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BARGE GOAL KING SUNK
Went Down Ott Monlauk Point
last Tuesday.
; ? ? i ?_
T?G RESCUED SK*PPER ?ND CREW
Vessel Was in Tow of tho Edgar F.
Luckenback, Bound for Providence
With Cargo of Coal?Will Be a To?
tal Lo?-.c.
News reached this clly yesterday;
of the sinking of the barge Coal King
off Moliluuk Point, Long Island, lust
Tuesday while being towed up the
coast from Hampton Roads for Pro?
vidern-?, by tho lug Bdgar l-\ L?cken
back. The gklpper and his crew were
saved, but the barg?.. !md her cargo
of about 2,000 ions of coal probably
will be ii total lost. The details o.
the accident are yet unknown here.
Tin- Coal King was owned by the
Luck'cnhack Towing Company, of New
York, and wits well known at this port,
having made many trips lu tin- coal
trade between tili;- city and New Kng
Itllid cities. She loaded her last car?
go here in August, und after discharg?
ing at Providence was towed to Nor?
folk where she loaded the hitler part
of this month, leaving there with the
barge Carrie Clarke in tow of the
tog Luckonback Tuesday.
The barge was formerly the British
brig Laurence Hepol. und was built
lit Annapolis. Nova Sectio. In 1878.
Silo was 2118,0 feet long, 39.7 feet
broad nud 23.1 feet deep. She was of
1,408 net tonnage and carried about
2,000 tons ?f coal.
SHIPPING REPORT
Friday, September 6, 1907.
Arrived.
Btearner Pretoria (Hr.). Corey, New
York?to Chesapeake and Ohio Coal
and Coke Company for banker coal.
Steamer Hio Juno (Spn.), Guorrlca,
Clettfucgo'?to Fiirncss-Wlthy and
Company. Ltd.. in ballast.
Itargi Florida from Providence?to
Chesapeake ami Ohio Coal ami Coke
Company in ballast.
Marge K. It. Sutten from Providence
? to Chusn|icake and Ohio Coal and
Coke Company in ballast.
Barge Independence from Norfolk?
to Smokeless Fuel Company in bal?
last.
Cleared.
Steamer Powhatan (Mr.), Maxwell,
Norfolk c.nd London?FurnosH-Wtthy
and Company, Ltd.
Steamer Leander (Nor.), KAjfcvlg,
Philadelphia?Borwlud-Whlte Com
Company.
Steamer Pretoria (Hr.). Corey. Ha?
vana?Chesapeake and Ohio Coal and
Coke Company.
I large Njoarehus for Providence?
Chesapeake and Onio Coal and Coke
Company.
Sailed.
Steamers Powhatan (Br.), Maxwell,
Norfolk and London; Nor
dyku (Nor.), Lind, Guanlanamo;
Leander (Nor.), Kallovig, Philadel?
phia; Sarstoon (Mr.). Campbell,
Havre and London; ltnvcnscralg,
Johnson, Providence.
Schooners 10. T. Stotosbury, Moech,
Huston; Bayard Harnes, Falkenburg,
Providence.
Calendar for Today.
Sun rises .5:40 n. m.
Sun sets .Critl p. m.
High water _9:20 a. in., 0:41 p. m.
Low water ....3:25 a. m., 3:23 p. m.
Marine Notes.
The Spanish steamship Bio .Inno,
of Hu- .lohn Glynn and Company
fleet, arrived at this port yesterday
morning from Ctcnfucgos, Cuba, to
load a part cargo of exports here for
Liverpool. The vessel will be loaded
by Furhess*Withy and Company, Ltd.
The Norwegian steamer NordkyU,
Captain Lind, sailed yesterday lor
Gunutnnntno, Cuba, with n cargo or
4,709 tons of coal, valued at $12,979.71
Tho British steamer Powhatan of
Hie Furness-Wlthy fleet, sailed yes
,|erday for London via Norfolk with
For the Boys!
Mothers should exam?
ine our Hue of BOYS'
SCHOOL SUITS before
puroh awing.
Satisfaction guaranteed
or money back.
Wertheimer
& Co.
20th street and Washington
avenue and 2200 Jefferson live.
several thousand tons of inlscollnuo
ous i sports loaded at Ulis port.
TIlQ United States icvcuuc CUttor
OiiouUngo la Ituylug slight repair*
llVadQ at the shipyard.
