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A Flag of Warning.
Beware of tho dry, tickling, hacking,
morning cough, for it warns you that
consumption lurks ucar. Tho famous
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure it.
"I had a very bad cough. Ouc doctor
pronounced it consumption. I used
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup and was com?
pletely cured; the cough left mc and
haB never conic back. Simon Sinnsal,
375 31st Street, Chicago, Ills." Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup costs but 25 cents.
Ask for Bull's, take only Bull's.
'?i-SOLD BY?
Cannon's riiarmacy, '20 Bute street.
Alfred T. West, 210 Main street,
Robt. F. Holmes & Co., 7(1 Main street.
Helstand's Atlantic City Urns? Store.
Young lady wants position as assistant
bookkeeper, cashier or clerk in of lice';
thoroughly experienced: high references
furnished. Address EXPERIENCED,
care Virginian. tnal'.t-if
position to the rlgllt man: stale refer?
ences, Address TAILOR SHOP, Uils of
flco._ mrlS-tf
BOARD in private family; references ex?
changed. Address A. 11., care Virginian.
GERMAN MAX wants situation; experi?
enced in general housework, as pantry?
man, porter, steward, butler tin hotel,
ship, Itoardlng house or private faimly.
Very moderate wanes: a chance of ad?
vancement. Address No. 2 avenue (?',
Huntcrsvtlle, Norfolk. Mrs. MILLER;
mhlti-st* C.
professional services to the public. Of
lice. W, Oranby sliest, (Idbrary !>uild
Ing); hours, !t to It a. m.. to 7;jo p. mi
X'ew phone, 219; residence, 260 Freema
son street. , innt-lf
*cn ?ll? CURES IX h DAYS. At
4t> I RflESMl Drug store Church St.,
Norfolk. Va. lio23-ly
Dr. Mm Giering.
^ctji.stered Physician
Private sanitarium
P high repute. Vc-K
Kablo compound for
femalo complaints.
11.00. l.iilv White
Regula tlvu Pills, $2.
Wives wltheul chil?
dren consult inc.
1G03 E. Baltimore St.,
Baltimore, Md.
l l)lkst ChW'cstcr's English Fcnnyroy:;! Pills
'ftiaiiwvl nr.iu.ti. are tho Beat. K?fr, ItfHabW.
T.k- ?.?> mixr. s. ii.1 v., mm>i?, i" pMlknUw, " IMM
?..Hr.." iv Mam by Roturn Mali*:, *> l*r"*Fu**>
Cblchostur Chemical Co., Plillada.,
tur till
MAN AND WIFE, or a .-oimg man. can
obtain board In private family, with um:
of bath, In western oar* o-' cltv. refer?
ence exchanged. Address "Y." cure of
Virginian ofilee.
FOB SAI.lv Hirt f"i' gardens and for fill?
ing purposes; sold ami delivered by It. <i.
WILSON, 162 Princess Anne nwenue.
Terms reasoitable; _ inrlS-311
Fi lit"!s.\ i,E--i.ii:hi Rramah Coekorls, and
eggs for hatching; pure bred stock. Ad
ilruss Box 2, Churchlnnd, Va.
mhl2-s i,tu,we
It lakes a long limn to learn
to make good ice Cream, many
wheels, some brains. Learning
all the time her.?.and pretty m ar- I
Iv lo the perfect linilit new. The }
constant aim to satisfy and /
phase, wiih the warm weather ?
many old friends' faces api>car .7
a bout.a nd many well rememlier- A
e| names tin lite order book. ./
Fine Oreo in is hot found every- ]
where, it Is here. ./
Give us your orders for Meats and In
turn we will deliver it for you free of i
charge and give you the
LAMB, PORKi LA BD, SA 1,'ti.lllliS,
J, S. BELL Jr., & CO
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
PHONES CS? ?ND 1010.
?Established in issi.
?Opeintes tho Edison System, furnishing
direct electric current for incandescent
lamps, moiois for manufacturing, electric
funs and other purposes. Current 112 und
221 v?.ith. Brush und American System fur
arc lumns.
