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Mm. j. &. Lansing, of South Glen's Fulb.
tahUUM Count]/, tV. rewrites: "After my
third Child was born, 1 buroly gainer!
strength enough in two years' time, to be
Eble to crawl about to accomplish the littlo
ousu work that I bud tu do, and tint only
by lylnic down to rest
many times each day;
bud sick hcadaeho
very often, many
fmtns and aches all
ho time. After I
had taken oco bottle
of your ' Favorite
Prescription' I could
soo n k rent change in
my ntrcngth and lets
nick headaches. Con?
tinued taking tho>
medicine until I bad
taken seven bottles
of the ' Favorite' and
one of tho 1 Golden
, Medical Discovery." I
Mns. Laksino. am now oblo to do
housework for myself and husband and
two children aged nino aud tlve. 1 enjoy
walking a mile et n timo. 1 am sure It Is
all due to Dr.PlerOe's Favorite l'rc* riptiou
at. 1 was failing fast be-fore 1 commenced to
Elite lt." Sohl by deiders everywhere.
JtHvrHimntit of Mis cOim, fin Hiu or tut, M
emit lor ont intei tiotu 60 emu 'or i^r??.
tvTmei) max ami wii i: m iakk
Ii care of tic olraa'ng mid heating nl ?
{nibl'e bnildln?, 1 I*; real, toil aud light, lai
Iculars i"1 Main street.
tiTaniki? a v itsT rt.Asa ac< oijktant
\> and a-- s i" t II tr t ;.i^ is e- li e I Uld
wnre. dryg ioda eed aroeuiliw. Particulars iuj
S1 IIUATION.S W?NTKTi 1 Oil KKMA'r.Dn
and ei nipt tent fu.it. la'.n.ireM*. s. uuiae>
Bud general termini. ;.i 1T1K l.APll>' bX
t'HANOE, l"i Main strc ?'.
S AUY hook K I.I.I Kit HO r\sllli:i: AND
J riet.ei mktion for publio institution, S4U;
i salesj iiiet. - Insurance office cop.igts.
XAOIbS' liXI IIAXOE, 100 M In sir e .
ftEVKIlAI, EXCELLENT POSITIONS0"*EN
O for ihe Ntw Year st tils UXI.UAN i:,
J'.'u Mnlll -i ea'.
CUOP ?.HO - WANTED,
O u. Main sue
Storehouse watchman, (single
man; with g< oJ oily refmnces, 100 Msiu
?liest.
|>OY TO I IAt:\ TIIH .?oll PRINTING
Jj Ua'ej Ian ? lorapi eo' lor ob oflico,
5.AD.!?.-?? i \t ii AN it;, Inn Main street.
},\DV STEN?ORAI'l EU, AT ONi l'
. ue M i u street, ?.iu> to label and pac*
g?^_
rAM'I P? A BKHVANT TO tOOKiWASH
and iron ?I euce. Ann y nt in Freoiuu
deiu-lf
"?s not ? i
resu1 i !?? house.
Sett Of lelMCOrc Will make tasli dcpoill (.1
?in ?und. Address l: iL, Virginian office,
dt.18-31?
T~l"l'N .-Ii Pi) IK.oM AND l:oAUI> Ml!
J' three .jt four gentlemen si No. ",; i: ?k
etrcet. ik.-- t
1YTANTEfl AGOOPCOOK. WASH! It AND
Ii i oner. SiiiM tome ?>ll recoiemenuod,
Apply at No I : -i MamiHeel._ile'2"-tf_
CPE0l?7.~F?llt M X I V DAYS ? LA DIES.
0 make no mistake. Bot W lire ?r A Wilson'*
Duplex No it two maeliiuee in one. All makes
sn |i lied. J. II. bTONK. Ac*"'", lul Church
street. _ uol.i
"it ANTPH l.ady agrnti khiniighoui Vir?
il c.nia i? handle an article thai sells on its
neii'. Addresa 'Sil 1 .Uli arcaue S, IC, lloa
sjoke, Vs._et'-'o
iv'AN I KD? A n o ptrsoui ii. ??:?? h piao ? io !..
