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PHARMACIST .WANTS POSITION?A
registered' i>tvu-niacist ol twenty vear's
experience, desires a position. Address
PHARMACIST. ItTT Main street, Nor
.WANTED?An Intelligent domestic
housekeeper; one who understands mar?
keting and Is thoroughly capable of
making desserts; salads, etc.. Applv 100
Freemason street. dCH-3t
ENERGETIC yaung business man, well
acquainted In North Carolina, desires
to represent a commercial house on the
road; groceries or hardware preferred.
L box, Fayettevllle, N. C. de5-3t*
I WANT Five Experienced Rullding and
Loan Solicitors well acquainted in Nor?
folk and adjacent towils. Will pay
salary Witli commission. Call on W.
M. PARR, ai Atlantic Hotel, Norfolk,
between 2 and 4 p. m. au4-tf
j5ALESMEN--One locally und ono to
travel; will pay xood salary and ex?
penses or commission; orders easily ob?
tained; experience unnecessary: ^r
samples and particulars address P. O.
Box 420 New York city._
BUILDING. LOAN AND LIFE INSU
rance combined; exceptional Induce?
ments offered to llrst-elass solicitors.
Room 67 Haddlngton building, city. 3
to 10 a. m. no2-tt
WANTED?Balcsemn to sell staple goods
at home or travel: liberal salary or
good commission. We send samples on
application; give exclusive territory.
Address P. O. Rox 11C3. N. Y. City.
VOiRiflRENTr-l.Wiit desldable store cor?
ner Gran by mir1 Queen streets: good
location, with all conveniences; pos?
session January 1st. MM. Apply WALT.
J. DOZIER. 17S York Place or N. and
S. R. It. General Gltlces. di-4-tf
FOR Rl5NT-Hor.se ^7 Yarmouth street,
with all modern improvements: posses?
sion can be given by thr 1st of Decctil
ber. Apply to W Rule street. no2N-tf
FOR SALE?An old established Bakery
well equipped; oven and leols In good
order: louv lease, and at present lime
dolne; a paying business. Audrtss HAK
ERY. care Virginian office. dc3-L\v
FOR S.M.K?An established and paying
dairy and truck business, conveniently
located: a bargain. K. P. WATSON.
Write care this Office. dfc3-lw
FOR SALi: CHEAP.?Plans and spcclfi
e-tiens for brick residence, drawn by
one of the best architects in the
State. Address, "Plans," this office.
New sixty qu irl standard. f.Oc.
FARMERS' MANUFACTURING CO.
A LOCALETTE BUDGET
Small Bits of Home News Gathered About
the Streets, Alleys and Wharves.
THE RESULT OF A DULL DAY'S HUNT.
Fitting l'p n Rcndliitc Booin-Pornnti
ill Note? mid Gossip?A Record of
tlio Dny'n Events. Eucltltllitg Here
ly-Jlciitioncd blotters of Minor M?j
client .Shipping nittl Other Notes.
The skating rink at the Armory will
open Monday night.
itc-v. O. ^. Darteil, D. D.. preached at
Grace Church (colored) last night
A large number of weather-bound ves?
sels passed out the capes yesterday.
Rev. Lir. A. Coke Smith will dedicate
the new Epworth M. E. Church in Jan?
Joshua Gardner, colored, has been de?
clared Insane by a commission of lu?
The work of constructing the new
bicycle track at the V. M. C. A. Park.
In Ghent, will soon be begun.
The "Chlcora Mills" is to be the name
of the new mills established here by
Messrs. McNalr &?. Mlllard, of Cheraw,
Thieves early' yesterday morning enter?
ed the yard of Mr. T. A. Twlddy, on
upper Church street, and stole a. dozen
The Oystermen's Protective Associa?
tion held a meeting lust night, but none
of the proceedings were given out for
Many people were about the water
fro.nl yesterday in the hope of getting
a glimpse of the President as the Ma?
ple came In.
The salary of Rev. W. J. Young. D. P.,
the new pastor of Granby-Stroet M. E.
Church, lias been fixed at C2.600 and a
The ladles or St. Luke's P. E. Church
will have n sale of fancy articles, home?
made candies and aprons at the Adams'
expres:; office to-morrow.
A number of sportsmen from New
York on their way up James liver, ar?
rived here yesterday on the Old Do?
minion steamer Jamestown.
