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NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA.
A Man Found in a Young Lady's
SAVED BY HER CRIES
The Intmrter Kscaped Wlltiont I.onv
liiK*Clnelo nil IUenllly?IHsbop
JPeiilcli Teurtors III* Resignation
to Accept n Coll lo West Vlrclnl??
The Governor'* Itotarn ? Other
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.
Richmond, Va., July 7.? Miss Ora
Tudor, a very pretty young girl who
resides at No. 102 Kast Main street, dis?
covered a man In her room about 1:30
o'clock this morning.
Her father was away from home, and
tho Inmates of the house were herself,
mother and brother, Mr. J. Christian
Tudor. Miss Tudor slept in a room by
herself. About the hour ind'eated she
was aroused by a sound as of sonic
ona scratching around the wall as
though feeling his way around the
room by the walls.
The young lady at once sprang from
her t>ed and started to her mother's
room. Just before she reached the door
ehe ran against a man, and screamed
He caught her and attempted to
choke her to keep the family from be?
ing aroused by her cries. In the strug?
gle her clothing was badly torn. She
made her escape, however, ami ran
screaming to her mother's room. Her
mother and brother, meanwhile, had
been waked by the noise, and all was
excitement In the house. Tho man.
whether white or colored, none of
them could tell, lost no time In making
Ho had come In by the side window
opening on an alley, which had been
left unfastened, und as he got through
was plainly seen by the .Misses Barga
mln. A number of the neighbors had
become aroused by that time nnd came
over to the house to do what they
could to assist in catching the criminal,
but he had made good his escape. No
report of the case was made to the
BIPHOP PENICK RESIGNS.
Bishop C. C. Pentck has tenedered his
resignation :'.s rec tor of St. Mark's
Protestant Episcopal Church to accept
a coll to Fairmont, W. Va. He will
leave his present charge on the 15th
The matter of his resignation has
been kept very quiet ami many of the
members or St. Mark's are not as yet
nware that their beloved rector Is so
noon to leave them. Bishop Penick of?
fered his resignation to the vestry meet?
ing Monday night. Very tew friends had
received even an Intimation of his res?
ignation. He raid ho felt that duty call?
ed him elsewhere. To most of the ves?
trymen th* Bishop's resignation came
as a bolt out of a clear sky. He was
begged to remain, but said he felt that
duty enlled hint elsewhere, lie de?
clined to withdraw his resignation, but
no action was taken on It.
The Bishop and His family went
down to Virginia Fe ach yesterday.
They nre expected back to-morrow, lie
will occupy his pulpit Sunday nnd will
continue to serv his parishioners until
the date fixed for his departure.
Rlshoo Penick came to St. Mark's
Church about three years ago. He had
previously been engaged In missionary
work In Africa wh 'ii he tilled tbe office
of Bishop. St. Mark's has flourished un?
der his enre. He Is a man of remark?
able energy, of deep piety, tho very
soul ofjlberallty and n most enthusias?
tic worker. His parlshbners are de?
voutly attached to him. lie Ir.H mad
_himself very popular with people of all
denominations. There Is great sorrow
among his people over his resignation.
Fairmont is n proving city in the
northern part of West Virginia.
THE GOVERNOR'S BETTTRN.
Governor Tyler will return to Rich?
mond the latter part of next week and
remain a few days.
DISTRESSING AOCIPENT ? DEATH
GF MRS. WALKER.
Hampton. Va., July 7.?Mr. "Skinny"
"Wood, a popular young man, met with
a painful accident at his brother's bar
In Phoebus last night. Mr. Wood bad
occasion to go to the back room of the
store, when he slipped and fell, break?
ing his collar; bone in two places. l>r.
Vandersllce was called in nnd rendered
the necessary medical attention, ami
the unfortunate young man was math
as comfortable as possible. He is now a:
the home of his mother, where he Is
doing very nicely.
DEATH OF MRS. WALKER.
Mrs. Emma Phillips Walker, wife of
Mr. Francis Walker, died at her resi?
dence In West End yesterday morning
after an illness of three days. A very
sad Incident In connection with IhV
death of this young woman Is the fact
that her babe of two days was burled
Wednesday morning. Mrs. Walker was
Just 28 years old and was n woman be?
loved by all for her m^ny Christian
traits. She was a true wife, n devoted
sister and was true In life In every
respect. Her husband and one sister
Mrs. Tom Lewclllng, survive her. She
was n daughter of Mrr. Emma Cros
well, of York county.
