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recently exposed in New York" City
simply emphasize the fact that, in spite
of the lav/ or of the respectability of
dealers, the best assurance ?f the Ster?
ling quality of Silverware is the trade?
mark of the
"The Lion, the Anchor, and the Letter G"
Too good for Dry Goods Stores?Jewelers only.
WANTED?A partner with MGO capital to
sell and put up in Norfolk a hew and
useful article. Call at la o'clock a. in.
at Tin High, corner Green street, Ports?
mouth, and see mudel. decl?-3t
WANTED?Three furnished or unfur?
nished rooms for Unlit housekeeping.
State locution and terms. Address N.
O. 1'., Hotel Gladstone. flccl7-3t?
SALESMEN?We will sen<l samples und
pay good salary and expenses, or big
commission, to proper applicant: (toods
sold readily: experience unnecessary.
Address P. <>. 1351, N. V. City._
WANTED?Good, reliable nurse to re?
main on premises. Must come well re?
commended. Apply ul once No. 121
Freemason street. dccS-tf
1 want Five Experienced Building and
Loan Solicitors well acquainted In Nor?
folk and udjucctil towns. Will pay
salary with commission. Call on w.
M. 1'AltK. at Atlantic Hotel, Norfolk,
between 2 und 4 p. m. uu4-tf
SALESMEN?One locally and one to
travel; will pay good salary and ex?
penses or commission; orders easily ob?
tained; experience unnecessary; for
samples and particulars address P. O.
Pox i-O New York city._
WANTED?-liy a young man, a position
as bookkeeper, assistant or clerk; two
years' experience; best of reform
, Address H. lt.. this otltcc. delD-lt*
WANTED?A colored girl to scrub and
he useful: must be a wood scrubber.
. Apply at 7.1 Church street. dolO-lt'
UOAitD-Kor two single gentlemen: sin?
gle rooms; convenient tu the business
portion of the city; can lie obtained by
addressing "A. E.," this ulllce. dolO-tf
L2VEKYBODV?III search of bargains for
Holiday Presents should attend the
grand holiday sale at NUSHAUM'S, 1-S
Main street: Pictures, Hildes. Hooks,
Art Novelties, ete.i sold at hall price.
rance combined; exceptional Induce?
ments offered to ilrst-clnss solicitors.
Room 07 Uitddington building, city. 9
to 10 n. m. no2-tf
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compound?
ed. All Drugs, Patent Medicinos. Toi?
let Articles, Cigars and Tobacco. W.
F. PHILLIPS. '-'IG Main street._
liO ARD.?A married couple without
children can obtain board at a low
figure by addressing "SAFETY," Vir?
ginian otllce. de3-tf
C O N SI' LT IN 0~ E L E C T I Vi CA L E N Ql
NEER.?M. A. Agclasto. 31 Plume st.
1'. IILX. Uaek'uuy.'Builoa'/Muj.
Ilio t-'ciituroa und Ileniev
tn? llleniislies, in go p. i,.Hjk fur 11 Mump.
?IoIih BE. WoHdlmry, 1ST W.4&lSt.,N.Y.
lavuutur of WeodlMiry'l Ktiel&l siuap.
FOR RENT?House 87 Yarmouth streot, I
with ail modern improvements: posses?
sion can be given by the 1st of Decem?
ber. Apply to :i? Rute street. uo28-tf
FOR SALE?10-horsc power Holler and
Engine, Shafting, Hangers, Pulleys,
Helling, etc.; all good ns new: will be
sold low to a piotupl buy or. C. \V.
KINO, 333 High street, Portsmouth, Va.
F?JR SALE CHEAP.?Plans and specifi?
cations for brick residence, drawn by
one of the best architects In the
State. Address, '?Plans," this ofllce.
nids for boring a lest Artesian Well at
or near the I'uiuplim Stallen, at Moore's
Bridges, will be opened at the olllcc of
lids Department 11 12 o'clock noon De?
cember 2Mb. IV.ij.
The work must begin with not less than
a 12-Inch pipe, I he sl/.e of the pipe noi to
be less th in Vilich, if practicable, at the
dentil of 2.IHHI feet. U-lneh at the depth of
2.ii00 feet, or t-incli at the depth of ?'?.<>'?
feet. The work to-begin within thirty
days after acceptance ol bid and to lie
push id to completion within six months
Vioti! the lime of commencement.
