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HAVE DISCONTINUED THE
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE.
Continued from Page 4.
II. L. PAGE & CO., Real estate and rental agents and auctioneers, 23 Bank
H. L. PAGE, Residence.
POCOMOKE GUANO CO., 624-620 Citizens' Bank building.
C. W. PRIDDY & CO., Cotton bagging and tics, rooms 624-626 Citizens* Bank
POWHATTAN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Lambert's Point.
CHAS. W. PRIDDY, Residence.
J. W. PHILLIPS, Residence.
RUDOLFIII Sc. WALLACE. Merchant tailors. 333 Main street
REID'S FANCY GROCERY CO.., S6 Roanoke avenuo.
RUSSELL & BIMCOE, Wholesale and retail dry goods and notions, 346 Main
T. F. ROGERS, Real estate and rental agents, rooms 208-211 Columbia bld'g.
T. F. ROGERS, , Residence.
STANDARD OIL CO., G. Leonard Field. Agent, office 15 Commerce street
TAYLOR & PHILLIPS, Marine railway, Atlantic City.
TISCHLER TOBACCO CO., 404 E. Main street.
U. S. HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE, Custom House.
VIRGINIAN - PILOT PUBLISHING CO.
VIRGINIA PHARMACY, 276 Church street.
E. A. WATKINS & BRO., Lumber and planing mills, corner of Princess
Anne avenue and Lambert's road.
J. G. WOMBLE S SONS, Wholesale a nd retail hardware, 91 , Commercial
WINSTON HARDEE & WICHARD CO.. Wholesale dry coods and no?
tions, 80-82-84 Co rr.merce street.
W. H. WALES, JR., Wholesale wood and wlllowwaro, 200-202 Water street.
E. L. WOODWARD & CO., Wholesale grocers. 112-114 Water otreet.
W. T. WOODIIOUSE, Grocer, 500 E. Brnmbleton nvenue. j
WILKINSON & NEVILLE, Job printers, IS-21 Roanoke avenue.
SOUTHERN BELL 'PHONE
WHEN CONTRACT EXPIRES.
For the information of the public <he Virginian-Pilot pub?
lishes below a list of subscribers who will discontinue <he use
of the Southern Bell Telephone service when their present
B. F. ALLEN, Commission merchant. 19 Roanoke Dock.
W. T. ARRINGTON, Grocer, Corprew and Marshall avenues.
J. D. ARMSTRONG & CO., Oyster packers.
BOARD OF TRADE AND BUSINESS MEN'S ASSOCIATION.
C. J. CANNON. Ship broker.
' CONSUMERS' FEED COMPANY, No. 3S1 Church street.
S. T. DICKINSON, JR.. & CO.. Merchandise Broker, '.70 Wotei: Ptreet.
EGGLESTON & EPPES, Insurance. Haddlngton building.
F. FINE, Grocer, 369 Bank street.
FREIDLIN & BROWN, Wholesale grocers. Portsmouth. Va.
FREIDLIN'S SONS, Wholesale grocers. Portsmouth, Va.
FEUERSTEIN & CO., Oysters, Flsli, poultry, etc.. foot Commerce street.
HARNEY BROS., Tug boat and barges, 15 NIvlson street.
THE HUB. Tallo:s and clothiers, 374 Main street. i
HOWLETT & TATEM. Twin City Iron Works. 352-354 Water street.
R. D. NICHOLS. Merchant tailors, 31 Granby street
ODELL BROS., Fish oysters, game and produce, 1 to 9 Roanoke Dock.
PUPURA FRUIT CO., Wholesale fruit and steamship agts., Commercial Tlace,
STIEFF PIANO WAREROOM, Granby street.
TALBOT BROS., Attorneys-at-law, Tal bot bullding.
TALBOT, F. AND M. W., Residence.
TUNSTALL & SCHEID, Sash, doors and blind dealers, 306 Water street.
VIRGINIA IRON, COAL AND COKE CO.. NIvlson street
WILLIAMSON & SYKES, Furniture dealers. 563 Church street
C. A. WOODWARD, Merchandise broker, 190 Water street
E. J. WILKINSON, Residence, 215 B ute street
WILLIAMS, MARTIN & GRAY, Wholesale druggists, Commercial Place and
ChoAnixnko mid Ohio Railway
Christmas and New Year
The C. &, O. offers reduced rates for
Ohr'stmas and New Year Holidays to
and from all points on its line.
Superior train service with Parlor
Dm1 Pullman ears.
Pound trip tickets will he sold at one
nnd o third faro on December 22. 23.
24, 25, 29, 30, 31 and January 1st, limited
for return to January 4th, 1901.
