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OST?TWO DAYfc AGO. A POl.N 1 KU ? Dog with wT.'lo body and dark brown head; clipped tall. Return aioush vtrei i and receive ty i. r.-ai.i \v 31. B1WAR?3._ .laji'-U w WANTED._ WOULD Iii kw TO HEAR from nnv party wlit) served on the U. S. fOiln Portsmouth in the year of ISS I or ?85. Lmvo address U. S.. at Vlrglnlan a?iiot onixe:__ 'IM. 3- A D 1 MS ..VX'i? ~< S knti iK'M l'.'N AS .i <"orivs:ond" uts for a New York magazine; also to Like pbqtogra'rtl i m dllustiat'ng goul camera supplied free; Koovl pav; experlrnunnevessj?r>i 8 e l ckUIi -eased eiiVulbpe term*. COlAt INIAL MAtiA'/.lXl-:, l"o Park Row. N. V. Jot^-lt_ _ AiNTBD. ? TWO EXPERIENCED salesladies am1, a window decora? tion RUSSELL *i SI.Mi'Ui-:. _ .i-'-l R A v E 1- 1 N <? 8 A ESMEX wanted to handle a nice fclde line ol ttJry Goods Specialties for country trade. OinOSTNUT. I'KNN STREET, 20fM3 lonlo street, Philadelphia._la21-aa-2l Anted. - canvasser; Lady . or gentleman, to handle useful household articles; by our" plan they sell on sight, big money; easy work. Ro m 406, Columbia Building. _ja.o-:;t WANTED. - TO SELL FOR CASH or good collateral, a go* ii paying jtrceery business In West Norfolk. Rca (ion for Helling, owner cannot Ill-vote, his enwe attention to the place. For Infor nation apply to 70 Coiiunt r< tu I Place, Norfolk. V.v_ laSO-Iw WANTED. ? TWO rooms, pur nlshed or unfumlsh d, ror light housekeeping, by young) man and w.i. roust ho In good locality. Answer by mall VM. 11. q.," Southern Hell Telephone C city._Ja20-3t ?\\r ANTE D. ? by AN EXPERT TT stenographer; seven years' exji trionoe in railroad, law and other lin shorthand wollt: pupils for practlc shorthand course, day or evening; grad? uates can procure positions. Add ret) "S. B.," care Vlrglnlnn-Pllot. Jal9-lw? WA N T E D. ? PRIVATE PjlPlLfi in shorthand and bookkeeping. Ad? dress 1>. it. rux, Norfolk, Vit. de29 Int1 WANTED. EVERBOPY TO BUY our Teas. Coffees. Every purchaser !s entitled to guess the number beans contained In a Mason Quart .lar. Tl person guessing nearest will receive gold watch. KINO TEA AND COFFEE CO.. 69 Market Place._JaS-lm A LADY OF THOROUGH EXPfeRl Jlm. enco wishes a situation as House? keeper or Linen-Room Manager In a ho? tel. Distance no object. First class i eTence. Address "'Mrs. M.," No. I Falk land St.. Norfolk. Va._jal-tf SPECIAL NOTICES. ASUBSTITUTE FOR THE CORSET, which improves health and form. siewJv patented. Write tor booklet, WRIGHT RUST FOlt.U CO., St. Louis Mo. 11 ?VTKW CORNED MULLETS. PACK El > ,i_N In Norfolk and guararitce'd cheap for sash. White fat Mackerel, Oodlish, N. c Roo Herring. Snicked English Bloalers, JOHN S. HUTCHISON, L'.'. and 27 Roan oko Dock. Ja22-su,tu,wd MAKE YOUR MONEY EA UN Money?The money-making cliancc du otoeivs, Whi.it. Cotton and Bonds ar ?better and safer now thin over before There are no losses under our plan, ajid ?stipulated Income >oi y .ur. capital Is gum '??rrteed. Every fat lllty for successful ii .vestment Is offered our clients. Write fo dtroo adv'ico and literature, showing bow you niay Increase your Income without risk. C. E. MtACKEY & CO., !? Wall Btreet, New York. Ja22-lt HEAVY WIRE FENCES MADE AND ereoted by .). i>. MORIA KT V . Prac 41cal Wlro Werke;-, 'S> W lllams street. Ja22-3l BEECH GROVE DA I It Y FUR nlshe? milk guaranteed 20 per cent, cream. NOtjfy wagen to deliver to dally, or drop a postal to 11. W. SNKI. CLING. Proprietor. .la'jo-lm T A D I ES NEEDING TREATMiEXI ,B i for irregularities, Lcucorrh .-.i ur liny other Ovarian Troubles consult OR JACKSON. 