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T?wf :oF Suffolk
POOR TIME FOR NEWS
No Hot Times in Ilm Old Town These Days
CANDIDATES FOR. OYSTER INSPECTOR
Cotmty Court Wilt Be Intercstlng
? Ball Dor Bleols n Violent Dcntti
TnlMng About aTournnniout?t'ox
Hunters Kill Tlir/c-JUcrc ntltl
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SufTolk. Va., Jan. G.?(Special.?Dur.
Ins these post-holiday .days when most
people -have si^mt. the'*, spare cash and
merchants have plenty ot'.?me to cat
their meals, business, is iiot the only
?thing dull In Suffolk. News is dull
so very quiet that-a d og light is a hot I
sen'saitlon, and a dea-th' or a marriage I
is almost an epoch. It-was not always
thus. There was a time w-hen Suffolk
could furnish the- reading public some
pretty warm numbers! 'It may be so
WANTS TO BE INSPECTOR.
OPr. B. H. Williamson, of Lower Par
ten, was In Suffolk to-day. Mr, Wil
llani?oit is -a candidate for oyster In?
spector, which position will soon be
filled by County Judge W. J. Kilby.
He. with Mr. Norfteet Haxrell and sev?
eral Suffolk friends, were looking arter
?Mr. Williamson's political"' interests.
There are several other candidates in
Nansemond for the same job.
CRl'MLNA-D COURT COM INC..
The coming term of Nansamnnd
County Court promises to be the mo.--l
interesting for several months. It will
?be a grind jury court. There are now
a number of criminals in jail awaiting
trial, nnd these, with those indicted,
will furnish occupation "for attorneys
ond amusement for spectators for sev?
MET A ATOLENT DEATH.
"Spot," Woodward & El ain't* pet bull
terrier died to-day. It got under n
dray and the skull was crushed. Tho
dog was highly valued and a general
favorite among those who visited their
Olfice. To-nvorrow t.here will be a
dog funeral. "Spot," will be buried In
MAY HAVE A-TOURNAMENT.
The people of Driver's may soon have
n tourtoanvent. .'Mr.' Reps Wllilamion'
said to-day that some of the leading
citizen? In that section were agitating
'the matter, and the'prospects for tho
chivalric contest?"' were!!'g'o6il. jlf Wie
people around 'Driver conclude to hold 1
a tmirnnment it will be.a good one, and !
all who go' may expect 'to derive the
full benefits attendant on'suoh an occa?
M. Bok, a Hebrew merchant, doing
ibuelness nt Franklin, "has assigned, with
Attorney R. E. L. Watklns as trustee.
The liabilities are not large.
DIDN'T CATCH 'HIM.
The SufTolk Fox Club wont- out to?
day to catch a fox or so and kill a
little time. They were successful In
the latter. The hounds-worked faith?
ful, but could not strike a warm trail.
They will soon try again.
HERE AND THERE.
Dr. Showman, late' ofj;BnltImoro, has
engaged as pharmacist In Brady &
Roberts' drug store. Dr. Showman may
soon bring to Suffolk -his family, which
iis now in Bcrryvlllo.:
Miss'Dlzzte Booker' left this morning
for Richmond to be: with Mrs. C. M.
Boswell in her affliction.
Mrs. Ben Dumville has almost re?
covered from her late illness.
Old Christmas received "very little rec?
ognition In Suffolk.
Cliff Cong, who had' just returned >
from Florida, left- to-day to resume
Staidle* in Wake Forest College.
Mt.. Ashton Ohalmers, .a prominent
druggist of Smlthfleld, has been visit?
ing friends in Suffolk this week.
Rev. J. B. Dunn, rector of St. Paul's,
led the week of prayer services to-night.
Gen. L. S. Baker led yesterday for
Hickory, N. C, to be with -his brother,
Dr. Richard Baker, -who was recently
injured by a fall. j .
are not distinguished by any mark
or sign from coughs that fail to be
fatal. Any cough, neglected, may
sap the strength and undermine the
health until recovery is impossible.
