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A 'Wonderful Kevr
Medical Hook,\vritu n
for Mcu Only. Odo
copy may bo bad free
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
DUFFALO, N. Y.
Dr. GEO. D. LEVY,
17 GRANBY ST.
W. M. M. TRICE & CO.,
Real Estate & Rental Agents
29 BANK STREET.
F" O R RENT.
Stores?JMti, i?fii SMI oiuia Blteet: 49, Eil
Commerce street; 77 Hank street; CG Wa?
ter street; ne?' siuic on tue coi?
ner Queen and Qrotiby street: a desirable
etore on Bank street, near City Hall; 3112
Church street; two new stores on Church
Street, opposite Mute street.
Offices?ICS. 117% Main street; Camp
Flats?1%, li?S Church street: 112. 121
Bank,all msdern Improvements; ion juinus
Btreet; several desirable rooms ISO .Main
street: live new tlals on Church street,
alb modern Improvements.
Residences?173 Rute street: 29. ."1 Duke
Street; 169,171 Duke street: 107 Holt street;
31 Holt street: 72 Mariner street; is
Queen street: 95, 97 Yarmouth street: one
house Colonial avenue; ;>"i Bermuda
January 1st.; 3 houses Holt street.
BramWeton?133 Maltby avenue: 10.1
Lovltt avenue: 111 Reservoir avenue; 228
Wllloughby, corner house- 210, -103. 101
Park avenue; 7C Kelly avenue; 120 Shel?
Burruss. Son & Co.v
Commercial and oilier business paper
'. Loan* negotiated on favorable terms.
City bonds und other securities bougut
Deposits received and accounts lu
Interest allowed on lime deposits.
Safe deposit boxes for rent. Charge?
Druw bills of Exchange and make cable
transfers to Eu:ope.
Letters of credit lsued to principal cities
, of the world.
Increace or Dtctcase of Surplus of fol?
lowing Life Companies, 1S92 to 1S94, from
NORTH WESTER X, (Increase) . .S4.7S9.71>!'.
PHOENIX. (Decrease) .C'.i.M;:
MANHATTAN, tDecrease) .245.703
D. Humphreys & Son
AGENTS NOR'l HW ESTERN.
W.W. FREEAUN, Dentist.
A SPECIALTY !
Oppo. Art League.
PUMPS, VALVES. OILS.
PACKINGS. SHAFTING, PULLEYS,
; IRON. STEEL, PIPE. NAILS,
m Full line Saw Mill Supplies,
The Porter-McNeal Comp'y,
137 WATER STREET.
Justin McCarthy. Juvtln McCarthy,
McCarthy & McCarthy,
kluoi: nuo COLUMBIA l!l'h.i?.x;
? Contractors for the United States Gov
i'/ernment Dry Dock, Port Royal, S. C;
olso Hoisting Engines for Hire.
I&?YER & CO.,
Railroad. Steamboat and
|p and 6 West Market Square,
|p NortolK. V?.
GEO. H. DAWES,
Wholesale Dealer In
HO WATER STREET.
WIRT & PAUL,
9*0 Main St, Corner Church.
Isaac Joyner With Many Aliases Placed on
the Rack Bet?re Police Justice Burroughs.
FIVE MONTHS IN JAIL AND A BIG FINE.
Fined for Cruelly to Animal*?Found
Unllty on a I'linrco or Mlenllng?
.~-?a NcriotiN Char**??Iber minor
Cases Ilcnr?l-a Uta Transfer of
Justice riurroughs had a small Police
Court docket yesterday, only two or
three of the cases belli*: of public Inter?
est. There was no business of Import?
ance transacted by the other courts, and
altogether It was a dull day In court
JOYNER ON THE RACK.
