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TRAVELLERS' GUIDE.
THE NORFOLK & WASHINGTON
STEAMBOAT COMPANY.
Th< New and Powerful Iron Palace
Steamers, Newport News. Washington
a^d Norfolk, will Riave daily as follows:
NOr'TH BOUND.
Steamers leave Portsmouth, foot
of North strei t ac. 6:50 p. m
Leave Norfolk, fcot of Kathews
street at.6:10 p. m.
Leavo Old Point at.7:10 p. m.
Arrive Washington at. 6.4b a. m
B. & O. R. R. PENN. R. R.
Leave Washington at 8:00 a ui 7:20 a m
Arrive Philadelphia at 11:10 a m 10:40 a m
Arme Now York at 2:lH) |> m_1:23 p ni
"^?thjjound, Ii. A O. lt. U. l'eur. I'. K
Leaves New KorkT?t "i'irjs?a m 1:00 p n
Leaves Philadelphia at 1:38 p m 3:1$ p t:
Arrives in Wa<">ington 4:30 p m U:1S p_
bleamers leave Washington at 7:00 p l
Arrive Fortress Monroe at 0:30 a ii
Arrive Norfolk at 7:00 a i
Arrive Portsmouth at 8:00 a n
The trip dowii the historic Potomac rivci
and Chesapeake hay on the elegant steameri
of this Company is unsurpassed. Tl?
stcaners are comparatively new. having
been built in lS?i, and art tilled up in th'
most luxuriant manner, with electric light
Kail Sells ar.d steam heat in each room. Tui
isbkja are supplied with every delicacy c
the season from the markets of W:.8hin;;Lo
and Norfolk.
For further information apply to
D. J. CALLA HAN, Am r.t,
X' HE STdMER 9. A. M'CALL
will leave Newport News with both
freight and passengers for Petersburg
every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
about T:16 A. M., and will leave Newport
News for Norfolk every Tuesay, Thurs?
day and Saturday about 3:30 P. M.
Will leave Norfolk evury Monday,
Wednesday and Thursday at 6 A. M.
sharp. J. W. PHILLIPS
_Owner.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.
DAILY SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND VIRGINIA POINTS.
The elegant passenger steamships
Jamestown, Yorktown, Guyaudotte,
PrlmcesB Anuve.OM Doiminto-n, leave New
York every day except Sunday at 3:00
P. M. for Norfolk and Newport News
touching at Fortress Monroe on the
south bound trip.
The ships of this line leave Norfolk
for New Yotrk direct every niglit at 7:30
o'clock.
A snort, delightful and Invigorating
voyage.
FARE:
First-close, straight. Including
meals and berth.$ 8 00
First-class, round trip, Includ?
ing meals and berth. 13 00
Steerage without subsistence. 4 60
Steamer Luray arrives frx>m Smith
Sleld and leaves for Norfolk daily ex?
cept Sunday, at 8:30 A. M. Returning
leaves Norfol" fror Bay Line wharl
every day except Sunday at 3 p. M.
M. n. CROWELL. Agent.
Hotel
Warwick.
J. K. 8WIKERTUN, manager
flPKCIAL RATES TO C'OMMKRCIAJ
TRAVKLKRS.
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN
MADE MCA MAN
AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CVVH'
Ory, InifMttvncy, S|tM-i,t.--Hru-ss. t<tc, C.tiiKrtI
Lost \ itu'iity in o'd or yotin?. und
ul. u mun for titutly, L)tininw*jt ir tiarriiw
Prevent Insiinity ami Consumption if
WMBin urna. Their -is* ?Lew* immediate improve?
ment and effect* ft CUKE *hero nlf other fail In
flat upon hBTlnu the crnnine Ajux Tablet*. The:
nave cured ihousand* am' nillaareynn. \\>Rive u [ro?.
itivo written ffuarnntee to effect a cure CA PTC i^
each cose or refund the money. Price vil vidi pei
pockac*: or uLt i>ke?s (full treatment! for ?IV). Bi
For sale In H.'awport Newn, by A. E. G.
