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UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
ENROLLMENT ? NEW HANDALL
BUILDING ? LAW DGl'AUT
MENT?FOOTBALL.
(Spc-elal to Virginlan-Pllot.)
University of Virginia, Sept. 30.?The
enrollment of students has already
reached G89, divided as follows: In
law, 147, the largest number in the
history ot this institution; in medicine,
1C7; in engineering department, 15. und
2C0 In the academic department. Be?
sides the above total ihere are a gnat
' many here who have not matriculated,
and quite a few who have hot arrived,
lit is safe to say the number will not
be less than 700.
I The new Randall building, as has
I been ? id. is completed. It consists Ol
forty-..nee rooms with four baths,
having both tub and shower baths With
both hot and cold water. The entire
building Is healed throughout with
steam radiators and lighted* by elecr
trlcl y. The building completed cost
$20,000.
THE LAW DEPARTMENT.
Thursday night the .lohn B. Minor
Law Debating Society was organized
and held its first meetlug. The purp ?
of the society is to discuss, er rather t 1
debate, iegnl questions, which, of
course; will be in the form of cuses.
which nre argued be fore five Sup in
Court" .lodges selec'ed from the mem?
ber?. The law faculty presides.
?The law-lecture room i:< much im?
proved by the addition of new opera
seats.
The oil painting of John R. Thomp?
son, editor nf tiie late .'.'Southern Liter?
ary Mererger." now' adorns our li?
brary. It will be rchicmbered this n ir>
tr-.lt was presented lo the University,
with dtllncr Ceremonies, at tli ? finals of
last June. Mr. Thompson whs an ol I
'?xltimnue cf the University and one of
the best of the Southern r iets, a
number of h's poems be'ng on the Unl
vcrsljy of Virginia, lie was called |
hero several limes to rend poems on
auspicious occasions, to whii h he i c
Snqnded iin his m?& erly style.
UNVEILING OF POE BUST.
At a recent meeting of the Poe Ale- j
morlal Association the following pro?
gram was arranged for the unveiling of
ihe Pee bust, which will take place
October 7th, beginning at 11 a. m.:
Address by Ihe Presideiil of the As?
sociation, Dr. Charles W. Kent, of the
University. Bust will then ba present?
ed to ihe University by a student mem?
ber, not voi selected, and will be re?
ceived by'Dr. P. ul B. Barrlnger, chair?
man or the'faculty; Memorial Address
by Hamilton W. Mab|e, of New York;
Memorial Ode, by Robert Burns Wil?
son, of Frankfort, Ky.
The evening will be devoted to a
sort of Roe symposium, consisting of
tributes to Poo taken from letters for
rhis occasion; Reminiscences of Poe, by
Oo.biiclle Harrison. Frederick Saun
ders, .Mrs. Trumbull and others. Sev?
eral short speeches will be delivered,
' inorg thorn wMl bo one r>n lb
I'Raven," by William Fearing Gill,
row of Pari?.
George Julian SSolnay. of New York
the sculptor, Is expected to make n i
address on his conception of the Sonth's
greatest Mlerary genius, Edgar Alia i
Poe.
The Poo memorial movement nrose
from some lectures delivered by lv.
Chvrles W. Kent to his class In Amer?
ican litrrn'ure. The Idea was discuss?
ed among the students, three of whom
-Mr. .T. W. Hunter, of Norfolk: Mr.
poVlson and Mr. Williams- conferred
with nr. Kent, and arranged the first
meeting, which was tallowed by others,
with the present result.
FOOT BALL.
The two teams, the 'Varsity and
'-'?crubs, f.re hard at work practicing.
Every afternoon from It to 6:30 is de?
voted to good, hard work under the
supervision of the head conch, A. 11.
Hoxt?n, and of the Captain, W. T.
Summer.'sill. The teams have their
heart and Soul in it nnd arc workln ;
(ylth an unusual emouui of vim and
spirit. It la this that wins.
Among the candidates for the team
>s Air. R. E. L. Taylor, of Norfolk. Mr.
Taylor was captain of the Scrubs last
year and continues to hold his i v i
on the gridiron. The folb svlng
duh; for ISO!? hos Lern i dupted:
SEPTEMBER,
30, St. Albans, at Oharlotlcsvllle.
