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PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS.
* The Best 12^c. Hosiery in the city. Also a
fujl'line of 2$c., 3$c. and 50c. qualities.
BMMBTT T3E>?I?: S,
320 High Street,
Iii Men's Winter Suits and Overcoats
Wo hove the largest and choicest stock tho market affords, and upon examina?
tion you will admit that our prices are the lowest when quality is considered.
$13.50 Overcoats for $10.00.
$10.00 Overcoats for $7.50. A bargain.
Buy flrst-cfess Clothing In our store and get splendid value.
Well dressed young men have a deckled advantage by having their Suits.
Trousers and Overcoats made by us. Prices aro right. Workmanship, Fit and
SHOE D1CPARTM'KNT.?We offer from to-day tho greatest values on the
market for examination. Boys" All Solid Shoes at 11.00.
Lad'es" Dongola. Pat. leather or Tip same. Billion and Lace all widths, $1.60.
Men's Hand Sewed Shoes, will wear as good as any J3.00 Shoe In the State
wears, Fit and Comfort guaranteed?Our price, J3.30.
THE BRANDT COMPANY. 213 and 215 High St.
STRICTLY ONE PRICE?FOR CASH ONLY.
Standard Diaries for 1899.
Virginia and North Carolina Almanacs.
ALL FANCY GOODS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
_ANDBKSON db "JTil OMPSON.
224 high street.
The Only Pebble On
we don't claim our coal to lie: there may
ho ?others, but you will never find any
coal, that will give you more genuine sat?
isfaction for cooking or heating than our
high grade well-screened coal. You can't
beat it, and you won't want to try when
you have once tested It. It Is the best
coal on tho market to-day.
JOSEPH II- PHRKER,
WHOLESALE GROCER AM) DEALER
IN COAL FEED AND ICE,
Crawford. Columbia and Water streets.
Why Don't You Stop That Coughing ?
YJ)U CAN STOP AND CURE YOUR COUGH BY TAKING
"CARR'S COUGH BALSAM/'
an Infallible remedy for Coughs, Colds. Hoarseness, and all Throat nnd Lung
Troubles. Read what Mr. L L. lyester says about "Can's Cough Balsam." he says
that after suffering for several months from a very severe Cough, using almost
every patent nostrum on the market and every conceivable household concoction
.without relief. I tried "Carr's Cough Balsam, and was speedily cured. Price 25c.
bottle. Prepared by
j6rom9 r. gm rr,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST, ' I 'J
Corner Court and County nnd Green, near Bart streets. (| '
ALL PATENT MEDICINES AT CUT RATES
ALL CHRISTMAS GOODS SOLD
Only a few left. Come and see our NEW FUR COLLARETTES.
? M. J, PHILLIPSi
Latge Stock High Grade,
$18 and $20,
Velocipedes, - $1.50
Tricycles, - - $4.00
i anil steam Toys.
W. N. WHITE, Portsmouth, ITa,
have: you tried
W. <&J. RARKERS EUREKA FLOUR
IF NOT, WHY NOT ?
It is the best Flour made. Ask your grocer for it.
JESSE WHITEHEAD'5 SALOON,
511 crawford street.
FREE LUNCH DA'LY FROM ELEVEN TO ONE O'CLOCK.
Everything known to the professio n put up In the finest style possible.
Draught and Bottled Beer a specialty. An excellent lino of Cigars . Cail in and
NEW YEAR PRICES,
Cornell Hams, Sc. pound; Country Eggs
tic. dozen; Wc. Van Camp's Macearoni
and Cheese. 5c. can; Sauer Kraut, 5c.
quart. With each bottle of Borjcs' Pol?
ish for ladies' shoe? we will give a box
of blacking free. Don't forget Blue Dabei
Coffee, the beat In tho city. Remember
these prices are for Saturday from f.
o'clock a. m. to 10 o'clock p. la. Five
clerks In attendance. Respectfully,
R. E. KING,
L W. Corner Court and Glasgow St
Three-story Warehouse. Xo. CIO Craw?
ford street: excellent location for a gro?
cery, notion, hardware or commission
house; rent, J35 per month.
JNO. L. WATSON.
300 High street._Portsmouth. Va.
LOOK, LOOK FOR THE NEW WOOD YARD,
CORNER LONDON AND CHESTNUT
New and Dry Wood always on hand.
