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Tag NEVv^S OF NORFOLK ON PAGES' 2; S, 5, 6 ?ND 7
jeXween.W-ut,
i\ii\receive
J'JO.H'T,-^ SEPT.
Dairy,...n, Bay
t tM'e^Jialt- white
Kknot :<m nose. A
trest,:iind convlc
-.'?. oel-3t?
&0*&OUNa MEN
nAnSln good local
I&S FOR TU 10
.'brld . for all sec
?.o'rtli Carol na.
fUNE, Chairman
tc'trs, ..Tou Bank
oetl
iftjji GOOD,
out hi years old.
iN.Cl^. WORKS.
IASE AN 1N
^Rriblishcd rental
^experienced real
?pt-ciass business
?ibftor the highest
33?}i*-VKENTS,'' ('are
ooi-;;t
^feOSITiOJf'DY A fit"ST
..?y 'nialccr/v -Bern .>r .
Addresa CANr>x maivi.ii,
?_n*
^^?^^PET?ENt: ??:}>
r-'toigra?e and;pack apples from
ifd.'vDJjplt<iipply'''unle:', ; yon 1111
ttstSVo; buslriefeti -and bring re-f-r
m&l-aK&tfoV&S ?& CO., 31) and
ED.,~'A' RESIDENT VOU'III
>ii0t'.'gobfl -habits ahdsclmraeter, w.si 1 -
'vt?.Ciri\?lt6"himself ?..useful In dMce an;!
-crfop^t 'of'Sii o.-l x-nb: -nod m- 1
&UU^te?Vv'iCa'n:*apply. In own hand
gj^^^udrc-a'Ti P.' O. Box fil. It
ife^.lSR.^E'NCED SAKES
*a'*':wJlb; has. had -experience
those
. need
Granby
11
<s .woo imn ? hau -ex pur
mtat,jireferr.ca. oj.y
g&lfivSri?''experirm cd
^bU'ENBERG, b! Or
AisrJfD'^-TO; INVEST. 1
thousand/d?Uare In an
), v t>.' -tnoust
^paying U'U's3
or 2
estabi.sheo
together: wuh s-.tv ot
pc3; iuan, or would pur
Address-.T. C, F., care
oel-hp
Add!ess CLEBIC;
If
ice base burner
SOU'{.Order, for htal'.ni;
ifc'utdio to j. A. m At ;
1\\ street. It
} A RDJ?'ltS?PIjEASA NT
inra^VApply.at oi?y no.;
,t Jvfti_ .A _ou-:;t?
-T?" TP A DW" A ST AN JJ l)i"
,??'nii; lir.ic nna'pouh-d net boat tor a
er'-?r sl?'?p suitable.^ for dioag nj;
i^AtldieEa'. TR-ADER, care Vir
P^lOtn.:.. ?.v ?_Sel.7-lv.-_
JN?Vi?fAN Vi'
. T}.flrKSbbt. !;tore.-;
irirg|nlan-Pllot. _
t^TED^TO;'SUDD, ? to end ao E
nJyh'a\'maiHjfh'c'turlng,.)>usi:i(.ss, an
irorim;ne&;.'fc?fticary?; busim-fs, doing
ftjo.QuO vi?; enrfh ' business pei
^^nfl Jri Richmond. Address
i.Rlohm?nd, >Va. ccl-ot
w Ant^d"~bv -an" e\
SeWtkpUpot'; to occupy pint
5f.-i'ilI^>:t.rnoi- Can furnish
bnceSi'i.v; Addre:ia rqok
>u'.ce~,,oci-iw
(pi ftST^cT-ASS PA peIt
hirst' como well rieommcitd
JKaaON thompson,
^-Portsmouth.' seao-at
fSITUATION by hegis
S&tant pharmacist; live
'employer. Address "pre
BiUC'i; this olllee.
JANupP- > LONO exper
j'.-Blt?atlpn. In dry goods
teftfaiHa'.
? stere.' Interview solicited.
IBSMAN," care Vlrglnlan
3^^>.'Viv-v''.':: '?' s j-u l "
M&Dt:^ BY A . -RESPECTABLE
j?f^4.v.wombn -a'position n- cook,
Vi work;, cun ;-furnish r,o .d r> I'er
|pplyrJWiCuWberland street Nor
"-v;; 7;;/_. :___;_se-.o-.;p
I^PES^OF AfPUBLIC STEN
acr;dnd'Typewriter can be jiro
&-Citizens!ijBtink Build ng. New.
ymh'tffl&U - _ o. l-lm
SED^A .NUMBER ONE*" FAM
iTjr(a^e>hoise." Apply at No !iG
treet, Berkley,' Vn. se:o-;it
^PioBPT I ON~t Y YOB NO
,ot';experie)ict-i as clerk '11 :-iore
[jferencea. e\y. E. W., this olllee
j'iCQOK TO STAY ON
m!tf,Mm.l--C. Q. -WRIGHT,
?ifelit,j? scai-nt
tO'Vll.l.' Y M AHO G A N Y
S.r?ss- Hand Irons, Can
_Hr?1)"r'n;3 ,nnd Blue China
EWidcireSa M. J. DOUUH
llt^Strc'et, Norfolk.
, i^tfo^SECOND- HANU.
M? (drnya; : Address 'Drav.'
tPJl'ptj?: seO-tf
rO^-pEAIN SEWING AT
*"'?pei*'-dav. Four moiitlr
jv-V' - Send stamped aa
Mo --for'.' particulars. r. W.