\\ nrritiiig; lend stamp for la.i pees bsoi of
narilcnlars. J. WOODUUKY, \:i \\, 42d -i?
>>'. Y. t iiy._ n Iii
*tyANTED.?Special Advertisios Canvas'crs,
M raniilinr with pn mlciii merchant lie trade;
money m.-U'r u i!?ji. Also .liter ueneral
rativ: Kiel ? mi uiesIcsl seller of Ihe 'lay S I an
LEV DKADI.EY, fi K 16, .-t.. N. ? YoiU.
SALF.SM1 N \VE 8KND 8AM1 I.F.S. A L
low lil:*ral balnry and expenses "r
?onunission to proper applicants: staple
seller; ihres nt res out ol .ve will or u-r.
Address, ?nh stamp, Lock i ox Now
1 oi k city. aull -
er?--~?? 11 1 '. _
si' Mill. Mill iii km.
VOKFOLK ATHLETIC ( I I P.. ?1 I IIUItCM
J' -iitii. (jive a ,rand b sing toaiiium in
>,w \. r's iiIkIii i.i '.' p. in. i .to iiiit. iv. i
bouts. Ii iflou hoy ope i in any io O'Oil man iu
ihisKia|eai IS* puuuds. jal-lt'
HKAI' ?DITIONS OF OhIVEB WEN DA IX
C'llKA
? ii :
[?nan I'oj oi,'' ' l'ocls" und r.ti iiaiidard
tmo >( at reduced prices. NUS11AI M, vu
3du'u rireet.
OM. OK TWO QKNTLKMKN CAN 00
taiu hoard und comtoi table room
with private lamily. Terma modoiuto.
refereucoH eicbauKod. Addresa W. S.,
care Virginian. bt 16
PRESCRIPTIONS '^tl "'?u
i'ruRS, Pin. nt Medicines. Tollel Aniile.,
lictrs and Tobacco. W. F. 1u1i.1.IP-,
Elu M^in street. ?, .io
Fl)It ItKNT
?dtaXOmimii ?r iao ,,uj,. nm nun orl*tt,l3
em it lor me utteriicn: 60 eentt for iii?*
lIt III NT ? ONl?-UAI.t' oF eTOUK 41
Uran by s icct. I'osstssioa at ouce. d:;u-iuf
EWl.Y KUUN1SIIEI) ItOOMS, Wl iii Oil
llhputbjaid, l.'l Hank Mr.it. de 0 Iw*
1'tlK uis1 TWO 1h>||[ Alll.h KOOM?
aestof (Ir.iihy ftr.ci on Freemason, ulib
all i n. a.eure gas, halb aud attcntio .
Jti l re tea excliaiitird; lilodsiats lent. Address
O. P. II.. tare Virginian. deSO-tf
VOR-kent?In all bio Mnr.d, known as -Tha
J' Mini," o i in t Tal I ?it aud ll.ii sttects; - a
b'.t'S noxt to Cuslom ii e . a. lilieoliicts
In Pa Idlogs Noi ' and \> Main H., nest io
IHisIoffice; No, 18 Tsibol m iw > good truck
i"jnii- towards H ?<: |'a i'olnl. i o scrota h,
4 in le ? a..11 a oi tii?, on ? bit a liiiildinsa ?Iii
ti t le ted to sail tenants. M. W.TALli it.
eo?l-su
iron iient? two n.u.i im ses on
J i nu s' wharf, Number ' -" Irom on
Kllzalieili rl?er, Waiohoii-s l'C" nonling mi
r i, fit mi i l*iiBtro t j. I'rivilrg i ef ilu i ? i
of'?Ii r.. Apply u J. W. II... 1.1 .... on
1 ROOM FOF^RENT.
One or i?o gent I .n can obtain a nicely
famish d room, ceulrally loeatcd. ul Ii all
{nodera o avonienccr, luoiading i.atb ut and
leaf, within ihres iidiiiiles tt.uk ul iheelrc
tric line. A. C bX.cnr? Vliginian. noin-tf
|?0R HEN 1? llooMS AltOVB IM MAIN
X siu et. Suitable for dresaujaker. no-i
FOK 8/ I.R.
