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s.^\(C?nabil"date<l' March, 1S33.) , . P|-2En^?'r?'4^at\ the' Foatofflco' '?t ;Norfolk, ^tV^;??>Cgcohd-cla.sa matter. ? !$QFFICBX "'PILOT IJUILDING, ~ ? ^w^^C.ITYrHALLVAVENUE,' ' . . NpqFQLW,vv?. ...vV;U?'FFICERS: . ?Ki??.'*? Graridy.'' President; w. s. Wille? ms'nrtpn/Trcasur^^ James E. Allen, Secre ?-Jiary.- /' , ffiRP^?jb?R?-OF' DIRECTORS: y. ' A. II. Grandy, L. D. Starae, Jr.; T. W. Kr. fcbeUon.^,. W. Shultlce, W. S. Wilkinson. !^!*iJ?t8"-E^;Allgri; D. F. Donovan; ' aitliEv; t;c;x rs Mit coi-T. -. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The ViRGINIAN-PlLOT 1b delivered to v; ?ubBotlberB by carriers In Norfolk _and r-.; vicinity,^Portsmouth. 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In order to avoid delays, on account of ' personal absence, letters and all commu? nications for ...The VIRGINIAN-PILOT ehould not be addressed to any individual connected with the office, but simply to The VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUB? LISHING COMPANY.^_ EIGHT PAGES V.i' V ' THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 3S95. A TALK WITH OFFICEHOLDERS. Po'.itldlans have, the world over, the reputation of being politic, of being the " same thing to all men. ?>fik?1a ? it not, therefore, somewhat won? derfully passing strange that the ofllce X holders of the State should come out, as they-do, boldly against one wing of their own parly?tbo Tyler wing?and fight them as If they were enemies? f Is it possible that these olllce-holdors - are lngrates? Is It because they do not . 'lovo 'their constituents less, but- Mr. Martin more? Is it because they have grown sufficiently mighty to defy even the people whose vote3 put bread In !: their mouths? .'?' What charm has this mnft worked that they would, In 'the night, as it '?.were, maul out the brailns of the men -who have taken them into their fold, ' because they dislike Mr. Martin, or.p'rc j fer Mr. Tyler? r. The Virginian-Pilot Is no more for ?? Mr. Tyler personally than for Mr. Mar? tin, save that it advocates the plat ?. form, the principles, upon which -Mr. V Tyler stands, the right of the people to vote,, to express thciir own choice. If ypu aid In disfranchising a portion \\of 'the Democratic voters, do you think ? those you happened not to disfranchise j;' this time will think any the more of you ? or have any greater confidence in you? . Do you think the English had any V-, greater respect for Benedict Arnold '.' than the true Amerlcnns, because they happened"to profit by his treachery? The Virglnlnn-Pllot stands upon the ' platform of allowing the people to vote. \ If they vote wrong they have no one to ? blame; They are the parly, nnd you are our chances in lighting for the people, and with them. ' THE TRIUMPHS OF WRONG ARE ITS CONVICTION. This Senatorial struggle, so far. ns the - . Vlrginlan-Pilot is concerned, is for fun? damental, constitutional and popular f rights, into, which the personal char |;act,er, capacity and other usual and or? dinary considerations do not properly . enter; and It is In tho.t light it is rc ' garded by the people themselves where . ever allowed the common privilege of . freedom, to express themselves, without f let or hindrance. Suppose A. 5s an .abler and better man In every particular than 13., when that is riot the question, or point, at issue? The people claim the right to ..- instruct their - representatives, as well j no to nominate them, or select them, 'instead of voting only for whom they | , are told. '.. As to men and measures they demand the right to choose ns they please, or to instruct their representatives, nml A they repudiate, resist and will battle ' to the death the usurpation to Iri . .struct, or direct, them in these matters, no matter from whom it comes, nor V how, nor under what pretext. They f:?r* not capable of self-government the .moment thoy accept, or submit to, so ??71ajrrant a usurpation,, or assumption; ,: they are \inworthy of freedom nnd itsl ^.blessings; and they are Indeed a humble | | jfort of creatures, cmnscutatud of man ?