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Hundreds of prominent peo?
ple In yeur own city, not in Min?
nesota or Colorado,
You can, therefore, afford to
"PRICE 25 CENTS.
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1 ^SaP- *
5 a-j?l7 GRAN BY STREET ic 5
? glasses ACCURATELY ADJUSTED z
Iffe.--* e * -? 9 ?? ?* ? * r ?*W?
?flu- tn.mii lif-' insurance an-tits who
trli-x to make von helleve thai any min i
?? regular Itf'1 Insurance ? onipuny pays as
large dividends or surplus as tin- North
?west.in Mutual is -.: liltv ot .loo.ptlon by
'uslnc ndsl.a.liuu UATIoS. win.!, no laa.
:?t man would employ or . ?.hiblt. they
'.are urn.i>- up to ? r? at. 1..I- impf s-don
D. Humphreys & Son
OEX'i. ACTS NX?I:T 11W ESTKBX.
Burruss. Son & Co..
I Commercial an . ...... r l.ii-in. ss pap. i
?. Loans negotiated on lavoralile terms.
I City bonus and utle : sc. uiiti.s nought
und sol l.
DposlP? re ?clved n.'.d a. counts In
> Interest allowed on lime dcpuslts
Ii Sab- leposlt boxes foi lent charges
Draw hllN of Exchange and make ealde
I transfers to Km ope
& Letters of credit isu.-d lo principal cities
ot the world._
_wTh. h. Trice & Co.,
Real Estate and Rental Agents,
29 HAN K STKKBT
? ROR RENT.
? RESIDENCES . II..us.s i'.denial av.
BnUe, 15 <'harlott* street, \:.:> Duke, 10.
'Torn, ltd Stilish. II" hermuda street. IC
?. Ki-neliurcli nil.t. M Falkland street.T:;
" und :> Mariner street. ? M.i >'h irch
i street, h"T < 'liurcll.
? : FLATS il-. 1"JI Haid; streit. p..v Climen
? , Street. HI. I.il Clint eh
STOKES 77 Itanh. I'.'. t <'.Too. _??>;
I Mul:i sticct, >7 .lain. s sir.. I. iti Wate
.-street. 341 Chtiroh street.
... OFFICES >7 Mam. P.:1. 117'... Main
I Cunipij. U's ? liarl
ili^BRAMBLEToN IT. 1 i^oii avenue,
A, Lo\ in VVII
GEO. K. DA WES.
?rEE Bl CO,
1.0 WATER ST REE i
Railroad. 5 leamboal and
4 anri? West Market Square,
H?ve Ton n I'lnnw! ii >oi Whji \oi?
When it is within the reach ..f every
one lo possess an Instrument at the
prices we nie offering them We
I can sell you an elegant Mahogany
Piano. 7 1-;! octave, t..t sj.:'.. on eiisj
payments, and if you contemplate
buying in the near future yon will do
well to call on us at our temporary
.location, 20G Main street. Russell's old
stand, und secure :t bargain before
we move to our former stand, with
Watt. Rettew .V: Clay, cornel Main
and Granby streets,
Specialties M e Oiler.
Gents Patent Leather Shoes, i l-j
k*? 6.li rs
Gents Dongola Congress, .". to li 1.?', 1 -is
.Gents Solid Leather Shoes. C to 11. I ir.
Gents Oil Grain Working Gaiters.. 1 is
Gents Buckskin Working Shoes.. 1 M)
Gents Red Working Shoi h . 1 ;..>
Childs Kid Button, ;? t.. 11. ;o
Child's Solid School Shoi 8 :-_ to
Boys' Solid Scii?oi'siioes,, H 'io *! ! RR
Misses' Solid S< hool Shoes, r. p, ? SR
Boys' Solid School Slio. s. 3 to -, ?s
HELLER'S OXE-PRICE SHOE
STORK, IC Lank street, < >pp Court
, Professor Charles Rorjes, organist of
Cumberland Street M. K. church, takes
,'pleasure in announcing t.. the public
of Norfolk and vicinity that lie is now
giving nil his time t.. the teaching of
music, piano, violin, mandolin, /and
'.fiute. at his studio. Y, M. ('. a., building
: Terms nnd particulars can be learned
on application by letter ..1 in person.
' Newest Illscovery"- Ext. teeth: no
pain. N. Y. D. Rooms, Hnnes, 1CJ Mam
I'less goods, lace c urtains, and che?
nille portieres ? "popular juices"
"Wrights'. 10*7 Main str.-.t.
Ouo line of Kid 1;loves embraces Per
.-rln'y. Ij. at's. Towm-s' aid Tanner's
"Well-know 11 |L5.
