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Offers s Resolution, for Discharge of Wm.
Wilson, Custodian of Senate Property.
SEVERELY SAT UPON BY HIS COLLEAGUE J
Senator Jtcl'ltiro Hep.. Mnkt-h II Im
i Foci VhcomlOrlnblo?The Sltnorlly
?iui nt Ilnriiionlous ns TSicy Might
iii Tito Xew Battleships-suicide
or rui\ it. 3i. picithnnts.
Richmond, Va., Dec. 10.?(Speelnl)
In the Senate to-day occurred the lirst
.Interesting debate of this session. Mr.
'Flanagan (Rep.), of Pohulun, offered
a resolution setting forth thnt William
Wilson, the old and faithful custodian
of Ina Senate's property, was one of the
judges convicted of committing' fraud
at Smither's Precinct, and providing
for his discharge. He spoke briefly,
urging the adoption of his paper. Seve?
ral Democrats were ready to reply, but
Senator McCune (Rep.), who Is the suc?
cessor of Mr. Walton, was recognized,]
and opposed the resolution. He went
lor Mr. Flanagan In great shape, and
made him feel uncomfortable. Mr. Mc
Cune took the ground that if Mr. Wilson |
had done wrong he was in no worse
position than many others, and that
the Offense did not justify the proposed |
Section. Senator Flanagan was the only
personwko voted for tho resolution,
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The fact that Senator McCune took I
Issue with his Republican colleague is |
Interesting. It shows that the minority
are not ns harmonious as they might
he. It is no secret that some of (lie
nntl- Democrats think Mr. Flanagan I
Is trying too hard to become their I
leader. This probably accounts for
.what occurred to-day. Mr. Flanagan I
appears to bo more strongly partisan
than any member of the opposition,
the most of ?whom arc very conservative
and are in good favor with the Demo?
crats. Some of tlie anti-Democrats ad?
mit that they fear the result of Mr.
Flanagan's radical course.
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Mr. Barnes offered in ihe Senate to
tiay a resolution memorializing the Sec
I'etavy of the Navy to award the con?
tract for building two of the proposed
Hew navnl vessels to the company at
-Newport News, that bid the lowest for
the work, lie spoke in advocacy of
Iiis resolution. Which was seconded by
Mr. Wickham in a most able address.
Mr. Wlckhnm said it would be a shame
for this con I met to be refused the Vir?
ginia company and lie believed it lo be
. the duty of every true citizen of tills
State to exert Ilia influence to the end
that the lowest bid may not be rejected.
Tho resolution passed without a dls
'. sentlng voice and will go to the House
to-morrow. The Secretary of Navy is
? asked also to name one of the vessels
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The House bad a very brief session
? ;'to-day. A few unimportant bills were
^Introduced and some were passed. One
??bill of considerable interest was offer
??cd by Mr. Cooko. It provides that In
lJ divll cases where nine Jurors agree
? upon a verdict It shall he a legal vcr
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Several, of the House Committees
iheld meetings and fixed dates for their
?regular gatherings. The Finance
^Committee will meet on Tuesdays,
| .Thursday, and Saturdays.
Notice of contest was presented In
'?.?'the <c*ase of Hudson (Dein.) against
?'Keesee (Pop.). Tho first contested case
jgthei House will take up will be that of
Koiner vs. Simms, probably.
?-?';, Papers In the contested election ense
tt-iot Parrlsh vs. Flanagan were present?
ed to the Senate to-day. They were ro?
il if er red to the Committee on Privileges
I and Elections. Mr. Flanagan tried to
'. Slave a special committee appointed to
I consider tills contest, but the motion
Avas voted down.
? To-morrow night the Senate Vnd
> House committees on ft fiance will meet
Jointly to consider plans for rebuilding
? the University of Virginia.
There Is talk of tho resignation of
i?-/Judge Peek, of Ellabeth City County
j, Court. Tn thnt event Major Baker P.
I Lee will be asked to become a candidate
/''for the vacancy.
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!?;' The Senate Committee on Privileges
if; and Elections Is believed to be largely
^Opposed to any material change in the
? election laws, but the House commlt
g'tee is of doubtful quality.
