Our salute regarding Satur?
day's traffic, and Monday's
business, is made today.
It is well to remember that
We do Not Advertise
and bearing this in mind, pay
unusual attention to such
statements as are made on (Iiis
particular day of (lie week.
It is furthermore suggested
that our notices be read daily,
as a new announcement is
made in each issue.
In view of the vesy great
desirability of Black goods, for
separate skirts, and entire suits,
attention is called to the sub?
joined list. Every one is prime
value, orthodox worth.
36 in. Aiohair, special value,
25c. 34 in. Fancy raised ef?
fect, 29c. Will ' wear well,
38 in- Figured Brilliantine?
Jacquard 'effect, a positive
beauty, a notably good (hing,
and only 50c.
38 in. Fancies of proper
spring- weight, yet possessing
the coveted heavy appearance,
may be had at $?e. I hey are
rightly classed as leaders.
46 in, Crepon, of which we
have Blue (Navy) as well, is
50c. This, by us, is justly
deemed among- the best of the
best. Crepon now occupying
a leading position, such possi?
ble buying- offers line oppor?
tunity for good buying.
Just before writing this ad?
vertisement, we had *<a canvass
made of the silk stock. Had
no idea it was so strong. A
wide selection is before you'
right prices prevail, and styles
are in keeping with Fashions,
Yard wide Cambric?quite
cheap at Be, is still offered at
G)ic. The heaviest tribute
that can be paid, is, that no
one who ever wanted such a
thing, ever quibbled over it's
worth or price.
Lookers after shirt waist
materials find a paradise here.
Ginghamdom presents the dis?
tinct checks both large and
small, as well as the comming
?led Tartan effects. The line,
largest and strongest, is popu?
larly priced, 10c.
Percale buyers frankly and
voluntarily say, "You have the
prettiest styles and best assort?
ment in town." We keep up
to high-water mark, having
bought two new lots last week
and two this.
Madras possesses charms
peculiarly its own. Of soft
texture, it ham-s gracefully.
Of distinctive style, presents
the unusual appearance. Some
people court such, even in a
Shirt Waist. Do you?
An Apron Gingham at 4c.
is not always get-able. To?
day we show it.
Tit could hardly be expected
thai one day's selling would
exhaust such a stock of Appli?
que as was shown last Friday.
We have placed everything
thai now remains on a sepa?
rate table, and on most of it,
the prices are much reduced
from regular figures.
If you want a Bureau Set, a
Scarf, a Square, a pair of Pil?
low Shams, or a like some?
thing, a good opportunity is
Jpseph Brown, 220 Alain SI
VAX WYCK'S ACADKMY or MUSIC
M ON 1 >A V, Mutch 21*1. 3:l? u u:
KORFOLrK I.YCKL'M COl Kfcl-J I O.
w. ii sn bw?kt.
"Life and Character of Commo?
dore Matthew Fontaine Maury.."
Ho* sheets open tin Saturday to mem?
bers. Monday to all. Admission, :
CANES and UMBRELLAS. '
CHEAP WHILE THEY LAST.
Walter J. Simmons & Co.,
HI MAIN STREET.
Delivered Last Night In the McKendree
IMMIGRATION AND THE CITY PROBLEM
Itov. I>r. Whnrton IMneussew "Dur
Foreign Friioi??ls Among U*," ??<?
Uev. Mr. .Moore Oller? Suggestion?
.. us to ?*KoW to Jlnlio JVorlolU nltols
A good siz '1 iadiaicnce was present at
McKendro; Mei.'h.cidist church last night
?:o heair the two Bible speakers selected
to discuss' the. two Important sociologi?
cal topics > if "Our Foreign Friends
Auto.:}? Us" and "How to-Mak.- Norfolk
a BelJtcr City."
Colonel William JLa.mb, who was to
have sp.ken on the former topic with
i.'ii Rev. Dr. M. 1!. Wbarton was ?11
eivotdubly absent, and tho Doctor han?
dled the KtihJ. ot ahm.. The Rev. .Mr.
