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NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND
OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA^
The Senatorial Conference At?
tracting Much Attention.
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PRIMARY OR CONVENTION
Tito Former Method Will Possibly I!?
Decided Upon ? Coiigrenmiinn
June* Ilie I'riibnblc Can tlltlnte?At?
torney Geueral Montncuo Declines
to Tnlk Aliotit llio Oyster COUtro?
vefsy-TUlriy-foiir Venn Ago.
(Special to Virglnlan-Pilot.)
Richmond, Va? April 3.?There are
two things in connection with the ap?
proaching Senatorial conference hero
that are attracting most attention.
They arc the plan which will be the
outcome of the meeting, and the man
who will he chosen as Hu- champion jf
the popular m vein. nt.
There seems no question that the con?
ference will recommend a primary or a
State convention. Opinion aa to which
method of selecting a candidate will
be favored is-- much divided. The ma?
jority, probably, look for the conference
to call UDOtl the State committee to
It-sue a call for a convention. The con?
vention will be expected to select a can?
didate for the Senate. <ir to provide for
the holding of county primaries for this
purpose. U seems probable that the
primary method will be adopted. At
least, it is the more general belief, that
should n convention be called, the body
will be asked to provide for the selec?
tion of a Senatorial candidate by the
primary plan. There - will lie .1 fi^ht
over this proposition, of course, just 08
there wan at the Roan ok e convention
In 18f?7. Bui the friends (if the plan
are confident Of Its being carried
through the convention with all ease,
arguing thus from the narrow margin
by which it was defeated in the Itoa
noke convention when Ii was sprung
without notice and before n sentiment
In Its favor had been worked un The
agitation of the question since that
time, the great strength the movement
Is expected to receive from the con?
ference here in .May and thr sen time nt
In favor of a primary which was de?
veloped throughout the State by the
fight at Koanoke, are nil dwelt upon by
.the advocates of the nlan in making
prediction of Its adoption.
The question as to the candidate who
will be :>ut forward to stand lor the
popular movement Is probably the must
Interesting. Those prominently men?
tioned are few.
It Is recognized that Congressman VV.
A. Jones Is the logical candidate. The
strong light which ho made at the Koa?
noke convention for the primary plan,
his frequent utterances upon the ques?
tion since, the fact that he is Ihe chief
figure In the movement for the confer?
ence here next month?all make him,
in the eyes of the public, the man natu?
rally proper to load the fight before
the people. This is recognised by thoce
most prominent in the movement.
The withdrawal of Mr. Walton Moore,
announced in the Washington corre?
spondence of the Dispatl h Sunday,
leaves Governor Tyler and Attorney
General Montague the only candidates
prominently mentioned. Each has said
he would not be a candidate. It Is be?
lieved; however, that should Mr. Mon?
tague receive ihe nomination he would
accept. Indeed, ;t is probable that
should he receive anything like a pop?
ular request, or assurance of popular
desire that he enter the race, In- would
consent. Being n young man, Mr. Mon?
tague feels that he Should not be over
ambltious. i!e thinks he should not
" IH'Sh himself when Older men are in
; the Held. - -
Mr. Montague Is probably better
known in Virginia than Congressman
Jenes. Though young, he has been ac?
tive In politics for several years, and
has canvnrsed nearly Ihe entire State.
It is true that wherever Ii 1 ans spoken
he has made admirers, lie is one of
the ilnest stump speakers In the state.
His friends think rid man of his age
his superior on -the Hustings, and do
not admit tin: many of Iiis Roniors sur?
pass, or even equal him.
The conference will probably develop
the candidates. The man who strikes
the keynote there will be the man to
lead the lieht that will follow.
THE OYSTEIt DISPUTE.
Attorney General Montague, who con?
ferred with the Attorney General of
Maryland Saturday, said to-day there
was nothing he could Bay with refer?
ence to what took place, lie will make
his report to Governor Tyler, who will
return to the city early next week. In
the meantime the Attorney General of
Maryland will report to Governor
I-owndes and be will Inform Mr. Mon?
tague of the result.