K3or. < ?-tu. th. ?a-u
TRAVELLERS' GUIDE.
CHESAPEAKE A OHIO RAILWAY
TWP TRAINS DAP Y FOR WASH?
INGTON. TWO THROUGH TRAINS
FOR CINCINNATI.
In EFFECT JANUARY 5. 1898.
WESTWARD. I No. 1
No. 8
4:3? p.
6:50 p.
11:30 p.
j!0:30 p.
2:43 p.
6.30 e.
9:05 a.
7:25 a.
Lv. Newport Ni-wa 9:00a.
Ar. Richmond 11:15 a.
Ar Washington '3:40 p.
Lv. Richmond 2:16 p.
Ar. Charloitesvllle 5:41 p.
Ar. Clifton Forge 8:57 p.
Ar. Hot Springs .
Ar Ronceverte 9:51 p.
Ar. White Sulp. Spgs | Hug
Ar. Huntington I 8:25 a. 112:30 p.
Ar. Cincinnati I 7:55 a.
Ar Louisville |U:00a. | 8:00 p.
?Except Sunday. Other time daily.
No. 1 Old Point to Cincinnati and
Louisville doily. Parlor car Old Point
to Richmond and Pullman sleeping cur
Richmond for Cincinnati. Louisville and
St. Louis. Meals served on dining car
west of GordonsvKIe. Connects at Rich?
mond for Lynchburg and Lexington,
Va.
No. 3 for Cincinnati daily. Pullman
sleepers Old Point to Hin ton, W. Va.,
and Gordonsville to Cincinne'.: and
Louisville. Meals served on Jir,ii.g cars
west of Gordonsv die.
For I No. 2 I No. 4
Norfolk. _j Daily. (Dally.
Lv Newport New? | 11:05 a. i 6:00 p.
Ar Norfolk I 12:05 p. 7:00 p.
Ar^Portsmouth I 12:18 p. | 7:15 p.
For I No. 1 I No. 4
Old Point I Daily. | Daily._
Lv. Newport New? I 11:05 a, | 6:00 p.
Ar. Hampton j 11:28 a. 6:23 p.
Ar. Old Point I 11:35 a. | 6:30 p.
Steamer Louise leaves Portsmouth
daily at 7:40 A. M. and 3 P. M.; leaves
Norfolk 8 A. M. and 3:30 T. M. for New?
port News.
For tickets, rates and other informa?
tion, apply to E. W. Robinson, ticket
agent, Newport News, Va., or John D.
Potts, assistant genera; passenger
agent, Rlcumtmd
Tl S ERCHANTS & MINERS TRJ.NS
JLtJ PORT ATI ON CO.'S STEAMSHIP
LINES FOR U?STUN, PROVIDENCE,
BALTIMORE.
Leave Newport News via Norfolk for
Boston every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, sailing from Norfolk at 6 P.
M. Leave for Providence .very Tues?
day, Thursday and Saturday at 6 P. M.
Leave Newport News for Baltimore
daily (except Tuesday) at 5 P. M.. con?
necting for Washington, Philadelphia
and New York. Fare to Baltimore, one
way $3.00; round trip $5.00, including
stateroom berth. Accommodations and
cuisine unequalled. Freight and passen?
gers taken for all points north and east.
For further Information apply to
L. C. S A UN DE RS, Agent, Newport
News.
W. P. TURNER. G. P. A
J. C. WHITNEY, T. M.
Oenernl O'floe. Baltimore. Sid.
IVSackey s Cafe
J. MACKEY, PROFIUKTOIt.
The liest.Knovn Saloon fan
/ii Nevport News. ? ? ? ?
Wines, Liquors&Gigars
HrtfcST EXPORT BEER IttnDt.
Comfortable Pool and Billiard
Parlors Adjoining Cafe.
ft. J. MACKEY.
DR. E. J. APPLEWHITE,
DENTIST.
>fflce: 2Stb St., near Washington A.e..