A bond of $6,000 to lie given with satis?
factory security for the faithful com?
pletion of the work.
Payments 1? !?? made satisfactorily
the work progresses. The right to reject
any or nil bids Is reserved.
By order of the Board of Water Com?
mission.is. Jt. Y. '/.ACIIARY,
del.1- i I Superintendent.
A Card.
i desire to express my high apprecia?
tion for the valuable services rendered
my vessel bv ('apt. E. W. Johnston and
crew of Cape l-letiry l.lfe-8nvln'g Station.
It Is <lue entirely 10 their efforts that my
Vessel was lloutcd and saved, after being
on the beach over two mouths.
It" Master Sehr. Emily F. Northern.
XnttiH Presents nl Cost.
Hats. Umbrellas, Canes, Gloves.
Children's Kins, Mink Hons, and Fur
Trimmings at cost. 1
Few choice stHT hats closed out at $1
arid (1.50.
R. II. HAKER. .IK.. Trustee,
de 17-5t HI Main street.
Tilth Correct Tiling.
For correct tiling In specks and eye?
glasses call on Dr. Week.
I'lljoy Christ mill.
If you would enjoy Christinas sights,
71 ear Dr. Week's speck*.
I'orecasi lor.'l'o-dav.
Washington, ucc. is, isor>.
I-1 Forecast: Virginia?Gone-"
FAIR ' "-"raily fair; probably cloudy
in tin? evening; warmer; south
-1 erly" winds.
1 North Carolina?Fair, south?
erly winds.
The barometer 1ias fallen on Ithe
Atlantic Coast, und in the Central Val?
leys; It has risen at Rocky Mountain
stations, and north of Lake Superior
and Minnesota. It Is wanner east of
the Mississippi, and colder at. Rocky
Mountain and Texas stations.
Fair weather continues on the Atlan?
tic const. Threatening weather and
rains are reported from tin: central val?
leys and southern portion of the lake
The weather will continue fair and
warm on the Atlantic coast and rain
Will prevail In the central valleys and
lake regions.
Sun ri.-es, 7:10 a. m.: sun sets. 4:49 p.
m. High water, 11:11 a. ni. and 11:55
1?. m.J low water, G:1S a. nr. and ?>:U2 p.
nictei'ologlenl Dntn.
?. S. Department of Agriculture,
Weather Bureau. Norfolk. Dec. 18.
Local metcrologlcal data for the -I
I liours ending X p. ni. last night:
I.Maximum temperature. GS
[Minimum temperature . 35
I Normal temperature deduced from
21 years' observations . 44
I Departure from normal . 41
Departure since .Ian. 1st .2.80
Rainfall for 24 b uns. 0
Kaiufull since lirst of month.2.2!?
J. J. ORAY, Observer.
ROLAND REED.?This very capable
actor and a very strong company, in?
cluding Miss luadorc Rush will pre?
sent that great political satire, "The
Politician," at the Academy of Music
to-morrow night. The following very
complimentary notice is from the Bos?
ton Globe of lns.t week:
"Mr. Roland Reed's appearance In
"The Politician" lust night at the Park
Theatre waa greeted with enthusiastic
appreciation l>y n large audience. The
arts and wiles of the adroit political
win-puller were drawn with a felicity
which has characterized*, Mr. Reed's
performance of the play on previous
occasions. His makeup and speech
were Irresistnbly suggestive of the
droll. If somewhat sihabby political
character with which everybody is fa?
miliar, ills very keen touches Of na?
ture were received with abundant ap?
"FRIENDS."?An usually strong at?
traction for the holidays has been sc?
oured i>y Manager Deusborry in Ed?
win Milton Roylc's exquisite prose poem
"Friends." The play has been given
over one thousand performances since
its famous long run at he Standard
Theatre. New York city. The original
Wiat will be seen here. "Friends" Is de?
scribed us a clever comedy drama, of
in. re than ordinary literary value. It
t.-ems with wIMy dialogue, amusing
situations, ami blonds scenei* of deep
pathos with powerful dramatic cli?
maxes. "Friends" comes Christmas
matinee ami night, December 2Etlh.
Notice to Mariners.
