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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES THREE AND FIVE.
WEATHER REPORT. WEATHER FORECAST. Washington, April 86.?Weather fore? cast for Wednesday: Virginia?Fair Wednesday, preceded by showers; variable winds; Thursday, fair and warm. North Ca roll nit?Fair preceded by showers In eastern portion Wednesday; variable winds; Thursday, fair. Norfolk nml Vicinity WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair, following cloudy weather; light Variable, wind*; stationary temperature. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. Maximum temperature . 7* Minimum temperature . 66 Normal temperature . r>8 Departure from normal .plus 9 Departure since Jan. I'd.minus 95 Rainfall In past 84 hours .plus-. Rainfall .since 1st of month.1.42 Mean humidity. SI CALENDAR. j Sun rise?, 6:16 a. m.; sets, G:50 p. m. | TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 9:0(1 a, m. and! 9:32 p. m.; low water, 2:12 a. in. and 3:10 p. m. Old Point?High water. S: 15 a. m. and 9:ll p. m.; low water, 8:61 a. m. and 2:49 )>. m. DIED. OAIM'P.?At the residence of hla parents, N^v 122 Cumberland street, yesterday STuesday) morning at .VI". o'clock, CLIF -ON HERBERT, aged six months, infant son of John. \V. and Busie V. Cams. Tho funeral will lake place THIS (Wednesday) AFTKU NOON. April 2?th, at 3 o'clock from. th? residence. Friends and acquaintancce respectfully invited to attend. ?Monuments and Gravestones. Tho selection of a suitable memorial in marble or gran lte can bo readily made from H?V? our stock, for we carry ilio Hf^jS lurgest assortment of tintsh mL-H ed designs in tho South. !&s?Th,E COUPER MARBLE WOSKS m * table, lint 30 Tcbm.) ir,ti-i?:t iinuu st. Nwrroln, Vrt. A M UH KM K.VrS. AUDITORIUM THEATRE. B. R Cor. Nebraska and Pntnn Sti. JAS. M. BARTON....Prop, and Manager. WILEY HAMILTON.Amu.Vmt Director. Open every night in the icir. Smoking Concerts, presenting a respectable, up to-date vaudeville entertainment. Matinees, Tue?.. Th?rs, und Sats. at 2 p. m. Evening performances eontiniious from K till 12. Adm:saion, 10. 16 and L'ie. Jal.'2-ly "VTOTICE I. O. O. P.?TICKETS FOR eightieth anniversary of ..^m,.-.. Odd-Fellows, to be held ^IgJ^BRS'^ THURSDAY. April 27th. S ^J&sSR^. O'clock, Opora House,front any --..'..>?? um) of tho committed and following place?: St. Haul's Church, Church street; of Urothor Oco, U, Host. 96 Rl anokc avc nuo: of itrotln r lt. II Worsham, cotton warehouses,Atlantic City; of Rrother Oco, W. Hill, In Herkley; of Brother Ran? dolph, und South Norfolk, at llrotllCr J. A. McClouds, and reserved seats can bo secured .it 9tJ Roanoko avenue, of Brot In r Worslrtm. on Wednesday, between the 1 urs of R a m. and i'-.-'A p. in., last day they eaa be secured. Tickets free. it LIQUOR LICENSES! The Judge of the Corporation Court will sit on FRIDAY, 28th instant t> hear applications for Liquor Licenses. All persons Intending to apply for licenses and ill persons Intending to op? pose such application are hereby uotllied to appear. L. ROYSTER, Cl rk. April 21th. !>!':>. 0p23-2t notice: t Warehouse receipt, No. 2:t><. given to E. J Acker. Mnnngor duioil December 12th. 1S9C. for furniture stor> d with He- i:..| .f Storage Company, is supposed to I? lost This notice Is to warn all persans i to trade for same, as the 17 ? .i-.- are to be sold for charges, and this nolii ?? will 1.. held in bar of the covcry of any of tin goods receipted fur by said reci !pi. Any one holding said receipt will please pre? sent it at onee. Cr it will be <>f no g . W. H. CHEEK, a19-su,we,fr,tomyl8 M magi r. SODA WATER MINKST Por the eo.di.