8iiw'iii'i:i?ui IntlCHUi, rtrs Utittor (mi, io
owhj for uns min neu; 40 et nu for thi <?.
I^OK PALE A ill ACHE FA KM WITH A
Knot 8 room house ami bu<k kitcben and
suit bulldinija, II. ai . - int.loi ciilliv.iiiou gi .
ssillef from uy Noif . r tin csnli . ?"
t r uood clljf prep ny. ICii'iiiiro j. i> 1. \vn
BERY, 10 it so a renne, Norfolk, V.i. del 8 ,r
tyVQ BOAT FOR SALE -THE ?toi,. J. c.
Jl UljJ." 'this boat in well known in Suffolk:
gloriole or Edenlon, ami isasuitable i>o.it
do lowing oitnerlii logs, limitier or v<s3. l I.am
?eaa. A? Ibis Company has no na ? for said hoi
anyone wishing jo purchase a hargsla can as
BcnilB Piles a d linn i.y ng.plyiQT t? ,| i{
UAOLEARy. General atsnsger, S. A 0. Ry
{to., aadolk, Va. deii-u
Current Doings Fully Set Down
Here,
STR, LOCK KAY FROM DUNDEE
Funeral of Wm. LoveU?Ministsrs'
Meeting?170 Deeds?Heavy
Gale Reported?Common
Council?Judge Mar?
tin in Ollice.
Tho Iueonie Tax bill is now in
effect.
Judge Martin will go mto ollico
to-day,
Tho Coitou Excbango will bo
clofotl to-day.
r, Mr. J. 8. Syko9 is at bis homo
sick with puetim >nia.
Rev. Dr. M. li. What ton is visit
in:: friends in Atluuta,
Tho employes of tho postollice
will obsetve Sunday hums to day.
Tim Christina* imisio was sung
in a number of the churches Sunday.
Tho regular monthly meeting of
the Common Council will be hel l
Thursday night.
During tuo month of DeceniVer
there wero lTti deeds recorded at
tuo Clerk's oiiiee.
Tlio ccuditiou of Maj. W. F.
Irvine, who is sick nt his home witu
pneumonia, 's U(,t improve.!.
Tho girisj and boya who oame
homo to ape?d tue holidays will re?
turn to tho colleges Wednesday.
' TLcio were '?>>- marriages m Nor?
folk during 1894, on average of
mure thau one tor every day iu the
year,
1 Liu lire alarm Saturday evening
waa canted by the burning of the
rqol of Mr. Fxeedmau'a bou? ou
Fcncliiircb street.
A fairly good audience greeted
Dr. Baum at tuu Academy bl Mtuic
Similar, there heing present adults
us well ?s children,
llev, E. B. Batcher preaohed to
tho police Snuday night. About
forty rf them wero preseut. Five
professed couveraiou.
J he Methodist preachers held
their meeting yesterday and re
eeived roportM from u number ol
churches ol au encouraging ehur
actt r.
~Mr. A. L. MeClellan, o! Norfolk,
aud Mil6 Dusie Dodsou, daughter
of Mr. I>. s, Dodsou, will bo mar?
ried at the residence of ilio bride.
N or tu Charles stroet, Baltimore, to
day.
J 'ho funeral of Wm. T.ovott, the
young colored man who was shot in
tho burrootn ou Avon street, took
placo from St. Luke's Church, Scott
street, Sunday und was well at
tended.
