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VIRGINIAN - PILOT.
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(VIRGINIAN AND PILOT PUBLISHING
KORFOLK VIRGINIAN AND DAILY PILOT
(Consolidated March. 1S3S.>
Entered at the Postofflo.e at Norfolk.
IVa., as eecund-closs matter.
OlrFICE: PILOT EUILDINO,
T?TY HALL AVENUE,
ALBERT II. GHANDY,
President, Managing Editor and Business
(WILLIAM S. WILKINSON.Treasurer
L.UC1AN D. STARKE, JR.Secretary
R. E. TURNER.
Superintendent r.nd Advertising Manager.
Til K Ml I I.M i l'llll I'OfV.
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TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1900.
. For President,
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN
ADLAI E. STEVENSON
SURELY NOT IN EARNEST.
The harbor of Norfolk, Portsmouth
and Berkley has ever been the pride
of the people of this port. Not only
la this so regarding Its beauty, but
nioro particularly on account, of its
great advantages, both In winter nnd
summer, from a commercial stand?
point. When the harbor of New York
and Brooklyn is sealed with Ice, ships
. never once cease coming to this port.
Nature, then, hits given us much, while
tho United States Government lias
i done its part. If one should attempt
, to stop up tho harbor In tiny way, even
. temporarily, the indignation that would
! follow can easily be pictured nnd
Imagined. The good people of the three
i.cities would rise up in arms nt such an
Intrusion and at such a stroke at the
i very life of the commercial importance
' of tho three cities.
It is without difficulty, then, that one
stands dumbfounded at the proposition
of the Norfolk and "Western Railroad
Company to htilld its Lambert's Point
Piers further into the river. Hud the
proposition not been made to the Har?
bor Commissioners in due form, it Is
?with difficulty that one could consider
it otherwise than a practical joke in?
tended to create a stir In the three
cities. Wo hesitate to view it from this
point, slncii a great corporation, de?
pending upon the good will of the city
for valuable nnd lucrative exclusive
privileges, would hardly Joke at the
post of its popularity.
One is somewhat at rt loss to under?
stand the application under all the cir?
cumstances. That the Norfolk nnd
(Western seriously believes that the
Board of Harbor Commissioners, and
the people of Norfolk, Portsmouth and
Berkley, would entertain for a mo?
menta proposition to narrow the chan?
nel of the river borders so near upon
tho ridiculous as to suggest trilling,
Sind to create a suspicion in the minds
?f tho sensible people that the Norfolk
and Western has a poor estimate of
tho practical sense of the Board of
IHarbor Commissioners and the people
of .this triune port.
t^Many peculiar, but not damaging,
propositions are exposed and shown up,
(but seldom la common sense outraged,
and the sanity of the people brought
Into question, as Is done by this propo
The partial removal of the structure
inow erected la in order, and should
: promptly be considered. The present
^pler creates a congestion by throwing
nil sailing and steam craft into the
main channel, besides causing to fill up
that portion of the river between the
pier and Fort Norfolk. Water traf?
fic of the Port to-day Is ten times what
it was years ago. und thousands of
dollars arc being spent to Increase It.
How can It be Increased If the harbor
and channel is to bo stopped up at the
point Where Ingress and egress Is had.
Undoubtedly German-Americans are
? opposed to militarism. All tho same, If
v.ill be just plain Americans who will
settle this question of Empire or Ite
May be Secretary Hay's cession of
Alaskan territory to Great Britain is
merely another case of man's willing?
ness to be generous?with what don't
belong to him I
GETTING BEYOND EXECUTIVE
There will have to ho an end of the
pretense of peace while war and pre?
parations for war go actively forward.
That is evidently the opinion at Wash?
ington. It will not be surprising,
therefore, if a special session of Con
giess Is called, and that Shortly. Mr.
Hay has plainly grown more bellicose
than at any lime since tho war began.
There are indications also that the Ad?
ministration thinks the struggle has
reached a magnitude beyond the capa?
city of the forces It finds Itself able to
spare from Cuba, this country and the
Philippines. That being the ease, there
Is nothing for it hut to swallow Its
cherished ambition to play a free hand
with crowned heads, and summon Con?
gress to increase the army. For It would
not do to seek to Increase the army by
subterfuge just before a Presidential
This summoning of Congress and in?
creasing the army would not he an un?
mixed evil, from the McKinley point of
view. He wanted a bigger army than
Congress gave him, it will be recalled.
