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THE; NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FWE^ND Sil
WEATHER REPORT. Washington, D. C, April 7, 1S90. Forecast (or Saturday: For Virginia?Fair, with cooler In eastern portion Saturday; high westerly winds: Sunday fair. v For North Curolinu?Fair and cooler Saturday: diminishing westerly winds; Sunday fair. \ ? - Norfolk nu<i Vtcinitr? WKATHF.lt FORECAST FOR TO? DAY. Clearing to fair; nearly stationary temperature; liigh westerly winds; moderating. TEMPERATURE. ' RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. April 7, 1S99. Maximum temperature . 62 | Mini mi ii :n temperature . . 42 Normal temperature . S!i Departure from normal .minus 2 Departure from normal since Janu? ary 1st .? .minus 143 Rainfall in past 24 hours.57 Rainfall since 1st of month.811 M^an humidity . no CALENDAR. Bun rises at 5:39 a. m. and sets 6:34 p. m. ? TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 9:10 a. m. and j 9:27. p. m. Low water, 3:03 a. hi. and 3:08 ?>. ,?. Old Point?High water, 8:49 a. m. and 9:08 p. m. Low water, 2:42 a. m. and I? HI P.D. STAUB?At the residence or her son in-law. William II. Flick, corner Qranby and High streets. Wednesday April 5th, nt 9 a. m.. ELI/,A O. STAPIl, In lu-r 7:id year, widow of llio late Low's W. Staut?. The. funeral will take place THIS (Fri? day) MORNING- at 11 O'clock from the residence. Friends and acquaintances re? spectfully Invited to uttend. Monuments and Gravestones. The selection or a r.ultr.blo memorial In mnrblo or gran itc can be readily mnde from our stork, for we carry tho largest assortment of finish? ed designs In tho South. THE COUPER MARBLE WORKS (I-Xnbllnke)! 30 Ynnra.) (!>:)-!<",:>. Itniiu .SC. Korfolu. Vn. RIBKI'llVft*. OWING- TO TUR 1NCLEMENOY OF lim weather, the proposed meeting of tho Wlremcn Union for FRIDAY KlfillT has been postponed until next WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT S O'CLOCK, at the old 0|>era House on Church street, < * 11A I RM AN AND COMMITTEE. ap<!-2t NOTICE. ? THE ANNUAL M EET lng of tho VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING COMPANY will bo held at tho ofllco of Mr. L. D. Starke. Jr., room No. 23 LowcnbOrg building. In the city of Norfolk. Vn.. on WEDNESDAY, THE JflTH DAY OF APRIL. IS'.*, at 12 o'clock in. mhll-tdm .T. E. ALLEN. Secretary. A H UMKM KKTN. "A CADEMY OF MUSIC. TI'IOSDA Y. APRIL PTH. Benefit Girls' Home, Great Comic Opera Success "PRISCILLA." Admission. 50c. Reserved Keats. 7. Ticket* on sale at BOr.k and Drug stor to be rocchanged at Academy for reserved .seats Saturday, sth. a pis-it AUDITORlUn THEATRE. S. E Cor. Nebraska and Union Sts. JAS. M. BARTON....Prop, and Manager. WILEY HAMILTON.Amus'm't Director. Open every night In the year. Smoking Concerts, presenting n respectable, up to-datn Vaudeville entertainment. Matinees. Tucs.. Th?rs, and Silts, a p. m. Evening performances continuous from S till 12. Admission. 10. 15 nr.d Sue. Ja*2-1y_ Celery Kervins Compoimfl; A true Nervo Tonic; an Active Alter? ative. A Reliable Laxative and Diu? retic. Purifies the blood, renews strength and vitality; regulates tho liver, kidneys, stomach and bowels. $1 size bottles for 75c. at Trotter's Drug Store, 388 Main St. Gor. Gliurcli St.. Made a welt Man of Me in 30 days.' This old, yet marvelous. Hindoo Rumcdy for men cures nil Nervous disuses, Kalling memory. Night emissions, Sleeplessness, Lost euergy, etc., caused by overwork, past excesses or early abuses. Prevents Insanity, enlarces shrunken organs and restores ambition and vlgoroslly In old or young within :tO rtmyu. PrlcoJI.00 a package; Sis for *5.no.with written guarantee tocuroor money refund? ed. ' INDAPO ran be had of druggist named be? low, or. if preferred, we will send It prepaid securely sealed on