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Town of Suffolk!
SONS OF BRAVE SIRES
Camp of Sons of Confederate Veterans
May Be Organized.
THEY ARE NUMEROUS IN SUFFOLK
Blow Rets n Term In Ifie PeiilicnilHrj
? Fox t'liit) Sinti?'* i? t.'nptnre?t on?
eertetl L'li ?rille?? -? <it? reliow>*Oyii.
lerMtipper?Cnrlonil iil ( imi for ilie
Poor- i'ArNOlliil and l-ocul :\oie?..
Suffolk, V.l.. Juni 21.?(Special)?The
enthusiasm nnd patriotism engendered
by hie Confederate Veteran?' celehra
tlon yesterday may lie productive of
another organization. There is now
heing discussed by nom? of the old
soldiers plan:- looking to the psttibllsh
ineht here of a S ?hs of Veterans O-tmp.
They are in Suffolk enough sons of
military sin s to form a cinii) much
ptronger numerically than mo Tom
6mIth Camp?that is if Uid.v are made
to believe it is i good tilt: g. Many cf
them cam Phe ii ins' ? s.mp, if organ?
ized, will he in s 1:1 ? degree atixlli'iiy
to the vcto-aus' r 1 rttp.
BLOW CISTS A THUM.
Ben Blow gels a term in Richmond.
Two years was the time fixed by a !
Pouthnnipton .lury this week. Blow :i
the tmrglnr who caused Sergeani Ames
to have a narrow escape from death
Blow took nfuge hero and when the
ofiieer pursued went under a rallr . I
train that came near crushing the
Sergeant- Blow was arrested In Be'
comber under Instructions from Ser?
geant Gibson, of Franklin.
OBOES COUNTRY 1 MA Si:.
The Suffolk Fox Club had a cross
country chase to-day. and when the
home-coming was had a fox was In the
party. It was a dead fox, which was
proudly borne by Hon. George I..
(Horum. 'I ' l>rcy was taken after a
hot run of three hours. It led the
bounds through a circuitous route and
was finally overtaken in a road.
NOTHING SUR'R ABOUT IT.
There may he a Suffolk fair this
year. The grounds have passed Into
private hands and the present owners
ore contemplating ? celebration,
though the outlook Is y?t a little
cloudy. It Is understood that outside
capital in the hands of progressive men
may seek investment in the. local race
TO M EET FOiR OMAlR'ITY.
The demands for charity are becom?
ing so pressing in some quarters that
the King's Daughters are going to
have more unanimity of action In
meeting the exigencies. There is to be
11 general conference of all the local
Circles. The meeting will be held next
Tuesday, January 2s1tb, at the home of
Councilman ami Mis. o. W. Trultt.
A full attendance would be liked.
WILL HA V 13 OYSTER SUPPER,
The Oild Fellows are going to have
SOltKI'.hlng i:i the way of a layout. The
Suffolk Encampment No. 82 will do It
next M' inlay. There will be work in
an advanced degree. This will be fol?
lowed by an oyt-i r supper.
A GIFT OF COAL.
The Pocahontns Coal company has
donated a car load o* coal to Circle N'J.
1 Klpg's Daughters, nnd the Norf?.k
end Western railroad will deliyi r It here
free of charge. The glW will relieve
much suffering among the 1.r.
I'KitsO.NAI, AND LOCAL.
The an: reception which was held at
the resld nee of Mrs. John H. l'inner
prolMed th ? Pivkbyterian Ladies' Aid
Society, under whose auspices it was
held, about $111.
Miss Bottle Peake, of Churchlnnd, Is
Hieing entertained by friends in Suf
The Daughters of the Confederacy will
have h meeting Iw-morrtiw at the home
of Councilman and Mrs. John C. Smith.
The BeV. John T. Kitchen, of Wind?
sor, has concluded a short stay with
friends in Suffolk.
