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^.'-telegram- w? received (Monday night
irrorii"EUiabelU:City, N. C, announcing
!*h'ofcudden death of little Anne Hope
W^jst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
?;>TCeJiV*;w*ho? -lunne- Is near Wallaccton,
Norfolk county. Mr. and Mrs. Wc*it
?were on a visit to Elizabeth City when
little Anno was taken with dyphtherla
and .eUcOL She was a brlsht child and
Swjijl of hope, having just entered hec
j. fifth year/ The remains were Intoned
nt Elisabeth City yesterday ? for the
present. Captin William West and wife
went to Elizabeth City yesterday to at?
tend the funeral. The Virginian extends
to the aflHctcd parents its deepest sym?
pathies in this their hour of sad berenve
Mm Emma. Johnikln. wife of Mr. Geo.
Johnikln, died ycattrday at the reel
dence of her husband. No. 42S Nelson
street,'in^ the thirty-third year of her
?sge. . The* funeral will take place from
? the residence this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
THE REVIVAL AT COURT STREET
??? ft '-. - CHURCH.
A; very large congregntlon assem?
bled at Court Street Baptist' church last
night to attend the services conducted
by Evangelist Swem. A great deal of
interest was manifested in the services
of; last night and' the church seems
'.thoroughly awake, and spiritual car
jaie'siness Is manifest, which can but
v'lresnlt in a great awakening of the
'I church and community. Mr. Swem Is
thoroughly at. home in the conduct of
evangelistic services, and his subject
' for 'this afternoon?"Will" we know our |
;loved ones after death and resurroc
, tlon?"?will be full of Interest and
RtWoiU to those who nttcud.
ARRESTED FOR STEALING.
John Hampton, a resident of South
Portsmouth, was arrested' Inst night
and whs lodged in the county Jail,
charged- with stealing cotton from the
'.barge which was sunk in the river op
? poslte the navy-yard.
: 'It. sjeni'! that Hnrnpton and some
:<Uhers were employed to watch the cot
& ton. by Cobb Bros.. In "Norfolk, who
?'were the owners of the cotton, and th
?men managed to purloin ten bales from
? 'off tlie barge and make away with- it.
They claim that they were rmly enr
, ryir.g It from off the barge to the shore.
The constables expected to get the bnl
snce of them last night.
"."WILL MAKE CERTAIN RECfflf
- MEN RATIONS. ?
' "The 'charter committee held ano-their J
meeting Monda niglrt and discussed |
amendment,? to the city chnrter. About
?the only conclusions arrived at so far
are the consolidation of the* health
officer and phyrdelnn to the Jail and to I
reorganise the p'liee forne eve:y two I
' years, but the same men might lie re-I
S elected if tin; commissioners saw lit. j
The comtni'ttee then adjourned to meet
'a? oocn ,;,s they had decided upon all
the change.-: and to formulate a hill. The
question ? Is whether -the bill will go |
through t'he logirlnture or not.
DEATH OF Ml!. HUBERT TAYLOR.
Mr. Robert Taylor, n well-known citi?
zen, died last night- about !> o'clock at
.;hls'residence, on Clifford street, near
Green, in the CGth year of his age. He
leave? a wife' and three ?children. He
.wn.s a member of PortHinnuth Lodge
No.- 16, - K! of P., and Old Dominion
Lodge, 1,-Q. O. F.: also Owens Memorial
ochurch.. Notice of funeral later.
I Cyirs\rM;..B. Ford, Ruddcll's, III., suf
.'feiK-tl "for" eight years from dyspepsia
o'lid'elfronic constipation and was finally
r-titoa by.'Uflhig DeWMH's Lltt'.e Early
^RUicra,r("he fviinous llftle pills for all|
'''.stomach and liver troubles. .1. M. Trot
?ter and 11' Li.' Walker,. Norfolk, and |
j Trti!t't'& Smith, Berkley. '
..'. ' ' JUDGE DAY DECLINES. I
? '.Washington, Nov. "0.?When asked t'o-j
? ?'night Whether there was any truth In
y. they.-often printed reports that ho had
^?'been tendered the Attorney Ceneralship.
il^-Aisistant Secretary Day, of the State
' "The President some time ago, was
kind1, enough 'to-tender me the position
. ,ot .\ttiorney General in the event of a i
""^"?Vacancy. In that office, which, after con
-^deration, I .have been reluctantly coni
? pr;i;*5(3 "to decline) for reasons entirely
There is every reason to believe that
Judge Day will continue in his present
'^lOslU'an in the State Department.
