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THINK IT WAS MURDER
Isle ol Wight Negroes Do Not Agree With
STONES ABOUT SOME LARGE HOGS
John Archer nnrleU-OlU Kuonfftl hi
Slurry ?Factorlcn Uuny Unking
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l.oolilnc for leo-KIUuey JoltiiKOlt
Is Crnar-Nolcs ami rer?tom?lN.
Suffolk. Va., Feb. 8.?(Sneclal)?The
colored people near Pay's mill. In Isle
of Wight county, are very much
aroused about ail alleged murder which
the authorities have decided was ac?
cidental shooting. Belt Page shot ludfca
Walker. She died almost Immediately.
Justice George M. Crtimpler Inquired
into the matter officially, and as there
was no evidence of murder, a verdict
was rendered .that the shooting waa
Still there is resident element not
nearly satisfied In their minds. They
think crime has been done. It Is
charged the deed wus done during a
fit of jealously.
TOO BIG TO STEAL.
The citizens around Holland, ten
miles from Suffolk, read about .Mr. Wil?
liam Kawles' TSC pound hog in to-day's
Virginian without seeing anything re?
markable In its weight. Some of the
farmers around there, who are noted
for fine stock, don't regard Kawles'
specimen as much more thun a pig.
Mr. 1. A. LiUkC, a large merchant at
Holland. telephones The Virginian
about a hog which Mr. J. M. Duke, who
lives two miles from there, killed yes?
terday. Mr. Duke's hog weighed SIT)
pounds net. The animal, owing to lim?
ited facilities, could not be weighed
alive, but its gross avordtipols Is es?
timated at 1,000 pounds. Mr. Luke is
thoroughly reliable and eun vouch for
the story. The hog watt two years
and four months old. It was of no
THIBY HAID IHM AWAY.
A good sized crowd of sorrowing
friends and relatives went to Bethle?
hem Christian church, in I ho* county,
this nfternnon to attend the obsequies
of the late John Archer. Hev. H. H.
Butler, of Suffolk, conducted the ex?
ercises. The deceased was about 41>
years old. He named the pall-bearers
Q few days before death. The de?
ceased leaves a wife and children.
ODD ENOUGH TO MARRY.
A venerable colored citizen took unto
himself a bride to-day. It was Pharoh
Smith, GO years old, who was wedded
to Annie Savtige, twenty years his
junior. Rev. William Thompson per?
formed the ceremony.
LOT SO DD.
Dr. A. W. Kley and wife to-day
transferred by deed to Charles A. Vlek,
one lot on KU by street; consideration,
FACTOR I ICS ADD BUST.
Suffolk's mills are doing their shave
towards making times belter. Suffolk
1? essentially a town of lumber, and !
Wood-working plants and they are
pulling in some hard licks?the saw
mills, planing mills, box factories, bar
rid factories, butter d,lsh factory, knit?
ting mill and all?hone of them Is bile.
The peanut factory is getting down
to business and may already be reck?
oned among the town's permanent in?
LOOK IX tl FOR I OF..
Numerous parties '. f skaters have
been hunting adjacent lakes and frog
pondsi.o-day in search of ice?some that
?was thick enough to hold -them. Skat?
ing around here doesn't come often,
and It's in d maud. Strong Ice was
found on some of the small hikes and
?pretty good spool was enjoyed. The
water in Lake IvlKby 'is not even crust?
MR. JOHNSON ?RAZY.
The Suffolk Herald's Courtland cor?
respondent says Mr. Sidney .1 hiison
?ba? bean found Insane. Jn*llcea John
I. TurnfT, J. T. Moore and It. \V. Ever?
ett .were on the ooinniiss:o!! of luhacy.
Ills brother gave bund for the insane
man's safe keeping till In- can he taken
?to the Eastern Lunaitiic Asylum at Wil?
li am sburg.
and you cure its consequences. These aro
some of the consequonces of constipation :
Biliousness, loss of appetite, pimples, sour
Btomach, depression, coated tongue, night?
mare, palpitation, cold feet, debility, diz?
ziness, weakness, backache, vomiting,
jaundice, piles, pallor, stitch, irritability,
nervousness, headache, torpid liver, heart?
burn, foul breath, sleeplessness, drowsi?
ness, hot skin, cramps, throbbing head.