K. A. Daughitrey recently killed a hog
at Myrtle i:hat weighed 547 pounds.
Judge D. Tucker Brooke, of Norfolk,
was to-day in Suffolk on legal business.
Mr. Lloyd Savage, of Roper, N. C.,
lias been visiting Suffolk friends this
Miss May gkllea b I'l to-i'ay for Nor
bosses many a body and bur
dons many a mind. You can't enjoy
Die food you like because you are
bilious. You tako all sorts of pre?
cautions, ami yet the bilious attack
leaps on you like a tiger from ambush.
You know tho feeling ! The blood
seeming 011 fire with a dull heat; the
buring pains in the eyes; the bead
seeminjr, *o open and .shut; the hor?
rible nausea. You know the irrita?
bility which precedes and the languor
that follows the attack. It's miser?
able, isn't it.? Why not euro tho
trouble ? There's a pill that will cure
biliousness. Dr.J.C. AYKjt'S PILLS
are an acknowledged specific for this
A. Swanger, Toxarknna, Tex., writes:
.: For fifteen years l have used Aver's Tills,
and find them very effective in bilious cm>
piainU. I have yet to see the case where
they have failed to cure."
folk, where ?he will be IMIss Pearl
Captain C. Hi Oausey bJ canvalesc
Next Sunday at Khe Main Street'.
Methodist church theltev. W. T. Green,
pastor, will prcfich Wie third in a. se?
ries of sermons to young men.
1 >r. F. B. Williams, of Southampton
county, who was recently married in
Maryland, Is ex-peotcd to arrive home
ioHUierrow with his wife.
Httrry Brooks, -whose foot was hurt
in a earl wh.el accident this week, is
The Key. Q. C. Vandersllce. T). D., of
lllclimomi, who has been visiting Suf
P Ik I'dlu-ilvc-a for a few days, will leave
for Irs home ito-morrow.
U, t". Roberts 'Mio new postmaster ati
Wind: r. -has received his corn-mission
und will lake charge ?of the ollice l-'eb
Do you know that we sell the liest Life
Insurance Policy to be bought any?
Wo represent the Union Central,
which is absolutely the best company
which wril.es business in this section.
Our Twoiity Payment Life Policy
cannot be equalled by any contract of?
fered by any o?thor company, while our
I.it - Rate Bntiawihertt policies are tbe
cheapest and best endowment Insur?
In Ilvese you pay ordinary life rates
and g( '. an endowment contract.
Vou will Ins-1 money if you insure be?
fore seeing us.
We r.lso s. II the very best Fire and
Accident In so ranee.
\\ uOnWAHD & ELAM.
No. 6 Main street.
nolG-tf Suffolk Va.
A WON-DEiRF U L FOTAil TtWAY.
Rcmarkothle Ruins Rec'trily Discovered
In Central Amerlcu.
George Byron Gordon, ih<- explorer,
in lhe January Century, gives r;i ne
<? im; cf recant discoveries at Copivn.
under the title of "The .Mysterious City
ruf Honduras." Mr. Gordon says:
Tiie most extraordinary feature thai
our excavations have yet brought 'to
Ugh-' is the hieroglyphic stairway nl
! ady r.-f rr tl t>>. Pacing the plaza at
southern end; it occtipl <1 a central po?
sition on -the western side of the -high
pyrnuildiiil elcvo-tlon that forms the
north* vn wing of the main structure.
Bven in the sad state of ruin In which
we Ii hold it now. it affords a magnifi?
er.-: spectacle. What must it have been
in -tiie day.-; when !?: was entire, and
reached from the floor of -the plaza to
iho entrance of the teiwple i-hot stood on
Use hel-glut h hundred feet luhovcl
When discovered in is:>l. this sr.nirway
was completely buried beneath the de
brls follen from the temple, of which
not one ?tone remained upon another.