The reporter-detective, R. Myers, Is
hard at work on the John Thomas steal
Jut; case and has discovered that Thom?
as tins an alias?"Diffy Cat telly."
Edward and Thomas Ramsey, broth?
ers, were arrested by Officer llolliday
last nl^lii upon charges of drunken
lies:?, resisting and assaulting an offi?
Cltv Sergeant Rurko left for Rich?
mond yesterday, having in his custody
Charles Martfn, colored, sentenced to
the penitentiary for two years for steal?
ing n watch.
At the First Presbyterian Church to?
morrow Rev. Dr. .1. It. Howerton. pas?
tor, will preach at II a. in. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Young
People's meeting at fi:4f> p. ni.
At the Secant) Pifcfebyterlnn Church,
the pastor, Rev. Dr. W. S. Lacy, will
preach to-morrow nt 11 a. in. and at
7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
iYoting l'cople'r: Prayer Meeting at 7
Captain W. S. .lenney. of Lite Old Do?
minion Steamship Oonipnhy's ship City
of Columbia, bus temporarily relieved
Captain Hulphers. of the Jamestown,
who is off on a business trip. The City
of Columhln Is beir.tr repaired.
Queen Street Methodist Church?J.
FW. Moore, pastor.?Services at 11 a. in.
and 7:30 p. m., conducted by the pas?
tor. Morning subject. "The Righteous
Man and Grid's Attitude Toward Him."
Evening Subject, "The Breathing Dead,
A Sermon to the Young." Lecture
Wednesday evening a.t 7:4fi.
The excursion of Elizabeth Camp, No.
S, Woodmen of the World, to Atlanta
over the Seaboard Air Line, Sunday
night, will be the last of the cheap
trips. Persons who desire to take ad?
vantage of the Iqw rate should re?
cent their names to E. B. Jackson,
with Chlldrcv & Metts. Commerce
?treet, or to J. E. Godwin, wlUi Neely,
BOARD?For two Kl?gle gentlemen; sin?
gle rooms; convenient to the business
portion of the city: Clin be obtained by
addressing "A. hi.," this oltlce. noti-tt
F?UND?A Setter has been at the house11
of Mr. R. A. Kldd, Corprew avenue ex?
tended, since Sunday. Owner can pet
same by proving prrjperty and paying
expenses of advertisement. de5-3l
$325.00 will buy tho SCHOONER IIA1I
BURC,!: will curry U00 bushels of oys?
ters In hold; two Skiffs, four pair new
Tongs. Cooking Stove, Hemer, etc., all In?
cluded. Sails me almost new. This Is u
big sacrifice. Addnss. J. T. BUTLER,
nc,27-ll_ 223 Main street, city.
BOILERS?CD new and 37 second-hand
Boilers; also, large slock of Engines at
buyers' prices. Address THE CASEY &
HODGES MANUFACTURING CO.,
Chattanooga, Tenn. no2u-2w
BOARD?For two single gentlemen: con?
venient to thj business portion of the
city, can be ohtidncd by addressing "A.
E.," this olllce . noS4-tf
NEW FACES AT.LAitouTcnANoiNo flew
"fc" ? mw*.? tue Features sod llomov- r*ft
ing I1Ic<iiIh1i<j?, In liO p. Iiook fur ii stamp.
?John ii. Wo,i,iimi v, 137 W. 42U St., N. Y. IL?-, P
Inventur of Woodb?rr'? Ifooud (Soup. S^-'
\ Celebrated Fomnlo
t Powders never fall,
MMlMnlUH. lV.it:. ul?ri i
Pit- S. T. Pix. Back liny. Ooituu, IUm.
SPECIAL SALE? l'hllllps Brook's ad?
dresses; handsomely bound in white vel?
lum. Publisher's pikes. 7f>c: special
sale pi Ice, We. NUSIiAUM'S Rook and
Art Place. 12S Main street. 11024
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compound?
ed. All Drugs. Patent Medicines, Toi?
let Articles, Cigars and Tobacco. W.
