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BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Mr. Charles Friedlander has just re
turned after an absence of four weeks,
spent in the West Indies.
The Frances Barn s Vs will hold one
of their charming receptions to-night
at 137 Windsor avenue, Brambleton
Mr. F. R. Schuman, C. E.. of London,
England, 1? at the Atlantic.
M>>3 M. M. Luce, of Cloochland Court?
house, was a ?uest yesterday ot the
Mr. J. S. Newell and wife, of Em?
poria, were hero awhile yesterday.
Mr. It. Newgass, president of the At
lantlc and Danville Railroad company,
arrive i In Norfolk yesterday from Lon?
Mr. O. II. Newberry, of Wllllamston,
N. <'.. Is In the city on business.
Mr. J. II. Rogers, of Brandon, was
In Norfolk yesterday.
Mr. P. St. George Ambler, of Lynch
burg, is nt the Atlantic Hotel.
Rev. Gilbert Dobbs, of Franklin, Va..
Is in the city.
Mr. R. 11. Rawlcs, of Suffolk, was in
Mr. .). K. R. Carpenter and wife have
returned from the North, and will re?
side at the Monti, olio Hotel.
The William Martin mentioned in the
Police Court news In yesterday's pa?
per. M not Mr. William Martin, of the
Fin- Department, who resides at No.
137 South Kelly avenue.
Rev. E. E. Dudley, of this city, will
speak on "Missions" nt Burrows .Memo?
rial Baptist Church at Lambert's Point
this evening ;it 8 o'clock.
Ilr. George Pllehcr left for Washing
ten lesl night.
The r: vat ir boys and other employes
of the fitIgens' Hank building have
donned their new uniforms.
Mayor Walke, of the United State;
Engineer Cups. v.ho ins been sick at
fit. Vine nt's II spltal Blnce his return
from Cuba, has n ? ive;
A number of Methodist pror ihers r.r
rived hero last night to attend the Con
ference to he held to-day at Epworth
Church, in the Interest of the Twen?
tieth Century Educational Movement."
The committee on the Eight-Hour
Law left for Washington last night.
Rev. nr. Paul whit, lie oi. Presiding
Khh r of the Lynchburg District. Is in
the city attending the conference in the
Interest of the Twentieth Century Ed?
ucational Fund. He is stopping with
Iiis nephew, Mr. John White-head, at
No. 410 Park street.
Tlr t --rd p prd of Improvement will
hohl Ls monthly meeting to-night.
The members and friends of the Ep?
worth League of McKcndree M. 10.
church are looking forward with pleas?
urable anticipation to the entertain?
ment to-morrow night. Rev. W. H.
Edwards, of C - nary Church, is to
make the nddl'i is.
A very pleasant reception was 1 "i
Tuesday afternoon from a to S o'i lock
In honor of the sixth nnnlvorsnry of
Etil?) ?'?lay Jonnkln, at the residence of
her grandmother. No. si'.'. Tunstall ave?
nue. A larjj.mpnny of her young
compnnlons were present to enjoy the
The Brambleton Democratic Club will
hold its r Btilnr meeting tit the club
room, on W< st Brambleton, avenue, at
s o'clock to-night.
The Earn Wl Workers of Spurgeon
Memorial Baptist Church arc arranging
for !i basket party to come off next
The congregation of Spurgeon Mi mo
rlal Ha;.11st Church will bee in the
erection of their new edifice nbout the
1st of April.
ATLANTIC CITY SARD.
The Local Board of Improvement of
tili? ward will meet in regular month-'
ly session Monday night at s o'clock.
It l.s said that matters of much Im?
portance Will claim the attention of the
It Is expected that the Improvements
on Jerusalem Baptist church (colored i
?will he finished in time to re-dedicate
the building early in March, when it
Is proposed to h ive a grand rally with
three services on the Sunday in which
the first exercises are to be held.
Mr. (i. It. Hudgins will erect a two
story frame dwelling on Spring street,
between North street and Central ave?
The Atlantic City W. C. T. II. will
hold its regular meeting with Mrs. Lee,
on Colley avenue, at .". o'clock this af?
ternoon. Members arc urged to be
present, as business of Importance will
A large congregation attended the
services at Central Avenue Baptist
Church last night.
'i i Mi.v i.E-a itsis i it?>.**a.