Tho present emergency would be his
opportunity, it is likewise to be re?
membered that in a little over :i year
the time of 3?,000 volunteers, now (ln
the Philippines, expires. Despite the
fact that General Otis made an end of
the "Insurrection" several times be?
fore leaving Manila, it would be Im?
possible to get along without those fir,.
000 soldiers or ?Ubers to relieve them.
Where these troops would come front
has been n problem. If Congress
should authorize the enlistment of. say,
another 100,000 men for service In
China, the problem would be solved.
The war in China, if the Powers stick
together,' would be over by tho time
these Philippine volunteers are mus?
tered out, und a part of the army in
China could be used to replace them.
Congress may, therefore, he asked to
take a hand in the war Mr. Mi Kinley
has begun In China, though he un?
doubtedly will call an extra session
with regret. He was too well pleased
to he rid of the regular session with
Its majority blunders that smacked of
PEACE TO GENERAL ROSSER.
Gen. Thomas I.. ftosser seems to
have felt that something more wns re?
quired of him than blushing for tho
South because it had not seen lit to
grow happy, prosperous and fat under
tho benign sway of the Republican
party, represented in this section by
as precious a lot of Incompetents and
place-hunters as the world knows.
With this not unnatural feeling up?
permost, General Rosscr has supple?
mented hl3 amazing letter to Teddy
Roosevelt, announcing his formal con?
version to Republicanism, with a more
extended und less choleric statement of
his reasons for a change of faith.
A careful reading of this statement
is likely to convince nny Virginian
who felt aggrieved or Incensed at the
first letter that General Rosscr's
deliverances are to be viewed with
charily rather than resentment. lie
Is a man Who did the State nnd
the South service when, us he says,
"Issues were tried by hall and bayo?
net." He proclaims himself "proud of
the ugly scars" earned in the conflict.
That Is much, nnd we are of the optn
lon that It is not to he forgotten be?
cause General Rosscr has reached the
period whe n Ideas arc Incoherent, and
that ho has reached that period his
several deliverances In tho premises
show dearly enough.
What the reasons of it are, it would be
ungracious to Inquire, hut it Is plain
that General Rosscr presents that sad?
dest of spectacles, an old man unquiet
under disappointment and cherishing
a grievance that ho Is impotent
to wipe out. Tho unkind and un
gerorons things he? lias felt called to
say of the best people of his own State
nnd section are, therefore, to be re?
garded rather as the complaints of Ir?
responsible querulousncss, than an tho
utterances of deliberate malignity. It
would be cruel then, not to hope that
General Itosser may Hud in his new
alliance, medicament for wounded
pride or disappointed ambition
IS HON. JOHN HAY HYPNOTIZED?
The proposition of Hon. John Hay to
surrender to England without further
protest, and without the formality of
an arbitration tribunal to determine
the merits of the question, the strip of
Alaskan territory which has hen In
dispute since the discovery of gold
made It of possible value, is not any?
where meeting with approval. The
territory has been under the control of
the United Stales since Alaska was
taken over by purchase from Russia,
and now Mr. Hny wants to hand it to
England as a free gift, and does not
oven take his countrymen Into his con?
fidence by a statement of his reasons.
So thorough-paced a Republican news?
paper as the New York Sun calls .Mr.
Hay down. It says:
"The fdzc of the strip which it is
proposed to yield is not a matter 01
much consequence. As a matter ol
fact perhaps from twelve to HfUcch
hundred square miles are included.
"Nor does it make a great difference
that tho line is described as temporary
ami provisional. It will be regarded
everywhere as a preparation for for?
mal cession hereafter.
"Fuller explanations than hive yet
been vouchsafed by the State Depart?
ment are desirable.
"We consider It a duty lo inform
Secretary Hay that Amerlcau senti?
ment is not likely to tolerate compro?
mise lines that mark off to any Euro?
pean l'owcr, however friendly we may
he to that Power, any portion of Amer?
Has Sir Julian Pauncefote hypno?
tized Hon. John Hay? Is our distin?
guished Secretary of Stato tho Trilby
of tlie International concert? Ills ab?
ject submission to the will of Sir Julian I
Pauncofot? wherever American Inter?
ests clash with those of England, al?
most warrant the assumption that he |
Is under hypnotic duress.
The theory of Sheridan P. Head, ex
consul at Shanghai, that the Empress
Dowager and her court hits lied to the
trnnsmontalno city of Slgnonfu, taking
the ministers as hostages, and causing
the conflicting reports to be spread for
tho purpose of delaying the Powers Is
Ingenious and even plausible. Mr.