General offices No. 271 Main street, nt
Savin?* Rank of Norfolk: station and au.
perlntcndent'a cfilce. m Cove street
. "Promise Tiltaill you'll W ed Mc" is
the title 1.1' a. in w sung wi'uu-u ,by Mr.
George A. N'Mrt;i.-.i, :.i: ? popular young
Norfolk wriLr. The mualc is by R.
W'h'ltmore <tnd- >ti'- Yarlxrt'oug'h Mm-ic
company are the piibilslKt's. The song
portiiviys <h bciat'.'.l ful siory, 'true ti >
every day Ofe, ijr.iJ proa Iscs to be
oonvo "popuhir.
The latest of Mr. Norton's pr lue
t'jons is "No Wcddlrfe Bells r r 11 r."
this music of which i.- in Mr. .lanie?
AV. Casey, 't is now in ii; ? hands i .t"
Che publishers.
Free Pills.
Send your address t . II. R. Bneklcii
& Ca., Chicago, and get a free sample
DOX of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A
(trial will convince you of their merits.
These pills are easy nctloii and lire
p-krt-icularly effective in the ein?, of
Constipation and Siek Hcuidnehc, For
Malaria and Liver troubles they have
?been proved Invaluable. Tiny nvo
guaranteed to be perfectly ffoa frdni
every deleterious substituted and t . be
purely vegetable. Tin y do not wt alien
liy Mielr action, but by giving tone to
the stomnch and bowels grei.titl.v i.vv:go
rate 'tOlC system. Regular size ll?e.
per box. Sold by Bur 1*0W, Martin
Cki, druggists.
Dr. A. Week has returned and may
be found any day at The Onle Jewelry
?KoiApany from 0 a. m. to t> p. m. No.
810 Main street.
Many Matters of Interest Around About City
j > Kail Square,
In Hie Knit or W, II. II. Trice mid
Others ilsullivt tllC tin rr ush 1.stale
?Will l'robnbly Ho Accepted ~
Horeit, Tlilrly Day* ??r Stcalliiu
Tobnceo? ?Hier discs.
The Match term of the Court or Law
ami Chancery 'basins cm Monday of
risoet wee-.
In the suit of w. IT. II. Trice arid
others egafnab -Mrs. Burruss, '.'he wit.
ot" Captain Nathaniel Burruss, a com"
promise' has been offered. This suit. it
will he rem'Sdribcred. was brought dibout
a year ago l?y ths credit:.:-? of Burruss;
Son & Co., the d in net banking firm, t.
r?c ivcr property sd:' aside to pay Mrs
Burruss an amount equhialent to a con
t'.rtSEiit d wer, of which she might haw
come into passession or if she had not
W-j.lv ed her rights in property deeded
to Judge Cinrnett;, as "Jrustce, lo settL.
the aiffnlrs i.if the bank.
Th?'orrer made?by .Mrs. Burruss to tin
creditors who j:'.:ied Mr. Trice Iii th
suit is to-pay them 50 p--r er.ht. o.f the
amounlJ r.f their claims, this to lie net,
and to pay the expenses, or 10 per cer.t.
to thk' plaintiffs' attornsys, the pay?
ments :> i be made within sixty days
from ilte d lk< this secorasl offer is a.
eepte 1. and it is understood that nearly
bill) Interested in this particular suit
have agre.d to ace.pt the compromisi
The quoit.''on of what position, this
compromise will l av.'- the credit'irs or
Biiiiuss. Son & Co. who did not unit.
.VitIi Mr. Trice in the a! tempt to re
cover properly from Mrs. Burruss, i;
proti.'ibly uns ..tl it. Tin y will probably
make s mc eff r: i >> obtain a. share
the prop riy that th .mpromlse ad
mits Itelorags, at least in part, lo tin
creditors. How the credil.'ars of .the
hank can be ? xcliMl.d from participation
in tlte property because they did rl it
bus.-M rs. Burruss, is a qu -ii n. u.aw
ever that hic?y be. the offer of a com?
promise is m vie for the s cond 'time.
