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WANTED?Lady Stencgra ?her.
Address P. O. Box 17. stating- experience
and salary wanted. ; Permanent position
to one wbo can fill satisfactorily. fe61t*
PARTNER WANTED?Discreet active
/ man with $3,000 In ready cash, to pur
chaso.an enterprise which will yield a
net profit of from ?7,000 to $10,000 by Feb.
25; risks positively none; profits guar?
anteed. Details at personal interview
only; none but principals answer. Ad?
dress W., care Virginian. feC-lt*
WANTED.?Lady stenographer. Address
P. O. Box 17, stating expcrlenco and sal?
ary wanted. fe6-lt?
WANTED.?25 reliable colored women to
go to all parts North to do general
housework; all expenses furnished by
employers, who are Bending for help;
tickets ready dally. Call 46S Chdrch
street, Norfolk. Va._fct>-3t?
WANTED.?TRADING STAMPS.?If you
havo Trading Stamps for sale, address
at once, stating number, "STAMPS,"
. oare Virginian._fc4-3t?
WANTED?Saleslady, experienced In Ut?
ting gloves. None but those who can
furnish first class reforenco need apply.
State experience and salary wanted. Ad?
dress P. O. Box, 246. Janl8-tf
SALESMEN ON COMMISSION?Now
selling painters' and builders' supply
trade; no competition In inducements.-1
F. Hammer Paint Co., St. Louis, Mo.
AGENTS?$5 to $10 a day to Introduco
our pure "asbestos" wicks; just patent?
ed; giving a light fully equal to elec?
tricity, and lasting from 8 to 10 years.
Address FIREPROOF SAFETY wick
WORKS, Columbus, O._fcfl-lt*
SALESMEN.?$200 per month guaranteed
selling Brooks' oh Gas Generator for
generating gas from coal oil for he-ting
or cooking stoves, ranges, furnaces or
eteam boilers. No smoke, odor. dust,
coal, kindling or ashes. The cheapest
fuel known. Indestructible, non-explo?
sive, and the greatest monopoly of tho
age. Territory free. BROOKS BURN
ER CO.. Cincinnati, O. _ _fe6-lt?
AGENTS.-$8.36 dally, selling Nickel "Plat?
ed Brilliant Gaslight Burners: tits all
kerosene lamps, gives beautiful bright
gaslight; no wick, no chimney, no
smoke; cheapest light known. Free
oample. H.58. ENTERPRISE MFG.
CO., Cincinnati, O._ fo0-U? |
SALESMAN to sell cigars to dealers. $100
monthly and expenses. Experience un?
necessary. Big Inducements to custom?
ers. H. w. BROWN & CO., Chicago.
EVERYWHERE MEN to ADVERTISE
"Luatro," tho modern scouring soap:
tack signs, distribute circulars, place
sample*, orders, etc. Steady work. Sal?
ary, $10 weeklv and expenses. THE
_LUSTRO co., Chicago._fe6-lt
LADIES, mv monthly regulator never
falls: trial box, 10 cents. Mrs. B. row?
an, Milwaukee. Wls. Jq30-su-52t
man to travel olid appoint agents. Old
established house. Permanent, $40 per
month and expenses. P. w., core Ylr
glnian office. JalG-su4t.
WANTED men and WOMEN TO
vork at home. I pay $8 lo $1C per week
for making crayon portraits, new pat?
ent method, any one who can rend or
wrltn can do the work, at home, in
spare time, day or evening. Send for
particulars and work at once. Address,
H. A. GRIPP, German Artist. Tyrone. J
LADY with tact and energy to travel for
old established firm. Permanent. $10
per month und expenses. SS, care Vir?
ginian office. JtilD-sa4t,su4t
?ffiO PER-MONTH?Why ho poor and
*"uu hard un, when an Intelligent lady
or gentleman can get a light, easy posi?
tion (all or pRrt of time paving $100 prr
month? A. WORLD MFG. CO., (3) Cln
natl, Ohio. Permanent. Write for a
place. _ ? sel2-su-24t
WANTED --Operator on sewing machine
and 5 boys, over 17 years old, to make
kites. Call Monday between 0 and 11
o'clock. SOUTHERN NOVELTY co.,
0 Fayctte street. Ja30-tf
1 WANT to TRADE MY FINE, new
Upright Piano, standard make, for bicy?
cle, horse and buggy or diamonds. An?
swer at once. "TRADE," Virginian of
_flf??;_ _ fe6-3t
want to sell-Two houses, which
cost me $1,000 each, for $750 each. Good
paying property, as I will show. Ad
_dreos ?o. R.," box 434, city. fi r,-n*
LEARN TO HYPNOTIZE?You can make
hours of fun. cure disease or bad habits,
cans,-. Others to love and obey you; sue
ccsa guaranteed: lesson 10c. Address
Prof. J. r. Herrin, box 02, Posotnm, III.