F. PHILLIPS. 210 Muhl street.
CHILDREN taught Piano. French and
Physical Culture at 25 cents a lesson by
experienced teacher. Address ? K. D.,"
tills OlIlCC. <leli-3l
LESSONS in French conversation in
exchange for English. AOdrcss 1MT,
this ofllee. deS-at
BOARD.?A mnnicd couple without
children can obtain board nl a low
llgiiro by addressing "SAF ETY," Vir?
ginian olllce. de3-tf
CONSULTING ELECTRICAL ENGI?
NEER.?M. A. AgelaStO. 31 Plume st.
Re-pollshed. Cleaned, Packet) and Ship?
ped: Chairs re-caned. Upholsterers'
materials furnished. Cheaper work
than any other establishment: done
at house if preferred; orders solicited,
27:1 and 2<J Church street. S. F. HAM?
Seldner & \Varrlngton, rus Main street,
before ? o'clock to-day.
The Art League is Utting up its read?
ing room In the I liuhllnglon Building,
on Granby sin et.
Mr. E. I?. Kyle, general manager of
the Cape Fear and Yndkln Valley rail?
road, is in the city.
?k in- llrnn M as Woi-iIiIchh.
A good looking young man came to
Norfolk a few days ago. and. aller se?
curing board at a prominent Granby
Street boarding house, pretended to
the landlady that he was sick. The
landlady aforesaid, as a kindness, sent
him to a well known physician for
treatment. The young man. who gave
the name of Condlt, said he was a mem?
ber of the firm of Acker, Merrill, and
Condlt. of New York, and after being
under tiie physician's treatment a few
days produced a draft for $100. which
he Induced the physician to endorse
fur him. Tin- physician's acquaint?
ance with the young man will cost
him the Hundred, for the fellow has
skipped, and Acker. Merrill & Condlt
have denounced him as a fraud.
Ito.riil Aren it ii m.
Norfolk Council. No. 22s. Royal Ar?
canum, elected the following officers
last night for the ensuing year: Sam?
uel Vealc, Regent; L. M. Dodantead,
Vice President; Henry Brandt, Orator;
R. S. Dnwson, Past Regent: 'J. \V.
Cherry, fluide; B. A. Mnrsdeu, Chap?
lain: T. B. Jackson. Secretary; W. N.
Grubb, Treasurer: IL Hollges, Collect?
or: P. S. Cook, Warden; G. II. Coon,
Sentry; Fred. Greenwood. It. A. Mars
den. H. K. Chase. Truste.-.-; R. S. Daw
son, representative to Grand Council;
Fred. Greewood. Alternate; L. Itoyster,
F. M. Sounders, and .1. w. Cherry,
Tlie Carnival Closed.
The Carnival of Trade, which has
been conducted In the Interest of Un?
building fund of the First liuptlsl
Church for the past three weeks at
Armory Hall. Is a thing of the past.
The affair closed last night with a
spelling bee. after which a large num?
ber of articles were sold at auction,
some of them bringing good prices.
To-day the booths will lie demolished
ami the floor cleared for the skating
rink, which opens Monday night.
In yesterday's Virginian was a story
of a brutal assault on Mary Cousins, a
colored woman, on Church si root, near
Charlotte, on Thursday night, by a
negro named William Anderson, who
escaped at the time. Officer Snydcr,
who ha.s been detailed for detective
work, started out on the case yester?
day, and last night arrested Anderson
nn a warrant charging him with as?
saulting and beating the womua. He
was locked up.
When Baby was sick, wo gave hci Pastorls.
When she was a Child, she cried for Cast orlo.
When sho bcennio Miss, slio clung to Castorin.
When she had Children, nho gavo them Castoria
Griintl Opening of Holiday Goods.
Now is the frugal buyer's shanca at
our store. Holiday goods ?,? .-very-day
prices. Cut prices on all dress goods,
cloaks, capes, blankets und winter un?
derwear. Sec Sunday's paper for spe?
cial bargain prices at Levy Bros.' Mod?
ern Bargain Store.
Nice nod 4 heap.
The holiday stock dally arriving at
"The Casket" will be found specially
nlcv. and prices for quality of goods
so cheap that customers are daily ex?
claiming how can you possibly sell such
goods at such low prices. The answer
'.s that the Messrs. Greenwood Brothers
buy largely and for the ensh. and sell
in close margins to ensure rapid sales.
3,'lme and money saved by patronizing
?The Casket." 158 Main street.