112 w. Mulberry Btreet, Bal? timore, Aid. Private, sanitarium; tralnc ?tursc s. UNDERG R A DU ATE Dor-po RS.D E N - tlsls. Pharmacist)!, Lawyers >? graduated without attendance. If skillful. Graduation in other sciences. Box litC, Chicago. noS-Gm rp HE WONDERS OF HYPNOTISM JL sent free; gives the key to all secret power."; richly illustrated with twenty seven superb photo-engravings; anybody can b urn and < x< rt a magic Influence over othe rs: cure diseases and bad habits; give the llncst parlor entertainment ever witnessed. Write to-day. Enclose stamp NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO. Dept. iL', El wo od Building. Rochester, N. V. jaI5-su,tu,th-tw OPIUM. MORPHINE. WHISKEY. IF Interested In the cure or the.-;, habits write for my book on these diai asi ? mailed free. B. M. WOOLLEY, M U. Atlanta, Gn. jal.V.?iun-6ni S ( i( >(f * '" ' I'END ON THE ?J>?''9\M->4 f Building and Loan Association plan. W. H. BARGBANT, Jr. Room 24. Lowenbcrg Uldg. J.il-lm TP IT IS A HOME IN PARK PLACE Virginia Place or Ghent thnl yon Want, see iis nt oi.ee. Tl IM NORFOLK BUILDING AND REALTY CO. No vj 3Iolt strctt. . . 21 | r ? ses)0eeiooococieocoaooe4)O(z>c>f) S STORAGE Household Goods of all kind stored nt modi-rate rat s Call or address ? O q luii or nuurvss ? THE lYJclNTyP.E STORAGE CO., 2 2 38? IIA IN STRKKT. S 0 Jn8-Bu,tu,fr-Cm g oasatteaeoosseeoetasooeasoo MONEY READY. - NO WAITING QUICK LOANS ON HOUSHOI I > FURNITURE. WHILE IN USE Mort? gages and other securities'; liberal ., i vances on salaries, rents, dhnultic . - tales and permanent incomes Inti strictly private, und ail iransnctl Idly oonfldentlnl. NORFOLK \l GAGE AND LOAN CO W H helmer, now No. 358 Main slrccl M Offleo Bulld'ng, .suite ;. and C. ' PROP. JAMES A HARVEY'S IM. mense success In all urinary troll Ii! i of n chronic nature. Special treatment for constlpnt'on. Indigestion and till blood troubles, 42'i Church Btji llnaks. THE NORFOLK NATION Ali RANK - Capital, ft00,0C<e surplus and jirollts $23(1,000. Average det>c?lts. |2,0 . President, J. (i. Wornhi?-; vlcc-presl lenl C. w. G randy; cashier! Ca Id well Hardy! IiiNnrnuce, Fire. SEABOARD FIRE INSURANCE COM? PANY. 211 Main street. Patronize a home company. Ntocks nu<l Ilonils. fMOTTU. do WITT & CO., 31 Granby st. Slocks and bond3. : Southern investmentn. Correspondence solicited. .?i LADIES! Chlchester's English Pennyroyal Pills w _BO AJR DE R St AKTHD.- BOARDERS AT 131 Hutu street; references required. ju22-H? (1 EXTIiEMAN AND WIFE. OK TWO J contlemi ni, can obtain good board and n Cf ly furnished room In private family; goou location (east end). Address BOARD, cue Vlrglnlan-Pllot, oc23-su,lu.thr-tf ASA NT FURNISHED ROOM, with or without board, ill "II Church street, opposite St. Paul's Church. Jal l-im' ^_AGENTS WANTED. WAN I KK -SALESMEN TO SKI.I. Toilet Soap m dealers. $100 month? ly and expenses; experience unnecessary. I.CM'IS l-.KNc. I' ri >.. St. Louis, Mo. 2t-iu2!>&!3_ "Vf ION MARK >.? WEEKLY. < ?? l; it I goods ?eil themselves. Exclusive territory; sample furnished. CINCIN? NATI DHATRER SUSPENDER AND B<Et/T t ?< j.. B. 67S, Cincinnati, O. n ?j A! I N },o. ,o A MONTH ?ND k> ail expenses guaranteed selling to merchants Arctic Refrlgerat'tig Mucnlnes for cooling refrigerators; i;unranteed ... per cent, cheaper than io ?. Ex. luslve ter? ritory assigned ARCTIC RESUtlOER ATliNQ m., Cincinnati, O. It v> rr/I w i!K i.V. iM'PRtJVED BUIfcN 0?J\ / its; Iii? all lamps, mukes beau? tiful gaslight without chimney; ugenls' protlts en.iinous: sample free. ENT. Ml <5. CO.. A. 33". Cincinnati, O. It WANTEH ISIIIOHT. LNTELLIGEKT Voim^ Man, who means business and has tint eiistii to represent number patented articles in Eastern Virginia. Position ? ays $2.000 yearly. Address, "1 A'I ENTS," Viruinlaii-I'llot. It A N T i-Fd.? (M.1 > i-.STA!:f.LSlTllT) hoi:.-.