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Family Medicine of the Age.
Ta'cen Internally, It Cures
Dinrrhcea, Cramp, and Pain in the
Stoiitncb, Sore Throat, Sudilcu Colds,
Coughs, &o., &c.
Used Externally, It Cures
Cuts, Kruiscs, Bums, Scalds, Sprains,
Tootliuchc, Pain in the Face, Neu?
ralgia, Khciituatisth, Prostcd Peel.
No nrti.dp over sitalntKl to mich
An BrMcUi of KTfAt nitr.fc nnd virtue,
? e.m ticar tctitittictiy in the oflieacT of tliu
iiii-KUIrr. We linvv w>ru it s manic eil et? In
ul Ii in u' tliu MitTi'i.t leiio, r.a?l kn.,iv il lo ho a
mil ?rllol?.??mW??,, ! li,,patch.
?\ apcctly i'uni fur priln?tin family ahunl.l ba
il.- I/Vmlrnif rVniMrrlnf.
lie 1'?? ret ?uriiatm?! Ihti Pain-KIUir,
i ih?? moat vnluubl.i family medicine uu'w
P tor. r.-nl turrit: r.-t .1 mean* of removing pain,
rilH? ll.'i* nditliretl :i rcptltntina imiusI to
1 t,K-j.) ttuilg
l'. rry tlayU' I'l
?II 1? tl.se 1 1)J
ml* thr criinino
(ji'OL) TERRITORY open for llrst-closa
Solicitor Plan combines IttilidliiK
Loan und Life Inuuriirice. South lies
liiillillnc nnd Life Association, Hud
SALKSMKN?Wo will send samples ami
pay Rood salary aiid expenses, or bin
commission, to proper applicant; tcoods
hold rcudlly; experience unnecessary.
Address P. it. ISfil. N. V. city. _
WANT hi O?Good, reliable nurse to re?
main on promises. Most t.ic well re
cominct tie I. Apply at once No. 121
IVotmason street. _decS-tf
1 WANT Flvu Experienced Ilulldlux aial
Loan Solicitors well acquainted In Nor?
folk und itdjacetit towns. Will pay
Biliary unn commission. Call on W.
M. I'A Hit, at Atlantic Hotel; Norfolk
between ? and 4 p. m. ani-tf
SALESMEN--ui.- locally und one to
navil; will pay koo.I salary mid ex
pet) ? ?? ii commission; orders easily 6b
tai nod; experience unnecessary; .'or
i ami puriictiinrs address P. 0.
.' _isa. Now' York city._
SPECIAL F'OTIC ES.
BOARD -For two Single gentlemen.: sln
Stle rooms; convenient to the business
portion ul ib.- illy; < an l?- obtained by
uddltsslng "A. Ii.," this oill.-o. dolO-ll
EVER i I i ?I iv ?in search of bnrgnlhs for
Holiday Presents shoubi attend the
grand holiday sale at N IJ8KA I'M 'S. I2S
.Main street, Pictures, Ltlhles, Looks,
Art Nov-ltl. -., o|.-., -aiid at ln.lt price.
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compound?
ed. All Urugs. Patent Medicines, Toi?
let Artle.es, coin's and Tobacco. W.
1?. PHILLIPS. CK, Main street.
UOA'Rr.i.?A married couple without
children can obtain board at a low
figure by addressing '?SAFETY," Vir?
ginian olDee. de3-tf
fcj ^/'"!"'r'"'.1;"'."'T' 7>-,"p'-i:,'cl'..l?:riM.!.irfal! .:Ucr
fulxS " ; MB ? r. Ulk', Back uijr,' IluAju.'ilui.
CONS?LT I NO ELECTRICA'L ISNOI
NEER. M. A. Aceiasto, .:i I'lumo si.
MCVSf C??P? AbTiAMOnTCtlANGINO Air-,
???CM t MWCa iho l,onn:rca nail ituiuov
Inn lllomlMios.In i.vi p. i,,., ;; f?,| n atunin.