receipt of price. Hook of value free. HINDOO It EM EI? Y CO., Prop.. CMcago, 111 BURROW. MARTIN & CO.. Norfolk, and J. W. S. BUTT & CO., 322 High , street, Portsmouth, Va. JalO-tu.th.sa-ly | LATEST STYLES PAINS HATS OLIVER, 249 Main Street. REMOVAL NOTICE T VAUCHAN & SIMMONS, General Insurance Agents, have removed their ofllco from No. 228 Main street to room No. 9 TALBOT BUILDING, No |7S MAIN STREET, where, they shall b< pleased to serve their patrons and the public generally, itpl-lro HE?LTH OF NORFOLK Heads of Department* Hold Impor? tant Conference Discuss nud Devlio Mentis For Pitt? lins Hin ?l'y i>> Good Mnnltnry toitUlllou?I'cnrcnu of luapectlon to Ilo Orgniilsod, A meeting was held at the City Treasurer's ollloe laat night, presided over by Mayor Johnston and attended, by Capt. Herbert Smith, Superintend? ent of the Water Department; J unes Jt. Guy, of the Sheet, Sswcr and Drain Board; Chief of Police Elser, City At? torney Taylor, and Dr. McCormick, of the Board of Health. This meeting was railed for the pur? pose of devising ways and means for making the health laws more effective and having them more rigidly enforced. 'THE GREATEST DANGER. Ii was reported that the greatest danger to health and tho largest num? ber of nuieanccs are found In courts occupied by colored people. Some of these places have fifteen or twenty houses opening on them, and furnish shelter for two or* three hundred peo? ple, and th ) houses on ten of these com is line no sewer connec? tions.. SEWERS TO go DOWN. A resolution was prepared by City Attorney Taylor. Instructing the Street. Sewer and Drain Board to put down these sewers at once, and an ordinance will be adopted requiring the property owners to make the connections. It was estimated that the work will cost about $2,000. This money will lind its way back Into tin; city treasury by means of a tax of JW on each house for putting in the piped. BUREAU OB* INSPECTION. It was suggested by Mr. Smith that an Inspection Bureau bo created, and that tin- Water, Sewer, Police ami Health Departments report to this bu? reau daily, and that action be taken to at once abate nuisances as booh as discovered, ami punish violators of the law. This suggestion will he adopted. The Mayor was Instructed to codify all ordinances and resolutions relating io the work of the various departments, and have the paper ready for the meet? ing to be held next Tuesday night. BETTER HHATVril LAWS. This movement is the outcome of the complaint of the lldard of Health that they arc unable to cop,; with present conditions under existing laws. The Mayor thinks this is a very Im? portant step, and will have iiuii h to do with the health of the city this summer. BRIEF ITEMS OP I11TERKST. ! Mr. W. 1-;. Borden, a wealthy and prominent citizen ?f Goldsboro, X. c> was In Norfolk yesterday on business. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Phillips, of Albany, N. V., were guests yesterday of the Atlantic. Messrs. Prank a. Rlkert, of M?ttea wan, N. V.. Win. Hvbarn. of White Plains. N. Y., and John 11. Becker, Jr., of New York City, are at the Atlantic on n business mission. Mr. John W. Stoakcs, who has been visiting relatives in this city, returned to bis home, in Gloucester county, yes? terday mooting. Ruth Lodge of Masons had work in the third degree last night. .Tho strawberry crop In this section has been considerably damaged by the frcc?c this Week. Miss Florence Lyons, of Tennessee, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. B. Mer? rill, on Clin pel street. Major R. G. Panks. Collector of th-.' Port, was in Washington yesterday on official business. Mrs. John C. Taylor, M< ssrs. W. II. 