The much wanted and well advertised
negro from Nansemond county, Isaac
Joyner, alias YVilklns, who created such
a sensation in these parts by his clever
methods of swindling a number of our
shrewdest business men and finally duped
two of our well known young attorneys,
Messrs. Eason and Wool, to such an ex?
tent that he escaped from their vigilant
dutches, and sojourned awhile In parts
unknown, stood on the rack before Jus.
lice Uurrouglis yesterday and listened
for several hours to the statements of
his rascality as given by his many vic?
tims, among whom were T. O. Wood?
ward, who kept the court-room in a
roar of laughter as he portrayed the in?
nocent dir of the prisoner, while that
Individual beguiled him into loaning him
$5, while he congratulated himself upon
having secured such a worthy and re?
putable colored' man as a customer for
it big bill of goods. Mr. Woodley, of the
firm of .1. W. Perry & Co.. came next
with ids statement of how lie was duped
Into making the supposed big consignor
of hundreds of bales of cotton and
thousands of bags of peanuts a cash
advance on goods that never material?
ized. A representative of Messrs. I
Holmes & Dawson, ' commission mcr-'
chants, on Commerce stret*, told his
woeful tale of how adroitly lie had been
a victim of misplaced oonlldenoe, as did
a representative of Messrs. Jones, Lee
& Co., and so on, until a smile of sat?
isfaction began to play around the fea?
tures or the two young attorneys, who
began to realize that they were not the
only parties capable of being- duped by
a son of Ham. Joyner wore aji uncon?
cerned air and promptly and Hatly de
nled the statements of ea.ch and every
one of Norfolk's respected citizens. So
bold was he in his flat denials that It
made the spectators roar with laughter
at bis audacity. Prior to the hearing
the recently engaged ultorney for the
defense. Judge Wlllcox, asked permis?
sion from the Court to withdraw from
the ease, stating us lib? reason that his
fee was not forthcoming, and as it was
not a case from which much fame was
to lie derived, he must shift the burden
upon other shoulders (or something to
that effect). Mr. ESaaoii, one of the form?
erly retained lawyers for the defense
and recently reported attorney to assist
the prosecution, thereupon stated to His
Honor that seeing Commonwealth At?
torney Raum in Court to conduct the
prosecution, he and Mr, Wool did not
feel that they were necessary as prose?
cutors, and would like to withdraw. Of
course their request, as was Judge Wlll
cox's, was granted, and Joyner defiant?
ly faced the music, unassisted by any
of the legal lights. The man had no
substantial defense and the only ques?
tion for Ills Honor to decide was how
to legally apply the penalty under so
many separate charges. Ills Honor con.
eluded to send the prisoner to jail for
live months and lined him $50 under the
Warrant sworn out by Messrs. J. W.
Perry & Co., and hold the other war?
rants under advisement for a few days
to decide what additional penalty should
follow under them.
PINED FOR CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
Charles Meyers, a white stableman
or overseer for Mr. W. T. Irwin, the
proprietor of the Twin City Express
Company y>n Water street was ar?
raigned before Justice Burroughs yes?
terday on the charge of cruelty to ani?
mals by kicking on overloaded horse on
Church street, the property of Mr. If
win. The warrant was sworn out by
Special Ofllcer Moore, agent for the
S. P. C. A., and as Mr. A. B. Seldner,
the regular attorney for the society,
was absent from the city, he retained
Mr. Julius T. Bounders to prosecute the
case. Several prominent business men
who had witnessed the cruelty to the
horse, testified for Ib^ society. Jus?
tice Burroughs after bearing Hie evi?
dence and argument lined the accused
A warrant against Mr. Irwin for per?
mitting the horses to be over-loaded
was then taken up. It was proven
that the wagon had twenty Parrels of
cement weighing between 300 and -!00
pounds per barrel on it. Mr. Irwln's de?
fense, was, however, that be thought
from the statement made by Mr. J. O.
Gainage. for whom he was hauling the
goods that It was lime that he was
j battling and not cement, and that as he
did not see the barrels loaded he was not
aware that It was cement. Mr. damage
was out :t the <?:ty and Justice Bur?
roughs continued the case until he could
get Mr. Carnage's testimony as to the
nature of Ills contract with Mr. Irwin.
A WHITE THIEF CONVICTED.
A white man named Allen Jones was
arraigned in the Police Court yesterday
charged with stealing paints and oils
valued at $20. the properly Of Contrac?
tors Clubb & Bell, In Brambleton. Jones
tried hard to convince the Justice I ha!
It was n case of mistaken identity, but
the evidence was against him and His
Honor gave htm ninety days in jail.
He noted an appeal, and bis ball bond
was fixed at $100. Being unable to fur?
nish surety he was sent to jail. ,
A SERIOUS CHARGE.