'The upper part r.-f the stairway itself
had also been thrown -from Hs place as
if by an earthquake, and lay strnwn
upon lhe lower portion. When, at
length, after months of la'bor, on which
fr-nn fifty to one hundred -men were
em-ple-yed, l?he fallen material was
cleared away, an acre of ground was
covered with broken sculptures, remov
-d during the progress,of the work, anil
lhe lower steps were found unharmed. In
the centre 6f the stairway a-t the base,
is a throne, fir ipodestttl rising to ith?
liflh stirp. and 'projecting eight feet In
?front. The design upon Hs face* Is
rich In sculpture nnd delicate in detail.
It is made tip in pant of handsome
faces, masks, death's 'heads, and scrolls,
beautifully carved, and disposed with
perfect sym-inetry, 1>ut -Wie ensemble is
perfectly mi intelligible. On i-he face of
. a h step in lhe .stninwny is a row of
hieroglyphs, carveil in medium relief,
running-the entire length. At intervals
in tin- ascent the centre is occupied by
a human figure of nclhle and com?
manding appearance, arrayed In splen?
did attire, seated on the steps. The up?
per parts at all these figures were
broken away, but the -pieces of several
were recovered and restored. On each
side was a solid 'balustrade two feet
thick; the upper parts of these were
also broken away, but by careful study
ami comparison, enough was roeover
- d to enniblc us to make out tbe cu?
rious and comrplicn-ted design. Por?
trait like busts Issuing from the Jaws
-<r grotesque monsters, standing out
upon these balustrades, and repented at
regular i ntervals, formed their princi?
Notwithstanding the arduous toil
under the fiery rays of a tropical sun,
the exhunilng of thi-s stairway, in Die
construction of which the ancient
sculptors exhausted the resources of'
their art. was a fascinating labor, and
was performed under the constant
st millions of expectation, and the ex?
citement or discovery. When the last
lay's work was dope, and I stood upon
the look, n t'hronc at the base of the
stairway, to take a last look at the
aceno of my labors, so familiar had I
grown with every fen tore of the place
that it seemed to cost but little effort
nf ihn mind to roll aside the mist that
hid the past, and restore again the
shattered fafhric. From my position I
could see the whole plaza, with its
monuments and tempi,--crowned pyra?
mids. In front of in-- the smooth
cemented pavement stretched away
westward to a range of terraces lha"t
bounds it in that, direction, but leaves
unobstructed the view of the moun?
tains beyond the valley. In other days
the parting shafts of the sun struck
the temple, and its sculptured walls,
adorned with paint and stucco, flashed
in tho light; until the shadows; mount?
ing the throne and climbing the stair?
way, shot above the highes! tower, nnd
loft the city wrapped in glo.-m. For
a moment tin- peaks stood dark nnd
gigantic ngaliiHi the iLiKstling sunset
hu-.tf. crowned with glory: then tho
color? fad-- I rap: lly, giving way t-- a
pale glow above lhe mountains, while
sudden darkness fell upon tin? valley.
Musing on tie- <- :ene t was dimly
aware of a tonj? array of shadows pro?
jected from the past. Nor was it al?
together fancy. This plaza has wit
nes?ed many a sc no of august pomp,
and many a glittering pageant. Many
a priestly proci sslon with solemn rites
has trod these si ulptured stairs, and
here, doubtless, on many a day famous
in Uhe annuls of the nation, the
idumcd warriors ..f Co, returning with
victorious banners, bowed before the
throne where Ihelr monarch sat In
state and proudly reviewed them us
tin y passed.
Col. Kmil Frey, formerly president
of the Swiss republic and for five years
Swiss Minister to Washington, is at
present d!recior-in-chlef of the Inter?
national telegraph sys-tem of Kurope.
He fought In the Union Army during
the civil war nnd was for a time a
I prisoner In Libby prison.