Do your glasses suit you? If not see
Dr. WECK. 2?2 UaJn 81
THE VIRGINIAN'S M11Y HI8TS l? HOUSEKEEPERS
SILL OF FARE FOR TO-.VIORROW,
< Ol'VltlKII T.>
SUNDAY, Dfic. 8. 1895.
Oranges. Wheat Croquettes.
Eggs on Toast.
Peach Marmalade. Graham Mulllns.
Roast Veal. Tomato Jelly.
Mashed l'otutoes. Turnips.
White and Qraham Bread.
Queen of Puddings.
Rread and Butter.
Berries. Wafers. Teu.
In the culture of self, a lesFon ol
paramount Importance Is absolute'mas?
tery of temper. If children were early
taught by parents the supreme Impor?
tance of conquering their tempers and
developing a sweet, sympathetic and
cheerful spirit, they would receive a
richer dower than wealth could buy.
Let ub learn how to live in harmony
with all that Is pure, noble and uplift
"THE NKW BOY."?This roaring
comedy which Is in the hands of a re?
markably clever company, will he pre?
sented at the Academy of Music next
Monday Sight only. The Austin States?
"One of the cleverest shows of the sea?
son was at Milieu's Opera House last
night in the appearance of "The New
Boy" Company. From the opening to
the closing act the house was a perfect
ripple of laughter. This testimonial to
the merits of the performance as a
laugh producer dltl no! come from the
gallery, which is generally the origi?
nator of such testimonials, but II came
from the parquet and dress circle. The
laughter was of that subdued but pro?
nounced tone that b< tokens the hearty
enjoyment of those from whom It ema?
nated. Never In the history of "the
Opera Rouse has such a thoroughly
amused audience been within Us walls.
"The play was In the hands of a re?
markably clever company in every par?
ticular. Bert Coote took tin- part of the
'New Boy." and made a success most
pronounced out of this character, which
is not unlike Mr. Spnulding In the 'Pri?
vate Secretary." There was not ti stick
ill the entire company. In fact, they
were all artists, and The Statesman
regrets that nil Austin did hoi witness
the performance, which would 'have
certainly pleased the most blase."
SQUSA'S PEERLESS RAN IV -The
announcement that Smisa's band-is to
play in Norfolk Interests all iriusLc
lovers. There are none who Clin resist
the. swing- of the delightful music' of
Sousa and his peerless band. Ills
marches are played wherever music Is
known and loved, and their magnetism
pervades the musical atmosphere id' the
entire country. Of' the Influence of
Sousa upon the musical growth of the
country, there- ils no question. Our
inuslc-lovlng people will doubtless
turn out in largo nuipbers to welcome
Sousa on Friday. December Lllh, when
he will give two grand concerts.
Yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock the
funeral of Nannie Louise, infant daugh?
ter of Mr. W. T. and Mrs. Nannie L.
Webb, was preached from the family
residence. No. 4-'.r> West Highland ave
There Is need of an electric light on
the yards of the Norfolk. Albemarlo
and Atlantic Railroad Company,, at
j Brnmblettin station. There Is much
I passing between Clay und Purk.ave?
nues to and from places of business on
the latter thoroughfare. In fact, this
yard Is located in the heart of Bramble
ton, the Very centre of business activi?
ty. The company's buildings on this
property are so situated as to obstruct
the lights thai would otherwise shine
on the yards. Hamlln avenue lies
alongside the excavation occupied by
the turntable. Persons walking, or
driving, that way might at any time
of a dark night tumble headlong Into
this pit and in- s.-riously damaged, it
requires a light to reflect at this point
and others on this property for safe
passage, at night. The electric lights
already in the neighborhood can do no
good at this point. That part of the
Norfolk Street Company's electric line
along Clay avenue, from McKendreo
Church to Bramble ton avenue, is in pre?
cisely the same IIX as to the need of
light; Molorinen can't see ahead of
the cars half the tine-, when the nights
are dark, and man or beast may at any
time he run Into, and all owing to faul?
ty lights. An electric light properly
located would fully accomplish all the
purposes herein indicated. Let there
A splendid marriage at Festival Hall
last nicht at '." o'clock. Who were the
parties? The reporter did not know,
it was the "Gypsy Wedding." under
auspices of the Young People's Union
of Park Avenue Baptist Church, direct?
ed by fir. L. R. Chiles?an affair of uni?
que grace and transplendent brilliancy.