Just befv.re the adjournment of court
yesterday, a young white woman nam?
ed Nora Heath was brought before
Justice Burroughs charged with being
the proprietress of a house of 111 fame
at Nos. 54 and CG Avon street, and with
enticing and harboring young girls j
from the Florence Crlttenden Home, i
Her case was continued until Th?rs-1
day for Witnesses. Chief of Police King'
who will appear against the woman,
states that she is doing much barm
to the Inmates of the Home who desire
to reform, and that he will endeavor
to see that she is pvnlshed,
Nora Heath, colored, house of 111
fame: continued until the 26th.
Charles Meyers, white, cruelty to a
horse: fined $7.25.
William Green, nuisance, fined $1 and
Henry Burks, breach of the peace;
fined $2.50 and costs.
KU Haddon, stealing geeBo; dismiss?
Mary Jones, stealing a ten-cent cup;
John Alexander, gambling over Steve
Budd's bar-room; sent on to the grand
Moses Skinner, nuisance; bond for?
Dan Tariff, drunk, dismissed.
James Watkins, three warrants for
obtaining money under false pretenses;
W. Li. Johns. It. A. Ferguson. Eugene
White. Ja/mes Dird, It. L. Dews, C, M.
Barrett. Willie Harper; drunk; lined
?1 and costs.
There \vas no business of public In?
terest transacted by the Corporation
Court yesterday excepting the balling
by Judge Hunckel of Mr. Joe' Moritz,
who Ib charged with feloniously assault?
ing Mr. B. C. Dozier on Church street
on the 14th Instant. Mr. J. B. Lowcn
borg entered as surety on the bond;
Mr. Morltz Is balled to appear before
Justice Burroughs In the Police Court
next Thursday week, when he will have
a full hearing'.
Court ?I I mi and Chancery.
The Court of Law add Chancery was
engaged aguln to-day with the suit of
Frey vs. Rurruss. The taking of the
evidence was concluded and the court
adjourned until Friday next, -when the
argument will be begun and the case
will go to the Jury.
A nig Real Estate Transfers.
A deed of conveyance wus filed In
the Clerk's office yesterday involving
over half a million dollars worth of real
estate. Under said deed the Norfolk
Company conveys to the Client Corn
party all their property In Client. The
various lots are too numerous and their
location too complicated to designate
here, but as the tax on the deed amount?
ed to $620. the value of the considera?
tion, which Is named as 6.200 shares of
the Norfolk Company's preferred stock,
Is estimated at $620.000.
Deeds of nnraraln and Knie.
Umstadt?-!- and Myers to the IT. B.
Cluflin Company, of New Jersey, their
whole estate, right ".is lessees under two
deeds of lease from Mrtry A. Dodd et
als. Consideration, $r. and other valua?
G. M. Dlllnrd to Tully D. Murden. a
lot with Improvements on Reservoir
avenue, Bramblcton. Consideration.
Isauc llofllln to Nancy Hall, a lot with
Improvements, No. 7f. James street.
Consideration $290 and other valuable
Doc r>nvls to Bailie A. (Tray, colored;
Thomas Galnes to Fehle Brown, col?
ored; Louise Ray Bartholomew to Anna
Mvtry Jacobs. White; Frederick William
Eichbolz to Alice Ada Lewis, white;
Joseph Anderson Yancv to Elizabeth
Rarw'Alnb. colored; Mnthcw Nicholson
to Millie Helle Plummer, colored.
Virginia History?The hnutrlitcrM or
This patriotic society of the women
of Norfolk, are gathering together the
histories and pamphlets of the Colonial
period of Virginia, anil her sister colo?
nies, with a view In depositing them in
a book case in the public library free
for reference by all visitors, anil they
need a special book-case for the purp--so
One hub been offered at u greatly re?
duced rate suitable for the purpose,
and It Is suggested to The Virginian
that some of the men of Norfolk patri?
otically inclined chip in and make a
Christmas present ? >; ?ig book case to
the Great Bridge Chap,er or the Daugh?
ters of the Revolution. The Virginian
will gladly receive contributions, it la
only a small amount that Is needed ?
about thirty dollars, and surely there
should be ho difficulty in securing this
amount. It will he a very handsoime
recognition <.,f the efforts of the ladles
In behalf of the laudable and patriotic
work In Which they are engaged.
4'iinihorlnud .Hired Church.