? Prosperity comes quickly to the man
'"v-whose liver is in good condKlon. De?
ft- Witt's Little Early Rlsoivt arc famous
??- lititle. plll? for constipation. Iillkumr.e.-?.
. ; indigestion and -ill stomach und liver j
*i t.'ouble? 'J. M. Trotter and It. L. AVal
'. ker,,-Norfolk, and TruSt-t & Smith, Bork
\ PRINCESS BONNIE.
ELKS' OPERA HOUSE, THURSDAY,
Admission. SOc. and 23e. No extra
charge for reserved sents. f-Vais on sale
Wednesday, December 1st, at Sydney J.
'', James,, under Elks' Opera Bouse,
; Hot Bed Glass Y
!" SHELL LIME for agricultural pur
i'pose.s. ? LOWEST MARKET PRICE.
S. f=>. OAST,
Corner Court and Clifford streets.
WHEkE TO BUY FUEL!
H, B. WILKINS
I'HU the best, of Screened, Freo Burning
' -Stove and Nut Coal Also the best of Dry
Pine,.Oak and Slab Wood.
L3I3.Washington street or 309 High str.et
SHOP I NEW FIRM!
..jVji.ew stylo cartages. Buggies. Wagons,
i Cp.rts,,'ctc.-, manufactured and repaired.
,-.v.v0IJf'painting a specialty.
HB^^'I/Owens & Parker,
1^ 9or" sot;tu nd prent is sts.
|v.; RENTS COLLECTED.
f: '.Thii ofllcfi laMiromlncntly located, and
..?f'pocurcSrlho flr3l call from persons deslr
f Jrig to rent' I'.ouaoj, thus getting the beat
Vjlenants. : ?? - \
iVje.H^Wc- also make larger.re-turns than anv
HSRo'thor ase-ncy, and will submit copies of
p CKejDorts!-fdr. the 'P&y. fourteuu yea .-a to
;-vc p'oVo (hln-'risserttqffv
v-.PKu'ii your rent- r'?n where you will
Cit tbt- laliiesl rei.vrr).
'-.- '? -v'lOHN L. WATSON.
Town of Suffolk
Sporismen Want tho Law Repealed Though
1 hey Disregard it.
COLONEL BOYKIN AFTER LYNN'S JOB |
JInrrlngo Pres Kcnre? I? Xovcmber
jiuculinni How l?u*liort wp-Frert
Hunter's Furo iie?ter-I?r?trncietf
tscrvlccM-Mr. Sultou'i CoiMlltloii
Ihn bunged. ' ,
Suffolk, V.l., Nov. 30.?(Special.)?The
people of Nahsemond want the bird
low changed. There was no act passed
?by the last Assembly which" huntsman
,so much want undone as the statute
prohibiting the killing of partridges.
There will be some effort made to repeal
by a member from this section most
But it will not make much difference
after all. Many gunners are shooting
birds openly and without fear. They
know the prevailing sentiment and are
not afraid of being reported. When the
bill first became a law there was some
respect shown It, but as the Hocai pulse
was felt sportsmen began to kill par?
tridges, quietly at first, but then -with?
out fear of molestation. ,
WANTS MA.T. LYNN'S JOB.
Colonel R. S. Itoykin, late deputy col?
lector of Internal revenue, left this af
tern'oon for Richmond to 'be present to?
morrow nt the Democratic cnucus.
which will name Slate onieers.
The Colonel wants something, and
nearly every person Iii Eastern Virginia
who knows Colonel Boykln, would like
to see him get it. The place he is
after Is superintendent of the peniten?
tiary, and not resistor of the land otTlce,
as a Richmond correspondent said a
day for so agn.
Colonel Boykln hns pledged to him a
number of delegates already, and 'hopes
to tabulate a few more at to-morrow's
cailCUS, He formerly represented South?
ampton county In the Legislature.
NOT M.VNY MA'RRTACiE FEES.
The month of November was a dull
one in matrimonial circles. In Nanse
mond county there were only eleven
marrlagCs, four while and seven color?
While?.lesse Cnrr to Martha S. Hol
1. Claude S. Tr*3wcll to Fannie .7.
?Vley, William T. Martin to F.mma
F. Rhodes, Joseph C. Hubbard to Lulu
Colored?Willie Copelnnd to Rosa
Black, Pendleton Duke to Rose Anna
Outland. William J">nes to Ella ITp
shur, James A. Barker to Jane White,
Robert Briggs to Nettle Harday, Ar?
thur M. fllll to Fletcher Fnulk. Fletcher
Henry Tlnyos to Lconn Jones.
