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NEAT PLAID CHEVIOT SUIT, strictly all wool, made up
in single breasted sacks with clay body lining ?jul ?tln
yoke and tapings; seams all liiiishe.t
With a narrow lap effect; trousers cut small
and shapely ; Warranted a perfect tit - - -
Novelty Plaid, all wool Cheviot. Single breasted sack suits,
four-button styles lined with best quality of double warp
Italian cloth. Quite as nobby a suit as has A jjf"
been shown this season by anybody at 5 IS. ^?5^,
Broken plaid Cheviot Sack Suits, a choice pattern, and made
just as well as we know how to make-a suit. The lining is neat
plaid wool cassitnere, with Skinner's best sat- <t? ^ f* f\
In across the Shoulders; lap seams. No tailor J) ? ^ <jJU
could produce the equal under ?2o ? *
Single-breasted s;ick Brown Worsted Suits, in choice plaid*
pattern that is very genteel; is perfect iti
every detail?lit. style and finish. Equal l<
the usual ?20 value --------
Uli STOCK display this season can but deeper root ns in our
position as LEADERS. Our prices cannot be "under
named" without trailing* the qualities in the dust of uncer?
tainty. Better goods, or a greater variety of them, than we arc
showing, in novelties and standards, were never assembled before
under one roof. Don't . skip a single item. Every one is the
messenger of a genuine bargain.
75 dozen TECKS, PUFFS.
Just added to our 50c. grade.
Special Holiday Patterns and they're
the eo.ua! of anybody's 75c. Scarfs.
Tapo Borders (plain while).
Hemstitched, 25. each, it in box
Fancy Borders?special price....
Fancy Centers and Borders ....
All the latest Novelties In Bicy?
cle Suits and Golf Outllts. Our
J.VOO suit cost 5S.00 elsewhere.
You can't pick out a bettor present, for
double the money, lo give a grntlcmnn
that'll please, him so well as a pair of our
Hand-embroldcrcd-ln-sllk Suspenders far
Special for the holidays. Every pair In
glass-front box. other novelties?big line.
Our guaranteed Dogskin, tan shades, at si, worth
American make. $1.50.
Dent's Imported Helgrnvla,, Mahogany and Tnvistor
Dent's Cheverotto Kid. Streut slindes^-$2.25.
CJrey Chcv'erettt?the most
?"lain colors and stripe.1 In cotton?25c. a pair. f! pairs in a
k?$1.25. Cotton, full regular made?plain and fancy?:;r.c.
75c. a pair. S did black?Onyx dye?25, 35 and SOc, pair.
Balbriggan and British?25o to 50c. a pair. Plain and striped|
[Merino?25c. to 50c. a pair. Fine quality French Cashmere
?50e. and 75c a pair. Sanitary Wool?50c to 76c a pair.
IRISH FREIZE OVERCOATS, lined all through with heavy
quality satin, quilted to the waist; made
with lap seams; an exceedlnly stylish
garment, and the value is extraordinary for Vr*'* f'
Double mill and double faced Covert Cloth Overcoats, cut
short and made skeleton, the "plaid back of the cloth taking the
placeof lining; filiisHed with satin yoke and tapings, bellows
pockets, strap seams and full back. \Ve
ask especially the young men wdio pay
from $20 to $25 for overcoats to see these
Handsome Brown Kersey Overcoats, cut the swell length
and lined with genuine English cassimere and satin yoke;
facings are taped with velvet cbrdings, sleeves are lined with
silk, collar is silk velvet, seams are heavily
lapped and the back lungs straight from
IIA .\ KS.
Gentlemen like to carry an oddity In a
stick. We've opened for Christmas a lino
of Natural Wood?, Plain Handles, or Gold
or Silver mounted?Knobs,- Crooks and
Opern Heads. Designs and patterns that
arc entirely new and most original. From
50c. TO $'i.00.
Holidays?"A pair In n
o of thi? best French
ts, handsomely cm
I silks, f.i. SI, S5 and $1
Ilk effects to show you.
CM lilt 1.1.1.AS.
28-Inch Gloria Cloth, Natural Handles, SI. worth $1.50.
2?-lnch Gloria Cloth, Nan, al Handles. $1.50, worth $2.00.
20 and 2S-Iticll Kllk Crouks and Mount?, $1.25 to $2.50.