All coughs lead to lung trouble, if
Ayers coerrg Pectoral
"My wife was suffering from a dreadful
cough. Wo .did :not .expect' that she would
long survive,- but Mr. R.:V. Royal, deputy
surveyor, happened to be stopping with us
over night, and having a bottle of AVer's
Cherry Pectoral with him, induced my wifo to
try this remedy. Tho result was so beneficial
that she kept on taking it till she was cureil."
R. S. HUMPHRIES, Saussy, Ga.
"My little daughter wa3 taken with a dis?
tressing cough, which for three years defied
all the remedies I tried. At length, on the
Urgent recommendation of a friend, I began
to glvo her Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. After
using one bottle I found to my great sur?
prise that she was improving. Throe bottles
completely cured her."
^ J. A. GRAY,
Tot. Salesman Wrought Iron Rango Co.,
St. Louis, Mo.
is put up-in half-size bottles at half
Miss Myrtle Matthew? hna concluded
u. stiiy with friends In Norfolk.
Louis Brot her?, who has 'hoon con
riected with the Farmers' Hank as run?
ner! will soon leave for Poug.hhcepslo,
N. Y.. to take a business course.
Miss Sallle Ehy. of Smitliileld. has
been i-he guest of Suffolk friends this
The otiieers of Welcome Lodge No. 50.
Knights of Pythias, elected a week ago.
were Installed to-night l>y Deputy
brand Chancellor J. Hi Byrd.
Do you know that we sell the host Life
Insurance Policy to he bought any?
w represent the Union Central,
which Is absolutely tin- best company
which writ.'S business In this section.
Our Twenty Payment Life Policy
cannot be equalled by any contract or
Ti I'ed by any other company, while our
Life Hate Endowment poltoles are the
cheapest and best endowment Insur?
In these you pay ordinary lift! rates!
and got an endowment contract.
You will lose money If you Insure be- |
fore seeing IIS,
We also sell the very best Firr. and
WOODWARD & ELAM.
No. 15 Main street.
noK.-tf Suffolk, Va.
Cape of Jones Agnlnsl Die city?Hust?
ings CO.tirl Hocke!.
(Newport Newp, Va., .Ian. (5.?(Special.)
?I; is understood that the case of /,. T.
Jon. s iitfrln.ll the elly of Newport
News, which Is In the hands of Mr.
Joins' alt rnoys, Boykln & Lett, wa?
made up to-day. It is claimed H?tt
Mr. T. Jonen woj) Improperly dis?
missed from the force by the police
commissioners. Under t'hls contention
an effort was made jo cccure Hie po?
liceman's regular salary.
The docket for the January term of
the Hlis-tingS ('our!, which convenes
n.xt Mond'ay, was completed by Deputy
Clei'k Mrrrahlo. to-day. lAinong the im
p'i '.anl common law cases set for this
term are the- sin.ono damage suits by
Walter Eastman's nd'mlnlslrnror and
Critvford against F. F. and Martha A.
A marriage license was issued to
Booker Mason and Mary Woodly, col?
ored, at the clerk's olllce,
Ernesl Sounder, felonious shooting;
i?sn4 on to the grand jury for lnvesiiKa
.1. M. "Barton; summoned to show why
license fori.(heatre had not been pro?
cured; wos required to lake out license.
?Henry .Williams, unlawful shooting;
John H. White, colored, disorderly;
fined t#.6() and cos-'s.
Henry Ellis, colored. disorderly; sixty
day? In Jail.
William Jones, colored, larceny; fined
$5 and costa.
Dr. Louis Loch, assault; dismissed.
.T. A. Perkins, of Antiquity, O., was
for thirty years needlessly tortured,,'by I
physlelnns for the cure of eczema. He]
was quickly cured "bv using DeWIUV? '
Witch Hazel Salve, tho fmnoiM healing
rilve for piles and skin diseases. J. M.
Trotter.and lt. L. Walker, Norfolk, and
Truitt & Smith, Herkley.
VI ROIXil A'S MUSKRAT BILL.
An Effort lo Protect the Little Rodent
(From tho Richmond Dispatch.)