NICHOLS & WALLACE,
_169 Main street.
All glasses lilted by Dr. WECK guar
CUUeud by 11. CALL. l.'.J Mn St.
& Half-Dnzeti Sterling Sliver Teaspoons
In case for $4.
CHAPMAN f.- JAKEMAN.
E&k.Do your glasses suit you? IX not tee
Kr. WECK. Main 01.
A Lengthy Hearing Given to the Charges
Made Against Police Officer Curtis.
CHARGES AGAINST OTHER OFFICERS.
No re on ii I KoblitMwn nntl oillcer Knniip
>Iiikc Counter ?'liitraes Oillcer Hums
lii*iiit*scd from ihe Force v
Complaint tgaiuwl no i:\nn.iiM
Wie Police Hoard met yesterday af?
ternoon at i P. M in regular Hesslon,
all members being present, llie Mayor
Th" llrst business before the board
uns tin- Investigation of tin- charges
preferred against Detective Curtis by
Mi. M Friedman, charging that oll I
? ?i" with making false reports in
connection with tin- arrest of a man
mi the nicht ..t' October Mb for steal?
ing a l<>t oi clothing, and attempting
to sell it to Mr. Friedman. The charges
as preferred bj the complainant
against tin- detect Ivo arc thai tho hit
let ti ecu set I Mr Friedman ?Ith keep?
ing a fence lor Htolen property, ami
that ho used language toward him un?
becoming an otlicer. Attorney VV, A.
Swank appeared for Mr Friedman
and th.' inltlttIfl was th" first witness
in his own behalf. Mr. Friedman les
tlflod that when tin- Hilef cninc to soil
tin- clothing t.. hun. In- suspected that
the goods had I.il stolen and Itllllic
dlutely telephoned to tin- imiIIoo sta?
tion for an oillcer, that Do.tecltiveS
Williams ami Curtis answered his
.?all. and thai his son. Sam Freidmnu,
guided th.- olllcers to where the
thler was located. II.- said that it was
always his custom to koihI for an ntll
cer when he suspected a patty who
was try I UR to sell him clothing dl
having stolen tin- goods: that he road
the publication lu Th.- Kvenliig News
about the arrest, and as it reflected
an hlin ami his business, he saw De?
tective Curtis on the aft.-1110011 i>f
th.- nth, and asked hlin hi- authority
for giving SilCll a story tin- NetvS
about him; that ihei otlicer thereupon
abused bun, ami called him "a gi'ay
haired Je? s? of b ." ami otherwise
revlle.1 him Attorney Swank hero
read another article from the levell?
ing News in which Mr. CurtIS Is
reported us saving that In- was an?
xious for the Investigation to come off.
as In- could prove that Mr. Friedman's
place was u "f< nee."
Samuel ami Koh.rt Friedman, sons
the plufnllfr. corroborated their
father's statement in every particular,
claiming that Ihoy were near hy when
tin- abusive language was iised by
the otlicer. Mr. ?' W. Hussell. llie re?
porter on the News; und tin- party who
wrote up the story, testified that lie
hud glitten all of the Information re
noil od In tto- reports from Messrs.
ClII'tlH and Williams, and that Mr. Cur?
tis was the party who told him that
Ml Fi-eldlllilll'S pliieo was a ?fence
for stolen goods.
Borgen nt Klrchmlor tostlfleil tliut lie
received th.- tel.phon,. message from
Mr. Freldmiiii and sent Detectives Cur?
tis and Williams no to his place Mi.
Curtis wiis the llrst witness in his mm
defense. He denied .v-t v charge load,
against him by Mr. Friedman and de?
nied the statement made l>> Mr Iltis
sell. Hint he hud told him that Ml.
Friedman's [dace was a "fence" foi
stolen g.Is; that lie did lud know what
tin- term "tehee" mount until Mr Kus?
sel! afterwards explained its meaning
to him. I le tils., ill-nil d as false th.- 1.
iimoiiy of the Friedmans respecting the
language used toward hint.
At this point Commissioner Verdier
took occasion to ceiisiire all lillicers win
gave m w s to the report.-t s with a vli >v
to gaining notoriety and further stated
that an order had In .11 issued forbidding
any oillcer excepting ihe Chief from
giving news to ihe reporters ami thai
If a ease came befoi-e them in future
proving that an otic er had he. 11 mill'.;.
..f a violation of Ibis order, that he
would dismiss said otlicer from the force
ii ellhoi of tip. other Commissioner!
would vol.- with him.
