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Fifth Evening at the St. Vincent's
Intoi cut Inoreu?llig und the l"und for the
Worthy Institution Swelling Night by
There have been several fairs In Nor?
folk for, the benefit of that worthy In?
stitution, St. Vincent's Hospital, but it
1b doubtful It any more Interest has
been taken than in the present one be?
ing held In the Lowenbcrg building.
Main street. Last night was the llfth
night of the bazaar, and the attend?
ance was even larger than on the pre?
vious evenings. The little glrhs who
are soliciting votes for the various ar?
ticles on exhibition arc meeting with
much success, and many a little heart
will be made glad If the prizes are
won, and no happier beings are on
earth than are the children who are
assisting to swell the fund. The vari?
colored costumes of the ladles make a
dazzling spectacle, and the noise of
busy voices but adds to the pleasant
excitement of the occasion. Perhaps
the most novel thing Is the sale of
paddles, each marked differently. The
wheel Is turned and If the name on the
paddle corresponds with that at which
the wheel stops the lucky holder gen?
erally gets something worth tailing
away. As a matter of fact, however.
that "something" Is never visible when
it is taken away, for the prizes of Huy
ler's candles generally disappear before
the winner departs.
AN EXCELLENT PROGRAM.
The miniature theatre should not be
overlooked, and some pleasing pro?
grams nre rendered nightly. The open?
ing event last evening was the concert
rendered by Saxe's superb orchestra.
The program was as follows:
March?"St. Vincent" . Save
Concert Overture in E.Kalllwoda
Solo (for Cornet) . Selected
Mr. R. E. Cobb.
Waltz?"Dream of Childhood" .
Selection?(1) "Grand Duchesse"...
(2) "Hungurian Dances"
The music rendered was of :u high
order and each number was liberally
Mr. Vincent Smith, <u" St. Mary's
choir, followed and captured the audl- ]
ence with his magnificent rendition of
"Always," by Horwitz ami Dowers. ?
Mr. Chnrles Hutchlns, also a membi r
of St. Mary's choir, sweetly sang "The i
Holy City" with good effect. Prof. i
Robinson was the accompanist.
To-night on the stage a scries of
beautiful tableuuxs will he presented,
composed of living pictures. A num?
ber of well-known young ladies will
The following additional contribu?
tions are acknowledged: Arthur Tur?
ner. 1 gallon oysters; Mr. Measells,
poultry; .Mr. George Dowes, barrel of <
apples; P. j. Brennnn, Washington, D. i
C, elegant Regina music box; Mrs.!
Frltchett, fancy preserves; J. Ellwood
Hat and Glove Talk!
ARE YOU PARTICULAR
ABOUT yOUR HAT ?
Want something extra large or extra small ?
Something very nobby or rather modest ?
Plain or Fancy ? Any special color ? Do
some Hatters make you believe you are
hard to please? Do you want the best?
Want to get it without paying for the name ?
If You Do, Try Us, What Kind of Gloves?
What style of Gloves do you want this sea?
son ? Do you want thejone or two button ?
Would you like them in tan, red or slate ?
We have every new shade in stock jfi j?
Our Gloves are Up-to-Date and We Guarautee Them.
LEVY a JACOBS,
Portsmouth's Gents' Outfitters. Cor. High & Crawford Sts.
AT CUT PRICES.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
in Bicvcle Sundries.
Ten Days Special Sale.
EXTRA HEAVY 2-QUAHT WATER RAGS. 4Sc. (Soil everywhere at 75c.)
RAPID FLOW 2-QUART FOUNTAIN SYRINGES. CSc. (Sell everywhere at
EXTRA RUBBER TUBING FOR FOUNTAIN SYRINGES. 25c; EXTRA
JERONE. P. CA RR,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CUT RATE DRUGGIST.
Corner Court and County and Green, near P.art Streets.
Special in Ladies' Underskirts.
Bargains in Black and Colored Underskirts For This Week.
EMMETT DEANS, ?QO i'^f?^?
Dotl't ^hivpr -jji
But call at M. M. CROCKIN'S and select your Stoves and Heaters. We have
tho largest assortment In the city of Hea ters. fast iron and Steel Ranges. Wo
have tho stove that will bako biscuits In three minutes. A full line of Furniture,
Carpets, Matting, Etc. Cash or Instalment.
M. M. CROCKIN, 608-9-10-1! CRAWFORD STREET.
Patent Medicines at Cost T
J. W. S. BUTT &. CO.,
5J8 MIDDLE ST.