'I'. Loya II. U. C. Taylor. Jr . E. It. Bnlrd, Jr.. and Frank B. Wllcox, who attend cd the Balrtwiii-ltoykin nuptials in Baltimore Wednesday evening, returned to tit,- city yesterday morning. The Board of Directors of the Busi? ness Men's Association will hold a meeting to-night. A. O. Mnuck, of Yorktown, Vn., and Henry King, of Italelgh, N. C.? visited the Board of Trad,- yesterday. The King's Daugbl i s of Sunshine Circle held a meeting yesterday after? noon at th-- residence of Mrs. K. L. Chapman, No. 200 Brewer street. Mr. John P. Loughron, deputy grand chancellor of the catholic Benevolent Lesion, went to Newport News last night t>> instftll the newly elected offi? cers of St. Charles Council. Rev. R. P. Bggleston, of Court Street Presbyterian Church, Portsmouth, preached a: the Second. lTesbyt-tinn church lost night preparatory to the holy communion to-morrow. Mr. G. W. Punting is suffering con? siderably from his injuries in the fire on the steamer old Point Comfort Wed? nesday morning. Mr. L. A. Young. ,->r No. 131 Windsor avenue, left last nigh; via the Southern railway for an extended Southern lour. He will go as far South as Tampa, Pi i. Dr. Paul Campbell, of Elizabeth city, visited Norfolk yesterday. Mr. C. D. Judd. of the Cockade City, is registered at ;!ie New Atlantii . Mr. W. W. Blair, of North Carolina, is in the city on business. Mr. Floyd Thornton and bride, of Crowe. Vn., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Purcell, on Windsor avenue. Footprints<il the Angels. This lectjuie, which was delivered some weeks ago under the auspices or tho Art League, will be repeated on next Thursday night, the 13th Inst., in the lecture-room of the Second Pr sby terlan church, entrance on Rotish street. The talented lecturer, Miss An? nie C Wood, has collected the ma? terial for her lecture during a bbj tun both in England and upon IhaxionUi ncnt, extending over s.>,n,> eighl years, she has clothed her subject With lan? guage most pure and cultivated, arid delivers her message with diction most easy and graceful. The lecture will be Illustrated with some of the gems fr >m the brush and chisel of the old masters. Baby Carriage.. Just received, a fine assortment of Hey woods; prices from JS to $40, cash or crodi*. Williamson & Sykes. ;">63 and i S65 Church street, near Queen. fe2?-lf. THE STRIKE STILL ON Only Fourteen Laborers Reported i For Work Yesterday. Mr. Coun cil. Ilia I'aulrnrlor mill Ru ?riiicer, onfIi? NewolPa l'olnt Kite, trie IIuIImiO I.luo ir.spliiiu* Hie Bltnarion. Work oh the Sewcll'B Point electric line is still Intcrterred with because of the attltutde of the negro labor union, the members of which arc demanding higher wages than the company build? ing the line is willing to pay. Only fourteen negroes were at work yesterday. Two policemen were sent to the Atlantic City Ward, where the work h ,s been begun, yesterday morning, but reported that nil was quiet and there was no attempt on the part of the regio union men to carry out their threats of violence to those who went to work. THE SITUATION. Mr. Conwell, the contractor and chief engineer of Ihe road, was seen by a representative of the Virgin Ian-Pilot yesterday afternoon and stated the situation.He said that the negroes were demanding fifteen cents an hour,or $1.50 per day for ten hours' work, Instead of $1.2!> cents a day. as stated yesterday, lie offers them ten cents an hqiir.whlch he says is higher than Is paid for com? mon n> gro labor by any of the con? tractors of Norfolk with whom by has talked. "I understand that this is good pay for common labor by negroes in this section," said Sir. Conwell. "Of course, we expect to pay the more skilled la? borers more, according to their work. The pick and shovel men we will pay ten rents an hour. "We did no: begin Ihe importation of negroes from North Carolina until the Norfolk negroes refused to work at our wages. They said that they bad a union which