^pod,"although in the catalogue they ijgo^for men.'' ,_v K'i'^?^ Virginian-Pilot repeats, the char y. ncter and capacity of A. and B. have y|^otliir?g to do with it: until it is settled ^?^5tjliei;J)eople shall exorcise their free Of.selection, as they please, with? out?deprivation of the means of oxor j;;pls,(ng that'right, the people and the ^a\^atefl. of free, equal and popular :^;Jkhtr 't.> rule by majority, in honest !^6ctrb^'s,.j/,rnust. fight all opposition and iif?^on^nt?,' or.Jet g^verriment fall to an ^J^rcr^yry?r( conspiracy, 0f chicane, -v^yM^'S^4 -- P9?1tion.. in : which our To.evade and dodgestho real Issue, while boasting of results that can only bo . foreseen as ? the workings of a machine, is a confession that reveals the ahameful state to which we are al? ready betrayed. THE JURY. "If justice In fact shall ever prevail In the courts of North Carolina it will only be'"when Intelligence and virtue shall sit In the jury boxes, and the unit rule Is abolished. Let nine men decide all cases."?Wilmington (N. C.) Mes? senger. Our able and esteemed contemporary will permit us to call Its attention to the fact that the*only point raised In the above' sentence is that that three fourths of a Jury should be empowered to render a lawful verdict; all the rest Is but surplage, for there will never be any justice In North Carolina, nor any? where else. If it is to await the preva? lence of virtue and intelligence In the jury-box or among men anywhere. The messenger suggests that a ver? dict should be made by nine men of the panel of twelve; but if the Jury Is not to be required to be unanimous, must It be agreed at least to three fourths? The Democratic doctrine is that a majority shall decide all questions, or shall prevail, no matter how Important the issue. It Is true that there are or have been exceptions in favor of a two third majority; but. If the jury Is to abandon unanimity, why not let a bare majority decide the case before the twelve men. as that will require seven (7) to five (5)? If less than the whole panel shall render a verdict, we cannot see the validity of the objection to the majority rule for the jury. If the verdict given in any case be contrary to law and evidence, the Judge can set It aside, and in any case, there Is an ap? peal. We confess to a prejudice for the unanimous verdict. We shudder at hanging any man on evidence that even one juror doubts as sufficient to convict the accused. If the Jury comes to no unanimous judgment, there Is a now trial, with a new set of Jurors, and so on; and If a man is tried thrice, and no unanimous agreement is reached, he ought to be discharged,'?not, perhaps, in some cases, na Innocent, but because the State falls to make out Its case against him. Still, we Insist, If the old jury rule of unanimity be discarded, the majority rule should tnkc Its place, except In a case of conviction for murder In the first degree, where we cannot agree that unanimity can be abandoned with? out shocking every feeling of humanity. It looks too much like putting life to chance. MORE PROSPERITY. Here Is more testimony from the able and reliable editor of the Wilmington (N. C.) Messenger to the wicked dis? crimination, made between New York City and other money-centers and the rest of the country in the present dis? pensation of "prosperity." There seems not only a great difference In the quality of the "prosperity" distributed, but also In its quality?those who have been "howling at calamity" receiving little or none of It, and that In bones and scraps, while those who professed that they had more than they needed, are getting overwhelming Hoods of