Cp., rph ladc-lphla. Pa. P.'
|j>i* - ;i> Ob ITI 6ns ?don' r
?r'afjvi,civil service or ccn
bn'Without seeing oir rain
IifmAtton; Sent frco. CO
ORRISrlPONDENCE COI
ilgtcn, 1>. C._ It*
'" SiAn'; "permanent
SfiO psr'jnonih and expenses
"uSrcdV/.CLAIUv. &, CO.. -2Z
%.ia, Pa. ... If
CHANCES.
[r&fr?-KNOW HOW n%
XiprAWl Then dr.p us
MH. .send von cur Dol
?WeUrwhich explains
i.vca^tblo plan of nlwav.
^'?lifo. profits In Wheat
Wends/-'paid, every tw..
!? /.and accrued earning;
S,Vi>n :? on . rdetnahd. Pout
[tmnccess. IP.ghcu bank.
vJ>*icust?mcrR' reference's
S?tTION. 1 INVESTMENT
Jl^ij^g.i Chicngo. : H*
i^REEV . SIN?LE- GEN
m?><: get nlcfly furnished
"Tts;,and/ privilege of. bath.
Sfcokrd," in a private; home:
'-' risd . or iiteamboal ? of
r.'eys. Apply : r,!0 E?s;
Wgftfjl'/ seCS--lJ.?
Ij_FO R JS A LE._
JYIOR SA LE?BR?K KR A Gl? BUSINESS,
XJ established * years; would he sold'for
the amount-that books will show is malt?
ing every 00 day*, on account ot party
leaving the city. Will btar Investigation.
Address "W.." this ofllco._it*
F' 'FOR SALE?BUILDING LOT is At?
lantic City Ward (Lambert's Point).
(AlxlSO fifjO.OO cash, cn account of party
leaving oily. Address lot. care Vlrgih
lati-Piiot. OCi-St
CT ARMS! FOR SALE ? FIVE ACRES
a" and up; easy terms: near city water
works. Address OWNER. c. F. ii., ?
Commerce slrcc-t. ocl-su.tu.we-lw
17? OR sale?in PARK place. FOUR
Ij very line lots: quick sale: can bo
bought reasonable and on easy terms.
Address e. D., Hi s ollico. oct-lli"
ffjl OR S?L1>:~ C11Kaiten OAK
jl." tables. SO bent wood chairs, oll cloth,
hat rucks S.o., suitable for restaurant or
bcurdlng-houso purpose. Address L. N.
L.. care Vlrglnlan-F.lot. octl-lw
ra orTsai .e ? resta it ha nt " w iti i
A? (Inn trade; lodging rooms well
lurnlshcd: nil occupied; day and nlglit
house. Terms easy. Apply 42", Church
street. . se29-tf
N3WSPAFER AND .ior. OFFICE FOR
sale at Newport News; terms easy;
practical printer preferred. Address BOX
115, Newport News, Ya, sr2~-lw
For SALE.?ONE HORPE AND TWO
Dellvrry Wagons, all in good cond -
i'.oh; Apply at. Irw'n's Stables, Church
struct, opposite Freemason. s??:?>-i\v
17?OrIiAL13?ikji:IILE HOUSE,-PRESS
v? brick front, ?Iglu rooms each and all
modern convenience;-. No. Gl and ks Fen
cliurch slrec't. One frame bovine No. off
Clav f.tri'ct, six rosins. Reasonable prices.
Anoly to I. ADLE ft, administrator Tor
Mrs. Sarah, Sells's estate, is) Fencliurvh
street. seio-lm
'fjToR SA LE~W l^?vl LL SELL"?~T~~?
?2 great sacrifice u now '-room h^uso,
with other necessary outhouses, and one
acre of ground, near the city, fronting on
a good shell read. For further pfi'Letilnrs
see II. C. IIOGGARD & CO., Nsrfolk. Va.
Now 'phone-. 7i:i. . uuSfl-tf
SPECIAL NOTiCES.
r p HE RA LEI GIL 72 YOLK LI.AIM.
I- (pins October l!d under new monugt
rnent. 'j horoimliiy renovated Tablo llrr.1
class. Apply 72 York liace, Norf.dk. It*
r ADA M S N 12 LL? N E WM AN, Itlif
j-TJL nowncd Clairvoyant, Uns ness und
i M Medium can be consulted at her
parlors on all life mailers. Hor tests are
wonderful. oniru and residence. 2.W
Church ?irret. oel-lw'
t,y LF.GANT PIANOS FOR SHO.OO - A
ill superb tone full 7 octave Piano, v..h-i
--tool cover and guaranteed in lee, <ii>.y v ;
payable in monthly Instalments of !'?; coal
new $:i7?: property of party leaving city,
apply STIFF F WARE ROOMS, Under
Montlcello, Grauby street. selM-tf
D" ON'T LOSil. BUT BUY'.A CERT1FL
cnte in "The Investors' Fund" and
uraw o semi-monthly Income, ii lite
only nafe plan over offered for trading
with modi rale capital in Stock.;, Whort
or Cotton. Write for particulars, sen)
free. C. E. MACKEY ?v CO., 23 Broad?
way. Now York. ? nu27-su;tf
ABARGAIN IN AN UPRIGHT PIANO
for one hundred and thirty-seven
collars?Wo have a bargain lo offer In an
upright p ano. 'ibis Instrument has been
iineo. but it Is in very good condition,
Full octaves, rosewood eas ? and with all
modern Improvements Thorn parties who
Vylsti llirie on this Instruiueut can be ac?
commodated with small monthly pay?
ments. An Invest gallon of our stock of
pianos will not culy convince you that
jwo curry the largest steck of any house
',n the city, but that our prices sad terms
:.re the' lowest. AM LS & BURK, 103
Mein street, uvo douis from postolilce.