The Norwegian steamer l.eane.er
salh d yesterday for Philadelphia,
where she will load a cargo of eoai
tor Havana.
NOTICES TO MARINERS.
Lights for Cape Charles Harbar Ai
Uiorized by Board.
The lightUnuap board has Issued Hie
following notice.
Cape Charles City Harbor, Virginia.
? Tin following-named lights, main
tallied by Pie New York. PhllndelpilM
and Norfolk R. It. Company during
the entire year, have been authorised
by Hie light house beard, and are now
established.
Jones' Crab House Light, a fixed
light. 10 feet above the water,
Bulkhead light, a fixed green light,
7 feet above tin- water.
Chesapeake Ray Main Shlp-Phnnnoh.
Va.?New Point Comfort Shoal buoy.
'.I feel, was changed from a winter
Spar to a second class can. for the
summer, August p.
Rappahannock River. Va.?Sturgeon
Creek Shoal liuoy, I. a spar, was es?
tablished temporarily Augiict 30, dur?
ing the rebuilding of Sturgeon Crccc
shoal Light:
Windmill Point Light House. 13, I :
N.. easterly.
Stingray Point Light-House, si-;, by
13. 1-1 13.
Mosquito Point. NW. 1-4 N.
inra'rYYrrirrmsi)*i t* n o b a a rainn:
* THEATRICAL *
Prof. Lee will close his engagement
at the Academy of Music today, with
a nintllioc (his afternoon at " o'clock
and the usual evening performance,
lie entertained another crowd last
night with his subjects.
Black Patti Troubadours.
For the engagement o{, the Black
Pattl Troubadours at the Academy
in-xt Monday night. Manager Booker
has reserved tile entire balcony and
gallery for. colored persons. Seals for
Ibis performance are now on sale at
the box office.
"Zira" Tuesday Night. j
/Ira." the plccb to be seen next
Tuesday night at tho Academy of Mu>]
sic, with Miss Mabel Montgomery lb
Ho- stellar role of Hosier Trent, Is
the joint work of Henry Miller, the
celebrated producer-act or manager,
bud J. Hartley Manner:. tin! play?
wright, it is based on incidents
found In Wilkle Collins' world famed
IIOVI 1. "Thi- New Magdalen." A few
changes hlivo been made in the locale,
and the entire plot hns been modern?
ised, but otherwise Che dramatjstis
have followed the text of the book.
The story of the play concerns It?
self with-1 tie efforts of a young Bng
llsh girl to win back the right to
look the world In the face again, and
laugh at it. a privilege that once Was
hers, but lost through the connivance
of a despicable father and a man who
tricked her Into a false marriage.
Miss Montgomery, who appeared
here In "Zaza." Is said to be suited
\vith a role which is particularly ftn*
orable to her line of endeavor In
emotional acting.
The .--ale of seats begins Hits morn?
ing.
(Continued from First Poge.i
tlori through their mayor and cll?
council.
"The dates arranged so far, as fol?
lows :
Detroit Day?September 19th.
Ann Arbor Day (Ann Arbor city and
university jointly)?September 19th.
Pontiac Day?September 19th.
Saglnaw Valley Day (Sagiuaw ana
Bnv ciiy Jointly)?September lOthJ
Kalamnzoo Day?September 21th.
Battle Creek Day?September 25th.
Grand Rapids Day?September 25tll.
Lansing Day, Mini Day, Port Huron
Day and Muskogbn Day. dates to lie
named. Jackson joins with Ann Arbor
and Detroit.
Pontiac Joins with Detroit.
Michigan State ( Day has been
changed from September 19th, to Oc?
tober 2nd
Waltino for Autumn.
"In arranging for these special
days I assisted the mayors and In?
dustrial organizations in preparing a
tlie matti r up with the railroad
offices, endeavoring to Induce them
to advertise these special days and
make low rates to the Exposition.
"I find that the people of the
Northern slates are afraid of the sum?
mer climate in the South and are
therefore walling for toe autumn to
visit the Exposition, I think we may
expect our largest attendance from
Iho North. Middle West and South?
west in October ami November."