Orders promptly attended to. Orders can
be left at store or yard, and have prompt
attention. New 'phone 1S21.
u no8tf s. W. HANBERRY.
THAT REDUCTION OF WAGES.
No Cause or Reason Assigned for Re- ]
duclng the Pay of Chippers and
Tuesday night the chippers and
caulkers employed In the navy yard
were very' much astonished when in?
formed of the fact that their per diem
had been reduced from $3.04 to $2.SO.
As a natural consequence the men I
effected wanted to know the cause for]
this step on the part of those In au?
thority in this navy yard; but, up to I
this writing no reason has been ascer- '
talned, though diligent efforts In that j
direction wer* put forth.
Said one of the gentlemen who feels
that tho men of his craft have been
unjustly treated, "I do not believe tt\e
Navy Department at Washington will
countenance any such proceedings on
the part of its representatives .here
when It learns the fact that there is
absolutely no cause or reason for such
"Why," continued he. and he express
eo the sentiments of all the men con?
cerned, "should the men at this yard,'
employed in different capacities, be ex?
pected to give the Government their la?
bor for less money than those employ?
ed in other Government yards?"
Continuing, he remarked, "I can see
no reason why; but upon the other |
hand can see why and bow the Govern?
ment could make a distinction in our]
favor. Yet; it would be just to dis?
criminate in our favor from the reo- I
ognized and admitted fact by the Navy
Department lteelf, that the work done
here Is larger in quantity, better In
quality, and the se.vice generally more
effieiemt. Hut just the reverse occur<s:
the men at the New York yard, who
cannot by any means compete with
us here in any capacity, get fair treat?
ment, while this yard, supposed to be j
the beat the Government owns,
made tho cat's paw. and is at all times
subject to the caprices of officials, who
do nothing but show a little brief au?
The gentleman said that the matter
would be placed before the Department
at once, and the blame placed where
it properly belonged.
WAV Ali INTELLIGENCE.
Assistant Paymaster S. Bryan, de?
tached from the Dolphin and ordered
to be ready for sea duty.
Lieutenant A. Meirtz, detached from
the Sussex and granted three months'
Ensign K. M. Rennett. detached from
the Ampbltrlte and ordered to the Es?
sex nt once.
Passed Assistant Paymaster M. M.
Ramsay, ordered to duty as pay officer
of the Dolphin.
Medical Director J. G. Ayres, ap?
pointed to that rank from December
These officers have been honorably
Ensign J. M. Fllnn, Passed Assistant
Engineer II. S. Pugsley, Ensign J. H.
Potter, Pnssed Assistant Engineer B.
F. Hart, Lieutenant H. D. Thompson,
Eleutenant W. E. Wirt, Lieutenant S.
Jenkins, Assistant Engineer E. S. Cox,
Assistant Engineer C. S. Howe.
KILLED BY SNOW SLIDE.
Justice J?din W. Rutter a day or so
I ago received a letter from Alaska, stat
I Ing that Mr. .Emory E- Warren and
three others had been killed while on
their way to Lendermen by a snow
slide at Cbilcoot Pass coming down on
them on the 3d or 4th of December last.
Mr. Warren came here from St. Paul,
Minn., soon nfter Mr. St. John came
here, and went to work at the Seaboard
Air Eine shops. While there he made
for himself a number of friends who
will ro=xet to learn of his untimely
end. About four months ago ho gave
up his Job and concluded to go to the
Klondike. He carried his family back
to St. Paul and started on his lourney,
where he met with his death. He was
a member of Naval Lodge. A. F. & A
M.. of this city. His wife nnd step son
are in the depths of trouble over the
reported rumor of his death- Every
effort will be made to recover the body
and return it to his family.
HAS JOINED THE NAVY.
Another of Portsmouth's well-known
young men will In a few days leave
the city of his birth for a cruise In the
United States Navy as carpenter's
mate on the U. S. S. Yanktom
?=Ehe-youug gentleman is Mr. Charles
E. Porter, late employe of the Seaboard
Air Line, at the* shops in this city. He,
yesterday, entered the service of the
United States in the capacity referred
to, nnd will sail on the Yankton about
the lfith of the present month, for duty
in Cuban waters.
Mr. Porter lias a host of friends in
this city, who regret to lose his com?
panionship, but they extend to their'
young friend best wishes for his fu?