Moon 1 was to have spoken with Mayor
Mayo last Thursday, Imp as he was sick
at the time, he delivered hid addp.ss
hurt evening. ?
..Mr. <!. B. FermJbi e presided over
lib*' meeting, which was operated with
prayer by the Rev. Dr. J. J. Hall. Dr.
Wharton wiau then Introduced by t?te
president. The 11> eUrir said the problem
of a for Igr.i population was presented
to Am' rlcans more forcibly itha.n to any
Oth T nation, because we a.n; a r.:o w
c tin try, and in 1 grout or y movements all
trend t ward now c1 luhtrles. He review?
ed tha history of such movements, isdtO
111 enumerating their bor.i.-li'ts, lit? said:
"What has immigration done for
Anierlca?" Why Just let us look 3.1 the
financial feaulrc alone. We lind tIv
average announ^ brought by each Immi?
grant IAj !>:? il> tr: $|ii0. making n total
. if some $16,000,000.000 since lmm!grn,r.its
began lo come lo this country. This
Immlgra.tloh has strengthened us In va?
rious ways. It has made tts invincible
In arms. Why, my friends, foreign im
inigP'.nts whipped the South. The.:n lop,
they strengthen 'our educational insti?
tutions. They go; the idea of early
and c .i.'npl.te educiillons In their native
countries and they have b?sen Instru?
mental In ths establishing of our grejl.'
institutions of learning. Thus we see
liow they have added to our Intellectual
progress, as well ns cur material de
"Briefly summing up, Immigration
has in,::d: America. Therefore, we should
w- le ime it, u.ad we do. This vail" free
domain can accommodate all of the
"But then:' Is no question which has
r.ot a dark side.. Immigration has a
very dark side. There must be wise re?
strictions or, else injury will Infallibly
result, to Mils country. We hllive crim?
inal exclusion laws anitl (pauper exclu?
sion laws, and those have. <cip= rated ben
cflciently. Then those anarchists -who.
Ileeir.g from di spot ism. desire >to over?
turn even free Institutions a.r.kl t?;i Sllb
M/ilui: therefor th'Plr belief, a pande?
monium In which law and order have
no paace. This class must lie attended
?I '. Then there fa Chinese Immigration
which is. perhaps, the most objectta-arb
bl>-' of all, but which has already b. n
"Now wlv.u to do with this vast ac?
quired population becomes our problem
and a. Very t-i-rious one. It. Is, to'.
we must convert cull these people ;i ?
Christianity. We must teach these
people tbe Hildo. Introduq; them hr'.h
our churches and Sunday schools and
Surround them with our Christian in
fluence. We have n great foreigni nils
sSunary Held wti h imp, as 'it wen-, und
it' w..- properly cultivate iJ we shall
have a great Christian population
united for l-hc good of humanity, and
we can hear of rumors of war without
fearing but uhrn! as tin enlightened ami
Chrbtliah nation we tun ' meet ull
Tii.- Doctor cleyscd with a part riot le
a.h)te, which pointed h?a discourse
Misn s. Kindred 'Williams thccii sang
a li.ui.o'ul solo, after which Rev. .i.
W. Meoro wtis Introduced. His subject.
"How to Make .Norf.dk a Heiter City."
was lu i.idled in rigorous style, He
spoke, in par:, as follows:
"i'i.'is h'ave become problems be?
cause of their great growth, which is
destined In tho cex t century iiS be mar
velously greater. Th'.s 1-s true of the
South, as well as those of the Hast or
of the w orld. One of attic cause? of ibis
growth are varied. Men like to flock
The speaker thi:>n referred to I ho de
serlO.Sn ..f the farms for the city, add
assigned lilie Im prove me n I in the m?
clrlni ry ua a potent cause fc?r this
"T'ln; greatest danger we have, he
continued. >? the heterogeneous charac?
ter of the populatlccu Then there is
the separation ? ,f the classes living in
the o'Jtles? orje living In coie setrlilon and
an uher elsewhere. So we have the
probh m of the city.