H_
DANCING ? WALTZ AND ALL
dances carefully and rapidly taught,
treasons strictly private. Beat references.
Terms reasonable. Address Laijy
TEACHER, ibis office. octl-31*
OT'l UM, MORI'RINE, WHISK EY-IF
interested in the curo oftliese habits
write for my book on these illsaasi i
Mailed free. B. M. WOOLLEY. XI. i >.,
Atlanta; Oa. Jyl6-su-2Ct
Dr7~D.~~' I] HARMON, TiTe' rw
only cxcldslve Optician In the--.._>
city, Eyes examined free-: largo st?d: ol
Artlilelal Eyes: office over 10-eont store;
In priio t! co'.- si nee 1S<>9._a..'.' ;y
IHAVE FOUND A POSITIVE CURE
ior drunkenness. Can be t; ven se
cretlv. Will gladiy tell you what It Is.
Don't send money. Mrs MAY HAW?
KINS, Lock Box L. G. 131, Grand Rapids,
Michigan. HelO-su.we-lin*
UPRi?tir PI?NU?$ 140.
Beautiful richly carved cane, very sweet
tone, l; pedals, full iron plate triple strung,
has been In use but few months. This Is
i great bargain^
ST1EEF WA P.EROOMS,
Open Evcnlngfl. Monllcello, Grauby St.
MO NEY Tt' "1 -?A x ? >r A v
?u-v/1? J_i a nmouiits; no delay; eas?
iest'terms, LEO J EPSON. Ai.ui,'iiiv oi
Music bullding; sca-lni*
mm * nSS?l
pnythents, Loans made promptly,
FLANK H. e;ALE..::io Main street.
iW)i\ T<) i-i:.\i) on' thT:
Oi'iilK H 7 Building and Loan
Association plan. \V. II. SAROEANT, Jr..
Koom ai, Lowcnbuig Bldjr. j 12 ?in
i tii
? oji ii?
ti.il ,1 t 'u , .i il ii i n \v Iii
Morlg?gcs and other securities; liberal
tidVanccs on salaries, rents, annul tics, es
inies and permanent Incomes, Interviews
strictly private and nil transactions rig?
idly couiidential. NOUl'eJLK MORT?
GAGE LOAN COMPANY, \\\ II. Il-.f
hiilmcr, new No. :::,\ Main street, Mor.tz
Olllce Building, suite ;?, G and 7.
MO.N KY I?;v;;^\"v.:
fV'.. H. CLINTON BRADFORD HAG
i t resinned actual practice in bis pro
le?s!on, and lias associated with him Dr.
.1. ii. Costeribader, who Is a graduate of
tho University Collcgo of Mcdlcltio ami
Oehiislry of Virginia, and is an expert I
operator and bridge worker. All work j
dona at reasonable prices and guaranteed.
Teeth extracted without pan. Ofiice, oli
-land, 332 .Main St. Ke?-Ini j
1,'JOST .men L'n.L ?T THE FRAGRANT
11 weed when rolled Into ;? good cigar
BRNEST BROWNE lias ilila elgar. Tito
brand Is the ''El I'rlnclpal;" nothing bet- i
[or In the city ai any cost. 10c, three ir
2>c: box of nrty. ':Vj Main street and
it sens' Bank Building,
D"O YOU NEED A SEWING M?T
chine? Try Wheeler and Wilson's
bnll-hcuiing d. n. (Machines rented and
repaired.) K7 Churcli street, JNO ii
STONE, Agent._Jyltf-tf '
si?i l?v nuil Montiw.
MOT.TU, de WITT & CO.. Cl Oranby nt
Sloe-'xs and bonds.
So'iltliiTn Inyestmcnl?,
Corrospondenco sol cited.
No n /.?c>TTk: dFeIn 'ii, CLEAN IN?
and .Repairing Co.?Lr.dles' Suiu
leAped: Gw?2' tjoils Dyed. 5-'.>?. elraiuM
ind pressec", /fie., pants pressed I03. ,.nr.
r,ets a opvclally. -M Main. New Phone iOI.
r; adies NTckmNii tkkatmn.\r
J. tor JrreAUlnrltles. I.i'iicerrliorn or
any other Ovarian Troubles consult im;
JACKSON. 113 W. Mulberry jilrset, tfal
tlmore, Md. Privat? sanltarluin; trnlncil
nurses.
ItelUb'lc r'ifuiit of a mi'iitnnlcal or Invcntlronilnd
d-filrlnvr a trip to tbo VurU Exposition, iiklutuoa
riitrtrj m:1 ejinrnn' ? mild, trmuiii wtlir
?jrho-PATLNX. e'-IlCOIt?, Baltimore, Mil.
is}(UEi*L ?? Cnichetlcr's Eofelish Fennyroya; hil3
_SPECIAL^NOTICES._
OS. MA It OLE HAS RET?KNED
from the North and will attend to
i..i eiders for pln.no tuning, action tili 1
eis.- repairing^ Address I'. O. Box l?i,
Norfolk, V.i. oet-lw*
T9 ROFITS IN STOCKS. WHEAT AND
JL Cotton. Maekoy's Modern Methods
Alako Money. Write for our free book.
0 K. MAC KEY: Si CO.. 29 Broadway, N-.-w
York._BC2t-au-lf
v ew CODFISH SHORE MACKEREL;
.It . in barrets, hal\03, ?tun rii rs anil kits.
Corned Sliad anil No, i Wblte Fish cheap
for rash john s. HCTCiilSON. 23 and
27 KoanaLc dock. ocl-3t"
_AG ENTS^W ANTED.