Read says the Empress has long con
templated moving her capital from Pe
kin to Slgnonfu, distant 35 days from
Pckln. When the Powers demand
explanation of this kidnapping of the
ministers they will lie told that It was
impossible to get them through to Tien
Tain, or to protect them longer in
The man who did not have time In
his youth to study history and geogra?
phy has a great advantage now. He
can take a fresh st?rt in the news?
papers without the necessity of for?
getting u stock of information that Is |
The campaign poet should not be
punished for his campaign poetry?he
is doing the best he can.?St. Louis |
Which is, by far, the crudest thlnr
that has )'? en said of him.
Tom Rend is teaching Mark Hanna|
what tin immoral* thing it is to buy
the delegates of a man who is a good]
hater and has a knack for doing sar?
And now Hon. Lemuel KM Qulgg has
been completely nulgged out of New
York politics. Poetic justice has been
swift in his rase.
many Remedies Had Failed
Dr. Fii?ij Succeeded.
I have been a sufferer from CATARRH
tor a long time, and HAVE TRIED
MANY REMEDIES AND HAVE BEEN
TREATED BY good PHYSICIANS
WITHOUT RECEIVING MUCH, IK
ANY. BENEFIT. I had VERY PA D
STOMACH TROUBLE, which CAU8ED
ME TO LOOSE FLESH, to be DESPON?
DENT. i" have NERVOUS HEADACHES
and GIDDINESS, which would cause me
to fall. I nlno SUFFERED WITH MY
HEART AND FREQUENT MUCUS DIS?
CHARGES FROM MY BOWELS. Tho
beb hing sour stomach and heartburn
were very bod. COULDN'T SWALLOW
MORE THAN A FEW MOUTHFUL8
BEFORE THE HEARTBURN WOULD
BEGIN. 1 catlghl cold from the least ex?
posure. BO that I HAD A COLD NEARLY
ALL THE TIME.
My nose was m> tender above the bridge
that u.-ing a handkerchief was painful.
MY SLEEP WAS RESTLESS and broken
by PAD DREAMS.and WHEN I WOULD
LIE DOWN THE DROPPING OF MU?
CUS IN MY THROAT WOULD KEEP
ME AWAKE AN HOUR OR MORE. Tho |
ringing In my ears was very annoying.
An unusually revere attack of the. bowel
trouble drove mo to consult Dr. Piny,
in Ftroy staled that I had CATARRH
OF NOSE. THROAT. STOMACH AND
BOWELS. 1 BEGAN To IMPROVE AT
ONCE UNDER ins TREATMENT. THE
MPCPS DISCHARGES CEASED. Till:
HEARTBURN DISAPPEARED. 1 FEEL
IN EXCELLENT SPIRITS, APPETITE
GOt >i'. SLEEP SOUND AND REFRESH*
|vg. No HEADACHES, No DROPPING
IN THE THROAT, NO COLDS, ALL
SORENESS ABOUT THE N08E HONK,
BOWELS ALL RIGHT, NO BUZZING IN
THE EARS. IN FACT. I FEEL LIKE
ANOTHER MAN. HAVE GAINED li
POUNDS IN WEIGHT and I urge :mv
one suffering from Catarrh to try Dr.
CHAR. N. FOREMAN,
21S Windsor Ave., Norfulk.
Rooms " nnd 1 No. 374 Main street, over
"The Hub." Specialties?CATARRH and j
nil diseases of Eye, Kar, Nose, Tlirout,
Chest and Stomach.
Hours, !> n. m. to 12:30 p. nv; 2 p. m. to
C p. m, .Sunday hours. 10:30 n. m. to 13
p. in. Tuesday night, Thursday night and |
Saturday night, 7:li p. ni. to t>:li p. m
CONSULTATION ALWAYS FREE.
Medicines furnished. Terms moderate.
Ey< < examined fur glasses fiuo of |
This is the season when in?
sects of all kinds are most
abundant any worrying.
Sticky Fly Paper
Poison Fly Paper,
New Insect Powder
Patent Medicines at Cost.
in in i St.,
2^6 MAIN STREET.
Norfolk Iron Works,
GEO. W. DUVAL & CO,
NO. 15 WATER STREET. NORFOLK.
ENGINES. BOILERS. SAWMILL nnd
nil K:n ! i .: machinery or tho most Im?
proved pattern*. Ali>o repairing at Iii?
Shortest noi.ee. Particular attention to
steamboat work. DUVaL'S PAT?NT
BOILER TUBE FERRULES arc the.