SPECIAL SALES ! NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS!
Having Just visited the northern markets, we are prepared to offer many new
things in DRESS goods AND dbkss TK..MMINGS.
Our line of Fine Furs are Hie best we have over had. In order to start their
sales you will be given a discount of 15 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR:.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN LADIES' AND SSfH I.I tREN'S MACKINTOSHES.
We are headquarters for Ready Made Walking Skirts' an.i Dress Skirts
FRIDAY, NOVCMRER 2d.?for'this day only, we will oller 1S.O00 yards Torchon
Lnces and Insertions, reduced from Oc, sc.. 10c, 12'.e . to the uniform puce of
4%e, a yard. A< j pH,L1_|pst Elks' Hall, Portsmouth, Va.
LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT.
WE CAN PLEASE YOU AS TO PRICES.
AND THE BRIDE'S IN QUALITY AND BEAUTY.
ANDERSON Sc THOMPSON,
224 High Street, Portsmouth, Va.
Lee & Co., Conshohocken. Pa,. Pnquolln
Calotery; Stleft Piano Company, the
use of grand square piano; Mrs. W. 10.
King, hemstitched handkerchief; East?
wood V. Jordan, rib roast and corn
beef; Mr. "Walter Sharp, a very lovely
drawn work and embroidered centre
piece; Mrs. W. E. King, tine turkey;
through Mrs. H. D. Oliver! a friend,
bread; Mrs. Drew, handsome Icing
The children of St. Mary's Orphan
Asylum will be treated to Ice cream anil
cake this afternoon.
The Brothers' school boys of Norfolk
and Portsmouth are Invited to attend
the bazaar Thursday afternoon.
NEW LE AC HE-WOOD SEMINARY
BUILDING BEING ERECTED
FIXEST IN* THE SOUTH.
The new seminary on the corner of
Mary's avenue and Hotctourt street,
being erected for Miss Agnes Douglas
West and which will be the future
quarters of the Leache-Wood Semi?
nary, will, when completed be one of
the finest buildings of Its kind In the
South, If not in the country. In every
respect will the building be modern,
and several features will be introduced
architecturally that do not exist In
many colleges In the country. The
building will be three stories high and
of the old colonial style, which will
add to Its attractiveness. A feature
worthy of note and which has not been
duplicated In the more modern col?
leges is that there Is a sitting room be?
tween two sleeping rooms. The heat?
ing, ventilating and lighting of the
building is another feature. Both gas
and electricity will be used and the
heating apparatus will be In a build?
ing separate and distinct from the
main building proper. A great ad?
vantage Is that the study rooms are
on- the ground floor, which dispenses
with any noise pupils may make where
the study rooms arc; higher up, und
where pupils necessarily have to as?
cend and descend the stairs. There
Is to be a well-equipped gymnasium
and also a pretty studio. Then there
are to be porches nlong the building,
where students can In favorable
weather enjoy the bright sunshine.
The ventilation of the building will be
as complete as experts can make It,
and the hand-hall, tennis and basket?
ball courts will be a boon to the pu?
pils since physical exorcise Is neces?
sary after the mental strain Incident
upon hard study. There Is to be a
large yard, which Is a feature at the
present building. Bast, but not least,
are the recitations and school rooms,
study hall, parlor, library and sleep?
ing rooms for the pupils. The entire
establishment Is to be heated by steam.
The main entrance to the seminary
will be on Mary's avenue. Particular
attention Is called to the infirmary.
If there Is a sick pupil nnd the use of
the Infirmary be necessary, the patient
IS completely isolated from the main
building, which insures perfect quiet?
ness. Mr. J. E. R. Carpenter Is the
architect. Miss West Is to be congrat?
ulated ror having such a magnificent
CHANGE IN CONCERTS
PROF. KRUEGEU WILL OIVE A
SPECIAL PROGRAM ON THURS?
Concerts at the Motillcello are to be
changed. Prof. M. c. Rrueger bus de?
cided to abandon the speel.il concert of
Sunday night and give It on u week
The first of the scries will be given
on Thursday night at 8 o'clock. This
will be a grand concert with an orches?
tra of twenty pieces. The program will
be published for ibis concei t in the Vlr
ginian-l'ilot on Thursday morning.
With the orchestra there will be one
or two vocal numbers and a few In?
strumental solos, all by the best ar?
Prof. Knieper intends to make a fea?
ture of these concerts in the high class
of music he will select and in the nrtis
tie skill and sympathetic taste with
which it is Interpreted.