A QUIET, BITT PRETTT, EVENING
MAI HU ACE.
LeKlcs Memorial Methodist parson?
age, Central avenue. Atlantic City
"Ward, was the scene of a quiet, but
beautiful nuptial event nt 0:15 o'clock
last night, when Miss Pat tie Cooper
Armstrong, the attractive and popular
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Arm?
strong, of this city, became the bride of
Mr. Charles H. Tinsdnle, a popular
young citizen and ticket agent of tho
Norfolk, Virginia Beach and Southern
The bride was prettily and tastefully
attired In a pearl-grey costume, trim?
med In heliotrope taffeta, and appique
lace, with hat and gloves to correspond,
and curried pink carnations and smi
lax. while the groom wore conventional
Miss- Maggie Mae Hudgins filled the
role of maid of h nor. She appeared in
white organdie, trimmed in white satin,
and wore a hat and gloves to match,
and carried Bridesmaid roses.
The best man was Mr. D. A. Wins
low, who wore a costume similar to
that of the groom.
The ceremony was most Impressively
performed by the Rev. W. T. Williams,
In accordance with tho rites of the
Methodist Church, In the presence of
relatives and close friends of the con?
After receiving many congratulations
Mr. and Mrs. Tlnsdale left for their
home, No. S15 South Park avenue,
DEATHS AMD rUNEHALS
MRS. 13. M. SPAINB.
After months of K:eat Buffering',
which she bore with Christian fortitude
and resignation, Mrs. K. M. Spalne, re?
itet of the late Mr. Abrain Spalne,
passed away from the scenes of earthly
care and toll at the home of her son,
Mr. It. L. Spaine. at the Norfolk and
Western railroad shops, near Lake
avenue, at 11:30 o'clock yesterday
morning, in the 09th year of her age.
The immediale cause of her demise was
She was a loving and indulgent mo?
ther, and struggled hard after tho
death of her husband to rear her chil?
dren property, four being left her in
their young and tender years, three
sons ami one daughter. She was ever
careful for their best Interests, and la?
bored Incessantly lo bring them to a
position in life in which they would be
esteemed and re.-1.ted. tier surviving
children are Messrs, W. I".. Robert L.
and Thomas \\\. ami Miss Lottie K.
spalne, who have the sympathy of
their many friends in their sad be?
reavement. The funeral will be held
from the residence at o o'clock this af
M RS. SARAH L. BONNET.
Mrs. Sarah L. Ronn >'. widow of the
Into Mr. Henry it limey, departed this
life at the home of her son, Mr. .1. T
Bonney, No. ^r.o Bank street, at 8
o'clock Tuesday night, at the ad?
vanced age of S.' years. The obsequies
will be held from the residence at 3
o'clock this afternoon.
JOHN A. BIGGS.
Mr. John A. Biggs died suddenly at
Ids. home. No. 116 High street, at 4:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon <m ni
ness of only two days, In tho 45th year
i f his nge. The deceased was a harness
maker by ttvJ? and lo:t*.;s a ,-.i.l../ and
ft a ebii.it c?,
nil. LOUIS BO BEB.
Mr. Louis Hol ce ?Ii. d at his home, No.
IMS Wood street, this morning at 12::'.0
o'clock, nftcr a protracted illness.
.Mr. Bobee had been declining in
health for several months, and had
b < n confined to bis bed about two
months. His death was caused by a
complication of lung ami stomach trou?
bles, froin which h>- Buffered greatly.
Mr. Bol. was about 65 years of age.
ami Is survived by a. wife and one
When a young man Mr. Bobee mar
rlcd Miss Anna. Shi- Ids. n sister of Mrs.
K' vlll, wile of tiie late Captain Thomas
Kcvlll, and is an aunt of Mrs. Clen
nan, wife of colonel M. Glennan, of
When taken sick Mr. Bobee held the
position of Government Inspector of Im?
provements iu Norfolk harbor.
Mr. Bobee was a native of Norfolk,
having resided here all Iiis lire. He
enjoyed an OXtCltSlve .leu ua lilt mice and
was respected by all who knew him.
Notice of tlie funeral will be c'ven
"HEARTSEASE" TO -NICHT.
Mr. Henry M?ller is to be at the
Academy ol Music this evening, and
pret ? nt lila romantic play "Heartsease."
