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: !3rSef Items.oilIniorest Picked Up
Hers fend There,
or, -who recently went |
'azewell, Va., remov
,?i Southwest Baptist I
abandoned Uie idea
Rev. W, C. F
to Bristol fron
ing his paper,
to that place-,, h
or issuing theVpafeer and gone with his!
Sauilly to FarmvoWe, Va.. where he will ]
accept a pastorate near the home of j
fclo p&rento. '
Mr. Amus io;fea, one of the most1
prominent of Stafford county's citfecu?,
died Thursday nifcht at his home, aged
Fin the same dwelling
[born, and lived ull his
$6 yearn. He die
in. whfch ho w?b
life.
The question, .^lel
dorailmont of railway trains /-ail he
punished in Virginia untrer the act en?
titled "an. act tq. punish obstructions
to canals, &c.,\'-<lta? Just been decided
In the afllrmatlvef In the Alexandria
County CourL
Miss Salllo Linllona and Mrs. James
E. Hudson were linited in marriage
Wednesday at thfe home or the bride
in Pulaskl county.
Miss Llszl? I*Jdaughter or Col. It.
I>. Gardner, -oE-Fulaskl City, and Mr.
Chanilcs Edward Hicks, were married
Friday.
Mr. George XJ. Cla.y, of Erislul, a well
known business man, was found dead
in bed at Johnson City Friday.
Mr. Robert A. Wayland, a native of
Waynesbo-ro, but for twenty years a[
citizen of Oh?lfcotht*; Ohio, is dead.
He attained prominence in the Buckeye
State.
There are twenty-four candidates to
succeed tho ia.to Mr. Charles P. Rudy
ne secretary cf Hie Richmond School |
Board. W--- ' -. -
Mr. Isaa'c 3. Porter, a Richmond
printer, died in New York Friday, of
heart disease, aged 65 years.
The largo flout* warehouse of J. 1.1
Triplett, Woodstock, was partially j
burned Friday. Ecbj, 3500.
At a negro dance- at the house o*
Tom Clayton, aj'i sSiivconvlct, in this
county, a few-nights Tfgop a negro
named El'erd Turner shot and badly
wounded - Palmer. Turner is still
ot largo, and it ,1a eaid has gone to
North C:arollna;-|Tt^rn;r was himself
shot by a noisi-lv in. 'i<3dt Virginia a
, short time slncj
i
Deputy TJnJto.rl.'States M
Colley capturetl an. illicit!
Cumberland M??ntaln on'
He,also arrested' Sam Iii
Robert Stone, Iwho seemt
charge of. the felstillery a
ahal Phelan
ilstillery In |
(Wednesday,
iham and |
to be in
Ithe time.
farmer, droppe|i di
Two prisoners escaped o(
under the-jall door, SJjs thpugl
? had help from
>
The Floyd Pres?, heretofore conduct?
ed by Mr. ? R. Brauie, has bipn pur-'
chased by AfessTS. Aaron an + Walter
Bowers, who will take charge of the
paper, the Wt day of January.
Mr. Taylor Berry, son ot the late
Uudge Taylor Berry, and Miss Ida
Strode, daughter of the late Prof. H,
A. Strode, eloped from their home, at
Amherst Courthouse, last night,
Pelham, N. C, where they were mar?
ried. Misa Strode has been attending
.the Woman'a College at Lynchburg.
A ,few nights itfii) the clothing of
Mrs. Richard Jenkins.caught Are from
an open fireplace at hor home, near
Glen Cove, Westmoreland county, and
ehe was so badly burned that sin died
In a few hours. Her husband in at?
tempting to extinguish the flames was
BSTiously Injured.
Richard Wesley, a young colored
man, who was picked up in the streets
of Winchester Thursday by the police
and lodged in Jail, was found dead in
his cell Friday morning. The physi?
cian who attended him yesterday says
that his death was due to lack of med?
ical treatment.
Have Your .tum? c:< -isic i <>ti
Along with the largest, number of
.Wearers of one shoe in the city.
? HELLER'S S2.00 -.PATROL SHOE
guaranteed not to rip and to have three
distinct solid leather soles. They are
worn by all classes of mcohaok-s. if
you will kindly tell us'-what trade yon
follow, by referring ? to-wHir hooks, we
will tell you several, at that trade that
wear them, some of wnom you may
know. ?
Wo have them in narrow, medium and
.Wide toes.