would not let them work tor less than fifteen cents an hour, and Since refusing to work they have iniini Idntcd other negroes who showed a Willingness to g.? |o work. "Wo sent men to Portsmouth and se? cured many laborers, but the union negroes met thein at the wharf at Portsmouth and threatened them in? directly if they Went to work. As a consequence, these nu n all returned to their homes and ate with..in work." ?Mr. Conwell said thai he does not anticipate any trouble in getting enough hands to work lifter they see that the threats of the union negroes arc idle. Tlie negroes who have had the nerve to go to work, he said, had not boon bothered, despite lb,- tin eats. u is the Intention of .Mr. Conwell to l>ui between two and three hundred haiels at work as soon as possible. The road is going to he built very rapidly. t If the negroes of Norfolk who want in ft > to work do not show the determina? tion to do so. it will be necessary to send and get outside labor. The negroes who were brought here from North Caroling) are from Elisabeth City, ami gome of them, it is said, arc desirous of going to work. Tho company has established a com? missary for ihe accommodation of the employees of ihe line, but it will not be made compulsory for the employees to patronize this. .Six negroes quit work this morning, it is said, because their lives had been threatened if they did not quit. The contra, tors are of the opinion that the 1. adi i s of the negro union are men who would not w,?rk a! any price so long as they can make capital playing on the sympathy of the ignorant negroes, who are assessed dues. Wauls to furry n Gnu. One of the foremen employed op the electric car line to Sewell's Point, now under construction, applied t.? Judge Ifnnckel yesterday for permission to carry a pistol. The roason given was that the negro laborers who have re? fits, ,1 t>. v oik on the road for the. wages paid have made numerous threats of violence against th.- laborers construct? ing tile read. Tlie permission was grant'd by ihe judge. VI hy Women ore Mervon?. (British Medical News.) The frequent cases of nervous pros? tration or Utter collapse of the nervous system under which women "go all to pleci s," as the saying it, have caused much thought and investigation on the part of physicians. Certain inorganic substances are well known to cause various forms of ner? vous diseases which are readily traced to the poisons producing tin in. Further research b ads t>> the belief thai alum is a. prevailing cause of so-called ner? vous prostration, for the symptoms it produces on th,- nervous system after its absorption into the blood are very remarkable indeed. Experiments |?hy sioVojrtcaily made upon animals by Or tila. Professors Hans Mayer. Paul Selm and others, show that alum frequently produces no visible symptoms for many days after its introduction into the body. Then follow loss of appetite and other alimentary disturbances, and finally a serious prostration of the whole nervous system. The most prom? inent physicians now believe that "ner? vous prostration" and many offcctions of the nerves from which both men and wom' ti suffer are caused by th" con? tinued absorption of alum into tlie sys? tem. It Is probable that meny medical men ore unaware of the extent to which salts of alumina may be introduced In? to the body, being under the Impres? sion that the use of alum in bread is prohibited. Alum, however, is still used surreptitiously to some extent to whiten Im .id and very largely In making heap kinds of baking powder. In fam? ilies Where baking powder Is generally used great c ue should be exercised to proi nrc only those brands made from cream of Inrtar. The alum powders may generally be distinguished bytthe lowi r i rice at which they are sold. < liurrli lo lie l>edien<e<l. The furniture for the new M. 13. Church at Smlthtleld having be. n put lu position, the edifice will be formally dedicated to God at 11 o'clock to-mor mow1 morning'. The dedicatory sermon will be preached by ftov. H. B. John? son, IX D., of Cumberland Street M. E. i hurch, of this city. He w ill also preach at nigh:. The rtew church is constructed ,,i brick and is said to be wry hand? some, FLAG PRESENTATIONS ; Miss Ethel Neely Executes Col. j Bakewell's Commission. Fourlli Wnril School f'rcsenleil Wltli IInu(tinine> V. s. I'lntf ? Another i?