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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3 AND 5/
"Washington, Oct. 19.?Weather fore?
cast for Friday and Saturday:
Virginia and North Carolina?Cloudy,
?with local rains Friday. Saturday
fair; light varlablo winds.
Norf oIK nuci VI ol ii Mr.
WEATHER FORECAST FOR
Fair; cooler; light northwest winds.
TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND
October 19', 1S99.
Maximum temperature . 77
Minimum temperature . 61
Normal temperature . 60
Departure from normal .plus 10
Departure from normal since Jan?
uary first .plus__G7
Rainfall in past 24 hours. 0
Rainfall since first of month.1.40
Mean relative humidity . S3
Rainfall in past 24 hours.'.'.0
Sun rises, 6:17 a. m.; sets/6:21 p. m.
Norfolk?High water, 9:50 a. m. and
10:16 p. m.; low water, 3:25 a. m. and
4:13 p. m.
Old Point?High water. 3:04 a. rri, anil
8:52 p. m.; low water, 3:04 a. m. and
8:52 p. m._
SMITH?At tho residence of her parents,
on Rrappahannock stroot.Lambcrt's Point,
at 6 a. m. October 19. 1S99.DORA ELLEN,
infant daughter of William and Mary B.
Smith, aged 1 year and 23 days.
Funeral services will be held at tho res?
idence THIS (Friday) MORNING at 10
o'clock. Friends und acquaintances aro
Invited to attend.
ROGERS?Suddenly. Thursday morn?
ing, October 19th, lSSO, at 7:15 a. m.. at
tho residence of her parents. No. Ill Rule,
street. ADELAIDE M. ROGERS, daugh?
ter of T. F. and Adelaide Rogers.
Funeral will tako pbico SATURDAY,
October 21st. at 12 o'clock m., from the
residence. Friends and acquaintance's In?
vited to attend. 21
CROCKER? At the residence or his
son-in-law, ,T. R. Goodson, No. 20<5 Drewer
street, Thursday, October 19, IK*'!), at 4 I),
m., RUFUS K. CROCKER, in the GOtli
? year of his use.
The funeral will tako place, from Ihe
residence THIS (Friday). AFTERNOON,
October 20, at 3 o'clock. Friends and ac?
quaintances respectfully invited to attend.
Portsmouth papers copy.
Monuments and Gravestones.
Tho selection of a suitable,
memorial in marble or gran,
ito can be readily made from
our stock, for wo carry tho
largest assortment of finished
deslRtis In the South.
THE GOUPER MARBLE WORKS
EmnblUliril fiO Year*.
ISO IG? Ijjmt? ?1. Wnrlolk, Vu.
K-\/r /-I "norfolk lodge no.
? i3A.V^. 125. KNIGHTS of TUB
MYSTIC CHAIN.?There will be a meet?
ing TO-NIGHT at 8 o'clock, for the pur
poso of conferring degrees and other very
JOSEPH STEBBINS, Jr.,
Picket-Buchanan Camp. o. Y.,
Norfolk. Oct. 20th, lSlfl.
ATTENTION, COMRADES?PLEA SR
meet at Hall THIS (Friday) AF?
TERNOON at 2 o'clock promptly to in?
tend tho. funeral from No. 208 Brewer
street, of our lato Comrade, RUFUS 8.
-CROCKER By order of
T. B. JACKSON, Adjutant._it
Norfolk, Vn., Oct 20. 1S9I?.
IMP'D O. R. MEN?CHIEFS AND
Brothers?You are requested to as
semblo at your wigwam THIS DAY at 2
o'clock sharp to attend the funeral of
our deceased Brother RUFUS K,
CROCKER Sister Tribes fraternally re?
quested to unite with us.
P. DICKSON, Sachem.
C. H. McCOY. C. of R. It
an linen bntn.
ACADEMY I ,m,OAY S#?n
In his latest and Greatest Creation,
"FREDERICK THE GREAT."
Prices. 25c, Me, 7?c. and $1.00.