HELLER'S SHOE STORE.
; % G< Bank street.
Cr;:'. ?-?
Oitulol (n i'.r H.i-ikI, i .
'.' ' -The Washington correspondent of the
{New York World says:'
When Anbur Pue Gorman and CJeo.
iGray iretire from the Senate on March
, It Senator John W. Daniel, of Virginia,
temporary chairman of the late Chi?
cago Convention, will assume the lead?
ership of the minority. Daniel is one
of the ablest mfm In' the Sonate. Al?
though past the half-century milestone
he Is full of vim and energy and ex?
erciser more influence1 V over his col
a?2fiues than any other Democrat. Gor
J *aik excepted. Daniel Is a conserva
lUve-Anan? An ah,f> I,i,w>'ei* a,ld Jurist,
niostt elonuent talker, he has made
n, strong and indelible. Impression on
Iiis fellow Senators.
Daniel la an. ox-Confederate and
served with distinction In the army of
the South, but he believes the time has
ilong since passed^wheh fleotion.il hatred
should exist, and 1s one of the stal?
warts who have for many years been
Ibreaking down the last, vestiges or sec?
tionalism.
ALWAYS USE
1
PURE 1 HEALTHFUL!!
Reported that Commonwealth's At?
torney Will Resign.
!Kr. Lucas Ii'JnrcU lu Washington
Mi) Hon. W. A Toting Confluent
oi itefntuiug Sit? Seut lu lonKrcu
-(ifllciTs Elected.
-?-? I **V?*Vn?V
Newport News, Va., Dec. 31.?The
Daily Telegram of this afternoon pub?
lishes the following:
There is a report to the effect that
Mr. J. K. M. Newton will, in the near
future, i'esign the olllce or Common?
wealths Attorney for the county of
Warwick, which he has held for nearly
two terms. In case Mr. Newton does
tesiKi? it is understood that Judge
Baker P. Dee will appoint Mr. P. St.
George Willcox, of this city, to fill the
vacancy. The pr?sent term will expire
June 30, 1899.
When Newport News was Incorpo?
rated Mr. Newton was Common?
wealth's Attorney for the county, and
after that, became, by virtue of his
olllce, Commonwealth's Attorney for
the city also. The dual olllce has in?
volved a great deal of loss of time, and
produced other complications. The
resignation, ho far as the county is
Bbncerned, will relieve Mr. Newton of
his duties at Warwick Courthouse, but
will, of couise. In no wise effect his
position as Commonwealth's Attorney
for Newport News, which position he
Will ho?d until the May election of
1900.
INJURED IN WASHINGTON.
Mr. Eugene Lucas, proprietor of the
Metropolitan Hotel, lies in his room at
that hostelry suffering from serious in?
juries, sustained in an accident that be?
fell him in Washington Friday.
Mr. Lucas, who came to this city on?
ly a short time ago, had a quantity of
furniture stored in a house belonging!
to him In the Capital City, and was
directing 'the removal of the articles
to the boat, for -shipment to Newport
News. While standing at the top ot
a sfecond-Story stlrca-se the banister
against which he was leaning gave
way, precipitating him to the landing
below. Mr. Lucas is suffering consid?
erable pain.
HON. W. A. YOUNG HERE.
Hon. W. A. Young, Congressman
from this district, is In the city, the
guest of Mr. Doug. Smith. Mr. Young
?speaks confidently of the result of his
contest with Dr. Wise, or rather - the
doctor's contest with him, and believes
th'.t liv will win out if Congress will
give him a square deal. Judge Brooke,
his counsel, Is working on the cast,
which does not require ns much labor
as the lust contes' 1 which Dr. Wise
attacked the resul t i mm almost every
precinct In the district.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Mary Washington Council, .No. 8,
Daughters of ^Liberty, elected the fol?
lowing ofllcvrsV at its meeting last
night:
Cov.TC-lllor?Miss Ida Layfleld.
Associate Councillor?S. J. Collins.
Vice-Councillor?Mlsa Agnes Mc
Conib.
Associate Vice-Councllilor?F. R. Ad?
ams.
Recording Secretary?W. H. Johnson.
Assistant Recording Secretary?Mlas
Vina Wilder.
Financial Secretary?Miss Delia Hln
man.
Treasurer? Mrs. R. Adams.
Guide?Mists Lei lie Ketchum. I?
Inner Guard?Oscar Dahl.
Trustee for six mouths?Miss Mary
Wilson.