A very sh ii' and uninteresting docket
was spread i'oefoi'?. JustlcE.Toiiilln in the
Police p rirt yestcrdhy, which wiaia dis
|10S< d c-f as f .Hows:
fJ.rar.it Bishop, colored; was charged
with stealing tobacco to (Cic value of
$3 from )f. V. (Ji.i.tlson. corner Chap-!
arid Queen sir, :s. Hewura found guilty
and given tlllll.'y d \vs in' jail.
Laura I.- .-, ti i.e. .1, wiari lined J! for
fighting Svl'th .Sarah Hawkins, also col?
ored: This was ths outcome of a decis?
ion I.1 the Police O cant' ?n Thursday,
when Sarah wu? acquitted <>r th;2 charge
:>f Sterling tfrom Laiiiva. The la-tter was
so Incensed at I he escape r.f the for
in r that sh ? a tie mp fed to satisfy her
wrath by g!vi::r? .Sarah a sound thrcisli
Ing. with |.hh ivsu'l'I Ilia!.' she was ar?
rested and lined aa above.
Lvar.-.. Wallace, for .breach of the
pc.lce, \\t ij lined $1 anil costs.
A. Cui'tlnb, charged 'with assault, was
lined $2.M) anl costs.
.lohn Hanson, f r being drang and
disorderly, was nssiissed $2.50 and c.sts.
.1 ..??..pii Anderson and .lam, s Carroll
wer., eacii lined $1 aiiid costs lor bei::?
Hit-hard Evans, colored, for breach
of .' le p. ace. w as ma l.. t> . pay $2.50 and
car '.in,. Bulloel:, for using abusive
langu'.tgr>, wja tin ?! ?l aril costs;
fin Thursday next .ih'o barge Daisy
Bell, w'irii h wtiB lib. i: .I here on Frl?
? lay. th.- 12-tihj by Hudson Bros., will
I-- sold ii; per order of Judge John
Caul. ..f tiro United S;'i:,s Court of the
Western l 'istii.-t ?f Virginia.
Wenithsr ?nsotM d llir?iighout cotton
Future contract market in Liverpool
closed steady, advancing li to i point,
spa mark-: uncluaniged. Stiles, 12.000
bal '..s.
Bar silver i::i London unchanged at
in i' night's prie s-, 25 7-lGd., against
-?.",.). las: y ar.
I'uiied States ports received yester?
day 19,104 b.ii.s. 'auahast I3.CS0 bales
i :-t year, and 28.299 bates in ISO?.
Now Orlens estimated receipts tor l>'i
day are 7,000 to S.O00, ttgalnst 1.S8G lotlj
year and 0.125 in I$95,
Future contracts in New Orleans ad
va::-'d 2 points .May. 5.61.
N. .v York future contract market -ail- \
vaiiccd on.- point, dosing quiet and
<:? adv. May. 5.9S to 5.90; Aug?W.', ?.05
to ?.O?; Oci '?' r, 0.02 to li.ott. Si..'.es 50,000
The next nttrattl'ion of th Star C mrs..
of the V. M. c. A. ai the Academy of
Music will be a leotiir by <; neral John
Iii. fiordci^ Ithe giaKaiitj O i f ? Ich
command, r.
^ The di.vte is Tuesday, March 22d, nl
R o'clock. Cienera.1 Gordon w'li dellve.
his laies: l u.-iu:.: "The Fir=: Days cf
the Ci mfederacy."
By a typographical c-rroj- the Kc-IIds
comparay and (Jon n-il C. ird< k\ ar.: trans
posed on the membership cards
A number or tiekci's w-ir** yester
day and a.ftaaajre .Midi, nc?
ih Qororal on the 22tl
NORiFODK l.V.'Ki-.M.
The i!-x .' f't lui e under th ? hsplces
of -,he Norfolk Lye tun ,.,)...
.?>"? ? u- t Vv-n'i.-.i at S:)5 ,', ;,.. k a: .,?.
fM"1/ '" '? 'Hie subject will be
th. ? Life and CJiaracloi' of Com hi idorc
.dat.vw Foatninri Maury'' a..; -he
>l ah r will bo Col. W. II. ?I, ,
of 11 ,i ismm th.