Dr. J. C. Ayer's Pills are a specific for
all diseases of the liver, stomach, and
"I suffered from constipatioa which as
sumod auch an ob?titmr? form that I feared
it would cause a stoppage of the bowels.
After vainly trying various remedies, I be?
gan to take Ayer's Pills. Two boxes effected
a complete cure."
? k D- BURKE, Saco, Mo.
;} "For eight years I was afflicted with
constipation, which became so bad that tho
doctors could do no moro for me. Then I
began to take Ayer's Pills, and soon tho
bowels recovered their natural action."
. WM. H. DeLAUCBTT, Dorset, Out.
WE PILL THAT WILL. , s, -
SPOKEN OF BRIEFLY.
Tho Norfolk and Western railroad will
soon build a new set of truck scales
in Suffolk. Stone for the foundation
Miss Laura Leigh 'MoLgod (has been
sick for several days. She's getting
There will be revival cervices at the
?Ba/jstlst church In a month or sk>.
iMr. Fle-tcher Campbell, of Ashland.
-Va., Is 'being entertained 'by his broth?
er. Dr. II. Wood Campbell, of Main
Miss Su-.' Egglosdon Is visiting rela?
tives In Hobbsville. N. C.
?Mr. James C. Causey left this af?
ternoon for a short visit Do Boaley,
Miss E.ui'ina DM I Ham has been vlsfct
ln? In Richmond -this week.
AMss Julia Allmond yesterday cele?
brated her 10th birthday by a reception
to Bom>? of 'her young friends.
.Miss Lulu Powell, of Windsor, has
concluded a long visit to her aunt. Mrs.
S. \v. Ash burn.
'Mr. J. C. IIuLbard hns llnished a
slay with friends In the county.
The young people of Newsoms are
firing for an old fashioned cake walk,
Iceing and all.
?Miss Virginia .TMrdan has been In
Smlthfleld v his week as krrs .guest of bet
cousins, the Misses Wilson.
Miss .Mary Sue Etheredgc. of Cures
county, N. C, arrived In Suffolk 'to?
day for a short visit to -Miss Dlzzle
Mr. A. C. Nurney hos returned from
Margaret tesvlHe. N. c.. where he filled
some 'building cfo?vtracts.
Do you know that we sell the best Life
Insurance Policy to be bought any?
We represent tho Union Central,
which 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 other company, while our
Life Bate Endowment policies are the
cheapest and best endowment insur?
In these you pay ordinary life rates
and got an endowment contract.
You will lose money if you insure be?
fore seeing us.
We also sell the very best Fire and
WOODWARD & FLAM,
No. 6 Main street,
nolG-tf Suffolk. Va.
Fatal Fall?Murderous A s Sa u 113?Rob -
berles on the Strt-els.
Newport News, Va.. Feb. 3.?(Spe?
cial.)?Mr. Grlddcnton, a carpenter In
the employ of the Virginia Supply Co.,
cattle and grain fitters, lost bis footing
while climbing (he ladder of hold No. 1,
of the German steamship Catania, at
2:.'!0 this afternoon, and fell to the deck
beneath, fracturing his skull, which
caused n.lmo-'t instant death. Coroner
Gary and Dr. A. C. Jones? examined the
corpse and the surroundings. They
deemed an Inquest unnecessary. Un?
dertaker Ranse was called upon io re?
move the remains. The deceased
leaves1 a wife and two children who
reside on Virginia avenue.
During the past two days combative
proclivities have cropped out to an
alarming extent. On Tuesday night
James Marts was assaulted on Twenty
Third street (Rockctts) by two un?
known men, who used formidable look
| ing clubs to give their victim his
quietus.Colored people who occupy the
1 tenement hou?;s In front of which
; Marts was assaulted, heard the outcries
and saw the men beating Martz. but
were afraid to Interfere. Martz was
taken to his borne, where he remains
in n critical condition. On the same
night Archie Swan, a countryman, was
assaulted, held up and robbed at the
corner of Lafayette avenue and Thir?
tieth street, one man held a danger?
ous looking revolver to Swan's head,
while another went through his pockets
and secured $2.f>0, tho only thing of
value the man had <m his person.