Trustee for eighteen months?Mrs. M.
A. Holder.
Representative to State Council?Miss
Delia Hlnnian.
BRIEF MENTION.
Mr. W, R. Baker, a well-known
Bloorine.ld merchant, was .struck In the
face and badly Injured Friday by
Henry Cook, a negro tenant of his. who
used a bod slat with which t<> fell hid
victim. Mr. Baker had found the ne?
gro moving out and had gone to him
for his rent. What he ;;>>t was a f.i> <>
badly. split open. Conk has been held
for the grand jury.
Mr. Thomas Eubank, who for the
past frfur weeks has been quite ill with
malarial fovcr, under Dr. Hosklns, Is
now able to be up, and will leave for
his home in Easex county next Monday.
Mr, Eubank Is a brolher-ln-law <>f Mr.
T. J. Hosklns, uf East End, and has
been boarding with Mr. L. H. Birdsong.
II.VMIMOV.
NO REDRESS-ENTERTAINED BY
ELKS? LEE'S BIRTHDAY.
Hampton. Vn., Dec. 31.?Mr. W. T.
Hughes,, of tli<! Hampton bar, who Is
associated with Hon. John Goode ns
counsel for certain owners of lands and
oyster beds along Mm creek contiguous
to the new Josiah Simpson Hospital,
yesterday stated to a reporter that
after haying carefully examined the law
and the authorities bearing on the case,
he was convinced that his client could
not recover damages or Indemnity for
Injury done their properties by reason
of tho government's action in emptying
the druinago from the hospitals Into
the creek. The law specifically pro?
vides that an action in the Court of
Claims against the government cannot
be brought except where there is a
contract cither express or Implied. No
such contract between the government
and the parties Injured exists.
Mr. W. B. Davies. a recently created
Elk. last night entertained his brethren
of Hampton Lodge. It. P. O. Elks, at
Hotel Klondike, in Phoebus, the occa?
sion being the anniversary of his birth.
There wits a goodly representation of
this social orderffSrcsr-ni mid nil made
merry around the festal board, with
feasting, toasts, Bmisic and jest. Mr.
Davies is a hafiflsonio entertainer and
an experienced caterer and spread a
tempting supper with champagne In
abundance, fcThose prcsor.-r "wished him
many more .anniversaries.
There will be a meeting of the Daugh?
ters of-tho Confederacy at tho residence
of Mrs. Baker P. Lee, on Mallory ave?
nue, on Tuesday, January ::>!. 1899 at
?i !>? m. A full attendance is desired In
eider to prosecute plans for the cele?
bration of Lee's brlthday, January 19th.
A Tramp KM,* |? h Pnllmiin.
Lynchburg. Va., December 31.- Goo.
Rapley, Who some woeks ago had his
skull fractured by a 'negro while rid?
ing on a freight train, and who has
been in tho almshouse hore/nvas taken
to his homo in Baltimore Thursday by
his wife, a woman of charming appear?
ance, who arrived here Wednesday. Mr:
and Mrs. R'apley took berths in a Pull?
man last night. Rapley came here as
a "knight of the road," and was treat?
ed as such, but he took his departure
in a .Pullman, with a new suit of
clothes and un overcoat, which wore
furnished by hj? wife-.
I will \ guarantee
that my KUney Cure
?will cure t)4 per/cent,
of all formaW kidney
complaint land la
many liistnr.ee? the
most serious forms of
Origin's disease. If
the disease Is com?
plicated send a four
ounce rial of urine.
Wo will analyze it
and advise you free
what to do.
MUNYOH.
At all flruRslata. 28o. a vial. Guido to Health
ami ni^llcul nrtTlce fre?. 1S06 Arch ?t.. Thilo.
1K1DNEYCURE
Memorial Window to Be Dedicated
To-morrow.
Rov. Dr. A, O. ltrown, of Norfolk ?
Anollicr Window lo llio .Memory
?I KfV.j K. M. I'elorsou ?ext Sou
flay -No I CM,'
Petersburg, Va., Dec. 31.?The memo?
rial window recently placel In High
Street M. E. Church In memory of Mr.
Thomas Branch and Mrs. Branch, will
bo unveiled to-morrow morning at 11
o'clock; This Is one of the lnrgest and
handsomest windows of Its kind in the
city. The llgure on the window repre?
sents the Good Shepherd caring for his
sheep. The window was given by Mr.
