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NEWS BUDGET HIte, the Mecklenburg: Mur? derer, Will Be Hanged. THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE Benrrliltiff for a MinDlne CUlKrn-MWn Follt Nncs n nicrcnntllo Firm For lien** Ilnninge??MMI? ?;trl IMc? or Ganirrcno-MllUnry Delegates Appolttlotl ? Tlio Fonrlb Vlrgluln ?Brief Mention. [A. ; - ; (Special to VIrglnlan-PIlot.) B-lchmoncl, Vs., Jan. 21.?Governor Tyler to-day Anally decided not to in? terfere in the case of George HIte, the Mecklenburg murderer, to be hanged Monday. January 23d. The application for commutation of sentence to life im? prisonment was left at' the Governor's office Friday by Mr. Charles T. Beekes, attorney for Itite. It was signed by a number of Mecklenburg people, but by none of the ofiicers of the court. Gov? ernor Tyler was In "Washington when Mr. Reeks called, but he returned Fri? day night, and spent a great portion of to-day in examining the papers in ithe case. He saw no ground for inter? ference, and sent the following tele grum to Mr. Keeks: Boydton, Vti. Mr. Charles T. Beekes: "It I? a painful duty that forces me to decline request for commutation or respite in Ilite case. Can lind no grounds to justify executive interfer? ence. (Signed) "J. H?GE TYLER," Governor. STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. The Governor to-day appointed the following members of the State Hoard of Agriculture, to nil vacancies occa? sioned by resignations, and the expira? tion of terms: First District?J. II. E. Beverly. Ecsex; Third District?Julian Ruflln, Hanover; Fifth District?J. M. Barker, of Henry; Eighth District?C. ,1V. Heater, of Frederick; Ninth Dis? trict?Samuel H. Nowborry, of Bland. He also appointed Major John T. Cownn, of .Montgomery, on this board, to succeed Mr. VV. W. Brand, of Roa jnoke, resigned. A MISSING MAN. Nothing has yet liven heard of Mr. fWalter S. Stulz, of this city, who dis? appeared from his homo Thursday. Every effort is being made to learn hits ?whereabouts. Not a trace has been discovered. Mr. Stulz left home Thursday morning. He has not been Seen since. Mr. Stulz has lately been selling Igoods for a Northern firm on the in? stallment plant, and hn.s been working the territory between horn and Gil ton. His son, Mr. W. S. Stulz, Jr., got tip from a sick bed this morning and went up to that place. He will walk Jjack to Richmond this evening looking for his father along the way. His brother, Mr. T. S. Stuiz. went to ?Newport News ami Hampton this morning, thinking probably he had cons there, as he often expressed a Kvish to go there, and had money due him both at those places, and between here and Gayton. A friend has gone to Washington, thinking Mr. Stulz has gone there on business. In addition his wife's brother, Mr. W. Xj. Boales. one o fthe train dispatchers for the Chesapeake and Dhio road, ban telegraphed all over the country to Chiefs of police to look out for him. . Mr. Stulz has n wife and six children The greatest grieT exists at his home although his family to-day expressed the belief that Mr. Stulz had no biet of killing himself, but went away to necure physical and financial better? ment. SHOP GUtL SUBS FOB DAMAOF.S. Miss Hannah Folk, of thts city, to oay instituted suit against Julius Mey? er*!! Sons, merchants, for $20,000 dam? ages for Injuries sustained while com? ing out of an elevator of the firm. Miss Folk was a. saleswoman in the store Owing to the elevator not being in proper working order, or not helng properly managed, she fell and hurt lier leg. n did not seem very serious *u flrst, but in a short time It became -very much inllamed. she was taken to the Old Dominion Hospital, and had have it amputated. Her counsel a,. Messrs. Pendleton & Cocke. two of the Ibest known lawyers in Richmond. I DIKD OF OANORENE, Little Miss Hazie Genevive Hix died lat the Retreat for the Sic k ?Ms morn? ing at 7:i:. o'clock. The child wan just .thirteen years of age, and about a year ngo hurt her f?.',t while playing with flier companions. The bruise, at first thought to be trilling, threatened gan? grene and sfhe was taken to the lie treat where an amputation took place. 