Last night Henry La timer, a colored
man, was brutally asaauHed near Hotel
Warwick, or/ Twenty-fourth street.
La Ilmer'? assailant struck him to the
ground with a bludgeon and lied. Llt
liner, In a p.ate of coma, was carried
to his home, where he received medi?
Captain Warren S. Lurty, of Harris
onbui'g, Va., who Is a prominent Re?
publican in the Valley, Is in the city
with a view of making Newport News
the home of his adoption.
Newport News Lodge. B. P. O. F.'lcs,
Is making preparations :o give a ladles'
social at the opera house on the night
of the ISth Instant.
Total exports from Newport News
during January were valued at $2.929,
12S, being about $700,000 greater In
value than tho exports of the same
month last year.
The amount of coal dumped by the
C. O. during the pas", month was
187.430 tons, a record breaker In the
history of the port.
Rev. Father Dcneen, of Baltimore,
who has boon visiting Father C. E.
Donohue, of St. Vincent's, for several
days, returned to his post of duty to?
John Williams, disorderly, continued.
Henry Hill, disorderly; dismissed.
George Fergnson. disorderly; fined
$1! and costs.
C. A. Clark, larceny, warrant with?
drawn at cost of plaintiff.
A. Short, colored, disorderly; fined $2 j
Tom Jones, colored, w.is arrested and
locked up this afternoon for feloniously
assaulting Wash Bates, colored, lvt
Monday. iBates was eo badly Injured
by his assailant -that he was unable to
make complaint before to-day. The
case will be heard In the Police Court
THE PEOPLE HAVE DECIDED.
The peiapKt properly speaking, decide
all of .these questions. They have re
pcta'todly decided this civil service ques
itlon 'in favor of 'the law. They did so
in .the na tional ? '! ?-tdon of ISOfi, for, deny
it ns the opponents of the law may
and d'">, civil service reform,as then un
dertttood, and as now applied, did share
,in the Re publican success at that year.
If the -people hav~- changed 'their minds
about -the matter'they will register their
decree at the pjtvHs. But until they do
fchia'i this attempt on the pat: of n few
men 46 para.lyze ??M? la.w by CVvn.gros
sdiiail onao.ime.nt *>r force the hanvl of
?the President to >thc detriment of the
I law is without naiy other warrant than
1 Individual selfishness and assertion.
(Concluded from First Pa?e.)
Robert Shoohain, from $30 to $25 per
mo n't h
We recommend that the clerks and
-purchasing agent shall be cx-offlolo
clerk of the board without any addition?
The eommlliuw rocoimmeiids 'that the
??proprlat'Sons to the Wlllla.m and Mary
College be reduced from $16,000 to $7,500,
and the committee rui'ther suggests that
In Its opinion U would 'be wise on the
t part of the State to dispose or the prop?
erty so that no further appropriations
could l>e demanded from the ?tote, on
the ground that It was ma-lnlLlnlng Its
own property, for 't'he reason thalt un?
der the report made to your committee
they are unable to see 'that th* work
done at the Institution Justifies any
appropriation at aill.
Your committee recommends that no
further appropriation be 'made to 'the
Medical College of Virginia, as the
condition of the State's tinances will
not Justify any further, appropriation
?to an Institution using -Its own grounds
ami buildings free of cost, without any
adequate benefit to ithe State, and -fur?
ther recommends the sale of the prop?
erty as soon as It can be made ad?
YVwr committee has looked over the
report of the Virginia Normal and Col?
legiate Institute and sorutlnlzed It very
closely, and deem 4t 'best to make no
Cut In 'the appropriation, as that report
shows a most economical expenditure
of 'the State appropriation.
W<e respoctfully recommend that the
appropriation io t'he Stale Female Nor?
mal School at Fnrmville, be continued
art $lf>.000, -.is we are satisfied from our
Investigation that this Institution Is do?
ing excellent work U'pm the most effec?
tive and economical basis. We recom?
mend that ithe ?appropriation of $2,500
for building jnirposes be discontinued.