The people of the Eastern Shore
heartily endorse the bill of Delegate
S. W. Matthews intended Va prevent
the killing of muskrats during certain
months of the year, and Senator Le
C.lto knew he wa.-? doing the right
thing when, n-< chairman of lite Senate
committee, he made a favorable report
on the ninskrat bill. It created no sur?
prise here when it was announced in
Oho Richmond papers that the upland
member." of the general assembly had
endeavored to p dte fun w: tho bill ind
Indulge in good natured raillery at Del?
egate Matthews and Senntor Le Ca to.
The Dispatch correspondent was once
ns Ignorant of the delicious davor of
muskrat men as these upland repre?
sentatives now appear to b >; hut romc
llfteen years ago a kind friend In Onon
cock offered him some muskrat that
had been cau'gh.t and cooked at the
home of the Inte George R. Dennis, for?
merly a I'niled S:ites Senator from
Maryland, and from that day to this the
aforementioned correspondent has been
a dear lover of mtw?krat, properly pre?
pared and cooked. Senator Dennis, who
i was himself an Elstern Shoreman; and
: owned a line estate on the Pocbmnkc
: river. ? a high authority on things
j good to < at. and it Is known Ihatl he put
; few things it" any. above murkrnt. An
other man of this region famed for Iiis!
good living w is iheiateSamuel C. Tay?
lor, who for many years was a pillar
lot the ,,id Messengn Hardshell Baptist
Church in the northern part of Acco-1
mac. So .n.rong was his liking for1
mtisktal thai when he was eighty-three
years Old he spent an entire Sunday in
digging some of these wily little ani?
mals out of their hobs on the banks
. ;' Messengo Creek, for which he was
summarily turned out of the church
Nunieroii.ii other authorities and in?
stances could be cited to prove that
Delegate Matthews and Senator Lo
Cato are right In protecting the musk
rat from exitfrmlnatloh, and that the
upland members ae wrong in trying to
' ridicule a measure fraught with sol
: much Interest t-> the epicures of the;
Eastern Shore and other tidewater re
gions of Virginia.
A gentleman who has just arrived I
here from Ring and Queren county i
where muskrals abound along tue!
water courses. says that tbe people of
I-thai section heartly ind.>:?-?? the musk-!
rai; bill of Mr. Matthews. It is current
ly reported that Delegate Matthews Is
going ;o have several muskrals caught
and properly prepared during the
Chrismas holidays and will take them
to Richmond for the upland members
to eat, hoping thus convert them
from the error of their way of think?
ing about muskrat?. Several y-:-ars ago
while this writer was spending n sum?
mer In his native county of Nelson, he
was regaling some f.lends with an ac?
count of how the Eastern Shore* people
Cooked anl the famous diamond
bank terrapin, when an old colored
man, who hid been an atentive listener,
remarked with a significant grunt,
"Well I never expected dat a white mnn
raised in did county would ever come
LACKS THREE VOTES
Opponents of Hanna Insist That He Will
Never Get Above 70 Votes.
AND WILL BE REDUCED BELOW THAT
The Opposition on the Defensiv? and
Keeping IIn Majority In l.lno -
Jcptlin (>>rr?rd( or Cincinnati,
1'nt I'orwiircl l?y elm silver Fusion?
tuts, With I'rospccls of l.cuUlug,
Columbus, Ohio, J.in. 6.?Conserva?
tive estimates to-night place the legis?
lative vote at 76 to 70 against Hanna.
The workers of the Senator claim 71
votes ami assurances of tho necessary
two additional votes and possibly four
more. The opposition Insists that Han?
na will never have 70 votes on Joint bal?
lot, ami that they have gained two
votes since ttio legislature 'adjourned
over until Monday. 'Before the chair?
manships and preferred places and
oidler patronage are disposed of, the
opposition say that Hanna's vote will
be reduced considerably below 70, which
Is now at least three short of enough
The opposition to Hanna consists of
the sixty-live Democratic members and
of the following ten Republican mem?
bers: Representatives Harry C. Mason,
and Sit; l'\ Braihloy, or Cnyahoga;
J. P. Jones, or Stark; John B. Griffith,
of Union; J. C. Otis, or Hamilton: Win.