.TOTE RBLIG'IOUS REVIEW OF
RiE'VIlDWS.?The Virginian acknowl?
edges the receipt of the first number of
this new monthly, edited by Clarence
11. strouse, Salem, Va., and with offices
of i>ubllcatlon at Salem, Va., and
?branch olllces at New York, Chicago
and Philadelphia. The initial number
I? fully abreast with the leading maga?
zines of the day. It is handsomely
covered, splendidly 'printed und excel?
lently Illustrated, while Its table of
contents are of rare Interest. The field
for its scope Is large and practically
unoccupied, and the publishers hope
to demonstrate the fact that a maga?
zine can be successfully published In
the South. The contents of this num?
ber embrace "The Fatherhood of
Ood," Rev. George Miller; "Spiritual
Sense of the Temple Worship." South
G. Preston: "The Happiest New Year,"
Mrs. Margaret Hottomc; "The Educa?
tion We Need," James M. Taylor, D.
P.; "How to Reach the Masses," Btsh
op J. "Weaver, D. !->.; "The Unknown
Companion," D. Li. 'Moody; "What
Next," Leonard Wolsey Bacon; "Love
Giving Itself a Sacrifice," Andrew
(Murray; "charge to a Yening Divine,"
Lev! P. DbWbs. D. D., and "Why Did
Moses Veil His Face." by Rev. Dan?
iel Steele. LL. D. Its departments arc
all ably edited. "0 cenUs a number; $2
THE roi'TIl'S EXPORT TRADE
The Baltimore 'Manufacturers' Re?
cord of this week calls attention to
the remarkalble development of the
Smith's ex'port trade, which is em?
phasized by a summary of the statis?
tics of breadstuff shipments for Hie
year lSf>7 as compared with 1896., The
total shipments' of corn, wheat, oats
and flour from live leading Southern
ports aggregated 167,!i:iS,!i"2 bushels
against 128,861,847 bushels In 1890. Tho
total Increase yas 39,077,125 bushels.
The total value of the exports of all
brettdstuffs from the lead in;: ports of
the country for 1SH7 was $213,121.10S, a
gain over ISflfi of $6G.'.i00,00O. At these
live Southern ports the total for 1SU7 j
was 189.055,052, ngainst $55,177,884, be- |
ing an increasHj uf SSl.STT.lCS. Thus of
a total gain from the entire country of
$66.900.000 nearly one-half or $31,877.163
was from live Southern ports. Making
a comparison by percentages, the In?
crease from these live Southern ports
was 5."i 7-10 per cent., against 23 5-10
per cent, for all other ports.
Eishop Earl M. Cranston, whose sen?
sational sermon before President Mc?
Kinley a week ago was telegraphed all
over the country, repealed the sermon
In Cincinnati last Sunday.
Everybody ought to
know about the impor?
tance of pure blood, and
how to purify tainted
blood. There is not a
man or woman living to?
day who cannot read with
profit the free books issued
by the Swift Specific
Co., of Atlanta, Ga. They
are written in plain lan?
guage, and contain a great
deal of valuable informa?
tion. They arc intended
for healthy people, as well
as for those who suffer
from Cancer, Contagious
Blood Toison, Scrofula,
Eczema, Catarrh, Rheu?
matism and all other
These books are absolutely fan.,
and can be had by anybody by
t h fc Swift
n Yoq GMIM Easily?
Mr. Erheridge Used To,
He Don't Now.
He says: T cannot help feeling grateful
lo Dr. Flrcy for the blessing his treat?
ment has been to me. Reforc i began
treatment I TOOK COLD VERY EASI?
LY AND SEEMED TO HAVE A COLD
MOST OF THE TIME. I WAS CON?
STANTLY TROUBLED WITH A FEEL?
ING OF FULLNESS IN THE HEAD,
AND HAD GREAT DIFFICULTY IN
BREATHING. MY Til ISO AT FELT
ROUGH and at times, especially when
olds were bad, 1 would have headache.