?Viitctde Kaltl to 1,,. rpiticmie.
Dr. lav Riie. the famoiH French author?
ity ;>n abnorpial pheinMn^nn and i mo
f.ssor In Laval 1" ver.-dly, hnj), nfh . \
hnustlve comparison of fait-j in l-'nimV
Belgium, England a^nd the imit d s-.-,:.s*
?'"me to iii.inclusion the IncKnntloh to
suicide is a mania, a ?. 1 Is epld'ein'e. Tliera
seems to be strong corrohoiiitlon of tid?
in our swii countr>' where One siilo'clo ?
nartlqularly among yoiiug reinal 5?fol?
lows niicvther. No learned ntithority has
as yet d s.-ovt r A with exDelltudc whether
malarln i- epidemic or endemic, but 5i Unn
hi - n matter of net.*!': ty for ct,*arly half
a century that the md.s| reltaibjo nr'-v n.
Iv'g aaitl euiativ . of tie- various forms of
ir.ul.arla i- Hostetter'a Si. ihnch Blisters,
Bestoreal iltittcia.ts haw no. only set the
seal nl' their approbat'ori upon ii in mala?
rial eases, bin commend it for rheuma?
tism, kidney ami liver lj-ouble, ra.arvous
ness. dyspci>sk? and eons; |iatloii. it im?
proves both appetllc ami ale. i>. and !?< a
capital mitlgaht of Infirmity in advancing
Brief?99 Possible Mention Made of
?Muir.iy Maaters of Interest.
Hew A. S. Lloyd has returned from
a brief trip to Alexandria.
Mr. C. T. Richardson, of tho Wash?
ington Post, was to Norfolk yesterday.
iRev. Philip it. Brescott, of Wash leg?
ten CKiy. is the truest of Norfolk
Miss Booker ami d party of six
frtands fitam out Point spent) yesterday
to the city,
The StUVc-ludern bark Africa, so long
in this port, still K<es in iahe stream off
Town 11 wr.iA
The Norfolk baseball team will wear
gray uniforms, with blue trimmings,
again this season*
Rev; Mr. Claude, of Newport News,
will lead the services at the Union M'lsr
ston at s o'clock to-night.
The bricklayers an: pushing adtttnd on
Wie annex to the Morollccllo HicileJ.
They are now above ground.
Itev. 'Dr. Oarl 10. Crammer, rector of
Christ church, is assigning bn the Den
leil a?rv>lces at St. Paul's church.
All "ij-yai Temperance Ijjgflcins" are
cordially i...v:tod to he present. Sunday
night nit! s o'clock lira 'She First Baptist
.Messrs. T. lt. Ja-ckson, C. II. Spann
and \V. M. Simpson will stand for
Oouno.'tlmon t-.f Bit mblcHi '.-.i Word a,t
1'ho coming eleotlon.
Mr. -T. R. Tayl. ir, of ll-e Walker
pharmacy, cci ClalbtSrne avenue, Broth
L'leton, l.i i< returned from Ills rccoctt
visit to Man '.ssas, Va.
Complain-;) Is made of the city elec?
tric lights being cxtIhgulsh-Kl too early
? the mor.iing. The police depait
mcr.it Is looking ln"uo the matter.
Mtr. \j. Royster, Clerk of the Court,
's |>rC|'Ar!ng i'?? move his clerical force
in.l all records back Int? the CaJrk's
olllce, the Improvementa there having
been completed.
S; ciil c it furn>Islit?d by the Nor Pol S
Strceti Railroad conip'ny for the omi
ycciloncb i:i? t'he members of the Cdinrn
try OVub will leave Lamberti's Point
this cvcnOng at 7 o'clock.