Dr. J, Powell Garland und Rev.-,
Ilouttou.of the St. Luke's Meiuuriul
Church, und ?haudlerj of tho New
pmt News Methodist Church, left
lor Princess Auue county yesterday
to shoot duel:-".
The Baptist ministers held then
wet Uly coufeieueo yesterday. The
following officers wero re-elected;
Kov. Dr. Uweu, president; Lev, Dr.
Wharton, vice president; Bev. \V.
F. Watson, clerk.
The fourth couoort of the V. M.
('. A. Star Course will be given in
the hall of tho association next
1 ursday ni^'ht by the WoBleyn
Uuiversity Glee uud Maudoliu As
sociatiou, which consists of nine
teen men.
Chu^. S. Davis, an enterprising
colored citizen, has secured the eon
tract lor bandiiug the fJuited Stater
inuila in this city. Ho bus a uum
her of new and handsome vehioles
made l>y A. Wreun & .Son, and is
prepared to give a first-class service,
J he British steamship Loch Kay,
dipt, Lee, arrived here from Duu
deo yesterday. Mie is iu tho employ
oi tho North American Transport
Company and is loading grain at too
Norfolk aud West or u gruiu elevator,
She is so largo that only one of the
grain chutes cuu reaotl bur holds ut
a lime.
Tue schooner llottio V, Keltic,
dipt. Warwick, front Bridgeport lo
Newport Now?, arrived in this bar
tior .Sunday, dipt. Warwick says
tout ou I ho 25th bo tool: a heavy
northwest gale off Smith's Island
nud lust lioth anchors und chuius.
.No other damage was done, lie
noted protest With Mr, Hurry Guu
uou,
riuetvattir Union, t briaiian lin?
den vi.r.
The Christian Endeavor Societies
of Norfolk, 1 ortsmouth und licrkiey
held u meeting Sunday afteeuoou at
the Christian Memorial Temple, ou
Highland Torrace. The following
oliicors wero elected for the ousuing
year: F, Odeud'bu!, president; E,
ii. Taylor, vico president; J, H.
Schlegel, secretary; J, .Mil er, treas
urer, It was decided to sen.) a dele?
gate to the Sluto Convention at
Staunton next month, ('lie next
meotiug of tho society will l o held
at Monumental M. E, Church,
Portsmouth, on tho fourth Sunday
I in February,
I Urnd Opening Sate of lioreea.
This morning at lo o'clock, tho
grand opeuiug sale of MoCleary &
MoCiellau, at their new stables on
l inou street, will begiu. This mlo
will surpass anything in this Hue
that has over occurred in this city,
and will consist of horsed aud mulos
ol ovety description, Auy one wish
ing to iuv?st in g nid sti ck for little
money should uot lull to attend thio
sale.
Disoaso germs or mioruhes are
now aekuowlLduod to be ttie prime
cnii o of most of tho skin disea^ea
uud intlainmiitioiis. (t>tiratol is a
positive germ kilior aud antiseptic.
Children Cry for
BRAMBLETON.
Tho Y. P. 15. M. Society of Spur
geou Memorial Hantist Cburoli will
luoet ut tho rcsideuca of N*. T,
Bailey, N?- tj lluniliu avenue to
bight ut 1:'.W p. in.
The ngeut would take ocoasiou to
thank tho subscribers to Tub Vih
giman iu Atlauiio City. Brambletou
ami lluut-viilu for their patronage
duriug tho past year aud wishing
them a Happy Now Year would
promieo faithful sorvico this 181)5.
llov. J. P, Barrett, No. 810 Lovitt
avuuue, baa taken Ins family to
South Norfolk to reside, where be
will be rxioro convenient to bis
charge.
There will l>o Now Ve t's eerviccs
at St. l'etcr'a P, E. Church to-day
at 10 o'clock ii. m.