Only perfect remedy for leaky boiler
tubes. They can be Inserted In a lew
i. i i b/ any engineer, uud *rs w*l"
ranted to i :. .> leaks.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
A Private School for Boys
Constant review work characterizes
th?? entire course. For two years
after taking up the subject* of Alge?
bra uu<l Geometry, weekly reviews
are given In Arithmetic. Throughput
the entire course weekly exercises
in KnRlish composition are insisted
upon and especial attention is paid
to LABORATORY work In Chemis?
try In the V and VI Forms.
One college president in Virginia
lias staled that the best prepared
Ftudents thai enter his college conio
from the Norfolk Academy.
Catalogues at all the leading bock
stores. For personal Interview the Prin?
cipal Jill !>?? found hi the school bulbil ..;
On Hindi street until August 1st and after
September 12th, from l'J a. m. to 12:30 p.
JOHN F. BLACKWELL, A. M.,
JPJY WflSHIKBTOH COLLEGE.
FOR YOUNG WOMEN AND GIRLS.
Thorough and complete course of study.
English Branches. Languages. Art. Music, Elocution
...and Physical Culture...
Session will begin SEPTEMBER 26th.
Mise Virginia Reynolds, Principal.
For ?dher Information address care 1".
O. Ilex .',\ Norfolk. Va.
For personal Interview nfter September
the 1st call at the Mary Washington <'ol
lege, cerner ei' Qranby street ami College
I "luce. Norfolk. Jy20-2m
EMORY AND HENRY COLLEGE,
Procres.dve college. Thorough Instruc?
tion. Fncultv of specialists. High stan?
dard. Unequalled literary societies.
Healthful ?innate. Elevation 2.1t?l feet.
Large ami beautiful grounds for all out?
door sports. Very moderate expenses.
For catalogue address PROF. J. L. JAR
MAN, Secretary. JylU-liu
J SUFFOLK COLLEGE, |
SUFFOLK, VA. ?
% FOR QI RLS AND YOUNG 5
? LADIES. Z
? FOUNDED IN 1869. *
Z LOCATION-Beautiful. In a re- *
? fined, hospitable, religious commu?
te nlty of high intellectual culture.
tm BUILDINGS?Largo and comfor
tt table, with all modern appliances.
? ADVANTAGES ? Home Lifo,
? Christian influences and thorough
? COURSE OF BTUDY?Compre
'^c hcnslvc in every respect, and in In
2 strumeiltal and Vocal Music equal
Je in breadth and thoroughness to
2 TEACHERS?Among the fore?
st most In the land; earnest, cnthu- ?
2 si.otic specialists. ?
2 REPUTATION Fully established *
$ during a .? uccessful career of twen- ?
AC ty-lllne years. K
2 KXFKNSI'.s-The lowest posslblo. ?
2 TESTIMONIALS of the highest %
2 order, *
J DIPLOMAS of graduation award- *
2 cd to full ad talcs. t
2 For catalogue and particulars ad- 1|
2, dress \
% SALLY A. FIN NEY, 2
*; Box 38b, SulfolU. Va.
2 JyO-trelO j
College of William and Mary
Two hundred ami eighth session.
1st. Full Normal Course, board. Includ?
ing fuel, lights and washing, $10 a month
No tuition fees for STUDENTS In NOR?
I'd. Fall Collegiate Course.
Session begins first Thursday In Octo?
ber. Send for Catalogue.
LYON G. TVl.Kli, M. A.. LL. D.
Opens its SSth cession Sept. Hull. 1900, with neeom
modatlona fer 'i-i.l Ynimu Linne? (boarder*)
Mofacera and Machen, Eclectic ay Mam. Diplomas
ure awarded In ull departments. Department*
presided over by I'nlvei ~ltv arndnnles, I ",
cated in it n sloa oranrpaaalng beauty and redolent
of health, it in,ml water*, sulphur aud l ualy.
beute. Apply lor I'litiilnifiH' in
I'll A*. JL, t'OCKK.Miipi.. llollina, Vu.
EPISCOPAL HIGH SCHOOL
L. M. BLACKFORl), M. A., Principal.
For RnvA T,!rco miles from Aloxan
TUr DOytJ. ?,,,, Vn., and eight fron,
Washington, 1?. C.
The tV'd year opens S,-pt.-mb. r Iii. 1910.
Catalogue sent on application to the
Principal at Alexandria, Va.
But bear In mind the fait that If
you want carefully built servicea?
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES *
& DELIVERY WAGONS,
our repository Is the place to get
We make I hem and know just
how good they are. ?