"What are the Christian people doing
to b. ri r :'iils condition? Almost iv .th
[ lug. And r.i.-iless we do helrter oursclyed
? ?in- natiii.-.i'S lifo will pay the price of
ottr Indifference. Vet we .hear people
stay, 'Keep out >r p-.m .-s. preachers.'
oh. I um so gl.id you have undertaken
the study those sociological prob?
lems, for study and light are badly
hcL-d I by most > if us.
"What is tiie object of municipal gt-v
eicimeht? it shotild not oniy proibcl
! ? ah%i pr<?perty, but should Inspire
? iir citizens with ull motives that are
be? '. l/niK ago, in CSIasgpw, they had
tli ? ' .id Mo i ab ul govenr.ment, but- I
hank Cod they h.nve now realised that
I'hey must make he city ha hit a bl,; to
their poorer classes. They have fui
n'ished gas rndlators and gtis at the
! -wi ?: price; they have provided ev:n
for the i m- washerwoman. Their pnb
: ? botlil.p.iuses and :'>.eir n'-iylel lenc
iiKvivt houses ail- moriiimonls to liumaji
endcavi r directed correqlly.
'I ii-.- hi-: thing we need here is to
enlarge and improve our school. \V ?
have done w-M along tliiri lin.;-. and yel
if we ti l l n u ;iiii'i I our gas plant
ovei a private cohpcra.tle.uij which
charges $1.10 ptr ihuusamd when i: can
be m.de from a cost Of from :ij centi
; ? 7u cents pe. thousand. You lr.'V..
LUMied over $\>ii sli> ?: railway frnri
ehis ; you have allowed the Octsh
Vio.u iraox ;?? ? run tlir i lIi your
stri;c:?s with nt the p.iynv."itit of o:k
ceii:'. 'It is wrong. 1 would say as\;>
i inform f.?r n':i? city''- campaign, w:
will gr. at no more ft anchises without
i'.i'i'??iuate b^mpeits.itlcct. >\Ve ? mghl to
Haviji our gas and o'jictrlc planti-t and
:\t i our tracks over which the street
?? companies uy run th'eir eirs, by
l lying for i:.
"Yon cannot make Norfolk ai betlei
.( .I i until you get' rid cf the salcutt
WHAT J?.?N DOES NOT LOVE BEAUTY?
' Hrs. Pinlcham Oounsols Young "Wivos to Kooop Thoir Attractiveness'
A Iiotter From a .Young Wife.
Scvcn-cighths of the men '? XPSSsw
in this world marry a woman ?'^fc^ftf: ~"" ~\~ '^Ss
because she is beautiful ^cf^^^^^^\^^^t-?-V^^^"^^^^^^^^"
What a disappoint*'
mcnt then to sec tlio ?'S*TiBBHr '?iS8?6j??ft0$^y?' ^?SssK
fuii^'oung wife's beauty " IwjSxff'.'? Jf^^^^tWaSr^^^^^
fading'away before a year ^J^^sf^ ^^^^^^^^^^^W^' ^^?^^^^1
1 feel as if I would like 'S^V^^^^^r^<^^Tv^S? V ' | ! '^J^^^wM^
to say to every young woman "/ V/// fr^W,^ ci f^'W ^^'^o^^rimf
who is about to be married? ?fffJ.'-'O '/> ' '"'^ * /' i \\VVj\Mr*^fe^^^S5?^
vancc, so that you will , not tyjiw, ^^1^^^^^^^^^^^^^
strain on your powers." Keep your beauty, il ?'x'Sr^ - *'('' AvJ%
it is a precious possession ! Your husband loves >T"<. ..^^r^sp-^^**^
your beauty, he is proud to be seen in public i/n <\ 3 'y^^T %^
with you; try to keep it for his sake, and your ift y V^/ ip \
The pnlc chocks, the dark shadows under f r ' '""' yj
the eyes,- the general drooping of the young - ^'
wife's form, what do they mean? They mean
that her nerves are failing, that her strength is going nnd that something
must be done to help her through the coining trials of maternity.
lluild Her up at once, by a course of some tonic with specific pewers. Such ns
Lydia 13. I'inkhain's Vegetable Compound. You can get it at any druggist's.