TA'LKS OF COM PROM.ISE.
The Buckhorn row. In which weapons
were drawn and one party stabbed In
the I'nce, seems to have been hushed
up. There were talks 'of a compromise
as .being best for all parties, ond It has
?probably been consummated.
CAN SOON APPEAR
Fred Hunter, who was smashed In the
face with a pint bottle full of brandy
Saturday night and badly cut. is getting
?belter. He will be well enough to ap?
pear against his assailant in a few
There are very interesting services In
progress at the Presbyterian church.
They are conducted by Rev. W. S.
Lacy; D. D., of Norfolk."and will con?
tinue all the week. ? The public is In?
vited to attend
ABOUT THE SAME,
Mr. .1. E. Stilton, who had a paraly?
se stroke, is resting easily to-night,
but there 1? no material change in his
condition. He can move slightly in
Rev. Dr. Judklns, late of7 Ashland,
hn.s concluded a stay with relatives in
Mrs. Lee Britt. who had been olllmg
for Sbme days, has gone to Norfolk for
Miss Laura McCiuIro has finished a
stay with Suffolk relatives and gone to
A. S. Kley, trustee, to-day transferred
to trajah Langs-ton, a smnll tract of
land In Holy Neck District for $30.
A party of hunters went down the
river gunning for ducks this afterno.ti.
They only got one?a very small one.
County Court in Isle of Wight will
be opened next Monday, the first of
the December term.
The Town Council will have ils regu?
lar December meeting- Friday night.
Coal merchantH are glad to watch the
thermometer come down.
Mr. fieorge W. Nuraiey in a raffle at
Councilman ti. w. Trultt's last night
got a. fine celery dish. The proceeds
were for the Christian church.
Hilary Xurney Ames, a son of Mr.
Do you know that we sell the best Life
Insurance Policy to he bough: any?
We represent the Union Central,
wiiich Is absolutely the best company
which writes business in this section;
Our Twenty Payment Life Policy
cannot be equalled by any contract of?
fered by any otii^r company, while our
Life Rate Endowment policies are the
cheapest and best endowment insur?
In these you pay ordinary life rates
and get an endowment contract.
You will lose money if you insure he
fore seeing us.
We also sell tr# very best Fire and
WOODWARD & TOLAM,
No. C Main street.
no!6-tr Suffolk. Va.
I Old People.
Old people who require medlcln* to
regulate the bowels and kidneys will
find the true r< medy in Electric Bit
l tcrs. This medicine dors not stimulate
I and contains no whiskey nor other
Intoxicants, "out acts as a tonic and
] alterative. I; acts mildly on the stoin
: a eh ami bowels, adding strength and
giving toi,?- t-i the organs, thereby aid?
ing nature in tit'.- performance of the
functions. Electric Bitters Is an excei
l:nt appetizer and aid.; digestion, old
people fin-', it just exactly what they
need. Price fifty con I ; and Sl.On per
bottle at Burrow, Martin & Co.'3-Drug
Wt 3\ Amos, was painfully burned lost
night with a hot poker..
The Baptist Young- People's Union
hart an Interesting meeting last night.
Mr. J. C. Dennis, formerly of Crlt
tenden, has moved to Suffolk and Is re?
siding on Grace street.
Mr. John T. Parr, who has been 1H
for several days, was well enough to be
out this morning.
Councilman and Mrs. John C. Smith
have returned from Ohurchland.
George Stewart, who was arrested
here for burglary, will be taken to the
Isle of "Wight authorities nest Monday.
Mrs. Emma Bailey, of Portsmouth,
Is the guest of Mrs. John A. Pipkin.
Busy Day for the Treasurer?Talla
ferro Wrlll Die.
Newport News, Va., Nov. 30.?(Spe?
cial)?The past two days of November
were busy ones fnr Mr. J. M. Curtis,
the City Treasurer. During these two
days the several large corporations
doing business in this city Ilo.ulda.tcd
their taxes In order to save the 6 per
cent, which, according to law, Is added
on December 1st If taxes are not pre?
viously |>a|d. As nearly ns could he as?
certained the amounts received by Mr.