A. WRENN~& SONS
Llbby Veal Loaf. 1 pounds cans.20 c.
I.tbby Hnm Loaf. 1 pound cans.20 c.
l.ibbv Beef Loaf. 1 pound cans.20 c.
Llbby Cottage I .oat, 'a pound cans. .10 ,-.
Llbby Slleeil Bacon. 1 pound cans-23 c.
'.' pound cans RonSI Beef.L'O c.
liest quality Mustard Sardines.10 c.
2 pound inns whole Ox Tongue.65 O,
1 pound cans Lunch TongUC.10 c
Fine- Cream Cheese .I21&C,
. Tho most complete lino of Pickles In the
Finest line of Cakes und Crackers In the
VIRGINIA GROCERY CO.
D. PENDER. PROPRIETOR.
Both phonos. 462. 61 & 63 New Market PL
AUGUSTA COUNTY. VA..
OPEN JUNE CTH TO OCT. 1ST. 1000.
Situated on the C. & O. railway, in tho I
Alleghanies. Otters many advantages. Six
varieties ->f mineral water. Hot and cold
healing baths; hotel and cottages now and
nicely furnished; service Kood: rates rea?
sonable. Wrlto for booklet; special rates |
to families. Address Variety Springs, Va..
H. C. EICHELBERGER. Prop.
Open June 5.
UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGE.
Situate In Puuquler Co., Va.,
six miles from WArronton and
only litty-slx miles from Wash?
ington. High, cool und health?
ful. Pino 5-Story model brick
hotel and every modern conven?
ience; 11 brick cottages; hot and
cold baths; home-grown vege?
tables; bowling, billiards, golf,
tennis ami all outdoor sports;
lino livery. Ashing, boating and
bathing; health-giving waters;
niuslo morning and evening.
Wrlto for Booklet and terms.
jp. jB. MOOK13,
Th" Savoy, Washington. D. C. or Fau
quter White Sulphur Springs, Va.
HOTEL BUENA VISTA
In the heart of tho Blue Rldee .Mountains.
Beautiful Virginia Mountain Resort. Spe?
cial Juno rales, Js nnd till per week.
A. CHESHIRE MITCHELL. Prop.,
Jcr.-.'m Buena Vista. Va.
"WE MAKE EM."
gaggsS^. CO IIARE Tt IP
I fip*|^E?23=^ ^ TRUNK
iWmmrlcred * ith ,,eav y
f%&illJi??*---?! c.i n a s. hard
fQ?LJjLlJ?Qy wood slals.pro
tected with sic
imps, b r.t ss
cks and catch
(., i | . ,|
CO OK T""1' Real Leather Dress
<$><-?-? '?) l ..-es, steel frames,
hesi brass lock nnd eutchos?linen
C/? OT Eor elegant Canvas Cov
<J>4.30 cred Trunk, mad.- on
thoroughly seasoned box. heavy
brass covers and ein nips, three 1
Inch hinges?linen lined?the usual
price $7.60. _
For Cnnvns Covered
Steamer Trunk, with good
Irlmmlngs- . huh lined?
round town at $3.00.
no. For Mi n's Suit Cases?
yOL, made of dark i trong mate?
rial?muslin lined brass looks und
catches?v.ould bo very cheap at
or- For Tolescopcs, canvas
oOL co\ i. .1 with L ather tips
and two leather b trans?H-lnch sizu
?larger sixes up to $1.00.
For Ill-Inch Ladies' Club
u.,);> real IcUthor?Improv
1 slidinv i.. h and brass catches
the usual $2.00 kind.
Io . For Leather Shawl Straps
lot* ?full i. ngth?strong buc?
kles?sell ut other stores for "50.
on. For i a' Re d Seal nnd
o?L AI Ig lor Pocket Books
ami Card Cases, which formerly
bold at COO.
TrunK & Bag House
f-!n9 WRIN ST.
SOUTHERN DELL PHONE H14.
BEST,F?R THE.prjce. ? ?
N O R F OLK j ? ORTSM ? U TM,
1 IF YOU PASS OUR DOOR
o And miss the great sale of'Men's, Boys' and
o Children's Clothing that were slightly
!! Damaged by Water?Soiled by Smoke
you miss the greatest privilege of your life to save
money. We regret exceedingly that we are unable to
pin samples to the following prices, for if such could
be the case, we feel assured that our store would be
crowded to the doors. Will you come and satisfy
yourself that these are the
BEST VALUES YOU HAVE EVER SEEN?