As both .star ami play are new here,
ami it will doubtless be asked by many
of our theatre-goers, "Who is Henry
Miller?" it will save much explanation
lipon the part of those who have wit?
nessed tils performances in New York
to read the following from tlu- Louis?
ville Courier-Journal, of November -?' h,
for previous to that date Louisville
knew as little of him as does our city
When Henry Miller changed from
eighteenth century silks of "Hearts
case" to present-day clothing after the
performance last night, he probably
wondered that he hr.B passed by a city
like Louisville lor so many years. The
surest way to obscurity among the fifty
mid millions of people outside of New
Ycrk I;; lor !L player 16 attain Hie posi
tion of leading man or woman in one
of the country's chief stock companies,
and to limit his or he*r efforts to Broad?
way and the few large cities visited at
intervals by these organizations.
"Who is Henry Miller?" is a fjues
lion that lias been frequently naked
during th,- past week. Some were re?
minded that tiny had seen "Shenan
d ah" and "Sowing the Wind." and
this and that in New York in such or
Such a year. They answered always
"Yes." "A delightful production. Hut I
have forgotten the names of the act?
ors. Was Henry Miller in the cast""
Alas, for Broadway reputation! That
was the vague idea of one of, the coun?
try's foremost players held by a com?
munity thai as a rule Is well informed
of affairs theatrical. Hereafter Henry
Miller will play to crowded bouses in
the city that the chances of his career
have caused him to slight so long.
"SOWING THr. WIND."
Those who witnessed the performance
of "Sowing tin- wind" when presented
in this city last season will no doubt
avail themselves of seeing- it again a:
the Academy Friday matinee ami night,
and those who did not Bee It before,
have a treat In store for them.
PRIMROSE ftDOCKSTADER'S MIN?
There will be no lack of comedims in
Primrose & Dockstador's Big Ameri?
can Minstrels, as there are six of the
merry jesters besides the two whose
names preface the title given this stu?
pendous organization. This great com?
pany of burnt-cork exponents will pay
ns a visit at ihe Academy of Music on
Tuesday evening, February 2Sth.
The following Is the program for
"Ladles' Night*! at the Y. M. C. A.
next Monday ni^ht nt S:20 o'clock:
1. March and hell drill .By Class
1'. High kit-king. By Class
::. Bag punching .Mr. N. Jacobs
4. Piano solo .. Miss Lydia Ma comb,
of the Norfolk College for Young
".. Wand drill .By Class
i, Yoi al eOIo .. Miss Eunice Mtnton,
of the Norfolk College for Young
T. Diving Mid mat work.By Class
5. Vocal s do .. ..Mr. William Richards
9. Pyramids ....By Class
10. Fancy bicycle riding.
.Mr. W. II. Ward
l'rmcr l'oi- Sflionl? niitl ? oll,-|je?
The Presbyterians of Norfolk will ob?
serve the day of prayer for schools and
colleges by a union prayer meeting at
the Second Presbyterian Church this
arternoon at 5 .o'clock. Addresses will
be made by Rev. R. li. Eggleston aim
Rev. C, I>. Qllkeaon! The General As?
sembly of the Southern Presbyterian
Church has appointed to-day as a time
of special prayer for educational Insti?
.??Ir. < hurrh Lcwln t?<?t.
An altercation took place this morn?
ing about 3 o'clock In thn suburbs be?
tween . and Mr.
W. C'harch Lewis, In which Mr. Lewis
was dangerously wounded, being shot
twice, once through the shoulder and
the other through the leg. He was tak?
en to St. Vincent's Hospital and at?
tended by Dr. Baxter and the hospital
Tlie particulars could not be, learn?
ed, as this information was received as
the Vlrglnlan-Pilot was going to press.
I'eli Pi oiii ii Pole.
Mr. Harry Brown, night trimmer for
the Virginia Electric Light Company.
. while fixing the arc light at the corner
I of Freemason and Dunmore streets
1 this morning ah >ut 2 o'clock, was quite
j severely shocked, and losing his pur
| chase on the pole he fell to the ground.