ZG and SHS-Iiicll siilk Covered, mounted on natural roots, crooks, carved
Ivory, rhlnlccros horn and luks, gold nr.d silver trimmed?up to $15.
SI 1 Ii. IIANOliKlttilllEF.H.
1'laln White Pongee .. '..'.50c. to $1.50.
Fancy and Embroidered Herders. Ir.OOc. to $2.00.
Plain shades In Pink, Blue and Nile Green, extra size .$1.00.
Embroidered Initial .50c. and 75c.
Fine Open Work Embroidered Initial .$1.00.
Smoking Jackets and Bath Robes.
Striped Eider-down, pocket and cutT bound in Velvet, worth
$7.00, for $4.48.
Cordorqie, Green, Tan and Brown Tricot, with satin facing,
worth $8.00, $5.00.
Maroon, Green and Blue Silk Velvet Dress Coats, silk quilted
Red and Blue English Bath Blankets, worth $12.00, $7.50.
s; -?in.tew KA K.
100 doz. Fine Natural Sanitary Wool (Shirts and Drawer;)
Si.50 each piece?worth $2.00.
50 d.>z. Genuine l ie: by Kibbebd (Shirts and Drawers), Noyla
shades?$1.75 each piece?worth $2.00.
?15 doz. Fine Lamb's Wool?White?(Shirts and Drawers)?
$2.50 each piece ? worth $3.00.
Four Features in Our Hat Department.
1st. We have about fifty dozen tine Derbys and Fedoras,
$1.00, worth $2.00.
2d. We have about 23 dozen fine Black and Brown Derbys,
latest shapes, for $1.00, worth $2.$0.
3d. One line of $1.90 Hats, will cost you $3 in any hat store.
4th. We give you a $$.00 black and ? $?.00 quality for$3.00
because we are headquarters.
CONVICT SKIPS OUT
Dockery Family Have Front Seals at the
ANOTHER RAILROAD IN PROSPECT
Ravages of Tuberculosis?Judge Nuts
ton Knys He M'ns Jolling?Sivcep?
Ine Decision by Ihe .State TreiiNnr
er?Premium l'revnrlentor Discov?
Raleigh, N. C, Dee. IS.?(Special)?
?Yesterday afternoon Thomas Shadrick,
a negro convict from Itbwan, serving
a seven-year term ici the penitentiary
for highway robbery, escaped, thanks
to the carelessness of guards, or, per?
haps, ;their fewness. Only four day
guards are on duty. Shadrick perhaps
climbed the cast side of the stockade.
He was a cook in the -criminal insane
department. All night bonllres ? were
ablaze, while search was. made for him,
under the idea that he might be in the
?enclosure. A reward of $L'5 is offered.
?Revenue Collector Simmons' four
years' term of service ended Novem?
ber 27th, but his commission does not
expire until June 30t.h. lie vens tem?
porarily appointed and it was a long
time before bis nomination was con?
firmed. It is expected tlr.n Duncan will
take the place January 1st. though in
euch a case his confirmation will have
to be very prompt. It is said Oliver
Dockery, Jr., is to have a place either
as chief clerk (now held by T. 1$. \Vbm
ack) or treasurer (new held by S. A.
As to the United ?States Marshal it is
Bald that un!e?.s Henry Dockery Is im?
mediately confirmed he cannot take
hold January 1st. It is said by some
that Claude Dockery will be his chief
deputy (place now held by Hannn). It
? is also said that young Carroll, now a
clerk under Marshal A. J. Carroll, will
retain that pla'.-e.
It is the talk that another railway is
sure to he built from Raleigh, probably
in the direction of Dillington, HTarnet't
Tuberculosis has appeared again
among the cattle at the State experi?
mental farm and three cows have been
killed. The' very roe Jersey bull of
the Inline: asylum herd is also reported
This a.';ernenn Acting Deputy Sheriff
ySl. IT. frr-aoks relumed from HSltiinore
$Sv5th Wiivis, the negro who in a most
, c.\'.'-b!..-.i:!v l w-.y murdered Mahala
j Y\'a.';<? at ftcr home, near here.
;Ji(dge :?>???. tan writes Governor Rus
'.fc?'.i |-r:vftti: secretary that he did not
il.-U'i- ' tJio grand Jury at Charlotte that
Q;*?<?/?I tax-payers were liable to im
1'.' :.: .?. nt. tie says he made a ye
i '?? '?' !?? I! ? I'hcrlff In '.? jocular way
? i:r;i>:t1 jury had left the room.