Following we publish lay request a letter from a young wife?of her own ac?
cord she addresses iL to her "suffering sisters," and while from modesty she
asks to withhold her name, she gives her initials and street number in
Cliaruliersburg, l'a., so she can easily be found personally or by letter:
To ray Suffering Sisters:?Let me write this for your benefit, telling you
what Lydia 15. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound lias done for me, I aiu but
nineteen and suffered with painfrd menstruation, lcucorrlioca, dizziness, burn?
ing sensation back of ears and on top of ihy bead, nervousness, pain and
soreness of muscles, bearing-down pains, could not sleep well, was uuabl-3
to stand without pain, ami oh! how 1 longed to be well!
One day 1 wrote to Mrs. Piukhain telling her all, knowing I could do so
in perfect confidence
She wrote me. a lovely letter in reply, telling me exactly what to do.
After taking nine bottles of the Compound, One box of Liver pills, and using
?inc-lialf package of Sanative wash, 1 can say 1 am cured. I am so happy,
and owe. my happiuess to none other than Mrs. Pillkham.
Why will women suffer when help is near? Let me, as one who lias had
some experience, urge all Buffering women, especially young wives, to seek
Mrs. Pinkhani's advice.?Mrs. lt. S. 11., 113 E. Catherine St., Chnmbcrsburg, Pa,
Men g.-i there to dring ami gah*bl|?. The
saloon kett.riers stniniHng together f<'r
their awn Interests, vvcild a mighty in
lluenbc. T'liia saloam uses h:.i3 men you
cleir.' to office, ros it wer,?, hecaif?c ysi'ur
ii.t.mllda-fces must go to them for thein
nctfteoamce. ?The saloon element is the,
i.i.vle.-.t vlVniti: i'.. T"hey care nothing
for your stattrt'es. Some time ago the
S.iloon Keepers' Association w.-.e formed
here and tiioy swore to keiip I'heir ?a
lociha eLrircd on Sundaiyi The next
Sal/bath tliey wens open. The first re
b-itll?n tf.ais country over had was t'he
iathiskey rebellion. I repeat, the ?jp
to :, element is the lalwloss element.
"The Chief vir Police told me that
t'here were ?everitO places wlv. n- whis?
key was being sold wH'hou't1 a license,
lie Boat me<n to buy whiskey aimd theiyi
got it, and then ten men were ].:?.
"raced to M.visar that the liquor wa -
given Xi in. "What we no-d is ts'.r- >rg
public opihton that will say that such
??bt ?rfugi s mos: etop.
"The soilocini m a centre of s.-.?ial and
political influence for its own In! rests.
Is the church? No. foul it must mdike
l-t f.:i i::< order to make our city bet.ter.
?iK'iiall tho vi'lal fcfBUes of our city be
lost through blind pa My love. Vote,
mill friends. Tor the best men; for
?o:irilng men; take an latcrcst in public
affairs and ose your awn lnfluea:>ca to
make Nonfolk a better city."
M'he reverend gentleman then weed
on t-a pay ids rosp;r.'s to tf/JJ soekti
club and gaiirJblers, staling his experi?
ences with both in his efforts to bust
them. L-'.pca'klng of the clubs, he said:
"A Judge hits no right to grace a
cWarteti ? an organization he knows
?.-xl:?;.;> for tho rutrpeee at evading the
At ihe coneiluslon bt Vis OKldress,
Rev. Mr. Burnett, behalf of tin- au?
dience, ih.a-kcd both speakers for their
address a. Am. r.- a vins sting with
great spiri't and t"1" ben'diicti?n was
pronuonced by Dr. \Vhautdti.
Relief* in Six Honrs.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder disease
relieved in Ox hours by "NliW GHKAT
SOUTH AMERICAN KIDNEY CURB.'.'
it is a great surprise on account of its ex?
ceeding prompte ss in relieving pain In
bladder, kidneys and back, in male or fe?
male. Relleycs retention of water almost
immediately, li you want qUIek relief
and euro this Is the remedy: Sold by
Walke Martin, Druggists, 10S Water
Street, Norfolk, Va.