, He- was quite painfully bruised, hut not
seriously hurt. He was sent to his
home in Brambleton in the patrol
IL.a ill Hcciinc I III* Kveiitnc
The Hoard of Directors of the Tide?
water Carnival As. ? union will have a
meeting this evening at 6:30 o'clock in
tho rooms of the Business Men's Asso?
ciation, where several important mat
tors pertaining to the Marchlauza
, will be considered.
Itc~l?irrr,l m Hie Itoiirti ?I I'r.nlr.
The following strangers registered
at the Hoard of Trade yesterday: W.
H. Stevens, Nllcs. Mich.; II. J. Cromley,
Philadelphia, Pa.; J. J. Stanford. Amcr
a us. Ca.: .1. H. c. Wilson. Washington,
l). <'.; w. w. Chase, Baltimore; Major
Wm. Sherwood, Guatumnla.
Beara tha ' "9 Kr!j Yr,'J "ave *IW|S BOtlfillt
\ \\?* I'anflafil to Til* Rftl.
(Ry Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-PtlOt.l
Washington, Feb. 22.?Sen'ator Jones,
of Arkansas. Is confined to his bed with
an attack of pseude angina pectoris, an
affection of the lungs. Ills condition Is
not considered serious.
DEWEY AN0 SCHLEY,
CONGRESS ASHED TO SUITABLY
REWARD THE HEROES.
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
Washington, Feb. 22.?Mr. Lentz, of
Ohio, introduced in the House to-day n
bill reviving the rank of Admiral ami
Vice Admiral, and naming Hear Admi?
ral Dcwey and Rear Admiral Schley as
the persons to till the respective posi?
tions. Mr. Lcntz'a bill is as follows:
"That to provide prompt and ade?
quate reward to Rear Admiral George
Dewey and Hear Admiral Wltlfleld
Scott Schley, the grades and ranks of
Admiral nnd Vice Admiral in the
L* 111 ted Slates Navy be, and the same
are hereby revived, with the same <lu
I ties, ami pay, and privileges appurte?
nant thereto that were by law given to
tl><> former appointees of said ranks, the
grades to exist, respectively, only dur?
ing the lifetime or said officers: but
should George Dewey die or retire be?
fore -aid Wlnflcld Scott Schley. then
said Winfleld Scott Sehl. y shall bo ad?
vanced to the rank of Admiral."
THE DREYFUS AFFAIR.
COt*RT WILL BE ASKED TO AX
(ByTelegrnph to Virginian-Pilot.)
rarls, Feb. 22.?The Soir announces
that M. Manau, the procurateur gene?
ral, will submit his report In the Drey?
fus affair next week. The report will
ask tho Court of Cassation, it is said,1
to annul the conviction, without or?
dering a re-tall._
-i 1 iii.s be correct. IT shows that tiv
evidence before the court not only
proves Dreyfus innocent, but that the
crime for which he was punished never
existed, as the French law allows the
Court of Cassation to quash a sentence
without re-trial only when there Is
proof that the offence alleged was ne?
The output of lead nnd zinc in Mis?
souri in ls'JS was valued at JT.oou.oOo.
and was greater by $2.000,000 than in
any previous year.
FOUR BOXES DID IT
IteiunrUable Niicces* of n New Pile
pepie who have suffered for months or
years from the p un and Inconvenience ol
that ommon disorder, piles, will look
with skepticism upon the claims of the
makers of the new discovery for a euro
of all forms of piles, known under 111
name of Pyramid Pile Cure: nevertheless
the extraordinary cures performed by
this remedy are- such as to warrant the
Investlgatl in <?( any sufferer. As a case
in point the following le-tter speaks for
Mr. Henry Thomas of sub-station No.
Hosack Ave., Columbus, Ohio, writes as
Gentlemen?I want you to use my name
if it will be of any use to you, I "was
bad With plies that 1 lost work on that
account. Nothing helped me. 1 lead In
Cincinnati of the many cures of piles b>
the Pyramid Pile cure and I went to a
drug sto:,. ind asked for it. The druy
cb rk told mo that lib had something else
that he thought was better, but I told
him that 1 wanted to try tho Pyram i
The Hrst box helped me so much thru
I tried another, and then to complete the
cure used two more boxes, making foni
In all. I am now completely cured. Have
not a trace Of p b s and I had suffered f ir
four years with the worst kind of pro?