The holiday rate Norfolk to Rich?
For further information address
F. W. CURD.
T. P. A., C. & O. Ry., Norfolk, Va.
Take the Ocean View route to Old
Point Comfort. 55 minutes. Transfers
to any part of Norfolk. del2-t_f
?h account of moving; to their rnag
niflcenit new building. "The Eclipse,"
corner of Main and Church streets, the
furniture store of John Willis, Jr., 231
235 Church street, will be closed until
further notice de-25-tf
TJftvel via the Ocean View route to
Old Point. Time, 55. minutes. del2-tf
RAVINGS BANK PRINCIPLES.
"Mike, if I put me money in the sav?
ins-bank, whin can I git it out agin?"
"If ye put it in to-day ye kin dhraw
it out to-morrow if ye give a fort?
Before- You Travel.
North or West, call upon tli? under?
signed for lowest rates to all points
via Baltimore and Ohio railroad (Royal
Blue Line). Bay Line. Washington
steamers and Chesapeake Line; finest,
fastest and safest trains in the world.
ARTHUR G. LEWIS,
S. P. A. Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
(Under Atlantic Hotel.)
Kycs Knu mined I'ice.
Dr. A. Week manager of the optical
department of the Gale Jewelry Com?
pany, will examine your eyes free. De?
fective vision and complicated eases
specially Invited to call. 1e26-tf
John Willis, Jr., will close his furni?
ture business today until further no?
tice on account of removal to his new
building. The Ecllnse, corner of Main
and Church etxeet3. de-25-tf
NOTE.?The People's Forum being
freely open to all parties, classes, per?
sons, views and capabilities, tho Vlr
gir.lan-Pllot Is responsible for none
of the statements nor opinions ex?
pressed therein, nor for the stylo in
which thoy are set forth. The Ignorant
and uneducated shall be heard here
equally with tho learned.
Norfolk. Va., Dec. 28, 1900.
I have been right much interested In
your crusade against the bogus milk
of Norfolk. While 1 am in favor of a
milk Inspector nnd think the majority
of the dairymen who supply the city
with milk would be in favor of one.
and that there was bogus milk on the
market the first of the present week,
which, from nil accounts, was the
poorest specimen ever offered to anv
people for milk, 1 hardly think that
the supply is as poor ns one would
imagine from readlng your editorial.
I am a dairyman and help to supply
the city with milk, and as a rule only
furnish the milk from my own dairy,
but on special occasions I have to buy
some from dealers, which was the case
on the 24th Instant. And I am B?rry
to say that 1 -got some of that bogus
milk, but not knowingly. The milk
was bought and paid for a week ahead
and I had no thought but that I would
got tho genuine articles. I think as a
rule that the people of Norfolk can get
pure milk and of as fine quality as can
be gotten anywhere, for you can find
good dairies here and kept by gentle?
men of known integrity.
You can find bogus butter also In
unknown quantities, but those who
choose can Und the genuine article. So
1 hope that yoHi will not be too hard .>n
US because you got a little chalk and
water one time. Remember that Christ?
mas comes but onco n. year.
but YOU MAY ITT ME DOWN AS
BEING IN* FAVOR OF A MILK IN?
SPECTOR IN SOME FORM -BOARD
OF HEALTH OR OTHERWISE.
F. A. MILDNER,
Prop. The Banner Dairy.
Norfolk, Va., Dec. 28, 1900.
Before Mr. Lowenberg proceeds to
mark up and display the "Belles of
War.'' mentioned in your issue today,
he should inform himself as to the
facts, of tho tight and origin of the
aforesaid relics. When be does ho will
find they wore not bred AT the "Nor?
folk Light Artillery Blues" or fired
FBOM a "Meet Of monitors." He will
nnd that most, If not all, the largo
shells were fired from the steamer
Montlccllo, Commando** Bralne, and at
a detachment of - the old "Norfolk
Juniors" (under command of Lieuten?
ant Holmes), the "Hunter Wood Is"
Hilles, commanded by Captain, now
Colonel Lamb, and a detachment of
"Colqultt's Georgia Battalion."
Among the relics MAY be found
some ritte shells Hrod from a "Sawyer"
gun located on the Rip Raps, and
POSSIBLY A FEW from the old frig?
ate. St. Lawrence, on tho day of the
Merrlmac light at Newport News. But
I am Stilt 10 that 80 per cent, of the
relics were tired Into und around the
works by the Montlcello.
"ONi-: who was there."