V. Senator Maynard offered n resolution
8g to amend tho charter of the River Front
1 Railway Company so as lo provide
J'.that work shall begin within four
'^years from March 3, .180!. and he com
&pleted within six years. Delegate
|g Cooke introduced one extending the
aK?the -for building the Virginia Sca
|ftboard and Western Railroad. A bill
&ttntroduc?.'d by Delegate Mathews re
te'jpeals the act imposing a license on
^.-dealers in enst oft" clothing In Aceo
?roac, and another by same gentleman
^?prohibits horses and mules from run
"S^nig at large in the public roads of Ae
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m Mr. R. Monkur Pleasants, a very pop
^'.talar young insurance man here, and a
?f-'oon of Dr. ,7. M. Pleasnnts, of Peters
Ig/burg. died last night from the effects
i??Of a big dose- of laudanum taken prob
jgjjably with suicidal intent. It Is n very
$;ead case. Mr. Pleasants was only twen
jity-tlvo years of age.
|i Judge W. W. Old. of Norfolk, Is here
on professional business.
If has just leaked nut that T-ee Camp
J:'ot Confederate Veterans, last Friday
rSi'nlght voted to exclude Picked Camp
sifrom meeting In their new hall. Rome
"lOf the influential members of Lee Camp
^.Jjad Invited the Plekett veterans to use
';the new hall and the ^ontrnct had been
'prepared. The question came up. on
:he adoption or rejection of the contract
trid it was voted down. The Piekett
en are very much aggrieved nt this
?nt?ont, but ore not disposed to take
ly formal notice nf the matter.
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)Jfr. Thomas J. Todd, In n statement
prepared for publication, says he was in
tvor of compromising the suit Miss
"Vson brought against himself and
(fe. but Rev. Dr. Hatcher and friends
Juld not agree to tt. Mr. Todd says
^ intends tn pay u large part of Ihe
idgment ami will not allow Dr. Hatch
";to sacrifice his residence.
A petition was in circulation In the
;country this week nddressed to Con
ressnian Eltelt. It asks the Congress
from this district to set before-'!
Congress the project of purchasing the
bal?ertolda or Seven Pines and estab?
lishing there a National Park. Tho pe?
tition will probably be forwarded to?
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The House Committee on Privileges
and Elections this evening voted to un?
seat Woods (Pop.), of l'itisykyania, and
seat White (Dein.).
NEW NAVY-YARD RULES.
Tlioy Heinle to Ihe (ioveminciit of
A special to the Baltimore Sun says:
Seer eta it Herbert frits established
some new and important rules for the
government of civilian employes of
navy-yards, lie has approved the re?
commendations of changes In tho pre?
vailing system made by a board whloh
has been in session since lar.l June,
and which consisted of Llcuttenant
Commander h. H. C.'Leutz, Lieutenant
Commander Andrew Dunlap, Chier En?
gineer J. H. Perry, Paymaster A. K.
Mlchler. and Naval Constructor D. W.
Taylor. The board has gathered much
information of the practices In vogue
at tho yard shops. It reported thai
the conduct of work and the muster?
ing of men wore already fairly uniform
and in accordance With regulations.
The report on the subject suys:
"It is thought that an additional slm
plo safeguard should be provided for
the check-box records by requiring that
the check boards from which the checks
lire taken be kept locked and opened
by the person In charge at the box llf
tecn minutes before the hour of going
lo work This will prevent the fulalfl
eatlon of records by collusion between
No change is suggested In Ihe method
of payment and 'the Identification ol
men, although some provision I? recom?
mended Tor Intermediate payment::
which are sometimes necessary Tin
board found a great diversity of prac?
tice In the forms of pay-rolls und I hi
methods used in obtaining und record?
ing tho cost of work.and reports In re?
gard lo the latter. The board submit?
ted it uniform system of forms, which
it considers more simple than those
In current use. and lending directly
up to the permanent records < f cost ,.>r
work or monthly report:; required lo
In records concerning labor at nuvy
yards there are two principal objects
to be attained. First, sulliclenl Infor?
mation mint be obtained In detail und
recorded systematically to enable pay?
rolls to be prepared, und second, detail?
ed Information must also be recorded
and handled systematically to enable
the cost of work to ho permanently re?
corded in such forms as are found niosl
convenient. The board adds: "It does
not follow thnt the results above should
be obtained from the same original data
as regards labor, but It Is deslrnhlc to
reduce the amount of original data re?