Coughing injures and Inflames sore]
lungs. One Minute Cough Cure loosens
the cold, allays coughing and heals ]
quickly. The best cough cure for chil?
dren, perfectly harmless.?Burrow,
Martin & Co.
ATLANTIC COMPANY NO. 1.
Last night Atlantic Company No. 1,
U. R. K. of I'., met and elected the j
following officers for the present year:
R. P. Bunting, Jr., enptain; W. L. Dil<>
burg, first lieutenant; H. O. Pearson,
second lieutenant: John L. Nelson, re?
corder; George T- Wright, treasurer.
After the election the company enjoyed
a "spread," around which song and
story filled an appreciated part. This
company is one of the finest in the
State nnd has a record of which its
members may Justly feel proud.
jgN* Kind You Have Always Bought
BOARD OF HEALTH'S REQUEST
By reference to our advertising col?
umn it will be seen that the Board of
Health rennest nil persons who have
not been vaccinated within the past
two vears to do so at once. Three
cases of smallpox have appeared in this
city within the past two days. Tills is
done as a safeguard against the dis
ease in case it should spread. For
further particulars see ad. of Board of
O jB*. & -s? o sa, I -A. .
Bears the ^^lh8 ^ You jjg *!>va>s Bought
6.000 pounds of home-made candy for
sale ut Candy Kitchen, 721 Crawford
New fall ties In all colors and shapes
at 25 and BO cents. C. R. Welton &
(Continued from Tenth Page.)
DETAILS FROM RICHMOND,
LIKELY TO BECOME ONE OF THE
MOST POWERFUL SYSTEMS
(Special to Virglnlan-Pilot.)
I Richmond, Va., Jan. 4.?Without be?
ing able to give all the details of the
deal, I am In a position to confirm the
report that the Seaboard Air Line Is
j to be consolidated with the Georgia
I and Alabama railway, and through the
proposed Richmond, Petersburg and
Carolina railroad establish a through
j line with Pennsylvania from Wash?
ington to Jacksonville, with headquar?
ters in Richmond. I learn to-day that
two Richmond capitalists have $125,000
in the scheme, ami that other moneyed
men of this city are largely Interested.
Mr. John L. Williams, of the firm of
John L. Williams & Sons, bankers, of
this city, who are understood to be the
head of the syndicate, was seen to-day.
but declined to make any statement
for publication. He stated 'that the
details of the deal had not been com?
It. was learned to-day that the pro?
posed line is miles shorter than any
I other between Jacksonville and Wash
j Ington. It is not certain that the Geor.
I gia and Alabama, and Richmond, IV.
I tersburg and Carolina will be consoli?
dated with the Seaboard Air Line. It
is certain, however, that these lines
will be operated In conjunction with
each other, and the new route will be
completed either by building a con?
necting link between the Seaboard and I
Georgia and Alabama, or by the pur?
chase of a short line connecting the
There has been great effort made to
keep the details of this deal secret,
and those Interested do not hesitate to
express regret that tho newspapers
have gotten hold of It.
The whole plan is to establish direct
connection with the Pennsylvania,
whereby Washington can be reached
from Quantico over the Richmond.
Frederlcksburg and Potomac- Connec?
tion will be made at this city witli tho
Richmond, Petersburg nnd Carolina,
now building south of Petersburg. The
Seaboard Air Line will be reached at
Ridgeway, X. C, one hundred miles
south of Richmond. About thirty miles
of this road has been completed. The
Seaboard will mir*:e Southern connec?
tion with the Georgia and Alabama and
thus get into Jacksonville.
Combined with tlie Georgia and Ala?
bama it would be one of the most power?
ful systems In America. It seems ab?
solutely certain that It has been so
combined, or is so nearly so that a slip
It is interesting in connection With
this deal to speculate upon the future
of the great Thomas F. Ryan fight
I against R. Curxon Hoffman, president
of tlie Seaboard. There is now pending
In the Supreme Court of Appeals here
the application of Ryan for a mnnda
mus to compel the secretary and treas?
urer of the Seaboard to allow an In?
spection of their books, it being alleg?
ed that a very large portion of tlie
stock formerly held by the Seaboard
has been sold to the Hnlelgh and Gns
ton railway, and hns not been trans?
ferred on the books of the former com?
The application charged that Hoff?
man and his friends will not allow the
transfer of the stock to be made, as
they have proxies from the old holders
thereof and use these to keer> them?
selves In power.