- wants callable men and wo? men io travel ami appoint agents, $7.1 month and expenses. Kume for local work. Excellent opening for ambitious people. Send reference. BUT LEB ft Ai. GER, New Haven. COhh. 3t-ja22,29,fcb5 ACENTS. --WE Wild. PAY SIKi.iM PER month and railroad expenses to any man who will faithfully represent us in taking orders for the most reliable Por? trait Copying House n Hie world. We pay strictly salary. Address, G. E. MAR TEL, Dept. 159, New \\rk. It ?t anTKi' S a I .KS.m en to SE'LL't? ?> dealers; $60 to $125 mantlily and ex? penses; experience unnecessary. Write for particulars. ACM B CIGAR COM pan V. Chicago. It WANTED?SALESMEN AND COL Icctors to work In the cllv and country. Apply to the SINGER MANU PACTURINQ CO., 2S9 and ?91 Church fit., Norfolk Va? or 407 Court street. Ports? mouth. JuS-2taw If FOR RENT. rn Olin PNFURiNllSHED rooms J? wanted. Cor light housekeeping; west of BhiiIc street; gentleman, wife and maid. Address, "ROOMS," 1'. O. box 262, city. < ;. \_Jn22-tf F" OR im\T.-BltHHl>i\ PLEASANT rooms, single or cnsulte.wilh closets, and prlv icge of bath. Best location, West End. Aiidre:-.s J.. euro Yiinr*:.,iii Plloi, with reference. It* jm in; BENT. ?THE THREE-STORY brick building, corner Water ami Fayetti street.-, formerly occupied by C. W. dandy & Sons. Possession given at once Apply at office of IIYHD. HALD win & co._?_ _Jyt'-tf 171 OB RENT. ? FIRST FLOOR, BEST * neighborhood, four rooms, closets and I>:-.tH attached. Address A. M K., Vlrglhlnn-Pllot. JalS-lw 171 OB RENT.?THE THREE STORY J Brick stoic. No. 600 Crawford street, corner of King, Portsmouth; formerly oc? cupied by W. L. New ,>i Co. Poscsslon given nt once. Apply to JOSEPH QR1CE, 6IS Middle street. J il-tf, |A OK RENT?STORES, 2U0.~ 201. 200 I Church street, at present occupied l>y s. Bachrach & Bro., D. E. Levy and Airs. J. S. I!. Anderson; possession .1 :imi? ni y Ist. US?. Apply to J. B. BAXTER, No, ?11 Church street oclS-lf 171 OR RENT.?FOR ^"TtE YE Alt lTtlD ? or tor s. term of years, the store and dwelling N ?. IM Church street, now occu? pied by the Star Shoe Store. Permission Itiven October I, I SOS ir desired. Apply to C, O WALLER or JOS T. ALLYN. room i Academy of Music building. ?e2?-tf. FOR SALE._ Til O It SA rj E . ? DINING SALOON i. well established n splendid location nr,d uomg u good business; cheap. E. F. ?;., yirglnlnn-Pllot. Jn22-tf }>IANo.--FINH. FULL SIZE SPIES' Cabinet Grand Upright Piano, in quartered oak case, only slightly used; v.a- $300, now $ l :..*?. Call at once. AMES & BURK; 169 Main street._Ja22-3t W* ? Of\ l; 1 Y'S'*' A I'lNE 'CHASE fS'XOOBros.' Cabinet, Grand Up? right iflano in Ebony Case; bcaulUul tune mid action mi I In splendid condi? tion. AMES it BURK, ICD Main .street. Ju22-3t _ fAOIl SALE?IX L.? ON ACCOUNT OF 1? ta'llni; Sight, will sell good paying ? il business; new fixtures, cans, horse and wagon: will pay loo per cent. City Hal! avenue. ]n21-3l* 0 l ?if \ TA K ICS A FINE NEW C< ?N JpXeF\/cerl Grand Upright, Royal Piano, slightly damaged in shipping, it is a beauty, B? sure lirid see this |n . rumen;. AMES A BURK, 160 Main s ::??? 1. _Ja22-St_ 17? OR HA LB A SLIGHTLY USED UP 1 li.'iu piano; cosl $375; will sell it $105 cash; good reason for selling. Address II. A., euro Virginian-Plot. Ja2l-3t* tr OR SAKE IN BALTIMORE i-j Its pi 1* class boarding home, newly fur i. shed; plenty of boarders; reason I Bellini; leaving the city. Address a. L., Hi's ofllee. Jn21-3t 1A olt sake. A FINE CARRIAGE . loam if horses, thoroughly broken and acclimated, raised by the owner; will exchange for large line span mules. Address "025." this office. JoSO 3t i V olt SALE at A i:ai;i:ai\ 1. nice resldon <? at Port Norf.dk. \'a.. with all improvements. Address VO., this office. Ja20-lw iTTl O R S A LE. ? FURNITI*'I:E