AOF.NTS-J2I0 MONTHLY SELLING
improved n'.ekfcl-p.aud Li ill.am. Gas
i ?m Burner; tits ketosmc- lamps, be.iuu
tul gaslight without chlninoy. Sample
ire. F.NTERPlUSI? MEG. CO., F. 12.
Cincinnati; o. it
* CENTS TO SELL OUIl OFT PRICE
J,\ Christmas books: 60c. books, 15c.;
ij.o) books, 26c.; $1.60 books. Sue.; I2;5G
books, 76c;''credit given; freight paid; out
lit fix.-. FERGUSON PUBLISHING
COMPANY, 103 Fifth street, Cincinnati,
Ohio. It*
UT ANTED ? SALESMEN TO SELL
imported and domestic llqucra, pr.n
elpally line Kentucky whiskies and blends,
ease and -hi-irei t;oods. to jobbers and
Mlooti trade. Hood chance to the r'.xbt
man; salary or commission. Address it
;?. Si' KADER ft SON, ?'.' and 71.E Wntei
St., Lexington; Ky. . oe-l-su-lf
C( Ol ii AGENT WANTED IN EVERY
X town. Can'easily earn $2.">.C0 to JiO.03
per woelt P'-iween now ami holidays.
\VrIti for particulars to-day. THE WEIS
BINDER CO., 120 Jackson St., 'J'oledo, O.
It*
(1 ALESMAN?SS0O.00 A MONTI) AND
?ZD eiipens s guaranteed sei.lng to Hotels,
ms. I'amille-s new patent Burner (or
I heai us and cooking: makes Its own gas
Hem coal -Hi. Ills any gloyc, cooks meals
01 h run roorii in half usual time. PER?
FECTION BURNER CO., HOD W. I'. St.,
Cincinnati, O. lt?
Ai; ENT3- W H Y~Ni vp ~ ii N T E R INTO
a reputaplc business with a house of
(rood standing that will always consldOl
your Interests; the Standard Portrait
House of New York City Is now offerlna
im- the llrsi time a 10x20 crayon or pastol
picture s?viih a frame, all complete, for
' S cts.; we pay 30 cts com miss on on each
order; we .in' reliable and well known
throughout ibe country: we want men
thai work nnd that would not consider
anything les?llian HO per day: remember
lilmllnr portraits are being sold at from
to ? ?: Pi nd IS cts. for sample or we will
senil c. o. D. with the- privilege of ex?
amination; all the supplies, instructions
11 lehtiifr you how to tako orders, and
givinfj every detail of the business are
forward ? with sample. A. b. STECKEl
Dept. HO, ; 1 Pleasant Ave.. N. y. c. It*
V*~t ANTED-SALFSME N A NO co l
tV lectors 10 work 111 the city and?
er, ntry Apply to the SINGER MANU?
FACTURING CO., 2S9 and 2:>t Church ?i..
Norfolk, V.... or 407 Court Street, Ports
mouth. juS-2taw-if
WANTEI >?A MAN; OR AYOMAN.' TO
travel and appoint agents. Salary
$76.00 per moil Hi and expenses; rapid
proniot on: also local workers; guaranteed
iil.no per day; position permanent. CEN?
TURY, Market St.. Philadelphia.
s.i'.,o..i.S.i;,-U
Ai.i-s: iin?to s e ll toi let"s?a p
tjt u> dealers; 5100 monthly: salary and
exp< ?. :. experience unnecessary. LOLLS
ERNST ro, S:. Louis, Mo. _auo-sun-ly
t .^:>v m: man wanted to
-i.J travel and appoint agents, via per
month salary' mid expenses. Xi HOLER &
CO.j HKl Locust St., Philadelphia.
se?,10,13,ocl,4,7,no;l,i,f)-0t
??. a I N A x d W11m e N\ t'ToOD AD
atIL dross, 10 travel and appoint agents;
? alary $75 inonih: expenses; rap:.! ?<!
vahecmcrit. Unusually brill ant oppor?
tunity. Address with reference. but?
LER .'1-. Al.OER, New Haven, Conn,
a u27-Ul.su
WA n T R.D.?-EXPERIENCED 077,
SALESMAN on salary, with ex?
penses paid. Can offer Kuod thins to
salesmen with established trade. THE A.
O. HARBAUGII CO., Syracuse, N. y.
sel2-tu,sa,su,tf
why NOT Salesmen nru making 5r.11'
MAKE t?0 to J7? a week with our
I'LL WEEK? beautiful new panoramic
album.-., "FIGHTING in"
the PHILIPPINES'! and "OCR NEW
I'OSSESSlONS'.'-fYOU can easily do so. I
Each album contains- 160 inngnlli cut largo ]
photographlii .reproductions of stirring,
pathetic and humorous iucnes of camp
hand hattlcileld, portraits of prominent
war liejrocs, unlive pictures, noted point?
er" Interest; scenery, etc. Thomas m. An?
derson, Brigadier General; U, s. A., says:
"The cugravlnna are- both faithful and
p'ettirer.Qiie." Heavy. . Ivory-rml.-ii paper;
hands mo covers: exquisite works of art.
One man slid ISO Urse day?eve R V
ROIVY buys P.: GENEROUS COMMIS?
SION. One compli t?> album (paper cover),
13 cents; both albums, 20 eint?: cloth
binding, 85 cents each: both, to cents.
Order NOW; don't waste time in c?r
i? ? ]???>'? ? ??- ? ",-?:? - 1 K r, ,i?_:?