-t and besl soda fountain drinks ,'to to Trotter's Drugstore. .?">?> city wan r or artificial syrups, nothing hul pure wat' r and crushed ft nil Hymns u>d. Pineapple Sherbet. Hi,- original and onlv. Ice-Crcam Soda, any flavor; Coca Cail sasu, Coco. ''0.1, Coca Cola with celery. Koko-Malt with pepslne. Milk Shakes, Phosphates, Egg, Qrnpc, Claret, Orange, Ohcrry, Raspberry and fresh l.cmon. Pineapple Snow, Clarctade, Limeade, lemonade, Mint Ices. Violette Ices and any and all the leading drinks. Trotter's Drug Store, 388 Wain SI. Cor. Main and Church A NEW TELEPHONE COMPANY ! Norfolk to Crillendnn, Va. known as the Nansemond and Crlttcnden Telephone Co.. making connections with Southern States Telcphoni Company over central office at 384 Main street, An, m p. Jordan's cafe. Fine service guaranteed. THE NANSEMOND AND CRITTEN HEN TELEPHONE tM apL'i-lw* TEETH! fr 1 pet. jr.co. IL !d Filling, $1.00. ff er Fillings, 50c. up. l\. frowns. }'. 00 to $10.60. ft Itqllicd Air. SO.-., for tho painless extraction of teeth. Tile leading physicians of Nor? folk rccommer.a vitalized Ah. as it is perfectly safe. ALBANY DENTAL PARLORS, DR. W. W. FREEMAN,. Mgr., 374 Main Street. THE TRAIN ASSURED Norfolk Soldiers Will Be Brought Home by Citizens, Over 81,<S U Has BCCU Ital-cil, nn?l (Inly aboul 8.IOO Maro Is KeoUcil Xv Ito Muvtered tint l o-.ilorrow, nml Will Be Here Saturday. It is now an assured fact that the Norfolk soldiers In the Fourth Virginia Regiment will be brought home >>n n special train tendered by the citizens of Norfolk. They will be mustered ou; to? morrow at Savannah. The sum of $1,007.25 has been raised so far by the committee, consist mi; of Captain W. W. Dey, Mr. it. Henry Junes, Colonel llnrrj Hodges and Mr. s. S. Nottingham. $200 STILL NEEDED, About ?200 i.s still n id ?I, but this will he easily Bccured to-day, it Is thought. All three ..f the Norfolk com? panies will return ?>?; the special tram, arriving here possibly by Saturday. THE NORFOLK, COM I'A'NIES. The three Norfolk companies are Company A, Captain II. 11. Sheen ami Lieutenants William Hill ami W. 1'. Burrow, commissioned olllccrs; Com? pany It. Ctiptaln it. W. Salomonsky ami Lieutenants C. I.. Wright ami Wal? ler Church, commissioned olHcers; Company B, Captain T. .1. Nottingham ami Lieutenants W. II. Wassum ami Edwnrd S. Jones, commissioned olllccrs. Till-: SUBSCRIPTIONS. The following ate the subscript Inns received up to last night: Norfolk Military Association-$ 200 00 Norfolk L. A. Blues. 100 00 Colonel George W. Taylor...... 100 00 \'IrgliiTan^PIlol. 50 00 The Landmark. 60 00 Captain W. W. Dey. 50 00 J. F. Lnwlcr . 50 00 Citizens' Bank. B0 00 The Hub. 2r. on Colonel Marty Hodges. 2r. i" CnloilOl ' r. A. Nash. 25 00 Judge T. S. (Sarin t:. 25 00 Nottingham-Wrcnn Co. 2."> 00 D. Lowciiberg. 25 00 Burk & ?Vi. 2f> 00 L. Itoyster. 25 00. Tunstull & Thorn. 25 00 Captain .lohn L. Roper. 25 00 William Lamb A- <' ?. 25 00 Watt. Bettew .'; Cbty. 1". 00 Saks & . 15 00 Hon. C. lh.ks Johns', u . 15 01 Miller. Uhodcs ?V: < to. 15 00 Barton Myers. 10 00 Cash. 1" 00 W. F. Allen.K. 10 00 Hubert M. Hugh s. 10 00 It. A. Dodson. 1" 00 Captain Robert \v. Tomlin. 10 00 Peter Smith & ?'.>. 10 00 Judge Edward Spalding. 1?m?) .1. Flank East. 10 00 W. A. Young . )?? 00 II. s. Herman . 10 00 Mayer & Co. 10 00 Hev. Father T. J- Wilson . 10 00 John H. Whit head . 10 0? w. C. Dickson . 10 00 .lames F. Held . 10 00 Hofhclnier Shoe < lompnny . l. Judge Thomas ll. Wlllcox . l" 00 A. t". t rroinwell . 10 no Li. W. Davis . 10 00 Ferch. Jones ?V Co. 10 00 Sylvunus Stakes . l?> 00 The Rev. A. S. '.1 yd . 