There seems to be no doubt that the
Dr. Mitchell says in diffi?
cult cases of Anemia, he adds
cod-liver oil half an hour
after each meal and he likes
to use it in an emulsion ; that
he has watched with grow?
ing surprise some listless,
fechle, creature gathering
flesh, color and wholesome
ness of mind and hody from
"Scott's Emulsion" is cod
liver oil combined with hy
pbphosphitcs. It regenerates
tissue, invigorates the nerves
and brain, enriches the blood
and adds fat and strength.
5?:. and ft.eo, all druggists.
SCOTT& BOW NE, Chemists, New York.
trouble prowlng out of the arrest of
Maryland oystermen and the seizure of
their vessels by the Virginia, oyster
navy will be amicably 'adjusted.
ADVANCE IX COAT,.
The Cnal Dealers' Association, com?
posed of a number of large dealers In
the city, have advanced the price of
coal considerably. The advance went
into effect on the 1st of April.
In the City Circuit Court Judge Well
ford granted a charter to-day to the
"United Acetylene Companies." Tho
purposes for which this company Is or?
ganized are to manufacture, buy and
sell calcium carbide machines for gen
eratlng acetylene Ras. etc.
thirty-four YEARS AGO.
Thirty-four years ago to-day Rich?
mond was burned. It was also on Mon?
day and old citizens wore reminded to?
day of the trying ordeal of that occa?
sion, when neatly the entire business
I ortlon of the city was destroyed by
lire or explosion and the Federal Hags
were raised over the Caoitol and Die
The blowing up of gunboats in the
river, of arsenals and the burnins of
bridges and many blocks of business
houses was a scene which all who were
then alive can well remember, but can?
supreme court r.
Dttlahcy vs. Smith, submitted.
Eldred vs. Eldred. Argued by John
A. C. Keith and C< M. White for appel?
lants, and A. W. Armstrong and Eppa
Munton, Jr. for appellees, and con?
tinued until to-morrow.
Mrs. Myra C. Wiley, wife of Mr. John
II. Wiley, a native of this city and
well-known here, died yesterday In
Philadelphia, in the 40lh vear of her
age. Mrs. W ile y was a native of Phila?
delphia, but had many friends here.
Mrs. Louise m. Qravlns, wife of Mr.
John B. Grnvins, died tit her residence,
corner of Cnrrington und Rose streets,
yesterday afternoon at 12:10 o'clock.
She leaves tour children, two sons and
two daughters. The funeral took place
Information was received in Rich?
mond last night of the death, in New
York, of Mr. ll. H. Puryear, who for?
merly lived In this city. He was a Con?
federate soldier ami n brother of Mrs.
M. K. Woodward, of this city- lie has
lived in New York for a number of
The Condition of Mr. Warren
\ Neuro Alltfwerlnc llie J.iinri
?? i :i ihiImiii Arrested mrti fliiiric'd
W till Clio ? rime-A<*C|U?llt? Polle?
KlnllMIca llymnuesil Notes.
L'etersburg, Va., April 3.?The condi?
tion of Mr. Warren Brown, who was
so dangerously shot by an unknown ne?
gro at Hebron, in Dimviddie county,
last' Thursday niKht, and robbed of a
large sum of money, mention of which
has been made in this correspondence,
is unchanged this morning.
It Is said he has a chance of recovery,
but that It Is very likely his wound
will prove fatal. Nothing as yet has
been heard of the whereiibjuts of the
A SUSPECT ARRESTED.
Sunday night Chicf-of-Police Rag
land and Sergeants Uubbard and Don?
ahue arrested a negro, who gives his
name as James Grandison, as answer?
ing tl.e description of Mr. Brown's us
snllant, and he is still in jail awaiting
information at* to his identity. This
negro, while he may not be the man
who committed the Crime, answeiei very ]
fully the description sent out from;
Ford's. Qrandlson says he left Stony'
(.'reek at 1 o'clock Friday, and came to
(.'arson's on a local freight tram; that!
between U ami 7 o'clock in: came to
this city on the northbound p.is"'. r
train; that he got off at tin: upper de;>-n
and ran down to the Union Station,
?where he purchased a ticket for Rich?
mond; lha: when he got to that city
he went directly to his mother's home,
and gave her all the money he had,
with the exception of some small
change, and that he then came back
to Petersburg on the Florida Special.!