OF 1* small house, cheap. J. E . V rginlnn Pilot. JlH-lW l.tMtt?? ??. iuiit. .Monday night there will be an ex hibltlon of Masts work and specialties in the gymnnsluin of the Young Men's Christian Association. Tito exhibition will begin promptly nt :'.::it?. with bag ptitichliig by Mr. Nathan Jacobs, fol? lowed by class drill with wands ami dumb-hells. Miss Lydia. L. Mnconib, of the Nor? folk College for Voting Ladies, w ill ren? der a piano side, entitled "Grande Vnlse ue concert," by Tit<< Mattel. Next will be high jumping and high kicking by members of the class, i, lowed by pyramids, mat work, baton swinging and buck vault by the entile class. This exhibition is given for the benefit of the members of the class and then lady friends. The admission is free, but Is by ticket only. The limit of tickets for this exhibition has been reueni tl. TWO of these "ladies' nights" will oc? cur each month. Household I'nriiimre nt Auction. ~ The Morris Auction House, It, It. 'Morris, manager, will eell, at the resi? dence over Ni>. .'I7(i Main street, for n party leaving the city, nil the furniture contained therein, consisting of every article in a well-kept residence, all in flrst-class order BRIEF ITEMS OP 1KTKRE3T. Mrs. Chios. P. Pixrrlsh win bo at home. Nu. 307 North street, Portsmouth, from 1:30 to ; i'. m. Thursday, January 26th; Mr. 11. A. Hudson lias returned from a hunting trip to North Carolina, it" foul ?! plenty of game and had good sport. Street Inspector it. II. Lee, who has been confined to his home with the grip, was oil toe streets yesterday. The total sales of real estate in Nor? folk during the week ending Saturday. January 21st, aggregated $72.SIT. Tli.- celling nt the Atlantic Saloon, on Main street, took tire from a gas j .: yesterday morning at G::iu o'clock. An employe extinguished the Humes without turning in an alarm. I; was rumored that a young news? paper man of this city and a charming young lady, former!} of Baltimore, but now also of this city, will be married shortly. a large number of young couples as? sembled at Monteilore Hall last night to participate in and witness a delight? ful soiree given by PtA>r. Belezzu. Prunk NVigel. a British suitor, was taken from the British consul's office yesterday afternoon to St. Vincent's Hospital. lie was discharged from the ship Cairo and sent to the hospital, suffering with Inflammatory rheuma? tism. Tii<' water in Lake Lawson has reach? ed the depth of ninety inches, and is run..lag over the waste ways. The Epwnrth League of Epworth M. E. Church will hold a devotional meet-' ing of spoo?llJ Interest Monday evening a! S o'clock. All are invited to be pres? ell t. "A Message to Young Men" will l>3 the subject or an address by Rev. It. II. Howling. |>. i).. <it the Colored Y. M. ?'. a. this afternoon at o'clock. Air. Edward Kelly, son of Mr. Eugene Kelly, banker of New York, was a guest of the Montlcello yest rday. lie Is on a Southern pleasure trip in his s; ? a m yncht. Wilmington star: Mrs. Wrlghtson, wife of Mr. 11. T. Wrlghtson, lumber Inspector for the Cape Pear Lumber Company, arrived last night and will moke Wilmington her future hone-. She has for some time past resided i:i Norfolk. A coli.red boy was thrown out of a wagon in a collision of vehicles Friday evening, falling av< r a horse's bead, but was only slightly bruised. Mrs. A. <'. Blcdsoe, widow of the lato Rev. Dr. A. i". Bledsoe, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Prank Harrison, of this city. ? Rev. Mr. Coupland. ft former rector of St. Luke's Episcopal Church. Is vis? iting friends in Norfolk. i There will b" no steamer of the ClydQ Line sailing from here for Philadelphia on Monday evening, January 23rd. By special