5 00 Mrs. II. A. Tarrall . "? 00 11. f. Whlti J. F.. It. Carpenter Cash . S. M. 1.1..yd . Pender ?t Burrow L. D. Starke. Jr. Merrill T. " '?? kc It. li. Hanks . John W. i last - J. V. Troliy . (?. ll. Con sol v. Trlgg & Wllmcr . ti. M. Serpell . T. F. Hogers . "Cash. Mottll, de Witt & CO. .". 00 John Vermllllop . 5 00 Joseph T. Allyii . R 00 II. C. Davis . 5 0) I >r. Alex. Tunstnll . R 00 R. S. Colin . 5 09 Colonel W. H. Taylor . ??-v'';:;5$ti;H M. I.. Crowell. R/00 Umsladler, Myers .V Co. Oil Captain .1. w. MeCarrh k. 5 0.) Waller il. Taylor . 5 0.? Frank Jacobs . 5 00 Auditorium Tlnaire, through J. M. Marlon, manager. 5 00 A. li. Hitchci ck . 5 on Doyle ?t Small . 5 00 Cash . R 00 C A. Wootlard . 5 oo W. L. Hre. ke . 5 00 M. Hofbelmer Co. 5 no Cooke, Clark & Co. 5 on L. P. Rob, rts . 5 00 Virginia t'andy 1' . 5 00 W. P. Ives & Co. R 00 George Tolt & Sons . 5 00 Old Domini.'ii i Mntly <". 2 On E. V. White & Oi. 5 Od M. L. T. Davis & Co. 5 00 Pash. 4 00 George Mclntosh . R 00 P. .1. Mon i-- . R 00 E. H. Freeman . 5 oo Col. J. It. Wad.ly. 6 no Pocomokc Guano Company ? r. oo James R. Giiy. 1 00 George F. Neu ton . 5 00 Col. II. < \ Htldgin., . 5 00 W. W. Sale . 1 00 J. V. Alfricnd . I oo Cash. 1 00 lt. II. Baker .V S ei. 2 50 Walter K. Dey. 1 0) R. F. Holmes. 1 00 Amos 1*. Jordan . 2 00 J. W. Dunsten. 2 00 S. Frank & Son . 2 IK) S. J. Thomas Co. 2 mi Cash. 1 on L. Drcwry . 2 oo Rudolph) & Walla, c. 3 t'U .1. Sydney Sherwood . 1 00 Walter J. Simmons. 6 00 K. J. Whitehurst. 1 ?'..) S. S. Kelly . 1 00 Lew Bros. 1 oo Cash. 1 00 Odend'hal, Vicar & Gllbi rl _ 5 00 Vlckery & Co. R 00 Caldwell Hardy . 5 00 Cash?Clerks NTlk Nat l B'nk.. 4 75 Cannon Hall (".. thing Co. !? el A A. O'Nell & Hro.... 1 00 J. L. Hunting . 5 00 Cash.,. 1 no C. H. Diggs .'. .r> <?i R. "W. Whit'hurst . 5 00 Joseph Brown. 5 oo M. McKevitt . 5 00 L. 11. My rick. 1 00 Cash. ?>. oo Cash. l.^W C. F. Greenwood & Uro. 6 00 Burrow, Martin & C.<. ? 00 11. \V. Smith. 1 0" Cash. 1 00 A. it. Cnm'pe . s oo H. 11. Page. s oo ! Floyd Hughes . 5 00 I \V. H. H. Trice & Co. 5 00 O. W. Pentress & Co. 00 \V. Ii. Williams. B 00 James Jones. 6 00 MANGANESE ORE. MAY maim; AN EPOCH in" VIR? GINIA IRON INDUSTUY. Tho arrival of the ship King's County and tho near expectation of the Kam blra, both from Itlo and both loadi fl with high-grade manganese ore. may mark an epoch In Virginia Iron mining ami milling. The recent combining ot the iron mines and millis in the South westcm and Valley section of this Sta-.. with the Coal and Coke Compahli b of the same sections, secured by the Tunis Creek Coke and Coal Company, and with that company's stockholders as principals, has greater significance than has been given it for this pint. This company's output of coal and coke has largely increased in the last two years, and their coaling of foreign steamship lines has grown as rapidly. The Impor? tation of manganese ore lo i>e shipped to the mills of this and like companies, will provide for an enrichment ?>f the ore which their mines produce and put them in line for producing high-grade steel and iron work, allowing them to compete with anything turned out In the country. Tho two ships above noted bring re? spectively 1,500 tons and 2,800 tons of tltis ore. which is of much value in high-grade iron production. The ship Canada is also en voyage to Rio and return, and may bring a like cargo. This will furnish, as has been pointtd but In this paper, In the South Cuban trade, us a possibility, a return cargo, making West Indian and South Amer? ican It.id - doubly productive to ship? ping, and undoubtedly will prove a valuable factor in upbuilding the ship? ping ami railroad business of this port. Hie Itriintly < hurrli I'its tors. The Baltimore Sun of yesterday has the following Item of news that will be of Interest lo the Baptists of Norfolk: "The Bruutly Baptist Church i making preparations for the coming of the co-pnstor, Rev. Dr. M. It. Whnrton, of Norfolk. The Installation exercises will occur on Sunday, May V. Services will Pe held morning and I veiling and there v.ill probably I?