Tl I lrrTlOi*jder of~~any photographic
ticket, card or contract will do well and
protect themselves by calling at my
studio before ordering their work, as 'l
give special Inducements for all good
and perfect work. Trust no canvassers
at all for work abroad unless O.K.cd
by me at the studio. All work in the art
conscientiously done. J. ]|. FABER
? Main and Church streets. feb.6-2t '
LADIES MAKE SAMPLE PATCHES AT
home; jo week: no canvassing. Send re?
ply envelope for sample and particu?
lars FOSTER MACHINE CO., West
29th street. New York. feC-lt
LADIES" TO"d?~~PI7?1n 1SEWIng at
home: $l.r,0 per day; four months' work
guaranteed; send stamped, addressed
envelope for particulars. WILDAY ti.
HUTTON, Philadelphia, Pa. feG-it
LECTURE? ?BT ii. e". JO IINson.~Di:
Johnson will give his lecture on "Esther,
or the Power of Beauty," at Lo Kies
Memorial Church Thursday, Feb. 10 at
S o'clock. Atlantic City e.-irs run with?
in one square of the Church. Admission
25c. Refreshments. fc-G-lt*
TWO* ROOM SFOS" RENT AND PU RNI~
tnre for sale at a bargain if applied for
at once. Apply to Mrs. MORRISON
over Whitehurst & Bros.' furniture
store, eornor Holt and Church streets.
QUESTIONS ANSWERED BY MAIL ON
all subjects, business, love, marriage,
speculations and lucky days given. En?
close 10c. per question. Address AS?
TROLOGER, tbo Virginian office
48 I VOR CHECKS SI SIX HOURS
V" mmmma CURES IN 3 DAYS. At
?lO I EMEN Drug store 1S3 Church St.,
Norfolk, Va. no23-ly
Dr. Anna GiGring,
f high repute. Veg?
etable compoiinil for
$1.00. Lilly White
Regulative Pills, $2.
Wives without chil?
dren consult mo.
1C03 E. Baltimore St..
tADlBSl Chlchcsler's English Pennyroyal Pills
/niimood nr?nd), ore tho Best. s-f?. RffeMk
oo ettio. S*nJ 4c., ?umr?, for f?rtkul?ri, n.,i,f
fof Unllei,'' IM HI?ill by Return Mall.,, <\f Uruicl'l".
Chlchestor Chemical Co.. Thllada., Pa.
FOR RBNT- Furnished rooms. Heot,
light and prlvllcgo of bath. 95 Holt st.
FOR RALE?A valuable and desirable
piece of Main street property; very cen?
trally located; largo percentngo guaran?
teed In tho Investment. For particulars
address, INVESTMENT, care Virginian.
ENGINE AND BOILER FOB SALE.?An
excellent ten horse engine and a twen?
ty horBe boiler for sulo at low figures.
Apply at VIRGINIAN OFFICE.
IN THE CITY COURTS
Many Matters of Interest Around About City
USED MAIL FOR FRAUDELENT PURPOSE
Goodltiff Hold for the Federal Or nnd
Jury In 9500 Ilond-Cbnrgcd Wllb
roreinff i? Cbecn for 83?Own in
(be Police Court?Suit lor gSsOO
In 'the case of (E. P. Gooding, night
watchman at the United States Naval
Hospital, charged with using the mails
for a fraudulent purpose, Unrted States
Commissioner D. Lawrence Groner yes?
terday sent the accused on to the Fed
traJ grand Jury. Gooding- is accused of
sending a letter purporting to be from a
nurse employed in the family of Dr.
Cleborne, of the Naval Hospital, to
George M~. Jugger, a United States ma?
rine, asking a loan of $20. This amount,
it is alleged, Jugger sent in his reply,
which was received by Goodirg.