The overall.: be wore wore new, and
had apparently been in use but a few
hours. The Chief "f Police communi?
cated with the Richmond police to Und
out the amount of money Grandison
says he gave his mother, and will re?
nnest some of the people who saw him
at Church Road ami Po'rd'a to come see
if they can identity him.
Chief Rngland heard from the Rich?
mond police; who say that Grandison's
mother denies that her son, who was
there Friday nlRht, left any money
with her. The suspicion against him
TOLD IN A PARAGRAPH.
A negro from New Rein, N. C, named
Thomas Swann, had one of his hand*
b ully mashed in tlie Norfolk ami West?
ern yard last night while attempting to
board a train to steal a ride. One of
his Angers will have to be amputated.
During the month of March nineteen
marriage licenses were issued In this
city?live for white and fourteen for
The month of April will witness ihree
fashionable marriages In this city. The
prospective brides are all favorites in
The report of the Chief of Police
shows ICO arrests In March, over 100 of
which were for violations of municipal
A little son of Mr. Wesley Andrew?, n
member of the Common Council from
the Fourth Ward, was taken over to
Richmond to-day for treatment for an
affection of the eyes, which threatens
the los3 of sight.
Lynchburg, Va., April 3.?Mr. William
ICinnlcr, a wealthy and prominent cit?
izen, died here this mornng after a
brcf Illness of heart disease, aged slx
ty-thrco years. He was the founder
of the head of the china house Of K;n
hler, Montgomery & Co. Mr. Klnnlcr
was highly respected and , . med. He
Is survived by a large family.
The Improvements being made to the
plant of Lho Central Iron & Steel Co.,
at Harrisburg, Pa., will increase its
output to 3,000 tons of plate3 per week.
TOWN OF SUFFOLK
The Easter Music Was Tuneful
Liberal Collection* In tho various
Clinrclios ? Monday Itlorulng Ba?o*
bnll ?firemen nro In TralnlUK
Ncwsy Notes ofGeuoral Interest,
(Special to Vlrginlan-Pllot.)
Suffolk, Va., April 3.?Easter Sunday
In Suffolk was productive of fetching
feminine costumes, tuneful. Joyous
music and liberal special collections
for missions. It was altogether a glo
rious day?cold enough to account for
winter gowns and warm enough to wear
springtime attire if it was pretty
The music was a special feature at
all the churches and as a whole prob
nbly surpassed any former efforts. The
several sacred auditoriums were taste
fully decorated with potted plants and
flowers. The choirs had rehearsed spe?
cial music, and the organists had ex
tra renditions of voluntaries, marches
CANARIES, CORNETS AND VIO
The most elaborate displays nnd ex?
ercises took place nt the Christian
Church. Among the Moral and ever
green decorations, and variously distri?
buted about the building were thirteen
cages of canary birds, which did their
part In making vocal music. In addi?
tion to the usual choir there was a
chorus of fifty voices, three violins and
two cornels. 'Misses Myrtle Matthews,
Jennie Billiard and Florence Titus were
vloftnlstes, nnd Messrs. Harvey M.
Butler and Harry I* Jacobs played cor?
nets. The several programs nlrendy
printed in the Virglnian-Pilet were ex?
ecuted artistically and In dctnil nt the
The collection at St. Paul's P. E.
Church Sunday morning was something
The Easter offering for missions nt
the' Christian Church for missions ex?
clusively was $227.30.
The Main Street Methodist Church
mission offering has not been completed
yet. It will run considerably over $300.
No special collection was had at the
COM I NC, MA KU! ACE.