OCTOBER.
7, Washington and Lee, at Charlottes
vnie.
11, Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia.
14, Bait.more Aledical College, a;
Charlott csv life.
21j Gallaudet College, at Charlottci
vllle.
28, Maryland Alhleliic Club, at Baltl
morc.
NOVEMBER.
4. University of Michigan, a: Detroit.
?11, Vnnderbllt University, at Louis
.vllle, Ky.
18, Georgetown University, at. Wash?
ington.
22, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, at
Chhrlottcsville.
20, Lehlgh University, at Richmond!
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Qulie a stir was In the law class Iis
Monday, the occasion being the elec?
tion of officers for this, year's i lass
The following officers were elected:
President. Mr. Samuel p.. M iPhee
ters, of Raleigh, N. (.'.; \'ice-Presidoni
Air. Eugene P. M llory, .\;.;, ( ; ,
Secretary. Mr. William A. Shlbley, of
Van Rurean, Ark.; Historian, Mr. K
AI.. O'Brien, of Louisville, Ky.
NOTES.
The University German flub hits
been orBaniz.-d and will hold Ms (Icsi
fjerinnn on October 7th.
Both the Washington and the .Trffrsr
son Literary Societies were reorganized
lest S>U:rday night.
Allsn Afpble Paige nnd her company
have Just finis-bed a week's engagement
at the Jefferson Auditorium. Her sho.w
which was at popular prices, was In
ndvance of the usual 10, 20 and 30c
kind.
Prof. Qhnrles A. Youtnr, who for sev?
eral yesrs bus h?en glvJmj " |$r
tnro? lo the students of ? Ro Untversltv
of Vinnvi'n, i;. how permanently located
In Oharlnfte'svlUe. He has hr V, o'q
(n'strhctor in Hebrew lno-n-? rind ht?
orrr'nirod two classes In Hebrew; He
will piso give two cout-pos of lecture0
on Biblical subjects, (renting ihem
;from Ihe standpoints of history arid
literature. One course will 1?,- on the
prThe's of Tsrnel.
The larire and hhndsnnin r'. it, vv'lh
a'l (fsTorlnufl connections, irlv n to the
Hnlvoj-k'tv by Hon. Jefferson M. Levy
ha* arrived. The work of put'tnig ft
<n the Rotunda and connecting r with
t^o various laotnro-b.nll/s Hr.. hha?boftn
^commenced. Two Inrr,-- facea will be in
?plnco on.the North and South fronts of
the rotunda. btvdde nun of sinnH.-o
s'ves lo onch one of the lecture-hall*
All will hn worked by electricity^ an'f).
besides the main eotur striking the*
/hour each leoturc-rnnm will have Itr
rcjpdctlve hell to sound the beginning
'?lid |o.ie of the lecture.
Ai Vtrtrliiln 11-neh.
I (Special lo Vlrglnlan-Pllot.)
Virginia Beach, Sept.1 00.?There are
many who greatly prefer this time of
the year at the Beach, win Its cool,
bracing, delightful weather, and this
year it ha.s proved more enjoyable than
usual because so many have remained
until this last day of September.
A casual observer, to have looked in
the ten-pin alley every night for thy
past two weeks, might have thought
the season by no means on the wane;
aiid to have followed those merry folk
to their collagen, where each in turn
has served we.ah rarebit, Bynnhaven
oysters fresh from the hay, candy stews
and other delicious chaflng-d.sh con?
tortions, doubtless would have prefer?
red these to the mld-aummer days.
Hunting parties are tiuitu the faishlpn.
many of the ladies joining in, some of
wh-jnt have become quite prollclent In
handling tiie gun, even to the 1:1111 ti?
of birds. The hotel Is well kept, an.;
the arrivals daily are by no means
few; fare excellent.
Mrs". James Walker and son leave j
for Richmond to-day.
Mrs. KiliVy, Mrs. Egertoh, Mrs. Ward.
Mis. Tlmbarlako, Mrs. Adams, Mrs.