corded as much as Is consistent with
safeguarding the Governmi nt ami de?
termining the eost of work in proper
detail. It in of the utmost Importance
that as many safeguards ns possible
should be thrown around the original
data fronr which pay-rolls are finally
determined, and also that each step
in the preparation of pay-rolls should
have some means by Which il may be
checked, In order thnt the accuracy or
the final result?tho pay-roll?may be
In lite system proposed by tho board
this result Is obtained. Substantially
the present system laid down In regu?
lations Is used to obtain the necessary
Information for entries Into .the ofllco
time-books. The thu--book'. Itself is
checked dally from another set of en?
tries used primarily for the cost no
count, and a cheek is obtained upon the
pny-rolls from ihe . record of cost of
work. The semi-monthly pay-roll is
simply a copy of certain columns In
the time book, thus reducing clerical
labor requiring to prepare Ihe pay-rolls
and enabling tho.otiie. time-book 10
lake the place of any otllce copy of the
pay-roll. A form of monthly report to
lie made to the bureau Is a slmpllllcn
(Ion of the existing method and give?
all needed Information ol name, trade,
cluss and pay of every employe at ho
great cos! Of clerical work.
The new cosl account, which is an
Important feature of ulllclnl records, is
to bo founded on the foreman's pocket
time-book, which gives n daily roe.nil
of each Job which every man under the
foreman has worked upon. In oases of
departments employing a largo number
of men. the entries In the foreman's
lime-books should bo collected Into n
character of work bonk by tinn keep?
ers. Where but few men nre employed,
the character of work hook Is unne'efjs
Heart Disease Cured
By Dr. Allies' Heart Cure.
Fainting, Weak or Hungry ?ii"ils. Irrocu
lar or Intermittent Pulse, Fluttering or Pal?
pitation, Choking Sensation, Short ucss of
Hreath, Swelling of Feet and Ankles, aro
symptoms of a diseased or Weal; Heart.
MI'S. N. C. MILLER.
Of Fort Wayne. Ind., writes on Nov. SO. 1891:
"I was afflicted for forty years with ue:irt
trouble and suffered untold asony. I had
weak, hungry spoils, aud my heart, would
palpitate so hard, the pain would be so acute
and torturing, that I became so weak and
nervous I could not sleep. I was treated by
several physicians without relief and cave
upeverbeine weil acaia. About two years
ago I commenced u=in;; Dr. Miles'Remedies.
One bottlo of tho Heart Cure stopped all
heart troubles and the Restorative Nervine
did the rest.and now i sleep soundly ami at?
tend to my household ami social duties with?
out any trouble.
Sold by druggists. Book sent free. Address
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Klkbarl, Ind.
Dr. Miles' Uemcdics llcstorc Health.
sary, and the foreman's pocket time
books are to he used Instead. .The lirst
stei> from the foreman's llme-bookH or
character of work-books depends upon
the class of work. In some cuses tho
work b"hi(x done In a department Is
stich that 11 Is desirable to know the
cost of each class of labor for' every
job. This Is particularly the case where
a number of different classes of labor
are employed under one department
and where the Jobs are of a diversified
nature, including new contrucilm,
manufacture and repair. On the other
hand, In sonic oases it Is unnecessary
lo classify tin? labor In sucli detuli.
For Instance, in the ordnance depart?
ment at the Washington navy-yard the
work consists of manufacture alone,
and by far the lurgosl amount of labor
Is machinists' labor; hence a record
of the total cost ff labor of each Job
Is thought sufficient in this department
on the Washington navy-yard.
The board described In detail the
means by which it proposes lo obtain
the records outlined uji neivssnry. It
provides In Its system a monthly rou?
tine report from each yard for each
bureau In Washington showing the ob?
jects lipon which the monthly allot?
ment of money was expended and the
amount of expenditure upon each ob?
ject. Fach bureau is to prepare its form
for this report, as It Is not practicable
to tnak" one form which will meet
Ihe needs of all bureaus. Special re?
ports or rnst ami new construction, de?
tailed cost of particular jobs. etc.. are
not to be made unless Called for. The
board provides for :i complete record
of the cost of material of euch job by
(ierthln Btuh requisitions, which are re?
turned lo the head of department by
Ihe general storekeeper By growing
these all necessary Information .is to
total cost of material for monthly re?
ports is readily obtained.