ACADEMY I SS?.D4V-23
Engagement of air.
? BERT COOTE
The Comedian In his new Comedv,
-A BATTLE SCARRED HERO.
Hilariously funny; intensely interesting,
Prices?25, 60, 75c. and $1, oc2u-3t
AUDITORIUM THEATRE I
JAS. IYI. BARTON, Prop.
Only Vaudeville House
Playing High Class Acts.
?WHEN YOU WANT?
PURE AERATED MILK!
That is freo from taint, dirt or sediment
of any kind, and Is guaranteed to contain
4 per cent, butter fat. or if you want
That Is guaranteed to contain 25 per cent,
butter fat, call on
The City Dairy,
542 E. MAIN STREET
Phono 492. <
j>) 'BENNETT BROS, keep the finest line |
r) of Teas and Coffees in the city. \i
V Fox River Butter .27c.
jj> Elgin Butter .25e. J
rj Creamery Butter .2?c.
Coffee Roasted Daily. /i
I BENNETT BROS., |
|^^59 New Market Space, ^Jj
Wc are headquarters for all railrond
?watches. We carry the largest line In
the city. Call and see our stock and
learn prices. The Gale Jewelry Co.
Virginia Electric Company's Peti?
tion Discussed last Night.
The ?>r<llnniico Wni Generally I'nvors
ctl With lCxccpllou of Clnuto <;It
1 US' H>b Company uu Unlliitltctt
Frniiculso ? Ailjouruuil Without
A nicotine of the special committee
to consider the application of the Vir?
ginia Electric Company to run its elec?
tric light wires in conduits under
ground was held last night. There were
present Colonel Harry Hodges, chair?
man; Captain Tazewcll Taylor, Messrs.
C. H. Consolvo, H. V. Vail, W. P.
Oberndorfer, members of the Councils;
City Attorney Walter H. Taylor, City
Engineer W. T. Brooke, Messrs. Thorn
and Tunstall, counsel Tor the Virginia
Electric Compnny; Mr. Peter Wright,
superintendent of the company, und
Judge D. Tucker Brooke.
This petition of the Virginia Electric
Company was sent to the Councils two
or three months ago, accompanied by
an ordinance which the company re?
quested bo passed. The ordinance gives
the company the right to use the under?
ground condull system for an unlimited
time, and at last night's meeting ob?
jection was raised to this clause. Mr.
Thorn, speaking for the electric com?
pany, urgently requested that, this
clause go through without amendment.
Ho did not believe tin exacting policy
would pay the city.
Captain Tazewcll Taylor insisted that
some limit should be placed upon the
franchise, not unnecessarily to be taken
advantage of, but to protect the city.
He did not believe In giving perpetual
franchises. The ordinance granting the
telephone company the privilege of lay?
ing conduits has like restrictions; that
?is, Council Is given express authority
to repeal the franchise tit any time it
may think necessary.
Argument of the question on both
sides was heard, and the committee
held nn executive session. Tt was first
decided to pass the matter over until
after the meeting of the Common Coun?
cil, but Mr. Thorn math' a strong appeal
for early action, and the commiittcc was
edited together in executive session
neu in and?'adjourned without taking
action to next Thursday night.
The ordinance was generally favored
with Hie exception of the '.'lause giving
Ilcitili <il itlr. 11. Ii. Cr?cltr?r.
Mr. Huf us K. Croker, an old and
respected resident of Norfolk, depart?
ed this life at the home of Iiis son-in
law, Mr. John It. Goodson, No. 2081
Prower street, at I o'clock yesterday
afternoon, after an Illness which con
lined him lo his room and bed for llf
teen days. He was 05 years of use.
The deceased was born in Ibis city
anil had resided hero all his life. For
thirty-three years he w.ts in the ser?
vice or the Old Dominion Steamship
Company in tills city, lie was a gal?
lant Confederate soldier, having served
throughout the war in the United Ar?
tillery, returning home to his family
at the close of hostilities, and was a
member of Pickett-Buch-anaii Camp,
Co nfederato Veleraits.