In addition to the musical programme
published yesterday, the following will
bo rendered at Cumberland Street M. K.
Church this morning under the dings
tlon of Mr. Charles Borjcs, organist and
Anthem?"There Were Sic plierds"
Offertory?"Hark: What .Mean Those
Holy Voices" . Rutenber
Festival TeDeum In E fiat .Ruck
They Faughl It Out.
A well-known real estate agent and an
Insurance man became Involved In a
dispute Monday afternorut and retired
to a secluded spot In the rear .if Ghent
lo settle their grievances. When they
arrived on the battle ground both t--<-i;
their coals off. and went at each Cither
In pugilistic style. Four short, sharp
and decisive rounds were fought, lit the
end of which the real estate man was
vanquished. The only witnesses to the
affair were several carpenters at work
sberlir llnrlt? I'nnert.
City Sergeant .lehn F.. Burke was
caned ki; t night at his office 111 the city
Jail. The Sergeant was1 very much
surprised when his dcputlon and atta?
ches of his office surrounded him and
Deputy Vail come forward and present?
ed him with a handsome gold headed
cane. The Sergeant replied in well
The Guessing Contest at Campbell's
The guessing contest at B. s. Camp?
bell's studio at the number of seeds In
a pumpkin for prim 9 offered by him
resulted in Mrs. Isabel Taylor, of Lam?
bert's Point, and Mr. L. 13. Guy. tying
i f ir first prize, each guessing 491. und
Mrs. Ebner, of 601 Church street and
M. F. Morelnnd tying for second place,
each guessing '495. Thomas L. Creek
more wins the third prize, guessing 49fi.
The number of seeds In the pumpkin
I was 493.
"We, the undersigned, do hereby sign
this document as counters of the seeds
In the pumpkin In the guessing contest
for R. S. Campbell, and we found four
hundred and ninety-three (493) seeds
in said pumpkin.
W. HARRY NORRIS.
"W. H. CHURCH,
T. E. LOW ERY.
The Correct Thing.
For correct thing in specks and eye
glasspe call en Dr. Week.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Matters of Small Moment 'About the Gliy
Very Brietiy Chronicled.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL NEWS NOTES.
A Full mill Com isc Kcrord of the
Minor Event?, or a (ironing Nco
l>orl Clly Enid Iloro to the Many
Header* or tho Kcwslcst or Nor
Mr. Thomas K. Moore left yesterday
for Richmond to spend the holidays.
Mr. Thomas Lowery. who has been
confined to his house for some time. Is
able to be out.
Mr. A. I* Vonderlehr. of The Virgi?
nian, goes to Richmond this morning
to spend the holidays.
Miss Belle Turner, of Brooklyn, is
visiting tier sister. Mrs. Noble L. War?
wick, ut No. 61 Brewer street.
Mrs. William I.lne und two daughters,
or Nortblleld, Vt., arrived In the city
last night to spend the winter.
William RIddlck. colored, was arrest?
ed lost night while trying to pick pock?
ets In the 5 and 10 cent store.
Christmas offerings will be gratefully
received at the Retreat for the Sick
either In table supplies or money.
Plckett-liuchanan Camp, C. V.. will
hold its monthly meeting on Thursday
evening, the27th inst.. at S o'clock.
Virginia Division, K. of I'.. Is called
to meet to-day at 1:li0 o'clock to attend
the funeral of the late F. M. Benoten.
Beginning January 6th, the Old Do?
minion Lime will run steamers between
Norfolk and New York daily except
Christmas day exercises at Rule
Street A. M. E. Church to-day at II
a. in. by the pastor. Special music by
Miss Grace Rhodes, who has been at?
tending Virginia College at Ronnoke,
Is spending the holidays at her home, on
Judge llanckel, of the Corporation
Court, und Mrs. llanckel left yester?
day ufttrn??h for Chartotlosvllle to
Mr. .1. T. Fentress. of Grace Baptist
Church, has been appointed a member
or the Hoard of Miuiaget-s of the B. Y.
P. U. or Virginia.
Mr. George S. Richardson, of Ntlw
York, a well-known artist, Is in the city
on a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. A. Richardson.
Rev. Dr. W. J. Young leaves to-night
for Baltimore, his farmer home, to
spend two days with relatives. His fam?
ily will accompany him.