Mi v'ordier wantotl all within hearing
of Iiis toi,,- ot mulct stund thut ii. v.s
papci notoriety had no Influence 111 >t.
llieiii: that if lliey did their duty, the
P.....i.i would keep them in ulllce and
if not. tip. Hoard Would relieve lkeim
notwithstanding Hit newspaper adver?
tisement that th- otlicer may have se?
cured Detectives Williams ami Rieli
u rd son tuid < uli. W.I ward corrobo?
rated Mr. Curtis' testimony respecting
his behavior Inward Mr Friedman, ut
th" Um.- lip- nbllSive language was al?
leged to have le,.n used, denying that
ant such language was used hy Ihe
detectlvi toward the plaintiff; It was
attempted to prove by Oillcer Wood?
ward that he knew of Instances ol bo>:
going inn. Mr. Friedman's place with
stolen goods, hut th.- defense failed to
prove this point. Mr. Friedman was re?
called and In rebuttal of ihe statement
made by Detective Williams that he hud
made certain statements to him. In- de?
nied that he had ever talked to DctCC
live Williams about the matter. De?
tective Williams here created 11 little
setit-atiot: by asking Mr. Fried tint 11 if
In- had not asked him to drink with him
in I to attend a hop with him on a cor.
lain night. Mr. Friedman denied thin.
Attorney Swank concluded with a
strong argumi nl in behalf of ids client
and against tin- detective.
.\ complaint was next read from Mi.
T. .1. Arlington, city editor of The
Virginian, t hai glue Detective i niu
with giv ing 10 tin- press secrets of Hie
police department, before they an- ready
for publication. This case wits contin?
ued for further investigation.
Attorney Jnmes K. Heath. Jr.* for his
client. Frank St?h, presented Ho- fol?
lowing charges against < Ifllcers Sherman
and A. <? w.[house on tin- night of
October Ith and the early morning of
October f.th wer,, guilty of conduct un?
becoming a gentleman toward the com
plnlnant, and certain members of his
family, and that they used indecent
language towards them. Charges -
That said Officers did maliciously and
wantonly execute same. Th.se charges
were continued until the next board
A petition was presented from a num?
ber of citizens residlngson Commercial
Place, asking that Bvangellsl Morgan,
who preaches from a moving car. be
suppressed us a nuisance on account of
the noise and disturbance which his
services created. Mr. Verdicr was in
favor of investigating the matter, bill
the Mayor opposed it. stating that he
Wished In- had such a nuisance at every
street corner. Hint tin- man was trying
io suve souls and should not he inter
A complaint Mas rend from ti cltlr.cn
?gainst otlicer George Woodhouse, the
consideration of which was deferred
um il the nexl meeting
A complaint was read from Washing?
ton Jackson, colored, charging Officers
Curtis and William.- with false arrest.
Chief Klnt; explained that Jackson had
i.n arrested <>n suspicion, but proved
to be the wrotiu party.
A report from Sergeant J. K. Robin
s..ii t.. Captain Cuthrlcll that Ofllcer
Knapp had violated section Of the
poll,-,? regulations, was read. Utld also
one from officer Knapp, reporting Ser?
geant Robinson for violating section
of the regulations, Both of the reports
The board then wenl Into executive
session ami returned tho following re?
Win real 1 Ulli ? r Has* has been graul -
od amide lime to remove tin- disability
placed upon him by his church, from
.'. Im li he was dismissed upon tin- charge
of drunkenness, ami
Whereas. The i.oanl Is not willing to
? oni Inno a n officer Oll the force laboring
under said disability; it is therefore
Itesolved. Thai Officer Mass lie and Is
hotel.\ dismissed from the force.
Resolved. That th. practice heretofore
existing of officers giving out Informa?
tion in connection with the work of Ihe
police department is regarded by the
!.? aid as tending in a large measure to
prevent tin- detection of crime, and
thereby defeat the ends of Justice. It
Itesolved, That the practice must in
future im discontinued Any Informn
tlou desire.i b) members of the force
must In- obtal.I from the Chief of Co?
li.r He- captain in charge at the sta?
tion-home. An) officer known to Im?
part any informal ion regarding the pri?
vate uiak ihe department will be
Hiimmurily dismissed from tin- force.
Detective Curtis' case Is taken under
Th. l? ., rd adjourned at 8:30 p. Ill
until Thursday nexl at l o'clock p. in.
THE RECENT PRIMARY.
? lie ? oni in Ks I on o i s "I eel null < all
? ass I lie lief o etis.
