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NEWS AND GOSSIP
Governor Asked to Interfere
in the V. M. I. Case.
REQUEST FOR REINSTATEMENT
Virginia Glass Company to Bnlld n
Branch Factory?Beatdencea Bob?
bnd?General WUeeler Accopta an
Invltatlou to Come to Richmond
Jlrs. Buwdeu Improving?A Prot?
(Special to Virglnlan-Fllot.)
Richmond, Va? Jan. 4.?Governor
Tyler and Adjutant General Nalle are
hearing a great deal of, tho action of
General Scott Shipp, Superintendent ot
tho Virginia Military Institute, yester?
day expelling tho entire graduating
class, with one exception, from the In?
stitution. They are receiving callers,
and letters "^king them to interfere tt>
have the boys reinstated. Neither the
Governor nor the Attorney-General can
I a Kb nny official action. The matter
will bo brought up at the meeting of
the Board of Visitors, probably some
time this month, nnd will be fully in?
Tho Virginia Glass Company, of Al?
exandria, wl'H build a branch factory
here. Tho plant will bo in operation
by September, and will give employ?
ment to two hundred men. The com?
pany manufactures glassware of every
character. The factory here will be the
principal one. It will be operated day
and night, according to Mr. John S.
Bardner, tho general manager of the
company, who I? here to superintend
the construction of the factory build?
ings. The factory will be located near
the Seventeenth street Chesapeake and
It was announced to-day that the J.
Wright I'lug Tobacco Manufacturing
Company, of this City, one ot the
largest In the country, had been sold
to the Continental Company.
RICHMOND IS RICH.
The meeting of the Council last night
wns notable for a statement made by
Mr, Ebel, which shows the city to be
In a better financial condition than In
many years, her resources being ample
for all needs and growing greater un?
der wise nnd conservative legislation.
He suited that the sum In the treasury
over and above all debts to be paid,
Mr. Ebel held that it was more a
matter of habit with the Finance Com?
mittee to ask for $200,000 than any?
Three residences In tho West End
were entered and robbed last night. At
Mr. It. W. Powers' residence. No. 1201
West Franklin street, the thief suc?
ceeded in getting only a cheap watch.
He was seen by occupants of the
house and ran off. This wns a white
man and undoubtedly had one or more
"pals" on the outside. Mr. William C.
Preston'8 residence. No. MS Park ave?
nue, was robbed of a sum of money,
und Mr. W. W. Barrow, n.t No. 1103
Floyd avenue, lost $33 in money. The
police are confident tho same parties
committed all three of the robbe?
GEN. WHEELER'S VISIT.
General Joseph Wheeler has positive?
ly accepted the invitation to coine to
Richmond and take part in the exer?
cises incident to the presentation of
Major Pelham's picture to Lee Caonp.
The date has not been fixed. General
Wheeler personally Informed Major
Thomas A. Brander in Washington
thnt he would come. Already the ar?
rangements for the reception nnd en?
tertainment of the General ore being
discussed. A reception in his honor will
be given, and it is expected a supper
will be tendered him, at which a num?
ber of prominent citizens will be pres?
A PROSPECTIVE WEDDING.
Mf. and Mrs. J. T. Anthony have Is?
sued invitations to the marriage of
their daughter. Miss Marie Anthony,
to Mr. Walter Dudley Jones, the cere?
mony to take place on Wednesdny
evening, January 18th, at 7:30 o'clock,
In the First Presbyterian Church,
Charlotte, N. ('. Mr. Jones holds a re?
sponsible position with L N. Vaughan,
in this city, and is popular with a wide
circle of friends. Miss Anthony is an
accomplished young lady and a favo?
rite in Charlotte society.
Miss Estelle Amelia Hlrsh, the
charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sampson Hlrsh. of 824 West Franklin
street, was married at 7 o'clock this
evening from the residence of her par?
ents, to Dr. William S. Deutsch, a well
known physician of St. Louis, Mo. T'.ie
ceremony wns performed by Rev. Dr.
E. N. Callsch, pastor of Beth Ahaba,
after which Dr. nnd Mrs. Deutsch went
on it. Southern tour.
PRINCIPAL OF WOMAN'S COLLEGE
Miss Mary Carter Anderson, recently
of the "But'termllk" Academy at Ash
cake, Hanover county, has been made
principal of the Woman's College, in
place of Miss Raghy, who was mar?
ried yesterday to Dr. Dickinson. Miss
Andcittnn Is a graduate of the college
. of which she is now principal, nnd Is a
talented and accomplished teacher,
DIED IN TEXAS.