> I in:, ii ml BJebOol ?Speerlios by Mis* Heelyi i?r. Ornmmcr?ml .Mr. Uobl? Tlic Fourth Ward Public Si hool was presented with n handsome Unlb d States lias yesterday by Miss Ethel Neely, of this city, representing Col< Allen C. Bakewcll, of New York. Tin presentation exercises occurred at 1 o'clock in the school building, on Prin? cess Anne avenue. Tho exorcises were of a patriotic order and very Interest? ing. A largo crowd of visitors were pres? ent, despite the rain. The teachers and a number of the pupils of Etuanuel school wi re present and were present! i the old flag of the Fourth Ward School. Tile exercises were opened by a prayer by lit. Rev. A. M. Randolph. Bishop of the Southern Diocese of Vir? ginia. The Naval Post Band, which was present to furnish music for the occasion, followed the prayer by play? ing "America." Rev. Dr. Carl E. Gram rhcr. of Christ P. E. Church, delivered a short address on the Hag of the United States, and Iben Kipling s "Re? cessional," music by DeKoven, was sung by a quartette composed of Miss Neely, Mrs. A. 1'. Wurrlngton, Mr. William P. Richards and Mr. James 1. Jenkins. THE PRESENTATION. Miss Neely then made the presenta? tion speech. She slated that the real giver of the (lag was Col. Allen C. Bakewcll, a patriotic gentleman of New j York- Colonel Bakewell has presented Units to a number of?gehee4s- all?nvcr the country. The one presented to the Fourth Ward School is a very large and handsome one and will be raised over the school building. THK FLAU ACCEPTED. After Miss Neely's pre.lv presentation speech, Mr. R. a. Doble, Superintendent of llio Public Schools of the citv, ac? cepted the Pag on behalf of the school, thanking Miss Neely for the gill, .lust us lie finished his speech Mr.'Doble b.-nt over und Iniurintcd a kiss unon Miss. Neely. who stood beside him, and tlie audience manifested hearty ap? proval of the tu t by loud cheering. A FLAG DRILL, one of the prettiest features of the exercises was the ihig drill by about llfty ..f the small Children of the school, all of whom carried small lings. This drill was led by Miss Bonuev. A SECOND PRESENTATION. Mr. John H. Whilchead, chairman of the Public Seho.,1 Board, presented to fCmattuel School the old tltlg of the Fourib Ward School on behalf of the latter school. The patronesses were: Mrs. Alfred M. Randolph, Mrs. Beverly D. Tuckci Mrs. Richard A. Doble, Airs. Allan If i Hhnckel, Mrs. Albert P. Wurrlngton Mrs. .lame.s 1. Jenkins, Mrs. Hugh N Fage, M,s. William T. Brooke. Mrs .lohn Graham. Jr., Mrs. Roberl M Hughes. Mrs. .1. Frank East, Mrs Robt I W. Shultice. Buiik ?rlM8 Font al Mai lit. The American cruiser Solace recently took on board 'MO tons of bunker coal at Malta in four hours. The bunkering was performed by Messrs. 