renne?! Miss Necly will sing "Calvary" nt the Freemason Street Baptist Church to-nHght. The annual meeting of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani? mals will be held In the parlors of the Y. M. I'. A. Tuesday at S p. m. The Ladles' Aid Society of s alem Baptist i 'inn i h have arranged to give a supper at Ocean View on the evenings of January 2fith .and 27th. A special train will leave Ocean View at 10:30 p. in. for t'.ic accommodation of the public who attend fn m this city. Mr. rind Mrs. R. W. Dodge, of New | Y< rk, are in the city for a few days at the. Montlcello. Mrs. A. T. Hpfhelmcr Is In Washing Ion. P. ('.. visiting her sister. Mrs. Prank, whose sudden bereavement last week through the death of her husband h:>s saddened so many. Mrs. Moses Marx was called to Wash? ington Ibis past week by the sudden Hi? ll, ss of her mother. Mrs. Smith, of that city. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Baum registered at the Wa'.d rt-Astorla in Now York ?to-day. Mr. I' rter, manager for Armour ? Co.. is to v. to Philadelphia to talte oh'a.rgo there. The many friends here of Mr. and Mrs. Porter regret to lose the ni. Mr. Ri bi :?'. M'irciis. of Hampton, i i ' a Hying vlsll to Norfolk this past week. Mr. M !?: Nusbaum is to be in Norfolk next week. Ills friends will be glad to greet him again. Mr. .lohn lt. Loughran left Friday night for New York to be gone several days. Misses W. E. Oraves and T. P.. Ru? sh-!;, of Lynchburg, are at the Atlantic Hotel. Mr. W. M. Cooper, of Newport News, is tit the Montlcello. Friendship Conclave No. 2. Hepta sophs or s. W. Mi, is rehearsing a spe? cial team for the Initiation of a num? ber of candidates, among whom will bo several ministers of Ibis city. iltlt. WILLIAMS' in:MM. SOUTHERN RAILWAY WON'T GET SEA Bi IAR1) AIR LINE. Strange to say, Irresponsible reports attributing to Mr. John Skelton Wil? liams the intention to sell out bis con? trol of the Seaboard Air Line to partli interested In Hie Southern, and that in the event of his retention or a cent rol? ling In to rest and election to the presi? dency of the line the general olllces and shops would bo removed to Rich? mond, continue to In- made. In connec? tion with th.- lirst rumor attention is di? rected to the following: EMPHATIC DENIAL. Richmond, ViW, Jan. 21.?Specials ri ? -. lyetl In re to-night from Nor: ilk st,:: od that- it was persistently report d there that tin syndicate headed by .lohn Skelton Williams, that n entl} purchased control of the Seaboard Ali Line, would sell out to the Now York parties working in the interests of Hid Southern Railway; Mr, Williams, when seen to-night, declared moss emphati? cally that there was not a word or tru ii in it. Til E SECOND RUM! "'. It has been stated three times in the yirglnlan-Pllot, which has kept In clos touch with panics engaged in oortsuin? itiating the deal by which Mr. Williams .nid those associated with him secured the Seaboard Air Lino. th. I there would ho no r< movnl of the goneral oflli shops. ? ni th.- contrary, Mr. Williams has himself ."aid positively net both geit eral offices and shops would remain where they are anil bo considerably en inrged. In Ironing Collars ami Cuffs we Iron the ??? as well .is the Hat surface. Ila\ you noticed It? Perhaps you don't have your n irV Ironed here und have sometimes 110 tlced the rough edge cutting \ in r.eck. Avoid this unploas.ioi (??>?: by plionclng 809, or wilt ng us a pos lal to call for your linen. You'll be satisfied, as many nov are. ' THE GOOD ONE" IS OUKS. i Norfolk m mm a 353 MAIN STREET. 