Men's Suits at 93c, worth Jl.00.
Men's Suits nt $1.18, worth $V50.
Men's Suits nt $2.50 worth $6.50.
Men's Suits at Si. is, worth $7.50.
Men's Suits at $1.24, worth $*i.00.
Men's Suits ut $5.00, worth $9.00..
Men's Suits at $G.O0. worth $11.00.
Men's Suits at $7.00 Worth $16.00.
Men's Suits at $S.50, worth $18.00.
Revs' Suits nt 4Sc. worth $1.25.
Boys' Suits at $1.21, worth $2.50.
Boys' Suits at 11.98, worth $3.50.
Boys' Suits a': $2.is, worth $4.75.
Men's Rants nt 4Sc, worth $1.23.
Men's Punts at 98c., worth $2.uo.
Men's Pants ut $1.48, worth $2.50.
Men's Pants at Sl.os worth $3.25.
Men'B Punts ut $2.4S, worth $5.00.
Men's lints at 9Sc. worth $2.50. Men's Collars at 5c. worth 15c. Mcn'a
Lndorwcar at 23c, worth 50c Men's y3 Hose at 5c, worth 12VtsC.
Cannon Ball Clothing Co-,
219 Main Street, Norfolk, Va.
Old Phone 1307.
POSITIVE CLOSING OUT SALE !
AT rAGTORY PRICES
OPPOSITE THE AtONUMENT.
Evorv piece of Furniture will he sold at Factory Briers. To miss this GREAT
CLOSING OUT SALI-; you miss the grea test privilege of your life to suvc money.
This la a positive sale and stock must he sold.
WE QUOTE A FEW PRICES:
Bedsteads, $1.JP. former prlre. $2.7.".; M.it tresses, $1.05, former price, $2.50; Ex?
tension Table, $2.?". former price. $3.60; Lounges, $2.7."., former price, $4.50;
? 'ouches. $-l.*.w. former price. $7.5u: t i.ik Suits. $12.00, former price, $17.60; Bide
beards, $10.o>>, former price, $15.60; Boiler Top Desks, $10.00, former price, $13.50;
Cane Seat Chairs, 45c... former price, 75c; Large Arm Itoekers, Sl.ua. former price,
SI 75: Oak Cane Seat Chairs. 68c, former price, $1.00; Case Arm Chairs, 85c.j former
price, 11.25; Wall Racks, $3.40, former price, $.">.50.
Do not delay, hut come at once, and we will he sure to rave you money. Ro?
me inner, this Is a positive sale, at
KERN'S, t!3 Commercial Place.
OPPOSITE THE MONUMENT.
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PRICES 14 OFF FOR CASH! \
Our success durlncr the past week demonstrate;-, the fnct that honest
merchandising is appreciated by the people of Norfolk and vicinity. The
25 per lent, reduction on Casslmcrcs and Fancy Worsteds Inaugurated
on the 15th instant, will continue tie- balance of the .season, but you
don't want to be last. Choice patterns and slzca gu quickly. ThOSO
prices are for cash only.
OUR STRIPED FLANNEL COATS AND PANTS ?
are going fast?your chances of getting a (It are growing less each day.
Prices on thcau goods range from $7.l?J tu $17.00.
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Every honest person, rich or poor can buy ^
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
Clocks and Silverware <$t
**? for less Rioney than at any oilier Jewelry Store in the City for ?fjjp
j?? cash. Give us a trial and be convinced. We also sell jjn
# Bicycles on Easy Weekly Payments, g
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WE CAN PLEASE YOU.
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166-168-170 Church Street, Next to
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I JOHN T, LEWSS, Proprietor, f
| WITH ITS
* It now open and the public Is Invited to pay It a Visit, Everything Is first
class and tho BEST OF ORDER PREVAILS. Tho proprio
tinuo this as an
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tor proposes to con
for all who want to while away an idle hour. The service Is of tho best nnil
THE LEST IS GUARANTEED. Come and sec If thla la not so. City prices
YOU OANT SAVK
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and Bridal
Presents of the Gale Jewelry Co.,
FRANK H. OAI.E. Manager.
This concern employs only skilled Watchmakers, Jewelers and En?
gravers. If vou want up-to-dato Engraving dono don t lose sight of tho
GALE JEWELRY COMPANY. ? . ,
After becoming disgusted with all watchmakers who have failed to" re?
pair your watch satisfactory bring It to us, and we will satisfy you or re?
fund your money.
1*1113 GALE JI5W13LKY CO..
FRANK II. GALE, Manager.