Notice Is given by the Lighthouse
Board that as soon as practicable lifter
December 20. 1SUB, Light Vessel. No. 5.
m w moored off Cross Rip Shoal. N'an
luckct Round, will lie temporarily re?
moved from her station for repairs, and
replaced, without change in character?
istics of light or fog signal, by Relief
bight Vessel No. !?. Relief Light Ves?
sel No. !?. has two masts and a short
bowsprit, schooner rigged, with a red
instead of a white hoop Iron day mark
at each masthead. The hull is red in
ntead of black with white stripe, and
has "No. 'j" on each quarter. Light Veii
sel No. f> will be replaced on her station
when the repairs have been completed,
of whlcth due notice will be given.
Officer W. T. Stevens was the man
that arrested young Mr. Hancock
not at his home on Out ten street, but
at Mr. Wade's place of business, Lee
and Central avenues, ami he turned
him over to the city Officers.
Sheriff Cromwell had workmen en?
gaged yesterday In laying a brick pave?
ment in front of his residence on Cen?
tral avenue. A decided improvement,
worthy to be extended all along the
In Looking lor Xious Present*
be sure* to call and see the new goods
received by Frank II. Gnlc this week
Every (lay something new. and his
prices are low down. From now to
Xnuis he will sell line diamonds and
watches almost at cost. Call on him
and save money.
TIlC Demand Ine -ciincn.
The demand increases for our Patrol
$2 Shoe, which Is so well adapted for
the weather we are now having. Made
With three solid leather sides in gaiters
and lacod.
Policemen, foundry men, blacksmiths
painters, and all kinds of mechanics
wear them.
Those that want an easy, broad shoe
should call at
IG Hank street, opposite Courthouse.
We have sterling silver novelties
for 25c. and 50c. each. Cheap presents.
Chapman & Jakcman.
A Purchase From Norfolk Creates a Stir,
Aim nj; Dealers in the North.
.Oil neuters li'iitim Tlint I lie Knvy
Department IIkn I'uld Too Mncli
ami Arc inclined lo Object? Ship
to Nail from Norfolk To.Uaj -Nor*
lulli Hoys to Noll on Her.
The Virginian a week ago noticed
the departure of a vessel from Lam?
bert's Point, loaded with coal, for the
United Slates coaling stutlon at Hono?
lulu, which seems lo have created a big
stir among dealers throughout the
country, as will be seen by the following
special from Washington, in the Now
York Times, of the 16th lust.:
"Coal dealers are exercised over the
purchase in open market by the Navy
Department last week of H.fiOi) tons Of
coal and the charter of a ship to take
the fuel from Norfolk to the Hawaiian
islands. This is in addition to the 1.500
tons of conl for ivhlch bids were regu?
larly Invited by advertisement, in this
latter Instance, the time allowed for the
delivery of the coal was but forty-tlve
days ?practically limiting the bidding
to Pacific const firms. This action
aroused the protest of some of the Rast?
ern coal concerns, who fell that they
had not been permitted to enter the
"Assistant Secretary McAdoo disap?
proved of the recommendation of the
ltufenu Chief in charge of coal pur?
chases. Who wanted the entire amount
purchased In open market. This litl
reau Chief insisted that there was an
emergency, and there was no time to
seek bids in the regular manner.
"The purchase of the 2.000 tons comes
as a surprise lo most of the coal deal?
ers, ami they are naturally disap?
pointed in not being permitted to bid
on the lot of fuel. Tito purchase Is
made of a Virginia firm, which sells a
variety of steamer fuej coal, which
the experts consider the mast accepta?
ble, nit hough it Is frankly acknowledged
that the present purchase is by way of
experiment. The coal men point out
that the method of purchusing coal in
open market Is not economical, and they j
sny that the department Lr paying 35 to
45 cents per ton more than was paid
for the former lot Itought. The conl :
just purchased has cost the riovernrnent
per ton. nnd it will cost $5.50 per ton
to transport the fuel from Norfolk to:
Honolulu. The Department nfllcers say
in defense of their action that they are j
permitted by the statutes to secure coal
at any time in open market, without
competition, if they choose. The plan
Is In secure fuel which will steam fur
1 liest for Ute least money, and it does,
not follow that a low-priced coal gives
the best results. Sometimes, they say,
it Is more economical lo pay more for
coal which will last longer than the
cheaper kind. They say they are yield?
ing a great deal when they advertise
for bids for coal at any time, and th'? re?
cent call for proposals for the 1,500 tons
Is regarded in the Department as a
great concession, made, it Is admitted
by Mr. MeAdoo, because he differed
from the coal purchasing bureau chief
In admitting Ihe coal dealers to the
competition. The emergency which
exists at Honolulu Is not definitely de?
scribed at the Navy Department."