The Drey In* Cna#,
Tt Is slated that a remarkable change
has taken place in public opinion regard?
ing the guilt of Dreyfus, and there la now
pood reason to hope that the change will
ho reflected In the sentence rendered bv
the supreme tribunal. His feelings when
he Is removed from his horrible prison
mu^t be something nk'n to those of the
sufferer who haH been released from th<
iron chains of a weak stomach by thai
Eowerful foe to dyspepsia, Hont?-tter'^
tomaeh Bitlers. A man might us well be
In prison ns to have a weak stomach. It
will bring him Just as much misery, and
he will be Incapable of producing good
work. Hosteller's Stomach H'tters, hon?
estly used will eure- constipation. Indiges?
tion hllllousnoBs. liver nnd kldn*>
troubles. An occasional dosu In health
Will keep the bowels regular nnd the
Stomach vigorous. See that a private
Servenufc Stamp covers tho neck of the
bottle. Refuse sub*t.tute9.
Our lown Officers, With One Ex?
ception, are Retained,
Tba Niiinrif? Tliry nr? 10 Receive?
iibacnjtitos of lira. S. A. El?>y ?Com?
plnlut Agfiluat Thoughtless Wbgol
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
Surfolk, Va., July 7.?As told in the
Vlrginian-Fllot Tuesday after Monday,
night's caucus, nearly all the old olll
cers were renamed. The one exception
was commissioner of revenue,'for which
olTlce the old officer was not an appli?
cant for rc-elcction.
This was the first public meeting of
the new Council. Present: R. L. Brew?
er, Jr., Mayor, and Councllmen R. It.
Allen. W. B. Ferguson, W. C. Harrell,
J. C. Holladay, G. S. P. Holland, W. N.
McAnge, J. 13. Pinner. J. B. Norlleet.
Mr. Allen was named president of the
The wages of officers were fixed this
way: Treasurer. 4V3 per cent, commis?
sion: Sergeant of Police, $G00; Overseer
of the Poor, $100; Commissioner of the
Revenue, fees only; Street'Commlsslon
cr, $480; Clerk of Council, $30 a month,
and $ti.25 extra allowance; Policemen,
$37.00 a month: hose cart driver, $35
a month. The driving of a street sprink?
ler was added to this officer's duties.
Engineer of fire department, $4S0; fire?
men In department, $10 a month: fire
chief, $50 a year; engine driver, $100 a
The following officers were chosen:
John F. Lotzia, treasurer: John VV.
Ames, Jr., sergeant; N. C. Williams,
street commissioner: H. E. Smith, clerk
of the market; A. A. Rlddick, commis?
sioner of revenue; George T. Parker,
overseer of the poor; W. J. Kilby,
street commissioner; "W. L. McLcod.
clerk of the Council. The present force
of five night policemen was re-elect?
The most exciting contest for office
was commissioner of revenue. R. S.
Boykln anil A. A. Rlddick got four
votes euch In the cancus. One Council?
man being absent. To-night when the
vote was taken two were absent, Rld?
dick got four and Boykln three
The officials nf the Phoenix Fire Com?
pany were confirmed except in case of
hose cart drivers, where there was a tie
In the company. The matter was refer?
red back to the tire company. J. E.
Franklin, one candidate, was given
floor privilege. M, G. Lassiter repre?
sented Eugene Hurley.
The following standing committees
were announced by the Mayor:
Finance, Hooks nnd Accounts?W. B.
Ferguson, John B. Pinner.
Ordinances, H. Q. Dennis, Streets, G.
S. p. Holland: Water nnd Lights. W.
N. McAnge; city Hall nnd Market
house, R. R. Allen; Health, W. C. Har?
rell; Cemetery, J. C. Holladay; Police,
It. L. Brewer, Jr., R, R. Allen. W. C.
These night policemen were named:
Isaac Turner, .7. D. Matthews. E. Den?
nis, W. I? Hubbard, B. L. Skinner.
THE FINAL RITES.
In the nresonce of relatives nnd
former friends the remains nf Mrs.
Susannah Judge Kley were this morn?
ing at 11 O'clock laid away beneath the
green sod of Cedar Hill Cemetery. The
?ante pall-bearers, already published in
this paper, excepting one absentee, bore
the coffin. The funeral took place from
the Main Street Methodist Church. The
services were conducted by Pastor Wil?
liam T. Green nnd Rev. Joseph B.