Mrs. O. B. Dathy, No. GO Maltby
avenue, will resume teachiug musio
to day.
Mrs. Carhort, No. ?l7 Bramble
ton aveuuu, and Mrs. Baiu, No. 80
Kelley avenue, httvo Christmas trees
for their childreu. Whcu illumi?
nated they uro beautiful.
Mr. if. 1'. Carroll, formerly of
Reservoir avuuue, has tukeu his
luuiily to No. 1.) Cluiliurue aveuuo
to reside.
The Local Hoard of Inn rovomeut
will not hold thi ir meeting to night,
but probably later ou iu tho week.
Tho beautiful cantata " Santa
clans and the Children," given by
tho mcmbdi'h of the l'ar't Avenue
Baptist Suuday School lust week,
will bo repeated next Thursday
night, seveiul persons having ex?
pressed a dosire to eco it. A small
admission fee will be charged jo do
fray the expenses of rebuilding
Santa Clans houso ami other deco?
rations.
Miss Grace W. Wilkios will leave
Norfolk to day lor Edeutan, N. U.,
where sho will bd entra ;ed iu teach?
ing elocution an.I ealistheuios.
Ihe \Y. O. 1". I . will meet wdh
'Mrs. C. Lewis, Urambletuu mcuu.',
at 3:80 o'clock this afteruoou.
The ohnroh Bociable lo have come
oil at Christian Memorial Temple
lust night was postpoued.
Mr. J. Ii. Harris, of No. 50 Shi I
diu avenue, who has been sick for a
week, is now eouvuleseont.
Mies Emma Dudley celebrated her
loth birthday last night with uu en
tertaiumout ut hot homo ou Grau
villo avenue.
Mis.-, Katie White, KU0 Bramble
tou avenue, has spent tue holidays
with iho lumilj of Mr. J. P, Will?
iams, 1 lynuhareu, Va,
Mr, Edward Jordou aud Miss
Suiiio Buoll will i>o married to-night
ut No, '.? Reservoir avenue,
ATLANTIC CITY.
Rev. J. T. Routten entertained
his < Mliuial Board and Suuday school
class ut tho Methodist parsouage on
Route street iait night.
Miss Alice Button, aged 2-1 wars
and ? mouths, died at the resideuce
ol her parents, on Fort street, Sun?
day morniug ut 8:45 o'clock. The
fuuer,d will lake place from Asbury
M. E, Church to duy ut 2 p. m.(
Rev. J.T. Routleu otliciiitiog, In
teriueut will bo in El iu wood,
Owing to some nervous iudisposi
tiou, liev. T, A. Hall ba l noservioea
ut his church uu Suuday night,
Little Miss Heieu ting wood, Fort
street, will et.lortain her little
friends to night with a Christmas
tre ? party.
dpt. W. s. Filobett, of No. '.)
Nortn streol, bus u very inetty
Christmas trou for the enjoyment of
his children.
A largo congregation attended the
Methodist Church Suuday utght to
hear the sermon ol I ho Rev. J, T,
Routten ou "Death." Mr. Routten
disouBsed the subject both from u
suieutitia ami a theological stund
point. The sermon was considered
by many to bo one of the tiuost Mr.
Routteu baa preached to tho eougre
gation,
HUNTERSVILLE.
Mr. Milton Lennon, of Johnson
avenue, who has been spending the
holidays ou Eastern Shore, is ex?
pected home to day.
i'he sewing circle of the Metho?
dist Cliurou met with Mrs. Skinner
yesterday afternoon,
Mr. Gray, tue grocer, on Central
avenue, who has been ill some tune,
la now lmproviug,
i .Mr. und Mrs. Brittingbnm, ol
Outteu street, have n sick oiiild.
Mijh Kalo lliiuier und her little
sister und brother, Nauuie aud
t lane, coruor Central ami Jobusou
avenues, aro visiting rolutives in
Nunsemood county.