HUtlci tin provisions of the primary
election law the members of Ihe doc?
toral Hoard are constituted commis?
sioners "l tlie election, and are rei|Ulr< d
to meet and cunvusS Ihe returns wllli
all ihe rights, poWers and privileges,
and subject to the penalties proscribed
hv law governing general elections
Ii.m pi lance with this provision a
majority of the Uotird inel yesterday
and canVllssed the returns, all ol whicli
wen in band, save those from tie
Fourth waid. Tlie le.t iii the I too id
is pi i settled below :
Norfolk. Va . 'ksL IT. IS95
Tin- Electoral Hoard met this day.
Thursday. 1Mb or ??einher. I50i>, uml
canvassed llu returns <if the first,
Second. Third. I'ltth and sixth wards,
the Coilrth ward's returns tot being
presented to th- Hoard l.\ the Judges,
as required b> law. for reasons un
known to tin Hoard. The returns iu
canvassed show the foilowlng result:
Waul. (,'ooke Coster Ki/.rLane
First . 2QI 22ii hi! li-'
Second . 171 7". :?: it:
I'hlrd . 221 " iui '?? U2
Court h .
I'il Hi . 90 Iis ,V, 2f,
Six Hi . v.< s '.;> :i
Totals ... 711 fit't ?!-':;
ot the I'll maty Kb , Don t he I 'out tn
Ward should be cotmielh d t.. show
cause why Ihe law was railed to be com?
plied w Ith M i II.KN N A N,
W. i: MAVO.
It I I.UYAI,L,
? 'ommisii loners.
\ it Krror t'oi-reeleil.
In Th.- Virginian ? ?! yesterday is a no?
lle,. ,,f ihe l"i Iiil ami produce Imus.- of
Mr. George II Dnwes, the statement
was made thai "Mr Haw..- hill now
liaylng a representative soliciting busi?
ness in tin ein. etc.. etc." This was
an error. Tie- house still has th- ser?
vices of its own. .Mr. El li.a idee, in
the ibid, ami will he ..i, hand to rep?
resent the firm and in placing ihe
I.rib rs of the customers of the house,
which will be till-.i. usual, with
promptness ami attention.
Alien; ion is cail. d to ihe advertise?
ment Ihe Seaboard Air I.in. nil
pouncing that on account of Virginia
Day at ihe Ex posit loii it will sell tick?
ets In Atlanta and return oil tin- 20th, I
2lst, and 22d, ul $12, good fur ten days.
For further information apt ly at No.
77 Main sir. el:
Tliej 5Ja?.e \rrivcil,
50 do/., iiii.o Large. All-Linen Napkins.
7'.c. do/. . wort h $112.1,
iso Cine Damask Cringed Table Cov?
ers. - yds. square tl.2H: 2 yds. widi
2 1-2 yds, long, jfl.p.e 2 yds. wide .:
yds. long, M y'.; i ach, a big bargain.
2 i'.ims Host Apr..a (.'becks ami Ihess
< llhgliains. ?c. yd.
j.'.i. l yd. square, Chenille (,'overs. Wie.
;.i do/.. Film Satin Finish 11 tick Towels
22x10 Inches, I'.'c each. n s |m]
..a in /., i olored Clannel Skirts, 50c. each
1.- pi CCS N.-w Press Hoods, very stylish'
in rough Cheviot and Boucle ef
feels, from 12c: to $1.50 yd,
Modern Itargafn House.
ITH Main stria t.
1 Shoe Sinei, ni ? i,sl.
Mrs. I'.. itaphei's entire stock. .-,t \0
in; Church stnei. must be sold uI .nice'
Everything Unit pertains to lirst-cliiss
shoe-innklng, ut cos; to ciosi out tin
l?ror. Antonia, llelle/.'/ii.Dniiclnis .Vend.
I .Monteltore Hall. Cehchiireh sir.-, t.
I Classes for Indies end gentlemen Mbn
I days and Crldflyfl 8 p m : foi lade s and
children Tuesdays ami Saturdays l p
m. Terms more reasonable this year
Lamp Tables and Clve-O'CloCk Teas
new style--, a: Chapman & Jakeihaii's.
Sterling Silver Mounted Pockct
Books, Seal mi,] Alligator, for 65 cents
each. CHAPMAN .x .1 A K I '.MAN.
A ><?? Voenl Method.
Herr Hans Mettke uses the Vocal
method of Professor Julius I ley, Ber?
lin. Piano and violoncello latlglit.
Pupil's Muslcales. Address 132 Gran
by street. Jni.
I Professor tl. Bellexssn win give Jnnc
I lug lessons Tuesday ami Thursday
I night of this week at the Hunter Wood Is
Hull. Instead of Masonic Temple, as
heretofore. Cor Information inquire ul
No. 270 East Main street.
Dra. Hnritioti A r'lrojr.