- an nfternoun ser vlc ?. which will in- in charge of differ? ent ministers in tin- oily. These will probably ??? hi Id in Music Hall. < hi Monday night, May the church will give Dr. and Mrs. Whnrton a reception. Dr. Henry M. Whnrton, the pastor, will bo pres< in and participate in till the exercises. This will give Brnntly Church three pastors the two Whnrton bi-.itb. '!.-; and Rev. Henry Cross, the present pastor's assistant." ITS CAREER ENDED Norfoik College For Young Ladies Will Close \t ill ? I ml ol (lie Prcst'iil Sellollittle Your in .tn mc, (lie siocklxoltlcr.i \\tll lliNciniiiiiite l'rovltlnn? Fur I (s Si;ppori. With the end of the ?s< holasl:2 ycai in .Juno of ISM the Norfolk Coll ge tor Young Ladies will close its doors to Hie public and retire from the list of public educators. This is hot h hiistv action, but Is the result of a gradually crystal if.'.ng minion of ib.- stockholders, to v. ii at], t-. Ii-- I ii.. i.,m;uago Of the pe sl I dent, Captain .lohn I,. Itoper, the fun ' >f continually paying out with no return has lost its iiovc lly anil t hai in. "The fact is," said Captain Roper, when talked with by a VIrg'inlnn-Pllot re-' p :?; r y< slerdny, "there have been but two years When lite college 1ms paid expenses and never has it wild any! ? 1 vi.P ud." Tito Captain owned that he was the piini pal stock In Idee and that tie- college had been a drain since the :.:.-...? it wns built, eighteen years ago li ? said be bad given a great deal of his time and thought to it. but now his time and thought were getting to.. , valuable to be given any further in this direction. A sited what ho deemed tho cause ,>t ; the failure of the school, Captain 11 >p i I claimed that the causes were two in number. The first was the multiplying I of small bi ai'din? schools in the coun? try which furnished board and tuition for a b ss price than good board can be furnished for Int.-. There is little I question ewth the parents, apparently, of the class of tuition furnished; th y send their children to out of town schools, and at tin- end id" the terms they get a diploma und evcryb t> Is satislled. The .second reason is undoubtedly the growing popularity of the public : hools anil the fact that it is getting to be ' fashlonnblc to send their children tie re, while the public schools tire getting to be a Powerful factor in study. J Captain Roper stated thai the t-: ck of the school was 135,000, while nearly every year has ad.led a burd n ot in? debtedness which the stockholders have to pay. The school has been a fad With I Captain Roper ami It is with cvldi nt re? gret that be sees its mission end d. For several years it brought a large n?m b< I" of students from other clti '8 and states.who spent considerable money in Norfolk, Norfolk people nave not, Ihe Stockholders feel, stood by the school as they .ought, ami It is now at its close, What Will be done with tin building is undecided, but it is likely thai It will be token by other parties and still con tinuo as M si hool. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES. The commencement exercises this year will begin Sunday, Juno -Ith. the baccalaureate sermon being then preached. v. Class night, musical night, clocutiion night tind commencement night will follow, rite latter occurring' or. Thurs? day, Juno Slh, when the Until Qddress to the trrnduathig class will be deliv .eteil by Mr. W. II. Venable, probably at the Academy of Music. The othet fTniMflrr "'" '~ - ? HOSPITAL COTS ENDOWED. ' \ THE CITY'S EMERGENCY PA? TIENTS PROVIDED FOR. The Item In the yearly budget, passed M-utday night, giving $1,000 for the en? dowment of two L.,is at St. Vincent's Hospital for n term of five years (Or 0 yearly sum of $200) for the care of the emergency cases occurring at the sta? tion-house, or In the city, Is largely the result of the efforts of Dr. J. R. Speight, physician to the station-house, who agitated the matter on the ground of economy nud humanity. The city here? tofore has had n contract with the above named institution ? n the basts of m; cents per day for such unfortu? nates as emergency has thrown, wound? ed or sieh, on the city's care, and as a result of the said contract frequently cases have been sen: from the hospital tu the nlmshouse or their homes before having fully recovered, and where the constant care of a nurse or a physician, both was still necessary, this action being taken to save the city the expense entailed in further stay at the hospital. By this new contract the city has now two beds for ?'?''>'? days in each year, with all that that signifies in cnrO and tit tendance, thus allowing its emergi n > patients to be fully recovered Inf are leaving. That the public may not imbibe the false impression that any partiality was shown in the selection of St. Vincent's,1 it is slated as a fact by l>r. Speight j that the Norfolk Protestant Hospital w;:s requi sted to submit a similar pro? position, but declined, making a c ?unter! proposition agreeing to endow one bed for life fee $3,000. or a room for $5,000, which was refused on the mound of indeflnitcness. WEDOINC BELLS. TWO PRETTY MARRlAdES SOL E M N IV. V. I) V EST E RD AY KV ENI NT... Mr. John P. Daran and Miss Louise Elinore Burgess, both of this city, were united in matrimonial bonds yeuterday afternoon. The wedding was a quiet ho nie affair, occurring at the home of the bride, 10$ Brewer street, and waej solemnized by Rev. Father T. J. Wil? son, of the Sacred Heart Church, at 4 o'clock, in the presence of immediate j relatives ami friends. The bride, who is a charming bru? nette, was attired in a beautiful cos? tume ol white satin, trimmed with lace, and was attended by her sister. Miss Mary BurgedS, also in white, both car? rying handsome bouquets. The groom and his btvt man, Mr. Ed. J. Doran (his j brother), were in full evening dress. The parlors were beautifully decorated, ami the scene one of sweetness and charm. Mr. and Mrs. Doran left for a trip to the North on th" Washington boat last evening, accompanied by many hearty good wishes. The presents were numerous and valuable. M'GUIRE?THATCH. A very pretty but quiet wedding was celebrated at the home of Mrs. Elnora McGuire, No. Ml Tunstull avenue, at 8 O'clock last night, when her charming daughter, Miss Mary E. McGuire, be? came the bride of .Mr. John S. Thatch, a popular young man of this city. The parlom of the residence were prettily decorated for the occasion. The bride was attired in a handsome gray broad? cloth suit, trimmed with white satin, and wore wiir.e kid gloves. The maid of honor wan Miss Alice Melinite, sis? ter of th,. bride. She wore a suit sim? ilar to that of the bride. The best man was Mr. Solomon Thatch, brother of the groom, lie. like the groom, wore conventional black. Rev. Father Frloll, of St. Mary'a Catholic Church, Im? pressively pi rformcd the rite that mn'de them husband and wife. At the con? clusion of the ceremony a reception was held, tiie tew eii's,.? friends that were present bestowing their best wish? es on the happy cup!.