Mr. Croker was a man of unostenta?
tious manners, of warm und generous
impulses, and a favorite with all who
knew him. Seven children survive him,
four daughters und three sons, as fol?
lows: Mrs. Elizabeth Humphries, Mrs.
Robert. I.awler. Mrs. John R. Goodson,
Mrs. it. I,. Matten, of Philadelphia,
Messrs. Cha'rles, Itufus and William
Croker, a 11 married.
The funeral will he held from the res?
idence of Mr. J. It. Goodson, 20S ?row?
er street, at :i o'clock this afternoon.
TI1E NORFOLK PROTESTANT HOS?
PITAL'S LECTURE COURSE.
The Board Of Managers of the Pro
l^iitnl H-vui'-il, -it ;h irf.-v.ul.il im . !?
ing' held yesterday, decided to extend
tho time for the lecture course until 12
o'clock Saturday. They ask thai nil
who desire joining will hand in their
names without delay, and that persons
having postals will sign and return
them nt once to the chairman, that the
names may be registered.
Twenty-live more names have been
addod t" the lift since yesterday. Only
Kir, more are needed. Surely thai num?
ber cuii and must be obtained before 12
o'clock Saturday morning, at which
hour the committee tiro requested to
meet In the parlors of the Montlccllo
Hotel for finiil consultation. Every
member is urged to be present.
The Juch concert takes place Friday,
October 27th?only onp week ?lt.
Oeiifli I.ovo? a Nhlnlne .llurk.
The sudden and untimely demise of
Miss Adelaide M. Rogers, oldest daugh?
ter of Mr. and Miw. Theodore F.
Rogers, at the home of her parents.
No. Ill Bute streift, at 7:15 a. in. yes
lerday, has caused a pang1 of sorrow
throughout her extensive circle of ac?
quaintances in this city, by whom she
was held in tiie highest esteem. Mlsa
Rogens had been on a visit to New
York and returned to her home Wed?
nesday, and was taken ill on her home?
ward trip. Few young ladies were
more popular than tho deceased. Her
sudden removal from earth is ;i sad
and severe affliction to her bereaved
parents, by Whom she was idolized. The
obsequies will be announced later.
Concert ill linn Heel I n.
The noted Temple Male Quartette, of
Wilmington, Del., will sing at the Mon
ticello to-night from 7:30 to S:"0 o'clock.
The nubile is invited to attend- It is
probable that Mr. Bartlett, the noted
Delnwaro elocutionist, will favor the
audience with several selections.
I'.tcii,hIoii in Ittclittionil,
ft: on IInnii?I Trip. 8I.OO.
VIii <'. A O. Itiillnny "?hikIii.v. ?e?. 23ml
Chesapeake and Ohio steamer Louise
will leave Portsmouth 6:30 a. m.j Nor?
folk, 7:00. connecting at Newport News
with special fast train. Returning train
will leave Richmond at 7:00 p. in. Ex?
cursion tickets will be honored only on
special train between Newport News
ntul Richmond of October 22d. ocIS-lt
English nnve'tles in fine suitings and
.trouserings tailored by Rudolph! & Wel
lace. They are sure to win fa .'or.
Look out for Hostcr'sWelncr.
GUIDED BY MAGIC.
R. L. SEAY IN SEARCH OF ROOM?
Tho following, which may prove in?
teresting to some of the readers of tho
Virglnlan-Pllot, Is taken from the New?
port News Press of yesterday:
"Yesterdny there came to the station
house looking for the Chief of Police a
gentleman by the name of R. L. Seay,
of Huntcrsville, a suburb of Norfolk.
Mi\ Seay wns looking for his erstwhile
room-mate, an individual called by the
name of Frank Clifford, by occupation
a boat cook. The two young men had
roomed together for some time in amity,
and all would still be going well had
not Mr. Seay Tuesday missed $63 from
his trunk. His suspclon at once fell
upon his room-mate, and this suspicion
was naturally strengthened when Clif?
ford did not appear at his lodging house
Hint night. ,
"Mr. Seay declares that he is not nat?
urally superstitious, nor does he be?
lieve in dreams and prognostications:
nevertheless, partly from curiosity and
partly out of un abundance of caution,
ho consulted a clairvoyant who hap?
pened to be doing business in his berg.
