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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3; 5 ?ND 6.
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"Washington. D. C Oct. 9, 1S99.
Forecast for Tuesday and Wednes?
For Virginia?Fair and warmer Tues?
day; southerly wlads becoming fresh In
the afternoon; Wednesday fair.
For North Carolina?Fair Tuesday
and Wednesday; fresh southerly winds.
Norfolk ttuU Vicinity.
.WEATHER FORECAST FOR
Fair; winds shifting to southerly.
TEMPERATURE, RAINFALD AND |
October 0, 1899.
Maximum temperature. 71
Minimum temperature . 55
Normal temperature . C3
Departure from normal. 0|
Departure from normal since Jan?
uary 1st .minus
Rainfall in past 24 hours.0
Rainfall since first of month .1.31
Mean relative humidity. 92
Sun rises at 6:08 a, m. and sets at
6:35 p. m.
Norfolk?High water, 0:21 a, m. and
1:47 p. m. Low water, 6:20 a m. and
7:16 p. m.
Old Point?High water, 0:00 a. m. and
12:26 p. m. Dow water, G:69 a. m. and
6:24 p. m.
?MEAKIN.?At bis residence. No. 1C
Central avenue, Atlantic Cltv Ward,
Monday. October 9th, 1899. at 1:30 o'clock
a. m.. NATHANIEL MEAKIN, in the
62nd year of his nge.
The funeral will take place from his
late residence THIS (Tuesday) AFTER?
NOON, October 10th, at 3 o'clock. Friends
and acquaintances respectfully Invited
HAItG-ROVES.?At his residence, near
Doans, Nansemond county. Va., Sunday
night at 10 o'clock, K. D. 1IARGROVES,
In the 53rd year of his ago.
The funeral will take place TO-DAY
(Tuesday) ut 12 m. o'clock from Boron
Church at Drivers.
Interment at Suffolk. Friends and ac?
quaintances Invited to attend.
Monuments and Gravestones.
The selection of a sultublo
memorial In marble or gran?
ite can he readily made from
our stock, for wo carry tho
largest assortment of finished
dcs.'gns In tho South.
THE GQUPER MARBLE WORKS
EtlnbllNlioil IIO Ycnrt.
150-103 Hnnjt Hi._Norfolk, V? .
ASTATED COMMUNICATION OF
CORINTHIAN LODGE No.
2?IS. A., F. &-A. M., will bo held,
at Ingram Hall, corner of Bram
blaton and Reservoir avenues,
THIS (Tuesdny) EVENING. Ootoher
10th at 7:30 o'clock. . D. D. G. M. will
pay tho lodge an official visit.
All Master Masons In good standing arc
fraternally Invited to ho present.
By ordnr of tho W. M.
It L. J. OLIVER, Secretary.
"y*N WYCICS ACADKIUT OF MUSIC.
ONE NIGHT, THURSDAY, OCT. 13.
That much discussed French farce
Scats on sale Wednesday. Prices, 25,
60, 75c. and $1.00. ocl0-1t
AUDITORIUM THEATRE I
JAS. HL BARTON, Prop.
Only Vaudeville House
Playing High Class Acts.
Has many victims.
Are you one?
Do you have attacks of NAUSEA or
vomiting? DO YOU DLOAT UP AFTER
EATING OR BELCH OASES? Do you
have heartburn or water brash? Do you
wake in the morning with A BAD TASTE
IN THE MOUTH OR TONGUE COATED
white? Is your sleep broken by dreams?
Is your throat full of slime in the
morning? Is there pain or heaviness after
eating? Do you have spells of dizziness?
Are you weak and nervous? Do you have
a smothered feeling, choky sensation or
palpitation of tho heart? Do you at times
have diarrhoea? ARE YOU LOW SPIR?
ITED, GET UP TIRED, WITH NO AP?
PETITE FOR BREAKFAST?. Do you
start In your sleep or have nightmare?
If you have any of these symptoms it
will.cost you nothing to have a talk with
mo about it.
Has offices 1 and 2 No, 314 Main street.
Norfolk, Va. Specialties: Catarrh and all
diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Cheat
Hours, 9 o, m. to 13:30 p. m.: 2 p. m. to
6:30 p. m. Sunday Hours, 10:30 a. m. to
12:30 p. m. Tuesday night npd Thursday
night, 7:80 p. m. to S p. in.