We recommend that the appropria?
tion -to 1>he University of Virginia be
reduced from J50.000 tU $40,000. Of the
appropriation now .made to 'the univer?
sity $17,220 Is required to be used to
pay the Interest on the debt due by
said university, and -we are satisfied
that 't'he board of visitors, -by the prac
?tice. Of rigid economy, can get along
with tt'he appropriation recommended
?by 'this convmittee without:. Impairing
the usefulness of the Institution.
We respectfully recommend that the
appropriation of $15.000 .to 'the Virginia
Polytechnic Institute at Blacksburg be
continued, as we believe +t is as Institu?
tion doing moot excellent und commen?
dable tvUrk. We iPurt'her recommend
it hat 'the Department of Agriculture un?
der the management of the Commission?
er of Agriculture and the Virginia State
Board of Agriculture be aboHshed, and
that all the 'minerals, laboratories and
other appliances or property thernto "be?
longing be transferred to the Virginia
n-lytechnlc Institute at Blacksburir.
We 'further recommend that all duties
ipetlloliving to the sampling' and test?
ing of fertilizers, now required to be
performed by the Commissioner of Ag?
riculture or under his supervision, be
hor;-after ?performed by the chemist at
the Virginia Polytechnic Institute, tut
Blackabtirg, and thai: all fertilizer li?
cense 'laxes now collected by the Com?
missioner of Agriculture be hereafter
required to be paid into ithe State
We 'further Pwoimriend that ithe posi?
tion of Register of the Land Office be
abolished, and the duties thereto be
Imposed upon Ohe Secretary of the
Commonwealth, without extra compen?
sation. We recommend that the posi?
tion of engineer, created under section
296 of the Code, be abolished.
Your committee Is of nhe opinion that
if ithsse resolutions are carried uut it
will be a saving -?f at least $$0,000 rn
mially to th* State.
We redammend the adomi.vn of ihe
Resolved 'by Ihe Senate, the House
of Delegates concurring, that: 'here bo
printed five hundivn copiss of this re?
port, for the use of Senators and the
members of the House of Delegates,
and that the same? be referred la the
prop.r and nppropriac.:- cimmitlets,
?with instructions to report bills carry
limg out the recommm Ja?ons made
Quite a lengthy debate was had In the
Senate over the bill to abolish the legal
holiday on January 19, and to make
January 'JO a legal holiday in honor of
the birth of both Lee and Jackson, the
former hiving been born on January
m, and the latter on January 21.
Mensis. Norris, Opie and 'Mason spoke
in favor of the change and Messrs Fos?
ter. Wlckham, Flanagan, Munford,
S ands and Clement against it. .Mr. Mc
Ilwaine proposed an amendment lortk"
ing to preserving the holiduy or the
10th and making January 21st a holi?
day also. The I.ill was finally rererred
to the committee on courts to be per
reeted. It was argued in opposition to
the proposed change that mnny other
States had made Lee's birthday a legal
holiday, and Virginia, which led the
way, should not be the first to abolish
that holiday. On the other hand, it
was contended that the names of Lee
and Jackson were so oflen linked to?
gether that there should be a Joint
memorial day In their honor. The bill
pissed the House, but sentiment In the
Senate seemed to be opposed to the
Much of the time of the House was
occupied In discussing a hill to lease
to Howard Hathaway and ol'hres cer?
tain oyster planting ground in the
Kappahanriock river. It was claimed
by the advocate of the bill that this
ground, some ?oo acres, ivas left out or
thi' Baylor survey, when it should have
been included. It was contended by the
opposition that to rent these grounds
out would in effect break the Baylor
survey and would be setting a bad
precedent. The bill was defeated.
The. bill to create a State Board of
Fisheries will reach Ihe frovernor to?
morrow, the House amendments having
been concurred In by the Senate. Al?
ready there is a big fight on for the po?
sition provided for In the bill. The
presidency of the board will pay $1.200
' per year, and ihe secretaryship $1,000.
?Mr. Saunders' bill to require the rail?
road companies to fence their tracks
or pay for stock killed, which passed
the House yesterday came over to the
Senate this morning. Mr. Flood made
an unsuccessful attempt to get it on
the calendar, and it was referred t*
the committee on roads, which is un?
derstood to be opposed to the measure.