The death Is announced here of the
Rfv. James E. Hammond, at Uvalde,
Texas. Mr. Hammond was a native of
Virginia, and has many relatives in this
State, who mourn his loss. He was at
one time a beloved and most popular
rector in Manchester, having founded
and organized the parish of Meade
Mem?rlal church, and he was its first
BRIDEGROOM-ELECT IN JAIL.
The father of Miss Eflle Gunn, of
Dinwiddie county, who, left hurriedly
for Dinwiddie Courthouse on Tuesday
to procure a license for the marriage
of h.'s daughter to Mr. Joseph Towns
den, who Ks in jail here on the charge
of failing to keep his vows, baa not
returned. Mr. Townsden in the mean?
time languishes in Jail.
MRS. BOWDEN RECOVERING.
Information from Baltimore states
that Mrs. George E. Bowden is get?
ting along nicely. Her attending phy?
sician took the stitches out of her
head Monday, nnd thinks ho will be
able to take I he bandage off the laut
of the week. The fracturo of her right
shoulder blade is improving;, though
THE TRIAL OF BARNES.
The trial of Eugene Barnes for the
alleged larceny of certain funds from
John T. Powers & Co., was set this
morning by Judge S. B. Witt, of the
Hustings Court, for the ISth Instant.
A BIO FIOHT SETTLED.
v The School Board last night, after
twenty-four ballots, elected Mr. Charles
P. Walford, secretary of the School
Board and Supervisor of Schools, to
fill the vacancy caused by the death
of Mr. Charles P. Rady. There were
27 applicants for the place, which yields
a salary of about $1,500 per annum. i
DEATH OF MR. HENRY WRIGHT.
This morning Mr. Henry T. Wright
died at the residence of Mr. A. C. Llg
gon. No 1102% Beverly street, in the
<ls: year of his age.
BOTH WILL DIE.
William Brltton. a 6tono cutter, 3S
years or age, entered a saloon on
Nineteenth street late to-night, at
which he had been drinking nil day,
and, without warning, shot tho bar?
tender, John Rlley, with a shot gun
loaded with No. 3 shot. The load onter
ed his abdomen^just above the navel.
Rlley sprang to his feet, drew a 32
callbre revolver and put five bullets In
Brltton's head and shoulders. Brltton
will certainly die. Rlley has hardly a
chance to recover. Both men arc un?
WILL DISBAND ORGANIZATION.
Tho 170 ladles composing the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Masonic Home of Vir?
ginia. Including Hie best known women
In the Slate, to-day decided to resign,
and will disband the organization.
They say that tills action is tho re?
sult of the board of governors not
showing them proper consideration and
by reducing their authority. Tho organ?
ization bus raised $16,000 for the In?
stitution. Their resignation has created
a profound sensation.
Mr. E. S. Riddick Dies from a Par
t'lneil for an Assault?odd Follows
Feast?Prastrly Transfer? ? Con?
federate. Veterans Celebration ?
(Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.)
Suffolk. Va., Jan. 4?Mr. Edward
Sumner Riddick, a former Suffolk mer?
chant, who was later In business at
Rounoke, Va.. Is dead. The end came
at 11:10 o'clock this morning at the
home of his slater, Mrs. R. H. Morgan,
on Clay street. The deceased hnd been
unconscious for several days. He suf?
fered a stroke of paralysis and his mind
was also affected.
The "funeral will take place at 3:30
o'clock to-morrow afternoon from the
Main Street Methodist Church. The
pastor, Rev. W. T. Green, will conduct
The deceased leaves two sisters?
Mrs. Morgan and Miss Bettle Riddick?
a wife who was Miss Nellie Cutchin,
and one son, Sumner, . about 5 years
old. Mr. Riddlck's first wife was Miss
Lucy Faulcon, from which union there
wus no Issue.
THERE'S NOTHING IN IT.
A falpe rumor has been circulated
about Suffolk regarding the existence
of smallpox. The two persons whose
families rumor connected with the con?
tagion have sent a stutement to this
ofllee denying the report indignantly.
They tire Messrs. R. H. Powell and R.
E. Monell. whose^people are in splendid
health. There Is no smallpox In Suf?
folk, nor has there been for years.
J. McPhail was honest enough to
confess in Police Court this morning, or
else no conviction could have followed.