'? ' J i '. !? iv.'slr.tlve coirmlttee exam
'*lt)h-s. i he 1 ? uV.s and vouchers of -the
iy.<-??-'"?! Trc-.VMirsr and Auditor will not
complete that work until next Tues?
day. Rev. Dr. R. P. Dlxon, chairman
of the committee, had to go to the Ox
foraj Orphan Asylum to-tiny.
State Treasurer Worth decides that
tobacco warehousemen are commission
merchants ami liable to the tax of 1
per cent, on their commissions. This Is
Quite n sweeping riding.
Inspector of Public Bulldings, .lohn
II. Devereux, will recommend several !
Improvements of the public building
here, Including repainting, new hall?
ways and better lights.
A man writes to the Adjulant-flene
ral here .that he captured at Sailor's
Creek the Hag of the Twenty-first
North Carolina and the remnant of
that regiment; also parts of two other
regiments; that ho did this alone and
unaided; that his regiment came Up ami
Hint he had to turn over his prisoners,
some 400 men, but Kept 'the. (lag of the
Twenty-first. Ho wants to correspond
with some of the Twenty-first, This
letter writer lives at Walla Walla and
Is the lancer prevaricator of this de?
At the penitentiary farms <in the
li lanokc 2,600 bales of cotton have been
picked und Superintendent Smith says
700 are yet unpicked, of course a good
deal will be lest.
Elizabeth City; N. C, Dec. IS.?(Spe?
cial).?Rev. Dr. Mill will prctVh at the
Iflvnngellcal As- elation Tabernacle on
Messrs. li. \v. Banders A- Bro., are
putting up a building on Pearl street,
to which they will move ithclr machine
shop, as the building which they now
occupy is being made into a hotel.
Prof. w. M. Hlnton will lecture on
"The Power of the W old." at Shllo,
Camdeh county, next week.
Rev. R. w. g.'.anclll, of Hampton, Va..
formerly of Ivey, N". Y.. will preach at
the courthouse on Sunday.
The Raptist Sunday School will give
a cantata an Tuesday. December 2SMl.
PrneMcc is being Industriously In
dulgi '1 in every day.
The most attractive .thing In the city.
, Seng's displ ay of holiday goods. (Add).
Hertford, .V. C, Dec. IS.?(Special).)?
Mr. It; R. suinn r has been in town the
' past week.
All of . ur schools will close next
Thursday for the Christmas Holiday*,
j The Kpiscopal Sunday School will!
I give a Christmas tree at the Armory
! hall Christmas night. The Baptist
; Su.. lay school will have their .Chrlst
j mas tree New Year's eve night,
j Two Mormon preachers preached at
j the courthouse last night.
, Kdcnton, X. c, bee. IS.?(Special).?
.Mrs, a. D. Jewel returned yesterday
The show windows of our merchants
; prellt ? very attractive and Christ
i bias Ilk ? aap aiv.nce.
I -Mr. 13. i.. Woodard, an ex-rcslderiil
of pur town, now of N'orfolk, is on our
I tr la this morning.
W. o. Holley, Esq., of Hertford, Is
at the Woodurd House.
W. E. CaltQji, of Seattle. Wash., Is
registered at the Uay View.
.Messrs. W. C. Maekin, L. R. Worrell,
,T. C. Hunger and Harry IIInkle, 62
Philadelphia, are In our little city on a
'I he disappearance of Willie rtoberls
?this week Is causing his mother con?
siderable anxiety. He has not been seen
since ii o'clock Tuesday night.
A Greek key pattern was traced with
black v, hei ribbon In n half inch width
u the bottom of the skirt and on, the
bodice at each side of the front, in jack, :
suggestion, a green-and-whlto check I
matcrlnl being the basis for this .n
rangeinent of trimming. An arahesqiie
device <ir a lattico pattern could be used
In the t\inie ivjy upon olth ?:? checked or
a smooth yoke describing many points,
id,-eve caps of similar outline ami puffed
fronts combine to create an Interesting
effect In a basque-w.llst.
Flufllnoss in the Ca?tclkine blouse
wai.-t Is produced by i shirred back and
fronts, a vest puffed like the rest of the
'blouse, and niOUsQUCtalrc sleeves with
tiddly shaped ctlff>.