Mr. A. E. Warner, of Portsmouth, ap?
peared before the Commissioner yester?
day for the accused. United States Dis?
trict Ayorney William White and Mr.
W. H. Venable conducted the prosecu?
tion. Goodlng was rebailed In the sum
of $600, with Mr. Fred 'M. Gerke, of
Portsmouth, surety. ' ,
CHARGED WITH FORGE RX,
Alleged thai J. E. Short Drew a Worth?
less Check for $3.
Justice Tomlin yesterday held Jl. E.
Short for a fuvther hearing Monday on
the charge of having uttered a chock
for $3 purporting to be signed by a Mr.
Williams, of Portsmouth, and drawn on
the Rank ofi Portsmouth. The paper
was cashed by R. J. Sears, of Bramble
IN THE POLICE COURT.
Alleged Burglar Acquitted? Bad Lan?
guage and Flstlcufls.
Justice Tomlin disposed of the follow?
ing cases In the Police Court yesterday:
Tbhn Barry, breaking into E. B. Moats'
place. Church and Union streets; dis?
Esther Skinner, colored, abusive lan?
guage; fined $2.HO.
William Williams, colored, breach of
the peace; fined $1.60.
James H. Ruffln and Archie Nlckson,
both colored, assault; dismissed.
Abe Kayton, abusive language; dis?
missed upon the payment of $1 costs.
John Frnzier, begging on the street;
discharged and ordered out of the city.
NEWS OF THE COURT.
Wants $2,000 Damages for a Fall?Ver?
dict Rendered?Marriage Licenses.
Mr. G. Tayloe Gwathmey, attorney for
Adam Raker, coloted, yesterday entered
suit in the Court of Law and Chancery
against the Electric Company of Vir?
ginia for injuries received by the plain?
tiff while In the employ of the defend?
ant company. Baker, several weeks
ago, fell fiom an electric light pole on
York street, breaking an arm. For this
he asks $2,000 damages.
In the case of Sally P. Harmnnson,
administratrix, vs. Charles E. While
?and J. E. White, Judge Martin yester?
day gave Judgment for the plaintiff for
A marriage license was issued in this
cHy yesterday to Frank George Cimlno
and Lizzie Maria Doee, both of this
city, the ceremony to take place
A thrill of terror is experienced when
a brassy cough of croup sounds through
the house at night. But the terror soon
changes 'to relief after One Minute
Cough Cure has been administered. Safe
and harmless for children. J. M. Trot?
ter, Norfolk; It. L. Walker, Bramble ton;
Trultt & Smith. Berkley.
DEATH OF MR. EAST.
The many fnlends of Mr. John w.
East will learn with regret of bis d ac.li.
which occurred early yesterday morn?
ing at his l.'.-.me, No. 571 Chapel street.
The 'funeral will take place at 2 (o'clock
tills afternoon from Freemason Street!
Church of Christ, of which lie was u
m iivher. and will be conducted by the
lti-v. C. Q. Wright. D. S .N.. and the
Rev. J. P. Barrett, D. D. Mr East was
7-t years of age, and leaves a wiklow and
four sons, J. Frank, William B., T. J.,
and E. iB. East. He has heen in poor
'health for nearly two years. He came
here fllcrh Aecomac county shortly af?
ter th* war, 'in which he served 'brave?
ly as a Confederate soldier,
Old Firemen Say T T
that tlie (list fifteen minutes of a fire
often decides the fate of a building.
It is the same with Grip and Colds, if
yon have " Seventy-Seven" handy to
take at the.first sneeze or shiver, the
disease is cut short. Whereas delay
may mean pneumonia.
Always have " 77" handy for
Coughs, Colds and La Grippe.
A SSe. vial load* to n 81 llnsb
At druggists or sent on receipt of price.
Ask for Dr. Humphreys' Specific Man?
ual of all Diseases at your druggists or
Humphreys' Medicine Company, New
BOARD?Two single rooms for gentle?
men, with board, can be had near the
business centra of the city nt reasona?
ble terms by addressing CENTRAL,
MAN AND WIFE, or a .-mini; man, can
obtain board in private f-unify, with use
of bath, in western part of cltv. refer?
ence exchanged. Address "Y." enro of
"THE HEART OF CHICAGO."?Next
Saturday matinee and night Lincoln J.