The full rigged ship J. H. Thomas,
now at Lambert's Point, will sail for
Honolulu to-dny with another carco of
coal for the United States Navy. W. S.
Smith and George Sharhi two Norfolk
hoys, will sail on her. They expect to
be gone a year.
Tlie Board ?1 Health.
The Hoard of Health held its regular
meeting yesterday with Dr. L. Lank
ford in the chair.
The Sanitary Inspector's report show?
ed 50 nuisances in the past two week?,
of which 43 have been abated. New
cases of contagious diseases: Diphthe?
ria, 1: scarlet fever, 1.
A resolution was adopted asking the
Councils Lo make an appropriation for
shells to fill Up lades in the unimproved
A complaint from Atlantic City ns to
n bad odor coining from the sewerage
at the public schoolhouse was referred
to the Health (Ifllccr.
Two blWs for nntitoxino furnished ln
dlgent persons by Dr. Leigh were or?
dered paid by the board. The medicine
was used successfully In both cases.
Opposed lo IntoxU-unls.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union hold a meeting yesterday, when
the following resolutions were adopted:
Resolved, That wo again appeal to the
wnineii of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Dork
ley and vicinity, to abstain as far as
possible from serving Intoxicants of any
kind, or any of the templing viands sea?
soned therewith, during the approach?
ing holidays.
That we. ns wives, mothers, sisters
and daughters will lift up a higher stan?
dard of purity and right living In our
homes and we will hot tempt our house?
holds to dishonor our Lord during the
bind days commemorative of His birth.
At Auction To-day:
J. H. Valentine. R. U. Morrists, assis?
tant, will sell at their auction rooms
at 10 o'clock this morning a large line
of dry goods, notions, &c.
( In istnius Holiday ltaic>, via Clie.sa
pcitkc Mill OIllo It iii I m ny.
Round trip tickets at one and one
third fare will be sold between all
stations of the Chesapeake and Ohio
railway on December 22d, 23d, 24th,
25th. 2'.Uh, 80th, 31st and January 1st,
good for return until January 3d, 18'Jli.
Special rates between Norfolk and Rich?
mond. $3.50; old Point and Richmond,
$3. For students of colleges, holding
Certificates of the principal, the sale of
holiday tickets will commence Decem?
ber ICth and be limited for return pns
sage till January 0th, ISH6. For fur?
ther Information apply to
R. T. BROOK 13,
Passenger Agent C. & O. Railway.
dec!4-17-ia-22 Under Atlantic Hotel.
I?r?. Harmon A Firey.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Consul?
tation free. ISC Main street, Norfolk.
t ... toi Holiday Gifts.
Hlg bargains this week. See last
Sunday's Virginian.
WRIGHT'S, 19(5 Main street.
Our novelties in cut glass, silver
mounted, are all new and low In price.
Chapman & .Takeman.
Headache?? Cure It.
Don't suffer headache when a pair of
Dr. Week's glasses may relieve you.
Whole Families Stricken and Many Deaths
Nearly Kvcry Third Person Nnll'pr
lut With n Cold. Wlilrli Often Ito
suits in Cirin, I'll in is, or Pneu?
CoIOb lead to coughs, coughs to grip,
pneumonia and consumption; therefore,
it Is all important to check a cold be?
fore it reaches the lungs. Munyon's:
Cold Cure will positively break a cold
inside of twenty-four hours ir taken as
soon as the cold manifests itseir. When
the cold reaches the lungs or bronchial
tubes the Cough Cure should be used
alternately every half hour with the
Cold Cure. The Cold Cure Is guaran?
teed to prevent pneumonia If used in
the beginning of a cold. Pneumonia or
inflammation of the lun.es can be con?
trolled by the use of these two euren.
The Cough Cure positively cures bron?
chitis, tickling In the throat, hoarseness,
less of voice, soreness of the chest, dilti
culty in breathing, hacking cough and
all pulmonary diseases where the lungs
are not too far decomposed or covered
with tubercles.
If you are ailing step Into the nearest
drug store and get a 2fic. vial of one
of Munyon's Remedies. No matter what
your disease, or how many doctors have
failed to cure. It will give you teller.