Kither a rollin? or a standing colkir
any be added to a simple bouse-walst
with the fulness all drawn to the cen?
ter both back and fron:.
An early English s'tyl s Is Suggested in
a shirred h.i.->iue-wn!.<t, the shirring ex?
tending to york depth.
The Derby jacket Is a smart blazer
with a tri trow collar fin I rev, r.-> that are
rolled io the waist-line when the jacket
Is worn open, birl only to just the thront
when l: is closi d.
A deep, round collar nnd kerchief con?
fer a quaint air upon a comfortable
sown planned to suit elderly wearers.
A military p'.yle i.-> copied In the
guardsman jacket; the fronts flare In a
decidedly fetching way.
The jacket of another costume de;
signed for maternity and Invalid wear
shows ornamental fronts with lab ro?
vers opening over a full vest,
a multiplicity of trills distinguishes
the frbu fron waist, which Is made with
a de p. round yoke closed on the left
The up-lo-d'ale two-piece costume
unites a live-gored skirt with a fan
plaitcd back and an Eton jacket with
lower pointed outline in front.?Prom
Commerce in Persia is carried on al?
most entirely by caravan.
It Costs you Nothing
To Test its Wonderful Merit.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is the dis?
covery of the eminent physician and
scientist nnd as t>nr',\ is nor recommend?
ed for everything, It Is distinctly n
kidney and blnddfer remedy ami has
been so wonderfully successful in quick?
ly burins even tie- most distressing
eases of these disorders that if you
wish 10 prove its wD'nd rful merits you
may have n sa'mpl'a bottle and a book of
valuable; Information both sent abso?
lut, ly free by mail. Mention the Sunday
Virginian and send your address to Dr.
Kilmer ? Co.. Rlnghamton, N. V. This
liberal offer appearing in this paper Is
a guarantee of genuineness. The regu?
lar sizes arc sold by druggists, price 60
cent.; and one dollar.
WALKER TO HAVE HELP
A n ol Ii ft Republican Member Will Be Placed
Upon Elections Committee No. 3.
PRITGHARD LANDS ANOTHER FRIEND
l'?r(siii<iu(li to Ilnvo u Xew I'oxtiiinsw
lor?In vision <>l oiiiec NcekcrNi
Comes ii? NniiglJl?I'resMenl l'rxf? j
I ho Wairrinic faction* to llnry I tin
Washington, D. c, Doe. IS.?(Spe
e|a;l.)?Chairman Waller, ?: Klection
CommHtco N <? '?>. said to-day that
Speaker Rood had promised him t..
[ill the vacancy iccnsloried hy the res
Ignn-tlon of Representative Codding of
Mass., before Ms committee will com
: in. nee the cons-id -ration of the contest?
ed election cases. As Mr. Codding is it
Republican bis successor will be tot Ur?
sa nie faith;
General Walker further said t-hat he
and Mr. Codding boi med not to be able
to get along harmoniously together, it
was for that reas'an, lie presumed He
retlr? d from the committee.
Senators Prltchard. ..r .Vorth Caro?
lina, has landed his candidate for
, United states internal revenue collector
for line K >urth district his state. Mr.
! Duncan .v.is formerly a member <>f t-hc
ffjegislatiire from U atifort, and did
yeoman service for Senator Prltehard
j when he Was up for re-election. This,
?with ether appointments secured by
him. shows thai fhe President Is car?
rying mi t the alleged bargain nr.i.l ?
by Mark Hamm, to give Senator
Pritchnrd control of the Tar Heel
State's patronage for -his active su;>
i port of the adminl.vt ration In the
: United States Senate.
Postmaster Rend, of Newport News,
was at the Postolllee Department to
, day. He succeeded in obtaining three
\ new letter boxes for his street <? llec
; ti'uis. and the premise of the cstniillsh
incnt of a Mil>-.-:tatIon, wtilch he will
locate n"ar l/ikecille. lie .-Npee'-- that
i he* will l>e given another sub-station
I next summer. At each of these poln-is
; an additional clerk will he placed in
I At the conference with 81 nat'ir llan
, ha, 'the tilling ..f the p.>si-;i-.ii <>r post?
master at Portsmouth and Old Point
was considered. Mr. Hannn stated
that the policy of the President was to
?p-.rmit all Incumbents to fill out Ihelr
terms unless charges; were preferred
and proven. As Air. Booker hat yet
nearly a year to serve an effort will
bo made to get him out before thai
Mr. Kimberly, an active candidate for
; tl?e Old Point office, Is hero actively
; pushing l.is eanvass. Other Candidates
i for the position are Messrs. Haas and
i WcK-h. it Is also stated that ex-Con
i gressman Mbbey would not be adverse
; to accepting the place, and he may be
a decti d if the light becomes too warm.