Carter's big scenic production, "The
Heart of_ Chicago," will bo presented at
the Academy of .Music. A New York
"Lincoln J. Carter's produotlon, "The
Heart of Chicago," was seen for the
first time In New YolTt Monday evening,
January 10, and the large audience ap?
plauded it to the echo. The scenic and
mechanical effects are particularly
strong. The ruins of the tilg fire in the
first act, and -a panoramic view of Chi?
cago and Hake Michigan ns seen from a
roof garden, were beautiful effects.
The climax of _t_he fourth act, where a
train is stopped at the very edge of the
open draw by the presence of mind of
the engineer's sweetheart In setting the
danger signals In the nick of time,
caused a furor of applause. The effect
Is most deceiving, as the engine is sup?
posed to come head on Trout the rear of
the stage. Tho opening of the scene
shows a long stretch or railroad 'track
straight ahead. The house Is darkened
while Ihe villlans get iti their work in
their attempt to send the train Into the
river. Suddenly the headlight of the ap?
proaching engine Is seen to appear, a
mere spark, which gradually shows a
lustre. The green light Is shown by the
schemers, although the bridge has been
opened. Tho increasing noise Indicates
the near approach of the ttnln, when
the girl breaks the door of the shanty
In whiolt'she has been locked and swings
the red light on the semaphore In time
to stop the train. When the ?tage is
lightened there Is disclosed a remark?
able realistic puffing engine, with bead
light, escaping steam and all o:her ef
I fects. The plot of the play was well
carried through by an unlformily cap
, able east, De Witt Clinton us Edward
I Coleman and Robert Sage. Frederic
Douglas as John Ames. Allan Hampton
as Bradley, and Barbara Douglas as
Emily Coleman and Miss Afton playing
HOYT'S-"A MIEK WHITE FLAG."?
Local play-goers have always extended
a cordial welcome to the comedies o*
Charles Hoyt, but the presentation of
his moot artistic success, "A Milk White
Flag." at the Academy of Music next
Friday evening will command more than
ordinary attention. The cast is com?
posed of the best talent In the profes?
sion, and will number about fifty per?
sons, inch- :,g a military band, under
the direction of Prof. Frank C. Camp.
All She scenery used In the piece i?
carried by the company, being brought
from Hoyt'fl New York theatre, and is
said to be the most elaborate ever seen
by a "road" company. Sale of seats
commences next Wednesday morning
Prices, 25c. to $1.
"GAYEST MANHATTAN." ? This
spectacular production was repeated at
the Academy of Music yesterday after?
noon before one of 'the largest audien?
ces of tlie season, and at night the en?
gage aiem closed.
THE G LOUOESTER'S CONDITION
The accident 'to ithc (Merchants' and
Miners' steamer Gloucester, which ca?
reened during M'mday night's storm
?while partly out of the water on Bob*
Broth rs' railway, 'has ?become more
serious than was at first expec'tod. As
stalled in ithe Sun, the vessel was al>'uii
one-ithlrd out of the water, as she had
been hauled out by 'the Eitern to receive
a new ta'.l end shaft. The sudd: n low?
ering1 "f the water by Ihe strong north?
west 'winds caused the bow to strike
the bottom, nnd as there was not
enough water to keep It afloat, the ship
careened to starboard and made a nasty
! list. She remained in that position un
I'H yesterday, when the tide promised
to ns-sisl In floating her. The tugs Brit?
annia, Venus. Camilla, Uncle Sam and
Poitapsco hn.uled L-n her in the morning
nnd succeeded Iii doing nothing but
righting her a little. In the aflternoon
mors than an ordinary tide came in
and it was 'thought that she 'Would
flon.t. The steamer Dorchester, Cap
'taln Parker, a vessel of 2,537 tons reg?
ister, was made fast with two strong
lines and 'tugged at the Gloucester for
fully an hour. With tt-hls great weight
and strong engines against the Glouces?
ter the latter did not quiver under 'the
great strain. Tho tugs Venus and
Camilla were assisting, too. Tills morn?
ing th ? Iceboat F. C. Lotrobe will make
an effort to remove ithe ship from her
AMONG OUR COTTON MEN.
Weather cloudy and warmer through?
out the cotton -belt.
Future contracts in Liverpool ad?
vanced 1 to D,i points, closing firm.