WHEN I AROSE IN THE MORNING i
WOULD HAVE A HAD TASTE IN MY
MOUTH; AND OFTEN WAS AS TIRED
AS BEFORE i LAID DOWN. Bleep did
not seem to rest me as It ??l.oiild. Some
(Inil 3 I was nnncyed by SWIMMING OF
THE HEAD, and at otlv r limes ItlNfJ
ING NOISES AND SNAPPING IN M\r
EARS. Quite ?fter. MY VOICE HE
CAME HUSKY AND WEAK, CON?
STANT TICKLING IN T1IK THROAT
caused much annoyance and at times
considerable coughing. THESE SYMP?
TOMS ARE NOW ALL GONE, THANKS
TO DR, FI KEY'S TREATM ENT, AND i
BREATHE FREELY, SLEEP WELL
and feel well rested. Henlth is excellent.
In fact, I BELIEVE AND HOPE HIS
TREATMENT 11A S AFFECTED AN
ENTIRE AND PERMANENT CURE.
H. B. ETI 110RIDGE,
Great Bridge P. O., Norfolk county, Va.
L. B, FIREY, M.
Specialties the Eye Ehr, Nose and
Throat. Ofllces 1 and 2 No. 311 Main St.,
opposite Commercial I'laoe. Hours li to
12:30; 2 to 6. Consultation always free.
Terms always moderate. Medicines free
I whose house is conspicuously cleau, whose work worries
[J her least, whose leisure time is greatest,(how she manages.
The chances are ten to one she will answer:
" I do all my cleaning with
Sold by oil grocers. Largest package?greatest economy.
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
Chicago. fit. Louis. New York. Uostou. Philadelphia.
ONLY ONE MORE WEEK AT THESE PRICES.
To Secure a Rubber or Mackintosh Garment
at 33 l=3c. on the Dollar*?^>
NOW GOING ON AT
What the greedy Trust cannot buy they aim to crush. The
effect of this policy is shown at No. 332 Main Street,
where the Rosen thai Rubber Company is giving the Trust
the biggest battle of their life
A Word Explaining Why We Are to Locate in Norfolk.
What we intend doing to make the acquaintance of the public (wholesale as well
as retail purchasers) not of Norfolk and vicinity alone, but tli?> entire country
tributary to it. Our salesmen travel the New England und Central States where
they have established trade of years Standing. Our reason for seeking new sur?
roundings is to tight the trust from A to Z. and sell our goods at S3 1-3 on the dol?
lar in order to increase the demand for our goods.
LOOK CAREFULLY OUER THE FOLLOWING PRICES \
One lot of Ladies' very fine Mackin?
toshes, Strictly all wool, with long mili?
tary capes, in nil colors, former price,
S3.75; sale price, JI.OO.
A very line lot nf Ladles' Higli Grade
Storm Coats, all double texture in single
and double detachable ropes, with or
without velvet collars, colors black, blue,
anil light: former price, $9.50; sale price,
Attention Is called to this special lot
of Ladles' high-grade Mackintoshes, all
double texture, lined throughout with the
IInest of woven linings! checks and plaids,
iwo enpes; detachable velvet collars, in
all colors, cloths. cusislnicros, serges, co?
verts and Henriettas; former price, $12.50;
sale price, $3.50.
Ladles' Imported high-grade double lex
lure Mackintoshes, two capes, detachable
velvet collars, lined throughout with the
finest of changeable silk linings no finer
made for the money; never sold for less
than 118.50; sale price, Jii.00.
Men's Ittftivy Rubber Coats, for firemen,
anil teamsters; former price, fz.M; sale
Men's Mackintoshes, nil wool, double
texture, with capes, plaid linings, colors
i blue and black; former price, }".f>0; salu
? price, $2.00.
j cents' very fine Mackintoshes, double
texture, In nil colois, cloths, casstmeros,
I tricots and coverts, made single and dou
' hie breasted box style, velvet collars, and
(also with capes; former price, (12.50; sale
? Cents' Imported high-grade Mackln
! toshes, double texture, box style, cloths,
I Meltons, Serges, and Coverts, silk sleove
I linings in the very finest of plaids and
I checks, woolen linings, no finer made;
i these garments have never sold for less
than $1S.C0 to $25.00: price to closo them
I out, from $5.00 to 77.50.