3n all the. months that have followed the flesh did not heal and her death re Bulted this morning. She was the daughter of Mrs. Cora and the late "George O. Hix. The remains were tak? en to the residence of Mr. K )'? B ??> .age, No. 30S West Marshall street. The ?ntermont notice will bo given later. MILITARY DELEGATES. The Governor has appointed ("v.l. Jo. (Lane Stern Assistant Inspector Gener? al; Capt. w. w. Harrow, Acting Assist? ant Adjutant General, and Gen. Win. rNa.Uo Adjutant General, as delegates iTrom this Stale to the military conven? tion to be held at Tampa, February 2th. MT'STER OTJT IN RICHMOND. The Young Men's Business Ass icia ton of this city, have sent n letter t > ?the Senators from Virginia and Con? gressman Lamb asking them to use their Influence to have the Fourth Vir? ginia Regiment brought here for mus? ter out, instead of being discharged in Cuba. There is thought to be little doubl of tlte regiment's being discharg? ed in Richmond. BRIEF MENTION. The Southern Paper Company was rhartcred here to-day. Capital slock, 525,000. Some time during last night the of? fice of Henry A. Hare'r. planing mill naid box f.n tory, No. 2318 East Main Kirret, was entered by burglars and S'JfjO In negotiable notes were taken. The burglary was not discovered until this morning. I do not believe there is a case of dysptp 'sia, indigestion or any etoiunch trouble ibnt cannot bo re? lieved nt once ond permanently cured f?T my DYSPEPSIA CURE. ' MUNYON. At nil druggists, 25c. a vial. Guide ^to Health end medi? cal advice free. 1003 Arrb street, Pliilu. TOW N OF SUFFOLK A North Carolina Couple in Trouble. sir. v.. t:. Holland Por Congress?New Free l.llirnrjr- Tbe llsnki* of sub folU?Weylimmt'a Kes Horn,?Hero ni?<? There. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Suffolk. Va.. Jan. 21.?Charged with alienating the affections of his neigh? bor's wife, Henry Futrcll, of North Car? olina, was arrested here to-day. The woman was with Futrell when the oill cer came, ami sin-, too. is in the toils. They bad been wanted for some time, \ and the olllcers here were on the look? out. The woman Is Melissa Upon. Chief of Police Ames chained them together with Bteel bonds and hustled them off to Potecusl, N. C. That Is where they are wanted. The pair was turned over to Deputy Sheriff J. P. Otitlnnd. They may have to answer other nc cusatlons. it is said they will be ] charged with larceny. NAM KD FOIt CONGRESS. At ti joint meeting of the Mount Pleasant Yacht Club yesterday with a party of their friends from the county, tbe.company indulged in a bit of poli? tics in addition to their regular festivi? ties. Somebody informally nominated State's Attorney 10. K. Holla ml as the next Congressman front this district. He got it unanimously. The spring nominations, which are much nearer at hand, were not gone Into. NEW FREE LIBRARY. Suffolk is to have a. new circulating library. The Baptist people will start the ball turning next Monday night. The library scheme will bo formally inaugurated then by the Baptist Young People's Union, in what they call a "book night service." The library will contain some of tlie very best litera? ture extant. The benefits are not con? fined to the Baptists exclusively. Pastor J. P. Hove said to-night the library would be open to tbe "young people of the town irrespective of denominational affiliations." lie said: "The public is invited to the exercises Monday night, and the young men and women of Suf? folk are cordially offered the use of the books free of all costs." WKYIIMAN'S NEW HORN. Mr. Max