Ilnyes, Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. Fltshugh.1
Mrs. Hugh Davis, and Mrs. De Witt
ti i si I] In their cottages. Several will
rethaln until October 15'tlk
The foil wing is a Iis: of arrivals
.slnco Thursday: D. F. Cunflcld ami
; wife, Rochester, N. V.; T. L. lvllsey
i il wife. Clinton. Conn.: 11. A. O'Brien
i and wife, PawtuckeC It. 1.: H. I..
Swezey and wlfo, .Vow York; Theodore
Stuhr, at ?'. D. V. Stuart. Now York;
Sii C1.Gre n-boro. N. C; Theo.
Ibp?'t. M s l i.i Ibent, New York:
Gerald Iii. Bonner, New York; H. K.
Hohn ."?'v York; Prances Hamilton
Sc'W Yi ' Dr. M. IS; Gives. New York:
W. C. I! ilslle, Brooklvh; Mr. and Mrs.
!:. K. White, New York; Miss White.
\'ow York; M's.i Alice White. New
York: Vernoh Blytbc, Now York: Mr.
ami Mrs. Eugene Bowers, lrvihgtoii,
Ni Y.
Wa'titiiu'o"'-. Ix [?(?? OiM.li'i- XEMI-i!
IBy Teiotrraph to VlrWihinn-PUolA
Washington. Sept. 50.?nmcs P. W!l
Ictt. postmaster of Washington under
President Cleveland's In.-t administra?
tion and superintendent of the post
I office department and city ppstoffipe
I building, was instantly killed to-day by
falling down an elevator shaft from
the fourth story to the basement of
the new postollice.
OTHl~RVIRGIN1A ON PAGE 1T!
LAPPED SEAMS
It would take much spaco to list nli
ilu> little strokes that we are ready t<
add when you leave your measure her
lor our so.i at
$16, $18, $23, or $25 TO CH?:r
The main thing yon pet without asking
such as lit, material and workmanship
but ininr.r herns", slith as stylo, linings
; 1.intens, pockets, etc., are at your bidding
COH. MAIN AND CHURCH BTS.
MILD, PAINLESS;
BUT ,
iiiiii mm.
Tili: GENTLE HEALING TREAT?
MENT op CATARRH used CV DR.
E1REV HAH RESTORED HUNDREDS
TO health. A i HO.MIXKNT L?M
rkr MKi.f bant ADDS 11 IS TEST!
MONY to ITS POWER TO CURE CA?
TARRH and DEAFNESS.
DEAFNESS.
"1 was greatly benefited myself by Dr
Firey'a' treatment, so ?3 ONE op' MY
IW.VII.Y HAD VERY DEFECTIVE
11E ar1 nc. and 1 wan afraid she would
become entirely de.if. 1 plncfd her unUci
Dr. Flroy.'a treatment. A few -MONTI IS
TREAT?!! knt SUFFICED TO ENTIRE
i.:: restore 111-:u hkarIng, and
SHE CAN l)TEAB .NOW AS WE LB AS
ANYONE. I have great faith In nit
EIREV'S TREATMENT KOT. CATARRH
AND DEAFNESS and cordially recom?
mend it.
\'S W. GOODMAN;
(residence) "207 W. Brantbloton Ave.,
"Yards hhd mill Norfolk.
??Berkley. Va."
!!aa offices 1 and 2 No. 311 Main street
.Norfolk. Vn. Specialties: Cntiirrh and all
discuses of Eye, E.ir. Nose, Throat, Cheat
.mi Stomach;
Honrs, 3 a. m. to 12:20 p. m.: 2 p. m. to
?1:20 p. m. Sunday Hours, |0;30 a. in, to
12:K0 p, in. Tuesday night mid Thursday
'night. 7:20 p. m. to S p. in.
Consultation always rrfe. Medicines
furnished. Terms always moderate. Eyes
examined for glasses frep of charge.
Consfs?ng of CUTICURA SOAP, to cleanse tfifi
skin. CUTiCUM Ointment, to (teal the skia, aM
CUTICURA RJS?LVENT, to CCpl t?c fclGOu, Is
?ftch sufilcicut to cure l?s most torturing, <Ks=
?gurintT'Sl?o. scalp, and blCvd Iiamcrs. rashes,
Ilchings, and ItTftatlons^ with loss of hair, wiic?
tec best pjsjslclans, and all other remedies foil.
GR Er ID IT..