Kol lee <<> Mariners*
The l.lghl-llouso Board gives notice
thai tin- Whistling htioy thnt on Octo?
ber 2d was placed ior experimental
purposes it hon I 75 feel \V. N.W. from the
Oodney channel Whistling buoy, en?
trance'to New Yoik lower bay. is tem?
porarily for repairs, and will be re?
placed IIS soon as practicable.
Also, that on December fit It, the color
of the spar buoy marking Newfound?
land reef channel Into Greenwich Cove,
Conn., was Changed Iron: red und black
horizontal stripes to all red, and the
buoy marked No. t.
tin the samo day the number of the
red spur buoy marking Cormorant
reef, channel Into Crfcnwlch Cove.
Conn.; from the Westward, was changed
frotn No. I to No. -Jij.
Casioria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
und Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other;Narcotic substance. It is a harmless.substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea
?the Mother^ Friend,
"Cnstorlalsso well adapted Inclilldrenlliat
I recommend It as superior loony prescription
known to iiio." II. a. Ancnca, M. i>.,
ill So. Oxford si., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Tim use of 1 Castoria' is so universal iiud
Its merits so well known that It, seems a work
nf supererogation to endorse It. Few are tlio
Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach."'
C&nLos SUanx, b. P.,
New York City.
Cnstorln euros Colic, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes d!?
Without injurious medication.
"For several years I hnve recommended
'Castoria,1 nml shall always continue to do
so, ns it lias Invariably produced beneficial
Edwin- F. PakDCE, 51. P.,
IJ?lh Street nud Tib Ave., New York City.
Tni: CcxTAt n Company, 77 MvaaAT Stiieet, New ohk City.
- ?* Open Daily, 8 A. M.-12 P. Wl
Church and Bute Streets.
VAN TELBURG HOFMAN, Manager.
Sunday, 6 P. M.
Hours Reserved for Ladles, FRIDAY, 9 A. M.-4 P. M
Kiel-body dolls, bisque bend, moving
yes, 26c., 50c, 75c, und $1 each.
Silver pin trays, 10c, 26c.
Silver pin boxes, 10c, 25c, 50c
Silver Jewel bOXOS, glass top, 50c,
5c. t>Sc, $\AS.
Cltlt jewel boxes, glass top, $1.50 each.
Silver Jewel boxes, glass lop, double.
lib handle. 75c each.
Silver photo' boxes, $1.40.
Large llllgree silver toilet bottles, 2.r>c.
Silver collar boxes, $1.70 each.
Silver cuft boxes, $1.9S each.
Silver Ink blotters, 25c. each.
Silver orange cups, Me. each.
Silver calenders, 25c each.
Silver smoking sets. I! pieces. $1.25
Hose wood smoklng-tahlcs. stands :i
feet high. Tl contains cigar holders,
sogar cutter, tobacco cup, match cup,
nahe cup, $1.50 each.
Moon shape mirrors, with silver trim?
ming, 16c., 23c, 50c.
Silver ink stands, large size, single.
25c; double, 350.
Pelt doll hats, all colors. 10c. each.
Mull doll caps, 10c. each.
50 different styles photo" frames, sil?
ver and gilt, 25c each.
Celluloid photo*' albums, toilet boxes,
comb, brush and glass, 7,7c. cavil.
Plush and celluloid shaving cases,
celluloid glove and handkerchief boxes,
atomizers, jewelery. pen kniVSS, silk
garlers, pocket books, fancy laces,
collars, hand mirror:.. Kid gloves, rib?
bons, velvets, muslin underwear, leath?
er boas, fur boas, ladles' and ?.cuts.'
heavy underwear, draperies, towels,
toweling, napkins, table linen, table oil
cloth, notions, blankets, bed comforts,
silk and linen handkerchiefs, corsets,
buttons, cashmere gloves, ladles', gents'
and children's hosiery, millinery, wool
shirt waists, dress linings, &c, &c.
OU) ASA RjKJST SQUARE,
WHOLESALE ?ND RET?IL BID
HEADQUARTERS MR HOLIDAY
Do you want to make your friend a Christmas Present of a FINE
LAMP. Call at the KERN FURNITURE COMPANY. Or a nice COUCH. We
have them in every style; or a Fine Piush and Cobbler Seat ROCKER,
BOOK CASES, GLASS CLOSETS or anything in the Furniture Line we will
and shall save you money.