1 suffered death from plies, but I have
found tl.e Pyramid Pile Cure to bo Just
as represented. I have recommended n
to several of my friends and am thankful
to be able to write you what good the
rem< dy has done me."
Physicians recommend the Pyramid
Pile Cure because it contains no opium,
cocaine or mineral poison of any kind,
and because it Is so safe and pleasant to
uj?e, being pathless and applied at night. |
The patient Is cured in a surprisingly
short time and with no inconenletue
The Pcramld Pile Cure Is sold by drug?
gists at 60 cents per package and If thin
Is any constipation .1 Is well to use thl
Pyramid Pills at the samt? time with I hi
Pile, <"ure as constipation is very often
j the cause of piles and the pills effectual^
remove the costive condlt'on. Price or
1 Pills l.i 25 cents per package.
I Write to Pyramid Drug Co.. Marshall,
Mich., for little book on cause and cure
I of piles; sent by m?H free. fe21.23,25
Jiuit.t, .s/.in Uruftltim?, Vleert, Vlmple?,
J'i-vrr Sores, I'.rtemn, Servfula,C<tl?eert,
CORED BY 8.B.O., BOTANIC BLOOD BALM.
Tw prot4 Pie KcnJtrtuX nenlm-t /vtrrr ?V 0.0.0.,
tttry $vffertr may reetitt a SAilPLE BOTTLE
0/ 0.0.0. FREE BT MAIL.
It.lt.lt., ItotantO lllood Halm, linn n
RMMnr) over nil Wood Disease* which
no ol her remedy even approaches. It.lt.lt.
literally drives the poiaoit, or imd blood,
out of the body, bone*. Mud entire system,
leaving tho iirsh mire mid free* from
blemishes. Wlillo lt.ll.lt. la n powerful
blooil remedy. It can !>?' Inketi will, per
feel hafetv liy obi mill ywMllg. It.lt.lt.
leaven no bail after encclH, an<l the cure*
Tumors, lUcvrs, er Cancer of the Nose, Eye, Up,
Kar, Seele, Ureast, Stomach, Lest,or Anns, are nil
enrnbta by It lull, whlefa is nude e*|H . tally locate
nil terrible lllood Pisows. Ptoatstenl Sores, blood
aii'l skia Uleinlsbes, that mist outer treatments,
nie quickly cared ny li.ll.lt. Skin Eruptions, lira.
Idea, tied, Itching Eczema, Scales, Misters, Itcd or
llrown Patches, blotches, etc., are, all aus to bad
blood, and henca easily cared by ll.ll.lt. syphlUtla
lllood I'olton literally driven from the rysteni by
lt.tt.li. in one to nva month*. U.B.D. does not eon.
tain vegetable or mineral poison. One bottle win
t,-~r a i.i any ease. Pot role by dtugslsis every?
where, l-ir^c bottles, 81,sis fer 84. Send:: stamps
for book and free sample bottle, which ?rill be seat
l,y return man. When yon write,describe symp?
toms, na?l personal ftce ratdteal advice will be
C vcii. Address lllood Italrn Co., Atlanta, t;a.
(Continued from First Page.)
ALL BUT TWENTY.
'This Btate of affairs lasted until all
but twenty had been killed or wounded
in the wrah of the waves. Then the
butcher of the vessel, with a uumber
of seamen, went int.) the pen and trail
to quiet the beasts that remained. This
falling, as did also the attempt lo force
the frenzied animals overboard, their
tin ea ts were cut. Before the maddened
animals were dispatched, however, the
butcher had both his legs broken, and
one of the seamen was badly Injured.
"Any idea that our I roubles were ovei'
was s ion dispelled when It was found
that the vessel was leaking. All the
hatch covers had been blown off, and
all had considerable water in them. The
cargo next shifted, listing the steamer
heavily to port. In addition the car?
casses'of the dead horses washed aport,
adding to the heavy list.
"All this did not happen In a dav."
said Mr. Schergcs, "for hours )
elapsed since I he first misfortune. Then
for 72 hours passengers and crew work?
ed tike slaves, throwing cargo over
hoard to lighten ship, but it was of lit
tle avail. One wave carried away
eight of the life-boats from the low"
lylng port side, end with these went
much of the hone from the hearts of
; passengers and crew.