.lohn P. Branch, of Richmond, in mem?
ory of his father and mother. Mr.
Branch and family are expected to be
present tit the unveiling. Rev. A. G.
Brown, D. D., presiding cider of the
Norfolk District, and twice pnstor of
High Street Church, will preach the
unveiling sermon. Rev. Mr, Brown Is a
warm and valued friend of the Branch
family.
On next Sunday week a memorial
window in this church to the memory
of Rev. E. M. Peterson, will be un?
veiled. The sermon on this occasion
Will be preached by Hev: J. C. Heed,
pastor of Central M. E. Church, Man?
chester.
PURCHASE OF TIMBER LANDS.
It , was learned yesterday that
Messrs. it. Butterworth & Bro? of Din
wlddle, have purchased 2.000 acres of
valuable timber lands in Sapony Dis?
trict, In that county. The price paid
for the property was about eight thou?
sand dollars. It Is understood that
three parties are negotiating for the
purchase of four hundred and twenty
acres of land at Pride's, on the Rich?
mond, Petersburg and Cnrollna rail?
road, belonging to this same firm.
PERSONAL AND GENERAL.
Mr. Herbert Tucker, of this city, and
Miss Georgia Miles, of Warrenton. N.
C, were married at the homo of the
bride last evening at 8 o'clock. The
bride Is an accomplished and exceed?
ingly popular young lady of the North
Suite. The grooni Is one of Peters?
burg's best known young men, and
has the best wishes of a host of
friends.
The Richmond and Petersburg Rall
roatl Company has a force of hands at
work preparing for the erection of an
Iron bridge over King.-dand Creek.
When this bridge Is up nil of the
bridges en the road will be iron struc?
ture n. This Is now one of the best
roads In the State, and travel over It
is smooth, safe and plear.ant.
Workmen are pulling down the walls
of the store on the corner of Sycamore
and Tftbb streets, which occupies the
sit.- on which the new banking house
of the Petersburg Savings and Insur?
ance Company Is to be erected.
Three <>( Virginia Division officers T.
P. A. of America, were In the city
yesterday and secured many of the
best citizens as members of Post C.
Thin is a fine association and Is doing
a good work. It is to be hoped that
many more will Join it.
The congregation of the West End
Baptist Church expect to begin to
worship In the Sunday school room of
their new church to-morrow week.
Services will be continued_to he held
in this room until the church Is com?
pleted.
Mr. Augustus Wright Is confined to
the house by sickness.
Postmaster Silth Rollins continues
to improve.
Mr. Lucius Hewlett Is quite sick.
REGAINED HEALTH.
Gratifying Lottora to Mrs. Pink
ham From Happy Women.
" I Owe You My Life."
Mrs. E. Woor.IIISF.lt,
Mills, Neb., writes:
"Dear Mas. PinkhAm:?I owe my
life to your Vegetable Compound. The
j doctors .said I had consumption and
not hing could be done for me. My
menstruation had stopped and they
said my blood wns turning to water. I
hud several doctors. They all said I
! could not lire. I began the use of Lydia
E. I'ink ham's Vegetable Compound,
and it helped mo light array; menses
returned and I have gained in weight,
1 hnvobcUcr health than I have had for
yea'--. ! I is wonderful what your Com?
pound has .;oue forme."
" I Frei Like ? New Person.1*
Mrs. Geo. r.EACtl,
loui? lallest., Alton, 111.,mites:
" Before I beganfo talce your Vege?
table. Compound I was n great sufferer
from womb trouble. Menses would ap?
pear two and three times in a mouth,
causing me to be so weak I could not
stand. I could neither sleep nor cat, and
looked so badly my friend? hardly
knew me.
" I took doctor's medicine but did not
derive much benefit from it. My tlrug
gist gave me one of your little hooks,
,nud after reatling it I decided to try
Lydia Ii. Pinkham's Vegetable Com?
pound. I feel like a new person. I
would not giro your Compound for all
tho doctors' medicine in the world. I
can not prtUui it enough."
MR, DOOLEY ON THE PHILIP?
PINES.
"I know what I'd do If I was Mack,"
said Mr. Hennessy, "I'd hist a flag over
th' Ph'llppeens, an' I'd take In th' whole
lot Iv thim."
"An' yet," eald Mr. Dooley, "tls not
more* thin two months since/ye learned
whether they were Islands. or canned
goods. If yer son Packy was to ask ye
where th' Ph'llppeens Is, cud ye give
him anny good Idea whether they was
In Hooshia or Jus' west lv th' thracks?"