?iMhu II. Wooatmcv, i;;w.t.',IM.?N. V. SJk, V
Inventor of Weudbury'u facial tL':u>. \?<
FOR REN'I'?House S7 Ynrnioutb street,
with all modern Improvements; posses?
sion can be jtlven by the 1st of Decem?
ber. Apply to 9/ Uutc street. ho3S-tf
FOR SALI-: pi-horse power Holler ami
Engine, Sh.iftbiK, lljni;crK, Pulleys,
ItelllllK. et?.; all good as new; will In
sold low to a prompt buyer. C. V.'..
KING, ;u.t Illoll slice;. Portsmouth, Va.
Ft 'l: SALE CHEAP.?Flans and specifi?
cations for brick residence, drawn by
one of the bcsl architects in- the
Stale. Address; "Plans." this oftlee.
Btsi PiRTfiKD OflK WOOD, $S M CORD!
Sawed, split ami delivered. First qual?
ity Eirte, Nut and Stove C'onl. Also. Drv
Slab Wood. Yard und Olllce oust end
llut.' street extend -.1. 'Phono 77S.
VA. WOOD. COAL AND KMC CO.,
A. UKHMAN, Agent. MannKer.
M Its. JENNY DELONI3Y HICK
teaches nil the latest Parisian designs in
China r.i .iimc.s, '1'npcstry, Pustel. Water
Colors .m l oil Paintlims. NORFOLK
In l.ool(iti|r lor XniitN Presen(H
lie sure Id call anil see the new ti.la
received by I'ranU 11. Ghle this week.
Every day something new. anil his
prices nr.- low down. Front now i">
Xnins he wi'.l sell line dianiotVdii ami
watches utmost at cost. Cull on him
nnd knv? intiriey.
THE PLACE IS 152 MAIN STREET.
The DeilllllKl Euci-eases.
The d< ma ml increases for our Patrol
Ti' Shoe, which is so w. ii adapted ror
ib.- went her we are now having. Made
with three solid leather soles in gaiters
aiid In? i d.
Policemen, foundry men. blacksmiths
painters, ami all kinds of mechanics
Tie is. thai want an easy, broad shoe
Should call at
HELLER'S SHOE STORE,
?6 Hank street, opposite Courthouse.
The C'orrcAl Tiling.
For correct thine; in specks and eye
glasse.t cull on Dr. Week-.
Dm. Ilnritioti ?v Flrejr.
Eye. Bar, Nose und Throat. Consul?
tation Tree. 186 Main street, Norfolk.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Matters of Small Moment About the City
Very Brisfly Chronicled. j
PERSONAL AND. SOCIAL NEWS NOTES.
A Full mid Concise Itcc<ir<l <>l' tlio
Minor Lvculs of n <; nui iu^ Sen.
l>orl Illy I.aid Etarc in tlio Many
Hondo:-* or Hl? Newsiest of Nor
The schools of Iho olty closed yester?
day for the holidays.
The S. P. C. A. will put a uniformed
olilcer on duty next year.
Rev. !~au\. Jones, the evangelist, pass?
ed through the city yesterday.
The telephone cable at New Inlet, X.
C hits been put In order no a In.
Mrs. Columbia Rheu, of this city, IcH
for Baltimore hist evening to visit her
D?ring the past week William Lamb
& Co. shipped U4,412>& tons .of coal from'
B. R. Russell and G. \V. I'.eamun. of
the Uniteil Stall's flagship New York.
re at the Atlantic.
The 01 ?'i mminent at the Kinder?
garten', iso Bitte street. Thursday af?
ternoon, was an enjoyable event.
Mr. arid Mrs. John Graves arid Miss
Lucy Graves, of? Hamilton avenue,
i ".hint, wont to Baltimore last night.
Mr. James Godwin, while driving In
the Oily Park a day or two ngo, was
thrown from his sulky, break big his
Julius Rnuch. a native ()f Germany,
was granted his naturalization ptt
by the United Slates Court yes?
The American shin Joseph M. Thoni
s. cleared for Honolulu yesterday
with 2.0?! tons of coal for the Fulled
A lire in the neighborhood of Pin?
ner's Point Illuminated the water fron)
last night, No communication could be
obtained with tin- "Point."
Thomas Mackey. colored, was ar?
rested by Officers Snyder and Curtis
last night on suspicion of st> kling a
cat which ho was oflerlng to sell.
Mr. Patrick Gordan. of this city, who
Is a student at the University College
of Medicine at Richmond, has arrived
home'to spend Christmas.