The City Democratic Committee will
meet In a day or two to fix the date for
the primary to nominate city olllcers
who are 46 be voted for In May. All
of the candidates are in the field and
there is a genertl desire for an early
pilmary. Nominations* are usually
j made in April, but it Is likely that the
Power of the Specialist in
his Advantage Over the Gen?
eral Practitioner?How the Best
Treatment May be Obtained for
an Insignificant Sum.
Even a layman, who never sees a medi?
cal paper, must marvel at the great advance
the science of healing has made in tho last
few years. A decade has seen more ad?
vancement, more light, than all the seven?
teenth and eighteenth centuries.
This condition has been braucht about
very largely by the researches of specialists,
who have niauc some particular organ of the
body their special study.
How to provide the advantages of special
treatment to the afflicted who have been un?
able to secure it, has been a problem many
have tried to solve. That it Is practicable
has finally been demonstrated by H. H.
Warnor, the original proprietor of the world
fumed Warner's Safo Curo.
Mr. Warner's years of experience in tho
treatment of kidney diseases led him to be?
lieve that equally good results could be ob?
tained by ottering the public special treat?
ment for the several classes of disease to
which mankind is liable. Since he severed
his connection with tho Warnor Safe Cure
Company, some five years ago, ho has been
working out his prc?<nt plan,and has formed
the Warner Nuzaro Medicine Co.
He has completed arrangements with a
number of the leading specialists of Greater
New York, to give advice and treatment to
people who could not otherwise avail them?
selves of their services. In this way special
treatments will be prescribed for each class
of disease, and special adrice given to each
Among the diseases for v/hieh special
treatment can be had are, scrofula and nil
blood and skin diseases; nervous prostra?
tion, insomnia, chronic hcaduches, and all
nervous disorders ; rheumatism and gout:
acute and chronic catarrh; diseases and
weakneaswvof women; spuciol diseases of
men ; indigestion and all stomach disorders.
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This plan of special treatment places
within the reach of all.the cxperiencesof men
who have devoted years of study to their re?
spective specialties. Many .diseases that
have battled theskillof the general practi?
tioner can thus be successfully treated.
Chronic cases arc especially desired. The
company invites correspondence fromcvery
ono suffering from any ailment from which
they have been unable to secure relief. Its
physicians arc among the ahle3t in the pro?
fession, and have been marvclously success?
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does not stand still. You arc daily, hourly
drifting farther from tho possibility of a res
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case, making the stutetuent as complete as
possible. Send this to the Warner Nazaro
Medicine Company, 220 Broudwuy, New
York City, when a complete diagnosis of
your case will bo made by a competent spe?
cialist. If you prefer, a symptoms blank will
be sent you frco on application, which will
greatly assist you in describing your case.
The well-known business ubility of Mr. War?
ner, and the fact that he baa done so much
for suffering humanity In the past, are
ample assurances of the genuineness of this,
his latest and greatest, work. Write today.
date this year will be some time In
Rev. Dr. Moses D. H?ge, who is now
nearly eighty years cf age, will preach
lees frequently. Most of the pastoral
work nf his church will be done by
?Rev. Donald Guthrie, who has been
called by Dr. H?ge to be his assistant.
Col. Barley's bill providing for the
liability of Insurance companies was
taken up by the House committee on
propositions and grievances to-day. It
provides that fire Insurance companies
shall state the estimated value of the
property Insured and the amount for
which the company will be liable in
ease of a total destruction. If more
than one company is interested in the
policy, they shall be entitled ratably
in any depreciation of property that
may have occurred between the date
of the policy and the loss, provided they
have not taken the full risk. The de?
preciation has to bo shown by the in?
surer. 'Mr. Howard S-.vineford, of this
city, aojieaied before the 'committee
and stated that as much as he could
judge from having heard the bill read,
only once, the bill was pretty fair in its
provisions. He thought, however, the
losses would be best adjusted by arbi?
tration. The committee decided to re?
port the bill favorably.
The House comlttee on finance met
this morning in room No. I, on lite up?
per floor of the Capitol, with Mr. CoJke,
of Norfolk in the chair. Among the
bills taken up for consideration was
the one introduced by Mr. Cralg. of
Hockbridgo. providing for a reduction
of the pay af members of the General
Assembly to three dollars per day and
that of the presiding officers to five
dollars a day. The committee, after
some little discussion, decided to report
the bill favorably.