I Children's KuhU-r and Mackintosh Gar
I moiHS almost given away at any price.
332 HAIN STREET, NORFOLK, VA.
SALTO Ol'BN ALL DAY AND UNT1 L 1? AT NIGHT.
Plants now ready for delivery.
The berry for this section. 1 ter?
ry growers, you cannot nfford to
he without It. The llncnl only
strawberry plant over offer ed In
tills section. In It you will find
a money maker.
Tented In Norfolk section three
three years. Try il and you will
like It. Per thousand plains.
$2.50; lower In quantity. fiend
for circular. Ag< m for Western
ftrnnch District, .1. <:. KID
(KlOll f'hiuehlaiiil. V?. Address
a. s. 'it Kin \- Co;, Strawberry
Specialists, 415 Church street, for
plants on Norfolk side.
Wn Kill semd you n flvn iSl dar trlf*i
tre:iliuoul uf the Jb'ruiiWi Hetuodv
C ALT HOS frcr, l-? CO. D'?i nnil
u IckiiI ?litinintco tiiut L'Al.TIUl.h Will
STOP niaclinrai? und r.inln?lnni>.
snd Itl.STOHK l.oat Vl|*l%
It costs you nothing to try It
A COFFIN SELLER'S LETTER
IF. O. COLKMAN, Durham. N. C:
Dear Sir:--! am very much pleas?
ed with your Tobacco Oll Lini?
ment. My wife had suffered for a
number of years. So much so that
sh,. was not aide to attend to her
domestic affairs. She has used
thiee bottles and run now do all
h, r work with pleasure. Her
neighbors seeing the result bavo
bought the remaining bottles we
had left, and wo have a call nearly
every day for It. Enclosed you will
Ibid money order for ono dozen
more. Please ship at once. Res
|. < tfully. .1. G SlITTON, Sr.
J. O. Sutten & Son, Funeral Direc?
tors, New Derne, N. c.
W. H. TERRY & CO..
Wholesale Distributing Agents,
Southern Farmer sent ono year
to everyone buying a. bottle, 25c.
DR-JOTT'S WERVERIHE PILLS.
The Rreat rcme
ily for nervous
all nervous dis?
cuses of the gen?
,of cither sex,
. such ns Nervous
and irrr.ii naiM Falling or Lost
Manhood,1m potency,NlRhtly Emissions. Youth
(ul Errors, Mental Worry, excessive use of To?
bacco orOplum, widen lend to Consumption and
. Insanity. With every $/i order we. give a writ?
ten guarantee to euro or refund the money.
Sold alSJ.OO nor box. fl boxes for Sii.OO.
\ Mall orderi to J. M. F. TROTTER, drug
j eist, manufacturer's ugent und manufac?
turer of Trottbr's never falling Heudacha
and Neuralgia U'nfers, corner Muln and
1 Church streets. Norfolk. Va.
Give us your orders for Meals nnd In
turn we will deliver It for yon freu of
charge and give, yen the
FIN K.ST BEEF. MII.K VEAL. BPRINfJ
KAM It. PORK. I.Aim. SAUSAGES,
ETC . ( IN EARTH.
J, S. BELL Jr., & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
QUEEN A.\|> CHURCH STREETS,
PHONES ESS AND 1010.
Norfolk iron Works,
GEO. W. DUVAL & CO.,
No. l? Water Street. Norfolk, Vc,
ENGINES, ItOlLERS, SAWMILL, ami
nil kinds of muchlntuy ot the must Im?
proved patterns. Also repairing ot tho
shortest notice. particular attention to
?eambo?t work. DUVAL'S PATENT
UOILEK T?RE FERRULES aro tho
only perfect remedy for leaky boiler tubes.
