nuday's Xir. GiXlAN lof cut price list on other goods, Witiuu i's 190 Main street. ?pecilil u>r i Iii? \l, el,. Sterling silver belt buckles SI, und reduction on all better grades. Sterling ? silver waist cots, sleeve buttons, studs I and collar buttons, 7.Y- sot; side combs, 50o i air. Spionier goods special tins I week. Chapman a Jakeiuuu, cut! iiii,1 llavl Twenty oars of choice l'imitby atnl mixed bay on track. Must be aold. 1), F. Leid a" Bro. J Have you been tu Goldman ? Hof heimer'a, POO Msin street? ItOIIL'll l< ?? e W noli ll. Five thonssud bushels, highest mar? ket price. 11, E, Owen, 27?, ?TT, -7'J Water street, i n in ol.eii c is making special inducements on all his Hr?t quality photographs; also on I ? erayun uud color portraits, 172 IM u:n street. .Buttermilk and ice Cream at Mao's, Im D ABOUT II cm Mere Mention of Minor Local Happenings. Robbed the Catholic School House. The Masonic Temple Case A Large Shark Captured. Re? fused to Prosecute Pur cell. Other Notes. Pair and cool weather to day. Kev. It, Ai Robiusu? is iu Now I York. Rev. ('. N. Donaldson has taken hi9 1 family to Atlanta to live. I hu straightout Dotnoorats had a rally at Lumbort'a Point in t utght. I uu commencement oxeroisma of the Hampton Nortuul School hcgius thu ",01b. I he housemen of the city Fire De pitrluiuut huvo douuod their suiuinur hats. .Miss Fannie Oohn loft this alturnoou for Miiloik, Va., where shu will visit li lend-. lhu thundei storm early yesterday morning wc.s uucoui] auied by hull as well a? ruin. .Mr. Doc Rull tu's stenui yacht Leoua made tliu trip to Old Point yesterday in one hour nod seveuteou miuutcs. It is saitl mat o >.o U will be the amotiut required to erect the electric plant ut "Oakwood Para." The P.pworth League, of Ceuteuery M. Id. < liurub, cuutiueled thu services tu the Uuiou Mission hint night. Cnrd-iare out for the marriage ol Miss Auuie Reuse, of Priuco George coiiuty, nud .Ut, L. li. Lester, of Nor? folk. A deed was recorded yesterday from .). D. Roper to W. B, Roper, transfer? ring u lot on Vutuiuutli sttuel. Con? sideration, $1,500. I he, meetings being held in Norfolk county tu Opposition to tho lu.s uu ticket are well attended, uml consider? able enthusiasm in manifested. Miss Grace C. Browu, ul KG Lovitl'a avenue, is visiting Mrs. Dr. Smith, uoe .Miss Auuie Wbaley, at Plymouth, N. t'. .M ss Brown Will be ubsuut about a mouth. lhu l.aurals won their sixth straight game yi stt rdny afternoon irotn the \ irg ninus by n scorn uf 10 to ". Rut ter.es. P. Tatetn, Saundera aud Sau derion; i bapthau ami Sawyer, Tha meeting of the management of ihe Reireul lor the Mick, auuounoed for lust nicht at Uran by .Street Church wus not held. Au 'attempt was mado about 11:30 o'clock iMoutlay night to rob ihe rest deuce ol Mr. llodges, -.OS Bute street. I he thiel was dctooled opening a trunk, i ut escaped. 1 tie lisbiug schooner P, A. Fricssou, Cnpl. Ericsson, arrived hero yesterday from t line lluii.ras with u snark be tween eight und ten feet long, caught with a hlUellsb hook and line. 