"Strangely enough, and much to Mr
Scay's surprise, this woman described
the theft to him, drew a word photo?
graph of Clifford, even down to a small
scar on his face, and then informed her
client that the man he wanted would
come to Newport News. Mr. Seay went
at once to the Norfolk police authori?
ties, but they gave him cold comfort,
anil, according to Mr. Seay, refused to
render him any assistance. Thereupon,
putting several amateur photographs of
his room-mate in his pocket, he came
on over to Old Point, where he found a
pilot to whom Clifford had talked. From
Old Point Mr. Seay traced Iiis man to
Newport. News und then culled on Chief
Ha r wood, who readily rendered him all
tho asslstanco in his power.
"Tho police were put on the trail of
the missing man and they hoard of him
at several points, but failed to find him.
At the ship-yard gate it was stated that
Clifford had boon there, and in tho
course of a conversation, had an?
nounced that he was going to leave the
city on a freight train during the night.
This Is what he probably did, for had
he remained in the city ho would cer?
tainly have been caught.'!
DAUGGTERS OF CONEDERACY.
DELEGATES AND ALTERNATES TO
STATE CON V ENTI ON.
Plckott-Buchnnan Chapter, Daugh?
ters of the Confederacy, of this city, has
elected the following delegates and al?
ternates la the convention which con?
venes In Rlchmod next month:
Mrs. Charles Elliott, chairman; Mrs.
Philip Yen t man, alternate.
Mrs. Washington Taylor, Mrs. I. P.
Mrs. Francis Williamston Smith, Mrs.
Walter H. Doyle, alternates.
Mrs. ,T. F. Cecil, Miss Emily Doyle,
Mrs. Frank A. Walke, Mrs. Thomas
Mrs. W. P. Knrrou, Miss Jennie Drew
Miss Let a Serpell, Miss Carrie Wat?
Miss Jennie Tucker. Mrs. It. W- Sliul
Miss Lulle Payne, Mrs. Sam Lloyd,
Miss M. Umstadter, Miss * Annie
Miss Mary L. Leigh, Mis.-* Mabel
Si. Vincent's ll??|>|?al flniicfit
The Entertainment Committee of Nor?
folk Council No. 36<i Knights of Colum?
bus, arc sparing neither Urne nor pains
to make their first grand concert, which
Is* to be given on tho 25th instant, at
1 the Academy of Music for the benefit of
the re-building fund of St. Vincent's
Hospital, a success, both from a musi?
cal and financial standpoint.
The tickets u:v now In the bands of
the committee, and Judging from the
large number already disposed at tho
Academy will certainly be nacked on
the night of the performance.
Notwithstanding the price of admis?
sion, which has been placed at ill) cents,
including reserved seat, wo feel confi?
dent, owing to tho class of talent se?
cured, to be enabled to present an en?
tertainment second to none of its kind
that has ever been given in our city.
Tickets can also be secured at Vlckery
i'll.'.-. Hr!;i,r.n' drug ?> illld lltlllli'
Mlnor Company's, and they will lie ex?
changed for reserved scats, without
extra charge, on presentation at box
oilier, Academy of Music, on dav of
entertainment. Box oflice oucns at 9
A Frncdiro of III*. M.tili Itesiills In
A coroner's Inquest was held yester?
day afternoon on William Hopcraft, a
white man, who died at St. Vincent's
Hospital Wednesday nisht. from inju?
ries received by falling through the
hatchway of tho barge General MeClel
l-an, at Lambert's Point. The verdict of
the jury was that the deceased came
to bis deatli by a fracture of the skull,
caused by the fall, of about eighteen
The deceased was a seaman und who
burled yesterday afternoon in the sea?
man's square iii Elm wood cemetery.