Special days were given to cities
and colleges with excellent results
during the lost or the St. Louis Rx?
n?sltl?n. Local pride plays a promt-]
nent part In Interesting the people in
their city's special TTfTy and one per?
son influences another to go mid large
crowds are thus brought from places
which would otherwise have had bur
a small representation at the Exposi?
tion. ?
Mrs. Hou8ekpop?I'll, give you n good
menl if you'll light the llro in the rr.ngo
for mo. Weary Walker?All right, lady.
Mrs. Housckcep-Hero's a hatchet,
then. Just chop some of the xvood
and? Weary Walker?Oh, I say, lady, I
thought It wttz a gas range yer hud.
So long.?Philadelphia Press.
Case Continued.
The ease of Willie Jackson.- alias
"Melon Head." tho little negro thief
who was arrested Thursday on tho
charge of grand larceny, was contin?
ued until Tuesday in the police court
yi storday.
Brills!. Steomer Pretoria Knocked
Down StancfiNs at Pier 12.
HE? BOWSPRIT CARRIED AWAY
[Tug Hlnton Was Placing Vessel
Alongside Pier When Accident
Happened?Damage to Steamer Is
1 Not of Serious Nature.
While being docked on the south
siihi of the coal pier No. 12 by CtlCS
npcaku and Ohio tug I Union about
'.i o'clock yesterday morning, He
Hrltlsh clipper Btcnmer Pretoria
rnmiiicd her nose into the end of the
pier, currying nwny two of the big
upright wooden stanchions lu the Ires
tld mi lop of tlic dock and breaking a
t.Tfl'd. Tue steamer's bowsprit was
broken off by the force of the col?
lision and trio plates around the base
of th<' sprit were more or less dam?
aged. The cause of the accident has
not been learned.
Alter thd accident, the tug hauled
the Pretoria away from tho pier no
then succeeded in getting hoi' safety
alongside. Tile Pretoria came here
from New York yesterday morning to
load bunker rnnl /ml was to have
sailed for Havana. Huhn, yesterday
afternoon, but she is still In port. She
probably will get away today, how
ovqr, a;- sin- Is not seriously damaged
She will probably make permanent
repairs at Havana, where she will
load a cargo.
A force of workmen was put to
repairs the damage to the pier. Til reo
new sills will have to be set lu place
and other work will he dem- on the
trestle. As the damage |g confined
to the end of Hm dock, the work
at tin- south Bide of the pier was In?
terfered wih but> little yesterday.
A" SENSE"*Or*!'HUIVI?R.'
ft In a Precioua Gift and Helps to
Lighten Lifo'o Way.
I regard u sense of humor us one of
the most precious gifls that can bo
vouchsafed to iV human being. He Is
not necessarily u better man for hnv
big it, but lie Is a . happier one. It
renders him Indifferent to good or bad
fortune. It enables blui to enjoy bis
own discomfiture.
Blessed with this aenso he Is tinvoT
unduly elated or cast down. No ono
cau rullle bis tenipor. No abuse dis?
turbs bis equanimity. Uorcs do not
bore blm. Humbugs do not humbug
blm. Solemn ulrs do not Impose on
blm. Sentimental gush does not Influ?
ence blm. Tlio follies of the moment
hnvo no bold on him. Titles and dec?
orations are hut childish baubles lu
bis eyes. Prejudice di>es not warp
Ids Judgment. lie Is never In conceit
or out of conceit with himself. Ho
abhors all dogmatism. Tho world Is a
stupe on whicll actors Strut and fret
for his cdlilcntlnu arid amusement, and
be pursues the even current of ills
way. Invulnerable, doing what Is right
and proper according to his lights, but
utterly Indifferent vfeHhcr what ho
does llnda approval 'or disapproval
from (Ubers.
If Hamlet had hud any sense of hu?
mor lie would not have been a nui?
sance to himself und to all surround?
ing blm.?London Truth.
Wood'? Grant, and Clovor Good*
)Bo*t (luatitioft obtainable.]
^ ?
Alsike Cloverl
is increasing in popularity every?
where It stands both the Qpld
of winter ami hot, drv weather
in summer liettcr UiJhi Red
Clover, is surer of getting a
stand, and lasts for several
years from the one seeding.
Write for Wood's Descriptive
Catalogue giving our customers
experience with Alsiku and other
(irnsses and Clovers.
You rest nnrt improve your
land, and rest yourself, by put?
ting fields down in permanent
clovers and grasses.