"Mebbe I cudden't," said Mr. Hennes?
sy, haughtily, "but I'm fr takln' thlm
iu, annyhow."
'So might I be," said Mr, Dooley, "If
I cud on'y get nie mind on It. Wan Iv
the worst things, about this here war
is th' way it's makin' puzzles f'r our
poor, tired heads.
"I've been r-readln' about th' coun
thry, full Iv goold an' precious stones,
where th' people con pick dinner off th"
threes ,an' ar're starvm' because they
have no step-ladders. Th' Inhabitants
Is mostly naygUrs an' _ Chinnymen,
peaceful, industhrus, an'i law-abldln',
but savage an' bloodthrlty in their
methods. They wear no clothes except
what they have on, an' each woman
has live husbands an' each man has
live wives. Th' r-rest goes' into th' dis?
card, th' same as here. *Th' Islands has
been owned be Spain since before th'
fire; an' she's treated thlm so well
they're now up in ar-rms again her, ex?
cept a mnjorlty lv thlm which is thurly
loyal. Th' natives seldom light, but
whin they get mad at wan another they
r-run-a-muck. Whin a man r-runs-a
muck, sometimes they hang him an'
sometimes they discharge him an' hire
a new motorman. Th' women ar-re
beautiful, with languishln' black eyes,
an' they smoke see-gars, but ar-re hur?
ried an' Incomplete In their dhress. I
see a plcther lv wan th' other day with
nawthln' on her but a basket of cocoa
?nuts an' a hoop-skirt. They're no
prudes. We Import Juke, hemp, cigar
wrappers, sugar, an' fairy tales fr'm
th' Ph'llppeens. an' export six-Inch
shells an' fh' like.
"I larned all this fr'm th' papers, an'
I know 'tis sthralght. An' yet, Hlnnls
sy, I dlnnaw what to do about th' Ph'?
llppeens. An' I'm all alone in th'
wurruld. Ivrybody else has' made up
his mind. Ye ask anny con-ducthor on
Ar-rchy R-road, an' he'll tell ye. Ye
can find out fr'm the papers; an', if ye
really want to know, all ye Have to do
Is to ask a prom'nent citizen who can
mow all th'. lawd he owns with a safe?
ty razor. But I don't know."
"Hang on to thim," said Mr. Hennes?
sy stoutly. "What we've got we must
hold."
Bore throat and constant coughing in?
dicate an affection of the bronchial
tubes which may develop into pleurisy
or inflammation of the lungs. Do not
wait: but use Dr. John W. Bull's
Cough Syrup at once and be cured.
COUCH SYRUP
Cures Hoarseness and Sore.Throat.
Doses arc tmall and pleasant to take. Doctors
rccoiuaieud it. Price 15 cts. At all druggists.
A Word
To the Wise
Is Sufficients
In order to Inake room for
Spring; goods we have decided
to reduce every Shoe in the
house to a price that will
enable those that are in need
of Shoes to get them.
Prices Below Are for Cash Only.
Alen's $?.00 Shoes reduced
t?T4.00.
AAen's $4.00 ^hoes reduced
to ?3.00.
Men's $?.!>0 Shoes reduced
to #2.7?.
Alen's $3.00 Shoes reduced
to $2.50.
A\en's $2S0 Shoes reduced
to $2.00.
A\en's $2.00 Shoes reduced
to $1.50.
One lot of $3.00, $4.00 and
$5.00 Shoes to $2.00.
This lot is narrow toes, but
cheap.
Men's Spring Heel Shoes,
worth $3.^0, now $2.75.
Boys' Tan Shoes, worth
$2.?0, now $1.7?.
Ladies', Misses'
?AND?
Children's Shoes
?AT?
ALMOST ANY PRICE.
This reduction includes some
of the best makes, such as
Stacy Adams & Co., Heywood
& Co., Hathaway, Soule &
Harrington, Lilly, Brackett &
Co., and others.
It will pay you to call early
and secure some of the many
bargains.
LAND & LAND,
2?2 CHURCH ST.
Qood=Bye,
Rheumatism.
The Right Remedy Will
Bans?h it Forever.