Curtis during the past .two days ag?
gregate over $33,420.
j "Wm. Tnliaferro, colored, nn employe
of the Newport News Ship-building and
Dry-dock company, who was shot by
"Wm. Marrow, colored, at Shxtne's Dam
Sunday night. Is In a critical condition,
and attending physicians say that there
Is no hope for recovery. It is reported
that the shooting was done In a
moment of excitement which grew out
of Tallafcrro's ruining the sister -of
Hon. T. T. Powell, delegate from this
district, left for Richmond' this morn?
Fred Hchl, housebreaklng; sent on
to the grand Jury.
John Morrison, felonious assault; sent
on to grand jury.
Wm. Black, colored, disorderly; fined
$3 and costs.
Mary M.asnn. colored, disorderly, and
Bella McNally, colored, disorderly; both
required to pay costs ncid furnish bond
for good behavior In the sum of $100.
KEEP DOWN APPROPRIATIONS.
"Washington, Nov. 30.?Representative
Cannon, chairman of the Committee on
Appropriations, arrived in Washington
to-day. Speaking to a reporter of the
Associated Press ho said that his policy [
for-the approaching session of Congress,
as chairman of the House committee,
would be to hold the appropriations, j
so far as he could control them, down
to existing conditions. "I believe In a
liberal but not nn extravagant policy
IIn making appropriations," he Bald,
"and until our revenues Increase shall
oppose entering upon new enterprises
requiring the expenditure of govern?
NFAV VIRGINIA POSTMASTERS.
Washington,'D. C, Nov. 30.?The fol?
lowing Virginia fourth class postnvas
ers were appointed to-day: Horton's
Summit, W. H. Brlckley; Johnson, J.
C. Bryant: Negro, Mrs. Mary O. Sharp;
Plasterburg, Ada. O. Jenkins; Skin
Quarter, Waller P. Jane; White Ovate,
One "Minute Cough Cure cures quickly.
That's what you want!. J. M. Trotter
and R. L. Walker, Norfolk, and Trultt &
ViDGINlAH LEUtR BOX IN BERKLEY
All nun ion ii i on i i <> um, nilverllve
nieiita, or?l?r* for lltci pitperyor oilier
Imslm-sh. left In Hie loiter* box of tile
Worfolk Vlrflulan in ilieuillco of the
Iiuiiu of Berkley, i i Berkley Ave.,
will lie promptly ml ciKtc.cl io It put In
ll.V ill It'clftCli.
The Demoerntic Executive CommitteeI
have served notice on the town regis?
trars of an application for a mandamus!
lo compel'them to allow an examination
of the town registration books.
A mstss meeting will be held at Market
Hall to-night. The lasntes of the pres?
ent campaign will be discussed*
Rev. James Y. old. a former resident
of Berkley, on his way to the Raleigh
conference, was in town yesterday and
was the gtifst of Captain M. C. Keeling,
on Cheat nut street.
Yesterday bring St. Andrew's day,
Holy Communion was celebrated at St
Thomas' Church at 0 o'clock a. m.
Mr. and Mr?. J. L. Hudglns' son.
I .Tames, is very .??ick nt their h.ime on]
Mr. Charles Bllven and his force left
Monday for Buck roe Reach, whir.' he
begun work on his contract.
Mr. W. II. Cimp Is malting quite nrj
Improvement on hia lot on Liberty street
Yesterday morning the club's dogs
to-'k a hot chase of four hour,- but with- '
?ul wtccess. The dog.a lost the trail
and the old fox sneaked off in good
trim for tunning, but soon a new trail
was up and another fox in the wind.
The chase waa kept up an hr?ur and a
half, when the old fellow was soon wal?
lowing in the dust.
Wonders Never Cease.
No one nerd sitfl'cr tlto tortures of
rheumatism, because that modern lini?
ment, Salvation Oil, positively cures it.
"I was a errat fiufl'crcr from sein tic
rheumatism, and tlio best of doctors
attended mo without relief. I com?
menced using Salvation Oil. and two
bottles helped niic wonderfully. It
certainly has worked wonders with nib',
Mrs. E. .7. Pliclps, Box 28, l-.nlield,
Conn." Salvation Oil is for sale, by all
dealers for 25 c-ts. Take no substitute.
cannon's Pharmacy, <2fl Hute street.
Alfred T. \Wst, 21(1 Main street,
i: bt F. Holmes ,t Co., 16 Main street,
lie island's Atlantic City Drug Store.
THE BANK OF BERKLEY.
BUSINESS AND SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.