The legal battle between the South?
ern nnd Seaboard has become one of
the most celebrated in the country. The
papers in the case make n load about
as heavy as a strong man enji carry.
It is probable the application for man?
damus spoken about will not be pass?
ed upon by the Supremo Court for seve?
THE OFFER ACCEPTED.
THE NECESSARY THREE-FOURTH
ASSENT WILE BE SECURED.
*? (Ry Telegraph to Vlrginlan-Pllot.)
Baltimore. Md., Jan. 4.?The Sun to?
morrow will say:
The offer of $200 a share, made by
the syndicate headed by the banking
house of John L. Williams & Sons, of
Richmond, Va., for the pooled stook of
the Sea'jfiard and Roanoke railroad has
been accepted by nil persons living In
Baltimore who have slock In the pool.
Assurances have been received that
out-of-town stockholders who signed
the pooling agreement will also accept,
and the necessary three-fourths assent
under the agreement will, it is under?
stood, be readily secured.
The offer of the syndicate to buy out
the company and with It the control of
the thousand miles of rnilroad In the
Seaboard Air Line system is one of a
number of offers for this property in
the past three years. After Mr. Thos.
F. Ryan, of New York, made his offer
about two years ago to buy the pooled
stock at $125 a share, another syndicate
made an offer.
This second offer was the outcome of
the stubborn contest waged for the
ousting of the Huffman management,
and the proposition came from a syndi?
cate In which Baltimore merchants
were largely Interested. The offer was
partly induced by the feeling held In
some quarters that the control of the
Seaboard Air Line might fall into the
hands of the Southern railway, or Itsj
allies unless secured by strong In-'
fluence not Identified with any existing
The big rate war, which was thecul- j
ruination of the disagreement between
the Southern and th e Seaboard, and
the subsequent litigation coming from
the Ryan syndicate In Its attempt to
break up the pool which held the con?
trol of the system, kept things at a
tension. Criticism was shot at the
management for not accepting the offer
of $125 a share, made by the Ryan
syndicate, and the claim that the prop?
erty was worth more was denied by
somo stockholders signing the agree?
Considerable Interest is manifested in
the plans of tho syndicate, which in?
cludes, in addition to Richmond and
Baltimore capitalists, a number of New
York men. who are represented by the
Produce Exchange Trust Company, of
It is stated that the first move will
he to complete the construction of the
Richmond. Petersburg and Carolina
railroad from Richmond to R-idgeway,
N. C. where it meef.s the Seal>oard Air
Line. Somo time ago property was
purchased In Richmond to ba used as
terminals for this new road. A con
nection with, the Georgia and Alabama
will not, It Is said, be a thing of the
near fixture, although the fact that the
syndicate has a controlling interest !n
that road will induce Bteps to connect
the two properties.
It is regarded as highly Improbable
that such a connection, if made, would
be built from Atlanta to Montgomery,
as these two cities are the western
terminal of the two systems. The most
likely plan would be to build from
some r?oint on the Georgia. Carolina
and Northern to Savannah, so as to se?
cure r. direct route to that ci'.y. The
Seaboard already htjs a direct route to
Atlanta. A plan to establish a new di?
rect line frc-m the National Capital to
Florida, by building into Richmond
and securing connection from there to
Washington, wovtid take the load to?
The Seaboard has been anxious for
sonic years to reach New Orleans, and
a connection into Washington, made by
tilling in the gap from Rldgeway, N.
Cm to Richmond, Vp... would nut the
system In position to make satisfactory
terms for reaching the Crescent City.
There has been considerable talk in
the past of an alliance between the
Louisville and Nashville n:nl the Sea?
board Air Line, and it Is believed th-H
such an agreement would quickly fol?
low If the Seaboard was In a position
to furnish a satisfactory entrance into
There would be but little difficulty
in arranging for through cars to Balti?
more. Philadelphia and New York from
The Norfolk County Union of T. P. S.
C. B. will meet to-night at Main Street
Christian Church. Hew C. Q. Wright
will deliver an address.
The funeral of M'iss Bessie Parker,
Who died Tuesday morning at 3 o'clock,
nt the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mr*. J. H. Parker. Soutlt Norfolk, took
place from the residence yesterday at
3:30 p. m. The interment was In Mhg
Mrs. William Wheeland, of Williams
port. Pa., is the guest of Mrs. Eugene
Colver, (Mi Main street.