Prof; Krueger himself is an excellent
musician nnd a successful director. He
will be assisted by capable and popular
artists, who will be announced for each
Virginia Grocery Company
It is said that nothing succeeds like
success. Be this as it may, the ca?
reer of the Virginia Grocery Company
lias been phenomenally successful. The
best goods at the lowest prices, com
batlble with a safe business, nnd
prompt d.'livery and uniformly polite
attention to the needs and preferences
of patrons, have combined to carve the
way to the front rank for this well
known grocery house. The present
house at Nos. fit and 63 New Market
Place has a large and increasing trade,
and to meet the demands from across
the Elizabeth a large stock has been
opened up at 322 South street.
Elsewhere will be found a small price
list which will give an Idea of how
cheaply this house is selling groceries,
both In Norfolk nnd Portsmouth.
Everything usually found only in first
class houses is carried In stock. The
prices speak for themselves, (live one
of the houses a trial order and be con?
BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent, of Cnpron, Vn.,
are visiting Mr*;. Francis, in Grnnby
Dr. L. W. Pigott Is sick nt his home,
in Bute street.
dipt. Geo. W. Foster has returned
to the. city, after an absence of two
months, much improved in health.
The State Board of Fisheries will
meet In Richmond to-dny.
The regulnr animal civil service ex?
amination for clerks and carriers in
the Norfolk postofflce Will be held in
the United States Court-ro?m, at the
Sunday School Social
On Thursday evening a social will be
given to the Sunday school teachers
of the city, of every church and of
every denomination. A cordial Invita?
tion is extended to all pastors and su?
perintendents of all Sunday schools,
and they are urged to be present at
the Second Presbyterian Church at 8
o'clock. An address \vjil be made by
Dr. A. Coke Smith oiithe lesson for
next Sunday. Those who know of the
Doctor's interest in Sunday schools
will be glad to hear his exposition of
No. 322 Sycamore St., Evansville, Ind., A\arch 28. 1000.
Wine of Cardui has done me a world of good. I luvt been alflicted ten years with irregular and painful men
struction. My monthly periods would come on with ^rc^t pain ad I h.id to lie down to be at ease. I had heart
and nervous trouble. ' I have taken Wine of Ca'dui and Thci mi's rllack-Dr<iught and hndthem to Sethe best
medicines women tan take for such troubles. My period came on last .uonth without a pain or an ache and was
nearer the right bine than it had been for many years. The Wine also helped my heart and nervous trouble which
I had had lor live years. I have been treated bv many ol the best physicians in Evansville and h id paid out hun?
dreds of dollars without any -rlicf. I will advise any ?ulfei s; woman not to go lo doctors for such troubles as I
have had but to get Wine of Cardui at once ant! take it. There is no use suffering. I have tried it and know what
it will do. Mrs. L L LINDSAY.
What a story Mis. Lindsay might tell of lon<< days and nights of torture, borne in silence and In
secret! Month after month she endured the distresses of disordered menstruation and paid doctors
fees for the relief they never gave her. It is no wonder that thousands of women arc being driven
into insane asylums and early graves by the suffering they endure. Mis. Lindsay's letter shows how
unnecessary such suffering is when Wine of Cardui is at hand, it is a remedy which meets the need of
every suffering woman. It makes menstruation natural and painless. By it the ligaments which hold
the womb in place arc strengthened and invigorated. The terrible pains in the head, neck, shoul?
ders, back and leg>, the common '"dull feeling" and the sensation of exhaustion arc banished by Wine
of Cardui. This simple remedy is a blessing to any woman, curing her in the privacy of her home,
pennancntly and quickly. No one but the patient need know of it. All druggists sell $1.00 bottles.
F^r advice In casos requiring ipociM directions, address, Riving symptoms, "The Ladles'
Advisory Department," Tuo Chattanooga Medicine Company, Chattanooga, Teuu.
WATER TURNED OFF.
FIRE ENGINE CALLED TO KEEP
THE SEWERS CLEAR.
In order to put two valves in the
water mains ami to stop a leak at the
market-house the water was shut oft"
last night. The part of the city affect?
ed Included Atlantic, city Hall avenue
and a portion of Plume strei t. The ;
valves were put in at the Haddlrigton
building, on City Hall avenue ami
Qranby street, ami at Atlantic street
ami city Hall avenue.