McPhail was charged with striking a
woman. In a fit of anger she had him
summoned to court and probably re?
lented afterward, for she never ap?
peared against him. Judge Brewer lold
McPhail he couldn't be convicted with?
out a confession. But the defendant
loved truth better than money and ac?
knowledged striking the woman. The
Judge made it HHit-S3.3l)
Mamie Johnson, a dark skinned maid,
hnd to pay $4.30 for Imbibing too much
new year liquor.
ODD FELLOWS' FEAST.
The Odd Fellows last night had a lit?
tle Christmas on their own hook. It
was the regular semi-annual installa?
tion of officers. After that was over
the noble grand did a graceful thing
when he "set up" cake, wine and other
refreshments to the whole lodge. These
were sworn in: A. A. Turner, noble
grand: J. T. Roberts.vice grand: A. P.
Gomer, recording secretary; W. B.
Hawkins, financial secretary; E. (,'.
Brooks and J. M. Swlndel, right and
left supporters to noble grand; J- T.
Parr, right supporter to vice grand.
The other officers were not installed
last night. They were absent.
SPIVEY IN TROUBLE.
A. G. Splvey, of Isle of Wight eoun
county, is alleged to have removed
goods after an officer had levied
on them. That Is what ho was
charged with in a warrant called for
trial to-day near Windsor. It is a
criminal prosecution. The trial jus?
tices were J. II. Holland and Seth Kiev.
Lawyer S. E. Everett, of Suffolk, was
there to defend Splvey and Attorney
W. L. Hyde represented the complain?
ant, Constable J. Johnson. The cnsi
was continued on motion of the plaintiff.
Splvey is accused of removing and dis?
posing of a lot of peanuts and other
goods of the value of $.". after an
officer had made a levy on them.
PROPERTY CONVEX A NCES.
A number of small deeds were re?
ceived in the county clerk's office to?
John B. Pinner et ux to Romus Coop?
er, one lot on the eastern suburbs, $100.
S. J. Wlnborno et us to Willfam N.
Stokes, a lc< on Kllby street extended
A. S. Eley, substituted trustee, for
R. H. Rawles, special commissioner, to
Sarah Williams, a lot hi West Jericho,
Benjamin Dumville ot ux to Sarah
Dumvllle. ono lot on Western avenue,
$5 and other considerations.
Edward R. Rogers et ux to Thomas
M. Benton 37 1-2 acres In Nansemond
county, on the Whlto Murah road, $370.
IN HONOR OF LEE.
The old vets are fixing an appropriate
celebration of General Robert E. Lee's
birthday, January 10. At a meeting of
the Tom Smith Camp, last night, the
matter was discussed, and the follow?
ing committee was appointed to look
after arrangements: H. E. Smith, R.
R. Allen, J. C. Causey, Sr. The com
nitttee waited on States's Attorney E.
10. Holland and requested a repetition
ofk his address made two years ago.
Mr. Holland answered in the affirma?
tive late this afternoon. The address
referred to was a masterful effort, pre
uuant with oratory and word paint?
FOUND A HAG OF MONEY.
Jack Gardner found a bag of money
to-day. He also located the owner. Jack
picked up a package ou Main street,
near Second, and found it contained
coin and bank checks. It belonged to
Mr. Eugene Hurley, to whom It was re?
LEFT PROPERTY AND INSURA-NCE
The funeral of the late John M. Gay.
of Windsor, took place this afternoon
at Antloch Christian Church, Dr. W.
W. Staley, of Suffolk, preached It. A
big crowd attended. The deceased's
life was insured for $1,500. in favor of
a son, John L. Gay, of Suffolk?$2,000
in the Pennsylvania Mutual, $2,000 in
the Northwestern and $500 in the Wash?
A FEW PERSONAL DOINGS.
John R. Kilby left to-day to resume
hia studies at Randolph-Macon Col?
Miss Elsie Urquhart has left for Rad
ford, Vau, where she teaches school.
Luclan D. Pr?den, of Isle of Wight
county, htis taken a position In Joseph
P. Hull's drug store.
Concluding a short stay with the
family of former Mayor John R. Pin?
ner, Miss Rosa Temple left this after?
noon for her home in Petersburg.
Mr. J. C. Nelins. w ho spent the holi?
days with his family in SuiTolk, has
gone back to business in KinsUm, N. C.
Ending a pleasant visit in "Suffolk
with her college mate. Miss Hattie Par?
ker, Miss Lizzie Warner Courtney has
returned to her home in Lynchburg.