Rev. J. B. Merritt. chaplain of Sea?
men's Bethel, conducted the funeral
That Joyful Fooling.
With the exhilarating sense of renewed
health and strength and internal clean?
liness, which follows the use of Syrup
of Figs, Is unknown to the few 'who
have hot progressed beyond the old
lime medicines and i'uo cheap substi?
tutes sometimes offered but never ac?
cepted by the well-informed. Buy t^he
genuine. Manufactured by the Cali?
fornia Fig Syrup Co.
Nireel Piirnile HI 10 O'clock.
A most unique, novel and interesting
street* parade is that given by Prof.
Gentry's Famous Dog and Pony Show,
which will exhibit ni the Ball Park to?
day and to-morrow at 2:30 and 8 a. lu?
ll Is quite a lengthy procession, It being
made up of an elaborate and gorgeous
band chariot, drawn by eight beautiful
little ponies; a miniature lire depart?
ment, consisting of engines, hook and
ladder and hose reel fnll of which are
used in the great fire act 'In the show);
beautiful littl" cages, tableau wngons.
chariots and Pinto and Satan, two of
tho smallest performing elephants in
tho world. The parade will leave the
show grounds at 10 o'clock, passing
through the principal streets, and all
the little animals, which are almost
human-like in their intelligence, enn be
seen to great advantage. oc20-lt
The best European mnkos would not
look well if poorly tailored. To be cor?
rectly attired place your order with
RUDOLPHI & WALLACE.333 Main St.
NEWS OF THE COURTS
Lewis Moody, Check Flasher, En?
ters a Plea of Guilty.
II? Gcli off win. Two Tear* In (lie
l'oiiltentlnry?Ilia Pnl Tat to bo
Trled-Tttreo Bailors Natural IbciI
V. 8. Court.
Lewis Moody, aged about 23 years,
the brother of an Atlanta banker, was
arraigned in the Corporation Court yes?
terday on the charge of forgery.
Through Ills attorney, Mr. William
Simpson, ho pleaded guilty, and was
given the minimum sentence?two years
in the penitentiary.
Moody, with Frank H. Smith, also of
Atlanta, passed several forged checks
on Norfolk firms several weeks ago.
The checks were for about $10 each.
A second indictment ugalnst Moody
was nolle prosequicd Smith wit be
tried this week. .
THIRTY DAYS AND ONE CENT.
Emma Foster, colored, indicted for
breaking into the house of William
Brickhouse. colored. In Hardy's lane,
was tried and sentenced to one month
In jaiil and lined one cent.
The indictment for housebrenklng
against Nancy Spence was quashed.
These deeds of bargain nnd sale wore
admitted to record in the Clerk's olllce:
Eliza F. Sou thall. Charles Sharp,
'trustee, and Joseph D. McCarrlck, to A.
P. Jones, R. D. Nichols nnd E. R.
Joynes, trustees, of Norfolk Lodge. No.
38, B. P. O. Elks, lot with Improve?
ments ut Hie corner of Plume street
and Martin's lane, fronting 2:) feet on
the south side of Plume street and run?
ning 127 feet southwardly along Mar?
gin's lane; $10,000?$3,000 cash and $7,
000 secured by deed of trust.
Jessie 13. Townsend to Tazewcll Tay?
lor, strip of land fronting two feet six
inches on the north side of Alexander
Marriage licenses were Issued yes?
terday to these couples:
George Francis Mayer Williamson
and Ida May Porter.
Austin Cryer and Bonnie Leo Mills,
THREE SAILORS NATURALIZED.
Three sailors front the IT. S. S. Texas
?one of them an Englishman wtltll the
renowned name of William Thackeray,
one u Swede, E. R. Quant, and the
other a Norwegian, Michael Heiland,
were granted naturalization papers in
the United States Court yesterday.
They were all Intelligent young men.
nnd remarked that the payment of $1
fee was very cheap In comparison with
the benefits derived from American cit?
izenship. The sailors have seen live
years' service each In the American
navy, and are consequently thoroughly
"HAMPTON ROADS" LIBEL SUIT.