The churches hud interesting ser
vioes ami attractivo congregations
Sunday,
When Baby was sick, w<> Rnvn lier Ca^tdrliv
,Vhen ahn was a Child, she cried fur Caitoi io.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria
Wheu she had Cbildroo, bho gavutueui Castor
Rev. ,T. L. M. Curry, D. D., of
Richmond, Va., one of the best
known divines in tho State, has seen
tho effeota of Quratol in had cases of
eo/.eiua, Ask him what ho thinks of
Quratol.
Bananas, apples, oranges, lemons,
potatoes, onions, oabbage, pours,
etc., at wholes lie. (Joo. ii, Duwea,
110 Water streot.
ItlCll ? lit <.Ulk? in ? obi.
We are selling our entire stock of
cut glass at cost to closo out tho line.
Chapman <fc Jukumau, corner Main
and Bauk streota.
Pitcher's, Oaetoria*
made me Hands thot Sor
I couldn't slapc ; an' if it was thot harrd
on me /lands, hozo harrd it must be on the
durrt / " This is the way a good old
Irish woman praises some washing
f \ f v^=s?^ A powder or other which she prefers
I L^=r-v \ V \ to Pearline. As it was proven she
had never tried Pearline. the com?
pliment would appear to be in favor
of Pearline.
Whoever heard of any one claim?
ing that Pearline hurt the hands?
But there's tin* trouble?Pearline is
the original washing compound ; its popularity has drawn
out thousands of imitations?so popular that to many
it indicates any powdered washing material. If you are
using Pearline. you are satisfied ; if you are dissatisfied,
try Pearline. If you are using something with which
you are satisfied and it is not Pearline, try Pearline?
you will wonder you were satisfied before. Pearline
is economical and harmless. no James pyle, New York.
.Mil id's in in in.
> i i ii ic i ?N ic V,
N
0 CURE NO PAY. CLARK'S RED CROSS.
ate dlji'n?es o! whatever nature, vio'il re rtlly. Female dUcasei of
a'l kin ? aroaiocdily cured by Clark'i Uid Cro?i Klee trie Natural Medlclual
\\ i lei ur OIL
344 Church Street.
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$ EYERY-ONE-?-B?RO?1N Y
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Apron Ginghams remnants, lengths of i to
7 yards, 5. a yard, worth Sc.
Men's Gray Undershirts, one case of these,
25c each, lowest price heretofore, 37.vc,
Blankets?among other bargains to close are
23 pa rs, -oils d from handling, $2.50, $3.00
and $3.50, formerly $4.50, $5.0 ? anil $5.50.
White Blankets, Red Rose brand, reduced to
50c a pair; yes, madam, fifty cents!
Damask Towels, 23x50, knotted fringe, 25c
each,
Hemmed Sheets, size 90x90 inches, $1.25,
$''?37-ii S^S^- $i.62tj; hemstitched, $1.75 a
pair,
Ready-to u^c Pillow Cases, 25c, 30c, 35c; hem?
stitched. 50c a pair.
Bolster Cases. 33c, 3 7 A; hemstitched 45c each.
Turkey Red Table Linen, fast oil color, 42c,
formerly 50c; Half Bleached Table Linen,
special, 25c and 374c a yard.
Ladies" Coats and Canes, desirable styles, par?
ti iilaily attractive prices.
WATT, RETTEW & CLAY.
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OK
STANDARD &?D POPUL?R BOOKS,
NEW AND ARTISTIC PICTURES
FOR THE NEXT FIVE DAYS,
Previous to Taking Stock5
"VVJS WILyL SEI^Iv a
Paper Novels at 10c, worth 25c.
Cloth Books at 19c, worth 50c.
Tom Jones, by Fielding, 83c, worth $2.00.
Hawthorne's, 4 vol., white and gold, $1.18, worth
$2.56.
Byron's complete works, $1.89, worth $4.50.