Mr. W. P. Mitchell got back this
morning from a stay in Gates county,
Miss Jennie Holland left to-day for
Elon College, accompanied by her vls
itor.MIss I'o.ttlo Long. Miss Julia Long
started for her home at Graham, N. C.
Robert W. Withers has gone back to
his law studios art. Washington and Lcc
Miss Luclle Kilby, who visited Judge
W. J. Kilby's family, went to her Roa
noke home to-day.
Misss Georgie llowell is visiting
friends in Petersburg.
Miss Ruth It rooks has gone to Balti?
more to re-enter school. _
Some of the public school students
had holiday to-day. The principal, W.
C. Morton, and Miss Daisy Nurney, one
Of the teachers, were sligtly ill.
Mr. Stuart Baker took out a pack of
hounds to-day ami caught a b?g fox.
Misa Llzzio Baker returned to-day
from a visit to Norfolk. Mrs. II. S.
Herman accompanied her.
Miss Lola and Rena Rlddlck left this
morning to attend school at Burkville,
Willie McAnge left to-day to resume
his studies at Blacksburg, Va,
Miss Linda Cook, of crty Point. Va,,
is being enterUained by her cousin, Mrs.
John W. Eley, on Bank street.
Mrs. W. A. Carpenter left to-day for
Ablngdon, Va., to attend the bedside
of a nephew, who is ill.
Mrs. W. G. Elam has r^tur.-ied from
a visit to her rather, Mr. William T.
Holland, in the county.
Mr. William N. Camp, of Albion,Fla,,
was in Suffolk, his old home, to-day.
The Injunction Against Street
Appeal ?o Ilka Supremo Court Xoled?
To Vote on Street Improvement
Komis luo Iturge* Levied I'pon
Newport News, Va., Jan. 4.?The in- |
junction against the Newport News
and Old Point Railway and Electric
Company was dismissed by Judge Bar
ham, of the Corporation Court, but will
remain in effect pending action by the
Court of Appeals, to which the plaint?
iff will apply for a supersedeaa.
It was brief and to the point. A
number of the authorities submitted by
both aides were reviewed, and the I
Judge announced that in his opinion
the plaintiff had no right of amend?
ment, and he did not consider it nec?
essary that he should even x>uss upon
the question as to who should bring
the suit. The Commonwealth's Attor?
ney asked him if he would not pass
upon this point, however, but the Judge'
said it was not necessary, and he did.
not care to pass upon it. lie would] say*
though, that he hail grave doubts as
to whether the Mayor was the proper
party to bring the suit for the city. He
diil not pass definitely upon this
Mr. Newton then expressed Iiis in?
tention to note an appeal, which matter
was discussed to some extent, both ns
to the amount of the bond, and the ef?
fect an appeal would have upon the
status of the injunction. Mr. Brnxton
said that his clients wanted a bond of
$20,000, and stated his reasons briefly,
referring to the loss the company was
under by reason of the delay caused
by the proceedings.
There will be an election held this
month for the purpose of determining
whether or not bonds shall be issued to
the amount of $90,000 for municipal im?
provements. There is no doubt on this
point nnd the registered voters and
freeholders will be asked to record
their votes either for or against this
issue, which Is of vital importance to
every citizen at this time.
The Common Council will meet In
special session to-morrow night for the
purpose of passing nn ordinance order?
ing tho election and a canvass of the
Council resulted in favor of the pro?
posed bond issue. There is no doubt
then about the passage of the ordi?
TWO BARGES RELEASED.
There are no new developments local?
ly M the proceedings against the At?
lantic Transportation Company, except
the release of two of the company's
barges, the Samuel L. Watson and the
City Sergeant Milstead released these
vessels this morning at the Instance of
tho plaintiff, It being considered that
the Knickerbocker Steam Towboat
Company was sufllciently secured with?
Cornelius Elder, the father of George
Elder, the negro convicted sometime
ago of highway robbery, and sentenced
to one year in tho penitentiary, is here
from Brunswick county endeavoring to
get the proceedings against the man
nollied. George has been In jail about
six months pending further proceed?
ings In his case.
Corporal T. T. Nunnally, of the
Fourth Virginia Regiment, who has
been noting ns police sergeant, has been
reduced to ranks and Sergeant James
J. Ward, of Company C. of Newport
News, Captain Maryc commanding, has
been appointed police sergeant In his
Jlr. J. C. Cartwrlght. a painter living
in North End, was painfully Injured at
his home last night by accidentlly fall?
ing from a first story window. Irt
which he was sitting at the time. He
received a scalp wound which gives
him considerable trouble.