Consultation always free. Medicines
furnished. Terms always moderate. Eyes
examined for glasses free of charge.
All In sight of monument. "Newest
Discovery" extracts teeth painlessly.
N. Y. Dental Rooms. Ehnes only, 324
Main Street, corner. Talbot,
THE GRAND CAMP
Meets in Annual Session at Pulas
ki at Noon Wednesday,
Popular Norfolk tadle? Selcclod n<t
Sponsor mid M?ld of Honor lor
Second toiiffrcBiiloutU District?An
luieroillug Oittlterltisr Anticipated
The Grand Camp, Confederate Vete?
rans. Department of Virginia, will
meet in PulasUl "Wednesday next at
noon, and the session will extend
through three days.
The attendance will be large and the
occasion promises to be a most interest?
ing and delightful one. The veterans
of Pulaskl, the Daughters of the Con?
federacy and the Sons of Veterans of
that city are making extensive prepara?
tions for the entertaining of their dis?
tinguished guests. On the evening of
the 11th Dr- Hunter McGuire will de?
liver his splendid oration on Stonewall
Jackson. Dr. McGuire is the chairman
of the History Committee and much
Interest is felt In his report, which will
be read at this meeting.
ORDER OF BUSINESS.
The following is the outline of Ihc
ofllcial program for the meeting:
I. Opening with prayer,
?. Olllcers' roll-call.
:t. Heading of minutes of last meeting.
4. Report of Grand Commander.
C. Report of other olllcers.
G. Report of standing committees.
8. Report of special committees.
I?. Communications, memorials, etc
10. Election of olllcers.
II. Place of next meeting.
12! New business.
13. Good of the Grand Camp.
THE GRAND CAMP'S OFFICERS.
Tho following are the ofllcers and
committees of the Grand Camp:
John J. Williams, Grand Commander,
Stlth Boiling. First Lieutenant Grand
Commander, Petersburg, Va.
lt. L. Maury, Second Lieutenant
Grand Commander, Richmond, Va.
Thomas W. Smith, Third Lieutenant
Grand Commander, Suffolk, Va.
Thomas C. Morton, Inspector General,
Washington Taylor, Quartermaster
General, Norfolk. Va.
Rev. B. D. Tucker, Chaplain General,
Dr. John S. Powell, Surgeon-General,
Thomas Kllett, Adjutant-General,
A. Moore, Jr., Aide-de-Camp, Berry
Thomas D. Ransom, Aide-de-Camp,
Advisory Council?The Grand Com?
mander and Commander? of all the
Committee on Finance?Stith Rolling
(chairman), John C; Swell, E. M.
Henry, James Macglll, and William A.
Smoot. Permanently established in
Committee on Publishing a School
History for U3c in Our Public and Pri?
vate Schools?Dr. Hunter McGuire
(chairman), John J. Williams, Rev. B.
D. Tucker, R. S. B. Smith, John H.
Hume, Carter U. Bishop, Rev. S. Tay
I lor Martin, T. H. Edward*, M. W.
Hazlevvood, R. A. Brock, James Mann,
and W. H. Hurkamp. Appointed In
189?: continued and enlarged In 1S9H;
continued in 1S94; continued and en?
larged in 1895; continued in lS'.lf.: con?
tinued and enlarged In 1S97; two re?
signed; continued in 1S9R; two resigned.
Committee on Sonn of Veterans and
Ladies' Auxiliary?Thomas P. Pollard
(chairman). 13. P. Cox. W. R. Browne,
Blackburn Smith. C. W. MoVlear, and
Aubrey Bowie. Continued 1S9S.
Committee on Good of the Grand
Camp?William Kenn (chairman), John
C. Ewoll, George W. Kurtz, P. P. Win?
ston, ami S. S. Brooke: Continued 1S9S,
Committee on Distribution?D. A.
Grlmsloy, N. V. Randolph; and Thomas
Committee on Legislature?N. V.
Randolph (chairman), George L. Chrls
inin tviui-i.n Kaan l?maa v iv^ '-m
J. E. Harrison, John J. Williams, G. T.
Harriett, and W. II. Ma v. Continued
Committee on Fraudulent Pensions?
R. S. Parks (chairman), G. C. Wharton,
N. V. Randolph, William Kean, and
Hugh R. Smith.