A large audience witnessed it with
great delight. There will be three en?
tertainments given next week?Tues?
day. Thursday and Friday nights?and
then Exposition exit.
Electric lights would be the very
thing for this town. There Is talk of
having them here before long.
The walls of two new school buildings
are going up in Fourth ward Just across
the line from 11untersvllle, yet higher
and higher day by day.
Rev. \V. S. Leako married Mr. Ash
ton Turner and Miss Rena Dozier at the
pnntorlum . tm (mtten street. Thursday
night at 8:30 o'clock. They will make
their home in this town.
EDENTON, N. C.
The services nt the Bnptlst Church
last night were conducted by Mr. Achen?
The entertainment given last night
by St. Mary's Guild was a success llnan
Clally, and ns an entertainment.
Sonn- of our merchants have com?
menced to display their holiday goods.
The weather Is pretty and cold.
owing to the absence of Rev. J. F..
While, pastor of the Baptist Church,
who Is attending the Baptist Slate Con?
vention at Greensboro. N. C, there will
be no preaching at the Baptist Church
"I have used Hood's Pills and recom?
mend the'm to be Just as they are adver?
tised. I would not be without them In
the house."?Cora N. Vnrney, Stony Man,
1 HOOD'S PILLS cure bllllousnesa.
(At all grocery stores two sizes of Ivory Soap arc sold; one that costs
five cents n cake, ami a larger size. The larger cake is the more con?
venient dud economical for laundry and general household use. If your
Grocer is out ol'(it, insist on his getting it for you.
Thc Pnocicn fi. CUuoil Co.. Ciicyi. 1
The American Liner Npiv Yortt Kails
Newport Newa, Va., Dec. G,'? (Spe?
cial.)?The New York sails lo-duy af?
ter receiving a thorough overhauling
t<> her shaft propel|ors, new rivci'.s,
ami two coats of paint on her hull.
The steamship Theodor h'lcher clear?
ed to-day for (leestemund, ileViuany,
With over one million oak slaves for the
Standard nil Company.
.Mr. Brost, of Luray. Va., and Mrs.
Host and son. of Washington, are the
true us of Mi'... K Inter, on Tweniy
Mr. Eil. Eubank, chief clerk of the
dustom house, returns from Klchini.md
to-day. where he has been attending
the Masonic meeting.
ItcV. Mr. W'ruy addressed the ICp
worth League on Thursday nigh I from
a religious, moral and social stand?
point, thus throwing new> light on the
work. Mrs. Mlley. a member of the
W. C. T. U., also of the Kpworth League
in Norfolk, added her testimony, with a
few appropriate remarks.
Mr. Taylor Ham, of Norfolk, Va., was
in the city yesterday.
Mr. Didleblir, representing Na.thtvi
Rohr ?fc Co.. was In the city yesterday.
Charles \V. Todd, superintendent for
Bradst reels Mcicuutile Agency, of Nor?
folk. Vu.. wus in tho city yesterday.
M. H. Ciowell. agt.nt for the Old Do?
minion "Hteamshlp Company, of Nor?
folk, spent yesterday in the city.
Mr. Harding er.'.ertalnnil a few of his
bachelor friends; al whb.t last night.
Mr. Harding will give, a seri? - of
games I his season,
Mrs. E. M. llraxton hns returned from
a visit to her father. Judge [fuller,
at her oldi home In Raleigh, N. C.
XV. -S. ituntiy'm Mysterious IHsuppcnr
Eiedericksburg, Va.-, Dop. ?.?(Spe?
cial.)?The mystery surrounding tin- dis?
appearance on Sunday night-of W. S,
llnney, a respectable-merchunt of Pred
erlcksbtirg, has at last been aired; if the
statement of his relatives here) an- to
be relied upon. Your correspondent In?
terviewed J. \V. Musters, a. relative of
Mr. Ilaney, to-night, and learned thai
the latter has been at -the home of
his parents, in Stafford, since Tuesday
night, although the messenger -who
brought this informal Ion had not seen
the missing merchant or ascertained
where he hud spent the two days fol?
lowing his disappearance. Some are In?
clined lo believe this report, while others
look upon It as a. hoax on the part of
Hariey's parents to hush the matter up
and put an end lo slanderous gossip.