Several of the tench ra nnd ri number
? .f He- pupil-; of the Norfolk Colletre for
V/Ounlr Ladies ljnve left for their i?
.pectlve hont 'S to spend the holldavs.
Mr. Joseph i*. Sprnlll, who has been
? . milned to his hcM-. No. Rank
''??Irret, by sickness, for tlio past ten
i'.tys. was considered much worse yes?
Joseph Jacobs, a dealer In second?
hand clothing "ii Comhioreial Place,
was arrested yestferdny, charged with
receiving stolen goods, lie was bail?
ed for his app a ra in in court;
Mr. W. T. White, while coming ashore
i"v,,ii| an Kurdish vessel at Lnmhvrt's
Point last night, stepped overbotirdj but
was rescued by the mate of the ves?
sel, lie was In the water about half
The rendezvous on the receiving
ship Franklin has been thrown open,
ami men an- wanted for enlistment In
all (.'red. I to till up the ships of the
North Atlantic equaclroh before 'the
Dvron c, DbxU r continues to improve,
ami it Is believed will he able to ap?
pear berofe the Police Court in the <-x
aniinitllon of Messrs. Mprltz and Itririt
hier on the chute - of feloniously out
ling him last Saturday night;
William Miller, a white boy, was ar?
rested in Atlantic t?ty yesterday nf
Krubori by Ofllcer Rrown. charged
?Ith throwing missiles in the ptrei t. It
Is said that the officer put ?'nippet!.''
on him to bring him to the station.
Among Our Cot ton Hen.
Threatening, warmer weather In cot?
Spot cotton In Liverpool declined
L-22t).: market for future oortt-nots v*.n>
?-?;:? I and Irregular yesterday; de
clliicd points, then declined -? -
points, closing firm, partially 1-64 ths de?
Par silver in London "u' -d.: advitn-ce
Tie- sales of cotton iu Liverpool last
week were OS.OO0 bales, against 59.000
hales last year and 711,000 ha! s in I ?>::;.
New York contract market very ac?
tive ami Irregular. Values flucttti led
very rapidly, sales reaching !lr,3,S00
bales. Januar}' contracts touched 7.9i!:
Maich. S.D I. Prie s rallied at the close
ami closed very Steady at S points de?
cline. March. 8.11; May. 8.20: August,
S.23 to s.27.
Future contracts In New Orleans de?
clined 11 points, closing steady. Sab s.
119,800 bales. Spot cotton declined %a
Market easy at 7 15-ltjc. for middling.
New Oilcans receipts to-day n:o , stt
mritcd at from 12,000 to 1:1,000 hales,
agninsl 21,715 hales in ISO! ami 15,050
bates in 18113.
The crop niovt meni since l st of Sep
lenibor is as follows:
'::<;sl "KSSI ''-'OSl
week . 223.679 35-1,743 2!i7.:;j:>
since 1 Sept 3,380,025 I.Ts '.Ti'.r, 3.890,295
ICxports week 125,003 311,143 200,035
lit Sept.1,929.177 3.100.282 2.S2C.09I
ports .1,033,915 1,231,094 1,100,938
Stocks P. s.
Re< elpls inte?
rior towns. 108,509 285,520 185.4S0
rior tow.'::. 585,300 ;'i?kn.S29 4Sti.LV.?
Crop In sieht
Dee. 20....4,498.094 0,403,790 4.S22.2S2
CliriNl itniH Holiday It a Ich.
The Norfolk nnd Western railroad
will sell at reduced rales round-trip
tickets to ail stations on its line, on I i
fernher 20th lb 25th inclusive, ami Do
ceinber itlst and January 1st. good for
return pnrsage until January 3d. For
further liiforination and tickets apply to
C. II. Rosioy, City Ticket Agent. No.
120 Main street, oral Norfolk anil W,<t
, ill depot. P. W. COURTNEY,
j de21-3t District Passenger Ag't.
Sorfolli null Washington II. C. stenni
Npeelnl IIOUlli?j' Knie?.
Norfolk to Wusliliigioii nnil Itetiirn.
81.011 for Hie Round Trip.
Tickets on sale December 21st. 22d,
23d and 24th, good to return until Janu?
ary 2d, Inclusive,
D. J. CALLA 11 AN,
del9- 5t Agent.
t'sefiil Holiday Ultin.