It: and thus the Scriptures are fulfilled: "to him that hath, much shall be given, and to him that hath not shall be taken away even that he halb." But listen to this veracious witness: "15 vo ry" WC11 -1 n f o r n i cd North Caro? linian knows how prosperous a county 15dgee'ombe was from 1850 to isso. It ranked as first or with the three or four best, The lands arc fertile, the farmers flourished when prices were good. The late Turner Battle averaged on his ex? cellent Tar river plantation over a bale of cotton to the acre. Others did as well. On Friday a native of. Kdgecombe and a friend of our's was in to sec u.s. Incidentally he told us that his farm, in the fine cotton producing section in the past, used to bo valued by lax as? sessors at f 17.50 an acre. H is now as? sessed at $5.20, or loss than one-third. What has caused this great deteriora? tion in value? We gave the other day a hint as to conditions In GrnnviHc anil Warren, the two other counties, that In productiveness would have been compared with Kdgecombe. It has not been more than twelve or fifteen years since line tobacco lands In Grauvllle rented for $100 an acre. You can buy the very best now for less than that very much less, we dare to say. It ought to be no crime In North Carolina to state fuels and give opinions." Oom Kruger is coming out of the big end of the horn, while it Is Chamber? lain who is hnstily backing out at the little end. "The condition of affairs In South Africa," wo arc graciously in formcd* from England, "docs not jus? tify the pressure of British demands at this time,"?and it seems that Oom Paul's, note. On second thoughts, is sat? isfactory "for the present." The Vlrglnlnn-Pllol is glad of this, not only on general principles of Inter, national right and justice, but because wo tlo not believe that Chamberlain has any justification for assuming the bul? lying attitude and blustering lone be has taken toward the government of the Transvaal on the pretext that it has treated tho British Outlanders un? fairly. Upon the-same grounds, Lord Salisbury might "take tho high horse toward us, and seek to interfere In our domestic affairs, because over four mil? lions (4,000,000) of British-born people now live within our borders, and would like to have more nights and powers. Hurrah! for' Oom Paul! "Viirglnia has gone up!" said the Oracle; ' CUBAN MISMANAGEMENT. In a recent lucid Interval, brought on by the public declarations of many leading Republicans . in Congress and elsewhere, the Washington" Post has this to say of Cuba and Qcn. Brpwke, the Cuban autocrat: "The only logical deduction from, tho alleged utterance by Gen. Wilson Is that the administration is bound, by every consideration of good faith, to suppress the military autocracy of Brooke, and to set up, instead, a Civil Governor General, who will at once pro? ceed to organize peaceful and civil gov? ernment throughout the Island. If it be considered necessary to keep Brooke there, with his palaces and his be? dizened retinue, we have no objection to offer. Brooke has risen from a very humble origin to high place, in the army. Promoted from the position of a wagonmasler connected with one or our army posts, he was In 1SC1 given a commission in the volunteer service. He developed Into a first-rate lighter, rose to the rank of Colonel, was taken into the regular establishment after the war, and since that, by virtue of a stubborn and yet. placid longevity, he has reached his present rank. For this much we respect and compliment him. He has won his way legitimately. But events have satisfied us that he is no more qualified for the duties he Is now supposed to discharge that some lone penguin squatting on a barren shore. Under his foolish and misguided rule, Cuba has not advanced one single step toward the goal with which wc once cajoled her. Under his dispensation she will