Items in brief gathered
11 ER e Y ESTERDA Y.
Tho grand hall to be given at Odd
Fellows' Hall on Thursday night of
next week Is looked forward to with
pleasant anticipations by those who
ace fond of the mazes of tho dance.
The committee In charge of the affair
are determined to do all In their power
to make it a grand success.
The board of stewards of the Metho?
dist church met nt the residence of Mr.
J. S. Backus, near Edgewater, Thurs?
day night and completed Ihe assess?
ment on the membership for tho cur?
rent expenses of the church for the
present conference year.
The Christmas entertainment of tho
Sunday school of Burrows Memorial
Bnutlst church will take place Monday
right at 8 o'clock. Tho program em?
braces many pleasing and attractive
i. tit ores. The usual presents will be
The Epworth League of the Metho?
dist chinch will moot for devotional
exercises at 3:30 o'clock Sunday after?
AT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY.
Burrows Memorial Baptist, corner of
P.-irfcer and Shennnrtonh nvenue??
Pleaching by the pastor. Lev. Geo. W,
Cox. nt 11 a. m. nnd 7:30 p. m. Sun
day school at 9:30 a. m.
Methodist Episcopal, corner of Bow
don's Ferry road and Lawrence avenue
? Pleaching by the pastor. Rev. C. II.
Mcflhee. nt 11 o. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. hi.
Presbyterian, corner of Klkhorn and
Shenandonh avenues?Services at n a.
m.. conducted by one of the elders.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
St. Peter's Episcopal?Lay reader
services at 11 a. m. Sunday school at
9:30 a. m.
Among Our Cotton Men*
Weather in cotton belt, rainy.
Llverpol stock cotton Is as follows:
Stork and slock afloat... 921.000 875.000
Of which American _812.000 752,000
Middling upland . 6%d 4V4d
Spot cotton Liverpool, unchanged.
IVi. Sales. 6,000 bales ngainst S.OOO
baps last year. The contract market
closed steady, pantlally half point de?
The weekly crop movement is as fol?
Interior receipts (est.) .. 206,698 131.047
Interior stocks (est.)_81S.673 820,007
Receipts U. S. ports .... 224,76S 171.418
Exports. 1S0.989 111 ITS
Port stocks .1.000.014 1,122,228
Brought in sight (est.).. 331,136 241,022
Total crop in sight
(est.) ..' .0,413,914 6,7-12,025
Future contract market advanced 8
points on December. Other months
ranging from unchanged price to 3
points up. while August and new crop
months declined 1 >to 2 points, closing
quiet. December. firstname.lastname@example.org; January.
9.5i',(;i9.57; May, 9.2809.29; August. 8.930
8.94; October, 8.0HIS.02. Spot, market
dull at 10 15-16 for middling. Stock.
80.168 bales nyiinst 119.26s last year.
United States port rocei;*:.-* yesterday
were 37.3G7 bales against 23,231 last year
nnd 37,657 in 189S.
New Orleans contract market declin?
ed 4 points in January, dosing at 9.27.
Spot cotton declined 1-16. Middling.
9=!i. Stock, 410,404 bales.
Liverpool coKon exchange will be
closed December 31st and January 1st.
Itlrh, Warm. Healthy
blood Is given hy Hood's Sarsaparlllln,
and thus It protects the system from
colds, fevers, pneumonia and other dis?
eases that quickly overcome a weak and
The favorite cathartic Is Hood's Pills.
TWO DELIGHTFUL FAMILY RE
Two delightful annual reunions of
families and their friends were held
during the Christidas holidays, now
closing. The first took place at the
home <>f Captain and Mis. Oeo| P.
Hudson. No. '222 Park avenue on Christ?
mas Day. A sumptuous dinner was
served at 4 o'clock p. m., which con?
sisted of the choicest delicacies of the
season, anil to say that the guests en?
joyed the rich outlay spread before
them would bo putting 1>: very mildly.
Among the guests present were Capt.
A. J. Hudson and family, a brother of
the host; Captain and Mrs. George F.
Phillips. Mrs. j. j. Derrickson, Mr.
Harry H. and Mrs. Dawson, Miss
Laura, A. Barclay and Captain E. W.
Philiips. Dinner over the remainder of
the day to midnight was consumed In
the usual innocent social names so
prevalent in ante helium days. In fact
It ?us an occasion that will long be
remembered for Its*many hallowed rec?
ollections of the past.