Woyhman, a member of the Phoenix Military Band, has a new in? strument, that attracted a great deal of notice the other day when they played for the Lee birthday celebration. It Is a double euphonium tiial cost about $150. And It makes good music, aside from being a pretty piece of mechan? ism. HIS HURRY <'< 'ST MONEY. Willie Wilkins got in a big hurry nt the wrong time. He was driving along at a moderate rate, ami when he want? ed to get there quickly made bis team go to,, f.ist. He was up in the Police Court to tell about it this morning, and Judge Brewer made It fl.?!.">. WITH SUFFOLK RANKS, The Farmers' Hank force will not lie able to get into their pretty new build? ing before hue spring or early sum? mer. I'a shier W. II. .lone::, dr.. said to? day they didn't expect to move till May. and It's not absolutely certain every? thing will be ready then. There has bei n delay in certain parts of the con? struction; The I'.auk of Suffolk, the one now in process of organization, has rented the i building at S Washington square, tbe ( biro to begin February 1st. After its ; equipment with office fixtures the new financiers will be ready for business, probably by February ir.th. HERE AND THERE ITEMS. Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Bennett, of Norfolk, arrived to-day, to be guests of Mrs. Bennett's parents, Mr. ami Mis. J. E. Booker, 8 Saratoga Street, People who drive in from the county complain of the deplorable state .>r the roads. Tbe rainy weather is partially responsible. .Mr. Mills Rogers, n prominent eitl sen of Chuckntuck, visited friends In Suffolk to-day. Prof. <". M. Kilhy. of Woodborry For? est School, came this afternoon to visit Suffolk relatives. His school is tem? porary closed while they are moving in new quarters. Mr. James C. Causey got back to? day from a business trip to Baltimore. He will leave- next week for the South. Mr. Ashton Chalmers, a well-known druggist of Smilhfield, is visiting Suf? folk friends for a few days. Dr. and Mrs I.. Lhnkford, of Nor I folk, came to-day to be entertained by tMrs. Lank ford's father, Henry Jonen, j Esq.. for :i short time. .Miss Helen Murray returned to-day from n. visit to friends in Newport News and Norfolk. Dr. v.". w. Staloy returned to-day from a trip to KIou College, N. ('., of which lie is president. Former Justice K- L. Everett was in Suffolk to-day. Il<- says there is an epidemic of grip in Lower Parish. Mrs. A. Woolford and family, of Qucenstown, Md.. came to-day to reside permanently nt Mrs. Wootford's former home. No. ISO Main street. Mr. Woof ford, who Is booked to be cashier of the now bank, will arrive in a week or BO. Misses Mary Deik and Stella Freehy. who teach in the county, arrived to-day to spend Saturday and Sunday wilii Suffolk friends. Rev. N. Q. Newman, of Franklin, was in Suffolk, his former home, to-day. Mr. Waller II. Kley, of Norfolk, cnino this afternoon to visit his family in Suffolk. Rev- .1. F. Love's subjects nt the Bap? tist Church Sunday ate: "Abounding In the Work" and "The Sermon on the Mount and tbe Doctrine of Prayer-" The evening sermon Is the sixth in a t Berti s on ilio "Lifo of Jesus." Tlie ordi? nal ?? of Immersion wilt follow. l rry yench, of Norfolk, was at h's oio home, In Suffolk, to-night. Ho used to be Western Union manager here. Miss Debbie Durnette, of Conollo, N. r.. is In Suffolk as the guest of her. sist'-r. Mrs. T. M. Allsbrook, No. 5 IN nrl street. Rev. William chlnn has nearly recov? ered from his lata Indisposition and will preach twice at the Presbyterian I Chin ch Sunday. A i legrum io-<iny from Los Vegas, New Mi xlco, brought word that Mr. 011(1 Boumun's condition was not so favorable. Mrs. A. My rick, of Southampton county, < :inn' this afternoon to visit her father, former Postmaster E. B. Brltt. Some go..il music lsns been arranged f..i Sunday by 'be Christian and Meth? odist choirs. OT'ORT NEWS fvlr. Collis P. Huntington on Pros? pects for Business. 