Spot market unchanged. Sales, S.000
Estimated New Orleans receipts for
Monday are 1.1,000 to lf.,000 bales, against
9,094 bales last year and 111,111 baits in
Bar sliver in London advanced %d.
per ounce, 2C'4d., against 29 13-16d. last
Now Orleans future contracts ad?
vanced 7 points; March. 5.40.
United Slates ports received yesterday
.17.2T? bales, against 14,248 bales las',
year and 10,511 bales in 1895.
New York future contracts advanced
7 to S points, dosing steady. March,
6.S2 to ,r?.S:i; May. 6.89 to ?.l?0; Augus;.
?.OS to 6.99. Sales. 122.700 halts.
New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah and
Augusta advanced 1-lfie. on the spot.
Houston declined 1-lGc.
A SSOCI AT ION M EETI NG.
The Rev. A. S. Lloyd will speak no
?men Ulis afternoon at 4 o'clock. All
m;n InvtltedJ,. "especially strangers to
The orchestra and gymnnslum chorus
wUl tahe part in the song service, which
begins ?promptly nt 4 o'clock. .
The Rev. Mr. Lloyd is considered an
especially Interesting speaker 'to men.
CITY IN PARAGRAPHS
Briefest Possible Mention Made of Many
Matters of Interest to All Readers.
OCCURRENCES ?0TEO WITHOUT DETAILS
Not Huch About .1113 Illing But
fiouietliliig About Many TblugH
A Itinotoif rnpbto View or I.lfo iu
Norfolk lu Id finny mill Vary,
i ?K Phnsen Briefly Noted.
(Mr. George'Mclntosh was in Richmond
yesterday on 'business .
A sniloker will Ibe given Tuesday
night 'by the C. D. U. club
.The annual -meeting of'the Girls' Home
will be iheld Monday at 11 a. m.
The Rev. Arlihur S. Hoyd will speak
at the Y. M. C. A. this afternoon.
A game .is scheduled here for April
Dth with 'the Baltimore haseball team,
'Mrs. Leon Salzberg left last evening,
via N. Y., B. and N. R. R., 'to visit her
parentH. In New York.
Mr, L. B. Tucker has secured the
lease of the Mansion House, formerly
held by Mr. B. B. Sale.
Mrs. Sarah Selig and Mrs. I. Adler
have returned from Baltimore, where
they were In attendance on the marriage
of Mr. Lowenthnl.
A mulatto -was found Friday night
at the door of No. 2S Lincoln street,
and turned over to an old Av?n street
colored woman 'to nurse.
Ciity Engineer Brooke 'Is making an
examination of the-market .building pre?
paratory to reporting 'its defective con?
dition to the Councils.
Mr. John W. Wood, of New York,
general secret***/ W the St. Andrew's
Brotherhood of the United Btaites; pass?
ed through the city yesterday on his
way to Richmond.
Mr. J. W. Blick, wlTo for so many
years has been connected with the Acad?
emy of Music, ha? been promoted to
c'hief door keeper. The mtny friends of
"Blllie" are pleased lo hear of his ad?
The YV. CT. U. 'have changed their
?hour of .meeting 'from 12 to 12:80 Wednes?
days. A parlor meeting will bo held
on the 10th of February .given 'by the
\V. C. T. U. Th; place of meeting will
be given later.
(Mr. \V. II. Webster, Southern agent
for i.-hc Vive Camera -company, left
yesterday for Atlanta, New Orleans,
and otlvir Southern points for the pur?
pose of visiting the various agencies
of the company.
If you would learn how 1)3 become
healthy and to maintain your health,
beoruRiful and retain your beauty, pre?
serve your youth far Into the evening
of old age?If yon -would laugh as you
never laughed before, .then go and hear
Dr. R. C. Flower's free leoture lip men
and women at Ohe Academy of Music
thiis (Sunday afternoon) February 6th,
at 2:30 p. m.
Mr. Aurgus C. Slearns and h'.s son,
Aurthnr. of Leiwc-U, Mass.. arrived here
yesterday from there, via Boston steam?
er Junlata In search ef health, being
the guests of Mr. John Hill. Mr. Stearns
Is a memt>;r of the Lowell fire depart?
ment, having f :st connected himself In
1S63, when -It was a volun'teer fire .de?
partment:, and has been a member ever
since. Father and sort were grcally
surprised to find sntch mild .weather
here after leaving the blizzard In
Lowell and Boston, with snow two reel
HIGH TONED LECTURE.