'inn ViitoixiAN acknowledges tho ro ceipt <<f an iuvitatiou to a let d the ex cruises of commencement week of the Chowau Baptiat Peiualu Institute, Mur Ireeshnro, N. G., 27th to 2!'tb <?i May. The second trial ot the Masonic Tern pie case, involving the ownership of a stiip ot laud between thu Masonic temple aud Mr. Burtou Myers proper ty.wasbeguu iu tue City Circuit Court y esierday. Vesterday morning u thief went to the Catholic School on Holt streut uml represented h tiusel I a- having been Hint by the 1 no Department to put in a lite alarm, lie t;ot into tue hou.se aud stole S70. I he bed boy Ranks, employed nt the Mansion House, who was assaulted by the BltlgglUg bull player PiirCell, was iu tbe Police t ?? ?'rt yeaterday, and said be d ?! iiui desire to prosecute Puroell, und the case was dismissed. Tho charges against killen Bellamy, colored, lot keeping a house of ill repute in Bull .-. i ourt, were heard by I the Polico ?Iuslico yesterday, I'hu old woman ?as tlismissod, but ihrooyouug colored women louud in her place were beuMly lined. I In- Mill III i Kcitt ?i.aller?. A t ews dealer was before tbe Police Justice yesterday charged with selling papers ou Sunday. lie was repre? sented by Mr. Samuel \V, Small, and Ihe defence was that only papers were sold to regular subscribers. Olllcor Snyder ieslitled that bo di reeled ii stranger to the place Sun? day who desin ll to buy a paper :tud hu uudei Rio id i hut he got it. M, Uleiiunn, it Tim Vikoinian*, wa? intioducud by the defeuce nod saitl I lint iu i is judgment the publication of a Sutiduy paper preveuts a larger nbservatice ol the Sabbath tbnn would a Mouday paner; that ii he published it Mouday paper his employes would have in ?oik a large part ol Sunday, Mr, litiglt M. Murray, ? i the Land mars, aus introduced uud agreed with Mr. Glr-uiian. Ine court dismissed the case and de? emed that newsdealers can have u reu Ronaldo time in which to deliver oily papers aud out of loan papers to regu? lar customers, but i he i out t held thai the Si Ilm^ ( f merchandise of uuy kiud IS a Mobil ion ol t he law. ? ?> \ pp. ut i ii 11 en. Mr. Joeeph Seelinger, who keeps a bar anil ordinary on .Main street, was before the Police Justice yester? day charged w,th keeping his p.ace open after 12 o'clock nt night, lie defeuce put in a plea that having uu ordiuary or hotel liceuae be hud a rigi.t to furnish custo? mers liquor at Ihm table-, 1 tie Justice decided that ??* thu lunch counter and tables uro in thu bur room doing bust ; ; ut-ss therein utter 1 J o'clock was n vio latiou of tue law und u line of f.lj.00 was Imposed, and th? defendants noted au appeal to the Corporation Court, Agents for the Libbey cut eins-. The finest cutting- foi lhu lowest price. Chapman & Jukeman. Have you been to Goldman & Uof heimer'a, 100 Main att*v.. FAIR n i; ? i iii.ic i. I vrccail l??r I o-?1i?t. WatlllSOION. Ol CVay 13, ISM. for V'frtlola: r'nlrj wsruion.nerlberr* irlads, bccuiuiuR v.*. IvMir. K?r North Carolina: K?lri winui; uorihtrlj ? m li, iiecoiuiug variable. i.m at itlaiuorwloalesu Hutu. [rOB 21 hou11m BKDIXO 8 O'CLOCK I.AST MiittT.I U. ?. Dkpaii i mi n r or Aouicultubk, Wi t1 ii i.it D iiv: vi', Local Oftice. I.'oilauu itiul ling, Nontoi.K. Va., May II 1895, ) Maximum (em| eraturo. ,;"i Minimum lempui*atuie. I> Nurmiil temperature deducted i> om '.tu earn o ? en . uon. C5 Departure fr.nu normal . ? " Accuiuuhit i departure Tor the mouth plus 6 AcuumulatO'l danat turo siuoe Jan. 1 ? Sletl Precipitation, nineties. .uj 'total i i ecipit itiou siu-o 1st?! tbo luouib. 