'the Treu?! of tiling* Appears i<> Bei To iv.n ril I'rnnporlly ? 31 tin r'rom III rhino ml Senreliliix for MInhIiik r'nllir-r Hu' lYltlf lug Obid-tile*. Newport N< ws. Vn.. Jan. 21.?Mr. Col? lis l'. Huntington talks as follows about the pri bikm I for business: "In my opinion we are going to have at lei -i two or three years of good limes. I gniige what Is to be by what has bei n. Business moves in waves, sometimes up and Borne times down. "During the sixty years that 1 have been In business I have watched eoti dilions and changes very closely und I know thai any person who calculates on more than three years of really good times out of each period of ten years calculates on something that never happened. Of course, except the years during and Immediately follow? ing the civil war. Then abnormal condi? tions prevftled. In those days we want? ed money in this country and we simply manufactured it. "Just now the trend of things ai> II us to be toward m isperlty. ?if course people may overdo the thing. Tiny may climb so fast that they will get dizzy and fall. They should be careful and nol abuse the good things thai are offered. Common sense and forethought should alWi ys prevail. In good limes we must prepare for the bad limes which must inevitably follow and in bad times some of us prepare for the good times. Men arc able to make money in good limes by the work that they <b. when times are hard. We do not sell Uiinga when prices are away down, but we get them ready to sell w hen prices go up." SEARCHING FOR HIS FATHER. Mr. T. S. Stutz, of Richmond, arrived In the city this morning in search of his father. Mr. Walter S. Slutz. who left home yesterday morning and can? not be found. lie left home about 10 o'clock yester? day morning. H? hade the members of the family good-bye. ns usual, but Mrs. Still/, says she now recalls thru his up liearancc and manner were not natural, lie has never returned. Not b>ng nfti r Mr. Slutz was gone his Wife f >lind a letter from him directed to herself. It told her of his Intention of going away for a time, but assured her he was not going to do anything rash. From further expressions con? tained In the Ii tter Mrs. Stutz Infers thai her husband has gone away in search of medical treatment, and of work. Mr. Stutz does not believe that his father lies committed suicide, hut thinks that he has gone to another city in an effort to raise money with which to pay his debts. Be sitys Hint every? thing in the Richmond home was har? monious and that the father wns de? voted to his wife and family. ti;r whiting ?)Rsi:c>f'ii:s. Hundreds of people testified to their affection for the lute H. C, Whiting, of Hampton, by their presence at his fun? eral this nfternoon nt :t o'clock. Every pew in old SI. John's, within whose an? cient wall so many similar scenes of sadness have been witnessed, was oc u pled. 'l ie service was conducted by the Ri v. Mr. Bryhh, und w:>s solemn and Impressive throughout. At the huts, yesterday many line and appropriate floral tokens of esteem were received. The active pall-bearers wore Mrssr?. J. <\ Out ten, v. ]?:. r.n.wson. J< -so Jones. Kldred .l imes. George Young, j Jr.. .loones Schlater, Jr.. George Wood and Dr. F. W. Shield, Maj r J. W. Itich nrds n. Colonel J. <'. Phillips, I.. II. Schiller, .lohn R. I.ak-. I). <;. Marrow. A. 8. Sogar und W. D. Rood. S.\M JONES ON EXPANSION. Ho DlKousscfl tin- Philippines and Kiss? ing. (Augusta Chronicle.) Rev. Sam 1". Jones was in the city last evening and slopped long enough to give the Journal his views on cx pai|slon, says the Atlanta Journal, 'it is not a question of expansion," Id he, "because we have already ex? panded. We have certainly taken in, by the treaty b Iwecn the United States and Spain, all Spain had. except hel? lo on.