Big bargains this week. See last
.WRIGHT'S, 196 Main street.
JUss Bessie Odeiid'hal, who Is attend?
ing school at Bristol, Tom?., arrived
home last night to spend vacation with
her parents. No. 201 Clay avenue.
A street car was in collision lnst night
with one of lrwin's lunge wagons cor-J
net* Brown und Clay avenues, the wagon
getting the worst of It, though noth?
ing very serious.
The collectors for The Virginian In
Urariibloton wish to do their collecting
right along, so as to be w'ell up with
their work before Cbrlstmns.
Mrs. S. K. Evans, who was called
Mathews some weeks tigo to the bed?
side of her sick mother, has returned to
her homo, on Wllloughhy avenue, her
mother's hcalth'huvtng greatly lniprov'-|
Mr. C. N. Parsons and family, of I
North Windsor avenue, have occupied
Mr. <.'. H. Fet rebec's nice new residence
Oil Hughes street us their home.
The teachers und pupils of the gram?
mar school, Mrs. Sue Clark, rector, made
the jutntor'sheart glad and grateful yes-!
terday by presenting him a purse of
I.lttle Miss Stella Stone, daughter of I
Mr. and Mrs. (1. W. Stone, Weal Dram-]
hi.'Ion avenue. Is sick with pneumonia.
The members of McKendree will have
an opportunity tn-inorrqw to do a (treat
thing for their church by depositing a
thanl: off? lihg In envelopes prepared f'?r
the purpose. This is for the building
Mrs. Gordon, r.uitly stricken with j
paralysis, was reported as in extremis
last nicht at the home of her daughter.
Mrs. v. It. Parlett, ICnst Claibprnc ave?
Mrs. V. C. Dolby's music school, it rth
Malthy avenue, gave n piano recital
y< Merday afternoon, which was much
enjoyed by all present. The following
was the programme:
1. Instrumental diet. "In the
Circus" . O. Gtirlitt
Miss Chapman. Mrs. Dal by.
2. Piano solo . SelecU 1
Miss Blunt lie Bradley.
:t. a. Vocal So: ?. "Only tt
Dream" . -
Miss Bvn Behl.
b. Quartette . -
Miises Saunders. Holms, Lam?
4, 1 irgan solo . Selected
Lticy May Allbllglll.
fi. Piano solo . Selected
Miss Btlv I Buckwnter.
0. Vocal duet. "Whispering
Hope" . A. Hawthorn
Misses Saunders and Iteld.
T. Piano S !o. "Auld Lang
Syne," variations . I "chick
Miss < Mil ra Ltimbi rl.
8. Vocal duet. "Gobble Song... Aildrnn
Misses Chapman and Plonlgln.
!>. Piano solo . Select eil
Sndl ? Curtis.
10. Piano sold '"Fairy Mozo?rka."..
Ml--- /? It bin Holms.
H, \'""il koIi . "The Indian Sum?
mer Time" . Thompson
Ml: i Lambert.
12. Piano polo, "54'nacht bin! halt
gauge . Krttg ?>p. 110
Vivian Lee i :hapman.
12. Piano sold, "Twilight Mnzour
ka" . P. Latour
Lucy M. Allbrlgllt.
14. Vocal duel . Selected
Muhle Dalby, Inez Dalhy.
I.1. Piano s..l<i . Selected
Miss Mnttie Jnkemari.
lf>. instrumental duet, Attaque
Des Pinns.Curl Dohm. Op. 243
Mrs. Dalby, Ml?n ltel-1.
The funeral of Miss p.lcnnoi Ann Da?
vis, nged eighty-four years, who died
suddenly at the home of her ill ce;
Mrs. M. V. Bonney. No. 310 w. >l High?
land avenue. Wednesday last, took
place from the above residence y< rter
day morning at 11 o'clt ck. lU-v. Fathi r
MbKe'efrcy, of St, Mary's Catholic
Church, bfiiciated and the Interim hi
was in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Ports
Mrs. H. W. Wright, of east Rramhle
loh av.-nue. Is very much grieved to
hear that her nephew, who with his
mother, was visiting lw?r a few moet! '
age, was brutally murdered n-t Mad'- in,
Florida; a week "i- two ago. The young
man. by name Plilllp Duvnl. will be re
t: ? mbored by ihn Ity w ho met him here.