'PHONES 301 Great Big Bargains Rfien's Suits Men's Choice Suits and Overcoats, i?? Eiffhty-ThreeolSeven Thirtv-Seve Brag to one thing?Solid facts another ?Value la what talks nowadays? Catchy headlines and buncomb adver? tisements may work wonders at s nie places?Oreat Big Hundreu Cents worth of real good value crowded Into a dollar does the work here?hence the crowded aisles?the busy stir?the steady commotion ? desirable giod3 that tho people would rather have than the money It cost to buy thorn Men's Suits at Five Elglity-Thrco speaks volumes of genuine bargain meaning?The cloths are good woolen fabrics?Tho patterns are choice?The workmanship of an excellent order? Tho lilting ns perfect as those that cost double?The styles equal to any that cost treble?Made into fashion? able sack coats?single and double breasted?round or square cut?long and short lengths -medium and narrow cut trousers- high or moderately low cut vests?they're big leaders for Five Eighty-Three?everybody says so?and what everybody says must bo so? More, sizes to-day than ever?plain and r.ney p;i11ems?rough and smooth cf fOCtS?ItCavy Weight ?durable ?Tlp-tOp ?good looking?up to date?Men's Suit.* that tire just as good for solid value?worth and weiv as one dollar is worth another?R< tn< mber, tho best selections await the earliest callers. There's waste Bis much h ' i ? r.t ? d for any man to money- matters not how .? go I The money saving pol cy Is far better?This great Stock Rcllef Unloading Sale Is a sure euro for rocklcos extravagonci? hundreds of men are actually surprised at their own eyes?they can't realize that such sterling values can be produced at sui.li astonishingly low prices?the fact of the matter Is they can't?these special sales are Inaugurated to pre? vent loss?cut down surplus?bar out accumulation?convert remnants and odds and ends into cash?realise on seasonable goods In a seasonable sea? son?hero Is a clear case of must?a double purpose?a series of Interior Improvements that demand room?a business expedient that means money ?The goods are going to be sold?no nonsense?no decoys?no pretexts?an an out and out fair "und square open and above beard series of genuine re? ductions on first-class well made per feet litting Men's suits and Over? coats?-Seven Thirty-Seven Is the price ?the suits and overt oats are here sep? arately laid off In solid stccks^all one uniform price In this lot?Seven Thir? ty-Seven?Hundreds of well pleased men have profited by this transaction ?why not you? Take your choice? Seven Thirty-Seven?Suits and Over? coats?each Seven Thirty-Seven. Rattling Good Men's Suits Three eights jumbled together never had more purchasing power than that Which the groat St&ck Belief Sale has made possible tills week for Eight Eighty-Eight?There will not bo a dollar's worth of heavy weight Men's Suits left over at the close of the sea? son that Is posslblo to convert Into en -'i- The Instructions from manufac? turing headquarters arc Imperative? ???11 the goods?weed out Ute slnglo sizes and broken sets?matters not what loss?sell?These words place power where tho people can be bone fit ted?they bring superior quality of wearing apparel within the range of cost of Inferior sorts ? Eight Eighty-Eight Men's Suits arc not tho job lot kind caught up at an auction sale?not made up as hand-me-downs, nor cut with a circular saw, nor stuck together with a glue pot. Eight Eighty-Eight Suits?here? uro made in tlie Burk Tailor shops?made With every possible good Improvement thai any first-class tailor-made suit contains ? warranted thoroughly Shrunk??and 'Otherwise built for ser vlco nnd shapeliness from materials that will wear well and retain their color'nps and freshness to the fullest i xteiit of satisfactory service?If In lercstcd In Eight Eighty-Eight Spe? cials?Tho tinio is now. B2ESafiat3aE?Kc?ll Men's Fine Suits and Overcoats, There was a