Miss Lotlla Loll Scott, of Northamp?
ton county. Va., Is In the city spending
the Christmas holidays with her cousin.
Ml.-s Marin Loulw? Rain.
The Christmas festival for the chil?
dren of the duy school and Sunday
school of Emanuel chapel, corner Cul?
vert and Wide, will be Thursday, De?
cember 26th, at r> p. m.
Some une broke the show window ol
L. S lunger's store. No. 460 Church
street, Monday night, and cleared It of
the gents' furnishings, etc.. displayed
therein. Tills is the third robbery at
this store this week.
Low Holiday Kates 11. <v o. it. it.
On December 23d, 24tlb 25th and :ilst
and January 1st tickets will be sold
from Norfolk to Wilmington. Del., and
return at $."1.7:1. To Chester. Pa., and
return at $6.26. lllld to Philadelphia anil
return at $6.73. Good for return pas?
sage until January 7th. Round-trip
tickets at special rates will also be j?old
on above dates to other points. For
tickets and further information, apply
to A RTTIl' R G. LEWIS.
de22-ljnl Pass -tiger and Ticket Agent.
60 Main St.. under Atlantic Hotel.
vi ? ktI *?;s.
The mcmbets of HARMONY LODGK
No. |9, I. '?. o. F.. are hereby notified t..
... .1.. 1.. t,?i| THIS (Wednesday)
AFTERNOON at LS) o'clock for the pur?
pose of attending the Mineral of our de
I ceased Brother, FRANK M. RENSTRN.
Mumbi r* of Sister Lodges are frutor
n1.11.. ii.vilcd t.i unite with as.
By order Of the N. O.
tle2.VR JOHN T. CHOPS. Secretary.
ATTENTION. VIRGINIA DIVISION
? No. 2. II. R. K. of P.?The utll- xjr>.
cers ami members of Virginia DI- ?fa^fa
vision are earnestly requested lon/*f ?'
assemble 11 their Annorv, corner?MSSi^
of Rank streel and City Hall ave-V>'r.^.
tin.-. THIS (Wednesday) AFTER
NOON. Rocembor 25th. at 1:80 o'clock
sharp, in full dress uniform,to attend tin
funeral of our deceased Sir Knight.
FRANK M. Il'-NSTKN.
By or.l. r of
AMOS P. JORDAN,
dcgS-lt sit- Knight Commander.
Pickett-Ruchanan Camp. C. V..
Norfolk, Va.. Dec; fe, 1895,
A TTWNTin v.COJ! It A DES TT IK REO
??? ular monthly meeting of this Caiiii
iposipolic.l ii-ci.i h -i ev< ilnt;) wll lie held
Ihi its hall .hi THURSDAY EVENING,
December 26th, at s o'clock. Arrange?
ments t.i lie made for tin- oti.--erv.itni- of
liirlluluy i.f Gen. R. K. I.ee and other
business. Rv order of
W A I. Tint A. EDWARDS.
1 'omma niler.
'1'. B. JACKSON, Adjutant. de25-R
a^< .\ OEM v i if m 1 sir.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, ntft rjri 1 0
SATURDAY MATINEE, Ul'j. 11,0
And his I Ilent Company.
Friday, "THE HUSBAND;" Salurdai
Math. "MONHAHS:" Saturday Night,
?THE CORSICAN BROTHERS.
Seats mi sale Thursday. Prices?28, Gl
75c. ami $t. do25-3l
ACADEMY of MUSIC,
T O - D A V,
; Grraid Ghrlsiraos Aiirasiion. Kaiinse end Htttfii.
The success of the last three seasons, tho
By Edwin Milton Royle.
Management Arthur C. Alston, with
the original Company,
Matinee Prices -25, 50, 75c. To-Nlghl
.. 50, 75c. at,.I Jl. dc25-lt
the wsr ?mi mm
111, 113 and 115 Bank St.,
K02IFOLK. - . V11KHNIA.
l arge Stock ol 1'inigbeil
MONUMENTS AND ?lONEo.
t\m-l**uij uh lMUUdATKl>ELlV?Uv
. "Peace on Earth?Good Will Toward Men."
r "THE HUB'S"
Christmas Greeting s
The festive senson of good cheer and social greeting Is with us once again. Every?
body ought to be happy. Everybody should strive to enter into that fraternul
spirit that brings with It the sweet consciousness that we have not lived in
vain, and which, for the hour at least.causes us to forget that there is uught of
sorrow In the world. We beg to express our sincere appreciation for the conli
denco bestowed upon us since the lnaugu-ration Of our housu In Norfolk, and to
wish our patrons and everybody a
Merry Christmas and . . .