The Senate committee on privileges
and elections by a vote of 5 :o 1 decided
to report unfavorably tho Senatorial
Tho 'Senate committee on Roads to?
night by a vote of 7 lo 2 decided to re?
port unfavorably the employers' lia?
Whooping cough is the most distress
Ing malady; but.its duration can be cut
short by the use of One Minute Cough
Cure, which is also [he best known
remedy for croup and ail lung and bron?
chial troubles. J. M. Trotter, Norfolk;
R. 1j. Walker. Erambleton; Trultt &
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tVorlolk Vlrg-luinn in lliponlco ofllio
sin nil of Iterkley, Ii lltirklcjr Ave.,
will lie promptly attended lo ii put m
by nix o'clock.
Mr. Wallace Gibks will leave to-day
for New York.
The town improvements arc progress?
Miss Vlrdle Bryint, of Petersburg,
Is the gin sl of Mrs. George G. Martin,
A number of gentlemen went skating
on Bunbar's lake yesterday,
George W. Thornton, of Portsmouth,
was before Mayor McCoy yesterday
morning for 'threatening to ."hoot hie
wife. lie got on a drunk Wednesday
evening and went home In Portsmouth
and put In his frightful appearance wl'-h
threats to beat his wife a; which she
came to Iterkley, where she thought of
getting protection from her people or
friends, lie followed, and soon after
her arrival at her friends' house ho
came and frightened people so that
Officer Parker was sent for. On the ap?
proach of Parker he proceeded to keep
hiai back with his gun, but found the
attempt fruitless, for Parker soon bad
him lying out. He was taken to the
station and yesterday morning had a
bearing before His Honor, who gave
him six months in which to g.'-l sober
nnd stop beating his wife and stop
C irrying guns.
Mrs. George Williams, the guest of
Mrs. B. H. Darden, has returned home.
The funeral of 'Mr. Samuel J. Nichols,
who died at his residence near Great
Hridge Tuesday, -took place yesterday
conducted by" Rev. M. W. Butler. The
Interment was In tho finally burying
ground. Mr. Nichols was scyenty-flvc
years of agp. Ills wife died a few
years ago. He was a member of Berea
Mr. and .Mrs. W. Hi Brook celebrated
their golden wedding at their residence
on Pino street yesterday.
A recital will be given at Berkley Mil?
itary Institute to-night.
At Washington street hall to-night a
donkey party will be given by the
Young People's Guild of St. Paul's
To I'lirrn <'ol<l In One Dm .
Take Laxative Hrnmo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. 25 cents.
FOR BEST COAL, WOOD, HAY, GRAIN
Mill Feed. Bricks, Lime Sand. Cement,
Laths, fctc., cull on J. H. JAGOCK8.
corner Mala street and Mahone avenue.
Doth 'Phones. jnl-tf
N?t Patched Up!
I can scarcely describe how much 1
suffered with my nose and throat before
I took Dr. Firey's treatment. My head
was all slopped up and my throat was so
sore and painful 1 could cnrcely swat
low. My throat boonmc badly ulcerated
and was very painful and swollen. I lost
my nppetlte and my health Bloodily de?
clined so that I was much alarmed at
my condition. The treatment which I re?
ceived -before ftolng to Dr. Flroy seemed
to do nie no good whatever, and I was
almost I.; despair. Under Dr. Firey's
treatment I began to improve rapidly and
wns finally entirely cured and restored to
I feel that I cannot Speak too highly of
Dr. Flrey's skill In treating the nose and
throat, as 1 know of several others he
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Ilcadache, yet Cnrtor's Lltllo Liver Tills are
equally valnablo in Constipation, curing and )>ro
venti njr thlaaiiiiojIngcoinrilBliit.whllo thnrnlni)
liver and regulato thobowols. Even if thoy ouly
Ache they would bo almoe t prloeloss to thoso who
BiifTur from :!.:..] nt t . ? .1 :i g complaint; but fortu
natoly their good ues* docs notouilhore.nml those
who once try them will find tlirso little pills v* hi
able In ?o many wayr that thoy will not ho wil?
ling to du without them, but aliur alloiclt head
la the bane of ?omanyllvoa that hcrolswhera
wo jnali o ou r great boast. Our pills cure It walls
others do no..