"At -I o' dock on the morning of the
5th the order was given to call hands
on decks, to prepare to take to the
small boats. The water had Hooded the
engine room and four pumps could not
keep it down. It was then up to the
grate bars, but tho llremcn still man?
aged to keep the llres burning. Each
passenger and seaman was given a life
preserver and the remaining boats were
gotten ready and provisioned. Shortly
after daylight the three steamers (the
Wechawken, Vlttorla and Koordlstatt),
oiie after another, hove in sight. The
Wechawken was the first to be of ser?
vice as she sent two boats in which
the 2"> women and children were plac?
ed. These were landed safely on lite
Weehawkcn but after this the storm in?
crease,! in violence, cue boat was
snu shed and it became almost impossi?
ble to lower another on account of the
vessel being 80 far down on the port
side and correspondingly high on the
starboard, where the remaining boats
w ere made fast.
Another attempt was made and one
was successfully gotten into the sea.
The three men and myself who were
saved with me. jumped into her to lake
the oars when by some unfortunate ac?
cident we were cut loose. The men on
tho vessel were after that seen to try
repertiedely to lower another boat, but
The second Officer stated that
throughout all. the conduct of crew and
passengers was excellent. The women
w ere especially brave. He thinks there
is little likelihood that tile Bulgaria
weathered the storm that night, as she
was sinking when lie left her.
The Koordistan, the third vessel that
-??i w i'no ,\;-Ql .'ss of Hi" Bulgaria with?
out being able to be Of assistance bo
causc of the tempestous seas, arrived in
Bremen on the 19th inst., and reported
that the Bulgaria had foundered.
Second ofliccr Scharges is reasonably
positive that none was rescued from the
ill-fated vessel after lie left her. and
it is feared that 101 persons went down
The Bulgaria had no accommodations
for first class passengers and all the
passengers on board were in the steer?
age. They were mostly Hermans from
different parts of the United States.
She was not a regular liner, and had
been in th - service of the Hamburg
American Line about a year.
STEAMER PAWNEE DISABLED.
New York, Feb. 22.?The Clyde Line
steamer Pawnee, from Boston for Char?
leston and Jacksonville, was towed Into
port to-day by the Cromwell Liner
Hudson. The Pawnee sailed from BOS
;on February IS. On the 21st at 7 a. m.
the machinery broke down ami she was
unable to proceed. Distress signals were
sei and tit 11 a. m. the Hudson, from
New Orleans, came to her assistance
and brought her to this port for re?
The Phoenix Trouble.
(P.y Telegraph to Vlrsjtntan-Pilot.)
Atlanta. Ga., Feb. 22.?A special to
the Journal from Greenwood, S. C,
says: About 100 armed citizens from
Phoenix section came in town last
night In search of Joe Tolbcrt, late of
the postoffice in Phoenix. Except for
the unnecessary abuse and intimidation
of the Chief of Police, for which there
s likely to be some prosecutions, the
rowd was orderly while in town. Quite
a number of very prominent citizens
were in the crowd to prevent lawless?
).-. .? f:- st hit.?, burns. Indolent sores,
? !z< ma, skin disease, and especially
Piles. DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve
stands tlrst und best. Look out fir
I dishonest people who try to imitate and
I outit if It R. It's th lrendorsement of
' t good article. Worthless goods are u >t
mltated. Get DeWltfs Witch Hazel
I Salve. Burrow-Martin Company.
i By TeU graph to Vlrglntan-PIlot)
Manila. Feb. 22.-9:30 a. m.?Immense
damage has been don? by fires which
are believed to have been started by In?
surgents last night.
The fire department has experienced
great difficulty In fighting the flamed,
I owing to defective apparatus. It la
</>?*><> <*??*>?> o<e>?s>ooo<> o^>o oc > ooo ooo
These $13.00 Sack
and Frock Suits
on sale this morning at
the special price?and
there ought to be twenty
buyers lor each one of
them. When we made them we never th night they'd
come under the reduction knife. They're trie swellest
garments of t lie season. Lots like I hem in New York?
that have been turned out by the fine tailors?and cost
their owners all the way from >.S I i $40. Ours are
as well made?and will tit as \\ I,
Have another look at them now that they're offered
for your choice for thiee days.
w-S^ws? S S S S S ? ? 2 2 B 2 2 ? 8)
A Chance to Try Our
Tail ling Department
We've picked out about sixty ditferenl patterns of
$20 and 522.50 bine Suiting's, this season's importation,
and to ve;et you better acquainted with /\ m <p
our Custom Department, we'll make \! w&i
them up to your measure at. 1 %?