Everything Sold on Credit
-AT
m i life's Plonosi mslaiw Pise,
319 and 321 Church Street.
For Low Prices and Liberal Credit no other house in (he
city compares. Grand assortment of
Furniture, Garuets, Stoves, Toilet Sets..
Lace Curtains, Portiers, ?ruouets, Koos,
BlanRets, Gomtorts, Spreads, K, ?6.
CARPETS OP Al.lt DESCRIPTIONS SO CHEAP THAT Abb MAY HAVE
OKAND ASSORTMENT OF FANCY ROCKERS. ODD CHAIRS, TARbKS,
MUSIC CABINETS. S1DEDOARDS, CHINA CbOSETS. EObDING Ii EDS,
i oucnus. &c., &e.
GET OUR PRICES ON HOUSEFURNISHINGS?OUR TERMS ARK EASIEST.
A UTTI.K MONEY ONCE A WEEK OR ONCE A MONTH IS AT.I. WE
WANT ?NT Wllib' GUARANTEE TO MANAGE THE AMOUNTS 'JO SUIT
YOUII ' ' IN V EN I ENGE.
COME IN AND TALK THE MATTER OVER WITH US.
m i rairs pii instrument house
319 and 321 CHURCH STREET.
lop Coats
i
By closing out our entire line of Over Coats
we are enabled lo offer a regular #16.00 Covert
Satin Lined Coat for
? ? <s> Qyl
\
Very swell. Just the right length. Strictly
up-to-date.
Selling Coats in connection with our other
goods, we can afford to save you from I $ to
2> per cent.
H?TCH S DE?N,
25 and 27 Granby Street,
???--?-^v,-^<i.
! _ a w,./i Ii ,v >.? 5
Weddi. g things
Are in Demand
0
<4
At thin season of i!:p year nnd if O
you arc ?: Iris lo be married vim w?hl -'
one of our ls-l.tir.it 8, ???!??}.< ?voddlnu f
rings, which ur,- Hie lip-to-dnte Hi ? (*
In uertdlnR rii>i\.. IV? Iiavo thefu n ail A
Riscwand widths. For wadding mt:t w< K
have tlio iiio.it superb stock of I">i:i- V*
morid jawelry, en; nir. is. sterlliifi nnd e)
plated silver ware tint ims ever been V
men in the city.
D. P, P?IJL, j
JEW EI.ER. 228 Main Street:
F1n? RcpalrlliB a Specialty.
0. S. 'Phone No. fit'.
SU*
ALWAYS ABSOLUTELY FUBB.
ALWAYS ABSOLUTELT PURE.
STANDARD
4. pi JRITV
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The highest scienti?c authority in the
art of Brewing in the United Stales of
America, as well as ihe G o y e r n m e n t G h e ni -
ist at the Department oi' Agrioulliire, pro
claim it Lo be
SR 111 H ^r' w h ^ i (R
A Si* p*Jr -k^ A HL'W u- *Vv ii / 11 Ii?? ii NSa/
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Well Brewed, Well Fermented and Free
from any Adulteration. A combi nation qt
merits which challenges comparison with
an v other beer on ear; li."
which have re
UK oKAnODa
? ceived the coal?
men da fci on of a critical public, are
MAP.P.N ?''nl'or . color-oxclu
,sive malt and hop brew.
Highly recommended by physicians for its
tonic properties. Equal to imported. F?ll
mellow flavor. Aged i> to 8 .months.
CpfJ ATP?Golden color-a special
ii k s ft-, br6w f()r hotei an(1 family
trade. Imported hops used exclusively.
No; better beer brewed. Aged 10 to 12
months.
I /\ fip^Q-Light Hraw color?a stan
Li^PCP\ (].inl |jrew oi high quality.
Sufficiently aged.
Send ?r.rt?il or Telephone 428 !-r a cas?
?ind k?ow v h '? real'gpod bec'rjs*
o:i sale ?i mm hotels, RcSfiiiJ^is na'p saiooms
ALWAYS ABSOLUTELY PURE. jiyk , E}j DI f tj
I nCvW: Mil
^S%\^1 3 General Agent,
ALWAYS ABSOLUTELY BURE.
i Norfolk b3r3i-ioln
I lo 48 NsfirasRa Suos t
' Telephone 423.

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