The murderer, Andrew Nicholson* for
'whom a large reward was offend, hn^
been arrested. The papers of Florida
and Georgia are full i f exciting hc
I counts of the affair.
Mux Srlluiui, PJ-1 I'll Ii r ell Nlri'ot.
Specials in llotlilay 4?oodM.
Toys of till descriptions. Doils, spe?
cial. 2.*. :17. 4S. 60, 75, and ?Sc. and up.
Carriages, Wagons, Tricycles.
Special reduction in tea. dinner, and
ehainbcr war.-. Dinner sets reduced
from $12.50 to $Ss from $1!? to $14, Chant
: r sets from $2 tip. Tea sets from
y, up. Lamps. Princess, Banquet, Hall,
a nd Hanging. Pine china, hric-.i-hrae.
and brass goods Fine assortment of
white ware for decorating,
Von ? an (lud v. hat you want for a
Christmas gift at the corner Main and
I'.a tik streets.
Holiday Excursion It at es on lite ItnL
Ihliore ami Ohl?.
In pursuance 'f its usual policy, the
Baltimore and Ohio Ballrond Company
will sell excursion tickets between
;.:i stations on its lines cast of (In
Ohio river fur Hi trains December 21,
22, 33, 24, 2.1. :ti mid January 1st. valid
for r.-turn journey until January 7th,
Inclusive, at reduced rates.
A 1ST HUB G. LKWIS.
Passenger Agent, Cu Main street.
C.? t j <. v I'll rislmas.
If yon would enjoy Christmas sights,
wear Dr. Week - specks.
We have sterling silver 'novelties
fur 25c. and 50c iidl. Cheap presents.
Chapman & Jnkeinhn.
ASSIGNBK'S SALK.?BY VIRT?H OF
r\ n deed of as i iimcnt, executed by it.
Hilisoly, dated tie- 20th day of Decein
r. IS''."., I have taken in possession all
e stock of di - is, llxtures, accounts,
...... contained in llie store recently occu?
pied by Dr. Dlllsely, situate en Chest nut
ti.t. Berkley, \'a., and shall proceed to
II tIii-iii at puhll auction on MONDAY,
leccinhcr 30th. I ?'. at 1" o'clock a. in.,
.at the premises, unless disposed of by
private sale liefere that day.
All p. r oas Indebted to raid Blllsoly arc
In r.-by i.otitiid to make scttlcinciil at
..in,-. T Kit MS CASH.
GF.ORG U T. MARTIN.
NORF* il.K, Vit., !>???? 29, IS95.
There will in .. LIVK l<11:1 > SHOOT
between Mr. William I-:. Hurst, of ports
mouth, and ij,plain L. W. Lambert,
of Lambert's point. They will Bhoot PH
birds, tluit Is .in each, lor ilu-.i a side, on
tin- 26th of Dccontbcr. Swc'enstakca will
follow. Tb.se birds will be Shot at Pool :.
8 to re, in ai Ocean View lliilllngham
rules to govern. Referee will be decided
on the day of the shooting. Shooting
will take place in 1 o'clock p. in.
( apt. L. W. LAM HURT.
WM. 13. HURST.
Wltne-Rat-a.-J. hi. FL'LFORD nnd A
H MST LIFE
ITS PLEASURliS AND ITS PIsRILS.
Souir veil iiikI v..11 Who I,Ivo at
Lightning Kneed nnil <nu Only
Take n Vacation in I tie <Jrnve?-The
Pace That Ii ills.
Times have ocr
t 11 t ii J y changed,
(&A'i$S> S. Vi and. I? si me rc
?-lip?Ct?, not for the
heiter. The tide Of
? lifo und competi?
tion is stronger
than I". was llf-ty
BSKtfyears itgo, ami, like]
W?f? Ii swimmer with a
strong tide against
him; ('tie must expend double the energy
to win to the shores of succcos.
It makes no difference what goal we
aim at, the conditions are the same.
We live too fa;:t. work t< o hard, drink
too much, sleep too little. keep our
nerves Oil the strain and Jump all the
There are two Clns&ca Of fu<t livers.