never advance that stop. He should be set aside. The President should appoint a Civil Governor, Inau? gurate the experiment to which, by every consideration of honor and good faith, we are committed, and the army be held simply as a police force to In? sure law and order under the dispo? sition of the civil authority. "This Is a serious question. The scandal is near to us, and the circum? stances involve our honor In the issue. It is safe to say that the Cubans now have less local self-government than they had under Spanish rule. We swore to Christendom that we would improve and elevate their state. Is It not about time to undertake tho re? demption of that pledge?" This Is very different talk about Cuba from that heretofore Indulged by the Post; but It is an echo of the voice of all rationnl men, Irrespective of party. It Is a voice of doom for Hnn nalsm. GLORY TO THE BRAVE. If "Stonewall" Jackson, A. P. Hill, Robert 13. Lee, Joseph E. Johnston, and many other of our glorious dead were yet alive, the happiest moments left them would be found In tho annual rc-unlon of the surviving cx-Confcde ratc soldiers. Muny sad memories arc revived by these assemblies of vete? rans; yet even these afford a melan? choly pleasure In the; retrospect, in sympathetic association with tho few old comrades who still live to share our reminiscences of men, events and scenes that arc endeared to us by the misfortunes of a great and common cause that can never be entirely "lost" as long as a defender of it lives, or hns a descendant that reveres St, or glories In the brilliant deeds and noble souls that make It resplendent for all time. The Virglnlnn-PIlot shares with these fast diminishing veterans In all their feelings ns they grasp each other's hands and review the struggle In which all approved themselves men, and whore, though they did not achieve success, they did more?DISSERVED IT! Long may these old men Jive, happy and honored; for they did their duty, to the best of their knowledge and belief; and angels can do no more! Judge Mooney, temporary chairman of tho Ohio Democratic convention, well said in his speech to that body: "Tho money question is not, how? ever, the only Issue In this campaign. Everything, from pine lands to pea? nuts, from stec.l rails to sardines, from straw board to sugar, from tin cans to tobacco, from crackers to chewing gum, hns been organized inlo a trust. Not only are these aggregations of wealth intended lb control prices and to bent down wages, but In politics they threat? en to affect our liberties." Tho Washington Post alleges every? thing except tho cold truth for ils change from a rabid supporter of the administration to a somewhat bitter critic, of it; but the Virginian-Pilot gladly accepts it us proof that tho Re? publican ship Is sinking nnd the nits are abandoning it- Farewell, Mc! furewcll! "He went up like a rocket," said some one. "But he hns not come down like one," said some one else. It is nil explained, however, when It is recol? lected of the gentleman referred to. that, though he.Is a public man, his chief characteristic always lias been that he Is "out of sight." OPINIONS ?F THfTpRESS. in k m:\atoiiiai. It ACE. INDEPENDENT. (Richmond Times.) If the crop of Independent nominees continues to grow, as scorns probable, the outcome will bo .watched with n great deal of Interest, not alone on account of the issue .Involved in the campaign now waging, but chiefly be? cause of the hearing it will have on party organization next year. NO TEST OF STRENGTH. (Tho Roanoke Times.) There has been no determination of tho relative strength of Tyler nnd Mar? tin In Itounoke, but It enn-be said with no fear of the production or compila? tion of figures to prove otherwise that tin- sentiment among the people of this city for Governor J. Hogc Tyler for the United States Senate Is predomi? nant and that wcro