Miss Daisy Holland Is sick at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Eley, on Berk?
Matt M. Tunis and Richard B. Tay?
lor, attorneys at law, have opened a
ve ry'T-osy law oltlce In the Todd Block,
on Berkley avenue.
Miss Ella M. Saunders. who lias been
spending several days witli the Misses
Wlnbome, on Chestnut street, left yes?
terday for her home, in Windsor, Va,
?Mr. 11. .T. Bner, the American mer?
chant tailor, will leave in o few days
for New York, where he will reestab?
Mr. Harry Haltzel leaves to-night for
a four weeks' vacation in New York.
There will be another Hebrew mar?
riage In town soon. The contracting
parties are Mr. Harry Crouse and Miss
Attention is called to the notice In
the Portsmouth want column of a lost
The obsequies of Mr. Melnot Herbert,
whose demise occurred at his home on
Liberty street, Berkley. Tuesday morn?
ing, was held from the residence at 2:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon, ln> the
presence of a large assemblage of
friends. The services were conducted
by Rev. T. Clnggett Skinner, of Herk
Icy Avenue Baptist Church, .Tssisted
by Rev. R. M. Chandler, of Chestnut
Street M. E. Church, nnd Rev. W. A.
Slay maker, of Armstrong Memorial
Presbyterian Church. The remains were
laid to rest in Magnolia Cemetery. Fol?
lowing were the pall-bearers: Messrs.
T. E. Rodgers. O. D. Williams. C. S.
Rodgers. L. Tlyslop, Sr., J. R. Walker
and Li. Berkley.
The con tractors for the new Federal
building to be erected on the corner of
Pliimo and Atlantic streets, Norfolk,
are Jusit now engaged In building three
exclusive eihell houses at the United
States magazine on the Southern
Branch of the Elizabeth river.
Kell, r In Nix II Oil r*.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis?
ease relieved in six hours by "New
Great South American Kidney Cure."
It is a great surprise on account of Its
exceeding promptness in relieving pain
in bladder, kidneys and back, in male
or female. Relieves retention of water
almost immediately. If you want
quick relief and cure this is the rem?
edy. Sold by W'alke & Martin, drug?
gists, 10S Water street, Norfolk. Va.
A Washington girl asked General
Wheeler why he wore no medals, and
he replied that he had none. "I am no
bicyclist." added he. "nnd I never made
a century run in my life."
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Miss Florence Caldwell, a daughter
of United States Judge Caldwell, of
Cleveland, was graduated as a civil en?
gineer last June from the Colorado
.State School of Mines, nt Golden, and
now she is about to marry another
civil engineer whom she met in Colo?
La Grippe Is again epidemic. Every
precaution should be taken to avoid It.
Its specific cure is One Minute Cough
Cure. A. J. Shenerd, Publisher Agri?
cultural Journal and Advertiser, Eiden,
Me., says: "No one will be disappoint?
ed in using One Minute Cough Cure
for La Grippe." Pleasant to take, quick
to act.?Burrow, Martin & Co.
Congressman Cannon, of the appro?
priation Committee, says, "I was once
able to keeit in my head a complete
map of this country, so 1 was able to
tell at once the cost of the transpor?
tation of troops, etc., hut now I've or?
dered a big globe to take In the Phil?
ippines, Cuba and Porto Rico."
Mr. S. A. Fackler. Editor of the Mi
canopy (Fla.) Hustler, with his wife
and children, suffered terribly from La
Grippe. One Minute Cough Cure was
the only remedy that helped them, it
acted quickly. Thousands of others use
this remedy as :i specific for La Grippe,
and its exhausting after effects. Never
fails.?Burrow. Martin & Co._
LIVERY AND ItOAKUlNO STABLES.
Norfolk and Portsmouth trade solicited
New Phone No. 1.203.
X TtT GRIMES. RENTAL AGENT,
*) , can be seen at City Drug Store on
Saturday night of each week. delO-lm
A SK~FOR 3. F7~bAVlS\ BEKKLEY
A Gentlemen and Vala Rosa, tho best
6c. Cigars on the market.corner Chestnut
and Pins streets. doll-lm
Men as Nurse*.
There isn't one man in fifty thousand who
is a good nurse. The average man feels as
much ont of place in a sick-toom as a bolt
must in a china-store. His heart may be
ever so full of sympathy, but his feet are
heavy and his ?ngers clumsy.