BAUE DEPOSIT BOXES.
Dr. C. P. ASKREN.
Dr. Askrcn, one of Indiana's prominent
physicians, graduated from the Kentucky
School of Medicine, Louisville. lie is) now
practicing at Tcrrc flaute, and is visiliti);
physician to St. Anthony's Hospital. He ia
a member of the Am. Mod. Assn.; Acscul
npian Society of the Wabash Valley, Vigo
Co. and Indiana State Societies, and Miss.
Valley Med. Assn.
"Tcrnlla: for Coaiumpllcts."
11 have frequently had
occasion to prescribe Ter
raline. The results have
always been highly satis?
factory. It is no doubt
destined to replace the dis?
agreeable and unpalata?
ble cod liver oil emulsions
and kindred preparations.
C. E\ ASK REN, U. D.,
Tcrrc Haute. Ind.
August 25th, 1807.
?in this connection
I may add that Terralinc
is still a faithful friend of
mine. It serves me well
always, and I shall-cer?
tainly continue to pre?
C F. ASK REN. M. D.
Throat and Lung .^(
Terralinc finds us best recommendation in tl:o lndorsomct of
prominent physicians everywhere. Terralinc. unlike ct?t liver
nil. In li.ali 1.1 .iclr.?.?nd rmdl.vrtitfe'tc.!. Children like Terralinc.
Terralinc cures pneumonia, la grippe. Wasting Diseases, cone hs,
ti.'il .. ami tluoai troubles. Terralinc is r.otapatoiit medicine
Write f^r booklet ''Physicians Tcsllaiony."
Of Dntrf~iMs in Hie V. S. and Europe. The. Tcrra1ii:r ConpanT. Washington, D. C.
Maryland is full of people who Uav<- been cured of Rheumatism by Durang's Rheumatic Reinedv ?15 \i ti-iork SUN.
It cures Rheumatism wbcu everything else fails.?K.\suvif.i.k:(Tcnn.) Am kmc an.
Some of our bratclllzcu? liaro used it with great success.- Ricu>i6:tt> (Va.| Wine.
1: is a iMiiiitivv cure lor Hllenuiatibiii ? A ri.anta (C.:i.) Constitution.
_Sold by nil Druggists. One Did la r. f
YOU PAY US
Tlie stock of Men's, Roys' and Children's Fine Clothing. The
great dissolution of co-partnership lias startled the city, many persons
coming fifty miles to share in our coliossal offerings. We have called
this a champion sale, because we have proven beyond a doubt that we
are the champion bargair fivers, .lust as a m?h conquers his oppo?
nent; just as an oarsmen iinishes first; just as a horse leads in a race,
they are declared the champions, and just so we call this a Champion
Sale, because we come first as bargain-givers. The Challenge Sale
that we have inaugurated on account of the retiring of Mr. F. Fried
lander, from the firm of Friedender, Reed* Williams' & Co., with fac?
tory 12 and 14 White street, New York City, Branch Stores 139, 1-41,
143 Eighth avenue, New York City, and the
Cannon Ball Clothing Co.,
Old No. 89j new No. 219 Main street, Norfolk, Va., was a great success.
The response given our offerings was beyond our most sanguine
expectations. Rut the Challenge offerings, as great'as they were; lire
nothing compared 10 what we will offer from now Until December
3 1st, so that we can make a CASH, speedy settlement with the retiring
pariner; Read the. prices which follow:
Men's Strong Working (ft* 1 00
Bults?for quick Sellin? J g j
M< n's Overcoats, sill wool,
black anil i>iui\ good li oh
Ing, well wearing.
Urn's Suits, fancy pat?
terns, not irlctly all wool,
but very cheap at.
Men'"? Plaid ami Over
pluld suits, assorted styles
ami bargain wonders.
Men's lilnck ami nine
Suits, sizes up to 42?
1.; ti,c inust-have-money
Men's Suits, all wool, I'mo
Iv made and trimmed,
worth folly J10?wonderful?
ly low at.
Mo,'8 Suits, fine cassi
mcres, English effects, well
tailored, sale la lee.
Men's Suits, v-< nulne Rng
llsli homesp?ns; lo see is to
line at sale pr'.cc.
!Oaty, I ml
Inn lining, imported /P ft ?} n
fabrics, ridiculously low / J> %
400 ' fancy cnsslineres, nil wi
.J? ?''^':''i 1 .'" 16 y*ars old?<
Men's lino Kersey Overcoats, Hnl
Children's Suits, 2 *plccca, n. p.