If you would forever be rid of
the aches and pains, and some?
times the tortures produced by
Rheumatism, yon must take the
rjght remedy. Those who con?
tinue to suffer are relying upon
remedies which do not reach their
trouble. Tho doctor's treatment
always consists of potash and
meroury, which only intensify the
disease, causing the joints to stiff?
en and the bones to ache, besides
seriously impairing the digestive
organs.
Rheumatism is a disordered stntc of
tho blood, and the only cure for it is a
real blood remedy. Swift's Specific (Si
S. 8.) goes down to the very bot tom of
nil diseases of tho blood, and promptly
cureB cases that other remedies can not
reach.
Mr. E. K. S. Olinkenbeard. a promi?
nent attorney of Mt. Sterling, Ky.,
writes:
"Two years ago I was a great sufferer
from Rheumatism. 7. hnd tried every
remedy I could hear of except S. S. S.
I had been to Hot Springs, Ark., where
I remained for twelve weeks under
treatment, but I experienced no perma?
nent relief, and returned hon^p, be?
lieving that I would be a sufferer as
long as I lived. At a timo when my
pains were almost unbearable, I
chanced to read your advertisement
and was impressed with it to much
that I decided to try 8. 8.8. I took
eleven bottles and was entirely relieved
of all pain and cured permanently.
"When I began to take 8. 8. 8. I was
unable to sit or stand with any ease,
and could not sleep. Since taking the
last dose 1 have had no return of the
Rheumatism, and I take grent pleas?
ure in recommending S. 8. 8 to any
one who has the misfortune to Buffer
witli this disabling disease."
S.S.S. is the only cuYe for Rheu
tmutism, which is
the most stubborn
of blood diseases.
It is not intended
to give relief only,
but by completely
neutralizing the
acid condition of
the blood it forces
out every trace of
the disease and
rids the system of it forever. It is
Purely Vegetable
and ono thousand dollars reward
is offered to any chemist who can
prove that it contains a particle of
mercury, potash, or any other
mineral ingredient. S. 8. S. is
tho only blood remedy guaranteed
to be absolutely free from mineral
mixtures.
Books Bent free by Swift Spe?
cific Company, Atlanta, Ga.
The New Year* ? ?
? ? - Our Compliments
HOFHEIMER
A Boon for the Men
We will, for the next ten days cut the prices
on every pair Men's Tan Winter Weight Shoes
in the house. Our reason is an over-stock.
We bought too many. The surplus must
move, and quick, at that. Styles and sizes
are very complete.
Lot No 162 and 187
Men's Cordovan Tan Shoes,
hand-sewed, calf lined.
Our $6.00 Shoe, $3 75
Lot 163
Lemon Color Tan Lace for
men's wear, very nobby, made
of Box Calf. Our '
usual ?3,
$1.98
Lot 182
Men's Tan Lace, Golf cut, brass
eyelets, extra light shade; very
serviceable. Our usual
*3 50> $2.48
Lot 183
English Cut Men's Tan Lace,
Russia Calf, Goodyear
Welt. Our $3.50
Shoe,
$2.24
Lots 28 and 29
Veal Tan Shoes, in light or
dark shade, English cut or
straight lace. Our ?
52 50 $1.69
Lot 275
Boys' Tan Lace; makes a good
School or Dress Shoe.
Thev wear well. Our frt n /.
usual $2.00 4>I.Z*J
Lot 188
Chrome Calf Tan Lace, hand
sewed, Vici Kid, lined
in usual shape. Our
usual $4.00
$2.75
Lota 159, 173? 175
Are the darks, medium and light
shades of Tan Willow
Calf Lace Shoe. Our
regular $4.00 line
$2.50
328 Main St.,
Norfolk.
230 High St.,
Portsmouth.
ICE CREIAIVl !
AINIO CREIAIVl !
BEST QUALITY I
PROMPT SERVICE I
SPECIAL1, FOR CHRISTMAS.
'POHNC 5A<A
METTOWEE
For Oven Fifty Years
MRS. WINSLOW'S
SoothiAg Syrup
has been used ifo
lug. It sooUika.i,]
gums, allays a\l" 1
regulates the m.
Is the beat rem?)
five cents a bate,
throughout U
r.lldreii while teeth
child, softens ths
cures wind colic,
|n(h and bowels, and
r, diarrhoea. Twenty
old by ,4J1 tfrusgiau
USE NO OTHER!
DEAL'S CM MAX PATENT FLOUR
inn Up? the best bread. Try It once, you
will use. It always.
FINE ELGIN nUTTER 20 and 25c.