-. Tin- question now is. what shall d>> with the Philippines? of course, will hold our hand upon tin- govern nt .>f Cuba long enough to import enough of 'Ynokee-doodle' down there to vote Cuba over into our possession. Porto Rico will also become u province of the United States; "Rut whit to do with the Philippines now is the question before statesmen, pollUclnins and e 11 tors. Tin- Philippines .?nt? on our hands. We cannot unload these Islands like the farmer unloads 1::, potatoi i .... 1 ? i i :i w hen he drives Ipto town a id s Iis them. 1; will take tim -. v . ?.. m. at.d the lu st stnti snuiu ship to determine what is best to be done, I ani stire it is not wlso to de? cide now what we will ?1? with the Ph llpplnes, but the question of oxpan ady settled. We certainly have expanded. But I he fellow don't H ALWAYS KEEP OH H?MO ""0 o 'it'a?^Ji \mmmiim THESE IS HO KIND OF PRIM OR C9 ? ACHE, INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL. * ^ HAT P?S.N-KiLLER WILL ?Of KS- C V LI ?VE. V -it A S LOOK OUT FOR IMITATIONS AND bub* \ '<" ;;tutcs. the genuine bott.6X llLAliS the name, j? i PERRY DAVIS & SOfJ. ^ always keep down everything ho swal? lows. "1 think the United Slates will he by the Philippines like the fellow was by the oyster, lying Iii h i>i-; philo oil the bar ? mnter. with the placard set up by I it, *f 10 to any man wli > wti swallow* ? tiii.; oyster winde.' The mg' fellow ' caught up the oyster and ropped It down with a Binllo ?'i sa (.'faction, and said: 'Give me the $10.' The bartender said: 'Here is your money; but you arc the tenth fellow that has tried that.' ? Th.? fellow got his money ami the bar? tender got his oysti r buck. "l't may be that we wdll give Spain the 520,00^.000 and give b.tek tlie oyster, too, before we are done with it. 1 have no patience with this discussion In Congress about the constitutionality of j the annexation of these Islands it Is ' not a question of constitutionality .at :.ii. The question .of constitutionality was aptly stated by the fellow in the Ocorglti Legislature, when he declared, 'that unylhlng was constitution! that could gel >>:> votes In the Georgia Leg? islature.' " ,.Mr. .line? saw the report given of bis Sunday night sermon in the Journal on Monday, and said that be was misrep i resented and that the reporter should have made him say that ' the gay widow bad rather have a kiss than wear n erowtl." instead of saying that Sam Jones hod rather kiss :i guy widow than wear a crown. Mr. Jones says he is kissing nobody now but uro- married woman, and that is his wife, and thai !???? h .t rather kiss l;er than nil of the pretty girls and gay widows In tbe universe, lie remarked that from what he knows his wife would rather furnish the kisses than have any nay widow do it. lie desires this correction, for fear some gay widow might try to !!??'? ? |..,?<. Rnli then there would be wer carried into Egypt Mrs. P. P. Grove-, who died ::t T.a Crosse, Kan., tbe other doy, v. as a great granddaughter of the famous Commodore Hull, and also traced hei Uncage direct to "William the 5>ili nt," of Holland. , Private l.':irl Agnew. a Minnesota boy at .Manila, s ys In a tetter to bis par? ents: "The Inhabitants here are no*, very modest. Some .:f them weer aim? ply a smile, while the most bashful Of them wear a garter string." This i b servlng young man nlro notes that i "during the dry season It only mins six days in the week, but during the rainy Benson it rains only once .and that Is all the time." Bore lungs, puiuin the chest and tj.?n t'ttl b!'<M!liiii^r, tho fore-runners of pnettnionia, uro quickly relieved and cured by tho old roliablo Dr. John \Y. Bull's Cough Syrup. It breaks .;;> ;i cold in one night. Try it at once. Will quickly heal Sore Lungs. ?>o?e<; nrc small ami pteatant to tn">:e. lw.nrs recommend it. Price ?5 cts. At all druggists. 