tho decks cleared of ward heelers and politicians for a ballot between Tyler nnd Martin; and an executive committee found to allow such a ballot to be taken In accord? ance with tho Just proposition made them. Tyler would bo found to bo In the lead by many votes. Were this not true and were the machinery of Roanoke not fully cognizant of this fact, there would be no hesitancy In granting the request of Tyler that his cause be submitted to tho people themselves. As many persons havo asked for a little more time.to avail themselves of the re? duced rates I havo been offering, I havo decided to' extend tho tlmo to September 10. Positively no ono received at these "rates atter that date. The coming 2 or 3 months arc probably THE BEST IN THE TEAR for treat? ment, being free from tho extreme heat of summer and cold and snows of win? ter. DURING THESE FAVORABLE MONTHS CATARRH PAITENTS RE? COVER MUCH FASTER THAN IN SEVERE;"WEATHER. For this reason I want as many CATARRH SUFFERERS as possible to BEGIN' MY TREATMENT NOW. nnd as an Inducement I AM OF? FERING GREATLY REDUCED RATES; IN FACT. ABOUT HALF MY USUAL PRICE, PROVIDED YOU BEGIN BE? FORE SEPTEMBER 10. Can you nfford to neglect this opportunity?. If you havo any Intention of taking treatment at all now is the best time. Will you let Catarrh go on undermining your health when you can be cured on such favorable terms? Han offices 1 and 2 No. 314 Main street. Norfolk. Va. Specialties: Catarrh nnd all diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Chest I and Stomach. Hours, 9 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.; 2 p. m. to 6:30 p. m. Sunday Hours, 10:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. Tuesday night and Thursday night, 7:30 p. m. to 8 p. m. Consultation always free. Medicines furnished. Terms always moderate. Eyes j examined for glasses frco of churge. ?THE STORE Silfc Waist Specials At $5.00. Of black and colored Taffeta, entire front corded Zouave effect, shoulders tucked, back corded, high detachable stock collar, cord? ed, Dress Sleeves, and Waist made without yoke. Special, $5.00. BENJ, LOWENBERG, 34 Granby Street. Old 'phono SS8 B?n?? AKBrilulSilfl The Monticello Corner. To Early Fall Buyers An attractive sprinkling of choice novelties and staple values, Broken Plaids, Home? spun Effects. Plain Homespuns, Cheviots, &c. A specialty in all-wool, 54 in., at 75c. Our Black Goods Depart? ment thoroughly up to date. A large assortment of the new? est Mourning Effects. Amos, Brownlcj & HorntUa KETTLES .., I have a full assortment of Por? celain Lined, Blue,and White Lava Enamelled and Granite Preserving Kettles, all at lowest prices. I have one Man's nnd ono ladles' Bicycle, new, at less than cost. P. J. MAL 109 Commercial Placo Bolh Phones No. 401. DO YOU KNOW RENOVATING HAIR MATTRESSES. We havo nil kinds In stock, and mads of best materials. . .WILLARD E. BROWN. Its Main stxcoU SCHOOLS AND COLLE^ SOUTHERN SHORTHAND'iND BUSINESS UNlVERSiiT. (ALSO PURCHASERS OP THE COLUMBIA BUSINESS COLLEGE), CORNER GRANBX STREET AND CITY HALL AVENUE, NORFOLK, VA. A high-grade, practical, up-to-date business school, which prepares young men and young women for independence and prosperity,.and places them.in positions free. Th'.s great Institution for business training is endorsed by K?iLrntu?" bankers, merchants and hundreds of former students; It ranks among tho lore most educational Institutions of Us kind i n Anr.erica. r BRANCHES TAUGHT ". Bookkeeping, Mathematics, Commercial Law, Shorthand; Typewriting, Pen? manship. Grammar, Correspondence, Telegraphy. Spelling. Board and lodging ?3 por week. School open the year round. Day and night sessions. Instruction largely. Individual. .Largest private educational Institution .n Norfolk. ? ?" SPECIAL OFFER: Until September ISth, we will Issue scholarships for the full Business and | Shorthand Courses, tho regular price of which is.SGO. for fcO: scholarships for either the Business or Shorthand Course, the regular price of which Is S10. for $3?. ? For further Information call or send for our Cataloguer and ourj new? pub lea tlon, entitled "Business Education." J. M. KESSLER. President. /Phone. 