Catalogue mailed free. Prices
quoted on request.
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen, ? Richmond, V.i.
B 11 IS a
B Scodsm
I ANOTHER WONDER OF SCIENCE,
j Hi,,in,;j bn? Proved tbnt Dandruff Is
Canned by a (.t'rin.
Betone? In dpnhj wonders; these days In
mcdlclri? as well as In mechanics. Hlncu
? Adnm lived, tho human race ban boun
?troubled with ilaiidrun". for which no hair
I preparation bos heretofore proved a suc?
cessful euro until Nowbro'S Hcrpleldo was
put on tho market. It la a scientific I-rep?
aration that kllln the germ that makes
dandruff or scurf by digging Into tho
rc.-ilp to got at (he root of the hair, whoro
It i;api< tho vitality; causing ItrhlUK Bcnlp,
falling hair, und finally baldness. With
Puy.^ndruff hair must grow luxuriantly.
It -SSJ^ie only destroyer of dandruff.
Eold by lending ilruRKlsjtu. Honil 10c.
in stamp.-) f?r namplo to Tho llorpi
; cldo Co.. Detroit. Mich.
' Two sizes?50c and $1.00.
ALLEN'S DRUG 8TORE. SPECIAL
' AGENTS.
Feel
Can't think? dot
hemd or back nch
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bwb/t Try
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F/jne Stationery.
Lends null' in your lsisl
nesH ?ml crcatoa a favorable
impression 'Wo nt'ike good
Impressions oil stationery at
prices consistent with good
work.
Wo carry the following well
known brands of paper:
TlondB ? llousatoulc, Har?
rington, Daidrcr, Cambrle,
Cnrthuge.
Flat Writing ? Windsor,
Ivnuh??, l'alo Alto and lllvor
Hide.
Engraving.
Wo represent one of Iho
heat ongravlng houses in tho
United Stales and guarantee
quality and prompt delivery.
Our specialty, all klndB of
commercial print) ng.
Warwick Printing Co.
(INCORPORATED.)
211 Twenty-fifth 6L
Doll "Phono 123.
ran saw'A
MORE OLD HENRY COLD THAN
ANY OTHER.
WHYT BECAUSE QUALITY.
BEB-1
FOH SALE EVERYWHERE.
10
AIRLINE FERRY
8TEAMER8
Eleanor, Squirrel and
Gouldman
Will land you at the new government
Pier at the Exposition Grounds.
Leave
Old Point
A. M.
8:00
8:40
9:30
10:16
11:00
11: lti
P.
12:30
1:15
Z:00
2:15
3:30
4:15
5:00
5:45
6:30
7:15
8:00
8:45
9:80
J0:15
Mi
subject to (ban
Leave.
Exposition
A. M.
8:00
8:45
9:30
10:15
11:00
11:45
P. M.
12:30
1:15
2:00
2:45
3:30
4:15
5:00
5:45
6:30
7:15
8:00
8:46
9:30
10:15
ll:on
with
Schedule
out. notice.
Last Boat Leaves Exposition at
11:00 p. m.
Special Continuous Round Trip
Tickets, 25c. Good aftof o'clock P.
M.
Fresh Peach
AT
KIRKMAN'5
12617 Washington Ave
?ioth Phones 521
DELIGHTFUL
ON CHESAPEAKE BAY TO
BALTIMORE
$2.00 ONE WAY. - - $3.50 ROUND TRIP
OLD BAY LIN!:, CHE8APEAKE LINE,
From Foot of Main St., From Foot of Jackson St.,
Tuei?ayi, Thursdays, Saturdays. Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays.
Lv. Norfolk . 7:30 n. m.
Lv. Old Point . 8:30 ?. m.
Ar. Baltimore; . 7:30 p. m
for particulars apply to
J. N. SMITH, Union Ticket Office, Hotel Chamberlln, Old PolnL
FAST LINE TO
Exposition
?Steamers
"GEN. LEE" & "GEN. PUTNAM"
LBAVia P1HU A, FOOT 2r?tli BT. ALL WATlCIt llOtlTB PA8B1N?
TUM UUKAT ('. Al O. COAL 1*115118 AM) HATTLKSHIPS LYINH IN
HAMPTON llOAlia.
Lv Newport Nows Plsr 0
G: HO A.m.
7:30 a.m. *
K::i0 a.m.