Miss Leln Serpell has been selected as
sponsor of the Second district, and her
sister. Miss Alice Serpell, as maid of
honor. These accomplished and at?
tractive young Indies are daughters of
Col. George M. Serpell, tiie well-known
general manager of the Norfolk and
Carolina railroad, nnrl one of the most
public-spirited nnd popular citizens <>(
Norfolk. His daughters are deserved?
ly great favorites in our best social
circles, and will reflect honor upon
Norfolk and the Second Congressional
district. Grand Commander Williams
has made a happy choice, and is to be
General E. M. Henry, every inch a
Confederate veteran and very popular
with his comrades, will attend tho
The delegates from Pickett-Buchanan
Camp are Messrs. R. C. White, John
H. Day, O. H. Perry, George Chamber?
lains and R. S. Broughton.
GRAND COMMANDER ILL.
(Special to Vlrgmlan-Pilot.>
Richmond, Va., Oct. 9.?Col. John
J. Williams, Commander of the Grand
Camp, Confederate Veterans, Is very
111 at his home at Winchester. He
will be taken on a special car to Johns
Hopkins Hospital to-morrow for an
operation for stomach trouble. He will
be unable to preside over the Grand
Camp meeting at Pulaskl Wednesday,
General Stlth Boiling, of Petersburg,
will, It Is thought, preside.
ic-ili.v Diit xernls"*.
Sunday was the annual "Rally Day"
of the CumberPand Street M. E. Sun?
day school, and It was in the form of a
"Harvest Home" celebration. The de?
corations consisted of a magnificent dia
ploy of country produce, fruits, and
flowers, reflecting the highest credit
upon those who arranged It.
The exercises were presided over by
the superintendent. Mr. E. J. White
hurst, and the admirably arranged pro?
gram. n3 .published In the Virginian
Pilot Saturday, was carried out to the
gratification of the large audience.
See top of page six.
The best European makes would not
look well if poorly, tailored. To be cor?
rectly attired place your order with
RUDOLPH! & WALLACE.333 S^Un St,
THE NORFOLK COURTS.
WILLS PROBATED?COKE CASE
CONTINUED? NATURALIZED. .
The last will and testament of Mrs.
Cornelia Wlckham Taylor was admitted
to probate In the Corporation Court yes?
terday. The estate left by Mrs. Taylor
Is valued at $35,000 and Colonel Walter
H. Taylor and Mr. Richard C. Taylor,
named in the document as executors,
Qualified under a bond of $40,000, with
no surety, as directed In the will. The
executors are sons of the deceased.
To her daughter, Mary Louise, is be
queathed all the furniture, crockery,
etc-, belonging to tho testatrix, and the
house No. 249 Freemason street and the
sum of $10,000. The silverware Is to be
divided eaually between tho three
daughters of tho testatrix, Mary Louise,
Nina and Maggie. To L. Page Taylor,
a son. Is willed the sum of $5,000, and to
Sallie S. Tomkins, a dear friend, Is
given $100. Tho will directs that $100,
bequeathed in a former will to Annie
Elizabeth Cowdery, a sister, now de?
ceased, be appropriated In erecting a
tombstone over the grave of the tes?
tatrix's deceased son, Wlckham Taylor.
The remainder of the estate, the will
directs, shall be divided equally be?
tween tho children of the deceased, ex?
cepting Mary Louise and L. Page Tay?
lor, previously provided for. An inven?
tory of the estute is waived.
WILL OF A. A. COWDERY.
The will of the late A. A. Cowdery
was admitted to probate in the Corpo?
ration Court yesterday. The paper was
dated January 2d, 1899. To Annie
Elizabeth Cowdery, tho sister of the
testator, is bequeathed all the real and
personal property of the deceased, and
in the event of her death this property
shall go to Walter Herron Taylor, the
second son of the testator's sister, Cor?
nelia Wlckham Taylor. The first named
beneficiary having died, the property
reverts to Colonel Taylor.
WILL OF ANNIE E- COWDERY.
The will of Annie Elizabeth Cowdery
was also admitted to probnte. She
bequeathed her entire property, real and
personal, to her brother, A. A. Cow?
dery. and in the event of his death to
her nephew, Waltor Herron Taylor.
There were no executors named in
cither of the two wills last mentioned.
COKE CASE CONTINUED.