45C._._ SUFFOLK COLLEGE, SUFFOLK. VA. FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG LADIES. FOUNDED IN 1SG3. ? LOCATION, beautiful In a refined, hos? pitable, religious community of high in. tellcctual culture. BUILDINGS, large and comfortable, vrith all modern appliances. ADVANTAGES, homo life. Christian In? fluences and thorough Instruction. COURSE OF STUDY, cuiiiprohenslvo in overy roipcct and In Instrumental and Vocal Music equal In breadth and thor? oughness to conservatory courses. TEACHERS, among the fuiuinnsl in tho land, earnest, enthusiastic specialists. REPUTATION, fully established during a successful career of thirty years. EXPENSES the lowest possible. TESTIMONIALS, of the highest order. DIPLOMAS of graduation uwurded to full graduates. Next session begins September 13, 1S9!?. For catalogue and further particulars address SALLY A. FINNEY. P O. Box 8S0. Suffolk, Vi. jyll-2m__ Peace Institute, RALEIGH, IM. C. One" of the best femalo schools In tho South, and the cheapest for advantages given. Send for catalogue. JAS. D1NW1D?IE, M. A. RICHMOND COLLEGE. Founded 1S32. Courses leading to B. A., B. S.. M. A? and Bachelor of Law. Eigh? teen Professors, three Law Professors, Ampi-.' libraries and laboratories; JuO.OOO spent this year on new equipment. Mod? erate expenses. Session opens September 21. For catalogue address President 1<. YV. BOAT WRIGHT. Richmond Va. au3-tu,tb.sa-20t_ PANTOPS ACADEMY, Near Charlotlesvillc, Va., For Boys and Young Men. Send for Catalogue. JOIIN"R. SAMPSON, A. M., aul-eod-lSt Principal. MARY WASHINGTON COLLEGE. For Tonne Women and Girls. Thorough nrid complete course of study. English Branches, Languages, Art, Music, Elocu? tion and Physical Culture. Session will begin September the 27th. Miss VIRGINIA REYNOLDS, Miss MARY BUCHANAN RANDOLPH, Principals. For other information address caro P. O. Box 137. Norfolk, Va. For personal Inter? view after September tho 1st, call at tho Mury ? Washington College, corner of Granby street nnd College Place, Norfolk. Jy27-2m LeacMood School for Young Ladies | 232 GRANBY STREET. NORFOLK. VA. | Twenty-eighth .session .begins October 2nd. ISM. Best advantages In all de? partments. Music, Art and Languages specialties. A few boarders will be taken. Circulars at book stores. MISS AGNES DOUGLAS WEST. Principal. Miss West will be abroad unt'.I Septem? ber 10th. After that date, for personal In? terview, call at the school. For further information prior to September 10th, ad? dress MISS G. WEST, Wadsworth, Me. Jy2-su-ltaw-lm-then-dy2m MT. ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE Course of Studies?Classical, Scientific and Commercial. Terms?Boarders, per session of flvo months, $115. Studies will bo resumed on MONDAY, September 5, 1SS9. Address, BRO. JOSEPH. Director. Station D.. Baltimore, Md. Send for catalogue. Jyl2-2m BETHEL MILITARY ACADEMY liithol Academy, Vlrclala, Thirtr-aocnnd ?t'??ion opeus Sept. 31. Pitrnnacn from -t( Htntca. IIa* proparod inoro aoldiera And achnlars than any otlicr privato Inatitutfon In tlis South, lllna. cataloeoe. H. A. Mclutjre, Sopt. aul0-eod-2Ct HANIPDEN-SIDNEY COLLEGE. Tho 121th session will open Wednes? day September 13th. For catalogues apply to RICHARD McILWAINE. President, Jy20-th,sa,tu-8w Hampdcn-S'dncy, Va. Find Everything Required for Housekeeping JOHN B. LOUGHRRH'8 PIONEER IHSTHLLIHENT HOUSE, No. 319 and 321 Church St. NEW GOODS. LOW PRICES. TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS. BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF NOVELTIES IN PRETTY FURNITURE:. Carpets, Rugs, Mats, Druggets