In most cases when a woman's general
health breaks down the original cause is
! weakness or disease of the distinctly femi?
nine organism. The only permanent cure
lies in the correction of all these disorders.
Husbands should know that Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription is the only medicine
that invariably cures all ailments of this
nature without "local treatment" and
"examinations." It acts directly on the
delicate and important organs concerned.
It makes them well and strong. It allays
inflammation, heals all internal ulceration
and stops debilitating drains. It soothes
and tones the nerves. Found at all medi?
cine stores. An honest druggist won't uige
upon you a substitute.
" I had female trouble for many year*," writes
Mrs. A. I.iugclbach, of Granger, Sweet water Co.,
Wyoming, "and tried many physicians until X
was completely discouraged. Finally I took Dr.
Pierce's I'nvofite Prescription for six months,
aud 1 soon found that I was completely cured, t
luvt been so bad I could hardly walk "across the
floor, but I am now well aud strong, tkauks to
No family should be without Dr. Pierce's
Common Sense Medical Adviser. It used
to cost $1.50: now it is free. Taper-covered
copy, 21 one-cent stamps, to cover mailing
only ; cloth binding ,11 stamps. Over
t.ioo.ooo American homes now contain
copies of this great work. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Blek IIo.irtft.cho and rolloroall the tronblea tnet>
dont to a bilious ataloof the system, auch aa
Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsluess, Distress after
catluit. l'aln In the Side. Ac. Whlta their most
remarkable, aurcosa has been siiowu la curing/
Headache, yot Carter's Little Liver FlUe ars
equally valuable In Conatipalieu. curing and pre),
veutlug thlsaanoylugcouipUlur.while they also
correct ell dlsordrr.' uf thoalotnaeti.stimulate tu?
llrer and regu lato tlio boweU. Etcu U uiey only
Aoho they would be almost priceless to those who
?ufier from tula distressing rotnplaiut; Im? f ort it
uately their gooduess does notend here.and those
trho once try them vrlll find these litUo pills valu?
able In so many ways that they will not be wil?
ling to do wit hout them. Out after all sick hs*4
Ic the baco of ?0 many lives that here la whsra
wo mako our groat boast. Dar pills cure it wb.ll*
othera do not.
Carter's Little Llrer Pills are very small and
very easy to take. One or two pills make* dosi.
They are strictly vegetable and do not grip* OC
purge, hut by their gentle acUon please all who
tisethem. In vials at 25 cents; five for $1. Sold
by druggists everywhere, or sent by malL
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York,
Small Pill Small Um. Small Jrics*
DR. E. C. WEST'S
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT
THE ORIGINAL, ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS;.
Iasoldnnder positiro Written <SusurtuiteeV .
by authorized agents only, to euro Weak Memory, \
Dizziness, Wnkofulness, Fits. Hysteria, Uuiok*
noss, Night Lossen, KtiI Dreams, Lack of Conti,
deuce, Nervousness. Lassitude, all Drains, Youth,
ful Errors, or Excessive Uso of Tobacco, Opium,
or Lujuor. which lends to Misery. Consumption,
Insanity and Death. At store or by mail, $1 a
box; six for f.' ; widi written guarantee to
enre or refund mouey. Hajnplo pack?
age, containing tiro day?r treatment, with full
instructions, 25 cent*. One sample only sold to
I eacii person. At store or by mail.
vL3r"pd Label Special,
'For lmpotenoy, Loss ?
Power, Lost Manhood,
Sterility or flarrennees.V1
kSl a box; six for $5, withftj
i?aftBt10 cnroWdaja, At store'
c&PUrlCor by mail.
WALKF MAUTIN & GRAY, Boya
Agents, corner Water street sod Roanoks
avenue. Norfolk. Vs. uirlO-tb.su
Slgnora Duse appeared in Alexandria,
F.gypt, from the 15tb to the 20th of
this month. Sho will appear at tho
Khedive Theatre, in Cairo, January 2d
to 25th, and at the Grand Theatre, lrt
Athens, January 28th to February 12th?
In April anil May she and E. Zacconl
will produce "Giaconda," by Gabriel
Horrible agony is caused by Piles,
Burns nml Skin Diseases. These ara
Immediately reliaved and quickly cured
by De Witt's HSzel Salve. Beware of
worthless imitations.?Burrow, Martin
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with which Robert Louis Stevenson il?
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