Dunn, rector of St. Paul's.
A BICYCLE GRIEVANCE.
A well known business man, whose
children have suffered, asks the Vir
ginlnn-Pllot to call attention of
thoughtless bicyclists to their habit nf
leaving wheels on the sidewalk on the
Saratoga street side of the Commercial
Hotel. During summer time the shade
trees make it very dark along there
and pedestrians can't see the bicycles.
The sidewalk there Is narrow and per?
rons have collisions berore they know
It. It's a careless habit which is a re?
sult of thoughtlessness.
DOWN TOWN'S VICTORIOUS.
The Down Town baseball team this
afternoon played a nine taken from
Washington Square. The Down Town
players won by a ?coro of 8 to 0 in fiv*
Innings. Rain stopped the game then.
Batteries: Dean and Reed: Chandler
and Kley. Umpire?Willie Wiggins.
BEEN IIERE SIX YEARS.
Rev. .1. F. Love, pastor of the Suf?
folk Baptist Church, will next Sunday
exchange pulpits with Rev. J. w. Mii
ehell. of the South Street Bap t Is I
(.''.lurch. In Portsmouth. To-day was
the sixth anniversary of Mr. Love's
pastorate here i
N'lght Or era tor Cliff Carstaphncy, of
the Norfolk and Wcalern office here,
has gone to work for the Chesapeake
operator S. E. Robertson, of tin
same road, to-day got a leave of ab?
sence to spend aome time at his home.
In Petersburg. Ill health was the
T. W. Gibson will take Mr. Robert?
son's plnce nnd hlt> hrotner, A. W. Gib
h in, will work nights at tho same of?
A party of young people went down
;he N.insemnnd river to-day to look
'?<r crabs. They attracted a few. They
nere Mrs. J. W. Thrash, of Tnrboro,
V ('.: Mlescs Daisy and Jessie Nurney
iml Mr. R. L. Woodward, of Suffolk.
FOURTEEN STILL NEEDED.
Last night there was a meeting of
the committee whose duty it is to
tak-i names for a new military com?
pany. The names of several new men
were brought In, making a total of 4?.
DON'T let your FIRE POLICIES
be renewed until you see
WOODWARD &- BUM,
There are still fourteen needed to or?
There was a shower here to-day the
s'.zc of an Autumn dew. Out at Wha
leyville a seasonable rain fell. The
drought !e becoming destructive to
The case of Will Scott, murderer,
who has been twice tried, will not be
called at the July term of County
Court. It is set again for August.
Concluding a stay with Suffolk rela?
tives, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Huffman
left to-day for their home, In Newport
Little Mis3 Susie Ballard, who was
bitten by a enake yesterday, was get?
ting on very nicely to-day, though her
leg Is still ?wollen.
Miss Katnerinc Jordan, of Charlotte,
N. C, came to-day for a visit to Mrs.
N. R. Withers, 139 Main street.
Special Agent J. W. Warren, repre?
senting the Phoenix Fire Company, of
London, visited local agents Harper <&
First Assistant Engineer Charles
Blandford is Safe.
Is In the, lln ml* ol ihn Filipinos -Tho
Kcnntorlnl Flgtll?Telephone. I.lno
F.xteiiNl<.ii f ii Hie l'euiusulS)? Au?
other i.IikiN Keel I.altl.
Newport News, Va., July 7.?First As?
sistant Engineer Charles Ulundford, of !
this city, who was formerly employed
by the Old Dominion Steamship Com?
pany and was captured near Manila
while In a small boat with a friend, is
understood to be in the party of priso?
ners held captive by the Filipinos.
This will be good news to Mr. Bland
fortl's father, sister and other relatives
now living in this city. _
MR. NEWTON RETURNS.
Commonwealth's Attorney J. K. M.
Newton returned this morning from
Wythvllle, where he went to apply to
tho State Court of Appeals tor a man?
damus compelling the clerk of courts
of Wllliamsburg to issue a certificate of
election to his client who Is contestant
In the election case of Ware vs. liar
rell. Attorney It. M. Iyet Is associated
with Mr. Newton in this light.
Mr. Newton stated this afternoon
that ho had not had time to consider
the question that has# been raised as to
the legality of the recent council meet?