Mr. Charles A. LlekHder, #of I'll"
Mutual Reserve Fuod Insurant: > com?
pany, left yesterday for Richmond ?lb
look Into the death claim of the lite
Itev. Dr. George C. Vianderslicc.
itev. Dr. W. S. Lacy, of the Soeo:-vl
PlVSbyl rlJtn Church, and Mrs. I.vey let:
yi Rterdi3iy uiorntatr. for North Gueollma
'? spend several tveeks, the church hay?
ing .elected Dr. Lacy a vacation.
The o-liimissioners in ijSio mailer of
thO e- ndemaat i.:. i of tin- Little Crccll
property. in Princess Amre county,,
?heard testimony ognOn yesterday. They
adjourned fill next Thursday morning.
The city will Introduce more testimony
m Lhat lime.
i: is gratlfyirjg to ntU'lcc the many
u ".v buildings, in st of which are res
[dencus, that a:' at present i:i corns
life instruction. The most of this bU tid?
ing eelivity Is noY'leckble In the neigh?
borhood 'if Client. Mid the following Is
a list of the builders and c wners:
II. S. IIcrma::*, two bouses; Mrs. s. .1
Thomas, on.- house; Claude Northern,
on house; C. N. Whltehursti one b mse;
James 13. Allen, one house.
v. 0(lend'hcul is building ome house on
Olli y road.
.Mr. Tat,- is building one house on
Pembroke, coiwr of CoKminl uivcnue.
I,, l'. ltoH?ents linn ;i li autlful house
nearly completed on ODlonlml ??.vorauc.
.1. Ired ll Jenkins is building a resi
? 1. race on "Warren Crcsc ?rSi.
.1. tl. Walker, ihre ? htrmsea at the cor?
ner of Mary's and Botetourt streets.
K. T. Ltsinib, iwi Iiousj s mi .Mary's
stre=t, r.i.'ar Colonial av ntie.
? W. I.. Williams, one h use in same
Townsehd \- Joynes, ;hr?o bouses cai
Colon 1-3,1 liiveraue, corner of Browns?.oi
nvenu -. All of these houses are said
IJj tbe sold.
R. II. Baker, one hbtise or* the corner
? >f I' aibti ike avenue and Bote tour t
Tk> steamer Of-.:-gin, of *he Old Buy
Me, w'lvlcfli'has been out of ocimmlsslttn
f, r s.'M i'ii wi 11.-. has beccs put "ii the
route he:w. -n Baltimore, Old Pc-Jnt,
Norfolk an i Portsnwu'lh. Bvcrj por?
tion of tihe vi ??*.?] hH? becrii .' i uglily
by rhauled. Her hull lias been n-pvot
i 1 airrd wherever necessary the'salooha
ar.d Fitaterc" nvs rcfilited and refurnish
? ^ Tflie Al.iibamu goes Into the dry
dc-rk 'an Wert-ritrs lay tor In r aiiounl la
..p : ?-.i ar.d overlMalfrig, th-j s.- ithcr
Virginia beir.'g sub3l!Huted' Cir hj?r i-Sii
the route.
A meeting of unusual lnUr.*.st will l> ?
h W ' l.lie V. M. C* A. Sunday nft ?r
men. to which all meii of Vi irf.dk and
vicinity are invited,
pit fofisor A. i-:. \Vtu:?, ? >r Xew Vork,
will deliver .in addr'?s on "T'.ie I.:f -
W:. I.i\ "
Pi-nfes;: :? Willis has had an excoed
Ingly Mi'i'li'd experlviice as f.i traveller
atid lectur-r. nnd never falls t> inteti.'&t
aii.' Instruct ills j.udiehues.
tPermlts for n&iv buildings bav- he.eh
'.u d a ? Ol a;'? s lt. .Ion: s for one two
.'? nry frame residence, on Bnaunbleton
wehiie near Mi cde.
To Henry K. Simpson f- r a tworstory
frame its id iriie on Pori stre.frt hjiar
Camp a v nue.
To W- A r rts for oni frame residence
i:m liijrblnnd ?aa'cnue.
Amerlra's greatest medicine Is Hdind's
Snrsaparllla, wlileh cures when all other
preparations fall to do any good what?
ever. *
The Oni - Jpvyolry Co.'s diamond and
watch clubs ?i a week. No installment
plan. mliS
Consult Dr A. Week, occulist.