The libel case of A. N. 'Marshall,
owner of the tug Snllle vs. the Old Do?
minion Steamship Company, owners of
the steamer Hampton Roads, occcuplod
nearly all day yesterday before judge
Waddlll, and the evidence is not yet
Captain Marshall claims that Hie Sal?
ine was sunk by suction of quick water
made by the Hampton Road's pro?
peller while passing it in the. narrow
channel of Hampton Creek last Oc?
tober. He asks for $2,000 damages.
The ease hinges largely upon the ques?
tion as to which vessel was llrst In the
creek, each claiming the precedence.
The libellant Is represented by Attor?
neys W. B. Barton nnd Charles Sharp,
nnd the defendants by Hughes & Little.
Expert testimony of a number of mas?
ters of ybasels was introduced to show
that the Hampton Roads could have
caused the sinking of the Sallie, as
claimed. The defendants also intro?
duced evidence of tills kind In rebuttal.
L. L. Anderson, of Newport News,
was admitted to practice law in tili.-?
POLICE COURT MELANGE.
Grace Skinner, colored, maintaining a
health nuisance, was levied on for $4.
Peter Colcman, colored, was also
charged WTO! maintaining a health nui?
sance, and was required to pay $3.50.
Nat Fuller, colored, suspected of re?
ceiving stolen goods, will be tried this
Charles Abbolt, the stranger who was
fined $5 In the Police Court Wednesday
morning for stealing an inkstand from
Vlckery & Co., was given a rehearing
and discharged from custody.
Carter Poarman, colored, had a se?
rious charge ngainst him, nnd if it had
been proven i'arter would probably
have spent a long vncatlon behind bars
?iron bars. He was charged with nb
ducting one Bertha Thompson, colored.
The evidence fell fiat, however, and
Pear man wns given his liberty.
The charge against Dr. Schlesinger of
obtaining S7.r>0 from Alex. Anderson on
false pretences was given a hearing and
lqiilimicni of Snvitl Ite?crTC?i,
Tile Second Division of Naval Re?
serves met at the Armory last night
and received their new uniforms- The
other two divisions received their uni?
forms night before last. The Reserves
have had only a few uniforms since
the beginning of the war with Spain, at
which time they were compelled to
turn over the greater part of their
equipment to the Government.
The Reserves had to advance the
money to get their uniforms, hut they
will be reimbursed by the State. Seven?
ty-live Lee magazine rifles nnd other
ordnance equipment has arrived for the
Reserves. These are furnished by the
Federal Government. The uniforms are
very handsome, and of good material.
Across the caps are these words: "Va.
?Siren?Vs." The middle word desig
j nates the Reserves' ship.
Hale of BnlKtliiri? Von!nonoil.
The sale of the buildings condemned
by the city of Norfolk for the opening
of Tripoli street, which was to have
taken place Thursday, October 19, ISM,
.at 11 .o'clock a. m., on the grounds,
has been postponed until Thursday, No?
vember 2, 1S99, same place and hour.
\ S+xr ITn?lertnk<i.sr ''?InhllHIinieiii
has been opened by Thomas Scott's
Sons & Co., at No. 36 Charlotte street.
Funeral'orders will receive prompt at?
tention day or night. Mr. George J.
McDermott, manager. Southern Bell
'phone No. S97. ocl?-tf
Watch for Roster's Welncr.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 5
WATT, RETTEW & CLAY.
WATT, RETTEW & CLAY.
In Men's Goods.
Here are a-half-dozen bargains in Men's Goods that show
a very decided saving- at the newly little prices.
Odd lot of Men's Suspenders?5c.
Odd lot of Men's Fleece Lined
ribbed Shirts and Drawers?re?
gular 50c. grade, at 39c each.
Odd lot of Men's Merino Drawers
?25 c. each.
Men's Hennsdorf Black Sox with
white soles?the 25c grade at
15c. a pair.