The case or W- A. Coke, charged with
feloniously shooting Jttmcs A. Rldge
well several months ago, was again
continued in tho Corporation Court
yesterday. Absence of witnesses for
both sides was the ground of contin?
uance. A large crowd of spectators
were Drosen t to hear the case, which
promises to be Interesting. It was set
for trial on the 24th instant.
Attorneys K. T. Thorp. Joseph Stob-,
bins. Jr., and E. R. F. Wells qualified
to practice In the Corporation Court
Full naturalisation papers were
granted to Peter Woleken, a native of
Holland, who two years ago announced
his intention by papers filed In the Cor?
poration Court of this city of becoming
a citizen of the United States.
IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE.
A marriage license was grunted by
Clerk Royaler yesterday to Luther H.
Matthews, of Henrico county, and Miss
Isabel Clirt Christian, of Norfolk.
A deed was recorded transferring
from Edward L. Myers to George Stay
lor. nn Impoved lot at the corner of
Ward nnil Mornn avenues, Atlantic
City Ward; $4,900.
M. S. Daniels has entered suit In the
Court of Law and Chuncery against
the Farmers' Manufacturing Company
Tor $2,290.00; assumpsit.
POLICE COURT RACKET.
The usual large Monday morning
docket greeted his Honor yesterday. He
disposed of them in the following man?
Willie Williams, colored, fined $3 for
engaging In a pugilistic encounter.
Kstelle Johnson, colored, was disor?
derly and paid $6. Hstelle also commit?
ted contempt of court, and an addi?
tional $10 was necessary to secure her
George Briggs, colored, who carved
Frank Wlnslow, also colored, was lined
$5.50. Winslow was assaulted by Wil?
liam Briggs, who was tried separatetly,
and fined $3.
Rebecca Johnson, colored, thought to
be insane, was held for a commission
in lunacy lo look into her case.
Richard Ruddlck, colored, held for
the county authorities on the charge
Ed. Smith, colored, charged with cut?
ting William Green, will have a hear?
ing this morning.
William Baker, colored, delivered to
county authorities on the charge of
S. Schneider, charged with doing bus?
iness on Sunday, was dismissed for
lack of proof.
Maria Myers, colored, cut Jim Snead
in a drunken rage and was fined $3.50.
Jnll CfltUtlll*Mloil /?UNW?r?i <| hit I en,
Tho Jail Commission held a meeting
last night to prepare answers to further
Inquiries received from several archi?
tects who intend submitting plans for
the new Jail. Nothing further was
done. Mr. D. J. Callahan's resignation
as Councilman docs not affect his po
|silion its chairman of this commission,
since the Councils, anticipating his res?
ignation, passed a resolution several
weeks ago providing that the body
should be a permanent one, and that
its members should be such as Indi?
viduals and not as Counciimen.
Pcriotinlly Conducted Tour to Xing*
Watkins' Glen, Buffalo, Rochester and
Geneva. Round trip from Norfolk, $13
via Washington or Baltimore and
through the Lchlgh and Wyoming Val?
leys. Maunch Chunk, the Switzerland
Leave Norfolk Wednesday, October
11th,- as follows:
Norfolk and Washington steamers?
Leave Norfolk, 5:45 p. m.; leave Old
Point, G:45 p. m.; arrive Washington,
7:00 a. m.
Bay Line?Leave Norfolk, 6:00 p. m.;
leave Old Point, 7:00 p. m.; arrive Bal?
timore, 6:45 a. m.
Chesapeake Line?Leave Norfolk, 5:45
p. m.; Old Point, G:45 p. m.; arrive Bal?
timore, 0:00 a. m., connecting with spe?
cial express leaving Washington at 8:30
a. m.; Baltimore at 9:19 a. m. Thurs?
day, arriving at Niagara Falls at 11:00
p. m. Through Pullman parlor cars
from Washington and Baltimore. A
rare opportunity to visit America's
greatest wonder. Stopovers will be al?
lowed on the return trip at Buffalo,
Rochester, Geneva, Burdette (Wat
kin's Glen) and Mauch Chunk (Glen
Onoka). Tho tickets will be valid for
return passage eleven days- from Nor?
folk. Including day of aale. For tickets
and Pullman car reservation, apply to
Arthur G. Lewis, Southern passenger
agent, No. 104 Main street, Norfolk, Va,,
under . Atlantic Hotel. oc8-3t
r' see top^orpago si;.\:: . ~ ?
Grand Benefit Concert for Benefit
of St. Vincent's Hospital.