Personal letters to Prof. Munyon, IfiOfi
Arch street, Philadelphia. Pa., answered
with free medical advice for any dis?
The president-elect of the Musical and
Literary Association, for the benefit of
McKcildree Sunday-School, Is Dr. J. N.
Webster and not "Dr. J. N. Wilson." as
appeared In The Virginian yesterday.
The agent respectfully requests Iiis
patrons to furnish personals for the
visiting list in locals for the approach?
ing holidays.
The Inasmuch Circle of King's
Daughters will meet this afternoon nt
:i:.10 o'clock at the residence of Mrs.
J. N. Wehster, Purk avenue, A full at?
tendance Is desired.
Last, but not least in the series of at?
tractions at Festival Hull, under the
auspices of the Pure Food Exposition,
will be the flag drill to-night by a com?
pany of young ladles. It Is the same
that afforded so much pleasure at the
Armory during the recent Carnival.
All attend.
There are already eighteen Bramble
Ion families on the list
that have been aided by
the United Charities and the fuel Hint
any have been refused help In the Fifth
ward is due to luck of funds In the
treasury. The above is the statinen!
made by Captain Jim. L. Roper to the
representative of The Virginian yester?
day. He also stated that the number
of subscribers to the United Charities
is largely Inadequate to the demand for
relief during this winter. The "Inas?
much Circle" of Kind's Daughters will
hereafter represent this Institution In
its work In the ward. It Is, therefore,
now a matter with the citizens of Bra.in
bleton to tnke upon themselves the
humane and Christian responsibility of
relieving distress under this systematic
arrangement with the United Charities.
Pawnbroker's Sale.
By direction of F. Jacobs & Bro.,
pawnbrokers, Taylor & Co., will sell at
10:30 o'clock this morning and 7::i'l this
evening, n large collection <>f forfeited
pledges, consl?tlng Of gold and silver
watches, diamonds, Jewelry, clothing,
etc.; furniture, consisting Of carpels,
hea.ters, machines, clocks, an elegant
organ, etc. Every article will be sold
without limit or reserve.
All parties having forfeited pledges
wi'h t'-o firth are requested to call
and redeem same, else they will be
Or any other Souvenir Spoon,
or anything in Sterling Silver,
from a Pen Holder to a Tea Set.
i have hundreds of Novelties in
Novelties for the Toilet Table,
Novelties for the Work-basket,
Novelties for the Desk,
Curling Irons, (llovc Stretchers,
Salve boxes. Pull Boxes,?
All of Solid .Sterling Silver, at
prices that will astonish you.
Correspondence solicited.
Jas. R. Armiger,
31 East Baltimore Street^
Kenny's Xmas Picture
At Kenny's Modern Store,
j-O-O-Main Street-140.
The joyful Christmas Season is close at hand. We propose to commemorate it in &
substantial manner
Next SATURDAY, December 21st, 1895,
By presenting- our customers and all art critics with a LARGE RICHLY COLORED ART
LITHOGRAPH, entitled
An original work, designed and painted especially for C. D. Kenny by Edward Payne, in
which he most ably portrays a pretty, roguish-looking- child of about 6 years with her arrns i
lovingly thrown around the neck of a large, pure white bulldog. The dog presents a jyst-g;
beeii-fe'd look, and, sitting on his haunches, you can almost hear *him say (showing appre?
ciation for his dinner), "Now, just let anyone dare to touch my little charge." Thus ar?:
they great "Friends."
Xmpor ter?J obb er?Re ta i ler?Teas?Coffees ?Sugars.
^ms&z^ SV10 D EI R SN1
140 I-Main Street-I 140.
$ " Lafferty's i
\ Complete Flour." \
9 The Color is a bril- \
jj liant white. Nutty 9
9 flavor?appetizing.
\ It has NO woody fiber, bran,
I? in it. It makes beautiful bread.
A It is very rich, near 300 times
\ the best flour in I he elements ,
tf that nourish the BRAIN, the 9
\ TEETH and BONES. Consti- \
V lion, brain fatigue, indigestion, w
A Irritable stomach and dyspep- A
\ sia, caused by underfed and ?
9 starved organisms, are cured
A by the simple and sensiblblc
\ procuss of supplying the needed .