172 Church St., near iYlnin. We guarantee all Trunks, bought of us for Otic Year, and repair them free of charge ! Vo also print the name and ad? dress on your Trunk Grati;. ^r^z-^,'-i~is^zr7:: Barr*'?! :?- ?/ we .?? iE . 1 Jr TRUNKS, Square-top c. corners a nd el i iron bottom. . Stock-Taking 1 TRUNKS, Square-top C: and et rn< rs, st lorn, divisl a fi Taking Pri? o f: DRESS SUIT CASES, Square-top Canvass Trunk, heavy brass corners and clamps, 2-soib leather Straps, iron bottom, steel strap binges, Before Stock-Taking Price $3.70. Square-top Canvass Trunk, steel clamps arid corners, steel strap binges, iron bot? tom, divisl a for lint box: Before Sto^k Taklng Pri? o J2.00. Men enn't do without them?many women have discovered how useful they are. We are offering a g-mime Leather Suit Case for 12 .... THE NORFOLK TRUNK FACTORY, THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE LEATHER GOODS STORE IN THE CITY. Uli . E, C. WEST'S " NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT THE ORIGINAL. ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS, faooldundor posilifo Written l.tm.-imioc iiyantliorixerlnzeiita only,to euro \V.-nk Momr.ry, OiKine? \VakofnlnMs, Kits, llyoioria. Quick, tjesj". Ninhl Losta*, Kril Dreams, fjack of Confi. dance, Nervousness, Lassitude, nd Dr.-.inp. ^ oath. el l ., rora, or Bxcoiwivd L i a of Toltacno,Opium, Mr Liquor, which l-n !-. m Misery. Consumption Insanity and Death. At m?i o'r by mnif, t?l n box; nx for?3; with written ?ouraultc la eurn or re rund money. Sample peek ?Sis eoniainiim fivo d %' treat lout, with full instruct mat, 26c ab?. One sampleoaly sold tc each parson. AI ?low or by mni "<T??}'\ S.n.'u,- in- p r.e.i:.-.... "?" **vrr ?"y.4-- M ? >??'1 * b ? '?? i raniccJ.-rSL\',?. cTtttt/iDi- tociitoJa r>d:ij'8. Ate'.ore "' .'J5?.'. N' WALKK. MA KT 1N & CRAY. Soye Agents, corner Water street and Roauokd avenue. Norfolk. .Va. mrlO-th.su The Kind You Have- Always Bought, and -which has been iu uso for over ISO years* has borne the signature of and has been made linder his per ^Z, ^.>^^~//?7%~~f1~., sonal supervision since itsiufaney. ~s y, /?C&CC&tWi Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits- Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex pcriiucnts that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants ami Children?Experience against Experiment tat is Cnstoria is a Substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. Jt is Harmless and Pleasant- It contains neither Opium- Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fevorishncss. It cures Diarrhoea nnd "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency- It assimilates the Food, regulates tbo Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tbo Children's Panacea-?The Mother's Friend. CENUBNE Boars tlio Signature Ca ALWAYS The Kind Yon Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3G Years. I The Lowenberg Specially Store! i if ...Wonderful Bargains... g ^ FiiiaS Clearance Sale of ^ AH Winter Goods % SUITS. $7.00 for all $10.00 Suits. $10.00 for all $12.50 and $15.00 Suits. SI?.no for all SIS.;o and S20.(kj Suits. $18.50 for all $22.50 and $2? 00 Suits. $30.00 for all S40.no Suits. S45.00 for all S37.50 and $60.00 Suits. JACKETS. S5 for all $7.50 Jackets. S7.50 for all $io Jackets. $10 for all $12.50 and $15 SILK PETTICOAT SPECIAL $}.QS for all $ 5.00 ones. 5.OS for all 7.50 ones. 6.4S for all S.00 ones. 7.50 for all 10.00 ones. 7.QS for all 10.98 ones. SATEEN UNDERSKIIU SPECIAL. Black Sateen Underskirts, with deep flounce ruffle and with three rows feather-bone, lined throughout, at $1.00 spe? cial. Fifth lot of these goods. $ BENJ. LOWENBERG, % & NORFOLK'S C0STIH1ER, 34 GBMjY STREET, COLUMBIA BUILDING. (5 P/?