Rye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Consul
I tatlOU free, 181! Main street, NuiiolU,
Minor Evenls Transpiring of Interest to All
and Norfolk in Particular.
THE STREETS AND THE WATER FRONT.
I'crsolllll ><>K'k mill f.o-?i|> I'll \ rg lie
lor i? \ow Trlnl The. V. SI. ?'. A.
"Orchestra Obtained a Pnlrnl on n
Truck IteinnlnM r9wni Through
A foundation for the new holler is
being nut hi al tin- City Market.
Dr. Tallnferro Clarke, bf Washing
Ion, D. C. is in tile city, visiting Dr.
B. B. Field.
'I'll" handsome inastIR owned hy Mr.
I". 'IV Wise took a prise i>f $260 at tin
Yuri; iI'a.t fair.
Mr. I. A. Coulter, tin- State Secre?
tary oC Hi" Y M C. A.. ??! Virginia,
was in Norfolk yesterday.
'I'ln- motion tor a new trial for Ben?
jamin B. B.k will In- argued in Prin?
cess Ann.- COlinty to-day.
Messrs I-:. B. Guy & Son. plumbers,
have put in an eel trail in connection
wiili tie- water hiii>|i|> ?..! tin- ii-w
'I'll.- officers at Kort res Monroe enter
lulncd tl.tlicers from tin- White
Si| und roil at Old Point at a stau parly
'I'll.- many friends of Captain W. F
Driiininond. of the S. A. I., are sorry
to tear dl Iii- extreme Illness. Ills
death Is expected hourly.
'I'll.- appropriation of $230 made by
th" Councils for repairing: the dome
to the Clt> Mall will not Le Sufficient
to tover the necessary work.
Black Hawk Trllie. .If Bed Men. wire
out in a I.oily yesterday to attend tin
funeral of tin- late K. s Nichols, re?
ported elsewhere in tlie Virginian.
Capttilu Mnrtlno, of |the schooner
Murray Vandlver, which was run into
Tuesday night, ye?lerdu> noted pro?
test with Major j. Haid\ llendrcn.
Mr. JOhii W. Denn, the Quaker evan?
gelist, will arrive in tie- citj Satur?
day evening from Wiishlngttoii, ami
will b.-gin a set ies of meetings at Ihe
Y M C, A. Sundhy.
Messrs B. .1. Gorhuin ami .lohn
Mutton, now iu i In- office ot the Com?
missioner of BCventie, will form a . ??
partnership on November 1st foi the
11 a motion of tin- i.al estate and rental
Observer .Ininei .1 Grnv. of the Wea?
ther Bureau, went to Suit. Ik yester?
day to take a supply of pleasant wea?
ther foi th.- fail being held there.
The sir a.r ti-leii Smith is under?
going repairs on .loiieg' ways.
Mrs. i"ai ri.- V Sentl will leave tills
afternoon t..i Cincinnati, O.i where
she will join wilh her husbllllil ami re?
side. Mr. and Mrs Scott lllive llie
lust wishes of Hi. ir many friends for
lliclr future happiness in their western
Th.- V M C. A. < ireitest ru has beeil
organized with Ihe following officers:
George II Dnwes. President'. Jacob
HoohL Vleo-President;; Charles Horjes,
Directoi The tpst meeting will he
held Saturday night of tins week in
the Association building
Mr II Wright, ot ti:.- Merchants'
and Miners' Transportation Company,
and Mi. II C I toy ni ibis, carpenter of
thai com pa n y, have patented a spring
trink for handling strawberries,
and other easiiv Injured articles, when
hi lug loaded or unloaded.
The remains of Hut 11< .n. Louis ?'.
Latham, ol Greenville, N, C, with
died in Paltlniore, passed l h rough
Norfolk yesterday under Hie euro nf
his phystcinn, lu Charles .1 ??'Hagau,
nn l his friend, ex- Invernor Jurvlst,
?-?in-.: bj ih.- Norfolk and Carolina
THE CANAL IMPROVEMENTS
llie It I tlx in lie Opened in ISitlHiiiorc
Coiicv-riiing the Improvements eon
t -mplutcd ill ih.- Dismal Swamp ?'anal
which Wore in.te.l at length ill II)'
Virginian three woks ago. tin- Haiti
mole Sui.main.- lh.- following;
"Bids me to ;.pened in Baltimore
lu st Monday h> .1. i' WreilSllllll. o def
engineer ..f the "Luke Hruinmoml Wa?
ter Canal Company, for tin- recon?
struction of the i dd Dismal Swamp
I :t:c.l Th" work t.. no done is of an
extensive chut'itf ti i. in. Hiding thodeop
ciiinti and widening of tie- canal and
lh.instruction of locks, dams, waste
v.eirs. and bridges Those are id
coyer Ihe winde lengtn ?it* the canal
extending from a place ..n tin- I'.li/.a
l ??-11, river four mil.- from Norfolk.