Those who work t ?i hard and too
Those who do not work at all.
I loth classc < are reaching Hie same
end. though, perhaps by somewhat dif?
They tire "burning the candle at
both ends." and even a child can pre?
dict the result.
Increased sliced In ANY machine
human or otherwise, means Increased
wear and tear and wast".
There Will Itc No ?'timtlc Shortly.
Increased waste of the tissues of tin
body means increased work for the kid?
neys, whose place it i> to r. 1. ive pol
sous and i upurllu s. Increased kldnc)
work means Increased strain upon I In a
organs, and Increased strain with
i\st or relief im an- cW''enae.
This Is why so many fast livers, hill I
workers, hard drinkers, and hard smok?
ers die of I (right's illsco.se.
Mnny jin n not ra Railed with the
harm their overwork er fast life Is do
lllg them ihusl need:; add to It volllllr
tarlly by putting noire p '.sons into the
Hehl that still further add to tlu
irk of the kidneys and irritate and ln
llame these organs.
We refer to Alcohol. Tobacco, and
Opiates. Surely there are enough p<
sous and impurities In our hl >6tl nlrctldj
'llhotil adding more!
And yet we do it with the mistake
il n thai we stimulate our hra.lns, In
our appetite:, or soothe ou
TllkC the Strain ?HViiiir li illness.
They are tolling day and night in
mir I? half as it Is.
lum't add to their hut dens unless y
re anxious to ISSIIC Invitations for
i r, llobb's.Sparagus Kidney Pills tu
preclooly wluv. you n< ? I und wir
your kidney..- would ask for If tin
had a voice in Hie matter.
No use advising yen t live slowc
to work less, to go P. In I early, ami
moderate the i;ujt at which you
You simply won't do it. You may
think yCM will, hut ybU won't.
Then use Dr. Hbbb's Sparagus Kldnc\
Pills, and take tills terrible strain off
your kidneys and niter and purify yout
Fifty cents' per box, from all drug?
gists, or enclose r.O cts in stamps or sil
tr direct to the
ai dfi^US M RDICl N K CO..
' hlcago, San Fran
Kidney Health ami Hlood
BOXES! 2S BOXES!
M LHYER lit
The onlv place III the City w here \ oll Cllll
9 l-2c. per Pound.
Come quick or your i hance wli be iosl.
43 MARK LT PLACE.
is dollven d free. Phone
Jas. Rc Armiger
Arc tlichcst timepieces for the money
that have ever been made or seen.
They arc Timekeepers,
mid evcrv one of Itiem, from tin- low?
est priced silver Cased to the highest
priced Cold Kipcntcr, bears my own
l have a beautiful liucofOpi ii-fnceil
Watches fur gentlemen, und Boinc
lovely little Wutclics lor ladk-H, in
colored Liiaiucls and set with Din
moti(U,witli i hatclnitie I'ins lu iiinli Ii
Comparison and price in cltnllellccd,
coops SUNT ON A1TROVAI, lo
Jas. R. Armiger,
31 Hast Baltimore Street,
Iflil Vm Market.
?? Dtiti Renn Buicners. tost Mim si ,
n. et'. Mutton, Vial. Pork, Lambs. Home?
made Sausage, Game, and Poultry. Pish,
Pr?ll, and Vegetables. Rriinvli ston .
L'l'i Cumberland Klreet. Choice Groceries,
Liquors, Tobacco, and Cigars. 'Phone,
New Raisins, Now i'it ron. New
Cleaned Currants, New Cleaned
Sultana Raisins, all of the very
host uqitlily. and prices low. Also
ISO pounds very choice Smltlitield
Sius.tgc Hist of the season.
J. R. BRIGGS,
No. 1 Commercial Place, Old
, Market Square,
Kenny's- X^as Picture !
GIVEN AWAY TO-DAY T
At Kenny's Modern Store,
?? O ?? 4-? * C-'^ o c O ?> v c- C O 0 C 0 O 0 O 0 c?