There is to be a marriage In Suffolk
this week at S:30 o'clock Wednesday
evening. Miss Lizzie F. Cutehin will
become the bride of Mr. E. T. Crews,
of Oxford, N. C. The ceremony will
happen at the prospective bride's home
No. 51 Main street. The bride-to-be is
a popular young lady nnd the daugh
ler of Mr. and Mrs. Henjamln F. Cutch
In. The groom-elect Is 1n the tobacco
business at Oxford. '
THE HAWKS I''RLL DOWN.
There was a match game of basehall
this morning between two loonr^ teams]
of boys, the Eagles and Hawks. The I
Eagles won out, 13 to 5. naileries:
Eiddick and Pinner: Woodward and
WANT TO GET IN TRAINING.
The Phoenix Company of Voluulo<?r
Firemen are expecting to be very much
in town at the State Fircmens" Con?
vention, which meet next September In
I: innoke. They will begin training for
one or more contests within a few
weeks. There may lie a local hose con?
test In the meantime.
LA 11") TO REST.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Mary
Jackson took plnce this afternoon from
tln> residence, No. '24 Sycamore street.
The services were conducted by Dr. W.
W. Staley, of the Christian Church.
Rev. W T. Green, of the Main Street
Methodist Church, assisted. The Inter?
ment was In Cedar Hill, the following
being pall-bearers: W. J Farley. S.
J. Carr. II M. Parker, J. H. Ryrd,
Eilsha Urooks and R. Jacobs.
The representatives of Kilfyro extin?
guishers gave a free exhibition this
afternoon1 near tho City Hall. A big
wood box was saturated with tar and
coal oil and tired. Then they put It out.
SPECIAL READERS' MEETING.
The Afternoon 1 reading Club will
have a call? d meeting to-morrow (Tues?
day) afternoon with r.liss Louise Brttt.
?"?'?< Main street. It is exnectcd to have
a receptl ?n very soon and It's necessary
to talk over details.
DENIES THE REPORT.
Colonel R. K. Boykln emphatically de?
nies the report which has been clrcu
\TOTICB OF DISSOLUTION. ? THE
l\ public will pltasrt take iioltco lhat
(lie firm heretofore conducting tho lum?
ber business under tho firm name of the
NANSEMOND I.UMHER COMPANY of
Which tho Indlvlduul members wnr? C. J.
Dennis II. Stewart and P. H. De.ins,
has th's da v been dissolved by mutual
consent, the said P. II.Dea.ns hereby
withdrawing from said firm. Tho said
i*. J. Dennis und J. H. Stewart take all
1 lie assets and property of tho Mild firm,
and up.--.uine all Ihn debts due by said
firm. Witness our hands tho 29th day of
Mar. h. 1WJ.
C. J. DION'NIS
J. H. STEWART,
P. H. DEANS.
Wo hereby nlUfy our friends that wo
will Still continue tho lumber business as
heretofore under the firm name of tho
NANSKMOND LUMBER COMPANY.
March 29, 1S99.
C. J. DENNIS.
J. II. BTLiWART.
I take pleasure, in recommending th?
above llrm to tho full confidence of the
publlo. March 2?. 1S99.
mliTO-fit_P. H. DEANS.
I7U>U MAYOR TOWN OV SUFFOLK?
< JCNIUS T. PARKER, subject to
Democratic Primary. Will licht to a fin?
OR RE-ELECTION as MAYOR
JD Town of Suffolk-n L. DREWER,
Jr. Subject to Democratic P.riuiury.
rVun: only way most mi :; \vn,r.
j save money Is a little at u lime, sys?
tematic saving. The experience of prac?
tical men, WOO know, Sty that a good
wav to save money Is to Invest in I.U.Mi
INSURANCE, it means laying asido a
small amount > nch year and receiving
your money bock with large profits at a
tlmo when you need it most. For this
puri>ono the best policy is the Difo Rate
Endowment issued by the Union Central.
VV>r full Information call on or write to
WOODWARD & ELAM. Suffolk. Va,
lated that he's not a candidate for re?
election to the State Senate. Colonel
Boykln has been an eloquent and able
Senator and he Is a candidate for an?