"TITi: DA ST DAYS OF Til R CON
"The Last Days of the Con f edemiey"
is tli<- suhjecili upon which (Jen. .lohn 11.
Cord-,n WIM deliver a loo tin rc which wlil
be g:\rn as l-lve'caext Star Course eabtesr
airiiiii-nt of the Young Men's Cforisttaan
As:it i ?'? attain tit vibe Academy of Music
? a Tuesday night, t'he 22d instant.
Seats for IMe event are bev.g sold
rapidly, making 't necessary 0.-,r Wiosc
who desire to aiiMi hd to procure uheir
tlekdla a-t >2in early a date as possible.
Beats the Klondike.
Mr. A. C. Thomas, of M a rysville,
Tex., has fo/Jsnd a more valuable dis?
covery tlvun has y ?; bcei.t mad.- In the
ICIondike. For years he suffered untold
ag .ny iiv.m consumption, accompanied
by hemorrhages; amd was absolutely
cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for
COiiHump'ijci.a, Coughs and Colds, lie
declares that gold In of little value i::
comparison wi-th this marv -Ions cure;
would have M. even if i:> u-.st a hun?
dred d> 'liars n Ixattle. Asthma, ilron
etiitCs airid nil throat and lung tiffccltohs
are positively cured by Dr. King's
N?iv Discovery for Consumption. Trial
bottle free ..,; P.urrow. Martin .V- Co.'s
Drug St":.-. Iteglllar size So ce:: :s and
Ji.ori. Guaranteed enre or price re?
Amateurs 'tnd others In to rested are
iiifouu i that Eastmanrfs Kodaks and
Supplies nre to be had at Greenwood
Pros.' at strictly established prices.
Enslhiari hi;-- a< deseryoMi reputation for
best goods in phclograip4iie lln.-s and
the Messrs. Ore cwdod P. no. keep only
the host grub's la every department in
tlicir lines in fSold. and Silverware, &c.
P:..-ls to stilt the popular d .mind.
TltO Strained Keliillon., null Prohaltle
Iir Willi '< pilln
lias nothing to do with our
PAT KOI, W SHOE,
Which is made for ease and hard ser
vicc; has three distinct solid leather
s.d. .-, narrow, ihcdiuih and broad toes;
In laced and gaiters.
To lie had only at
ONE PRICK SHOE ST?RE,
64 Dank street, odd. Courthouse.
KnrrciM nriil ? <?.11.1i ('?iidit ion? For
? -i Wni'Mn-ffttc^ M'irch is. 1SHS.
fl^lfj j Fiox Virginia: ? ShotveiU;
I warmer In the interior; south
-i-.i.--i- i ly wind.-.
For North Carolina:?Sfr."nv
ros; warmer in lbs Interior; <so>i'<tlv.vcst
iSun rises, G:0!i a. in.; sun set?; C:10 1?.
in.; hfgh water, G:is a. m. hatd 7:11 p.
m.j lciw water, 12:30 p. in. and 1:00 p. in.
U. S. Department of Agriculture
Weatlii.-r bureau, Norfolk, March 18.
The following observation's are record?
er for the past twenty-four hours:
Maximum Semperature . 00
Minimum temperature . All
Normal temperature . -It
Departure from normal .plus 10
Departure from normal since .lnn
u try 1st) .plus 1 ->l
Rainfall in 24 hours .02
R :i'.nfl..t!l since March 1st .2.17
Mean humidity . 90
J. J; QUAY. Observer.
oi;t ti-lk best.
You can not trifle with your h alth.
ft you ?ire w. ak and nervous, broken
d u n. your .lilcod disordered, if you have
com in H ted excesses, i ivcnlvixcd your :
El'gies or In way Injur. d your health
you should hinve (.'he tr ''.ment of Dr.