Maria Correlli's (with Soul of Lilitli), $3.98, worth
double.
George Elliot's Works. #2.97, worth $7.50.
Washington Irving's Works, $2.oS, worth $7.50.
Barric's Works, author of Little Minister, $4,90,
worth $10.00.
$15.00, S vol. set of Shakespeare at $4.90.
Ruskin, Scott, Lytton, Doyle, Dickens, Carey and1
Thomas Hardy's Works Included in this
Sale at a Sacrifice.
Bibles of all Kinds at Half Price.
??Our Art Department" gives a discount
of 20 per cent, during the GRAND
CLEARING SALE.
BLANK BOOKS, TABLETS, MUCILAGE AND INKS AT
BARGAIN PRICES.
5c Tablets, Inks and Musilage at 3c.
Nusbanm's Book and Art Place,
1I28 ?lAlti.STREET, NORFOLK. VA.
v5,,,,^N, r,'K,'-_ _ STOVE*, urc.
Furniture, Carpets, Stoves.
MAKE GOOD CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
A rnreful linpertlnn of our lram<-n'e stock or Hoin?f_rnl?blng
?'oo<l? ?III ion Inno huyora that It |, t? tholr interest to rult at.
We do lint publish our terms?thoy are made by you
_ '-17? ami ?71 Church ?tr-et.
A TflHN<\ON i*"1.*.1 !S l'"r,"it"r,0' ''"P t' etc., Church street, opposite ft.
? Jun?jUll, Paul's Cburo?, 1* dolnt the business, aud tho r.aion i? t at
jo.i lia/o a lar ?? stuck from which to select, aad lor rjT>ipr;c A t?Tl T r\\iT
CHRWTMA8 PKKSBNTj rltlLCo AK_ LU W.
CMJAIW. v7^iAn*r~~ '? '
I ONGFELLOWS CHOICE SS^SA
J_, thsso brands und you will awoke no other. p ~ \V_SE &? CO
L2S water ?ir,?t.
CO*' f i;i:s.
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED??adpf^auWi ?
cxpui lerne and money rouldprocura from ctci v part of tbe World, and cnrdiallr In.lts
tho p ililloiu coma ami e .atuine il-o Mime. Cil'.BVT ATLAN TIC AND PACIFIC TBA
COMPANY, till Market Square anil 50 Clfy Manet._
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dys-! WOK KS. IHK wuitKS
HAVE YOUR OLD CLOTHES MADE LIKE NEW
lOttri.KK & SuN's, Parisian Steam Dye Works.
_ Work (Uiarauteed. i07 Ma a ami 107 Church street*.
?.??%> ?n ii:i. !.?>,?> orrioB.
lAfnR'J St RRn Pawnbrokers, 378 Church street (fotir doan
? ?J/\t^WI->0 Q?, 1JI\\j, |rom Queen) make liberal advances ou any
tliln.: ol value. AM mail commnnicullon* ?ill be. promptly attended to.
i? ici".
CE $3.50 PFR TON. Wuaredellr*ri"K|",1"N"rf"'l: i,t ?.w per ion.
p"WuJo,?h. v.*. HYGENIC ICE FACTORY.
IMJt UV. Till l.l. t .
T^OT? TT-TIQ VVPPy_Sevsi wo* Ihere such a reibicilna as I will give lot a week
P_^UI\. lino >v J_iwl\. ?,, ?ii Toilet Arllees,PtiTumcry, Hair Brushes, Combs,
]^ Tooth liruibil, cle. ll will pay you to oil'.
WEISEL, Cut-Rail Druggist, 138 Chnreh stro?t.
em w vniiti:, <ii:n\ vi'?hk.
UR ENTIRE STOCK Z^l^^^!^^ UKDUCKD Pimm
?? to atlUranby street. JOHNSTON CHINA CO.