Among Uta act Ivo candidates for the
; Portsmouth postmaster are Messrs.
i.arkin. Burroughs and Murdnugh.
I .Mr. Bowden Is understood .to favor
I All the Virginia members will re
turn to their homes during the Christ?
Mr. Epes has retired .at his own re?
quest from the Hons." Committee on
the Itcvision of the Laws.
Senator Martin, since his arrival here,
hois been a mo>-t busy man, and is
CO'hsttrinitly called out of l"no Senate
chamber to see constituents.
Me ia very suave in manner and
makes friends of all he meets.
The second invasion of Virginia Re?
publicans to Washington lias come to
naught. They arc making their exodus
to-day, and Still 1.10 olTlclnl pic ha.-! been
distributed. The milt hlne men?Wad
dill, Brady, Bowdt-n and others?hnvol
had an extended conference ivlth Scnri
tor Hanna, nie agreement now Is that \
710 appointments in Virginia will be de
elded upon umII after the hoi!.lays.
Congressman Yost and Walker Rawplhe
President this morning cm the same
errand and received similar informa?
tion. He urged the factions to get to?
gether nnd said appointments would l>2
delayed unless tin y harmonised differ?
Postmaster-General Gary has prom?
ised to appoint 1.. Burroughs post?
master at Portsmouth early in Jan?
uary. Hooker, til (aid Point, will not be
disturbed at present.
Till-: UNITED CHARITIES.
Membership fees .and contributions to
United Charities for the week ending
December IS, 1897, are reported by the
treasurer 'as follows: Miss Hltszlc S.
M.c. 5.00; Miss ICliza Dodd, 85.00; S.
1.'. Collins, $5.00; George Todd, 83.00;
Airs. 15. A. Ryan, $5.00: Miss 1311a Wood,
$5.00; Hatch & Dean, $5.00; Mrs. I.
1 >. Mcliitosh, $5.00; cash, $10.00; Dr.
Alex. TunstaH, $.*,.(>0; Robert Tall. .",.0il:
R. c. Taylor, 85.00; Mrs. C. w. Taylor,
,00; Mrs. John K. Todd. $5.00; Mrs.
Fits, $1.00; Capt. W. W. Chamberlain.
$10,00; \v. W. Hunter, $10.00; <:. H.
Wales, $10.00; J. W. Hunter, $10.00.
You feel fine Y
After a cure by "Seventy
seven'' you feel tine. Not lik
a rag, all played out, as if you
liad been drawn through a knot
hole: as you tin after other treat?
ment; because "77" besides
during the Cold, tones up the
system, braces you up, never
lets you run down: is a tonic
from start to finish. You will
appreciate this when you con?
sider how debilitating a Cold
and especially La Grippe is.
.\ sue, vlni lentis io ? iioiinr C ihU.
At druggists or sent on receipt of price;
Ask for Dr. Humphreys' S|>ee(flc Mnn
unl of all Diseases at your druggists or
11urnphreys' Med. Co., cor. William nnd
John streets, New York.
Sup. it. Wisirst pi
On December the 24th, this
store must be vacated, In the
short interval between now;
and then the slock must be j
sold. 11 consist s ol High
Grade Shoes for Ladies, Gen
Hemen and Children, which
will be sold without regard to
original cost or value.
Traof aiifl valises;
This has been a special fea-|
lure in this business and a more
elegant line is not to be found
soulhol New York. They,;
too, must go. Nothing can]
remain unsold. II you ever
expect to want a Trunk or
Valise, either for your own
use or with which to make a
holiday present, this is an
opportunity you have never
had bet?re, and may never
have again. Sale now in pro?
gress. Plenty of salesmen to
wait on you. Come quick?
time is short.
Hew No. 220 Main St.