Grccra?, :?'> W st -i Uli street, New York
City. ;''ae (lVsCngulshcd specialist', whose
wonderful cures hav.1 made his ?mm:
fan* 'iis. You can consult Dr. Ctreom
pers nally or l>y lotti<r, free. He has der
veli iped the most p r>feel and succ ssful
syfttom of cur - through c?rresponderoe
Writ., him about your ease and a curt
A'N ITXt! RAiTE I'M' r, NIiJG.RO.
The rthlto Celphla Record of yester?
day says: "Guorge Pedigree, a Stock?
ton Partner, was accosted late Tu. Bday
.ieht by :i colored man who wn?ted
employment. The ft langer v.-.is qiics
yloned and his cihswors were so sali?
fiu tory tha.l he was engaged . in sight.
Wbi!;? ci.-.i tlu v way to l.ho farm the
colored mam mt'tacketl Pedigree and ben.:
hhn ali nit itthe head and body. An
aJairm was ?iivcn and ui crowd of men
assisted Officer Gkiitdcn ii.ii taking tin
prisoner to "the 'town jail. Rcforo n.e-1
corder Schmidt yesterday lie gave ii-he |
name of Andrew JYnkins n?r.d Iiis ad?
dress as Norfolk, V|3l Ho was son
(enced 'to sixty days in the o\unty ja.il."
Superior lo Imported WillCN.
20 West 42d St.. New York, Dec. 11,1803.
Alfred Speer, President:
Dear Sir?I can say emphatically that
1 like your wines far better Oian any
of the Impemted \vines. Your Claret,
Shiny and Sauterno are very fine and
agreeable. Your I a,tier is my favorite.
I aim, yours truly.
S. F, HOWliA-ND.
I. O. O. F.
The members of ENCAMPMENT NO. |.
I. O. O, V., are reipii sled lo assemble ;ii
it .ir 11:111 THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON,
March Itt, IS9S, ai :s o'qlock for the purpose
of pnyiiiK thiu last sail tribute of resi.t
to our deceased p?lrlnch. WM. Kitx l.K?
I'JN. AH patrlacha are trctemtilty invited
tu unite wiili us.
Uv order of C. ''.
mal!i-li JAMES 15. McCOY, Scribe.
,\ QRNERAti MR ET I NU OF Till-;
A stockholders of the A l.r.KM A I: I.K A
CHESAPEAKE <' A X A I. CO. will be field
:it ihe office of the company, I" the city
of Norfolk. Virginia, at in o'clock in., on
WEDNESDAY, lite 30th day of .March,
it older of the Honrd of Dire.tors.
it. s. uurtwKi.ti,
Norfolk, y?? March 12. iris.
THE SECOND ANNITAfj MEETING OF
1 Till". PARK PI#ACK COMPANY will
be in id ;it the offh.if the company,
t'itv National llhnk Building, at s p. m.,
??'FRIDAY, tJiO 15th day of April, IS?8.
T. P. GRAY,
MYEE & CO.,
Railroad. Steamboat and
A end 6 West Markot Squaro.
VESUVIUS PASSES IN
The Swift Dynamite Cruiser Did Not Stop
, Here, However.
KEPT STRAIGHT ON TO WASHINGTON
Kumorcd Tlmt Mio Hiin Court or In*
qulry's Ilopoft Abonrrt?Tornctlo
Hunt lto;;ers Expected? Pnrltain
About Itendy?I.tcut. Iiltlor Wuiits
Tlio failure of the dynamite cruiser
Vesuvius, which passed in the Oapes
at 10 O'clock yestcrdiaiy moii.-jjr.ig, to
stop here for supplies exci'ti-id muoh
comment aind gravi? color to oho impres
sioh that the fleet vessel is either tue
btc-rer of -the court kit inquiry's re
ponj or other tfmpotuant dispatches.
t>li* con tinned up tltfd Bay on r:iute to
The terpedo boat Rogers Is expected
here from Pa kl more, where she was
built, (lb-day. The lHJ'Jlo ves?i?l will
probably be put in commission Imme
diately upon her arrival.