0:30 a.m.
10:.10 a.m
il:lG a.m.
12:00 m.
1:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
r.:on I'M.
0:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
0:00 p.m.
10:00 p.m.
10:4r. p.m.
FARE: 15 Cents.
Lv Pine Beach Pier
7:30 a.M.
8:30 a.M.
0:30 a.M.
10:30 a.M.
11:18 a.m
12:16 P.M.
1:00 P.M.
2:00 P.M.
3:00 P.M.
4:00 P.M.
0:00 P.M.
0:00 P.M.
7:00 P.M.
8:00 P.M.
9:00 P.M.
10:00 P.M.
11:00 P.M.
11:45 P.M.
ROUND TRIP: 25 Cents.
B. F. M'HORNEY, Qen'l Mgr.
Norfolk Ferry Schedule.
"IVY AVENUE AND PINE BEACH ROUTE"
'Endeavor" Steamers: "Annie L. Vansciver"
Lv. Ship
.yard, Now
port News
CTTfj 3730
7:30
8:40
9:30
10:15
11:00
11:45
12:30
1:10
Lv. I v y
Avo. Pier
cVilO 3:45
4:15
5:00
5:1
(i:30
7:15
8:00
8:45
0:30
7:15
0:00
0:46
10:30
11:15
12:00
11:45
1:30
2:15
4:30
5:15
0:00
0:45
7:3(1
8: 1...
0:001
9:45t
10; 16
2:00 10:30
_2|4b J1:46| 8!00 12:J)0j
Lv.
folk
7:30
8:15
0:00
0:45
10:30
11:15
12:00
12:45
1:30
Nor Lv. Ocoan
View.
Lv. ISxpo
. illtLin
Pino
c a
2:151 V-:iu 7:00 2: Mi
3:00 7:30 3:00 8:10 3:35
3:45[ 8:30 4:00 8:50 4:20
4:301 9:00 4:30 0:35 5:05
6:16j 10:00 6,:30110:20
G:00i|0:8u G:uu.ll:05
0:15111:30
7:30
8:111
9:30
10:30
12:00
1:00
1:30
7:00ill:(0
7:30] 12:.15
8:30 1:20
9:30[ 2:05 10: n..i
11:00|_11:20
6:60; 10:30
0:36111:10
7:20|12:00
8:05(12:46
8:60 1:30
Lv
1.1 o a c
Plor_
10 3:00
3:45
4:30
5:15
0:00
0:45
7:30
8:15
8:01)
2:16 10:15
11:30
8:20
0:00
0:45
? Where Quality Is Uppermost. 5
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Qualify and Style
Combiner! with Perfect
Comfort, have made
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Popular with lad its who
look for these,, virtue*.
Shown in all the lato
leathern niid lasts.
$3.50.
WE FIT FEET.
Eisenman's
I Shoe Palace. \
8j 2C00 WASHlNG'lON AVENUE. |?
LADIES!
'I'lils uili) and 25 cunts entities
you to cither a shampoo, mani?
cure, mussugo or faucy hair
dross at
NICHOLAS' HAIR DRESS
ING PARLOR
203. 27th street, Sllshy Uuldp
He -Are yog good at conundrums?
Sin- Yea. 11. -We!!, here Is one: If I
were to propose to you what would you
say??Illustrated lilts.
Th? Splendid New Stoanier*
QUEEN ANNE
and
MONTAUK
EXPOSITION GROUNDS
& PINE BEACH
OLD POINT
Leave Old Point for Pine Beach:
9:00 a. in. 4:20 p. m.
10:30 a. m. 6:00 p. m.
12:00 m. 7:80 p. m.
1:S0 p. m. 9:00 p. m.
8:00 p. tu.
Leave Pine beach for Old Point:
9:45 a. in. 8:45 p. m.
11:15 a. m. 6:16 p. m.
12:45 p. m. 6:45 p. in.
2:16 p. in. 8:15 p. hi.
10:00 p. m.
FARE: 25c ONE WAY;
ROUND TRIP. 40c.
Schedule subject to change without
Dotie*.
Special Invitation
To sco Mrs. ToUssant, Expert
Chiropodist, before going to
the Kxposlilon, Manicuring for
ladies and gentlemen, electric
face massage, shampoo, linlr
dressing, 25c. Marcel Wave,
Bdc; scalp treatment; hair
goods, pllffS and switches, made
out id combings.