Opp. First National Bank,
Jy 7-ly. Newport Ni ws. '"a.
ALL
DRUGGISTS.
^SiS?SSulS ^p?^^ t$.S2i tri;S^^Jj^^^^4 tSS^A^S ?s8u&2?&J ?
DEALERS IN
S.
ICYCLISTs
IN DISPUT E
over whether the ohalnless or
anti-chainless bicycles are the
best, may .--eitle it as they see
lit, but they never artrue about
the superior merits of the
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The London-Paris' : ?
CfofMng Company |
CLIPPt
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If
2511 V/ashington Ave , Opposite Post Office ?|
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or any other wheel carried
stock by us. Easy running,
. -aeeful and stylish, litrht and
*"i strong, they can't be excelled.
NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
Are now located
In their New Store,
ivenu
Where tliey will lie
Pleased to see all their Old Patron
m
I London-Paris Glothing Co., 1
M. A. NUSBAUM, Prop.
CAPITAL
2610 Washington Avenue.
We have been so busy for the past two weeks receiving and marking goods, that we have neglected yom- . wants, bu*
we will wrell make up the difference this week by giving you such inducements that you cannot resist the temptation.
Remember, all the goods we offer now are all fresh goods just opened?no stock-worn goods that have been lying
upon the shelves.
DRESS GOODS.
For Spring wear In a magnificent ar?
ray of new silks In all colors, high
class nr.vi-lly goods in the newest
weaves, fan.-y plaids, serges, diagonals
and tienirlettas of all quo I Hies.
An alii WTuol Novelty Goods, in oil
shades, 2f?i
40-inich all w<x>l Plaids and Checks,
extra grade, 60c.
40-,inch Ifrnported' Mixtures, the new?
est shad eat 50c.
40-Inch ali w<?.l Ttlue Serge that sells
everywhere for fifle.. srpectail 39c
40-inch all wool Blue Diagonal IDress
Goods, n regular 76c value. 50c.
46-lnnh Mack oil wool Henrietta, the
like 'has never been seen, worth ST"
special, Sec.
38-Vnch black all wool Flgurad Serge,
rewuilar 65 cent value, special Go cents.
40-inoh black Figured Mohair, regt
lor
r.uc.
:rjc
36-lndh Henrietta, a regular 45c. va'ue
special, SSc.
liG-ineh Henrietta, all colors and black,
35c. value, special 35c
25 ipilecics of ?Noveltv Dress Goods, 86 In
ches and 27 inches wide. These goods
axe worth 15 cents and 20 cents. Our
special price 12 -12 cen'ts.
All odors colors of China Silks. 50c.
special price 12 1-2 cents.
Rlaid, striped and plain TalT.-la
Silks In ail the tatest des'gns and
shades, a regular $1.00 quality, opening
price, 75c.
All colors of figured Silks, 50a grade
Opening price. 39c.
AK colors ot Changeable Silks, 3'Jc.
grade, opening price, 25c.
DRESS GINGHAMS
AND DOMESTICS.
One l?t of French Dress Ginghams
that were closed out. in oil the newest
shades, that sell regular fur 15c. and
ISc, our opening price. 12 l-2c.
One lot or ifin.? Oii<ess Ginghams that
are worth 12 l-2c, opening price. Sc.
One rot of Dress Ginghams that. w?rt'h
10c, opening price Be,
A fine Cheviot suitable for shirt
waists, opening price 12 l-2<\
Plafcn or Check Duck, ttwt seslls all
over for 12 l-2c. Opening price 10c.
Reautiful figured or plain colaned
opening price, 10c.
White g> <ds In checks
opening prtce, 6c.
Plaid Nainsooks, In .lift
worth 12 l-2e., opening pi
Prints In the best - f qua
price 15c,
it all kind*.
rth
ick
Jight
?rv.i
in
ya
rd
wide, w.vrth 12 l-3c . r>penin
R'e'm'naivts of Peraa'.es, in nil lengths
and patterns, 12 l-2c grade opening
price, e l-2c.