Tin; city pump house was out of
water at " o'clock this morning in con?
sequence and the engineer, Mr. Frazer,
was forced to call on Chief Ryan tor
the use of a tire engine to draw water
from ;i hydrant. A hose was laid from
a lire plug at Cove and Hank streets
nnd water was pumped from there to
keep the engines going and the sewers
SAM HOPE, JR., WOUNDED
SHOT AT FIX TIM KS BT A DTS- !
CHARGED WATCH MAN.
Mr. Sam Hope. Jr., of Norfolk, w:i:i :
shot and slightly wounded last night.
He was employed by the Courtlnnd
I.umher Company, on the Southern
Branch, near Money Point. At the
same place u negro named Sam Has
sell was also employed as a watchman,
They had a misunderstanding. For
some reason Hassell was discharged.
He lay in unit yesterday near the mill,
an.I when Hope came by last night
Hassell shot at him. He shot six
times, but without any more serious
effect than that of wounding Hope
Slightly In the right arm.
H?ssell escaped, so that neither the
authorities or Berkley nor of Norfolk
county were able to apprehend him.
j Hope Is hurt very slightly and not ai
i all disabled.
To Play Suffolk.
A number of Norfolk people will go
to Suffolk to-day to witness ihe game
of football between the Norfolk and
Suffolk teams. The Norfolk line-up
will be as follows: L. 10.. Johnson;
L. T.. McClain: L. O.. Cromwell; c.
Jacobs; R, Oi, Wns8erman; R. T.. Ful
ford. B. 10. C.uy: Q. B., Qulnby; R. II..
Herbert; If. H., Trnxtun: F. B? Jones.
I A good game Is expected.
Epworth Sunday School.
Mr. G. L, Stevens assumed charge
as superintendent of Epworth M. 10.
Sunday school Sunday morning, hav?
ing been tinunlinouslv < le led in place
of Mr. iioorge W, Roper, who resigned.
Mr. Roper presented his successor in a
few well chosen words, and Mr.
Stevens gracefully responded, pledging ;
his best ellorts to make the school a
success if teachers and scholars would
co-operate. The school unanimously
pledged itself by vote to second his ef?
Mr. Stevens was the organizer and
superintendent of Trinity Sunday
school, Roanoke, and resigned to come ?
to Norfolk. He Is regarded in the*]
Baltimore Conference as a model di?
rector of Sabbath schools. Trinity,
under his management, was a line
school, and his removal to Norfolk
was recognized as a great loss to both
the school and church.
A Colored Mooting.
An excellent temperance meeting un?
der the auspices of the Temperance
Committee of the Christian Endeavor
was held at St. John's A. M. 10.
Church Sunday night. The large au?
ditorium was crowded. The pa '
preached a short sermon. Mrs. Jones,
of the City W. C. T. U., gavf un ex?
cellent short address, presenting sta?
tistics * comparing the cost of liquors
In the United States with bread, edu?
cation, etc. Her address was heard
with marked attention..
Miss Carrie Douglass read a careful?
ly prepared paper on "The Chief
Causes of Intemperance," and Miss
Lizzie Rainey on "The Direct and
Most Dangerous Resultants of the
Practice of Intemperance." Both of
these papers were excellent;
Mrs. L. J. Lynch presided.
Illinois and Rhodo Island
(By Telegraph to V Iranian-Pilot.)
Washington, D. C, N?>v. 20.?The
population of the Si >'?' of Illinois, as
officially announced to-day, Is 4,821,51 ?.
against 3,826,351 in 1900. ThR is an In?
crease of Hui.'?.?'.'. or 2? p< r cent.
Tie- population of Rhode Island Is
42S.:.">r.. against 345.506 in 1890: This is
an increase of 83,050, or Ji per cent.
Now York Bankrupts.
(By Telegraph X" Vlrginlnn-rilot.)
New York, Nov. 20.?A petition of in
voluntnrly bankruptcy was filed to-day
against Julius Kogel and Bernard Hel?
ler, surviving partners of Engel, Hel?
ler & Co.. wholesale liquor merchants,
by a number of creditors. The liabili?
ties of tho firm are said to be about
$450,000 and assets $300,000.
District Convention Held and Ad?
dresses Delivered Last Night.
The Elks Purchase llto old Chestnut Street
M. It. Cltnrch Building For Lodge l?ur
poses A Parlor .snt i.il .Itylaud Insti?
tute Rocltul Personal.
The First District K. of P. of Vir
glnla convened ut Pythian Castle, with
Lee Lodge, lost night at .s o'clock.