Happy New Year,
THE HUB. 4
For announcement in
next tew days of a . . .
164 SV3 s i n Street
e Bs I Ts e
Ctioi end Cull Mil
inancr Travelling ccsss,
Sr.ilSK Broom Homers,
3! SiK umDrenos.
* ? EC!iss
1 S> O M A I
H nd'srcn.El Boxes,
r-i o fine selection
Call early nn<l make your selection b
your own and your frl 'nils' satisfaction.
On: STORE WILL RE
DAY.?Buy your Holiday
Carvers, Knives und forks
Pocket Knives und other
J R. ARMSTRONG & CO.,
2s'o. Commercial l'laco,
Uld Market square.
To F. ROGERS,
ROOMS 2l| AND 212 COLUMBIA BUILD?
ING O RAN BY STREET.
Flat No. 23 Graiiby street,
ijv.uliii.g .so. la ?iii.ee street.
Dwelling No. 21!0 East Highland ave?
Dwelling No. C Shields street.
Dwellings Nos. IUI ami til York street
Dwelling No. 4" Cumberland street.
Dwelling No, .\7 Yarmouth street.
Two stores on Mam Street.
Stores .Nos. -if, ami i7 Commerce street.
Stores Nos. 11 ami 52 Itoanolte avenue.
Store No. 15 Hank street.
Olllces on Rank, Granby and Commerce
Knows that when he buys his boy or girl a
Bicycle he is not giving them a mere toy. It is
a machine that not alone gives pleasure, but
brings health and strength to weak children.
A Bicycle is appreciated more than anything
i else. But, if your young one is too small, we
have a nice line of Tricycles we are selling away
below cost. They don't need any talking. .The |
o prices speak for themselves. ?
? O'Neill's Great Bicycle House.
1 87 Main St. I
e Guns, 1'istols, Shells, Cartridges, Powder, Shot, Ammunition Bags o
S and Belts, Game Bags, Indian Clubs, Dumb Dells and all sorts of ?
% Bicycle Sundries and Sporting Goods %
? oooosoc ooeoQeeooGooocceoffi&ssooeooooaaeaooaocaQeaoseeoo
8 Just Received^^.
g A huge supply of Thacker and Splint Coal for Grates.
? Also, Hgg, Stove, Nut and furnace for Stoves. Virginia
g growth Pine and nice Oak and Ash Wood. The best Diy
2 blab in city.
? G. S- BRIGGS,
Q Yard East End Falkland and Cliarlotte Sis. Down Town Office No. 55 ?
9 Commerce St. Phones 404 and 792.
JUST RECEIVED 1
New Rnlslhs, New Citron, Now
Cleaned Currants, New Cleaned
Bultunu Rnislns, nil of the very
hfiSt liqftllty, and prlCCH low. Also
ISO pounds very choice Sniilhfleld
hansjtto nml Rnllimore Spiced
Round for Xmas?first of the sea?
J. R. BRIGGS,
No. 1 Commercial Place, Old
?HC? Gitd Mm
FOR LADIES AND GENTS.
WILL RE SOLD CHEAP.
Walter J. Simmons & Co..
177 r/laln Street.
3|g Hill Bros Market,
wrxroie pnti Retail Boicneis. East Mum si,
Reef. Mutton, Veal, i'ork, Lambs, Home?
made ?SnusuRo, came, and Poultry, Klsli;
Krult, and Vegetables. Mranrli store.
22C. Cumberland street. Choice Groceries,
Liquors, Tobacco, and Cit'iirs. 'Phone,
85 BOXES! 85 BOXES!
LONDON LIIER IK MM!
The only place In the city where yon can
9 2-2c. per Pound.
Come quick or your chance wli be lost.
43 MARKET PLACE.
Goods delivered free. Phone 7^
Ladies' White, Blue and
Pink Satin Sandais,
Patent Leather Oxfords,
DOYLE cT SMALL,
140 MAIN STREUT.