Academy of Music Building,
We have raised the butter
standard of Norfolk, our 25c.
quality gives satisfaction ; it is
line bill ter. Hundreds who de?
mand high grade butter buy
this. Those who want the
finest that money will buy get
"Mettowee/' pay 30c.
^5X1 UW;..r ft'?V.Vi
Misawcd ra chare-., fir miv Inllamma
n Miiatw*. liiiu, iirltnllon of ulccra
j,. r.-M-.; .n. lion of HI Uro II.? Ill'-ltl
.???'"^?'?NsCiicvinmCo. brane?. Noii-.utrlnKout.
Wfi\0l!ICIHII?T1IO.EE!^R *loW t,v l>r??KKl??"i
Kf'i't USA "r ?'??nl In flam ?raprrr,
' ^'A l'V -Ai nsr. prepaid.'for
* ^t-iiii'"'V ?* Circular lout on risjuuit.
In'IS iioiirn nonorrrura and
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r;ui?. iirr'-l<- l'liv Sunt . I
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A??TIO.\ SALES THIS HAT.
By Morris' Auction I louse, in and 03 Now
?ITIVfi AUCTION SALE OF ALT,
.ho Stock of Books; Stationary, Fancy
Goods, Pictures, Frames, Show Cos, .,
Counters, Fixtures, olc. in the store Nu.
82 Bank Street, epposite the courthouse
Sale i very day. It. It. MORRIS,
A1?CTI02V SALES?FUTURK ?AT.
PURSUANT To A hKKP OF Till 1ST
I innde hy Charles It. Old Held nnd F. M.
<>Mil,l>l, h!s wife, to me, as trustee, dated
the !-aii .lay of December, ISSS.nnd record?
ed in I >. It. I!,7. p. :.">. Clerk's ofllee Couniv
Court, Norfolk county, Vn., 1 shall sell at
public auction to the highest bidder at the
Real F. state Rxchnngo, Main street, Nor?
folk, Vs., THURSDAY, the Sid day of
December, l>;.T, at 12 o'clock in., the fol?
lowing property, to-wlt:
TWO TRACTS OR LOTS OF LAND,
situated in Tanner's Creek District, Nor?
folk county, near the city of Norfolk, Vn..
between I he 1'rluccss Anne and Broad
Creek Turnpikes. Being Hie same land
where the said C. It. Okiflcld Is now car?
rying on the brick mnnufnctprlng busi?
ness. Also all machinery, boilers, en?
gines, RbhfCng, belting, pulleys, and brick
machinery, and all other personal proper?
ly of every nature, .kind and description
on said land, Including bricks now manu?
factured or in course of manufacture.
Also .-, lot uf land situated ni Lambert's
Point, Norfolk county, Vn., and known
as lot No. thirty-nine, In block one hun?
dred and seventy-eight, on 35th street, ac?
cording to the plat of the Lambert')!
Point Investment Company, size of lot
twenty-live bv one hundred and twenty
live ft et.
The real properly first above mentioned
and the personal property will be sold
subject to a prior deed of trust to \V. .1.
Maxier, Jr., trustee, dated January 2d,
IV"., under which there Is now duo
W. J. BAXTER, Jr.,
TOWNSEND & JOYNES, Auctioneers.
Famiiu Supplies (or CHrislnias
Mnggl Boullen Postum ccreals.substilnlo
for coffee; nutritious and line coffee fln
vor. Iloipieford, Swiss, EdSin, Pineapple,
and best cream cheese. One pound prints
Car Brand Mutter, best made. 1.1 rid a 1
Vn!l, royal patent, patent super, the best
winter and spring wheat Hours. Kalslon
Health club Breakfast Food, Deer Foot
Sausage mid sliced Breakfast Bacon. The
best Smithfleld Hums and SailsngO. A
full line California and finest Imported
Vineyard cluster Raisins, Nuts, etc.
J. R. BBIGG8.
CHOICE FAMILY CROCERIES,
li:> Commercial Place (Old Market Sipiare)
Reduction in Rale, Compressing Cotton
The CONSOLIDATED COMPRESS
COMPANY hog i" announce that on and
alter this dale, the charge for compress
lint col Ion will be reduced to twenty-live
(25) cents per bale.
We have two powerful compresses, am?
ple and convenient wharves and ware?
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We respectfully solicit correspondence
and business; CILVH. O. HAINES,
RICHARD A. DOB IE, Secretary.
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