Mr. William McK. Woodhouse, the.
district grand chancellor, presided at
the meet in?.
Tito roll wus called by Mr. W. B.
Dougherty, secretary of Leo Lodge.
There were about 400 Pythlans of Nor?
folk, Portsmouth, Newport News and
Suffolk present. The meeting was
characterized from beginning to end
by cntlnisi.isni. The speeches on the
different subjects were brief and Inter?
esting, and perhaps never was Py
thinnUni and Its principles more clear?
ly set forth. The opening address was
delivered by Mr. George T. \Vrcnn, and
responded to by Una. J. C. Parker, of
Franklin. Rev. John 11. Dlckson, C. C,
ol Norfolk, Bpoko mi the "Relation of
True PythiailiShl to tllO Doctrines of
the Bible." This was considered :i very
able uddrcss und was enjoyed by all
present. At this juncture, and In the
absence of Col. J. c. Barker, of Now
port News, two recitations were made
by Mr. \V. C. Wormsley, Of Ports?
mouth, who received unstinted ap?
plause. "The Endowment Rank'l was
the subject of Mr. liedlay Boydl
?The Uniform Rank." P. <". John A.
McDonald, NO. -\, of Portsmouth.
"Our Relation to the Grand Lodge,"
E. L. Cunningham, Grand Chancellor
of the Gruitd Lodge or. '?? Irglnia.
"True Pythtnnlsm," George c. Ca
bell, Jr.. Grand .er Guard, Of Dan?
ville, wore the toasts und responses.
This closed the meeting.
A PUBLIC HALL.
Berkley Lodgu No. 278, B. P. O. H.,
h.is acquired the Chestnut street M. B.
Church building and Bite at a cost of
$5.000, and as soon as the congrega?
tion occupies their new odlflco <>n Berk?
ley avenue nr. I Second street, the
!"!l<s will Begin retuddcllng the <>M
building for a public hull and lodge
room. There will be no material
changes in the building for the pres?
ent beyond relit.in.: the interior and
exterior, to give it the appearance of
a hall. The residence at Chestnut and
Mlddlelon streets, acquired by the
lodge some time ago with a view of
remodeling It for hall purposes, was
accepted by tin- church pc'Opid as part
payment on the old church.
The plan of providing the communi?
ty with a public hall Is thought to bo
a good one, as at present there is nut
a hall that can be secured that will
accommodate more than lt'O or 150 per?
A PARLOR SOCIAL.
The v. . C. T. ?. held a parlor social
at Mrs. Halter's, nit Maple avenue,
Monday night. Quite a large crowd
was present, anil all spent a very en?
joyable evening. The following pro
grnm was rendered:
Reading Of the Scripture and Prayer
: ?Mr. Siamaker.
Recitation?Miss Nellie craves,
i Vocal Solo?Miss Penlcki
Recitation?Miss Nettle Brown.
Instrumental Solo?Miss Kuox.
I Vocal S.iIm -Miss Benson.
Recitation -Willie craves.
RYLAND INSTITUTE RECITAL.
The young ladies of this Institution
will give a recital on Friday evening
next, at S ..'chick, in the College
11.ill. Patrons and friends of the
school ur- invited l-> attend. No spe?
cial Invitations will be issued.
Mrs. A. J. Mitlei Mathuwa, is the
guest of dipt. K. E. Miller, oh Main
Mr. nations White. South Norfolk,
has returned from Elizabeth City;
Mr. Fivd H. Ii" I in accompanied by
hlfj <dster, Kirs. w. .1. Luke, left the first
of the week for Philadelphia; where the
former v. ill be married to- lay.
Mr. Stewart Howard remains quite
sick at bis room, on Iterkley avenue.
Mr. Albert Koethko who is contine-d,
at his home, on h rkloy avenue, with
typhoid iev. r, contn hi b quite ill.
Mrs. Lizzie Muri.Liberty street.
Cures a Cough or Cold at onco.
Conquers Croup. Whooping-Cough, Ilronchltis,
Gripp? and Consumption. Quick, sure results.
l)r bull's I'ills cure Cou.stik-itiou. ?OpIll? 10c.
hi visiting relatives In Princess Anno
Mrs. H. P. Roberts is quite sick at
her home, oh Eleventh street.
Mr. Mervln, of New York City, is tha
guest of his sister, Mrs. Charles Dolby,
In South Norfolk.