O. Scot'i, or Fulton: Henry H. Redkey.
of Highlands; D. O. Ttulan, or Carroll
and Harrison; .lamm Manuel or Mont?
gomery .and Senator Vernon II. Burke,
Included In the ll?t of those support?
ing Hanna are Representatives Droste
and Dine, silver Republican furt?nlsts
from Cincinnati, who are counted for
Jepthll Gerrard. The developments to
d'.ay indicated tihat Oer.ard would not
only be voted for on the ballots for
Senator, but that he might lead on the
first ballot if the present efrorts are sue
cissful to make him the free silver He
publican candidate. Gerrard Is one of
the wealthiest men in Cincinnati and
has alwayo been a radical sliver man.
Representatives James Joice. or
Guernsey, win* Is Included In the 70
votes claimed for Hanna. Is considered
as doubtful. The llmina men claim
that Jones, of Stark: Redkey. of High?
land; Itukin, or Carroll, and Harrison
and Manuel, or Montgomery, who are
on the list or the Opposition, are doubt?
The combine workers were aggressive
until the past day -or two. when they
not only had enough votes to defeat
Hanna but hail also reached cull tho
doubtful members, The opposition Is
now on the defensive in keeping Its
majority in line. The contest has set?
tled down to a siege In which the oppo?
sition holds the fort and the Hanna
men are charging oh the breastworks.
'It is conceded that the opposition Is
well organized and drilled and also des?
perate in this fight. Elver since Kurtz
was retired as State chairman by Han?
na at the State convention at Toledo
last June, efforts have been made -to
retire Hanna and there will be a fight
to a finish on that issue.
The talk abou t Sena tor Burke being
in the doubtful list lias about subsid?
ed. He was slated for president pro
tern of the Senate by the opposition.
As he was not present on Monday to
qualify, Senator Thaddens Ei Crumley.
Democrat, was elected pro .tern. It
transpires that Senator Crumley wrote
out his resignation before his election,
nnd il is in the hands of Senator Fink,
the leader of the Democrat side. When?
ever Senator Burke is ready Senator
Fink will present the resignation of
Crumley os president pro tern and
Burke will get the place.
So far the opposition to Hanna Is not
only holding its men well In line, but
it has executed nil the plans, provided
for previous to the causes, on last Sat?
urday. The opposition managers say
ihey are having- no trouble to hold
their men out against Hnnna, but ad?
mit t.helr trouble In finding any candi?
date for whom the bolting Republicans
ami the Democratic members will vote.
The bolting Republicans are unanimous
In declaring they cannot vote for any
Democrat for Senator. Enough Demo?
cratic members to give the managers
trouble and anxiety say they do not
want to vote for a Republican for
Tin- solicitude 'if the combine on this
issue is shown in the following editorial
leader in this evening's Issue of the
Democratic Press, the organ or the
combined opposition to Senalor Hanna:
"The Democratic members or the
legislature now have it in their power
io defeat M. A. Hanna for the Senate
and the blame for a. failure to do it will
rest with them. They can make no sat?
isfactory explanation if they fail.
Stupidity in such an emergency as the
present Is Intolerable as guilt.
"F.vory Republican vote against Box
well for Speaker was cast to show un?
faltering opposition to Hanna. and has
no oilier moaning whatever. If so. the
overthrow of Hanna can be accomplish?
ed by the same Union of Bryan Demo?
crats and Foraker Republicans that de?
feated Box well and elected Ma son :
Speaker. How can this be brought
"Of course Hanna cannot be elected
so long as every Democrat, and For
ukor Republican Is in his seat and re?
fuses to vole ror him. But If any of
them remain away when the vote is
being taken he may be elected (or so
declared) by less than a majority of all
the members elected to the Assembly.
To guard against this chance let every
Democratic, member be present when
the ballots for Senator nre taken.