Remnants of Fancy Calicoes, Lest
grade, opeirting price, 3 3-4c.
AnAn JscoggIn Cotton, opening prfce,
5 3-4c.
Fruit of the Lown, opening price,
6 3-4c.
8- quart or Mohawk Sheeting, regular
20c. quality, 16c.
9- Quorter Mohawk Sheeting, .regular
23c. quality, 18c.
10- quarter Mohawk Sheeting, regular
lar 25c. quality, 20c.
6-quarter Mohawk Sheeting, regular
15d. quality, 12 l-2c.
5-qu.irt.-r Mohawk Sheeting, regular
12 t-2c. quaC'ity, 10c.
10-quarter Bleeeched She<rting,18c.
10-quarter unbleached She- ting. lSe
quality, T2 l-2c.
Ynrd wide unbleeched cotton *c.
Apron Gingham. g,? d quality, 4 l-2c.
Cot ft.n Crash, toleedhed; 3 l-2c.
Ticking, worth 7<-., opening
pn
Sc.
Ai:
>rs Dr.
Makers
mbrlc,
iJ a 3k
IRIBADY uM.VDK GAfRMENTS.
Our line of Spring Sk'lrts ?!?:>? in
newest go- ds. In figured, plain
cheek, in black or ct lors.
Black bfcid.-d Silk sk rts. w
$7.50. opening price, $5.9S.
Black Sicilian skirts, worth :
opening price, $5.98.
1.00.
ning pr
Black
$1.
cd
$2.50, opening prtee. $1.48.
Handsome Ch k skirts, w,
opening price $1.48.
Black figured Setge skins. ?.
opening price 9Sc.
A full line ..f Shirtwaists
r-?vy mile and 'trimmed. openi
pri< e. $4.48.
Percale Shirtwaists, with white o
Jars, in light or .lark colors, worth 75
opening price, 50c.
Unlaundered Waists in nil colo
is, worth
irth $2.5i>,
i'orth $1.50
in silks
Sl
Wrappe
rice, 49c
?b.ll.
w.
light
lpp.
t that
it are
d T
TARL
?pening pi<
Red b rdere
I 'l 1 T .
Oiled boil'd'
and dark card
n all
es. upening pre e, 98c
LIN 11 .V A N I' .VA PKINS
I >amask, wot th 3c
?mask,
? rth 40c,
orth 81.00.
in green
_ Red che ked Damask, thai Is
Red Damask, worth 25c., open'
prlcei, 18c.
lied it?ordered <.r plain white D..y'.
50c. ti,-r dozen.
Better gr.i-i.-. ?worth Sl.oO , v.pcn
price. 75c i.e.- dozen.
Dinner Napkins, opening price. $
and $1.50 per dozen.
An extra gr.ol' linen II...k Towi
opening pr'ce. 11c.
An extra size co[t,,n Hock To-.
A full size cotton Hock Towel. ? .\
Turkish Tow 1. opening price 10c
.lunil... Turkish To-wel. onei
Look for the Announcement of Our Millinery Opening in About Two Week:
Capital Dry Goods House 2! |$
CUREE3T STYLES.
WHAT TO WEAR AND HOW T?
MAKE IT.
May Wanton's Hints Regarding Smuonabl?
Toil.-tt.-s -.Misses' Wobt With HiSh 01
Low Neck nod Four-Gorsdi SLirt?HitnU.
tome liiith ItotM fur ?lirls.
A novelty In troo'ems for Iht wa?
rnen with too cjucit tlasli comes in a
report from Parts that iu cjwii? ot
certain colors Cesh s??m? t? shrink,
in others to expand. A. subduod shade
of peacock blue, plum tutor and oliv?
green, with black, or teurt?. ar? an?
nounced ;us th? ?s>I?ri? under which
flesh seems toast ovtontaUuvis. while
Wedgewood Lint, pale gray, ?cd al?
most any shad* uf r?J art t? b? avuid
cd sedulously. Ui th? way of trim?
mings ,'tnd light tiuu, waaj?, 7?ltow.
light blue end e?r!*e ?fceoiM not b?
need. Mauve aid his??.- tints of greeu
are the two colors thet in d?coratlou
about the throat and shoulders are es
pi i tally helpful iu diminishing toe ef?
fects of flesh.