It's going to be a little warm at Hol?
land Station again to-morrow. That's
when they name delegates to the coun?
ty convention, and what Is more In?
teresting to Holland people a supervisor
will be nominated. Considerable opposi?
tion has sprung up against Supervisor
A. T. Holland, Incumbent.
F13LL FROM A HOUSE.
Mr. Winborne. who lives in Nanse
mond county, and who works for Con?
tractor B. Hlddick at Wllloughby Spit,
was seriously Injured to-day and was
sent back to Suffolk this nfternoon. He
fell fifteen feet from a building nnd
his back met a heavy sill at ttye bottom.
Dr. lt. E. Parker rendered surgical at?
CONFEDERATE DAUGHTERS- ,
The Daughters of the Confederacy
met this afternoon with Mrs. A. Wool
ford, 109 Main street. Miss Anna Mary
Riddlck read an interesting reminiscent
paper. Messrs. Boykin and Jordan ap?
peared as a committee from the Tom
Smith Camp. Refreshments were
ITEMS IN VARIETY.
Miss Virginia Jordan left this after?
noon for Baltimore to take u musical
course In Peabody Institute.
Mr. J. C. Nelms, Sr.. of Klnston, N.
C, on Sunday visited his family In
Hodnes and Lawrence Baker, of
Portsmouth, arc in Suffolk visiting
their grandparents, General and Mrs. B.
Mrs. F. Bottlehcimer returned Sunj
day from a two months' stay In New
York. She was accompanied by her son,
Harvey Baker left this nfternoon to
resume his studies In Randolph-Macon
The Randolph Society of St. Paul's
1". E. Church have and the m
P. K. Church will have their regular
monthly meeting to-morrow nlt;ht with
Mrs. M. T. Withers, No. 13S) Main
Rev. Robort Williams preached twice
Sunday at the Presbyterian church. He
Is from the Cnlon Theological Semi?
The Ladies' Benevolent and Social
Union of the Christian Church met ihis
evening with Mrs. O. S. Smith, on Sy?
Messrs. 10. S. Ferjrusson. W. H. Burke
and .?. Vemon Moss, of Norfolk, were
in Suffolk to-day.
The Baltimore and Stnndplpe nines,
colored teams, played this afternoon.
The former won. 15 to E. Batteries: Boon
and Wntklns; Boon and Johnson.
Mr. William Taylor, who lives on Sy?
camore street, has found a four-pence
Engllfrfc piece made in 1740.
The' person who lost a handkerchief
at the 5 o'clock service at St. Paul's
P. E. Church Sunday can hear some?
thing about It by seeing Mr. E. M.
There will be a joint meeting to-mor?
row morning at 10 o'clock In Colonel
Smith's olTice of the Daughters of the
Confederacy, and a committee from
the Confederate Veterans. The vets
want to to discuss a benefit entertain?
ment to happen April 17th. 181 h and
19th. to raise funds to carry them to
the reunion In Charleston next May.
F.F7V. IS THE BEST IN BL?0D
6 0.1. ISM BEST II MIT.
The E. F. V's know a pood thing when
they see It. nnd they certainly know n
good thing when they taste It. Guests nt
the MONTIC12LLO IIOTRL say that the
(I O. T. Whiskies sold at Ural hotel me
tho very beta whiskies to ho obtained In
the Norfolk market. This Is eeriainly a
recommendation worth having, us the
MONTICD?BO HOT13L handles only bhe
ve.ry best of everything. Tho best whiskey
means absolutely pure.?ho drugs or < li. in
Icft-Is lined In Its distillation. If you must
drink Whiskey, drink only the purest. The
MONTICELLO HOTEL is Norfolk fuvor
llo resort, and th? O. O. TAYLOR
Pure Uye and Bourbon Whiskies are the
favorite beverages, at this hostelry. Stop
in there some day and try tt. ' You will
never know what good whiskey is until
you have sampled this The
<;. o. miVLOR
Whiskies are put u^only by Chester 11.