- tor :\ long and prosperous life. Mr. ami Mm Thatch will reside with the bride's mother, at No. S". I Tunstntl avenue. SANITARY INSPECTION. NEW SYSTEM OF INSPECTION IS AN IM PR I >VEM ENT. Mr. .1. Cannon and W. 1.. Stevens, un? der Police Sanitary Inspectors, appoint? ed under the recent ordinance of the councils, began their rounds of contln. nous Inspection yesterday morning. Th dr dally reports are referred to the Mayor, and by him t<> the proper branch of the city government for ac [ tion. The system of Inspection will be greatly simplified by the new ?rdi | nance. All in sight of monument. "Newest Discovery" extracts teeth painlessly. N. Y. Dental Rooms. Knurs only, 324 Main street, corner Talbot. flu- < lie! Mi?Irm llnznnr. The Ohof Sin lern Bazaar was again open last night, ami despite the threat? ening whether was largely attended and liberally patronized. There was a very pleasant evening of enjoyment and th - management were made happy by the nr.. resl shown. The bazaar will be i mtlnued to-night. Gnrm nts produced by Rudolph) Walloci represent the highest art tailoring. I. iiieasi' r t'lgnr llntrn All I mply. Tile l: venue Collectors found quite a number of empty boxes carrying the bogus stamps of the Lancaster factory, but no cigars, the dealers stating that th y had sold all they had. This 1 IV( > tin round up in this section at ab ait 75,000 as stated yesterday. I: is hardly ! likely any more will bo found. QUICK CURE FOR | I COUGHS AND COLDS, $ The Canadian Remedy lor all Larob Bottles, 25 ctg. i DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO., Lim., > Pro*'? Pennr Davu- Pain-Kuur. j A LUMBER COMBINE A Wealthy Company Chartered in Norfolk. Empowered lo Increase Crtnliul i?> Twenty Million Dollars mid llolil one Million Acre? ?I l.uiid six .Mmol n it Million 1'cct Slnndliiu i Timber on II ami. The Atlantic Coast Lumber Com? pany, with it minimum capital ot $1,0 i ?. ooo, which may be Increased to $20, oai). was chartered by Judge Hauokel, of! the Corporation Court, yesterday. The head ofllco of the company will be In Norfolk. Its officers arc: THE OFFICERS. Lewis A. Hall, of Bny Mills, Ml h>, president; Edward B. Freeman, Nor? folk-, vice-president and gen trnl ntana- j jjer: Charles S. Fearing, of New Y irk City, treasurer; Robert. L. Montague, of Norfolk, Va., secretary: the Hoar i of Directors to consist of Walla. - it Flint, of New York ?"ity; Waterman A. Taft, of Boston, Mass.; Frank J. Snxe, of Now York i'ity; Edward B. Freeman, i Norfolk. Va.; Lewis It, Freeman, of Warren. Penn.; Wrtghton W. Tun s, of Norfolk, v.i.; Lewis A. Hall, ot Bay Mills. Mich. A COLOSSAL CORPORATION. This colossal corporation may. under Its charter, acquire in Virginia and other States rcal'cstatc, timber, timber rights, minerals, mineral land, build ami use wharves, barges and ships, nnd conduct :i merchandise bun to ss. It may hold one million acres of land. The chief business to be conducted is. of course, the lumber business. its PRESENT HOLDINGS. Tiie company hits already acquired COO.000,000 t.et of standing limber be? tween Norfolk and Charleston, s. i\ The men interested are the mos I sue cessttil lumber dealers In Norfolk ami other i Itlesi WILL CONTROL THE TRADE. It is probable that the company will practically control tin- lumber trade of this coast. Many mills w ill be - t ? ted a! ?ng the coast of North Carolina. The company w ill own Its own voss Is to a great extent. OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 5 OCTORS Prescribe them because tli-y never vary I from one stnml.ird of mcdicinnl quality ? j ihchigliu 1 ? and doctors tire careful folks. Vou irust your family doctor ? of !j x.iterl bottles only, i 'i DnigRlit.. ?FOR SALE AY? WHITE GROS, ?uttoll, Vit.,and BROWN'S HOTEL, C II. Brcv;.i, Pro pri;ior, PoHsmonlii, Va. UHU i Otiirkly relieves nnd rtermanently .eres all Nervous Troubles, Headache. Dyspcrsia, Fe. male Complain!