Under Ample** Of Norfolk Council
Mo. 367, A'lghfs of Colninbu??Vir?
gin In and Norlb t'arollun Talen?
on tbe Program?
The generous henrted and music lov?
ing people of Norfolk will soon have
an opportunity of hearing one of the
finest concerts ever given in this city,
and at the same time aid in a most
worthy cause, namely, the rebuilding of
St. Vincent's Hospital, lately destroyed
On Thursday, Oetober 10th, there will
be given at the Academy of Music a
grand concert for the benefit of the
rebuilding fund of the above institu?
tion, which will be under tho auspices
of Norfolk Council No. 367, Knights of
Columbus. The concert will of the very
tinea order, as only a selection of the
very best talent In the city will take
part, among whom aro Miss Mary Ma
gee, Miss Alice Oliver, vocal teacher,
Norfolk College; Miss Gertrude Au?
gusta Gehre, planist of L?eache-Wood
School, late of Baltimore: Mrs. J. P.
Kevlll, Mrs. Chas. A. Smith, of Colum?
bus, O.; Miss Alice James, of Raleigh.
N. C: Prof. Win. H. Jones, Mr. Jas.
E. Duncan, Mr. Win. Crowell. Mr. Ter?
ry B. Gordon, Mr. Wm. Richards, vo?
cal director Loache-Wood school;
Profs. A. P. Koerner, Chas. Borjes, Al?
bert Howard Garrett, of the Norfolk
Conservatory of Music, and a few
others who will be mentioned later.
A full orchestra, under tho direction
of Prof. M. P. Krugcr, will bo on hand
to furnish music for the occasion.
Tho management of the theatre has
kindly tendered the use of the Acad?
emy free of charge for the evening.
Prof. Kruger's Monticello orchestra
Is again delighting the patrons of the
house after an intermission of several
weeks. It now numbers ton members,
and the un-to-date music is rendered
in a manner that delights all who hear
The beautiful ballad "Always," by
the author of "Because," is having a
great run, and no doubt will become as
popular as its sister song.
Mr. James W. Casey has accented
the position ns organist and choir mas?
ter at the York Street Catholic Church,
and entered on his duties Sunday.
The Y. M. C. A. Mandolin and Glee
Club met last night for practice at the
residence of Prof. W. H. Ward, corner
of Rose and Clalborne avenues.
CHANGE OF FAITH.
A YOUNG METHODIST MINISTER
UNITES WITH BAPTIST
Rev. Charles I. Stengle, the well
known young Methodist minister, un?
ited with Spurgeon Memorial Baptist
Church, Brnmbleton Ward, at tho close
of tho service Sunday morning and at
night ho was baptized. Mr. Stengle
preached at Spurgeon Memorial Sun?
day morning by invitation, and at the
dose of the sermon nrcsented himself
for membership, with the explanation
or his change of views respecting Infant
and adult baptism, as published In
Sunday morning's Virginian-Pilot. He
was unanimously elected a member of
Spurgeon Memorial, and at night, after
he had been baptized by Mr. Christie,
the church unanimously requested bis?
Immediate ordination as a minister of
the Bantist Church.
The ordination will, ns stated In Sun?
day's Issue of this paper, take place
next Sunday afternoon. The following
ministers have been invited to partici?
pate in the ceremony, which has been
ilxed for 4 o'clock in Spurgeon Memo?
rial Church: Rev. J. J. Taylor, D. D.,
of Freemason Street Baptist Church?
Rev. E. B. Hatcher, of the First Bap?
tist Church: Rev. J. J. Hall. D. D.. of
the Park Avenue Baptist Church: Rev.
E. E. Dudley, of the Central Avenue
Ban>Ust Church, and Rev. T. C. Skin?
ner, of the Berkley Avenue Baptist
At the Methodist preachers' weekly
meeting yesterday a letter from Mr.
Stengle was rend, Informing the min?
isters of his action and reason therefor.
Mr. Sleiifclc nttendeel tho Baptist
preachers' weekly meeting yesterday.
Tho article in Sunday's Vlrgininn
Pllot. foretelling what occurred at
Spurgeon Memorial during the day, at?
tracted several hundred people more
than could find seats In the building
SulixrrlpiInu? In St. VIiicoiiPh
Tho following subscriptions to St.