The- big monitor PurH-aa; 'Is expected
tin be eii'tlrely completed by to-nigh'J
and r-cr-tfy for 1ver voyagi; southward
into the squa'd'rcci at Dry Tortugi
Passed A&^lst'jint Engineer Dlsmukea
has been ordered to '.the Puritan. ?
'There is a dally '.increase in the con
Btfuctiion depap.irciJivt'? working force.
Ciiiivmandant -Farqulvar, of the N-:n"
folk Navy-yard, leaves for WisehOhigtoh
Lo-ivig-ht iby steamer. -His braving a'J
this time may moan much ecid iL is
rumored What .he has faiecini summoned
beltane Secretory of lihji Navy Dour to
let lihn know ju'iKI how long It will be
before the ?Newark can be completed.
APPiLIES FOR SEA DUTY.
Lieutswsoit Bitter, the Instructor of the
Lieutenant Bitler, United FUit es navy,
attached to the Hydrographie ofllce In
this city, and mIm , th; efficient instruc?
tor of '.he Naval ltvaM-ves of Vtrgisfts
and North Carolina, to-t'aay made appli?
cation to the Navy Department for as?
signment to sea duty, where he says
he believes hE1 can be of most ssrvio
at present. The Na.vnl Reserves of this
section) will f irmally express their d:;'p
regret at "the loss of their instructor.
TlflO VIRGINIA EUrOCTBlC CO.
The last Legislature granted a char?
ter to the yirgi.-.t>a BJeetTw; company,
it'ho in corporators i:< which were
-Messrs. l'eti.r Wright, W. H. Wmfti.
N. N". Randolph and fs.21.xc KerelKiw.
The capital steck .'is divided into shores
of $100 each and the Uitmunt of it
ranges between $20,000 and $1.000.000.
The company is empowered, to buy.
sell, leasij or cohsoildaite; kl.a hold, buy
QCii sell propcivy. it Is empowered
also to manufacture electricity for sah
Ab ECiOn .a? tJse company was charter?
ed it began in^gcilf<a<llcir.?a for the pur
ohrise ? if '.O'i? Electric Company cf Vir?
gin a und the eteetvic department of
the Norfolk Oais company, on Plume
street. Which ended in the successful
purchase of those plants acid the con
saliilatii 1.-.1 of the fhti e Into one corn
N'KRVOTS TROUBLES all hinds cured
with ANIMAL EXTRACTS. Fiee book
tells hew. WASHINGTON CHEMICAL
CO.. Washington. D. C.
cm 1 31
HALL.? Entered Into rest, after a long
nines:;, :it his residence, No. IIA Brewer
street, Friday morning at 11:30 o'clock,
W ILLIAM H. c. HALL, aged 72 years.
Funeral from St. Luke's P. K. church
SUNDAY AFTERNOON at l:S0 o'clock.
Interment in family burial ground, Priri
eess Anne county.
Kindly bmll (lowers.
M?RECOCK.?At the family residence.
No. 423 South street Portsmouth, Vn.,
.March ISthj IS9S, lit 2:2.. o'clock a. m.. UL?
LI K MAY, daughter of T. J. and Fannie
L. Morccock, nged 22 years; :i months, 21
The funeral services will be held at tin
Central M. E. church TO-MORROW (Sun?
day) AFTERNOON at :t o'clock. Friend*
and acquaintances are respectfully invit?
ed to intend. ma 19-21
COUPER MARBLE WORKS,
iho, KU nmi ins iinnu ttu
Grave Burial Vaults.
Prices reduced ns follows:
,_ra-KJ? Any medium adult size, $20.
tgggasjy* JSxtra size. $20.
A. E. HAUL Sc CO.,
WALTER H. HALL. Propr.,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
No. 275 (150) Ornnby street.
Established 11.76. Terms Reasonable.
W. H. H. Trice & Co.,
Leal Estate and Rental Agents. Cornc
Itunk and l'lumc streets.
RESIDENCES, j BTOREfJ.
- 111 ig Ii 11 ml James sts
13.1 Maltby ave. 2'is Quocn street.
?.:;:> Ddko st. 17s Church struct.