Mr. Helle M. Eddins and Miss Susie
Virginia Dobbins were married yester?
day at the parsonage of the Second
Baptist Church, in East End, by Rev.
Thomas J. MacKay, the pastor. A
small number of Invited guests wit?
nessed tho ceremony.
OKIIKK Of HI VI IV*. 11,.
MUTINOUS CADETS OP VIRGINIA
The full text of the order dismissing 1
all but one of the graduating class is
Headquarters Virginia Military Insti?
Virginia, January 3, 1S9S.
Special Orders No. 1:
The active commandant of cadets ban
forwarded to the superintendent
charges against cadets?
From Virginia: O. H. Alexander, J.
B. Ayres, A. A. H?ge, P. Jones, J. C.
Kent. L. K. Leake, J. J. Marshall. V.
E. McBee, S. H. Me em. R. W. Miller.
H. O. Morrison. I?. Oley, K. Payne, J.
M. Peters. L. U Powell, N. D. Sott,
H. L. Shaner, D. B. Shaver, S. C. T il
l>ot, D. T. Williams, W. Wood. J. W.
Yatcs. N. T. Y'oung and W. L. Zimmer,
From Ohio: H. J. Kramer and M. E.
From Texas: P. D. Griffin and A. C.
From District of Columbia: S. F.
From Colorado: H. S. Ervey.
From Pennsylvania: P. D. Ewing.
From California: W. M. Gwynn.
From South America: A. Moreno.
From New York: G. W. Pohl.
From Kentucky: F. A. Sullivan,
?for violation of pargraphs 157 and
158 of the regulations on the night of
December 31. lS'JS.
The facts, which fully and clearly es?
tablish the charges, are admitted, with?
out qualification by the cadets charged.
Tho regulations prescribe and definite
fix the penalty. The gravamen of the
offense Is not in the acts perpetrated,
but In the mutinous combination upon
the part of the cadets implicated to
disregard, defy and trample upon au?
thority and discipline, and this In the
face of admonition, warning and appeal
upon the part of the Board of Visitors
and the officers Immediately respon?
sible for maintenance of discipline.
The past record of the accused, with
few exceptions, has been good, but this
cannot condone conduct subversive of
the essential basis of discipline, obedi?
ence, subordination and respect for
regulations and authority. The conduct
charged was not tho result of hasty
impulse, but was willfully and deliber?
ately premeditated and carried out In
entire disregard of admonition and ad?
vice given after t'he combination wns
entered Into, and before Its purposes
were executed, when \herc was full
time and opportunity to recede from a
recklessly false position. Bui in spite
of every warning nnd Influence that
kindly regard for the cadets them?
selves could suggest, there was un?
yielding persistence. It only remains
to the superintendent to perform the
most painful duty of his official life,
to execute the decree of the ' regula?
tions," in accordance with which decree
tho cadets herein named are dismissed
and their connection with the Virginia
Military Institute terminate with this
By command of Brigadier General
(Signed) ' H. E. HYATT,
Captain and Adjutant, V. M. I.
THE EXPELLED CADETS.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Lexington, Va., Jan. i?The Virginia
Military Institute episode, the dismis?
sal yesterday of the that class of cadets,
remains unchanged. A few of the ex?
pelled cadets have left tor their homes.
Others will remain here until after I lie
special meeting of the Board of Visi?
tors, which bus been called to meet at
the Institute on January 12th. A num?
ber of the dismissed cadets will apply
for reinstatement. Opinion is divided
as to what the board will do, us the
offence was In direct disobedience to
an order adopted by them. The com?
panies are now officered by non-com?
missioned officers of the second class.
I First Captain George A. Derbyshire, of
' Rleimi'Midi in tho only member of the
class of 1S99.
[New York Marine Journal.1
The Washington Monument appears
to the ordinary observer to be about
as immovable and dead a tiling ns there
is within the District of Columbia's
limits, but Col. T. F. Bingham, the
Superintendent of Buildings and
Grounds, who is responsible for the con?
dition nnd behavior of the monument,
the White House and many other build?
ings in the city, finds tho monument
to be a somewhat lively, not to say
vivacious and frisky thing. While it
does not live, the scientific gentlemen
who observe Its habits say that it
"breathes." Although It does not In?
dulge in wild jigs of joy, it may be
said, scientifically speaking, to dunce.