Wc find there are lots-of folks who ire not 'aware
that we make to order. We do?and nobody turns out
better work. These Suits shall be some of it.
SAKS AND COflPANY
234 MAIN STREET.
LEADERS IN FIVE CITIES.
?O <SK>- <><?>??> <><><> OOO OOO O <*>?<!> *>v>0 <>00 ??"> 0<t- <??<*?
I MEN'S LEGAL SHOES $3.50 |
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5c= We make a specialty of Men's Shoes. The "LEGAL," sold ^5
2C-- only by us, is the chief of these. When it gels known that a i^.oo ^
^ Slice can be jot here for $3.50?a shoe which in point of style is =S
; ^ not excelled at any price ?the shoe business of Norfolk will be done =55
' here. We keep cheaper shoes, but those who want the best buy the ^
!g " LEGAL." =5
= Saving prices on Men's Furnishings, Hats, Outlits. --3S
= 332 Main Street. =|j
GEO. H. DAWES,
ItOHIvK.?At V::.\> Ills morning, at Ills
home No. !>?'? Wood street. Mr. IX3UIS
BOB RE, after an Illness of eight Weeks.
Funeral natlco later. '
Bargain Day on
White Bed Spreads.
To-day we put on sale, at 10
o'clock sharp, a goodly num?
ber of White Bed Spreads,with
prices ranging from 44c. to
?2.75. These spreads are
aboute one-third actual saving
lor the customer, and these,
'prices hold good only from 10
; a. m. to 6 p. in., and this date
only. Rest assured Ui.u you
can get an elegant Marseilles
Judging from inquiries yes?
terday, they will go in ,i jiffy.
We will have other tempt?
ing bargains about with tickets
on lor you to select from. Be
on hand and don't get disap?
Josepfi Brown's, 820 plain Si.
reported that the natives have damag
ctled the apparatus.
There was some fighting in the
streets during the night, hut the
Americans quickly quelled the uprls;
Inc. A number of the insurgent.-; \yete
killed and Beveral Americans were
A large market place was among the
first to burn. Between .--.x arid vch
hundred residences .-.a.'. ;>.:.-.:i ?3 hauscii
have been destroyed. Fire's vverc s n t
ed at several points slmultaner.u'ly arid
spreading with great rapidity, resist?
ed all efforts to corit'.Ml thcr.i.
The courses of the Vlrglnian-I'.lot's
"Home Study circle" begin next Suti
I day. the 26th of February. Sea an
l nouncement page 7.
NO. 336 MflIM STREET,
foreigh w o?iBESTic
BBY 6S?BS, PTiBllS, &c.
Offers to the :? idc the toKov/lne Una
of New Goods:
A beautiful line cf PLAIDS and
STRIPES . Olt V. A I STS.
Pinole ti I I, lllnclt Moreln for
Skirts, Peon ' Sole, Duchess Urosj
Grain and Uro ades. These Roods are nit
of .th- very llh< : texture and latest de
I have In sto I. a splendid line ot Vig?
or- i :\ B arh-Sklns, all shades, entirely
new Gntnl Cloths ilatnel's Ha r
Cheviots. Venetian Cloths, Scrxt'S, Whip,
cords, I ils, ti h :i Gords. Renga
llne.-. Satin Uerbers, Coverts, Henriettas,
all shad< s.
The ! poi Is were purchased with the
view of meeting the wants of tho trade.
They Id at the LOWEST
Pltlt'l'S. A .!???? irtment of
low pxlccu .?. . : also a line cf
PERCALES AND GINGHAMS,
LATES I" PATTERNS,
The pitr lae public respectfully
ytilio t< d.
HEW PYME G37.
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v\ n. :t lo . ? in I' is ... : . ordered
t > r : *.s o:t toot
? ? , . r- -n il ir.e : n ?-?harter
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I v??:?.?. <? ?' I To. rte ar j
. v t : i ? ;? fit ? ?. they
? rouid - ;^<- .. ? SUr.? i I money by
chartering ii finp of the'.:- c\.n matead
(of paying rullivud fare.