9 'iJ J, J, QraT, Observer. >?.?v Mirk I nu ll mirki l. Uv Southern AHHiioiatu.l l'rini. New 1'ohk, May II. b'ruit ami vegetable Market. Strawberries iu light receipt nnii tirm with a good aale, t hath'Hinu I'uhuagcH aud Florida beaus in fuir receipt but ull other vegetables arrived sparingly. Strawberries, Nor lolk, gooit to prime, quart, !0ai Ic; do North Caroliua, lauuy, l-ialuiqdo do otbors, Oalttc; do Charleston, fancy, Hiaisc; do iio others, l?alOo; do .Mary laud, lair to choice, l2aL-c. Asparagus, cvtni, dozen bunches, SI.25; do others, tilluSl, Meets Florida, crate, V.'ia $1.25; tin Charleston, 100 buuobes, SJal. Cucumbers, New Orleans, dozen, 3ns do, Florida, crate, 7;"u? 1.75; dodo husket, $1.2?a2.25, Celery, Now Orleans, dozen hiuIUn, !)5aft~>c. Lettuce, Nut lids, baskut, 30a50o; do do barrel, if>caSI,25. Cabbages, Florida, barrel. $1.50a2.50; do Charleston, barrel crate, $'2,75; do North Caroliua do, S'J.u'J.'O; do Norfolk, barrel, Sl,75a'-'.?0. string beans, Florida, wax, crate, 75ca$1.5(l; do no basket, 75caSL75; do do green, crate, 50ca$l.25; basket, 75caSL50; do Charleston, wax, basket, S2.5Ua3.00; do green, S2a2.25, Tomatoes, Florida, carrier, SLaL.'.O, do Key West do i$ 1. ao". 50, l':il.r a I rial'a <} n o ? u 11 on ?. Special Dispatch to tho \ ir_-iu.au. Nbw VoBK, May 13,?St raw berries, fam y, 13u(&]5o; prime, 9e(ri !2o; cab base, $1.00 u S2.00; lettuce, barrels, 60o (^$1,25; baskets, 20c@40c, Palmlu & Frost, < in- !. riniii ? Iqiior < ?ru|iaur. Judge Banckel chartered yesterday tbu Norfolk Liquor Couipauy, the pur? poses of which arc to oondnot the wholesale liquor business, compound ami rectify liquors, etc., construct aud operate distilleries ami breweries Virgiuia, etc, The capital stock is to be not loss than ?111,000 nor more than $100,000. The ottlcors are: Edward Mahonay, presideut; J. E, A Ion, ?eo relary and treasurer; the above and 1'howias Kevin, .1. O. J^ubar aud E, L. Mabuuey, directors, ?i in- i>i,i tin i?t.. There will be a called meeting of "Old Maids" Weduesday afteiuoou, at ? o'clock, at No. 181 Charlolte street. Every one must come, us a very impor? tant mutter must be settled. A lull re? hearsal of the drill gtris of the "Old Maids' Convention" will tako place I btirsday afteruoou at < o'clock, I.very little gin is asked to respond to tiie call, uo this will bo the last ro bearsal, A ?.|i eilv araii r. Hon. L. L, Keitum, member of Vir ginin state Legislature and practising an at 2 >7 Conriland street, Baltimore, Md., says iio Used 1, uratol on a out a inch had been bothering him a week I ami found it a speedy healer. 