Vit., to a place mi the I'asouolnnk riv?
er, h-ar South Mills. N ?'. Tin- Hinds
for carrying, out Hio work w ill t?- sup?
plied i-y a syndicate organised by
I Alexander Hrown ,X- Sons, of Balti?
?Mr. Walt.-r B. Brooks. Jr.. said
yesterday Unit tin- reconstruct Ion of
! tie- can:.I w ill till i-i a link in a sys?
tem of inland waterways from Hos?
ton to Florida. Wh.-n opened the . j
nal will give to tin- South the impor?
tant advantage of b?rge service for
handling freight. Barges of large ca?
pacity in tow oi" lugs will he enabled
to a\old tin- p, i its ot cnpO ilatteras
by this Inland route."
Ai Auction I'o-llity.
,i n Valentine, General Auctioneer,
ft, it. Morris. Assistant, will sell at 12
M to-day for a party declining busi?
ness, at L'"-' Hank street, nil the fur?
niture contained therein, consisting of
Bcdroohi Suits, Parloi Suits. Hull
Blicks. Bxtenslon Table, Sideboards,
Wardrobes, Pino Motpiel and Brussels
Carpets, Bugs. Pino Dinner und Ten
Sei--, Crockery, fJlnssware^ Pictures.
Lac.. Curtains, Portieres, Cook Stoves,
.1.- etc. Ladles especially Invited to
I Inn Joy Inl reeling.
With tin- exhlllarating sense of re
1 tiewed health and strength and In?
ternal cleanliness, w in. ii follows tlie
u.f Syrup "f Pigs; is unknown to
the f.W Who h.'IVe |,ot pi'i .g 1'i-SSol I bff
yomi the old-lime medicines and the
cheap substitutes sometimes offered,
hut never accepted b) the well hi
fi .1 med.
We cany the Manhattan Shirt, and
an now showing th.ii latest pl'OlltlC
NICIII iLS A- WALLACB.
ICSI Main street.
Underwear! Hhderwear! Under?
wear] food' Better! Hist'
NICHOLS .v V\ \ LLAl !I3,
160 Main street.
OyHtei 6aitUw.lt ties ut Ma I, j cs&la.
I nrticnit lor To-d?r.
Washington, I?. o. Oct. 17.
n Virginia und North Carolina?
I Fair; light northerly winds.
The pressure has fallen In the
Ko> ky Mountain regions and the
northwest, nncl has risen
throughout the east. The centre of high
pressure is in the Central Mississippi
Valley. The storm, whose passage was
along the .'thorn holder of the coun?
try during the |i;ist three days, has ad?
vanced to the ?tili of .St. Lawrence. A
new depression is central in the upper
Lower lemperatue prevails throughout
the South and In districts east of the
Mississippi, while it Is warmer In the
Fair weather Is Indicated for all dis?
unity IPrldny. Tie- temperature will
r.intinue moderately low in New England
und tin- Middle Atlantic States, will lall
dightly In tie- Soatii Atlantic and Cull
States and will rise in the lake regions,
the Ohio and upper Mississippi Valleys.
Lower temperature will fall In the north?
?Sun tises. f.;l7. Klin sets. 5:25, High
water. S:tO a, m and !i;lu p. in.; low
water. 2:13 a. in. ami 3:21 p. in
Net erologleiil Data.
U. s. Department of Agriculture.
Weather Hureiiu, Norfolk, Oct. IL
l.oeal meterologictil data for tin- 21
hours ending 8 p. in. last night:
Maximum temperature . DG
Minimum temperature . "it
Nnrinul lemiiernturo deduced from
21 years" observation . CO I
Departure from normal . .
I >? parture sine.- January 1st. its I
Rainfall for :'?? hours. 01
Rainfall since lirsi of mouth.
.1 J. c.KAV. Observer.
Yesterday morning, at his auction
house. ::s Lank street, the hustling little
an.Hi.n.et. T. U. Valentine, held the
first ol u series or trade sales of dry
goods, shoes, clothing, etc. It was a
success, over SOO lots being sold. Mr.
Valentine ? am. from Lynch I: urn 11
eehtly, bought ihe business and with
Mr. R. It. Monis as assistant auction?
eer, will .idllel i lo se trade sales on
every Thursday in future. Mr Valen?
tine has made arrangements with th?