time when to get a fit in a ready to wear garment that tho man had to lit the clothes?Not so now ?not here?these clothes are built to lit the man? any alterations or changes are made free In this grade of suits and Overcoats?Just the samo us Ihe original full price were paid for the go.,is when the complement of sizes were In th? best shuiie?Nino Sixty-Nine actually takes the place of fifteen dollars In a great many In? stances. The culling in this lino con? sist of "excellent qualities?Suits and Overcoats that no man would hesitate to wear?this sale must be over with? quick?tho work in hand must be done, ?room must bo hail?tin- result of all this means big money saving Induce? ments for cash?Hotter Suits and Over? coats for less money than ever?Tho sizes havo been strengthened?Tho scale Is complete?consists of many new patterns taken from the cream of tho stock?a ten dollar bill gets you a good suit or overcoat and thirty one cents change?and aside from this the self same thirty-one. cents will nearly double Itself in other depart? ments throughout tho store, where under-cut prices reign supreme to convert heavy weight materials into cash before the close of the season but tho Nino Sixty-Nine range of Men's Suits and Overcoats outdoes by fur ami goods we have ?vor of? fered for the price in th's or any other sale nt any other time -Pick and oho ? of any sull_ or ovoTUOUl In the specified lot?Nine Sixty-Nine. Pants Bargain No. ONE FORTY-SEVEN TJhe Pants man puts In his claim for special attention?Tho price slasher lilt the pants stock from end to end? single sizes?remnant lots?odds?ends ?regulars and every other kind cf trousers have had tho cut rates ap? plied?One Forty-S< von takes the pick and choice of sizes of a raft of dura? ble. Men's Pants?Strong materials? properly tailored?correct fitting, and in every way good honest serviceable pantaloons?Extraordinary goods for tho man of toll for work-a-day pur? poses, whilst m iny 01" them are neat, sightly patterns, suitable for evening wear?One t'orty-Scven makes a big capture to the man that s Interested in true bconoihy?The pants are good for the money, being far netter in ipiuuiy in nrthrj onlli..i..i run ef pants usually quoted within this range of price. $198 "3 Pants Bargain No. 2 Pants Bargain No. 3 ONE NINETY-EIGHT Another special value In the rants stock a notch higher in price, but tho grade of quality In materials far in excess of the small dlffi r e.ee charged ?One Ninety-Eight this week takes the pick and choice of an endless va? riety of Men's Pants?The east win? dow shows some of the samples?This line consists of che ks, strip, s and mixtures in ca?s'meres and cheviots? including plain blacks and bili?s?-and among the assortment a big variety of worsted effects In choice patterns ?warranted for satisfactory service in ev. ry way?There is not a pair in the entire rango that isn't worth at the lowest calculation from twenty live, to thirty-three per cent, more than we are now charging for them, whilst some of them are n tually worth halt more than the special bargain prico now quoted?The surplus pants stock, like all other departments in tho big Store must be cut d..wn?If Interested In go .d p..tits fri1 i.i a ,i t One Nim ry Elght?The time for the best selection Is LOW. TWO THIRTY-NINE Two Thirty-Nino for higher grade Men's Pants?This lino consists of many novelty designs that arc extra? ordinary patterns to offset mostly any kind of dark coat and vest?If your suit needs touching tip with a new pair of trousers to stem you over for the renva'nder of tho season?this Tw) Thlrty-NIno special stands before you as a big money saving chance?Plenty of good di slrabln slides taken from tho suit stock left over frum combination sales?The pants materials in many cases would ccst more than wo aro charging, to roy nothing about their being cut?made?and trimmed In first class manner?tho fitting?too?will surprise and please you?it ray." lo In? vestigate tho big bargain values In Men's Pants at Two Thirty :: :-.