The Rev. Edward Hamilton, of Kan?
sas City, says Dr. Flw r's Health
Lectures are the most amusing, enjoy?
able. Instructive medical lectures ever
delivered on it-he mod* rn platform.
These lectures, says this tr'.vorend
gentleman, should bo heard 'by every
man, woman and child who appreciates
the beautiful and -the good. They will
make every man and woman boiler.
hapiV' r and more cheerful. Morally
considered they are high toned and
finished. Intellectual, laughable, pa?
thetic and fascinating.'besides Dr. Flow?
er's lectures are freighted with knowl?
edge ond one will oft n learn front
a single lecture more than he will
from a whole course of study.
Dr. Flower is booked to lecture to
men and women free at the Academy
of Music this (Sunday afternoon) an
ANOTHER BURGLARY .
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Miller, or 123
Fendhurch street, were awakened about
5 o'clock yesterday morning by the
barking of tlv lr pi t dog. and saw a ne?
gro in the act of making off with Mr.
Miller's clothing, including a hat, coat,
and vest. Hp escaped and the case was
reported 'to -.the police. Detective Hep
pel later in the day found the cloth?
ing in a vacant lotion Holt n:re:-t. The
watch was still 'In the v<Tit pocket, and
papers from the coat pocket were scat?
tered all around.
There were blood stains on the cloth?
CAME BACK TO DIE.
Charles F. Coo Is ait St. Vincent's Hos?
pital dying. The old gentleman was
formerly employed at the hospital, and
alvout a week ago came here from Rich?
mond, went up to that institution, told
'those in charge that be was dying, and
asked to be taken in. His request was
granted. Coe claims to ha v.- been cap?
tain of the Fortieth Virginia Infantry
during 'the war, and also says that he
is a graduate of Geogetown University.
He is here friendless.
In all the world thcro in no other troatmolit
?0 pare, so sweet, to safe, so siteeily, for pre?
serving, purifying, and beautifying ihesKbi,
scalp, and hair, and eradicating , very hu?
mor, as warm butha with CtrriCCltA SOAP,
and penile anointings with ClrriC'UKA(olut
nioat), the great sklitfcure.
MM thrmiehotit Om ?orl.l.
Com-.. Soli.' I'rnr.,. Hn?le-i.
i Oie Skin, fkmlf Mid Hair," frcr.
Who Can Resist These?
Nowhere in this State can a dollar buy as much clothing
J as it does here?we've proven that time and again. Prove
J it again to-morrow when we make these extraordinary J
I special offerings. i
[ $6.87 For Men's Suits, worth up to $15.'
^ Take your choice of a special lot of men's fine tailor
a made suits consisting of plain blue and black and fancy
a cheviots, stylish worsteds and fine cassimeres in both sin
a gle and double breasted styles?the season's newest style
a garments?which we've been selling at #10, #12 and #1$
a ?as long as lot lasts for #6.87. There are no firter gar
a ments made?perfect fitting?perfectly made. .
t $7.83 For Men's Overcoats,
J worth up to $15.00.
j$ Take your choice of this big lot of men's finely-made
a Winter Overcoats?nobby Kerseys, Beavers and Meltons
a to pick from?every garment in the lot substantially lined
a ?made in the latest fashion?and finished as perfectly as
a any tailor could do it?which we've been selling at #10,
f) #12, and #K?as long as they last for #7.83. Better hur
q ry these, gentlemen.
\ $1.89 For Boys' Suits, worth up to $3.50
a Here's a saver, mothers. Choice of a lot of Children's
a stylish Suits in Middy, Junior, Vestie, Reefer aiid regular
a double-breask d styles?which are worth #2.^0, $} and
a SO?as long as the lot lasts for #1.89. These garments
a are made in the most superior manner?finished with the
a utmost care?built fer hard wear and service.
0 Men's Furnishings Reduced.
a Cho'oe of 100 dozen Men's line colored
v bordered and houistttched white blind-.
0 kerchiefs?whleb Bold regularly ut 15c.
\ each? reduced to S l-3c.
t) Lot or Men's line Ditto. Itllick, Tan
\ nnd fancy figured llose in dots, stripes
p mid fancy effects?which regularly sell
? at 25c.?reduced to, a pair 19c.