Carter's Utflo Liver nils aro very *msll and
very eaay to talio. One or two lilils make a doie.
They aro strictly vegetable and do not ?rljm or
purge, but by thnir Rontleactlon plcnHoall who
urothom. In vlalnnt U5 cents; live for ft. Uola
by druggists every whoro, or sent by wall.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
Small fill Small Sue. Small &
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!
We also beg to acknowledge with grate
fill appreciation the liberal patronage, be?
stowed upon ns In the past, und purposo
to prove It by Offering our patrons tho
lowest living prices on anything In ilia
way of Hardware, Household Goods,
Paints, Stains, Tools, Etc.
Sue the WHITE HEATER, V. 03 ut> ac?
cording to size. ?hcet Iron sides, steel
lined, cast Iron lop und bottom. .Nothing
The BANNER OIL HEATER, Jt.ft). The
safest, liest and mos> ornamental oil heal?
er ever offered; every one warranted.
SASH, D00F.S AND BLINDS
Estimates cheerfully furnlsed. Give us
a call or ring us up on either phono, 327.
WHITE HARDWARE CO.
309 Main Street, NorfolkVa.,
Cornui Commercial I'laco.
A ltcinarkablo Cure.
Mr. Alexander Moore, a reliable busi?
ness man, of 1230 S. 13th St., Philadel?
phia, Pa., says: "I contracted a violent
cold \vl ich settled till over me. The
pain in my chest and side was excruci?
ating. Tiie doctor gave me medicine
ami blistered my side, but I only grew
worse. Then you gave hie a bottle of
Brazilian Bahn. 1 had little or uo faith
in it, but decided to try it. I took 3 or
4 j;oo(l doses before lied time, ami rubbed
it well over my blistered side. That
nir.'^t I slept like a top?my first jjood
rest for over a week?and nwoke in the
morning cured. Brazilian lialui is sim?
van SALE HV
WALKE A WILLIAMS,
W. 11. TERRY * CO.,
BURROW. MARTIN A CO
dive us your orders for Meats and In
turn wo will deliver It for you free of
charge and give you the
PI NEST BEEP. M1I.K VEAL. SPRINO
l.AMIf, PORK, LARD. SAI'SAGES,
ETC.. ON EARTH.
J, S. BELL Jr., & CO
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
QUEEN AND CHURCH STREETS.
PHONES G3,ri AND 1010.
Itlnry liLOOD l'OfSON permanently
Sen rod In IB to35 days. You can be t roat od at
Ihomof orwne price under same, gun ran
Ity. If you prefer to coruoliero wowlllcon*
trnct to pay roll road furcand hotel bills,and
nochnrno, If Trefoil to euro. If youhavo takon nior
cury, lodldo potanh, nnd still Imvo aches and
tmlDR, M neons I'ateilen In mouth, Boro Throat,
Pimples, Copper Colornd Spols, Ulcers on
any paitof tho boJy, Itiilr or Eyebrow-, fulling
out. It Id this Secondary tii.OOl; POISON
wogunriuiUio tocuro. Wotollrlttliomost obstl
nato cusos nnd cliallongo tho world for <*
casowocniinrifccuro. 'J'hle disease has always
bugled tho skill of tbo most eminent .physi?
cians. SOOO.UOO cnpllul behind our imroinll.
tlonnl (Hlr.ranty. Absolute proofs pout sealed on
OPPlloal^in. Addren COOK KE.YJICDY CD...
Viouuaonlo Temple, CHICAGO, il C., '
JOHN S. ETHERIDGE.
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
Ilnvlng Just completed my new etabloa.
corner Chestnut and Pearl street and
stocked the Bumo with iiome lirsi-elasu
IJuHgics. Carriages, Hrlving Horses, eto..
1 nm now prepared to furnish good turn?
out day or night at rock bottom prices.
Norfolk and Portsmouth trudo solicited.
New Phono No. &
JOHN S. ETHERIDQE. Proprietor .