*, Malaria and all type: of dl?, case originating in. or aggravated i \ ;i low art I weakened condition cf me Nkrvoi s Svstum. Pleasant, safe, and always efficacious. H.00 ITH C'JIILE. AI ALL UKU-..CIS1S.' Silks, Silks, Sills, In great variety of styles, quality and pi ices, from }7'/?c. and up. Crepons, Poplins, Henriettas, Serges and many other desirable Black hiv>> i jooJs. In Wash Goods, India Linon, Per? sians, I.awns, Organdies, I', k, and many other m ikes. Damask, Cream, Red and White; Napkins and Doylies. ALL ABOVE AT BOTTC'a PRICES. L II WHITEhURST. No 336 Main Street, New phono Stf. OLD STAND. WATT, RETTEW & CL!a.Y. ? This best Muslin Underwear Store This store is tirst cf all a woman's store. But, hun eds of men deal here. too. They find they can deal here p'rofitably. Regarding the even! which is now in progress? The Greatest Sale of Muslin Underwear that has ever favored Norfolk women. There is shown here, we think, at least twice the quan? tity and variety of Under Mus? lins that you'll find in any other Norfolk store, and THE PRICES RUN EVEN LOWER THAN DURING ANY OF OUR PREVIOUS SALES. Here are live items that show the equal goodness of hundreds more:? CORSET mVKRS. AT " ? r?t Five . sv ... t.t Rlylos. Ktnhrcrdcry : ? iiKu.' .1 i-?>-l 4?*ui-trimmed. Tight tutini;' a: -.1 l>'r i.eh imvi>i?. Made ot line cambric, beautifully trimmed. Dear I buttons. CHEMISE; AT 39c.? ' ' Two exceptionally good value*-on> ot standard cott h with embroidery. . i lino cambric, epeo. front. With corded band. DRAWERS. AT 50c.? ? * llulf-doitcn very attractive) styles. Mrfu ? of boat cambrtct umbrellat iihapo, trimmed with Point Da ] Paris bu-c. Yai lace, llne.embreGdp J ere and rich Torchon. i SKIRTS. AT Sac? ! Wltli d?p umbrella flounce, trimmed $ With l oin: De Pari-? lace and insor- j ti ?r>. Another style trimmed with 1 deep imbrcidery llounco w.th UusC ruffle. GOWNS, AT St.? Teh .lift', rent styles. Rl).'t neck with yokfticif line tucks, embroidery trim , med; liYoneh gowns, yoke made o? V?l. luce, neck and eloevea trimmed with same; V neck, yoke of cm-' ! bre&lcry and tucks; Empire, luca and embroidery trimmed. This Concerns Furniture Linens. Covering the furniture with these pretty striped linens not only protects it from oust and dirt, but adds a summer-time charm to the home. These linens that we have ready for you are identically the same quality and patterns as roundabout stores ask half dollar a yard for. We ask but 42c. ?They?rrrea-sure?66?inches wide, and are shown in navy, green, red, while and tan stripes on natural grounds. We Clean Lace Curtains and Blankets. Let us clean the lace cur? tains and blankets before you put them away for the sum? mer season. We'll clean them perfectly and at very smalt cost, I )rop us a postal, or 'phone its'. We'll do the rest?to yovr entire satisfaction. Watt?Rettew&Clay j Rambler, BICYCLES! 1 \ XrfWV&l&UZi, we Furnish the Morrow Brake ) ^ Gr6S?nt and Coaster if Desired. I \ The three r:presentalive American lmcle wheels. * } Our terms and guarantee will, inter~st you. ) \ .- i V S17" and over 21? IVlairi St. \