6 Lot of Men's line Oainel's-hnlr ttn
x Aorivcar?shirts In d?uhle-brcnstcd and
0 hack--which regularly sell at $1.25?ro
x duced to S9c.
Lot of Men's line Neckwear, In Puff.
Took, Kour-ln-hand, How und Imperial
shapes?all latest effects?the regular
EOc, kind?reduced to 2ic.
Lot of Men's 4-ply linen eollnrs and
cuffs. In all the Litest styles?nnd you
ean buy the collars for V.^c. each, and
the cuffs for OUc.
Lot of Garner's print percale Shirts,
with pbiln nnd pleated bosoms?with 2
collars and a pair of cuffs?which reg?
ularly sell for i\?reduced to 69c.
f?fv^^- No Branch Store in the State.
t ^T^rWs^gPt^fljl WILT,' M I liu
t 374 Main St., Near Church Docs th0 work of Two.
Its Own Story.
Office or tlio Cannon Mall Clothing Co.,
Chas. Kricdlnnder, proprietor, whole?
sale and retail clothiers. No. 219 .Main
street, Norfolk, Va., Feb. 3, I81IS.
L. ?. FIRBY, M. D.,
Dear Sir:?After a long period of CA
TAltltll AND THROAT SUFFERING,
It affords ino much pleasure In milling my
icstiinoby to ^YOUR WONDERFUL
l.'l.'UK. Indeeil, I cannot express to you |
llO\V happy 1 feel to be relieved of the ills
case which 1 THOUGHT WAS INCUR A- I
i'.l,i'i, und had so worked on my nerves i
that I WAS ALMOST READY TO GIVE I
IM' IN DESPAIR. I WHITE THIS IN
JUSTICE TO SUPPERING HUMANITY |
so that they may he benefited the same us
have been through Dr. I,. It. Flroy's cure.
Yours most gratefully, '?
MR. PR I EDDANDER HAD A VERY
RAD CASIO OK CATARRH AND QUITE
PAINFUL THROAT AFFECTION. IT'S
CURED NOW, but he will take pleasure
in telling you all about It if you ask him;
lie Is proprietor of the well known Can?
non Rail Clothing store, No.. 2I!1 Main
street, and one of Norfolk's foremost bus?
HAS OFFICES 1 AND 2, NO. 211 MAIN
STREET, Opposite Commercial Place.
SPECIALTIES:?CATARRH, and ALL
DISEASES OF EYE, BAR, NOSE AND
Consultation Always Free!
Medicines Furnished I
X Terms Very Moderate I X>
9 a. in. io 12:30; 2 to 6 p. m.
Guick Loans on Household
Furniture While in Uso.
Mortgages and other securities.
Liberal advances on salaries, rents,
annuities, estate and permanent In?
comes. Interviews strictly private
und all transactions rigidly conll
W. H. llOFHEIMEP..
New No. 35S Main street, Mo: Hz
Ofllce building, suite f> und C.
9 Plain St.
] will offer during this week a nice
line of Embroideries from 6c., <>., Sc.
and 10c. a yd. Clieap at twice the
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
Muslin Drawers, good quality, 25c.
Muslin Drawers, Umbrella style, 35c.
Muslin Clowns, four Inserting embroid?
ery ruf des, 4!)c.
Ktne Muslin Gowns, 98c. ,
1 will also put on sale to-morrow a
beautiful sample line of Ladles' ready
made Suits, for present wear, very
j. w. Damage.
W. N. Waller,
Carriage & Waller
Wholesale and retail
Office and warehouses
12 to 10 PLUME ST,
Near the Brlge,
NORFOLK, - - VIRGINIA.
Headquarters for Forelptn and Do?
mestic CEMENTS, LIME, PLAS
TER. RRICKS. SEWER -AND
CHIMNEY RIPE, LATHS, SHIN?
Norfolk Iron Works,
GEO. \V. DUVAL & CO.,
No. 16 Wator Street, Norfolk, Va,
ENGINES. BOILERS, SAWMILL, and
all kinds of machinery ot the most im?
proved patterns. Also repairing at tho
shortest notice. Particular attention to
steamboat work. DUVAL'S PATENT
BOILER TUBE FERRULES are the
only perfect remedy for leaky boiler tubes.
Tnev can pe Inserted In a fnw mlhutea by,
any engineer, and are .warranted to stop
loa ks. ._j