13. T. Aglus ?? Co.. of London, who also have offices at Malta, and most other coaling sta? tions in the Fast. Agios & Co. are the European agents of Toms Creek Cdnl anil Coke Company, of this city, und ni e among the si l ongest coaling firms of the world to-day. llruvy l>nwiiponr nr tin III. Norfolk and vicinity was given an? other drenching yesterday. True to the prediction of the weather man, rain came yesterday, and It CTTfiTc ill Riv.Tr quantltles. Early in the morning a drizzle commenced, and as it gradually grew warmer the- rain increased. From ;: o'clock until night there ".is a steady rainfall, and after S o'clock it reached the dimensions of a storm. There was considerable wind and a heavy down? pour, accompanied by thunder and light? ning, it was ti typical April rain. Tho elements had exhausted their efforts : > Hood the city by 10 o'clock and the sky bei lime visible again. Transferred lo >orloll?. The libel cases against the Llzzii C burn and Clara Kllen. belonging to the Reese Manufacturing Company, of this! city, which recently failed, were trans? ferred from the United states Court at Baltimore to the court her.-. Attorney Ivor a. Page and Thomas II. Wlllcox. j returned yesterday from Baltimore, I where they went t.? have the cases i transferred. The amounts Involved aro $7,600 for the Lizzie Col burn and $4,000 for the Clara Elloh. j Fifteen Men Rsconie r.ilt*. Norfolk Lodge, No. its. I!. P. p. 13.J initiated fifteen candidates " at their meeting last night. After they had been inducted into some of the mys? teries of the order a ?bort social ses? sion was held, which measured up to the standard, usually reached by the* functions. It was an enjoyable affair. Rlor.ntion Krrlinl I'as^tnneil. The elocution recital Which W a.s to have been given by the pupils of N ir folk College for Young Ladies , last night was post poped to s o'clock next Monday evening, >>n account of the heavy downpour of rain. Tho invita? tions sent out for last nigh I'd enter? tainment can be used for Monday even? ing, Jli? Wlmrlon's < otiipit-ie Recovery. i Yesterday's Baltimore Sun.) , Mrs. Henry M. Wharton, Wife Of Rev. Dr. H. M. Wharton, one of the victims of tho Windsor Hotel fire, is gradually recovering. While the bandages have not as yet been entirely removed from her hands, they have been arrong d so as to separate the lingers. ?Dr. Wharton said yesterday. "We fully expect that Mrs. Wharton will re rover the use of her hands ami tlnge.s. It has been ? very narrow escape anil for some days w,. thought her lingers, at least, would have to be amputated. This though: has now been banished and hope is given that she will not only be restored tli*? use Of her blinds, hut lingers . I well.'.' AM EASTER LILLY. ?ho was a little child with palt: golden hMr; Her clothes v ? re torn and her feel were bate. With a 8wo< t little face uncommonly wise And a led* of s t row In her great grown eyes. On her small, tired arm a basket she bore, With bright Buster,lilies 'twas brim? ming o'er: All through the day rang out her sad cry: "Lilies, swi ? : lilies; will nobody buy?" Out in the sie t. in the cold and the wet. Crying ^'sweet lilies" to all that she met: "Bright Hast, r lilies, you love them I knew : Oh! buy my sw< et lilies, all w hite as the snow." But th, day glided on and only a Bought from her treasures a cluster or two; Soon twilight drew near and Its doep'n lllg shade Hid the pure lilies and the dear little maid. She crept to ?> place quite dismal and lone. And sat down to res: on a cold, damp stone: "I dare not g, home with my flowers unsold; And my lilies w ill perish out here In the cold." She bent o'er th,m softly her fair iltild face. Where hunger and sorrow had each lofi their truce: "Oh. dear! I'm so llrcd; but what shall' -1 do? There's but to love me. dear Hilt "To-morrow is Easter," that's what they all say; When Jesus lese up and opened the w ay. "For all of his people," that's what the hum said WIk-u be spoke in the church of Jesus as dead. "I wish I could ;:,i whore the dear Jesus went." The little form shook and the golden be ul ?