Wi ll made unit nicelv ?n!?h. KM I
ed, ages ? to 11 y< i
Children's Suits in Mac*, blue
and gray cheviots, made
oil in first class man
I IJoys' Ivh
Men's line Scotch, Tweed and Plaid
? Suits, ncvor ottered for less "j r?
than $it-for ibis great
and durable, fiOc. their act?
ual value?our Mile price_
Men's honestVind service?
able working trousers, tap?
ed senilis, double sowed ....
Men's blue, black and
Cheviot Trousers, c,ood
Inislui s.i pnnta for business
Men's Trousers, pbrnomln.il value In
ivy Worsted ("ape Mackln- j worsted* and casslmerea,? fjf I c\ /
-.and bine, war- O Q C ' we close this lot out quick- T? I Jti
worth $7?niust ?.oO ; ly 1,y ^"crcd them at. r -y
i Men's Imported Homespun and
0 CC Tweed Trousers; French ^ | QO
Z I3D ' waistbands: $1 regular prlcoJL 5 J1A
w f i ? hero at .?L>
Terms of sale will be strictly cash. Merchants living within a radius of r.O
miles and purchasing to the amount of $100 w'll have their faro paid. All
alterations to tbe reiall trade will be free ct charge.
If anything you buy yon do not foel satisfied with, by returning It In ten
days In good order, we Will refund your money.
i osbes, black
t;o at .
Men's Overcoalo in double
breasted styles?a wonder?
ful bargain at sale price...
Old No. 89; New No. 219 Main Street, Norfolk, Va.
OPPOSITE ACADKMY OF MUSIC.
As the Mercury
conl goes up. Older your supply now'
Crom our high grade, woll-screoheil Torti'S '
Cr cl; coal before prices rise, und yoii
will limn!: us for the lip. A Up In time '
saves money. Von can't beat our prices, V
nor c:11 you beat the quality of our coat!?''
AH kinds Anthracite and 1 ilimnlnous.
Terns Creek Coal and CoKg Company, ?
fRlGG ? W ILM ER, Agents,
53 GRANIIY STREUT.PHONE ? .11? W
l? N1VISON STREET"..PHONE 31t |
F F? U 1 T 3
a n o
R r o o \ j o e:.
220 Water Street.
FINEST AND FULLEST LINE IN NO It FOLK, Cl "". TO SHOO.
FURNITURE, CARPETS, SHADES, CLOCKS, HOUSE FURNISHINGS GEN-m
E1LVLLY LOW FOR CASlt
JUST AND FA lit INSTALMENT ARRANGEMENT?
PHONE '-'":!. 212 CHURCH. OPPOSITE JEWISH SYNAGOGUE.
r?'i'ho wrr'.ii IdinlrCl tUo pertfpcs Kant Net
courage, ?Urniiy, crmusculr.r development atone,
buttbatfeubtleaud wojHlcrful force (rn?wa ?i
i which im ho Rlory nf mn?lsftdfl?tli? pri''e o<
botb ohl and rotjnK.buttbi roaro ibi aer.ad? ?>< men
? RttiTerlnK tbo mmisl torturci ?>i a w'enlsetie?!
i mcnl'oiMl. shmtcrrd nervo?, m.o falling
! sexual power wboctubdcurcub] mir
M agi c?l Tr?atm e nt
which nur Kot alten tthornn under oar dlreetlone
or wo wlltpiyR. lt.fr.ro n: d hotel Iii II? for Ihoto
who wli h locoraq litre,If we fall lo cure. Wcbivo
n? fror prc-vii; '.'(.nr.fvre. rvirr or C.C.l). f.-!:o. Woi
hure?" ii.i ikypittii?Mi Riinrantea to euro every
ease we irr?' or refund every <i< ilnr you my up, or
foe roar bo deposited In any tirnk to b? paid 11?
wb? ii n core l* effected. Write fr?r full partlee'eris
SJTAl'SS SSESOKCAKi CO.; Onutlin, Beb,
?Established in ISM.
Dpcrates tb?o Edison System, furnishing
direct electric' eurrout for Incandescent
lamps, motors for iimnufiicturlnR, electric
fans and other purposes. Current lit: and
volts. Mrush and American System for
mi' In inns.
General offices No. 271 Main street, at
Savings linnk of Norfolk: station and su>
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NO. ;is WATER STREET.
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