Boltilely satisfactory, Catalogue free.
Mniiuscrlpt? promptly examined. F.
TENNYSON NEEDY, Publisher ill Fifth
avc.. New York. seiS-eod-St
FO^ R?NT.
(71 OB LENT?Til HEM CONNECTING
x' rooms, with bath; second floor. No. s
North strc-ot; poacaslpn October 1st. It
i.lOl! LENT ? TWO DESIRABLE
A? rooms, with board, .0 the nid MI3U
RIMAC CLUB, corner Oranby:and Free'
mason slr< i ts. It
nui! RENT A GENTLEMAN AND
A* wife; al30 two or three younit men.
can obtain nice room:-, with bonrd and
uso of bath, on York street, between Duke
and Yarmouth, Address V. M., Virgin
ian-Pllot office. lt?
IJIOR II i:\--e--STORE IN THE- COLUM
fii bin Lulldlng, on Oranby street, how
? oupled by Taylor & Lnyall. St..ra No.
US clank street, now occupied by Cable
liauo Co. Possession January i?i, lpoo.
Apply in P. LOWENBERG. ?t89?illlOcM
JTIOR RENT! ? NICE FURNISHED
?" BOOM tu private family, with gas,
hunt'and use of bath. With or without
board, on West Bute street, AddreB* X.,
care of Vligihlan-PUoti sc2G-iw
o'Iihi njnlrM ??? \v. t . uerwi.T.
The funeral of Win. F. G or wig, who
commit ted suicide by shooting himself
at No. -iTi Union street} Wednesday
morning, ivos hbld from |i hal place .1:
?.:S0 o'clock yevterday afternoon. Tito
cervices were conducted by Rev. .1. 11.
fihenk, of the- First Lutheran Church;
The remains we're laid to rest In Ethi*
wood Cemetery! His brother, Mr. Peter
GorWIg, arrived liere from Allcgh'any
City, i'a., Friday! evening to attend
Hie obsequies.
"Yon ?l-\v Jlei-.l (ln> Snptliiir,
but net ilia lro?." Whi n disease has be
r?me chronic nnd deeji seated it s of n
iliftleult to cure It. Thai is the rcjl! >n
why It is best fi lake Rood's Snrsaparilla
i,-hon disease first shows Itaolf.
. .^?^ ._
hood's pills arc the favorite faintly
tathartlc.
We are Hendqunrters. for all rallroftd
.watches. VVc carry '.he largest line In
the city. Call and see our stpek and
learn prices. The '?nie Jewelry Co.
The best iEuropehn makes would not
look well If-poorly tailored. To be cor?
rectly attired place your ortler with
RUDOLPHI & YVA'J>LACE.333 Main St.
LOCAL MARKET'S
Dairy Products arc Advancing in
Price and Prices are Firm.
Mow Uetnutul for lEnrtCN, I>nt tile
Mint? Fair Will SInlto fii? ltu<ilnf"?n
Lively-Tito Fruit Ku:?|tly Aoi
Heavy.
All Goods In the dairy line nre ad?
vancing in price. Tins is owing-to con?
tinued shrinkage in the milk supply
caused by dry weather in the dairying
.sections nnd the natural falling, ofi at
this season, which is always expected, j
Cheese receipts during the past week
have been about 1,500 boxes. Butter
receipts have been light, especially un?
der grades. Receipt? of country butter, i
which is generally known as packing
tUuclt, have been almost unprecederil
edly light. Eggs are a little slow at!
present, notWitnstandlng llgnt receipts.!
' ine leading dealer had an Inquiry yes
Lerday tor from one to live card oi ice
notiisc stock that could be sold at 14
to 14Vic., but owing to the high prices
?..?gga went in at no otie is willing to
accept such flgures. Nothing can be
bought under It! cents, except a few
scattering lot's that went, in during
July and August. There are several
good lots of Western egg? in the coolr
era that holders want is cents for, and
will not be sold for less. On tlte whole
the general merket is firm, and an ad?
vance of U to '.ic. per pound on edieeae.
and possibly J&c. 1)11 butter, Is looked
for during the coming week. Egg.s
may hang around present prices, but
an advance of 2 to U cent.? per dozen
is looked for within the nejet two or
three weeks. Export orders are com-!
Ing in ?mite freely. One local dealer
has foreign orders in hand for '?00 70
pound tubs of butter, to be shipped
promptly. Southern orders are coining
in pretty lively, and the general sit?
uation may be Haiti to be good.
The local horse market for the past
week has be.en slow, nnd few sales of
note have been made. The receipts
have been heavy, thus leaving the
market well stocked for Fair week.
Dealer.? expect to do a heavy business
Ulis wick, as the State Fair will at?
tract hundreds of horsemen and buyers
from all over Ihe Soiilh. Among (he
outside buyers here during the week
was Mr. Frank Rush, of Anhboro. N.
'.'.. who bought a carload of general
purpose horses.
The local fruit market Is In a very
healthy condition, and everyone Is
looking for higher prices. This stim?
ulates trado and causes buyers to
quickly pick up goods on arrival. There
could be a great many more apples fold
than is arriving, where quality is suit-;
able for storage. Grapes nre Arm, nnd
plenty arc arriving to meet the daily I
demand, but not In quantity to permit
a surplus.\ The market would easily
take more than are arriving. A lead?
ing merchant placed an order In the
country last Monday for from one to
.'lve cars of grapes at 1 cent off asking
price, hut it has not yet born filled.
The Norfolk Refrigerating Storage
Company Is receiving fruit daily for
storage. This company Ut doing a very
heavy business and receiving and de?
livering goods in large lols.