Tin: SENATORIAL FIGHT.
Tho most Interesting thing In this
section politically Is the Senatorial
fight. The advent of Hon. D. Gardner
Tyler Into tho race has put an entirely
new face upon the situation, and from
present appearances the race Is going
to be a close one. Mr. W. C. Robin?
son's friends are confident that he will
win and tho friends of Mr. Tyler nre
eeiually sure that he will secure the
Mr. Lyon G. Tyler, president) or Wil?
liam and Mary College, was in the city
yesterday looking after his brother's'
TELEPHONE LINE EXTENSION.
It is stated that the Citizen's Tele
phone Company proposes to extend Its!
line even farther up the Virginia Pen?
insula and eventually make connection
Wllliamsburg will be tho first city
taken in, however, nnd It is understood
that arrangements will bo made to
stretch the wires to that city at once.
CROMWELL LINER KEEL LAID.
The keel for the second of tho new
Cromwell Diners bus just been laid on
the ways which were vacated June 24,
when the third Morgan Liner, El Rio,
The name of the shin Is Proteus nnd
she Is the last vessel of the six which
were ordered at the close of the war
by the Cromwell nnd Morgan Lines to
take* the places of tho vessels sold to
tho government and used as auxilltary
ships, which, by the way, were also
built by the \T-wporr News Shin-build
Ing nnd Dry-dock Company.
! . Ol I Ol.l l I I III 111 II.i I I I I It I I I ie II I M I i I . 1 ,:.
: Small Pills for Big Ills like:
\ 10 cents and 25 cents?Druvojists.
Restore Vitality, Lost Vigor nnd Manhood.
Cure Impotency, NightEmissionsand
wastinn; diseases, all effects of self
i abuse, or excess and indis
Icretion. A nervo tonic and
(blood builder. Brings the
'pink plow to pale cheeks and
restores the fire of youth.
U3y mall ttOc per box, ? boxes
for $2.50; with a written guaran?
tee to cure or refund t5io money.
Send for circular. Address,
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton & Jackscn Sts., CHICAGO, ILL*
Burrow, Martin & Co.. Sole Agents, I'M
J. H, COFER
Hay and Grain,
619 Citizens' Pank Puild'.ng.
Quick bhlpm?nt and satisfaction guar?
RENOVATING HAIR MATTRESSES
We havo all kinds In stock, and made
of best materials.
WILI^ARD K. BROWN.
M Main ilroob
YELLOW FEVER PATIENTS.
PHYSICIAN TESTING EFFICIENCY
OF THE SERUM TREATMENT.
(By Telegraph to Vlri.tman-1'llot.)
New York, July 7?The health officer
of this port, Dr. Doty, and his assist?
ant passed last night at Swinburne Is?
land In attendance upon the yellow
fever patients, who came here on board
the United States transport McClellan
from Santiago, Cuba. Of Miss elen?
den nln, whoso father. Dr. Paul Clen
dennln, medical olllcer In charge at
Santiago, died of yellow fever, after the
departure of the McClellan, Dr. Doty
"Miss Clendennln Is suffering with a
mild attack of yellow fever and is im?
proved this morning, having a lower
?temperature. I have every hope that i
sho will improve right along."
The efficacy of the serum treatment
Is being tested on the other patient,
Oscar P. Leckey. Dr. Doty said to-duy:
"Mr. Leckey was In very bad Bhupc.
Ills kidneys were heavily involved with
35 per cent, of precipitation. On ar?
rival at the hossltaj I found that it
was impossible to give him nourish?
ment, as his stomach was very weak,
and refused to retain anything. Iiis
mind was clear, bis temperature very
hich. He was told, at bis request, to
bo informed as to his condition, that
he was In a serious plight and Hint I
could not give him any nourishment.
1 explained to him the use of the yel?
low fever serum. He said: 'Doctor, do
as you think best.'
"He was given one Injection under
skin at 11 o'clock last night, another tit
2 a. m., und it third at 7 a. m. While
aqj jo ioD.ua oqt oi su Su|t|)ou .<ns uuo j
scrum. I can state the facts. When be
arrived at Swinburne Island his tem?
perature was very high. This morning
his temperature has fallen nearly two
degrees and he Is somewhat more com?
"Ferguson nnd Tidmarsh, the two sus?
pects, are-much Improved."