Colonel Bingham, in his report, gives
nn account of the method and appara?
tus by which It Is ascertained that the
monument has been restless, that It has
shifted Its position from time to time,
sometimes nearly an Inch to the cast,
then about as far to the south, and then
again whichever way the weather
pleased- The readings were made at
the centre of gravity, and It. Is stated
that the variations at the top of the
monument were greater, the top moving
three times as far, as the centre of
gravity. The superintendent does not
fully understand why it is that the
inner iron frames of the monument are
buckling and promising to cause some
annoyunoc, although he assures visitors
that they should not for a moment he
concerned about the snfety of the
structure. One theory of the variations
of position Is the vibrations of the
earth, and the acceptance of this
theory may account also for the twist?
ing and buckling of tho Iron frames.
Grippe and influenza invariably leavo
the System with a bad cough. For
such Dr. John W. Bull's Cough Syrup
is highly recommended. This won?
derful remedy gives relief at once,
conquers the worst cough overnight
nnd soon effects n thorough cure.
Cures Grippe and Influenza.
Da'cs are small nnd pleasant to take. Doctors
recommend iU Price, sjcts. At all druggists.
All the Year Round
THE NEWEST STYLES,
THE FINEST GOODS,
THE LOWEST PRICES,
THE EASIEST TERMS.
Furniture, Carpels, Druggets,
Rugs, Portiers, Curtains &c.
A new and elegant line of
White Enameled Bedsteads and Cribs.
Cook Stoves, Ranges and Heaters,
Baby Carriages, Fur Robes.
SEE OUR STOCK. CASH BOUGHT IT.
LOW PRICES WILL SFJ.K IT._
Our Slock of goods is complete. Thoroughly reliable
and prices always reasonable. A CALL SOLICITED.
PIONEER INSTALLMENT HOUSE,.
3I9 and 321 Church Street.
Great Dissolution Sale!
Never within the recollection of the oldest citizen has a sale
taken place, that can in any way compare with this one.
COMMENCING JANUARY 1, 1899,
We will ofTer the best of goods in all departments at unheard of prices.
Those attending this "GREAT SALE," will at once be able to
see for themselves, that the "pruning knife" has been applied to this
stock in a manner without precedent. Come early and don't miss this
"great host" of bargains, which will probably never be equ&led again.
Black, Colored and Fancy Dress Goods,
Silks, Laces and Velvets,
Table Linens, Napkins, Towels and Quilts.
Ready Made Skirts, Linings, White Goods,
Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets and Ribbons,
and in fact all of our fine stock must go, and go fast.
The early bird catches the worm, and we trust that a word to
the wise will be sufficient.
This sale will continue until FEBRUARY 1,1899, at which time
MR. S. DOZIER will retire from the firm.
All parties indebted to us will please call and settle their ac?
wmtenurst & Duzier.
I LEGAL SHOES, $3.50. 3
% Special Reductions?Men's Wear. =?
g~- Men's Smoking' Jackets and 11 alb. Robes 'will be eloped out at sharp ?^
a*- reductions ihl? week. We be?evo tint the best stock of Men's tin- ??:
Jfc: derwear. Shirt*, Hosiery, Neckwear, Oloves, Men's Furnishings gen- ~Tt
erallv which the city showi Is here. A saving in prices also. -?*
Legal BIiops fit a Man's feet and the price fits bis purse. The way
they sell \n wonderful; n new stock comes in, Its gone in a week and,
another has to be ordered. No wonder they go: the men are making a
SliOL- at $3.50 which Is the equal of any sold In Norfolk at $5. Have as much
)r more style, have as much worth; all leathers, all colors, several styles.
I So IIIM^H ?S& SON, i
332 Main Street
H [VIE! [NTS HATS?Soft and Stiff.
To Rock a Cradle or Run an Ore Crusher
VIRGINIA ELECTRIC CO,
ICE CRL-AM PARLOR
Wo can furnish you with a better and
eheapor cream than it Is possible to get
elsewhere. Come and ?ainple our cream
and gut prices and bo convinced.
CHCUCII STREET, OPPOSITE HOLT.
BOTH PHONES, 603.
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? Passengers Booked $
To or from all Parts of Europe. ^
HENRY BRANDT & SON, ?
Foreign and American Railroad ^
and Steamship Agent* ? $
Representing Whlta Star , Allan. ? .
American, Anchor Cunard. Nord- A
deutscher Lloyd, New York. Baltl- v
?mor'., Mediterranean, Bed ?tar,
Hamburg American Packet Co.
T Unas, Compaitnlo Generale Trana- A
9 atlanltquo and all other lilua. v
$ 339 TVmiN STRBBT,