Local Happenings ?f Various Sorls of
More Titan Passing Interest.
j. < iii htilic Firm itnptlsi Church l.nnt
Wight?Thackeray l.itornry socio
ly Have, a Debate at v. m. <*. a.?
Candidate* Address? a Political
Dast ralglif a.t the First Baptist church
a social wi;a given the superintendents
and teachers of the iltflisreniL' Sunday
ttici'aools in tins city by tha Woman's
ChrhL'iun Tetnperuance Union. The af?
fair was held Inj the- lecture rocm of
the church, and wa-s uiitended by ai
largo g:i:h-.rlng or .Sunday seta ol ofll
cer? 1
The exTrelscB uf the evening were be?
gun wlih an address .by Bev. Mr. HaUch
er, pastor of the First Baptist church,
who told of thi-- object of Ihu UtcCtlug
Oinxl praised the work nf itihe W. C. 'I'?
ll, for the tl.tcips H had takr.ii in bring-.
I rag 'together the representatives of aJrl
Pii itcs-lant denominations.
iMr. Handier was follow, d hy Mrs. w.
I"). Soutluall. district superintendent of
Sunday school work. Who gava a ivcord
of tlie good that haul been accomplish d
hy these socials ami of tlie great Held
and opportunity thai: are op n for more
?iriterefl.'iiig work.
Dr. Y.vung. ?f l'Jpworlh church, follow?
ed e?lrs. Sou tint 11 wi't'h a glowing nd
dntBSi taking for ha- suliject "Some
Poln'ts." Dr. Young chnrmed his hear?
ers with his quince, avid, 'true to his
subject, gave them "spiir?. poln't's" on
Sunday school work. Hia touched upon
every branch of the work and nave
valuable advice as to how to conduct
each' ine so that! 'h:; d sired result could
be obtained. The audie.r.iiv. showed groin:
Intereda iknd enthusiasm, and wer.'
seemingly greatly benoflt.cd for having
heard Hut* able Instructions uf Dr
Mrs. IMIley, district secretary, mv.
:\ short talk en the practical pan.' >.i
?. '.eacher'-j life.
-Mrs. 1'avillc, the district president,
made a lirir.f address, in which she told
of the success the W. C. T. IT. had
made in Sunday school work, and of
the many pkasa.r.il socials which l.' is
proposed ;< ? glV? from time to time.
During th.2 Intermissions between lb.
addresses veal ara.i lii:l.'. un;.t'ntal
music was furr.tishcd by iai number of
local talent. pelt'gWJful refreshment*
were servd In the pastor's study ra'i! l
the pleasant event cam: h a clor... with
a. prayer by Dr. Young,
Tlrackeray Bileu;ry Society.
Met riiri:1 Enjoyed 'a Spirited Debate,
Which Was Decided in Favor or
the Affirm i<tivi?i
Bast. irtlghd wa? nupplc.V<us in tlie
I annals ol the above society! when the
deb ale, "Kcsdve.l. That heredity is
more ititliientii.il in tlie formation and
development of era n-.u-a-r t'lvui envlrdh
mor.it." F?>k place Vit t'he Y. M. C. A.
rooms. The negirt'iivc side was rep?
resented by Messrs. Ifugh 'J. Puyldr, II.
,i. il'il.y.el and M. C. Harris act.l the
affirmative by Messrs. ,j. T. Min;i>lnnd,
J. II. Hailing, .1. Keelii.-ig -.n,i A. Mort?
main. Tl..- a>rbl>:Uitors were Dr. II. f*
Play-no and Messrs. .1. Bunting '3Jid
Ohurlos March, of Washington; D. C.
Tin- critic was Dr. I,. B. Fiery rand
i lie tlmekci per IMr." Tructrortahy.
Mr. Land :??<.;< ?be choir at S:i". nr.?:l
j the meeting adjourned jusii two hours
later. After a. brief retlreino.rH of the
j Judges, the rtecCsVin wco announced in
favor of tihe allirma.tlve.