Bears the . _V? Ir,e '^mi You Have DC'J.tt
T N Till:! COURT OP T.V-W AND ('ll.\N
l CKltY OF THE CITY OP NORFOLK:
To the Citizens' Bank of Norfolk, Vu..
To Frank R. May. Willoutrhhy T.
Cookrand Prank T. Clark, partners
in trade under the lirm and style of
Cookr, Clark & Co.; A. J. Benson,
Julien t". Smith. White Hardware
Company, B. A. Richardson, The i,.
Schreiber & Sons Company, L. M.
Balchelder and W. H. Collins, part?
ners In trade under the lirm and
t-tyie of Uatchclder A: Collins: W.
T. NltnmOjWoodward Lumber com?
pany, C. F. -M<: BiShri. New York
Architectural Terra-Cotta, Com?
pany, M. J. McCarthy and P. ?.
Flynn. partners in trade under tho
lirm and stylo of McCarthy .fc
Flynn; John W. Gainage and \V. *
N. Waller, piartners In trade under
the lirm nnd style of Qamage .<c
Waller, and Staten Island Clay
TAKE NOTICE, that, pursuant to the
directions of a decree of tho Court of l*i\v
and Chancery Of the City of Norfolk, en?
tered on the 19th day of June. IS33, In the
cause therein pending lo which you are
parties, plaintiff and defendant respective?
ly, I shall, at my ofiiee. Room 28 Lowen
herg budding. Main street, Norfolk. Vir?
ginia, on WEDNESDAY. th-> 26th day of
July, 1 SO?, nnd thereafter from day to
day by adjournment until completed pro?
ceed to take, ascertain and report to said
Court tho following accounts called for
by said decree?to-wlt:
1st. The amount of money In the hands
of the plaintiff unpaid on account of the
building material nnd referred lo In the
bill and proceedings.
2d. What amount was paid by Ihn plain?
tiff on account of the contact price of
tho said budding prior to November 4th,
IMS, and what amount has bei n paid
since that date, and how the tame hns
bc'.-n paid and whether to the said Frank
K. May or to sub-contractors, and If to
sub-contractors whether on the. order or 1
at tho request of said Krank It. May, and j
who such sub-contractors were.
3d. What part of sal I amount paid since
November 4th. li:*?. wu? paid out In No?
vember, 1V">; what part in December, H:,s>
what pan In January, IS:-?, and what pan
In February, l^o. and the last payment
made in February, ISt>8; also whether anj
payment was made In March, 1899, and lor
what tho same was made and on what
4th. What extra work wa? done or extra
material was furnished by the sad Frank
R. May outside of the said contract foi
or on account of the said building, and
the time or times when such extra work
or materials were don.; or furnished, and
If the same has been na'd f.u- ?Liu_
time, or i.nil s when jTala : ir.
Sth. The amount of money which Is
necessary to complete' the said building 01
which w.is necessary to complete th?
same at the time of the Institution of Iii.
suit, and whether the plaint ff \v:<s or IM
entitled to complete said building snd ap?
propriate the amount necessary therefor
out of the money In Its hands unpaid on
account of bald building.
6th. On account of tins claim of the de?
fendant sub-contractors aga nst the said
plaintiff per .tonally, or against tho said
building and land, whi ther the saino are
valid claims or liens, nnd whether any ol
tho? same are entitled to priority; als > the
imount for which the plaint IT :s liable to
tin; said sub-contractors, whether person?
ally or for liens on the said building and
land, she wing the amount of each claim
and the aggregate amount of the same.
7th. Any other matter and tiling d< med
pertinent by myself or which may bo re?
quired by any of the parties to be so
lty the terms of said decree It was di?
rected thai notice of the tIn:?> and place
of taking ihe above accounts should be
published once a week for four successive
we.-ks in tho Virginian-Pilot, n newspaper
published in Ihe city of Norfolk, an i thai
such publications should be cqulvolenl to
personal sorvlce of such notice on the
parties. JOHN B. JENKINS,
Commissioner in Chancory.
DR. ANNA 6IERIN6,
'\ of high repute. Vec
[A etable compound fur
1/1 fiina.e complaints,
if. 11 CO Lilly While
22? Regulative P'lls. fZ
^ Wives without chll
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2l8Water St., Phone 6.Either Phons
We haul anything- to and from any?
where In the three cltlea.