Mime?' \\ ?1st.
No one of '.La new ?<uua.cr materials is
more daliityor Mti-ncUre t-han dimity. The
model shown is uiad* frwu that material
iu a delicious ?h,tide of pluk and white, and
is trtmmod with whit* ??edlework. The
foundation for Min wsj.t U a litt-d lining
which, together with Iii? wa st proper,
closes invisibly ? tho eontre-hauk.
The main portions of the bodice are in?
cluded in thu shoulder and under-arui
seams and arn srftcbud Auto ?Bt? the lin?
ing, the edges overlapping those of the
mull. The brctelles, wliish an; graceful
and universally boceminj, are formed by
band.- of lusortton edged with frills, awl
are stitched tirmly into pi as*. TncinfM
are two-sonmcti, entig Vm ?!? ?ilww? bat fa
mousquefcairo ?tyl? ab?vu ?4 shew slight
puffs at the shoulder*, while at tt? wTitM
they are finished wttfc b*mlj end frills ?f
smbroidery. As illustrated, tit? gwwn n
high at the ucck; ?w by simply omittis?
the square yoke portions it beootnss slightly
low and somewhat tner? dressy M well ns
Iclightfully comfortaM? for trarta ^reataer
wear.
The skirt Li four-gursd and ?u smoother
at both front und hipi.?i? fulness bein^.bdd
in deep plaits st tfes b-4uit. Round tiia"
lower edge la a frill ot n??dl?work beaded
by a band?astyla of trimming that is es?
sentially girlish and suitable. At the waist
is a sash of blue ribbon b?w*d at tltu b;mk.
To make this waist tor a mis* of fourteen
years will require two and three-fourths
yards of thirty-six-iuoh material..
Misses' and Girls' Datli Kobe.
The need oi the bathrobe is too apparent
to require urging. The model shown is
comfortable audluxutious, at ihosatuo timu
that ;i tits the figtu'ii suiHoientlj to insure
satisfactory e/feet. Thu ftouu are plakt
aud 1" ise, bat thu back, aw lilted by luous.s
at a centre sea m and side-back forms vdr.ch
attend lo the cil^u of tli* skirt. Bdowtiis
waist line the nacSw ar" M<\ Uid'ep ?nder
tying plaits which provide fulness for the
tkii't. Tliohood extends aurttss trvesliottld
:? and forite ,t 'let. ?4ia? at the front,
ft is no fbvisH d .13 to ?ltow af taH?uit#.<if>
iver t!ie head aqd afturd? iM*pi> t*\??*i?*
igainst e-liill. Th? gtirincnn is ?dpsed at the
leek wiiliti riblioubow and st the waisti?jr
neana oi a girdle, 'fhe sleeves are two
teamed and finished with turn-over rySlf,
:>ut are loose enough for oase. As illu*
.rated the material is ekler-dew? flannel,
jut outing flannel et- "i\irtiish 'o\vcltng a;e
tqinrily appropriate.
To make this robe for a jirl -i ?1?
yilfrvquire six yards of f/rou^-jL-veu-^ciw
j.iiaterial.
A .t*<nbl? Vl?Iin.
If tho hest tl?!i3 's tSat mad? from
tho oiliest nnd best sesser.?d wead.
Franklin Richardson, of Car.ton, We.,
must bave a marvel. It is mifle from
a panel of tho cabin door of ta? Comti
tut ion. taken out when the old ship
was repaired at Portsmouth Navy
Yard, thirty-five years ago. The pan?
el was given by c?ue of the carpenter!
to Mr. Richardson about thirty years
co it is ,1 beautiful bird's-eye maple,
! , ,,1 the instrument is of remarkably
clear tone and has great carrying pow
I er. Tho violin is worth several tun
' died dolliu's. . .? ,-?

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