Eastern miiutifacturera ami ?will b>
aid.- p. offer merchants every Induce?
ment lin y could get in any city. A llrst
rate dinner was served yesterday dur?
ing tile Sllle
a ' tini:?i a ft ts
\'AN WYCK'S VCADEMY Of MUSK
i one nii;hi. MONDAY, OCT. 21.
ihe iiiMulte actor
M it FREDERICK WARDE,
anil his distinguished eompunv In a su
perh production of
Prices, 25c.. .'ec . J5e. and Sl.OO. Seals on
SE?BC?HD UR IIIE!
ON ACCOUNT OF VIRGINIA DAY
111- Seal..,aid Air Lin. will sell tickets
to Atlanta und return on October 20th,
2lst und 22d m
good tot ten day-. por liirormatlrni and
deeping car reservation apply at Main
ticket Dili.,- 7". Main street. Y. M ? ' A
i J v. HRI iWN, .1R .
oclS-31 fasset,eer Agent
Notice To Taxpayer^.
Not ml,,. \'a. ?>. toller 1. ISMS;
The mils ol Hi- Commissioner ol the
t:. v. nue. eontaiiiiua the list of > lt\ luxes
fot the yeur IV'.'.. have l.en placed in nil
'.ami- lot colic, i'on I will le ut on or
lii e between the hours ,,f ?. ;, m und I! p.
in in.in the first lo the thirty-first day of
October, Inclusive, fur the purpose ol re
. elvlllg Hi.- sain.
AN ORDINANCE Anv person who
-hall tail i., pay IheColleetor .on or betet e
llle .1-1 .lay ..I Oclolier Ho- lirXCH assessed
ilRlllllSl him .'in the veal shall In- HUbJOct
? ?I to a iiemilty .a iiii.e |3j per centum
for tin- lirsi in..uiii aim a further penalty
of on., tit per centum per month thereaf?
ter during such default, until 111penalty
shall have reachi-d live <?"?> per cent., ac?
cording to tin- Sou. |uw, After ihe pen?
ult) shall have reneilod live tier centum
persons falling to ..ay their said taxes
Kliall nay In addition to He- penalty, In?
terest on tlaii mils at the tale ul six pet
cent uiii p. r ant.um.
I. W WHITE.
o. l?-l.:t City . ?olleclor..
OTICE in TANNER'S CHEEK TAX?
PAYERS OK NOB KOLK COUNTY.
I or tny deputy will lie found at ihe fol?
lowing places tor tin. pui pose ot recelv
in;; IS'.'S State and Comity Taxes: T. C
I'CHILE'S STOBE. neat Ocean View,
Octohci silth .1 I' CI V'S STORK, Cross
Roads, OctolsT Skth: a II hawks
OFFICE; Hunlersville, October 2Mh
o. 17-101 s W LYONS. Treasurer.
XCW S^i < >'1 O-*<4 !
OUR FALL STOCK
For Ladies and Misses
Cannot be txcclled. A ^.
DOYLE & SMALL
NO. 1? MAIN 8TBEE'
Every customer put chasing
one dollar's worth of Ututa*
rles will be entitled to one
ticket. The lucky number will
receive an elegant ADJUST?
ABLE <>AK CHAIR, which la
liuw on exhibition u.
43 MARKET PLACE.
How Is That Boy of Yours
?XFIXED ? FOR ? CLOTHES?*
"THE HUB'S" JUVENILE DEPART.
WENT is one of the most important features of
our business. It is a large, bright, cheerful de?
partment, devoted exclusively to LITTLE FOLKS'
OUTFITS. You'll find everything in it right up
.villi the times, and wonderfully inviting and in
eresting. Remember, we are manufacturers.
Our cutters and tailors understand their busi1
ness from A to Z. Our styles are faultless, our
variety of wearings unexcelled and prices low
W/j^ ??iougb lo win your appreciation and patronage.
z.-s from i to 13 years
Jacket Pant- in fane)
blue, black ami solid
Suit sewed throughout
THE "IRON BOU N D."
Boys' Suit*, sizes from i to IG yean
Exclusive varlet> of new patterns iu
strictly all wool weaving* Double breast?
ed Jackets, Pants with double s, at?.
double kiii-es and riveted buttons. Entire
Salt seweil With silk and made with re?
LONG PANTS SUITS.
Sizes from \ to 10 years Extra fin.- all
wool fabrics. The Suits are double
breasted- different patterns to select
from in all popular Shadi - und fancy
mixtures, All seams reinforced Double
seat, double knee and riveted buttons.
Pants Salts, sizes from H
10 17 yours Itlue and i>Li< k . Iicvlots.