/CEQ If so, our Coupled with the besi quality of goods, interest you ? I you should do yourself the justice to call and examine prices on all classes of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Before purchasing elsewhere, for we most undoubtedly be? hexe that we can save you money., and are sure, you will have I he largest line in the city to select from. OHAMBER SUITS At all prices, all styles, in Alahogany, Birch, Bird's Eye Maple and Oak, Suits that will suit the most exacting connoisseur. LIBRARY FURNITURE. A select line of Book Cases, Tables, Desks. &c, which we can assuie you. will please both with regard to price and quality if in need of anything in this line. STOVES. A great assortment of Heaters at just-what-you-want-to pay-prices, those that throw the heat into the room and smoke up the chimney, but not the smoke in the room and the heat up the chimney. c.^sh or credit, X111 and Church Street. H If % Stoves, Ranges and Heaters of all kinds at various prices, all very low in price, high in quality. ? Splendid Carpets, assorted patterns,at remarkably low prices. Furniture, all kinds, at almost your own price. Call and examine out stock. D. LAFFLER, 426=428 Church Street. Lawrence & Welton At this store on Monday Morning there will be. a general clearing up of short lengths, broken lots and odd sizes, at prices that we think will prove ex? ceedingly attractive to shrewd buyers. In the lot you will find Marseilles Quilts. Coats, Comfortables, Underwear, &c. Not many of each, it's true, but there may be in the lot just what you want, Marseilles Quilts. A good one, Marseilles pat? terns that sold lor ^1.75 can be bought for ?1.19. A better one, the real Marseilles, that was worthy goods at the origi? nal price, $2.50, we are offer? ing on account of being slight? ly soiled, for $1,98. A few cheaper ones at equally re? duced figures. Coats. One. size 32, color French blue, that was marked $15.00, we oiler for #7.50. It's this year's garment in the latest cut, and heavily braided with both wide and narrow black silk braid. If it's your size you had better see about it early. One, size }2, color armyjilue, box front and round comers. It's an attractive garment and well worth 512.50; it's yours for $6.25. One, size 34, Black Chinchilla; a good warm wrap i that should have sold easily for the price it was marked. '$16.50, is now olTered for ?8.25. Should any of the above garments be the size you de? sire, it's a mistake if you don't see them, and to see them you must come early Comfortables. Filled with the best picked cotton, generous in size and not lacking in weight, that readily brought $2.75,we have marked $1.98. The $1.48 one now bears the $1.10 ticket. Underwear. Flannel.?In this department you will find some ot the best there is. Among the ladies' wear we would mention the soft Cashmere Wool, Natural Grey, Scarlet and the Oneita Combination Suits. Every ar? ticle in this department can be bought at a reduction of 25 per cent. That means the $1.00 goods for 75c, the 75c. stuff lor 56c, and so on. In the Infants' Department the same prices prevail. Here you will find the Australian Fleece Goods, Rubens' Infants' Shirts and the heavier Merino Wool Suits, all clean, fresh goods and strictly wool. Silks. In addition to the above we call your attention to an entire new line of Taffeta Silks, just received. Seventeen different shades and not a bad one in the lot. As long as they last we offer them for 69c. Lawrence & Welton 213 Main St. J. W. GAM AGE. W. it. WALLKR. POfiE & WHITER, Headquarter for Foreign and Domestic Cement. Lime, Plaster, Briests. Sewer and Chimney Pipe, Latin, Shingles, &c OHice and warehouses 12 to 18 PLUME ST? Near the Bridge. NORFOLK, VA MTOMiktiM l vrrAs-n. \**aHri?atVB8*Si - ?rr^?ar**-r-dS-?vjl HAVE YOU Soro Throat, Pimples, Cop pcr-Colorcd Spots, Aches, Old rforee, Ul? cers '.n Mouth, Hair KullInK? Write COOK REMEDY CO.. 1S77 MASONIC TEMPLE. Chicago, 111., for proofs of cures. Capital J.VW.HX). Worst eases cured ii\ 16 to 3i days. 100-pase, book free. ? ? jiU-ly. .