Our White Shirts at 39c are ex?
ceptionally good?as good as
most stores offer at half dollar.
Regular 10c. grade gray and brown
mixed Sox, at 5c. a pair.
Odd lot of Children's regular 17c.
grade fast black, tine rib Stock?
ings?full fashioned foot, double
heel and toe?to go at 2 pair lor
25c Sizes 6 and 6}i only.
Odd lot of Children's toe Seam?
less Stockings?tine rib, fast
black?to co at 5c. a pair. Sizes
5, 5) i and <5.
Ladies' Seamless and cut foot, ab?
solutely Fast Black Stockings
odd sizes?5c a pair.
Ladies' Full Seamless, absolutely
fast black stockings?odd sizes
??two pair for 15c.
Short lengths of satin edge Gros
Grain and All-silk Satin Ribbons,
\. in various widths, priced as fol?
lows :?5c a yard for the 8 and
10c ribbons?10c. a yard for
the 12}4 and 15c ribbons?
I2y4c. a yard for the 17c and
20c ribbons?15c a yard for
the 22 and 25c. ribbons.
Mercerized Italian Cloth?3S inches
wide?looks like silk. Black
and all the wanted colors?ex?
cellent for lining jackets and
skirts and for making under?
skirts. ? Offered elsewhere as a
bargain at 39c, here at 33c. a yd.
Misses' Golf Capes?new.
We are just in receipt of a splendid line of Golf Capes
for misses, from 6 to 16 years. Misses' Golf Capes are ex?
ceedingly rare and we count ourselves fortunate in beingable
to announce this excellent line of rich plaids?fringed hoods?
at $5 each.
BRIDAL PRESENTS. STERLING SILVER
Another large invoice of Sterling Silver Fancy Pieces for Bridal
Presents. Berry Spoons, Salad Spoons, Salad Forks, Tomato Serv?
ers, Gravy Ladles, Jelly knives and other fancy pieces, all new de?
signs, for ?t?Cjf.OO'each. Also a fine line of
STERLING PIECES FROM $1.25 to $2.25 Each
Nice presents. An elegant line of Gold and enameled Fancy Pieces
from $4.00 to $6.00.
CH?PM?N & J?KEM?N.
EYE SPECIALIST EYE SPECIALISTS.
Drs. SHOPLAU6H &, SHELLEY
(Eye,Specialists! late of Baltimore, Mtl.), are located permanently with us
for the CORRECTION OF DEFECTIVE VISION. -They are tirst-class
in their profession and guarantee satisfaction. Examination free. Anyone
unable to call at the store can have die Doctor call by dropping a postal
GHflPMflN k JMLM?,_
Cor. Main aud Bank Streets.
Wedding Presents, g
or handsome tableware In Ute most dp
artistic and latest designs !n dinner ?
ware and leu sets.
You can choose from the richest and
choicest variety tljli has ever been
displayed In ihe city.
We have everything for Bridal Gifts
tu Jewelry and an elegant assortment
of l-'.mey Rings. Brooch Pius.
Watches, etc., suitable for the small?
est to Hie most elaborate gifts.
Our display Is worthy in" vuur at?
D. P, PAUL,
JEWELER. 228 Main Street.
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Buy Now, Before Stock is Exhausted. \
:.' ;t car-load Ik nearly sold and f
ri<'? 01" mntciial has risen about 1W \
.?in., so our future price on J
Gas Ranges \
rrlll have to be materially in. rcascd. It
will piy 10 huy now at J7.S0, thus saving
in price of stovo and coat o( gas used
Kor neany sixty years have ?>een beioro
the public, and have attained world-wide
reputation for great durability, workman?
ship und artistic finish. Sold direct from
factory. Write for our beautifully Illus?
trated catalogue and easy plan.
CHAS. M. STIEFF
Montlcello, Granby street, Norfolk. Vs.
FOR COUGHS & COLDS
Trotters coiigl. eure
A Guaranteed Remedy. ??
Money refunded if not satisfactory..'
Trotter's Druo Store,
388 Main street'toft Churoh.