If you have dyspepsia, indigestion,
habitual constipation or sick headache,
don't diet. Vou need the strength that
good food Rives. Eat whatever you
want, but lake one of
after meals until cured. If you arc constipated
gel bottle with v. hitc label,otherwise with yellow,
AttUdraggisii.?jc?ali. CnJtici for fico maple,
DR. J. A. DEANS CO..
Kingston. New York.
On ivory and Porcelain. PORTRAITS
In oil, Pastel, Water Color or Crayon
from life or photograph.
STUDIO?SI Itnddlngton Building.
ART CLASSES- -Norfolk College.
MRS. JENNIE DELONY RICK.
Irwin's Twin City Express.
W. T. Irwin A Co., Sroprietors.
DFKICE?1?S-, WATER ST., Norfolk. Va.
Ample facilities for hauling anything to
and from anywhere In the three cities. Tel?
ephone No. 6. CHARGES REASONA?
BLE. Moving Furniture and Pianos a
An- stocked Willi |;>)<> Im luitl filled will,
pirHoiuctti win> uro delighted with thu
?looks and ptlascd wliii Diu prices.
OWU VA1UETV OF
Cloaks and Capes!
was Rinall inii week for the large II.10?
wc- ukii Illy nurry, imt we have received
fresh supplies by steamer und cxpresa,
mill our stock now Is the largest, llnost
and cheapest wo have evor li.nl
Kos. 9? ami rear ol "2, 9 4,
96, 08, 100 =ukl 102
AT THE B?TT0U1?FIF
Many people do not stop to con
Hlder 1 ha l I lu- ?OTTOM of thrlr
feel must be as well titled as the
The "New Woman"
$3 Hand-Made Shoe_,
Is especially il ruft til to meal uvcry
requirement, and on this new shoe
We propose to know you for Jl whul
you expected for a gr?al deal man
Made In l.aei- ami Mutton, wllh en
tension edges; all sizes andauy-wldi
from A lo I-:
GENTLEMEN S HOLIDAY SLIPPERS!
In endless variety?Note these
Fine Velv 1 Embroidery.
Tail. Wine and BUn-k Goat Skill.Jl.W
Elastic Side Calf ?fan Sllpp.rs.1l.f1
Persian Ooat, Columbian Cut iin-\y). ..j-.Ot
uid Cent's Comfort*, strictly soft and
(?ber attractions In every depart
mem lor Men. Women und Chil?
dren. The Po| ular Priced, L'p-io
164 Main SI., 220 High St.,
SASH, DOORS, BLIMDSn
m builders' hard wars,
faint., oils, brusbe;.
Polist] Plate and Winuow Glass,
LONGMAN * MAIM INIM? I'UKIS
ItKAlH-MIXKi) PAINT-;. F.VBItY
GALLON BOLD IINULl: A DIND?
COOKE, CLARK & CO
Iteiiul Ifill Cold I'liper .,r. Her |ili-i-r up.
P* per UnuirnV lari:?- ttinilde Ijoam now rotuly lur
Ks? tr.i.lr. fri.i- >l,00.
Ohas, w.n. ku.l?::, 123.'' Filbert St. Piiiia.,p*.
For OverFifty Years
SOOTH IMG SYRUP
has brcn used for cMliiri.. ;rUUo teething.
It soothes t!--.- e|uid, solie.i.l >.t>o gums, al?
lays all pain, cures wind c?l'C, regulates
the stonioch and bowels, and is the best
remedy for dlarrhOCS.. Twenty-live cents
a bottle. Sold by all druggists througho.:!
Few Items of a Roomfull.
Hare's "Bible Gallery."
Milton's "Pliradlse Lost."
Dante's "Purgatory and Paradise.
$1; edition, ?Sc. JI.25 express paid to any
Our Art Department Is Illicit, with beau?
tiful pictures, at special prices for the
Nusbaum's, 128 Main Street.
Men's Overcoats?Just come,
and Black Kersey Coats .
?Extra lone-, extra fine Irish Frieze Overcoats,
double breasted, made for heavy weather.
These are the new Munster Coats that you
you won't see anywhere else ....
Medium Weight Overcoats, Light and
Dark Colors ... . . . .
Men'? Swits Conde. Undershirts and Draw?
ers, perfect goods: a job, and much
below. All sizes.