A Very Bnthusl-i 'c Meeting Held at
IUctoirdsimi's Hall.
The Hebrew Independent Political
club held a very cn't'h'uslustlc meeting
at Richardson's Hall, con i?r Bank
street' and City Hall avenue, last r.i'.ghn
The room was filled to overflowing
with politic) i. is from every ward in
the city, among which wen. ? number
of asp.ir.nts 1.1 el iy oflloes who had <m
ia lUnccd thcmselvi s as subject tip the
orimury election to be lie!,} next month.
S"pei;ch-n,'iking was the order of Ohe
evc-n!ir.ig, and from the lime tlie first
speaker look tie- platform the whole
assemblage save it-i,f over to patriot?
ism a:- l entthuslasm, which w if. dem
onstrali d by the frequent hursts of
<? typhoid fever ?^I&'&? |
S 'I Ii? Mini ii'.nrinhmrDt ie ilii' Iiiirlily r.oncra. 0
<> tr?t?d, pro-ufRMted bast preparation? #
$ u$um peptone I
* R?qnires rib fort her dictation?ii???o?nt or.eo *
5 int.. fit? eironl?tl<m?1 ??nMn:nl vitror im- g
?TKTE.>40\ A JESTItn 10., I h.mini, rkllMttlpM*. J
applauso us xcuoh speaker, hit upcn a
poiab tlia'U plea*ixl his hearers. Aniong
I'hc speakers were Messrs. George H.
Daaves and C. Brooks Johnston, candi?
dates tin Mayor; James F. Dunoain and
T. A. AVoudworth, for Commonwealth's
Atliarnty; William I>. Bukcr and Gi?o.
M. Folluird, for City Collector; K. Mcade
Oaboiva?, CWy Attorney; John F. Law
ler. City Sergeaot, 'and M-ewsrs. Mor
dlca., JAtrr, Moses, Constable and
Grandy, nil of whom have at.taiiriunced
bhtmiselves for minor c.fllces.
Messrs. P. J. Morris and Hugh .T.
Miller made eloquent and patriotic ad?
dressed and cntch was wrarnfly greeted.
Refreshments wehi served and at. u
late hb?r 'Wie meeting came to a close.
,'i'his comedy way presente.'i at the
Aiaademiyi of Music last twn'io.; before
;a fairly good audience, and It. wasJ
greatly enjoyed. (The ally, long a faiv
or!;e. htt'j been re-written by Josvph
Le Brandt. 'Phe specl'artles Introduced
i',\l>rp yciy good Indeed, and sevitira?
amusluvg paradlei* were Includod, wY-d
Vr.rg up w>th a potpourri of popular
songs of the day. The play Itself wo*
? well sla.uei.l devd Wie cast very well
placed. T>jls afternoon the Widow will
be sect, again av mtntlnce.
Sunday services nt Second Presbyte?
rian church, the Rev. W. S. Lacy, D. D.,
pas* or, arc announced as follows:
Preaching at 11 a. in. aod 7:30 p. m. by
the Itev. G. W. Ltiwssn. Sund.id' School
nt 9:110 tu hi:
1? the Baptist church Sundbiy night
at S*p. m. where will be memorial ser?
vices of iNeal Dow and Miss Frances
Wdlanl. The services will he conduct?
ed by Ri?v. Mr. Hatcher. All tae mem?
bers or Hie W. C. T. IT.. (the Y.'s und
the iJoyaJ Temperance Legions are
urged to be presrir.it and friends of the
<Mr. William Erxlcbcn, 131 well known
cltizo.r.i, d?*ed Thursday evening, tit s
:>'e.hieU Ol! his henie. No. 56 Falkland
strci l.\ lie had boon a resident of Nor?
folk for many years, and liad II? E' re?
spect 3,nd esteem of a Itirge tnumber
?:if Its ipeople. He was r.i menuber of La
Fayottc Lodg*?, of Odd Fallows and of
Warden Post' of the* Grand Army of the
Republic. The funeral will take place
from the residence at 4 O'clock this af
this ma uk kt building
The City Mi.-irkt':i building bits been
su,-engthencd by having ilfly-one Iron
girders' place,\ under the floor. The 61d
wood'.ci girders, which were put in a*
Hie Kir.e the building was erected, gtive
way under iiae grem, weight restiir.ig
upon .a'aem, but no damage or loss of
lire resulted. Tili? new heavy steel
member now makf-s the building per-:
fectly level and thou -.uglily safe.