Thursday, the J7th Inst., Captain and
Mrs. A. J. Hudglns held their annual
family reunion at their elegant and c?sy
residence, No. 210 Park avenue, when
the guests who attended the reunion
of Captain and Mrs. Geo. P. Hudson
on Christmas day were assembled In
the spacious parlors of the host and
hostess. Good cheer and hearty con?
gratulations was lite order of the day.
and many pleasant toasts were given
and happily responded to. Ti?e dinner
was all that iho eye <u- heart could
wish, the table gfoaning beneath a rich
outlay of tl^' most substantial edibles,
with an abundance of cake, fruits and
light refreshments, to all of which am?
ple j?sttee was done. As the evening
wore away the company engaged in
pleasant social converse, in which the
many happy social gatherings of tho
past were reviewed, followed by social j
games so popular in former years. As j
the dink chimed the midnight hour
the guests dispersed to tlvelr homes to
dream of the pleasures so richly en?
PROGRAM DISPENSED WITH.
On account Of the death of Prof. N.
B. Webster, father of Dr. John N.
Webster, who is the superintendent of
Ute McKcndreu M E. Sunday school,
as a mark of respect to Dr. Webster ,
and his deceased father the regular,
program of the Christmas entertain- I
meat of the school, which was to have I
been rendered last night, was disnens- :
ed with. The children assembled at
the church and received the usual
The old year will be watched out and
the new year Will be watched In by the !
Congregation of Trinity M E. church i
Monday night next With appropriate
services. The exercises will begin at
9:30 p. m. and last until tho dawn of
the new century.
HEPTASOPHS ELECT OFFICERS,
Columbia Concluve, Heptnsophs or
s \V. M., held a largely attended meet?
ing last night, and after the transac?
tion of routine business elected the
following ofllccrs for the ensuing term:
J. J. Joy'ner, rachon; J, O. Carroll,
chancellor; A. L. Godfrey, provost;
w. H. Edwards, prolate; II. C. Willis,
recording scribe; W. 10. Whltehurst,
financial secretary (fourth term); A.
E. MorrlBctl, treasurer (second term):
S. F. Woodhouse, Inspector general
Representatives to Grand Conclave
Past Arohons c. E. Morrisott and Geo.
Trustees?J. K. Chasteen?, John O.
Curroll and A. F. Morrtsett.
The offices of herald, warder and
sentinel will be tilled by the new
archon on the night of Installation;
FAILED TO MEET.
An unsuccessful effort was made last
night to have a special meeting of the
police committee of the Local Board
of improvement to consider police mat?
ters, but Mr. W. II. East was the only
member that put in an appearance.
After waiting for some time for the
two other members he received a
phono message front Mr. Gale, chair?
man of the committee, that the moot?
ing would not be held until some night
next week, it is understood that there
Is a division of sentiment on tho part
of the committee, ami that when a
! meeting Is held there will be a major?
ity and minority report in reference to
the personnel of tho force, to be pre?
sented at a special meeting of the
_XF'V Vi;',!^ i-IEP.MAN.
The New Year's german, to be given
at Kirn Hnll on Friday night-. Jan?
uary 4th, by the Brnmbleton Cotillion
Club, gives promise of being a swell
affair. The committee having charge
of the same have spared no pains to
make the forthcoming german fairly
eclipse all former efforts of this very
popular terpslchoreah organization, it
is proposed to wind up with a grand
banquet. The hall will be tastefully
decorated for tho occasion.
PROTRACT I:! 1 M KETI NO.
Rev. Dr. W. M. Leftwlch, the noted
Methodist evangelist, begins a series
of meeting at McKcndtve church
The December meeting of the Local
Board of Improvement will be held
Monday night at 7:80 o'clock, when the
matter of a word appropriation for the
new city jail will be considered,
The Junler Epw?rth League of Le?
ides Memorial M. JE. church w ill meet
for devotional exercises ai :t o'clock
Sunday afternoon. The program will
be varied and interesting.
In n letter received here I y a friend
from Mrs. Hosteller, a former resident
of the ward, but who.now lives at Mill
ville. Pa., she speaks very kindly of
Atlantic City n-nd Us peopl ? and says
she has many hallowed ro< illectlons of
the days when her h?rn? was among
the good people of thls.conimunity.
The Earnest Worker, of Central
Avenue Baptist church will med in
regtilar weekly session Tin sdriy night
at 7:20 o'clock.
The Junior Society of Christian En?
deavor of Colley Memorial Presbyte?
rian church will rneet-Sunday after?
noon at 3 O'clock.
NEWS WITH A POSTSCRIPT.
At Curryylllo a few- nights neo a
party of miners, after bran ling a negro
on his forehead and other parts . his
body with a red-hot poker, gave hl;n a
The sentence was thft't he be burned
to death In a stove, and In his strug?
gles to escape from the tortures tho
poor wretch burned his hands to a
The offense of the negro was that he
attempted to steal a ride on a railway
P. S.?We had nearly forgotten to
mention that Curryvllle Is In th6
"highly civilized" State of Indiana, and
not In the "barbarous South."