Mr, F. .1. Morris, of North Carolina,
Is hero on a visit to friends,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cory have re?
turned from their wedding tour and are
at home to their friends at No. -10S
Middle street. Portsmouth.
Wo were Imposed on by one of Mr.
W. K. Gallop's friends, whose object
was to perpetrate a joke, hence tins
item In which It was stated that Mr.
Gallup would l'e married soon.
Mr. Ii. ll. Bartlett, who has boon
assistant foreman for the Cummer
Company In the pinning mill for the
past year, has severed his connection
with them to accept a position in New
Much Interest Is being manifestedj>y
the young boys In the game of footPnll
io be played on Hardy's field Thursday
afternoon at 4 o'clock between the
Young Berkleys and the Swimming
Point.-?, of Portsmouth.
Mr. W. .1. Allmond und Mr. Charles
Lewellyn are on a hunting trip of sev?
eral days at Oceana.
Mr. .T. Lcgum, of the Atlantic In?
stallment House., is in Baltimore pur?
chhslng his holiday goods.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
G. w. Sykes Is quite sick at their
home, on Berkley avenue.
WANTED AT NO. 6 TO DD BLOCK,
Berkley avenue and chestnut street,
two first-class Harbers. C1IAS. JAN
BALE, Berkley, Va. _?o2i-3t
XT (ITICE?ALL GO< ?1 >S. WATCHES!
_l^i Clocks and Jewelry repaired must bo
redeemed within thirty day;. If not they
will be sold lor the price of tho repairs.
Liberty Street, between Eleventh and
Twelfth. Berkley, Va. no21-3t
I> A N" K OF BERKLEY.?country
> trade a specialty. Convenient hours.
Interest on deposits: fell-tf
O ' t J,\ M f\ J amounts to stilt bor?
rower. Apply to QEO. O. MARTIN. At?
rpllE REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL
1 COMPANY gives energetic attention
to business and makes prompt return:",
f. i.. old. Manager, onice Room
Martin Roll,ling. se??-tf
Berkley Steam Laundry
PRESERVE YOUR TICKETS
that come with each delivery.
of best quality new collars, cuffs or
handkerchiefs given for every live dol?
lars worth returned to us.
"Berkley Crystal Clear Water
Makes White Linen."
J. R. WILLIAMS,
Funeral Director anil Embalmar
67 CHESTNUT STREET.
BWIADE ME A MAM
AJAX TABLETS rOSlTrVKLY CURB
jtZAAVrrol? JliwuiM-Fullln? Main
ory.Jm potency. Slo*plos*ue?t. titc, cau*e\i
by AUi-.io or otli-'f Kicvtae* uud Jn<lia
crutlou*. Thcu '/'?'<"'-'t/ Hid *nrrl&
restore Lost Vitality ia olJ or yonntr. ... I
lit ,-i i:i.,!i t .r-.-.i i,, bu?ioe<3 or ninrn.ife
_?? Prcvnnt Iasanity nuJ t'on?utuptioa if
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laent and eir<(-:? n CDHf! nl.rre. ull othor fail I u
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hr.ru ctirud lliourt.miNuntl wiilcuroi ju. Wo*iiru
itiito nrittoc Ktisrnntoo to efloct a cure BA|*TC la
each cum?or rotund the inom-y. Prie-"A> M ? <>? MS
packac?| or all cLk*? dull irrutineoti for f-?0. ?t
nail. i,i f.lMtu ,?r-i'ivr. tn on ti-c-'ti'*'.of prlod.C* -i-ir
AJAX REolL-DYCO., 'V^'rul^
FOR SALE IN NORFOLK. VA., by|
Burrow, Martin .x. Co.. Agents._
FREIGHT TRAINS COLLIDE
ONE, MAN KILLED AND THREE]
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
Savannah. Ga., Nov. 2*0.?Two freight,
trains on the I'l.mt System collided;
thirteen miles out of this city thbj
morning and William Smith, colored,
of Savannah, was kilted. Engineers
Dell and Brpohtc and their colored
lltetii. ii jumi bd and were seriously In?
The wreck took Ore and was burped.
The trains were laden with coiioiij
turpentine and rosin.
Boloro You TrovoL
North or West, call upon the tinder^
signed for- lowest rates to all polntel
via Baltimore und Ohio tallro.td (Royal
lime Line). Bay Line. Washing; J?
steamers and Chesapeake Line; fineat.
tutslcst and safest trains In the world.
ARTHUR O. LEWIS,
S. P. A. Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
(Under AtlaiUlc Hotel.)