Styles In round cut or double breasted
sucks. You'll frankly acknowledge you
never better or liner suits sold else?
where for less than i~ or }>.
HERE'S A BARGAIN.
Boys' Superior Casslmere and Tweed
Suits- strictly all wool. Neat check and
fuuey effects sizes from 11 to is as
line a Suii as. you'll Und elsewhere loi
?>p.'. We s. ii them at the manufacturer's
price ot $7 >.
HOW'S THIS ?
loys' Fine Black Diagonal and Fancy
irsted Suits, taller made and trimm..'!
perfection. Style in round, dov.blu
?asied or straight sacks. As clothing
lues ku at other stores, those suits are
rih all ot li?.
double breasted Suits for
t to It! Weavinga in pure
is. fane) cheviots, superllne
etc. These nobby Suits are
lertocllon ,mJ tailor made In
For boys, slses A to H.
Jaunty, dressy and form
Utting. Meltons. Chtnchtl
las and MoiitugnUcs and
Astrachans, Colors in
blue, blai k. brown and ail
new shade* Prhes from
$2.50 lo $7.
We Back up the Literal Meaning ol our Advertisements by Solid, Substantial
Facts. We never offer excuses nor apologies. A Child ran make a
purchase at THt HUB as safely as its Parents.
for trno Litt I-3 Ones.
The Hustling, Bustling
207 and 209
Clothiers of Norfolk,
gfgfy SI iOES, ST<CKIN GS
JAXI'?? FOOT BALL
GUIDE FOR -<K.
NOSE AND Mvi? ALL THE RE
HEAD MASKS, llr%> ' QU I RE ME NTS OF
SHIN GUARDS. - ^ ;? ??
O^VI-lf?, ^\.:VI!T> SC 5 ETCJv STOCK.
JsEUi JBL J/A^M J2LJ& c??^ ?>
S Z MAIN STREET.
?Just Received !
A choi. ??? lol
SMl liiiiKl.o SHOIM.DKBS,
A smell lot White OnlohH for pickling.
New l'.uckwlieal un?l Maple Syrup.
J. R. BRIGGS,
No. I Commercial Pl.tco, OKI
This week, 11 special offering in Knam
eletl Ware of nil kinds. Also Coal Hods,
H?ckels, Baskets and Bird Cage*
J. B. Armstrong ?Sc Co.,
So, s tontine rcinl I'lncc,
White Front, third dour from Main
GRAB Tin: PltOCBSSION. There nre
Hats t,, |>e worn and Hals to he thrown
away We have the Hals to he worn I?)
all. The Derby ol tin season In ours, loo
is the price 4!mbr*elias, CatieS,
Gloves and Children's Headgear.
L. JACK DLIYEQ S CO.
Lowest Prices. Ill Main Street.
T, F. ROGERS,
KO?MS 211 and 212 COLU.MIJIA BUILD*
IN?,. ?iKANHV SfREEt. *
Dwellings :!."> and .i: Clinlioiio strer:!.
i ?w ? unit: J. liiitc Strei ;
I>?i iiut;;.- ami iv; S'ork lit. extended.
I >v. tilling i'.: Ilonsli : II . ? I
Dwelling :<? Vniniouili street.
Owcliiin: W Ouoon sireet,
I ?v t llintr York nth ??. .Ian. 1. '.?>;.
Oilier* on Hanl.. Cranny ami Commerce
Stores l.". nml 17 Coiniher ? ? ptreot.
Stores is.' itntl Li.:. Church str. it.
Star, s l.,". a II. I :<?'? Main stieot.
St..!.- ir. I tank wir? et.
Stoi. s r>l ami Itoniiolcc nvon'ie.
Warehouses on China an.I Randolph
WHAT YOU WANT !
Stylish Fall Eat S
Children's Tain irsiianlers,
FIFTY and SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS.
tea i..? at i n ?.
Walter J. Siiniiioiis & Co..
IIA ITERSand FURRIERS.
O'f'KN RVKN INCH CNTI I. 9 O'CIJ ?CK.
OCEAN. VIEW HOTEL,
OCR AN VtfiAV. \'A.
I * A I.I. ANH WiNTCi: SRASON. The
m.ist ilioriitii'.hl) o<iui|.|icil hoi '. on the
Vii-inia Const UNoellent aceomiiioilif
lions, steam Heated Klec.lt le l.litlited.
Rxtenslre 8uh 1'urlors P'or tin Hier In?
format Inn SeeiWIntei Resort Qdlile Hooka
ot all lead I in; railroads in nddre??
I HAS I. V. Al.i'i IN, Matter.