The lumber market continues very
active, with a large volume of busi?
ness at the recently Increased figures, j
The recent advance on North Carolina j
pine did not include 4-4 and G-4 wirt'- .
edge and fi-4 nnd S- l edge No. 1. The j
Northern and 12ns tern markets are;
making heavy demands on lha manu- I
fncturers of the Virginia and North i
Carolina. One efftet of Ihe otrong and]
continued demand is the multiplying
of small railroads in West Virginia to:
tap new lumber sections. The planing
mills are enjoying their share of the j
increased prosperity, and dressed lum?
ber Is en the rise. Freights on lumber
arc also rising.
COUNCILS FAIL TO MEET.
NO QIT-Pi'M PR-K-SISNT MiiliTI-XG
CALT.F.D FOR MONDAY AF?
TERNOON.
Owing to the short notice given the
members, there was not n quorum r>f
either branch of the Oily Councils at
Ihe called meeting last night, to con?
sider the matter of appropriating a
f ilm of. money to provide fireworks to
welcome the North Atlantic Squadron
.- hcl the visitors to Norfolk and the Fair
ihis week.
Members of both branches, however,
mot with the Heard o;' Trade and the j
Transportation Assop'ntl?n Committee
and discussed the matter Informally.
It was decided to call a meeting ftt
Ihe Council for Monday afternoon at D
o'clock, when an effort will be made to
have the appropriation made; Mayor
,'fohnslon, as chairman of the Joint
committee, urged the necessity of pro?
viding such entertainment as was
proper. Messrs. It. Henry Jones. Li. ,r.
Onllnhan, 13. 13. Dnwes and Contain
McCnrrl.clt were also present nnd fa?
vored ihe appropriation, in the Infor?
mal discussion several of the Counoil
inen expressed themselves as being
heartily in favor of doing everything
possible in provide proper enlertaliv
inenLfor the visitors. It was the gen?
eral sense that n pyrotechnic .display
Would nrovo both Utting and a great
drawing card.
I're-em/Ml v< HI. ? Tver ?i-rvl>??.
The employees of St. Julian's M->ga
rino made n valuable present of solid
fdlvcr service to Mrs. Lynch, wife of
Mr. P. Lynch, chief gunner In the U.
S. N. Mr. Lynch has been stationed
for the last four years at St. Julian's
magazine and was very popular with
all people connected with it. The com?
mittee mot ut Llnlz's Cafe, where n
banquet was prepared. Captain Itrowh,
keeper of the Crnn'y Island lighthouse,
inrele Ihe presentation speech, and a
very clever one It was. Ail present
seemed to be deeply affosied by the
I reposed removal of Mr, Lynch, as he
has done a great d'eal for the men
tinder him and made a splendid record
for this ma r.'it'.ine.- Mr. Lynch has been
transferred owing io ill ho-ith.. ii?
will be nsslghcd to.duty of inspection
in Connecticut.
Our stock begins to show thf. e(tec's
of early buying. If your order is r.li?
tis, don't delay It. yon rti-.? losln.r; the
choicest patterns. RUDOLPHI & "WAI,
""S, 333-Main St.
RIARRtED IN SALEM.
MR. ALFRED E. CARPER WEDS
MISS EALLARD.
At high noon Thursday the home of
Mr. M. J. Billiard, of Salem. Va., was
the scene of a beautiful nuptial event,
when his winsome and attractive
daughter, Miss Lila V. I Jail aid, became
the bride of Mr. Albert E. Carper, of
Norfolk. The ceremony was Impres?
sively performed by Rev. C. It Bell,
of the Lutheran Chinch, In the pres?
ence of a select company of invited
guests. The groom is a native ot Bot
etouile county, but has been promi?
nently connected with the buslue*** in?
terests of this city for the past ten
years. He is n gentieman of sterling
character. The bride is one of Salom'o
most popular young belles. Mr. and
Mrs. Carper arrived here at 10:40 p.
m. Thursday over the Norfolk and
Western railroad, and repaired at once
to ihe groem'a home, Mrs. Laura Gar?
rison, No. C.12 West Brambleton ave?
nue, where they were welcomed by
about fifty guests, and tendered an el
egant reception, the parlors being
handsomely decorated in honor of the
occasion. The bride was the recipient
of n large number of beautiful and
costly presents.
. CONCERT AUC5 SUPPER.
FOR BENEFIT OF ST. VINCENT'S
REBUILDING FUND.
A charming entertainment has been
arranged to be given to-morrow night
at the residence of Mrs. George D.
Levy, No. liO'i Brown avenue. Bram?
bleton. This will be a supper and con?
cert tor the benefit of St. Vincent's
Hospital rebuilding fund.
The supper will be served from 7 to
10 o'clock, with a continuous concert
accompaniment. The . upper will be ol
eg.aut In every respect, and two hursea
from.the hospital (In uniform) will -as?
sist In serving same.
The concert program Includes seloc
I tlon by many of Norfolk's most popil
; lar amateur ontdetainers, and Is as fol
| lows:
Piano solos, Mi-? Ilofnin; mandolin
j nnd guitar duct, Musters Leo and Enri
mett Lawle-r; recitations, Miss' Eda
Ball. Mr. Fred. C. Chlsnell, Mollte and
Robert Lawler and others; vocal solos,
Mr. W. D. Crowcll, Miss Blanche Hecht,
Miss Brandl and Miss Heien Ries.
The nominal sum of twenty-flve cents
pays for the .supper and concei t, and at
this small sum the result should he n
nice addition to the rebuilding fund for
St. Vincent's Hospital, to which object
the entire receipts will go.