"But tills is not oil. Bet them all
vote for the same candidate In opposi?
tion to Hanha nnd let .this candidate
be one for whom every Foraker Repub?
lican can vote. This will not. only de?
feat Hanna's election, but It will In?
sure the election of nnothcr. A failure
of the Democrats and Foraker Republi?
cans to agree is exactly tlie opportunity
"Bet no Democratic member of the
Legislature suppose that a time will
ever arise during Die s:ssion when a
Democratic candidate for the Senate
run be elected. No Foraker Republi?
can can be induced to read himself out
of his party and thereby Justify the
charge of traitor nnd deserter that Is
I even now being made by the Hanna
"But as these Foraker Republicans
stand ready now to unite with the
Bryan Democrats to agree upon a Re?
publican other than Mark Hnnna, let
no Democratic member hesitate.
"Let the fusion bo as complete be
twecn (til who oppose Hanno. 0? It woo
In opposition -to Boxwell, so that Hanna
can bo defcutcd and some opponent
clecte/i on the first ballot. This Is the
only sure method to out-general Hanna.
"It Is hot only Idle, but It Is folly to
talk about electing a Democratic Sena?
tor, or casting complimentary votes for
popular Democrats. No man worthy
to be Senator in tlie Democratic party
In Ohio desires In this crisis to receive
a complimentary vote from any Demo?
cratic members of the Legislature. On
the contrnry, any man In the Demo?
cratic parly wlio permits a complimen?
tary vote to be cast for him will de?
serve the censure of the next Demo?
cratic State convention for his misera?
ble and selfish ambition.
"The Democrat who refuses to agree
upon any honorable Republican the
Foraker members unanimously propose
will In effect be oastlng half at least
the weight and Influence of his vote for
"The Democrat wliose vote would
elect Henna's opponent will be n friend
of Hanna If he refuses to cast it."
A call was Issued to-night by the Re?
publican State Executive Committee for
a mass convention of Republicans, to be
held in this city next Monday afternoon
to protest against the attempt to de?
feat Senntor Hanna.
A report was current .to-night that
a telegram hud been received by the
Democratic leaders from John H. Mc?
Lean, requesting that his name be kept
out of the Senatorial matter and urg?
ing the Democrats to agree upon a
candidate for Senator to defeat Mr.
Hanna. While there was no positive
con Urination of this story, there were
development which led to tho belief
that it contained some truth.
Hon. Henry H. Redkey, representa?
tive from Highland county, came out
to-day for Senator Hanna. He has
been claimed repeatedly by the antl
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY.
A Report of a Conversation as to When
It Really Will Begin.
"Say, w'hen does the twentieth cen?
tury begin?" asked the freckled boy.
who was tipped 'back against the wall
smoking a Ions clear.
The dentist, the veterinary student,
and "Doc" Home looked up when the
question was asked, and then glanced
at one another Inquiringly.
"Don't you know?" nsked the dent?
"No, T heard two fellows arguln' about
lt. T wonder Which was right?"
"It begins In three years now," said
the dent'lst. "It begins In 1300."
"What day In 1900?"
"Why, the first day, of course?the
1st of January."
"That's what one of the fellow said
that was makin' 1'he talk."
"Well, it's right. In't H?"
"I don't know. I just asked."
"I don't see how there could be any
question ?bout It," said the dentist.
"Well, I have figured, of course, that
tho ?twentieth century will begin in 1000.
That's the year of the French expo?
sition. Isn't It?"
"The twentieth century begins ns soon
ns we start to use l'JOO, 'instead of 1S00,"
said the student. f
"That's It," said the dentist.
"Well, I'd like to chance a little some?
thing that you're wrong," said the
freckled -l/oy. "I'm not 'positive, but
I'm willing to risk a little money that
you're both wrong."
"Is It a trick?" asked the dentist.
"Trick? Certainly not. I just ask you
the question. 'When does the twentieth
century begin?what day?' You say it's
January 1st. 1900. Well. I offer to bet
a small amount that you're wrong."
"T don't see why I'm wrong."
"Well, if you're so sure, vftiy don't
you bet ?"
"It's the nineteenth century up to
midnight of December .'list, 1R99, and
then at midnight we begin t'0 count
another hundred and change our first
two figures from IS-1- to 19?. As soon
?is wo 'begin counting on 19? then
we're In the twentieth century, ain't
'"That's what you say, but you won't
"I'll bet you a dollar I am right."