We have just received another large shipment of our cheap
In PARLOR SUITS we can show you a large arid beautiful line,
which will be sold at the lowest margin. Jus? Received for the Holi?
days a large assortment of EASELS from 38c each up. Would be
pleased toshow you through our Immense Slock, whether you wish to
purchase or not. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
(Rye and Barley Malt.)
11 III IM
IK EST JELLY IE
JOHN W. BURROW,
142 Main Street,
HEAD OF OLD MARKET SQUARH.
? Hill Street.
Goods delivered every day in the week
also in Portsmouth, Berkley; Bramble
Ion, Atlantic Glty, etc., etc
Are Blocked with imoIs ami tilled with
i ii (ton-.i is v. no nr.- delighted With t .
mocks und pclased with the prices.
OLK VARIETY OF
a Q k & o n rf
was small la --: week .'r.r tlic largo li.ie.s
we nsn illy carry, Lut wo hHve received
fresh sup..Ii, s by stonnter and express
and our stock now is the largest, lines
and cheapest wo have ever had.
IUI J ?L
Kos. 98 and rear ul ",>, VI.
96, 98, 100 and 1?2
A GREAT REDUCTION!
ON NATIVE WINES.
tvlng n large stock of these wines. I
Offer tin m in the following red need
CS: Port, Slurry and L'utawbn 09c
' r"u"If?' ?junrl bottle, Also all
d?, ... pi I. - VVI) ? - f. ?? linlldS" u??
1 Southampton Apple Brandy. North
i 1 n!i r all? it liiii- stock oi i ml VV'll ?
S and Imported Brandl < and Wines or
own Importation. American Lhiiin
rnes a specialty. All at my usual low
E. VANCE, Liquor Dealer
No. S3 Commercial I'lace.
For Over-Fifty Years
SOOTH IMG SYRUP
lias been used for chilercd wtiJo teething
It SOOtheS (!?? '-mid, SOUS 1.1 'AO JtUthS, ill
la.', till pain, euren wind co. .?. regulates
the giomnch ai d bowels, niVtl is the bcsl
remod) for dlairho'er.. Twenty-liVo cents
? a bottle. Sold by all druggists throucuo.'.:
I the world.
AfCTIOX SALES?FUTURE DAY.
By J. ii. Valentine, General Auctioneer;
B. It. MORRIS; Assistant, 3s Bunk st.
I auge stock op furniture,
7',.t;-i,,u',CTS- i box safio, ETC.; at
AUCTION.?Wo will sell for account of a
party retiring from business, at 213
phui-cli street, on WEDNESDAY morn
December the 11th. commencing at
10:3Uo clock, all the stock contained there?
in, consisting of a general assortment of
Furniture of all kinds. Carpets, Bugs,
Matting, Pictures, Crockery, Glassware,
Mows, Iron Safe, Desks, Sewing .Ma?
chines, bine Mirrors, Etc. Sale positive.
J. II. .VALENTINE,
de!0-2t R. R. MOBBIS, Assistant.
trustee's sale of berkley
By virtue of the provisions contained in
j certain deed of trust, dated January 7,
ism, executed to nie by a. b. Kearney ami
wife, and at the request of the creditor
therein secured, I shall offer for sale at
public auction, at the courthouse of Nor?
folk county. In the city of Portsmouth.
Va., on TLBS DAY, the 17th day of De?
cember, isT>, at 12 o'clock m., the fol
< lowing property, to-wit:
A Lb that certain lot of
land, with the Improvements, situate
on the west side of A street, on plan of
I Moulrlunl, said lot huving a frontage of!
tu feet on said A street'and extends back
of Unit width, in length or depth, about UO
feet. The improvements consist of a
double frame tenement building with three
rooms in euch end. This property will
bo sold subject to a trust held by the trus?
tee of the International Building Asso?
ciation of Washington, D. C.
l. m. SILVESTER,
Uy Win. M. Hannah, Auctioneer.