SAN TA CLAUS* WOES.
The anger In this breast of mine:
"N'o words of mine ran finite express
Vocabularies shrink and fade.
While from my eyes start tears of
The hour Is late. I've much to uo
That should be done while moon?
Away! away! 1 must he off
Across yon snowy roof's expanse?
Hill, bless your heart: 1 cannot move
I've struck a measly Icicle!
Zip?rip! the tire's gone, and I
Have ruined my new bicvcle."
?GEORGE V. HO BART.
Deafnoss Cannot Bo Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
each the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cure Deafness,
and that Is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused'by an Inflamed con?
dition of the um.nils lining of tho Busta
chlan Tube. When this tube Rets In
l! imed you have a rumbling sound or,
Imporfcct hearing, nnd when it is entirely
closed Deafness Is the result, and unless
: the ititlnn-m-t-tion can be taken out and
1 this tube, restored to its normal condl
! lion, bearing Will be destroyed forever;
; nine cases out of ten are caused by ca
1 tarrh, which la nothing ton an Inllamed
1 condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
I any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
(.'lire. Send for circulars, free.
P. J. CHENEY & ft).. Toledo, O.
Sold by Dniggisis. vr.c.
Halls Family fills are the best.
C.W. GRAM & SONS
Cotton Factors and Commission
No. 19 fronl Street Atlantic Cllf,
In buying them, big men
not only find wide choice, but
marked economy. Wearers
of 40 and 42 in. Garments
may save a third, and here is
, 1.00 goods at 67.
1.25 goods at 83.
1.50 goods at 1.00.
2.00 goods at l.iJi '
during 1 lie month have jus
tified our belief in the ortho?
dox v and value of what we
have. Some SO cent Plaids
are 25. Their intrinsic value
is still SO, and for many pur?
poses they're fully as good as
fabrics for which you will
pay full price, instead of half.
of Men's Shirtings, now
grace our shelves. Styles are
tine, and printings and weaves
12J-J secures much that is
desirable. A quarter gets dif?
ferent stuffs and some people
think, more desirable. We
I are willing" to accept your
JOSEPH BROWN - 200 Plain 81.
OHnlii.l oml Only ..rnnlnr.
SAH'. ?..?>.......?'? Ladt?., ut llniMl,?
for cmcUBSTER'S kn?;lisu
In KKl> m: UoM ra?t?ill? bei... ,t*lM
? Ith bluattbboa. Take no othar. Kefu.e)
Ilaacerau. Substitution, aad ln.lt?*
llau. Bay of font llrulfttl. or ?ead I.-. ta
at.up. r.r a'artlcular*. Tcltmouiata
? n? "l.rll-r far 1.aalt?,"t-, (?Itar, %J rtv.
tara Mall. lO.OllO T.itira.iol.t,. s.il'r
.11 Dt.||lat,. Calehr.trr Ch.ralcal Co..
Mtatloa thl. ?.|<<r. Haul.on Uuuuic. i'tllL A. I'A.
conomical Buying Privileges |
For Economical Buyers!!
There Is one thing absolutely certain
about these four big special lines of Suits
fur men and young mon on sale this day
and that is that then.- is mon- real value
?more rr.il good service?more stylish
Tailoring artel more .iti 'round good sat?
isfactory results than uny similar figure?
mehls ever bought at this or any other
Four Great Big Bargain Specials In as?
sorted sizes and styles or Choice Season?
able Overcoats for Men and Young Men.
Fashionable Winter Suits made from
Woolens that lire far superior In quality
to the kind ordinarily bought for any?
thing like these reasonable prices.
$9 75 $10.
Dressy Overcoats foi Men and Young
Men?long and short Hux Coats, made
from Kerseys, Beavers, Meltons, Chev?
iots, Coverts, and Thlbots- l?.u'k. Blue.
Brown, Oxford and Tan COlOrlngSrrjiH
sorts of weights and ldens--genulne bar?
gain snaps for value seekers.
Here are Suits and Overcoats of the
most desirable kinds, at prices that give
q'Unllt) far in excess of the charges made
?They are the v. ry s. rt.s that big charg?
ing tailor* g< i their big fancy prices for.
and then not produce the style and good
looks ih.it these Suits and Overcoats con?
tain. Oct in line tu-day while the assort?
ment of sizes uio yet In best of shape.
2^2-2^.f Main St.
8-10 ^Atlantic St.
1 5 Big f