"Make it two."
"I'll take the other dollar." said the
veterinary student, excitedly.
'The freckled boy searched his pock
eis nnd brought out a silver dollar, three
quarters, two dimes and a nickel. The
dentist produced two half dollars, and
gave them : . the student in exchange
for a ?2 bill.
"You hold the money, 'Doc,'" said
the dentist, handing him th- bill. "Now,
who will yon leave it to?"
"I'll leave it to 'Doc.' here. If he'll
take five minutes to flguro on it." said
the freckled bay, dropping his coins
into "Doc's" hand.
"I'm willing." said the dentist with
a smile of confidence.
"It's hardly fair that T should act."
Eald "Doe." "I have already expressed
"You needn't decide the bet till you've
had lime to think over the business,"!
said .be freckled boy. -Then you'll rind
that tlie twentieth century begins or
January 1st. 1901."
"Yes. he will," said the dentist, de?
"Certainly, he will. What's goln' to
be the last year in the- nineteenth cen?
"Is that so? I say it's 1900."
"How do you make that out?"
"S'poso yon start to count n. hun?
dred. Are you through when you've
counted ninety-nine, huh?"
"Oh, that's not the same a: all. Here!"
The dentist went too writing table nnd
picked up a piece of paper. He drew h
line and made rough cross marks on
It. '.'Suppose we want to count up to
a hundred, by years. At the end of 9S
we come to sn, and at the end of 99 we
round oh' 1C0 and start in with a new
"No. no." snlii "Doc" Home, frown?
ing heavily nnd looking nt the floor.
"Tlie question Is somewhat puzzling at
first, but I'm Inclined .to think that
your young friend Is right."
Stop a minute ami think. 'Doe', "
said the dentist earnestly. "He's trying
to count 101 years for every century."
'Doc." reached for the paper and be?
gan to make some diagrams on his own
"New, gentlemen, the simple method
by which id arrive at a conclusion is
to go back to the day which begins
the nineteenth century or the eigh?
teenth century, or any other century ex
cept the flrsit. But wo cannot <4rH .to
agree aa ito the day upon which. the.
first day of the first month of the year
I. You will admit that?" .
The dentist jseemed ito ,be puzzled.
"I suppose so," he said.
The freckled boy grinned confidently
and shifted the cigar In his mouth. -As
for the veterinary etudent, he was at?
tempting to follow "Doc's" line of ar?
gument, but he waa evidently In great
"Furthermore, the second year of the
Christian era began on -the first day of
the first month of, the year 2. Nothing
could be simpler. Bearing that In
The first century did not end until the
100th year had been completed. It con?
sisted of 100 full years. It ended at
midnight on December 31 In the year
100. The second century began within
an Infinitesimal period of time after
midnight on the morning of January 1
in the year 101. The first day of the
mind, let me ask you .the date upon
which the first century ended."
"It ended January 1, in the year 100,"
said the dentist.
"Impossible! You would have the
first century Include only ninety-nine
years. A century consists of 100 years.
The first century would not end until
the 100th year had been completed."
"How's that?" asked tho dentist.
"I say a century consists of 100 years,
second century was January 1, 101, and
the first day of the twentieth centutry,
I am compelled to say, will be January
"We have come to believe that the
year 1900 will usher In the next century',
and I was one of that opinion myself
when asked the question, but now I
perceive that we will be living in tho
nineteenth century until January 1,
1901. I shall have to decide that you
lose." lie said this to the dentist, who
sat staring at him with an expression
of mingled bewilderment and disgust.
The freckled boy learnd 'back and
"I'll bo darned If I understand it
yet." said the student.
"Here!" exclaimed "Doc." "We've
got nineteen centuries?100 years each.
How many years does that make?"
"And after tho 1900th year is up wo
start on the next century, and the first
day of that century is -the 1st of Jan?
"I suppose that's right," said tho
student, despondently, "but you know
mighty well that everybody figures on
1900 being the twentieth century."