IN ALL SIZES AND STYLES. Mattings, Linoleums, Oil Cloth, &c. New Iron Beds and dibs, Low PriGes. Folding Beds, Couches, Cots, <&c, Baby Carriages, Go-Carts. The Latest. We furnish your Home from Kitchen to Parlor on TERMS TO SUIT. - All Goods Marked in Plain Figures. JOHN I iill PIONEER INSTALLMENT HOUSE, ALL LOW SHOES FOR LADIES . . ,1 A GENTLEMEN AND CHILDREN AT? 319 and 321 CHURCH STREET. AT COST TO CLOSE THEM OUT Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases. DOYLE & SMALL, SOS Main ?t. Opposite the Monument. OUT PRICES OINT Summer Is Gone Wash Goods to Keep You Coot With it. Autumn is Here And Wool Goods to Keep You Warm. ABOUT 1 "avu ',0 different styles to ~ u * show you, In prices to suit all COATS, hi want. Capos In Golf, Plush nnd Cloth. Blankets?Silver. Grey, Red nnd White. Dress Elnlngs In tho leading styles and qualities.. .lust In, a. large lino of Underwear, In Gentlemen's, Ladies' and Children,'p. Corsets In tho leading makes?K. ft G.. Knho, W. H. and the American Endy. Don't forget our Embroidery and Eaco Department. Many other goods not spnee to mention. Call and examine the stock. L. H. Whitehurst, 336 MA!Ns STREET. Now Phono 857. SPOTLESSLY WHITE. The Monticello's Dull Domestic Finish to shirts, collars and cuffs is some? thing' no imitator can equal. We take soiled linen and give it that soft, delicate light blue shade that appears so spotlessly white. . , A postal card or 'phone message will bring us to your door. Honttcello Moder Lanndiy, ALBERT GBRST, Manager. 105 GRANBY ST. New Phone 874. 172 Church St.,. Near Main Surprise Sale A squaro top, heavy canvass covere Trunk, heavy steel corners and clamps] stool knees top and bottom, all llneq throughout, 2 trays. Iron bottom. oo Special Sale of Dress Suit. Gases] 50.0 Dress Suit Cases Leatherette - - - $1,401 300 Dross Suit Cases Steel Frame - - - $2.25; 100 Dress Suit Cases Leather - - - - $2.75] 100 Dress Suit Cases Leather, Steel Frame, $3.7$ We carry an Immense slock of Trunk Traveling Bans. Dress Suit Canes, Trav clers" Supplies and Ladles' and Men'; Ppcketbooks. The Only Exclusive Trunk House in the Cityj 172 Church St, near Main. Fresh Green Gin JUST RECEIVED. 15c. Pound, 2 for 25c. SPICE SEASON is now at its height, and out supply is huge and of the very best. Mustard Seed, Celery Seed, Allspice, Cloves, Ginger, Mace, Cinnamon, Turmeric, Garlic, &c. Pure Cider Vinegar. Pure Wine Vinegar. White Brandy. 296 MAIN STREET. L. LANOBALLE, ICE CREAM PARLOR AND WHOLESALE PWiFBGTllREI Wo can Ijirnlsh yon with a better ana cheaper cream than It is possible to get ?iiscwherc. Come and samplo our cream and get prices and ho convinced. CllUHCli STREET. OPPOSITE HOLT. BOTH PHONES. 05J. auU-ood-Bu,tu.th-tf_ PINEAPPLE SNOW II Ours is the Finest in Norfolk. Bee Cream and Sees Our Pineapple Snow, Tee Crenm and Ices are generally admitted to be the I finest in Norfolk. Special prices for parties, excursions and lodges. De? livered free to any part of Norfolk. Prices low as the lowest. Goods better than the best elsewhere. NORFOLK CANDY KIT?, Southern States Phone 673. Je2i)-? L'l BANK ST. THE VIRGINI A 272 Main Street. Headquarters for tho mly genuine French Vienna and Homo Made Bread in tho city. Fancy Cades and Ic<? Creams oft every description known to the art. Havo you tried our sparkling Soda? Alt syrups drawn from glass Jars. Hyruu mado from fruit Juices only. No extract's used A trial will convince you. In the Caro you can be served with ?.11 the delicacies of tho season preoarcd by French Chefs. Specialties each Saturday, WATCH THE WINDOWS. BEST BY TEST! HIGGINSON'S "White Cement WalKPlaster." Strictly HIGH GRADE Plastering nW?i terial for wall3 and ceiling. 1,009 TONS used on the best work in Norfolk and vicinity. Superior In STRENGTH, HARDNESS. DURABILITY, aci FINISH. FOR SALE BY! GAMAGE & WALLER, 12 TO IS PLUME ST.