Dft YflTI WANT ff! AI "> "r cnur?.o'y?ii do. Well. i;lva u? a call. Ir veil
U 1 UU YV Alt 1 CVJ^-lL T want Wood we havo al! kind*, and fill all orders
promptly, -ill llraniblcton avenue, A^ ^ COOPER
I U li. i \i;im i liiMi. < i m:i "iti.itiMi, ~
M A THPWi Purveyor > n I t lvl| Engineer, with tarjje cxn-rinnce in Europe aud
? Iii I HE Vt O, tin, luuutiy. PiiiUled lirai.i...? a speciu ly. Corre.-.puudonoe
wllelted.
It..i.I I ..tieoti a I, 11 din . Norf..lit. V.,.
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?icc.no iiliAiS .%m?s?it:x> it fi, \ i
Special Sale Smoked Tongues, 30c
Corned Hams, 10c. Also a full line
of Imported and Domestic Cheese.
H. SCHLOSS.
FTwr; DCCC Bent Homo undo Hiuaaie.lOc; spliced louuda. Wo keep. >M9B
11" C OCtr. oniv tho heal mono* ?ill buv, rrodi and --Moi d CHWei*
Mcnti, and our prices are tho least. THE-NTBJBtPiUSB BEKfc AND PKO- *_
VISION CO. BTUUKri.lHO Church itreet, near 8t. Paul? Cuurih, and .Vt Saw ??
Market spaoe, llrtwer street._
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$5 Per Tw-2,.40 Poi?s-CASH!
RAWLINGS, NICHOLS & CO.
Phr.ne.SI?. Office and Ya.d, 5 Nirlson street, neil e.st ol |
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liny your coal fioin in ?ud yon are certain of 2,240 pOUBdt,
Bole aeeiiln tor i lie celcbi at">l 1.1k (isrdeti SI biu < 'oul and the
only tieuuiuo liuoi.u'a (.reck. Cumburlan I lor b ac-cuntUi.
GORDON DE CORDY & CO.,
Telephone *'?>'>? Office :io Bermuda street.
I:KMICMHPK ?The only DK CORDV in the, foul hnsine^ in N,.ri.,lk.
LrUDlCTI A 1\I K?sat End Lot it t avenue. Phone MO. Yard full of Coal
? V^tlrviO l lA.lTi uud Wood. Prlcta aa low u- anybody, finest facilities tor
ft haudliuj same in cily.
PROMPT DELIVERY.
m roVKS,
It you are a wideawake buyer, Tou'ro Hie barer for whioti we're
look h 1 -s we l'"^'' f.'imd I hat a pen on well Informed on values
inily appre. late* the tinerem of our btoek and Iba cxtr<mi li>wne.a
ol o n pllcei. At our priori and wiiti ourtluck,it I* apioi&uro to
buy. I'rleet rook hotioni b?ave order* now. Don't wait for ra
pairaol l urnacot, Kireplaea licatera,eic. THE i.L
IBE .-"lOVK
to. Ii? KaatSlda old Mar ket cipuaro, twodojrs from Main street.
John T. Howard, Manager.
The Oldest!
The Most Reliable!
fRFOLK-LOAN-OFFI_^
136 Clitircii Street.
MONEY LOANED
nosito 1 with in are kept in the t\u.:?t l'ire and liiirgi*r frOOl S.tfo?. wh.oU .?va 1tin "
lite nroteotton 01 th j-weler'a ^e -aritv A.lunce. Spocial H?tet on attms o, *1.0
apd oves. All trantaottous kopt ?inetly Couddoiitiai- Mail comtuuuicaitoua wl.l
rectii.o prompt att ntiou._
Hay, GraiiTaldTMrFeedr"
JUST IlECKIVEO SKVlCllAl. CAIlS
OF BlvsT HAY AM> OATU
Can oiler iudaceuitiits to the traia.
A (food Block alwayt ou baud.
CHA9. ED. SCOTT,
StaQUUM
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