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'?ANtrORTATION auiDO.
Chesapeake & Ohio By.]
Fast Trains to Richmond.
I.cavo Newport News 10:05 a. in..jk
11:55 a. in., 5:25 p. in., 8:30 p. m. ?
Local Trains to Richmond.
7:110 a. m., 5:10 p. in. ..jj
Through Trains to tho West.
11:55 a. m., 8:20 p. in.
Trains uitIvo Nowport Nowa, 7:3?|
u. m., 0:20 a. m., 10:35 a. in., 5:35 p.!
in., 5:00 p. m., 7:20 p. in.
Steamer Service for Norfolk.
Leave Newport Nowa 7:10 n. ui.,J
10:10 a. m., 5:10 p. in., 0:05 p. m.
Ferry Service to Pine Beach Pier.
Leave Newport Newa 7:10 a. lU^l
10:10 u. in., (1:05 p. in. Leave Plnol
Reach pier. 0:15 n. m., 11:10 a. m,j|
I ? in p. in., 7:40 p. m.
Norfolk & Washington]
Steamboat Co.
Tho now and powerful Iron PalneS'J
Btestnors. Nowiwrt News, Washington'!
and Norfolk will leave dally as fol?|
Iowb:
NORTHBOUND.
Leave Portsmouth, foot of
North street . 5:00 p 10
Leave Norfolk, foot of Wa?
ter street . 0:00 phi:
Leave Old Point Comfort 7:00 pm
An Ivo In Washington ... 7:00 a M
Arrive lu Philadelphia,
Penn. R. II.??10:50 a H?
Arrive In Philadelphia, II.
ii O. IL It.??11:10 am
Arrive lu Wow York. Ponu.
11. R. 1:10 phi
Arrlvo In Now York, D. St
o. n. n. ?S:oo pm
BOUTHBOUND
Lv. New York, Penn IL R...12:00 pin
Lv. New York, U. & O. R. IL ?1:00 pm
Lv. Philadelphia, Penn. IL lt. 2:05 pits'
Lv. Phlla., 11. & O. IL IL... 2:08pm
Ar. Washington, Penn. H.H. 6:10pm
Ar. Wash., 11. & O. IL IL. .??5:00 p m.
Lv. Washington . ?0:30 pm
Ar. Old Point Comfort .... ?7:00ntn
Ar. Norfolk ..?8:00 a I
I Ar. Portiunoutl.?8:30afti
?Pally. ??Dally except Btimlny.
The trip down the historic Potoiuaa
River and Chesapeake Day on the?
elegant Hlenmera of this company is
unaurpasscd. Tho steamers aru conti
pnratlvely now, having hoeu hullt lu
1801, and are fitted up In tho moat
luxuriant manner, with electric lights^
call bells and steam hunt lu each,
room. Tho lahloB are supplied with;
eVery delicacy of tho season from
the markets of Washington and Nor.
folk. For tickets, roRorvatlon of
staterooms, and further Information,'
apply to 1). J. CALLA11AN, Agont
Norfolk, Va.
1
| Clyde Steamship &
Btsamsra ts Philadelphia
MONDAY, THURSDAY owd
SATURDAY.
Bailing from Philadelphia, TavsAsy,
Thursday and Saturday.
Freight received and delivered 4*115
at O ft O. Pier No. ?. Otfles, XtlTC
Roto. JAS. W. MoCARRiei
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CLYTJ* BTHAMBH1F CO..
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?his. Pa.
IDEAL PHARMACY
COR. WASHINGTON Ml AND 2811) 81
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ALL NIGHT
The Loading Prescription.'
Drug Store in the City.
You Can Meet All of Your f
Friendb at Our
Fountain
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Steamship Lines.
Passengsr A FrsJ?ht
Newport News to Bsltlmsra.
Rvorjr Moil., 'thine., Fcl. 8i>l., arid 8aa. ? p. n? '
Far* 11.00 One Way. IMS Rountf
Trip, Including Stateroom B*rth.
?llekst* to All Polst?.
-1
Norfolk to Boston.
Kverr Sun, 'lues. Wofl. anil Krl. 6 r. n>.
Norfolk to Provldsnes,
Ktory Moo., Ttiurt. und Rat. 0 p, m
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