11 s opinion is that LJuratol is all that is ? la me 1 in removing soreness uud heal lug wounds. .lie w umu Sole III 111 M reel. (loo. I>. Chase, 171 Mem street, hut bo is oil the tight sido of prices. Fine line of watches, chains, etc., belt buck? les and silver novelties. Prompt at teutiou given to ad kiuds of repairs, t ?7,17II.80J Mir| Ina. T ho i 111111ii111o Life Assurance Socie? ty lias nearly twice its much surplus as any other liie insurance company. A. MVKItS, .Manager. li Oiil tin- Itii.iiicts, Mr. J. H. Cohb, publisher of the Mirror, at Brnetou, N. V., sais: "Fur nearly two years the Mirror has heeu Publishing tue advertisements of CbatnbeiIain's Iteuiudius. A few days ago the writer was t>ti tiering from u bowel trouble aud resorted to an old remedy whi ih did not prove etlioacious; liually bo tried Gliamberluiu's Colic, Cholera and Diarrlma Beiucdy and two d.. es did the business, check ng it cnmpletoly," For sale by ull drug? gists. l or e Bi'lric fans an I ventilating fans of all hind-, address K. It; (Jobb, No. 22 Koauuke avenue, Norfolk, Va. Itemember us win iu buying your spring mi t, par exceileheu iu lit and workmanship. Nichols & Wallace, 109 Mum street. See our linn of Manhattan negligee shirts, thev are second to none. Nichols & Wallace, 1 I Main street. AVDLOTT?At tli^ resiitence o licrhtii ba.nl. No. 2 Arl n-.i..|i lace, ltiet uy. Sy i nh. at 1: up in. 'is. i LlA A., Wife Of \. kil am I?. Aydlott, u. e ;.| \ ears, t u -utns H I i I t ll?\H. ' 1-' uoral will take p'ace THIS i e,h;os uy i A* ' i IL.OON ..i l:i o lock rum Utitnu r IsniiStrce Method si itinrch. KrieuTs ami a.-1 aint-iiicos arc retpect tally iu He.i t utteil . L iig' i .iu i Ne ls copy. 1 LILI.l.-T.iN rtlnhliuly. Kv 1 tit. Mrs. ISAI OIL. i Li Is UN! lelo?ed wifi of I o ert li. Lihia.ua aged 4- j o us an 1 J uiuntbt. he timer I hoi iee ? will in ... u) tee ?t the ni ence. Hit Washiugtou -met, Tills (We no da ) Al'TB .Mi ? . at . ii .*lo tic. I rli a >s aim n ? iiaiutitiices are raipectfu ty i iuvite.1 io attend. > [livskiuond papers please Qf\g-1 CONQUERED BY The defeat of} Mexico by Zachary Taylor was not more complete than the "conquest" ol Nor? folk's best dressed men by THE HUB'S $10 WHIPCORD CHEV? IOT SUITS, winch have "put to route" allthc$i8 and $20 suits sold else? where. Elegance.shape liness and choice mate? rials are the 'weapons" which have gained the victory for these $io WHIPCORD CHEV? IOT SUITS, lor all who sec them lav down their arm. and acknowledge them "champions" ol du? rability and excellence? bargains that "conquer" the world?just the kind of rich,rare inducements you hnu on every article at TH E HUH. MONEY ALWAYS GOES BACK IF YOU ARE NOT SATIS? FIED. 207 and 209 Main St. We Have Them in Nobby RING HATS. 1!0\8 AM) CniLDKKN'8 STRAW HATS. WLOWESl PltlOES-^ L. JACK OLIVER & CO.. Ill MMN S Pit EE P. SPECIAL NOTICE T Iu oi.Ur to a comtiioilato ll o c t ZOtli of Nor.01.. Hi.) SK.\uO.\liD Allt [.IN 10 will liluci 011 -..li- tick' la to Ilia uuvo hut; Ot tlio Coufoil rate Monument ut Raleigh, May 20th, -AT A HATE OK $3.60 FOR ROUND TRIP. Ti ki tf on lata May :^th und I th go id <o rot'itu May 'ha. Tul iate will hUo apply tr ' . SuiVolk, Kiuuklin nud it kin*. Vttt otlior in oi mat on apply at fill u Ticket Orllce, .7 Main street. Y. M. C. A. hllil ullg. .1 W. I.It i\VS. Jr., myift ;;t PaatauKi r Agent. SASH, DGOuS, BLINDS, Fine Builders' Hardware. PAINTS. o LS, BIIUSI1ES. POLISHED I LA 11. AND WINDOW (iLASS. Longman & Martine/. Puro Re.idy Mixocl Paints. Every gallon told und r a eluding k?ht autt o COCKS, CL?RK & CO. Here They Are. Straw Hats for Ali. Light Color Derbys, all Styles, Walter J. Simmons & Co. 1" MAIN STREET. c;.