>> nt o'er the lilies that lay in their beauty unsold. Not they, but the maiden; had died in ibe cold. The Easter dawn breite and the sun? light fair Played in the maiden's coftl gobleu . hair: i The way Jesus wont her spirit had I flown, I As a bright Easter Illy, to shine at his throne. ' HELENA A. PFEIL. Norfolk, Va. Ke.liroml nppllnu Contlunecf. The railroad men were In session again yesterday at the Montlcello Ho? tel. They ate discussltig tariff rates, but would give nothing out for publica? tion. The merchants, who held their hteet Ing nt the Board of Trade, as reported in the Virginian-Pilot, have adjourned to Richmond, from which city negotia? tions will be conducted. OTHER LOCAL CN FACE 5 America's Greatest Medicine '") is Mood's Sarsapariljn, ?? because it was ori hated TO siblo,? bio by 'saparilln ti itself. It hasv^? record of cures unequally" ej in the history of medi >s cino. It lias 0 ad y^complished - ? many a rel i re when all/<> t Ii e r medicines^/failed, end even when cure^X'scemcd impos realiy was itnpossi? nr.v bthcr medicine than 9. Sarsaparilla. has e dec ted wondcrfu I cures of Bcr/ofula, salt rlieum,/ psoriasis, bi ! po/ i idning, boils, pimples, rl,e/u a. a t i on , ca? tarrh and other ty pubica originat? ing in or protnol /I'd by impure stato or low condition /c>f the blood. \\/lias cured thou3andfl/of cases of dvsi)ep/sia, in- >r wrti 3 stion, tfsli) d |A) \Q\pfl jastritis, catarrh ia l^tho"stomach and other kindred troubles. It lias given mrvT, brain and mental strength in ca?cs of nervous prostration and ner? vous debility, cured that tired feeling and lo>i ?( ?npetite^ _WATT, R^TEWJcjOLAY;, Concerning Corsets. There is more to a corset than the name?which means little unless backed by merit. This is what Warner's Cor? sets arc backed by-nv"'*. Of. graceful s-rapc? An e% - ?? mush? Lioht tu weight, and . uSi-proof. boning."1 Will only cost $1 and $1.25 a pair. Quality ol material makes th^ differ? ence in price, not shape. It is right at all prices. We also carry the following good and well-known Corsets: American Lady? four styles, $1 each. r. D.?$1.75, $2.50. $3.50 each.-Ft. .t- 0.?75e., $1, ?1.50 .ach.-J. B.? Wh fink Blue and tdack. $1.00 each->'. B.?White, Pink. Bluo and Black, ii each.?Warner':*?JI, $1,25 each.-?Thompson's oiovu ! it ting?$1 '.1 h,?McQraw'S Ab? dotnlnal?$1.25 each. ? Vigilant ? White, Ore.v and Black? 50c. each. Stylo 235?White and Brack. Mo. Summerette for summer Wear, 50c. < aeli.?fouler?for Him n: 1 wear. X7??e, o.ieh?Plexlbono Ma- kletl .$.!. $". $1.60 and a special I? in all models, for this week, 01 $1. each. WatUeiiew&Clay L. H7 WHITEH?RST. No 336 Main Street. ? 1 L K ?S. Plaid, Stripe and Persian Stripes, for waists. Corded and Tucked Silks, all colors. DF?ESS GOODS. Granite Cloth, Irish Poplin; Em? press and Venetian Cloth, black and all colors. Vigereauxs, all shades. KLACK CREPONS, Beautiful line from 59c. up. L. H. WHITEH?RST. i No 336 Main Street. New phone 8$7. Lawrence & Walton Honest It's the only k i n d that's Hosiery, worth buying, and when you can buy of this sort at these prices it's good policytq stock up: Boys' fine ribbed, double knee, seamless and f.ut black, all sues, fa to 10, at 2 pairs for 25c. A belter on.- ? r 25c. Ladies' real Mt thread hose, in plain and many fancy stitches at 25c. pr. Ladies' PolUa dels 25c. and 50c. Special styles in lace and fancy lisle, 50c, . Z5c., $1.00. $1.25 and $1.50 pair Opening of new Kid Gloves : to-day, the celebrated P. Cen? timen & Co.'s make. Sold exclusively by Lawrence & Welton 2iS Alain Street. sonmiiioo Good! ! Best Bljrln Bulter .52e. Smith Held Hams, -mail slues .too; Br.u Baltimore Mams .Iftc. : . ans 1 to< I Milk .2Se, Buglo Bra ml .15c. ', p Min.is Starch for .35e. !<> 1. e flood Soap .25c. ? r in a first-class grocery store always n hand. VIRGINIA GROCERY GO., D. PEN DSP,, Manager Phone. ??? W2.' J. H. COFER, ?SHIPPER) OF? Hay and Grain 010 CUisens' Bank Building-. Quick shipment and satisfaction atuar j JlilV/ed.