11 Falkland st. 71 arid 7(1 Roan ok e.
119 Park avenue. 149 Main street.
217 Cook. 7!i Roan Oka S venue.
592 Main st. "I Roanoke avenue.
10X York street. 77 Roanoke avenue.
500 RceVCS. 421 Main st.
30 Rank st.
S7 Commerce street,
15 ami 27 Taluot st..
110 Mariner street
!'! Wood street.
KH I Hike street,
PI Holt street,
S01 I'.ramblcton ave. SM Main slreot,
Fort St. A desirable (otlnRO
"Mi Main st. about oin. miio frum
ir, North st-. itown.
LOOM 2H AND 212 COLUMBIA UU1LD
INO. GRAN OY STREBT.
FOR SALE.?RIBBLE LOTS?the besl
building lots in Die city.
Dwelling No. I?) Bute street.
Slor- No. II Charlotte street.
Store No. ?>1 Rank street.
Store No 101 Commercial Place.
Store ami dwelling No. 34 Queen street.
Warehouse Nos. 192 and 191 Water street.
N?s. M and 101 Commercial Lluce.
Nos. 7'J .-nil s:t Commerce street.
Offices Gran by, Haidt und Commerce
et reu is.
Dwelling No. 59 Cumberland street.
Dwelling No. 122 Freemason street, rent
Dwelling on Pool.-- street, $20.
No. 20n Cumberland stroet.20.00
No. 4S7 Main street .27f0
No. 115 FcrgUSOII avenue .1..00
Dwelling No. 41214 Main street, rent J2o.
Palne's Celery Compound
It makes (the weak strong,
"We sell and recommend it.
296 Main Street,
9 Hill Street.
Burrow, Harth. & Co.,
DO tOD WANT IT!
Neatly a year lias passed, since Mr.
Sinhker gave this testimonial. Hp says
It's still true. Mere'patchwork will not
Stand the test of lime.
v.'.',1 2htSifi!!!3r fndorao and recommend
^1 ,lKI'n s TREATMENT FOR CA?
TARRH OK THE NOSH AND THROAT.
HAVING SUFFERED FOR V ISARS
FROM MY INABILITY TO BREATHE
TIIROtOIl MY NOSTRILS. SWIMMING
OF HEAD AND HABITUAL COLDS
MY NOSTRILS BEING CONTINUALLY^
STOPPED UP. and having tried many
remedies, to which my attention lind been
directed, I commenced treatment with Dr.
Flrey, and I believe llll HAS EFFECT?
ED A PERMANENT CUKE."
E. F. BLANK MR,
IUI E. ClaihoTno avenue.
OFFICES 1 and 2, No. 311 MAIN ST.
Opposite Commercial Place.
SPECIALTIES:?CATARRH, and ALL
DISEASES OF EYE, EAR, NOSE AND
Consultation Free !
iVIedlcines Furnished !
Terms Very Moderate I
9 a. m. to 12:30; 2 to 6 p. it,
SUNDAYS?11 a. in. to 1 :SO p. m.
A REGULAR OCCULIST EXAMINA?
TION OF THE KVES FOR GLASSES
MA I iK FREE or CHARGE;
poll RE-ELECTION TO THE
Subject to the Democratic Primary,
mh 17-1 ni
W. R, ffl?YO.
Subject to the Democratic Primary.
Subject] to the action of. the Dcinocrntlo
C Brooks Johnston,
Special! Special! Special
Norfolk, Va., Spratley Bros.'
Fifty dozen Ladies and Children's
Host;, assorted black and tan, odd
sizes, to close l?l 17c. pair; former
price, 25 to 50c. pair.
100 pieces Fancy Ribbons, to
5 inches wide, formerly sold at 25,
J5, 50 and 62%c. yard; special sale
price, 19c. yard for choice of lot.
Early callers will get first choice.
_218 IB a i n St roc t, No r rolle.
Irwiii's Express Coiiiiiany
NO. SIS/WATER STREET.
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
OUTFIT IN THE CITY FOR HAULINQ
ANYTHING. YOUR WORK SOLICIT?
ED. WORK HORSES FOR HIKE.
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