>?. Pants Bargain No. 4 TWO EIGHTY-SEVEN There will bo nothing lert of the winter stock of Men's Pints, judging from the way they're go'ng out?take the Two Eighty-Seven line of Men's Pants, for Instance?regular tailors charge six and seven dollars for ] ants made from no better cloth ar.d trim? mings nnd the chances aro In moat times they wouldn't fit even as well? Hero Is a well organized tailor shop in tho floor abovo this department that takes your order for any altera? tion that may lio necessary, free of any extra charge?and guarantees tho lit correct With tho samo degree of accuracy as if the full value were charged for the goods?bear In mind? Two E'ghty-Sevon covers the price of excellent pants for men?warranted In every why?lit Included. ?tilg ,f?Ulli;;. A lady caMeri up Ute psHee ?tri Ion inst night, from .1 U01 ?h Btreet resi? dence, statins Ihr.l rt burglar had climbed up to tho second Btory win? dow >>ii tho back dJt the house nnd was! attempting to fwde an entrance. Tit..- police responded to th.- call at once, and succeedad In capturing two white b?ys. well known In the neigh? borhood, who said they were playing n practical joke on the ladles*. The po? lice though! the boys, should be forced to prove their Innocence before JUs tieo Tomlln. but their friends begged th.-in off. nnd the ladled refused to prosecute. I: is said that young lady was s. badly frightened thai she fainted. A Mellon Knie ol Liquor. Tiie Morris Auction House, K. It, Morris, manngi r. will '.!. en the prefh corner "? Tallin and Plume streets, ai lit o'c lock Monday morning, all of the stock of ll<|uotti contain 1 therein, and othei effects. See udver t Isomont. To be entirely reljeVi 1 of the aches and ill's of rheumatism means n great deal, 1 ad Hood's ffarsaparilla docs ::. OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 3. ?L3EHT STAHL Practical Decorator WALL PAPER, 253 CHURGH STREET, , Oppo. St. Paul's Church. NI.W ltJlONIi v,'. jy-'t-ta-w-rr W. P. FC-HD & CO., riionc Tin Queen streets wir church ?Wholesale and Itctnll De?l.is in? IUy, Grain, Straw, f-.'aai end '/ill Feed. We handle the- celebrated "Norfolk Milling Co.'st Feed," the linest and beat milk producer c\ i offered on the market. All that have nut used it, give it a trial. .sn.ne.frl LOW PRICES I Arbuckles* Coffee, He. pound: flood Patent Plour, $3.7i ban el: Finest , Untlyr; : ?. pound: Ph ist SUfttir Cttretl 10c. pound; T pounds Uuckwhenf, :"<?.:? l-quuri-cans Syrup; io.\ w. a. HONNEY & SONS. 01-1.3 New .Market Miuare. i'.f> Hutu Street; i'liotux, new'; VlS tu\\ o.d, T:i. COBB, BROS. & CO., 159 MAIN ST.. <-;>i.o-ito Atlantic Hotel. Uxcr.ute orders In cotton. Kraln, cither on margin o;- buy on<l sell outright Private ?.?!t,^ to New York. <'hlc-?::o and New < ?:!? ans. Cdrrespon:!cnco solicited. my27-eod>t( LADIES' "PUIvS; I^*Special sale To-day. Waller J. Simmons & Co HATTERS AND FURRIERS. BROKERS. JUST ARRIVED. You Can't Teil Gentleman by his clothes. (? ? a minister say once thi (a "many a rascal behind a choker.") Hut you can always loll the well-groomed man by his linen. It's as tiue as a thermometer. The more particular be Is, tlx I,. ter laundry be patronises. f*o very many well-groomed men send bundles here, and usr> < Utter 'phone i>.".7. which always brings a wagon promptly to you. ft. NIXDORFF, Troy Laundry, 297 Church Street. NOTICE OF REMOVAL, H. E. OWEN GRAIN CO.'S otlke to Citizens' Bank Building, Room No. 716.