The joyful Christmas Season is close a I haiul.A: We propose to commemorate it in a
T?=BAY, SATURDAY, December 21st, 1895,
By presenting our customers and all art critics with a LARGE RICHLY COLORED ART
An original work, designed and painted especially for C. p. Kenny by Edward Payne, in
which he most ably portrays a pretty! iqg?ish-l?Qking child of about 6 years with her arms
lovlngbfJbrown around the neck of a large; pure white bulldog. The dog presents a just
been-led' locVK, and, sitting on his haunches, you can almost hear him say (showing appre?
ciation lor his dinner), "Now, just let anyone dare to touch my little charge." Thus are
they great "Friends."
Importer?Jobber -Retailer ? T?as?Colfecs Sugars.
|-IVlain Street-\ 1^O.
A PLAIN AND TRUTHFUL
You notice In the papers I ho
thousands of business failures all
over the country. The reason of
this is that firnis lu anticipa?
ting Great Business, have over?
stock d themselves at the early
part 61 the season, ami now llncl
that they luivo more than enough
goods, hut not enough money
wherewith to pay. To-day job?
bers force (goods on responsible
merchants ut pi Ices far below
An experience of Thirty-Two
Years lias taught me care and
forethought* and thanks to this
day. I am enabled to stand as Use?
ful Middleman between the Whole?
saler and the- Consuming Public.
When other lirms advertise Bell?
ing below cost, 1 call niinoduco
that on account of buying cheap,
I shall sell cheap.
Vevet feathers. Every style
lint. Everything in Millinery;
Good3 at bss limit regular whole?
sale prices, yet without loss to mo.
i vi cijunci i BT It 13 ET.
MRS. P. HIES.
THE VIRGINIAN'S DAILY HINTSloHO'JSEKcrPFRS
BILL OF FARE FOR TO-.tflORRGW,
SATURDAY, DEC. 21, \&9E.
A GREAT REDUCTION !
ON NATIVE WINlIS.
I laying a large slock ut these wines, I
will oiler tie iii at the lellouin;; reduced
prices: I'ort. Sherry ami Culawha, liOc.
per gallon* or IBc. cilia rt bottle. Also all
grades ,.t Older Wines for liolltlav use.
Old Southampton Apple ttrundy, North?
ern Cider and a line stock of <>|.| Whis?
kies ami Imported llhiudles and Wines of]
my own Importation. American Cham
?.. na a specially. All at my usual low
E. VANCE, Liquor Dealer I
de Mm No. SCI Coteim rclal l'.ace.
THIS ?aEEK Y
ONLY SI NET CASH.
OLD DOMINION FAFER CO.,
ft IMMER* 'I Ab S I'ATlONEItS
iPStv R^iF] F3 "fl F3 011(1 Whiskey Hahlts
fc4V,l V"> 'V-' ri FmJ'w emed ut homo with
rr.j Ei vf9 H rl H mSS out pain. Hook oi par
lilpa ?^|ejg? tlciilshi sent FRKE.
f >. */:,. X: <y* v>. -r* ?5. ?/3s V* V* V? =?c?
Scarcely anything In Gloves that's (rood
to wear or glvo.but'tf here-nrobubly lower
hi price than most are used to paying.
PerrhVa famous Gloves, usually 12.25,
Men's Silk Mufflers, for sifts, $1 to $2.50.
V.ndsor BcarfS, Rich Silks, full cut, 25c.
Men's Scarfs for holiday Gifts, 60c.
Fancy Holiday Suspenders, 50e. to $2.50.
Men's Vests ot' Drab Corduroy, wide and
narrow wale, thv new fad, $3.
*t% :r: *t% *A 'f.. 'S-4. *a
Holiday Umbrellas, $i to $G.50..New
ami stylish Sterling Silver MoumlncH.
Men's Macintoshes and Storm Coats.
Mothes s Friend Boys' Shirt Waists, 40c.
*/* t/b *y>. tQc */* ?/?t^te^t/*^
5 O'Clock Te^s !
dialing Dishes, Brass Fenders,
Brass Fire Setts, Carving Knives,
Plated Knive/ Forks and Spoons.
Nut Picks and Crac
And many other goods sii
? or Xmas Presents.
?eet, Norfolk, Va.
'Dry Slab Wood I
THE BESt/nD CHEAPEST WOOD in THE city.
?$3.00 PER CORD.
Yard East End/Falkland and Charlotte Sts. Down fov/n Office No. 48
f Commerce St. Phones 404 and 792.