Tliev can be Inserted In a fow minutes by
any engineer, and orb warranted to stop
irwin's Express Company
NO. 218 WATER STREET.
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETR
OUTFIT IN THE CITY FOR HAULING
ANYTHING. YOUR WORK SOLICIT?
ED. .WORK HORSES FOR HIRE,
You can buy a Truss from
anybody and anyone can put
a Truss on, but if you wish to
be permanently benefited by a
truss, it should be the right
kind and must fit correctly.
We have special apartments for
fitting trusses and give careful
attention to the proper adjust?
ment of them. Our assort?
ment is complete and we guar?
antee every truss.
Patent Wledicinfes at Cost
Burrow. Ii l ft
296 MAIN STREET.
Goods delivered free Ports?
mouth, Berkley, Bnimbleton
and Atlantic City.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!
We nlso beg to acknowledge with grate?
ful appreciation the liberal patronage be?
stowed upon us In the past, and purpuso
to prove it by offcitg our patrons tho
lowest living prices on anything in tho
way of Hardware, Household Goods,
Paints, .Stains. Tools, Klc.
Sec the WHITE HEATER, ?3.00 up ac?
cording to size. Sheet Iron sides, steel
lined, cast Iron top and' bottom. Nothing
The BANKER OIL HEATER, S4.50. The
safest, best and most ornamental oil heat?
er ever offered; every one warranted.
SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS
Estimates cheerfully furnlscd. Give 119
a call or ring us up on cither phone, 327.
WHiTE HARDWARE CO.
309 Main Street, NorlblkVa.,
Corner Commercial Place.
YOU KNOW WHEN YOU GET IT
THAT IT IS THK BEST THAT MONEY
WILL BUY. WAGONS DELIVER IT
AT THE DOOR TWICE OR THRICE A
WEEK. PHONE fdO.
A SPECIALTY pA'&ftS!
flaryIlLOOO roiSON permanontlj
curod In 1G to3n day r. Ton can be trootert n|
homo tor MUM priao undor a am o g n a rn u
ty. Ifyou prefer to comobero wowlllcoa.
tructto pay railroad taround hotel bills,and
noobarge.f f nofall to euro. If youbavo taken uier
enry, iodide uotnnh, and (Hill have aobos and
puln., Mucous rutchea |n mouth, Sore Throat,
PI tuples, Copper Coloredfjtoots, IJlcora on
eny part of thobody, Iltilr or Eyebrows falllpir
out. It Is this Socoadury BLOOD POISON
vre gnitranteo to enro. Wo solicittbo raost oh? tl
Dnte cusos and challengo tho world for A
cuso we onnnotenro. Tlila dlfflaao liasnhynji
baffled tbo skill of tho moat oroinont phyil?
clans. 8500,000 capital behind our iincondb
tlonol guaranty. Absolute ?roofs Gent sealed ob
application. Address COOK IIK3IEDV CO..
.?lb Hi iconic Temple. CHICAGO, 2
IN THE MS RKET FOR LTME.
PORTLAND OR AMERICAN
CEMENT. PLASTER. HAin.
CHIMNEY PIPE, FIRE BRICK.
LATH OR SHINGLES. SEK US
BEFORE YOU HUY. WE ARE
SOLK AGENTS FOR ACME
CEMENT PLASTER. NEW NO.
Ub WATER STREET.
B ATCH ELDER
?Established In 1S8L
Operates tho Edison SyHtem, furnishing
dliect eiectrlo current for Incandcscont
lamps, motors for manufacturing, eiectrlo
fano and other purposes. Current 112 and
224 volts. Brush and American System for
Ocneral offices No. 271 Mnln street, at
Savings Bank of Norfolk; station and au*
perintendont'B ofllce, 81 Cove street.