? PEANUT COfYlEINE FORMUNG
AN ORGANIZATION MAY EE EF?
FECTED EARLY NEXT WEEK.
It Is ?Inled on what appears to be
reliable authority that a number of
shares of the Columbia Peanut Com?
pany have be?n practically sold to a
New York syndicate, but the actual
transfer lias not yet been made.
It is said a now peanut trust Is form?
ing hero to control tiie output,of the
country, but the now organlsa'tlon is
yet in on embryo state ur.d nothing
dcllnile yet has been announced.
This, It is understood, will control
the peanut factories of Virginia, North
Carolina, Ohio. Illinois, nnd other
States.
Important notion will be taken in a
few days, and the new combine will
very likely control the market in a
very,short time. It is understood that
the new organization has no connec?
tion with ihe American Edible Nut
Company; which made an unsuccessful
.??-?.tempt for a short time to control the
American market.
THE STATE FAIR.
THE BTG EXPOSITION BUILDING
A I! ES Y PLACE.
The big steel Merchants' Exposition
Building at the fair grounds Is now
a busy place. For several days' a host
of men have been hard at work build?
ing and decora ling booths and arrang?
ing dis pi i vs.
The great demand for space this year
shows that the business men arc thor?
oughly in earnest, anil' will unite to
make the second annual State Fair a
great success.
In an oen.iriinents tiu-> exhibits will
be numerous, and His many premium-:
offered insure attractive exhibits, A
carload of choice Now Jersey poultry
Is expected to arrive to-day. The line
stock farms of Southwest Virginia will
be well represented.
HANDSOME IMPROVERI "NT.
OFFICE SOUTHERN PASSENOER
AGENT HI AND O.
The oflice of Mr. Arthur G. Lewis, or
the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, has
been, for several days), in the hands of
a force of painters and decora tors, and
noiv presents-a very handsome appear?
ance.
The wood-work ot* the counter and
private oiilco has been stained a.deep
cherry color, and the wood-work of the
main room finished In a stained oak ef?
fect. All the sign-work has been re?
newed in a very artistic and har?
monious stylo.
TO K t ????!,n ifi ll*i;iMT
Take Lnxntlvo Promo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund ihe money if it falls
to eure. E. W. dove's signature Is on
c.n h box. 2.1c.
Despite the scarcity of cloth, we have
succeeded in Importing the second lot
of Drummond soft-finish .yorsteels. You
must he an early caller to see this
high grade goods. EUDOLPilI &
WALLACE, Main street.
IVHh.lrnwnl of 1)|25 t . II. Trip or f. A
<>. ? limner :i !*??-* tiofireail "iOi
fnlH ItlMl * (???. {><>? I >?<???.
Notice.is hereby given that the f):2f" h.
m. trip of the Chesapeake and Ohio
steamer Louise, between Norfolk and
Newport News, will be discontinued on
and after Sunday, October 1st. se:'fl-2:
Itrllll.ceO Itrtlri |o ?VonIi Iiigf oil, n.
Aci-nunl Hoivejr < .'?' ??firai toti.
??ei a i. im<t :*.- d.
The Norfolk nnd Washington Steam?
boat Company will sell tickets t?.
Washington and return, on September
20th and October 1st, at $3 for the round
trip- soort until October-4th.
Tickets to be On sale at this oillce on
-ilie wharf, where staterooms can now
be reserved by application' to
D. .1. CALL.MIAN,
?Phone No. 441. General Agent.
8ep'.M,2C,27,:'$,29,30-oel
mmi? IN RfiLEIGH
Frank Smith and Lewis Moody are
Known There.
Tti<> Ynmtff SIfii In JnH Jtoi-u oil Ilm
('liiii'i;i',?f I'itNNliijj riir-jcii irivpli.
Mo|i|ioil In "-Di Mi Caiaiiitik'H Cupl
tal city Eii It oil t<< ii> .\ oi-('?? IK.
Chief of Police Kisser received a let?
ter from the ChlcT of Police of Raleigh
yesterday asking him 10 holtl Frank
Smith ami Lew la Moody, the two
young Allan tin ns in j.Til iioro lor check?
flashing. These' two young men mop?
ped in Raleigh on their way, to Nor
folk, ami it is tliouj.iu thru they may
have been guilty of flashing boyus
Chechia In that' city.
The young men have asked to Bee
Judge Thomas II. Wlllcos to-iriiirrow
morning for the purpose of retaining
him as ecu line iT Young Mooily's
brother, a banker and n prominent
wholcv.c-! dry gboda merchant In At?
lanta, is expected to help him in hla
trouble. Voting Smith claims to be a
relative of lion. Holte Smith, editor of
the Atlanta Journal, and ox-Secretdry
of the Interior Department, under
PrcFidcnt Cleveland, lie nisi save, he
s closely related to the Coll.er family,
of Atlanta, of which ex-May t Collier,
of that city. Is a member. 11" is not
related to Mayor Woodward, as stated
yesterday. Smith doca not deem to
realize that there is a strong case
igr.iiv.st him, but Moody is inuch oast
down.
V ? " ? r ?ti>nii-> l.rporl.
The report in circulation to the ef?
fect that .Mr. Lloyd O. blick a few day.-;
ago underwent an oper.atlifti at Johti
Hopkins' Hospital, at Baltimore, is de?
nied at Iiis place, of business. A Vir?
?lnlan-Pllot representative was in?
formed yesterday that Mr. Rli-k wan
.1; Ballimcre on bus and thai In
was in excellent health at hist advices.
'fit III .1 - V III t I ? !l~.