< lowest rmoES. TSI2 CWER MAUELS WK5, III, 113 and nt; Bank St., NOIIFOLE, - - . V1UOINIA, 1 ai go Stoi U of Fiiiiaked rnmm m hw?siokes. ?* l;e?dj tur IMMEDIATE DELlV Em SH WIDE AWAKE I The demand for Low Cut and Tan Shoes is so great that nearly ever'/ wholesaler and retailer in the country i? short on this very cl.iss of ijoods. Not so with us. Last Winter everything looked gloomy when the ground was snow covered, lahor and leather was cheap. Manufacturers were fairly begging for work. We took advantage of th? situation arid piled in our orders for Summer Shoes. In consequence, we are selling many of our seasonable Shoo lines for less tnan other dealers are buying similar qualities for. HERE ARE A FEW SHINING EXAMPLES ! ???????????????????aeeooo % Ladies' Low Shoes. ? o Oxford Ties, Juliets, ? 0 and Low-button o s 1 land Welt or Turn Soles, % e On the prettiest shapes, % 1 Ot finest black kid or 0 lovely shades of tan. o ? Present V?l.c, 52.50 and 53.00. 1 OUR PRICE, $2.00. e oeoooooeoeeooooesaoavoseo 2 Men's Tan Shoes. ? * 10 different shapes ?"Gem" Hand-sewed, g Light or Dark Shade ? Tan, Calf, or Yici Kid, 2 Laced and Gaiters. o o o 0) o OC0080000CQOO Of?<S5iC(5<SOOOGOp ? Feather-weight Tics g of soft, yet durable, o ? Black or Tan Leather, ? ? in all popular shapes. S 2, Present Vali c, $2 00. O ? OUR PRICE, $1.50. ? o ? 2oooa?o*0?<D?ccooooo?ooeo8o Comfortable, serviceable Oxford 1 ics of <rood Dongola, with patenttips or tan genuine goat, Present Value, 5" and 51.25. OUR PRICE, 75c. 9 Present Value, $4.00. 9> 1 OUR PRICE, $3.00. ? o*a*ooeo?o909 9?eooo?oee?0o 1 Boys' Tau Shoes. f ? Good, shapely, durable o ? Heeled or Spring llccl ? ? Soft Tan Laced Shoes. % o o 0 Present Value, Si. 50. o S OUR PRICE, $1.25, o ? o ooooocooco90030oeeoeoe9??o 1 Child's ion ond Low-cul Shoes. 1 " Misses' and Children's ? 2 5 Russet Goat Boots. ? ? Patent Leather. Black, 2 2 Tan. or White Sandals eoeocooooooocoeoooao? 2 or Ties. ? o ft ? Present Value, 51.50. ? ? OUR PRICE, $1.00. ? ?SO&0O90?OOOO09 0 0 99 0090900 4* fo<Mte??f/&ri&* 164 Main Street, Norfolk. 220 High Street, Portsmouth. JOHN VERMILLION, WHISKIES, (!H?l?r CLARETS. BERGUH DIES, MADEIRAS. SHERRIES. ?IHER WINES: ALSO. FRENCH BRANDIES. C0SD1ALS. SC. AO KMT FOIt? POLAND MINERAL WATER, Ami in ttock otlior M nor.a Waters, l>y tilt- i a: rel or ? .a I . i Norfolk, Va t* Grantly Street. TilONti 1 HEADQUARTERS iOK : B P! .nfa ir \ Price per Quart, 3oc. <> Received Fresh Every Hour. ^ K'uAiek-ut BhelU with ovcry quart ol A :r"bl,wu-_' 5 H. CLAY PICK BIT, ? ANCY RETAIL. GROCER^ No. <a 3 M.arUi.-l Place. ^ v I'llONL 76& Good* .1 livora i ir. o. Sprailey Bros/ ONE PRICE HOUSE. Fifteen |>iocea of 75o TmTutta Wnitii mill Dross SilliH, spcoinl, 5l)c. Twenty pieces of !l?o end 81 Tftffet? Waiel ftrid Drone Silk?, special, 70c. All of nnr?l,25 PlissoSilke Ibis weolt* special, 70?;. Inn mi.I I Do Colored Wool Dross Good a, special, ~ Ic. Allot our freiieh Dimities, Betlitte sod W tin 11 Clioviots, life. ??fl Jupttucso Drapery Crepes, now I8o. ?J.'o lino Preach Sc.itch < liti|;liara?, now lue. < Mi r v '. ill long W bilo Swedes ?loveo, now Sl.tl!?, 'Mir extrn loog White Swede ( llOTCS, IHIVV $1.5 '. Our IYlol(0"Low Prices. SPRATLEY BROS,, Ui.dor Hi.' Ai a4sui) Mui.es.