"They ought to know 'better." said
the freckled boy. "Talk about your
cinches! I heard two Hoard of Trade
men talkin' about this bet. It came
up on the board tho other day and a
lot of them surething guys lost many
"I suppose that's your idea of bet
tlng," said the dentist. "Go and get on
some surething and then try .to catclt
the people at it."
"Take It goorl-naiured," said the
freckled boy. "Don't roar when you
"Doc" said: "Well, if there's no ob?
jection, I'll pay over the money."
Tlie Hlrtl? or "Grout or" Xcw York.
With the dawn of tho new year the
"Greater" New York Is ushered Into tho
world a full grown glint. The problem of
municipal government in th!s country Is
to bo put to the suprcmest lest on "the
grandest scale. Within Its limits Is con?
tained n population equal to that of 13 of
our sovereign States at the last cmsus.and
as large us that of the original thirteen
Stales when the Union was organised;
Provisions for the Ufa and health of this
vast multitude of nil nations and climes
is an unsolved enigma, but prollilng bv
tho experience of half a century's success,
thousands of sufferers In Now York and
elsewhere can bo wrested from the grasp
of that agonizing 'complaint, rheumatism,
by the timely .und systematic use of Hoe
letter's Stomach Bitters, which Is, more?
over, a preventive of malaria and kidney
trouble, and a sovereign curative of liver
complaint, constipation, dyspepsia, debil?
ity, sick headache and nervousness. It is
an admirable appetizer and promoter of
sleep, hastens convalescence, and coun?
teracts the infirmities of age.
Mil LE1TEH BOX IH BERKLEY,
All commniilcnlloiin. ndvorllNe
men I h, e r it . i ? lor i lie paper, or oilier
btlNlnejM, left In i lie letter hux <>i ilio
?Seriell. Vil-irllllnit In I lie Ulli? e of Ilm
Unna or Berkley, i t Iterklejr At?.,
will be promptly nllc-iiilctl lo il put in
ii> six. o'cloclc.
Mrs. Clarence Wlggs has entered suit.,
against Mr. W. D. Cherry, on Liberty |
street extended, for 1 ho purpose of re- j
gaining possession of her stock of
groceries, which her husband disposed
of in her absence. The suit will come
up in the Mayor's Court Monday morn?
No docket in the Police Court yes?
The streets were very muddy yester?
The pavers finished laying the side?
walk front Onpt. M. O. Feeling's to the
Methodist church yesterday.
Tho Berkley Avenue Baptist church
has recently put in electric lights.
The work on the Belt Line has been
resumed and is being pushed through.
It will soon ho laid to the river.
The Chesapeake Knitting Mills have
started up again.
Several foundations are laid for now
houses in South Norfolk.
The IV, C. T. IT. met In regular ses?
sion yesterday afternoon at the resi?
dence of Mrs. West, on Berkley avenue.
This was the first meeting of the year
and proved of much interest, as busi?
ness of Importance was transacted. A
large number of the members were
present In spite of the Inclement weath?
er. Several resolutions were drawn lip
and new business was planned for the
coming year. After the meeting Mrs.
West served refreshments to the mem?
bers, which, though not a part of the
programme, was none the lc6S enjoya?
ble and appreciated.
Miss Pal tie Butler will leave to-day
Miss Ltita. ITnlgh, of Connecticut, Is
visiting Miss Mann, on North street.
The schooner Mary' F. Graham is
loading with lumber at the Green leaf
Johnson's mill for Baltimore.
Mr. George Lewis, while out driving
Wednesday afternoon, collided with
another vehicle occupied by two ladles,
and came near upsetting .both vehicles.
It is easy to catch cold, and just as
ea.sy to get rid of It If you commence
early lo use Ono Minute Cough Cure. It
cures coughs, nolds, bronehtlts, pneu?
monia and all throat and lung troubles.
It Is pleisant to take, safe to urn and
sure to cure. J. M. Trotter. Norfolk;
H. L. Walker, Trttitt ft Smith. Berkley.
FOR BEST COAL, WOOD, HAY, GRAIN
Mill Peed, Bricks, I.lino Sand, Cement,
Laths, etc., call on J. H. JACOCKS,
cornet- Mala street and Mahono avenue.