Uy virtue of n decree entered on the
2Hlh day of November, ly'.'."i. in the Court
I of Law and Chancery for the city of Nor?
folk. In a certain suit therein now oe
peniling, under the style of Fanny Guy,
et als., vs. Untile Cray, Infant, et als.,
the undersigned Special Commissioner
Will offer for sale at the Pout Estate Ex?
change, In the eity of Norfolk, on tho
12th doy of December. IS95, at 12 o'clock,
tn.. the following property? To-wlt: ?
ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT OF LAND.
with Improvements thereon, situate and
being on the East side of Magazine lane,
fronting then-op. 23 feel and running back
between parallel line toward Oranby
street extended one hundred and ten feet.
W. R. BARTON.
W.U. M. HANNAH,
I hereby certify that the bond required
J by the above m< utloned decree has been,
j executed. JUN1US A. COLEMAN,
1 leputy Clerk.
By virtue of an assignment dated No
vember 20. IS95, from Bella liofflin to
me, 1 have taken charge of the property
therein conveyed, at No. 162 Main street,
Norfolk. Va.. and I lie books of account of
said Bella Hotriiit. I shall continue to
sell the goods in said store al retail until
.further notice. .Ml persons Indebted to
! said Ib lla llolflln will make payment
to me, or to Mi. L. I.oclmian. st said
store. All creditors Of said Bella Hof
tlln will file their claims with nie. duly
ivorn to within the re-xi ninety days.
DAVID ADELSDi iRF,
it i:ii: I s i i i t: t <: i.v i s.
FINE LOTS F?R oBLB
PRICE FROM tlOO TO %'M EACH.
TF.HMS?One-third ..-.sh: balance In 1
and 2 years, with i: per cent, interest.
H. L. PAGE & CO.,
Sole Agents, No. 10 Bank st.,
MTI.E PERFECT. NORFOLK, VA.
5 " Laf ferty's }
J Complete Flour." t
The Color is a bril- 4
( liailt white. Nutty P
It has NO woody fiber, bran. \
in it. It makes beautiful bread. 9
II is very rich, near 300 times A
the best flour in the elements j.
Ihn I nourish the BRAIN, Ihe ^
DIGESTIVE FLUIDS, the A
TEETH nnd DONct:, Consli- \
lion, brain fatigue, indigestion, y
Irritable stcuiacli and dyspep- A
sin, caused by underfed and \
starved organisms, arc cured y
by Iho simple nnd sensiblble /
, process of supplying Hie needed \
$ nourishment lo BRAIN,NERVE, 9
A UlLfc, BONE. Tim healthy
\ ought lo use it to escape these
V diseases. It has been tested by
A official analysis and by use.
K \\ e have heap? on heaps of let- .
Q t : a i .?? IIf3 In?; >'': merits. 'i do 0
\ THEORY is mmliilucil by actual T
u fp.s.s, A lot of "Complete Flohr"
j. knowledge mailed on request,
0 ??Complete Flour1.' Is sold in bags
\ ai d ban els. Ask your grocer lur j
A a trial bag. tl. B
\ I ... 11:., I. - M. l'.ol..,, 1HM,.,?.?.I V
Milliter MC, Hi re. Richmond.
Va.. says: "Its value would be
IIAIM? TO OVER ESTIMATE."
\ |*nr "oile Uy x
</ Taylor A-r.oynil. Xarrollc, r?. V
A .1. ?. Uriahs. !Vnrf?llt. Vn.
I? itiiiliev. Xot'ltiHi. Vn.
* .r. '/. Uhii, Norfolk. Vi?.
fV c. ty. ttiiit^ius A Co., Ports
a iiioutii, Va.
y Ithtiguorly ?V UuriBiugli,Ports
. inoiifli. tn.
P The Whittle mill Mytluor <'o.,
x itlelininixi, Va.
Few Items of a Roomfull.
Doro's "Bible Gallery."
Milton's "Purinllso Lust."
B.mte's "Purgatory and Porndlse.
$?: edition, 9So. $1..'j express paid to any
Our Arl Department Is filled with beau
tir?l pictures, at special prices for tlm
next ten days.
Nusbaum's, 128 Main Street.
Invin's Twin City Express.
VV. T. Irwin & Co., Proprietors.
|iFI'K K-l.? WATJ?1? ST., Noiiolk, V.l.
Ample facilities lor litiuling anything to
ami from nhywkcre In Hie three cllleslTci
nphone No. 8. CHARGES RE A SON A
RI.E. Moving Furnlt'ira und Pianos a