Vincent's Hospital rc-buildlng fund
were received by Treasurer Beanian
MeMenamen & Co., crab packers, of
Hampton, SJOO: Miss M. D. Milson, of
Norfolk, $3; Elias Ball, of Norfolk,
In the list of subscriptions raised by
the Fourth Ward committee it appear?
ed in Sunday's paper that E. J. White
contributed $1. Mr. White's subscrip?
tion wart $10. The Fourth Ward com?
mittee raised a handsome total, and
the members desire to thank Mr. John
J. Kelly for his able assistance in can?
vassing the ward. The committee was
composed of Messrs. .W. M. Rettew, A.
Hofheimer and C. F. Smith.
See top of page six.
Nenrty a Tbotmnnd vrafclie*.
Within the past two weeks Mr. F. H
Gale, the Norfolk Jeweler, and official
timekeeper for the Norfolk and West?
ern railroad, has sold employes of that
lino nearly one thousand watches. An
order recently Issued requires each em?
ploye to secure a new time piece and
Jeweler Gale is furnishing a large
See top of page six.
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Monticello, Granby street, Norf oik, .Va.
WATT, RETTEW & CLAY.
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come and see
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will come to?
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The "American Lady" de?
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ever thought possible to know.
She does not decry the
merits of other makes. In?
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Corsets, and to the most
sceptical women she proves,
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no other corsets possess
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When you buy corsets it is
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the corsets to your figure free
STYLE S2.?Short and medium waist?
A Corset conforming to the ligiirc;
following closely thi? curves of the
waist, and allowing the hips to
swell out suddenly. It also leaves
the bust uncompressed, avoiding
tho "pushed up" effect so unnat?
ural where a woman possesses n
surplus of flesh. White or drab
Jean, sat teen stripped, $i. Black
STYLE 1ST?Long Waist- made of
coultllo In white und drab, and
English saltcen In hliek. A par?
ticularly favorite corset with ladies
desiring comfort beauty of outline
and lasting qiialitlles at .1 rncdor
uto price, jl. Style 102? Extra long
waist?sumo In other respects as
style 1ST? $1.
STYLE 10S-Short und lorn: w.iLei?
the white and drab are made of ex?
tra quality Jean, and the H.i.'k <>(
flno English saltcen, all with tine
Battcen hone pockets having two
wide hones In each strip; hand?
somely omhroidered. J!.
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long waist?the original French
gored?needs no ''breaking In" ?
supplies the first principle: of good
dress, Iteduccs the apparent slzo
of the waist, producing an elegant
figure without any undue prossurb
?white and drab-41.
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$2, J2.D0. $3. J3.50 and 5 1.
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October 3, 4, 0, 0.
The Monticello Corner.
New H?tumn Dress Stuffs.
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color combination?the plaids
so popular?Venetian Cloth
? Camel's Hair and Rough
Scotch effects ? indeed the
ideal productions of American
and Foreign Mills.
Tfie new Suis ate Here
in tasty effects as well?the
sorts that are wanted by
women of fashion. Come
look them over and choose
from a display worthy, of this
At 17.CO. Blue. Black and Oxford Cloth,
nobby double breasted Jacket, scalloped
front; Jacket mercerised lined and Bktrt
pcrcallne lined and bound.
At $10.00. Black and Bluo Sorgo, fly
front, Reefer Suit, Jacket Rhadame lined, .
and habit back ektrt. pcrcallne lined.
At $12.50. Oxford, Grey and Bluo Home?
spun, and black and tan Venetian Suits;
extremely stylish and nobby; serai-tight,,
double breasted Jacket; silk serge lined,
new habit back Skirt, pcrcallno lined.
At $15.00. Black, Brown^ Navy and Steel
Venetian Suits, nobby, doublo breasted,,
semi-tight Jacket; scalloped all-around,
new Imitation Tunic Skirt.
At. $17.50. Grey, Blue and Oxford Home?
spun Suits, entirely now cut, nobby Jack? '
et. with Inlaid velvet collar and (lare
cuffs; Jacket scalloped all around; new
imitation Tunic Skirt.
And so on up to $t?.00 each.
All fitting' done by an ex?
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In Fall Jackets.
Our journals of fashion say
that Short Jackets will be ex?
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We've prepared ourselves?hy_
filliiig in full lines of the
choicest sorts of stylish jack?
ets. The racks aie packed and
hanging full ot these new
neat ? nobby ? cold-season
outer-garments. Proper fab?
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