Ilarelimiii?! mul Kle?nhi|iniie ('oriliiii
Each of the oomponcnit parks or Auirt
Uaehaei's Cordlail, viz: Horehound and
l-.Meea.mpaiie Itowt and Speer's Grape
.I nice is a cure for pulmonary eoni
ilnlnts. The Crape Juice and Hore?
hound are combined with lCleea.111.pane
in the proport ions recommended 'by 1be
l-.cst physicians for throat t {11111 lung
diseases of public speakers nmd singers.
For sale by druggists, or nil Aunt Ra?
phael's home. Posslnc, N. J.
A mouse stinmpeded 1,800 school chil?
dren In New York C'.ty. and the boys
wore fi iremost In uln> lilghi. Hut mouse
terror Is one of the unexplained pecul
lar.Hlea of bhe human race.?St. LOfuls
Contagious Blood Poison is cutting
down human beings by the thousand.
It 'is an awful affliction. Doctors
have all sorts of theories about it
that .they learned at college, but they
fail miserably when they try to cur?
it. Every sufferer should know, be?
fore he seeks professional help, that
he will be given mercury and other
poisons, which never Llgd;
did, never will and
never can effect a
(S. S. S.) is
purely veg?
etable and
is his only hope. It will go to the root
of the trouble and purify the blood?
make it rich, red and healthy?stop
the eating sores forever?stop tho
hair from falling out?drive the ter?
rible disease completely away.
Free hooks on tho
disease and its treat?
ment can he had by
writing to the Swift
Specific Co., Atlanta, Go.
Cook, Clark & Co
The rtrcat reme?
dy for nervous,
prostration and
all nervous dls
cuacs of tho f?on
K oratlVO organs
~,0t either bcx,
suell ns Nervous
. , _ Prostration,
UKioitK ANn AFTBit L?8:'ia Vailing or Lost
Manhood.liniiolcncy.Nlghlly Einlsslons.Youth
ful Errors, Mental Worry, ?xcchsIvo use of To
bneeo ?r Opt Utn, Which lead to Consumption and
Insanity. With every $K order wo idvc a writ?
ten K?aranteu to euro or refund the money.
Sold alSM.OO nor box. 0 boxes for Sff.OO.
Mall orden to J. M. F. TltOTTEIt. drug?
gist, manufacturer's agent and manufac?
turer of Trotter's nover falling Ileiidacha
and Neuralgia Wafers, corner Main aud
Church streets. Norfolk. Va.
Faltern Hats and Bonnets S
ff . Will take place next week. Please watch the papers. ^
>' Respectfully, <j
( IVirs. R. R1EIS, |
Men's Hats, Shoes
and Furnishings
Not open because the whole stock not here, but
the door ajar, and those who want may come in and buy.
Many have bought w ithin the past few days and more are
welcome. Everythiiigne w and fresh, and many think the
prices low. No reason why this business should not start
with success and continue to grow.
A full stock, fair methods, enough capital.
Twenty-five successful years behind the buyes,
Specialisis selling' in each stock.
I 5k SOW -332
1 ?? tfWn, jvisjjr-, street.
i Iii I HlllliUi ll*'"?w,-?*w""'?""?^M??
Should be considered only in conjunction with
quality. There are cheaper kinds of coal than ours.
There are none belter, but many worse at the same
price as ours.
Toms Creek Coal and Coke Co., Tilge & Wilmer Agents.
I'hones?317 (now); 232 (olflj. fi? GItANTlY STREET.
Phones?348 (now,*; 318 (old). U NlVISOH STRJ?li'f.

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