Soeclal facilities for haullnx 8a!c\
Hollers Furniture and Planoa.
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Old People. It Him Them
Ssw Blood and Life.
Ago docs not necessnrilr mean
feebleness and ill health, and
nearly all of tho sickness among
older pQoplo can bu avoided Most elderly
people tiro very susceptible to illness,
but it is wholly unnecessary. By keep
Ing their blood pure they can fortify themselves
so as to escape three-fourths of tho ailments
from which they suffer so generally. S S. S. is
tho remedy which will keep their systems young, by purifying the blood,
thoroughly removing all waste accumulations, and impart?
ing now?sircnuth und life to tho whole hotly It increases
ti:e? appetite, builds up the energies, and. sends now life
giving I.iood throughout the entire sysleni
Mrs. Sarah Tike 177 Broadway, South Poston. writes:
" 1 am seventy years old, and hnd not. enjoyed good health
for twenty years. I was sick in diffcrctit ways, and in
addition, had Rczoma terribly on one of my legs The
doctor 6aid that on ncconiit of my age, 1 would never bo
well again. 1 l^ok n dozen bottles of S ^6. H. and it cured me
completely, nnd I am happy to sny that
I feel us well sts 1 ever did 111 my life."
Mr. J W. Loving, of Colquitt. Oa., says: " For eight?
een years I suffered tortures from a tiery eruption on
my skin. I tried almost every known remedy, but they
failed otio by one. nnd I was told thai my age, which is
sixty six. was against mo, and that I could never hope
to he well again, I finally took S. S. S.. and it cleansed
my blood thoroughly, and now 1 am iu perfect health."
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free from potash, mercury, arsenic' and other damaging
minerals. It is made from roots und herbs, und ha.-, m chemicals whatever
in it. S S 8; cures the worst cafes of Scrofula, <'sneer. Eczema Hheuntstistu,
Tetter, Open Sores Chronic Ulcers, Roils, or any other disraro of tho bin? i
Books on theso diseases will ho sent free by Swift Specific < 'o., Atlanta. U?.
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Time and Installment Price
Discount $3.00 for cash .
.$ 'R 00
Wo claim it to tie the hem Mo wit
on the world's nr.:'. ? t reguidli >A
pr co. Staun h. durable and ilklil of
drntt. G.'cat i nmbeis aie Bold here
01 : > illy it 11 (I liieie a:e inor > Burk
eye? In us,- In the tw.intlce than
of nil oilier makes combined, '."nit
house ho* gold the Buckeye exclu?
sively f' about twenty y?ars. Old
buyerii i.r. ntw buyers. These fiicts
Bhould indii tc you to use tin Itutik
eye \'. >< Invite examination and will
gladly show it.? workings.
Steel Hay RaKes
Si If !)uui|i nnd Hand Dump (??'I'd
steel axles, steel whn i.*, guaranteed
ii Bland-stran? and durable-r-boy
can operate either style?pr'ces tlown
Sow?iron nnd steel have advanced In
cost nearly .'i" per cent., ind Mower4
and Ha', . s will Burcly he hither hi
prlco next sehson. Buy a Buckeye
this year and tike no chances.
Implements, Fertilizers and Poultry Supplies.
NORFOLK FARM SUPPLY CO.
McD. L, WRENN. President. Ii. C. GUNTHER, TriMu.4
GRO. I?. TO DD. Manaeer
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COOKE, CLARK & CO,
Cabinet Mantels, Tiling and
Grates, Fine Builders'
Paints, Oils and Glass.
84 commercial place.
87 roanoke ave.
Ice Dream Freezers
If you aro fond of ?ood Cream and
want to make It quick, buy our Freezers,
tho BEST and QUICKEST ON EARTH,
All seasonable coods at lowest prices.
P. J. MALBON,
Boll? Phcne? No, 401.
mm: & WALLE!!,
Headquarter for Foreign
Cement. Lime, Plaster bucks.
Sewer and Chimney Pipe, Laths,
Shingles, &c Office and warehouses
12 to 18 PLUME ST
Near Ihs Brid2i, NORFOLK VA.
HARD WO OD I
IN CAR LOAD LOTS
The best for Wood Heaters, seasoned
or green. Deliver any quantity.
CHAS. E. SCOTT & CO.
200 LOVITT AVENUE.
Old rhana 241. _ Mew Than* UM.