Craven & Sins. Boston, .Mass. The linn's
Signature > overs tho cork on every gen?
SUMMER LAW SCHOOL,
UNIVERSITY Of VinulNIA.
30th Summer Teno, .Inly 1 In Sept. 1. 1899.
In niouulaiooin and ood-malnil&l section of
Virginia. These coo raeahave proved p<A:allnr
ly preiiiabl,. in beglnnum; tor unilld.ilrsf.if iel
mission to the bar and to practitioner* who have
lucked systematic Instruction or nord rcrinw.
For cctaloguc, ad?ieea It t:. minor.Sec'y.
Cbarlottcsvllle, V a.
This is a season of bright colors.
All color."; are In fashion.
But there must ba
In colors as well as in music.
Wc bellcrvo wo understand blending of
As many, many ladles have expressed
their pleasure ait our selected stylish
We Guarantee styles and prices.
MRS. P. RIES,
10S3 Cliuroli vSt,
R. J. MALBON.
Hardware, Gullen &c.
109 COMMERCIAL PUCE,
Keep on hand a complete stock of the
above from the best manufacturers in
An examination of stock and prices
IC, II. It.. Hotniiie ItlooiS H?lm. Drives
llio 1'olHoiie?! lliiM.ii iicil. ?uU
Tim? Cure?. Nniupl? Hut?
tie Mailed free.
SYMPTOMS.?It you have eilbor p'm
plcs, painful swellings, ulcers, or MIT.
COUS PATCHES IN Tl 1UO AT OH
MOUTH, sore eyes or nose, slow dis?
charge from the ears, COPPER-COL?
ORED SPOTS (sometimes the spits are
red and pink), sores on the baek, or
ulcers on legs color bad, SKIN ITCHES
AND BURNS, bolls, aching bones feet
or hands puff up and swell, hair and eye?
brows fall out, then you have Bio id
Poison, either acquired or Inherited. To
euro begin taking H. B. B. at once, ut any
staue of the disease, and in one to six
months the polsja will be driven out of
the entire system, and a cure will result.
All the symptoms will gradually dlslp
pear, and you will be happy once'more.
It. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm). Is a
thoroughly tested, powerful blood remedy,
hence cures when all else falls. Beware
of the mercury treatment of the doctors.
Ii. Ii. B. docs not contain vegetable or
mineral poison, and acts as a tine tonic,
building up the broken-down constitution.
Kor sale by druggists. Large bottles, fl.
six (full treatment) for jr.. Bend 2 stamps
Por book and free sample bottle describe
symptoms, and personal free advice will
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Oa.
Beware o? Imitations
taken In tin
MADE. ME A MfrH
A.I AX TABLETS POSITIVELY CUKE
A L?. lV?rvat<? l>l?cxjr*-Hrtilintt Mem?
ory. Inii>il"iii>. SiuHpl<*>'rsinlnlovcaatt[!rf
by Abu?? An'* orbur RieciMMfl ana laau
ervtlont, t'i*+y a/H fafclu and nurclit
rvtiPrti I oi1 Vit vltty in ulil or yoanrt, anJ
Iii m hi OB fur frCuay, OU?lneM or i.'i.irrmno
l*r**v-nt Inrnn'ty tail Cintumiitton if
??? Thoir n*lirm<t IiubicmIIuIc Iroprov*.
raent and oflc.-in m cohu wnrro nil orh_rn fatL In
flHt upon lmrintl ?h.? cm.iiin.. 'JY.blCtB. Thnj
bate car?tt tbouMftrift and will euro yoa. Wo uIth a
pOtltlTO Mriilm Baarantftfl to affacl n euro In oncfi en tu?
or rsfnnd tlu* tuont-r. Prlra AO cent*, per nuckutfo, or
?Ii PHckfifffH (full Iroaln.wit | for ii.Ot. Bf mull. In
l-luin wrrnpper. n,i"H i i?t of prirc. Circular frte.
AJAX REMEDY CO.,
For sale In Norfolk, Va., by BlIITOW,
Marlin .fc Co. and n. E. Holmes & Co.,
$20.00 and Up.