With the exhilarating sense "f renewed
health a ml est re n ;; ii and Internal c|eun
line.*.-:. which follows the use of Syrup
of Fitjs, Is unknown to the few who
have riot progressed beyond life old
time hietliclnos and the cheap sub: tl
tute? sometimes offered but nevi'r 110
Cf|/:ed by the wclLinforiticd. Buy ?. 1 ?
genuine. Mnnufa< luted by the Cali?
fornia Fig Syrup Co.
English novcMi'fs In nh<? suitings and
trouserings tailored hy Rudiilphi ,';? Wel
laco. They are suiw to win Cavur.
OTHER LO..-.AL ON PAGE 3.
T1ASS MEETING
Carpenters and Joiners
OF
Norfolk and Vicinity.
Southern Organizer W. J. WILLtAMS.
of Atlanta. On., will doltwr an nddt is
:o the Carpenters and Joiners of this
section In tl.e Interest of the* ordor a:
Bricklayers' Had, ?;.;.? Mdlii street,
TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER .1, AT
a O'CLOCK;
All Carpenters and Jointers are cordially
invited to lie pre.-' n;.
Hy aider of Hie Committee.
.1. 1. BUCK.
I ?resident.
J. T. It A GAN i
Vice-President.
w. n. nrtoiiGirroN,
H Hi eoi..lie; s . 1 etary.
JT a is V U? L ? ..... v." 1. ;..v. i?.v
The ?ndcrs'gncd lakes pleasure in In'
forming IPs friends and tin- public sone
raily that be lias reopened In the itrocery
business at b's old s-tuid, No. US i.'u.M
MERCIA.I, PLACE, With a full and com
^ileto stcct. of
FINE FAMILY GROCERIES, ??
Which he will bo r.h'd 10 have? them exr
amlne. Families am! otlrrs should hate
Ihls fact, as I .-ball keep nothing but the
best ti my line,
ocl-suflu.fr-ly J. P. PL loos.
i?nu? DfHJ-?i
hum urn mwll
Tbis Is the time !o lay In supplies of
Coal and Wo'od. Stock put In before
lioa-vy rains Rive lieiter- satisfaction all
through tho season.
DOWN TOWN OFFICE:
171 ' MA II'/ STEP.E V.
scIP-sv-tts-th-Sm ?a'li l'lio.:?.;, T 5.
DI~S0LUTIQN NO'' ICE.
Tho partnership heretofore cxlstiiift be?
tween) BLOWN ?! HORNER, il I::.-: bus -
ness at No. 11 Rank street?"The Hank
Saloon"?1? tirs day dissolved by mutual
consent.
The buslne/s will bo conducted in fu?
ture by .m.:- is j K. PUI.FORD, Jit,
and E. F.,BKGWN.
13. F. BLOWN
se?O-IOt THEO. HORNER.
livery, Boarding and
Transient Stables,
Gl, 63, CO Covo Strocl.
s. s. phone, ecu.
Everything new an 1 up-to
\> BENNETT
I Bast Toa and Coffea |
I Duller and Sugar. \
)>.. ? - i
}> 59 New Market Space, 4
B liiiiiii
Our stock this season
is the largest we have
ever shown in
Carpets,
I Bugs,
I Furnituro,
I Laco
Curtains,
Portieres,,
I Draperie*?.
-China-,
Owl GSass,
Pictures^
Mouse
F?rnlsJiSh^s,,
WaSI Paper
a nd
inter for
b 3 coratl?ns?,
In all of these \vc have
attractive Neyeltics and W
many item's at special \
niic-js.
M ? i
m\mw I!
i 230 snd m Main St,,
I
|| and rear of 222. 224. 226,
228, 230, 232, 2M,
236, 233. I
.ac3 Curtains..;,
.aundsred Like Hew
*w..A": S5c Each,
ALL WOKK guar an TEED.
?- Fr-iCCMU: 533.
Troy La-izndry,.i
To Citizens Oanerql.
Henliiliu? tin i i i i ews to our city,
suiting from iht- burning of Ht. Vincent's
Hospital;; and desiring to inaugurate a
movement fo.- it.i linmed ate" reconstruc?
tion, the undersigned hereby agree to con
... utc i.v.; : sin-h recnnAtnictloh the'
g^oss j?111r?11111 of commissions on all pre
!.i.-- lor i I ilildsa that may l>o paid
. ; on aci u?iji of lire insurance from tills
out' up io mid IncluilIng^Oet?ber Slst, Up'l,-;
llopniK Unit r.iiv ? it on arid pro
. id action may load oilier business men
.i .i citizens a nera'ly to lake netlvo part
In tin- i ? ' I tntlo i .f tliia great charlta?
lilt? Institution. \ve are. Wry respectfully,
COtt? & MI.I.HADO.
General Insurance Ak'thtsi
soM-St 315 M in street, Norf..:!;, Va.
HAI S At O OARS
FOR MEN AND BOYS.
Laaici' Furs. Call an:! see them.
j y dney Sber w bod -Ts Co
325 MAIN STREET.
Agents yOijiTiaris Hais:_*
Fall Hat3.,
?Ft) IS?
Young Men,
Sweliest Lin-, in the City.
WALTER J, S)mmONS;& GO.,
Tl? LEADING 11 ATTERS.
Agents Youngs 1 lals. _
' s r. t1oIvas~ bay run
rllraci from Bonded Warehouse In . New
Vbrk. * M
I ? r Quart .' .".00
lor |> in .*.
Per \- Pint .
JiJilH ylB?fL?QHi 6 ?ranby St..
Both 'Flioncs iS3.
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