Cottolorio bocauso you hod unsatisfactory results from come that wns not
fresh. - What else could you expect ? You would not think of using rnncld
butter, nor yet do you say nil butter lr. bad because you got somo occasionally
that is not good. Bo Just as honest and fair with
Liko other cooking fats, Cottoleno becomes Btalo and
rancid In time und under certain conditions, and When
bo should not bo used. Insist on getting it sweet and
fresh, and use It according to directions. Porfuct satis?
faction Is then nsRUrcd.
Tho gvnulna Is sold everywhere In ono to ten pound yellow tins,
wltb our trude-mnrka? '?Cottoltnr." mid ttcrr'ih'tul ,n eottnn-pi.inl
hi wr<ath? on every tin. Kot guaranteed If sold In any oilier wuy.
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Cut Out this Coupon and Forward, with 10c. and 2c. Stamp for
mailing to the Office of The Norfolk Virolnian.
TEE GREW SOUTH AMERICAN BALSAM I
. ..curbs.? ?
It c'.cr.rs the head of foul mucous; heals the
sores anil ulcer:; of the head and throat;
sweetens the breath, and perfectly restores
the senses of the taste, smell and hearing.
Stops headache and. dropping into tho
tLroat. Also destroys the genii which causes
HA Y REV ER,,
making a perfect cure in a few days," Never
fails! No fatal case of i/a gripp? ever known
(where Rr.txiliaii Balm was faithfully used. It
destroys thei ]>pe germ and quickly removes
, ;di the after bad effect.
DflMPALiiiSBLS in Asthma,Croup,Br?k.'
cinTis.Pf.KURiSY. Pnkumonia, Dyspepsia,'
ii?Sw.Cure3 a FfOSfo Co!d In ono <1ay7~Ptop3
I'.AitACiiH in 2 minutes. Stops ringing in tho head and rellovus deafness. Asan Injcclion
InvnluablO in female troubles. For outward iho heals Cuts. Sores und burns like magic. Pre?
vents lock-jaw from wounds. QUICK CURU l;OH CONSTIPATION AND PILUS.
its Healing Power is Almost Miraculous. Tho Best Family Medioino In Existence*
.60 Cent Bottle contains 100 Doses, or Two Weeks Treatment for Catarrh,
Sf.OO BOTTLE ECUALS THREE ?Oo. SOTTLSSa'
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"Brazilian Balm cured ;nc of Inveterate catarrh which T had foroTCP 2Cyenrs.
It is the most wonderful triumph of medical scier.ee."?(,'en.J. Parke Pos/les. "Ia
croup, cold and the worst form of gripp we have found Brazilian Halm invaluable."
?/no. W. S. Uoolhc, D. D., Pastor Del. Ave. Pap. C/t. "Mrs. Lore has used the
Brazilian Balm and thinks it did her much good."?Hon. Chas. B. Lore, Chief Jus.
of Del. "One bottle of Brazilian Balm cured a friend of mine of hay fever."?'Phos.
M.Culbcrt. "I wns very deaf for 10 years from catarrh. Brazilian Balm applied
warm in my ears every day soon restored my hearing."?'Mrs.John Scottcn. Chester,
Pa. "It is the best tiling for dyspepsia I iever Bi\\\Xv\oA."?Judf;e'Edtvat'd Woo/ten.
"I wns worn almost to the grave with a racking cough that all the remedies and the
doctors failed to relieve. It was cured with one bottle of Brazilian Balm. It shall
lie my doctor through life."?Mrs.J. Galloway, Pot/stown, Pa. "I was fearfully
crippled up with rheumatism, could not get my baud to my head I took ten 56
ccnt bottles of Brazilian Balm iu six months. Am now entirely cured and as nim?
ble as I was at forty."?Auson Purrell, aged S4, A lady in Cincinnati was 30
afflicted with asthma that during the winter for seventeen yenrs she was unable to
sleep lying down, was entirely ami permanently cured with Brazilian Balm.
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