?/Wen's Fine Natural Wool Shirts and Draw
iyt eis. A special sale,.
?Mother's Friend Patent Boys' Shirt Waists.
(h Closing out,.
(giMEN'S GLOVES? No stock in the city, we can safely!
say, compares with ours. We have almost every
thing in Gloves.
MENS DRESS SUITS FOR HIRE.
HIGH CLASS TAILORING.
AIODERATI ;E$. *
I THE BIG FAILURE
Of the well-known clothing house of H. A. Hazle
ton & Go., of 626 Broadway, New York, has proved a
blessing to our customers, We bought the stock at the
sheriffs sale--\ve bought it cheap. It's all this season's
goods?and we are hustling it out, too, at a lively pace.
U's all our extra salesmen can do to wait on the crowd
We. wish to notify all ladies that they will get betten.atf
tention if they call in the morning, as we are terribly
?rushed in the afternoon.
?2.00 4 IiIIiIim-h'h Nit 11.;. HUc
92..10 ?Illlldrun'N Null*.Si 20
Hii.uodiildrvn'n Nnim. 1 no
M en-is a 11:11s niiU \ ??-.(?.. 1 AO
Moii'h nuiih.,.2 no
Heii'x < ii-.hiiik'i'c i'iiiiin. 1 no
.Moii'n Itlucli null III m- Pur?1
Wiiul Cheviot ??until. 1 OO
Moii*n i ii? 111 (I lliin l?' ? iisil
mvrc fa ms. a OO
Nn\v.\?!t.'*h t'liMttimnre FiiiiIh. a SB
Men-* tiny no is no nuiih.o no
Voiittu' .Mcii'n Double mill Mil
Kl?n sti i-asi, .1 Nultft. :? 40
40.00 M?ii'?NmIIm lot-. 4 OO
$12 .M.-ir* Insslinerc Null? Vor... a 00
8? Voiiiik Men's NiiIIm (or. it HO
02O Mcii'h Ovci-ooalu, Motion, |j
It .->-,<??..'..do 00
(117 Bin port vcl <Jci-muuli? Over*
. trtialH. 7 50'
$in Freuen ni.u k cheviot ?v
l'i*l'i,:ils . O 50 ?
910 oxturd Mixe?! lOvcrconta... 4 79.
Children'!* Cociluroy Knee
I'uiitN. . 42c
Chlldi-uii'm Cusalnivro Knco
INiuIn -.. 10c>
t'htlllien'H Ntllctly All-Woo!
NllilH. i OO
? Ii i !(i rou'H Deep Cnpc Over* -
<-<>:i t s.1 40 1
I'hllilrcn'H Odd C'onli.i. 50c
I 39 Maim Street
We sell the GENUINE FIBRE CHAMOIS !
And r -commend li as Ihc most satisfactory interlining in the mar?
ket. 11 is endorsed by the best dressmakers and ladies' tailors all
over the world.
No. IO--LIGHT--For Silk Waist and Light Dress Goods.
No. 20?.MEDIUM--F01- Cloth Sleeves and LIEht Skirts.
No. 30--HEAVY?For Skirts and Capes, Cloaks, etc.
To be GENUINE every yard must be stamped FIBRE CHAMOIS.
Imitations do not give satisfaction, therefore we do not handle them.
Only good linings at right prices has built up our immense trade irr ?
this Special Department.
REITER StVllTH & co.
are the Shrewdest
Here's our way of finding them. We've gone ?
? over our stock and find 28 bicycles and tricycles |.
? all in iirst-class condition, but slightly shopworn,0
? we're going to sacrifice
f These Bicycles, 1
And the first 28 buyers who are looking out<
for a suitable Christmas present at a bargain thafc
will please the children lots more than anything
else, had better call quickly at
s 87 Main St.
% We're exclusive agents for Juvenile '?Crescents" atid have
tlicm all price-. Terms to suit everybody.
Pabst Milwaukee Beer.
iB?Kr. 507, 7a BETTZ'S ALE ID PORTE? ?>?
_ ALI. EXPOSITIONS..'
I uro lK?r brnneU fMtOf
PottUil expresily fo' fiiiiue*,
J. El. FULFORD, Sole Agent,
4ar6i>ecl?llMllToxr far Private FanlU?: - . ?',: ,