We still have Italslns, Nuts, Currants,
&c, at low prices.
G.W. Deal & Co.,
55 NEW MAIUCI? PLACE. S
BOTH PHONES?9a.
I tub eommal Cafe,*
* 90 and 92 Roanoke Square,
I STEAMED OYSTERS, J
? A SPECIALTY. ?
T LITTLE BAY AND LYNNHAVEN OYS- *
A TERS SERVED EXCLUSIVELY. ?
ii GIVE US A CALL ?
? STGRMED OYSTERS. *
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SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
WINTER TERM
-OP THE?
(Also purchasers of the Columbia Busl
_ ness College.) .. ? ,,
Corner Granby street and City Hall
avenue. Norfolk, Va., begins TUESDAY.
JANUAttf snn. Make your arrange?
ments to matriculate on that date.
For Information concerning course of
Instruction, rates of tuition, etc., call at
the University or send for catalogues
J. M. KESSLER,
Just Received
A fresh supply of the
celebrated
KfiMfHfl SPLINT
The superior of all grate coals.
We are the sole agents.
Geo.W.Taylor&Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
ANTHRACITE
AND BITUMINOUS
COAL.
61 GRANBY ST. 'Phone 34.
CENTRAL WHARF. 'Phone 137.
WOOD.
Yfm have en band a fresh supply of?
Having recently put In a splitting ma,
chine we now moke no extra charge fat
splitting.
Persons having wood st.vea will dj
well to order
Hard Wood
from us.
COAL of ALL KIND3
and best quality, at lowest market Pric.
at wholesale and retail.
Tue Hoiid 1 in do
No. 1U Main St.. Norfolk. Va.
FIRST?~
IN TUB GRATES OF IT3
COUNTRYMEN,
Toms Creek Coal!
NONE. BETTER. TRY IT ONCE.
COAL FACTS <^_
There's >. world of difference In fires.
They're like people; some bright and
cheery, others gloomy and dull. For
downright good company, even if !t does
make you stand off. It's bard to heat a
Toms Creak lire. We also sell all sizes
" MIHE BEST QUALITY.
Your orders always have our prompt
attention.
TRIGG & WILMER, Agents.
[55 GRANBY STREET, Main Office.
15 NIVISON STREET, Yards.
BOTH PHONES.
WATCH FOR 1899.
To every cash purchaser of a ton of
coal from us until further notice, wo
Will give a c;ml endorsed by us which
will entitle the holder upon payment of
12.05 to ono elegant Electro Gold-plated
Watch or a handsome case of Silver
plated Ware, containing G Knives, 0
Tablespoons and fi Teaspoons. Wo have
already delivered seve/ral of these watches
which we tint! keep excellent t'.m\ Cata?
logue at our office.
CHAS. E. SCOTT & CO.,
200 LOVITT AVENUE.
'Phones, 1136-251.
ALBERT STAHL
Practical Decorator
WALL PAPER,
253 CHURGH STREET,
Oppo. St. Paul's Church.
NEW PHONIC 679. Jy-9-su-w-fr
NOTICE OF REMOVAL,
H. E. OWEN GRAIN CO.'S
office to Citizens' Bank Building, Room
No. 716. ,
COBB, BROS. & CO.,
BROKERS.
159 MAIN ST.. opposite Atlantic Hotel.
Execute orders In cotton, grain, either
on margin or buy and sell outright.
Private wire to New York, Chicago and
New Orleans. Correspondence solicited.
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BLOOD POISON
HAVE YOU Sore Throat. Pimples, Coo?
per-Colored Spots, Ache:,, Old Sores, Ul?
cers In Mouth. Hair Falling? Write COOK
REMEDY CO., 1G77 MASONIC TTEMPLiE,
Chicago, HI/, for proofs of cures. Capital,
(500.000. Worst cases cured In 15 to SS
days. 100-pnge book free. lul-ly
Bin. ?i U a non-polooDou?
remedy tor Gonorrh?:?,
Oleet, Spermatorrhoea,
White*, unnatural dU
charfea. or any iDBamma
ilon, Irritation or olcera
tloa of mucons man*
irHfEvJWSCHEVlCUCo. braoe*. Non-??trlnf?nt
~ Sold by r<rnt(Uli,
'or sent In plain wrapper,
by ?xpreu, prepaid, for
11.00, or 3 botttci. ?3.7?.
Circular tint ea totucct

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