9 nourishment to BRAIN,NERVE, f
A BILE, BONE. The healthy A
\ ought to use it to escape lhe.se \
9 diseases. It has been tested by 9
A official analysis and by use. A
\ We hove heaps on heaps or lot- \
& tors certifying Its merits. . The
\ THKOHV 1? sustained by acttinl
a fa.i.s. a lot of "Complete Plour"
\ knowlcdgo mailed on request.
B "Complete Flour" |n sold in bags
\ and barrels. Ask your grocer lor
4 a trial bag, }1.
\ lir. Hunter McOulro. Itlelimoinl.
8 Vli;, says: "It.-* value uoidd be
Tor wale hy
Titylor?V l.oynll, Norfolk. To.
.1. It. Itrlgg*. WtM rollt, Vh.
.1. .1. [tndlev. Xnrlollt. Vit.
.1. '/.. Lirtvc. Noilolli. Vn.
< . W. Hiidirin* A- to.. I'tirtN*
toon Iii. V
i' i1 > 11 i 11. Vu.
The Whittle mill Hyduor Co., 9
11 i i 11 i n ii n il . Vll.
Kilt III. ? IL J.
Dnujiliert.v .V Hiirdnilgh,l*ortM. Q
1'12l^JSO^Jx\I^ !
And of Great Interest to Everybody
who Purchases Christmas Gifts,
Calendars, Dairy*, Cards, Hooks by the.
set. single volumes, Ltibles, Pictures,
Mirrors and many new attractions at
i the lowest prices ever heard of.
I The Clroot Holiday Sale at
Nusbaum's. 128 Main Street.
I will be the sensation of the season, lie
I sure to attend the graid sale.
\\wi builders1 nmhii,
Polish Plate and Winuow Glass,
To Whom It May Concern.
1, WM. H. riAHNKS, a Deputy Clerk
of the County Court of Norfolk county,
do hereby certify that Dr. U I* SAW?
YER has license to practice medicine In
the following Stntes: Maryland, North
i Carolina and Virginia. _
do!5-lw* WM. H. BARNES. D. C.
fibre: chamois.
And recommend It as the most satisfactory interlining in 'the maf?'
kct, It is -indorse l by the best dressmakers and ladies' tailors all
over tine world.
No. 10?LIGHT?For Silk Waist and Light Dross Goods.
No. 20--MEDIUM--For Cloth Sleeves and Light Skirls.
No. 30--HEAVY--For Skirts and Capea, Cloaks, etc.' ffl
To be GENUINE every yard must be stamped FIBRE CHAMOlSi'';!
Imitations do not give satisfaction, therefore we do not handle thernv.'jj
Only good linings at right prices has built up our immense trade in^.'i]
this Special Department. * . ' J.
peter smith
Bus ?fp Bjpaiipis
Are stocked with goods itrnl tilled with
customers who are delighted with the
stocks und pleased with the prices.
was small last week for the large lines
we usually carry, hut we have received
fresh supplies by steamer and express,
and our stock now Is the largest, ?nest
and cheapest we have ever had.
Nos. 98 and Rear of 92, 94, 96, 98,
100 and 102 Main Street.
Sawed; split and delivered. First qual?
ity I3cg, Nut and Stove Coal. Also, Drv
Slab Wood. Yard and Office cast end
Huts street extended. 'Phone 776.
_A. LIEBMAN. Agent; Mnnager.
teaches all the latest Parisian designs In
China Paintings, Tapestry. Pastel, Water
Color9 and Oil Paintings. NORFOLK
You notice In the papers the
thousands of business failures .pl|'.'- j
over the country. The reason of;" '-^
this 1b that linns In untielpa^'iy
ting Great Business, have oveju-r.; ?.
stocked themselves at the early*/
part of the season, and now flncf.'K'
that they have more than enqugSf '
goods, but not enough' moneys'".
wherewith to pay. To-day' Job- ' ? ??,
bers force igootls on responsible''
merchants at prices far brloi
An experience ot Thlrty-T.\v,o (-.
Yoars has taught me cere ftndji1
fun-thought, and thanks to th\B.
day, i am enabled to stand as Use?
ful Middleman between the Whoie>\
saler and the Consuming Public,
When other firms advertise. seU-.
lag below cost, I c?n nnnouhc?-,;
that on account of buying cheap,
I shall sell cheap.
Vevet Feathers. Every 8tyleLij
Hat. Everything In Millinery,:;
Good? at less than regular wholev ?
salu prices, yet without loss to me
? Po Hill!!

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