34 Granby St,, Columbia Building.
WHAT YOU CAN FIND
L. H. WHITEHURST'S,
No. 336 Main Street.
A beautiful line of the newest styles
and make up in Skirts just from the
manufacturers, from SL5D,toiLl2,OC).
Another lot of those Crepons, 59c.,
75c, Sl.OO. $1.49 aiK' llP lo S4.00
Silk Waist Patterns by the hun?
dred, in Stripes, Plaids and Satin
Liberty. No two patterns alike.
New Kid Gloves in niack, in White
and all the Easter Shades.
L H. WHTEHURST,
No 336 Main Street.
New phone 857.
HAPPINESS VS. MISERY.
Dr. Charcot'a Tonic Tablets, the great
Parisian remedy, I? a guaranteed euro toe
the l ?unk Habit; also nervousness and
n. lancholy caused by over Indulgence.
IT DlvSTltoYS TUR APPETITE FOR
AljCOIIt.U.K? and all Intoxicating Bever
?ges, and leaves man as ho should be. It
can bo administered wl'.hout tho knowl?
edge ot tho patient whero necessary.
Bend for pamphlet.
WALKE, AI A KT IN & GPvAY. Solo
Afrents. corner Writer street and Hoanok?
avonue. Norfolk. Va. mrlO-tu. fr
ooo ?><>o OOO ?OOS?** ooo ooo ooo
Weck In Norfolk In retail Clothing buying. Tho BOSTON SVXDICATE
CIXyTIIINO CO. were compelled t<> Bell their Immense, stock of clothing
for Men. Hoya und Children for CASH. Our WaaMngton, D. C, buyer,
realizing the fuel that our four rotall branch .stores could casMy handln
Dils enormous output, made them an offer at about .".jc. <n tho dollar
of th'-ir reu! value Yours now tor a slight odvanco of Us purchased
price. "A nrord to the wlso is sufficient."
r+e?E ARE-SOME EXUEPTIONAL VALUES'.
Men's Suits, strong end
durable, that wer?, si.00.
this great ;;ale price .
size 74 to 42.
slnaie-breastcd, worth $8.0
this great sale price
ii itihlo u nil
Men's Suits, all-wool nov?
elties and effents, the acme (f f" f)/.
of perfection end worth JZL
$11.00. this meat sale price;*"*'
Boys' Suits, ages 11 to 10.
Fancy Oassimercs. worth
$4.00, this great -sale
Coys' Suits, ?gen 14 to 19
vears Fancy Checks and
Plaids. The price
but now this great sali:
Children's Suits, asres G
t> 11 yearn, manufactured
D sell at $1.25. this great
Children's Suits, double
breasted styles, in plain
ir.d fanry effects, worth $2,
this great Balo prlco .,
Children's Knee Punts,
durable and well made,
sizes 4 to 14 years. While
they last you oan havo
them at thin great salo
Children's Knee Pants,
nrown Mixed Tweeds.
They are all right for wear
worth 35c, this gieat salo
Children's Knee Pants,
ages 4 to 14 years, fancy
patterns, blacks, &c, worth
aOc.. this great s-ilo prloe...
Men's Pants, Fancy Cas
slmeres. They were Indeed
cheap a.t $2.00. hut this
grout aide prlco .
Men's Pants Kngllsh ef?
fects, tnped seams, full
tailored mado. worth $3.00,
this great sale prlco .
S? .62 ?
I Opposite Academy of Music. 219 Main St., Norfolk, Va.
OOO OOO OOO OOO OOO OOOO ooo ooo ooo ooo
WORTH FROM 60c. TO $1 SO
A Great Underselling
Takes place at Dozier's next Friday, April 7th, between
9 and 6 o'clock !
Bureau Sets, Bureau and Washstand Scarfs, Pillow
Shams and Centre Pieces In applique work will be sold
They'r.1 worth from 60c. to Si 50 each.
See the:n in our east window.
$1.5G 206 Main St., Norfolk, Phone 82a $1.50