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NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA.
FURNITURE. CARPETS. RUGS. OIL CLOTHS. LACE CURTAINS. WARDROBES. SIDEBOARDS. 9 ?L*xd over 8S6, 858 ?& 86O 3 CARPENTER ?3> Semi=Annual Trade Sale of Furniture, Carpets, &c. % A sale of unusual interest to the general public is now in progress. which, with several car loads of goods bought last month at the New York Furniture Exposition, will prove one of the biggest Bargain Sales in our history. BEDROOM SUITS. Unsurpassed as regards price, finish, style and design. Solid Mahogany, Walnut, An? tique or Golden Oak, at almost any price. CHIFFONIERS AND WARDROBES '?a??'Tn': amcl?just what is necessary to complete a well furnished bedroom. COUCHES, EASY CHAIRS. Ve?$. W in design, rich in color. Leather and in finish, choice GO-CARTS AND BABY CARRIAGES. leading manufacturer in the country. None like them in the city and no two aiike. Every one is a picture, and the price?why, cheaper than ever. WlflRRIQ PI4AIRQ What do you think of a strongly made, well munniO UMHinO. finished Solid Oak Morris Chairs, with rever? sible cushions, and the Trade Sale Price only ?2.oi>. Have we others ? Yes. Come quickly. DIKING TABLES AND SIDEBOARDS In great variety. Fancy a Solid Oak Sideboard at S9.G0, and a well finished Solid Oak Extension Table at $4.00. Why certainly we can give you Extension Tables at $50 00 and Sideboards up to $ 125.oo. 'The assortment is great. Come and learn the TRADE SALE PRICE'. 1 CARPETS, RUGS, OIL CLOTHS AND MATTINGS. ^ ? Our Trade Sale Price will astonish you. All our goods are seasonable and ? o new; not moth eaten, neither are they Bai krupt, Fire or1 Water Damaged S 5 Stock, but are new, clean and reliable goods. *W HFRF \*\ fi Pfl! I FPTIfiN Tfl POR/IF AND SFF Here is a collection never before seen in this city. All of the store goods, principally, were on exhibit at the recent New York Furniture Exposition, therefore, the finish, style HL.nL, 10 H UULLL.U I lull IU UUwIL Hl'? OLL. and general make-up cannot be surpassed. The assortment is very large, more so than is .suggested here. You know that it is reasonable to suppose ihat the manufacturers would rather dispose of (heir exhibits at a sacrifice than reship them to the factory. Hence, we bought, and hence, the public get the bargains at this GREAT TRADE SALE article on exhibit, and now we offer them to the public in all their beauty and cheapness. No two alike, all being samples. We bought nearly, of every conceivable FIRST COME S?SPECIAL NOTICE. FIRST SERVED! ?N .Have just engaged a practical, experienced, expert Diaper and and Up? holsterer, thorough experienced in all branches, and lately with one of the largest furniture and carpet houses in New York ; therefore we are now better prepared to give suggestions and advice as to the proper furnishings and appointments of the house?Estimates on all work cheerfully given. IMPERATIVE CLEARING OUT SALE T THE TRADE SALE, and the Great Purchase of High-class goods are so important that you must not miss the Splendid Exhibit, AND OVER OUR RICHMOND NEWS LETTER The Worst of the Great Flood Has Passed. A THREATENING ICE GORGE It nolili Wllliia II? Crip All <li<> Bridges AcniM Jmiu-* litvor in ?lio City?Great Danuico ?long ilia Wn? tcr Front?Chesapeake i?n?i (Mil <?*.<, improvements ? A Now .lini;n ? Death?lutoresilng t'iisc. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Richmond, "Va., Feb. is.?it is prob? able, that U>e worst of tlit? great Hood hais passed, but low lying districts or the city are mill in danger. There is no high water, practically, up tin* river, but thereto an Immense gorge here that Is extremely threatening, U in extend? ed from the old Dominion wharves ;it the lower end of the city directly across the river, and is extremely threatening. The ice is packed against this gorge, ti.nd the crush extends up the river for a distance of over a mile. Embraced In its grip arc all the bridges ac ross the river. The ice has nearly crushed Mayo's bridge, one of the principal thoroughfares between this city and Manchester. The pack extends to the walkway. The horizontal beams sup portlng the structure are broken. Only the. lee is believed to hold the bridge up. When the ice goes out the bridge will go. The Southern Railway has been try? ing this afternoon to blow out llio Mayo bridge gorge with dynamite. A great deal of Ice was gotten out of the way In this manner, but the rellel was only temporary. The gorge tit the Old Dominion wharves, three quarters of a mile lower down, caused l 1 i? - trouble. The water was in Main street, be? tween Fifteenth and Seventeenth, until shortly after noon to-day. it is still on the sidewalks, and all the cellars are full. The First market has been aban? doned, all the dealers occupying lite sidewalks on Eighteenth street, be? tween Franklin and Grace. All wharf property has suffered very greatly. The wharves and olllccs .>t' the Virginia Navigation Company are gone, hut the Pocahontas Is safe, being moor? ed in the dock. The Clyde Line and Old Dominion wharves are submerged, and their oHlCCS and warehouses are twisted and wrecked. The am.unit of frolgh destroyed was not very great. All the steamboat companies hod in>tl flcd consignees to remove the freight on the wharves .and this was generally done. The merchants on lower Main street expected the rise and t... ?Ii their stocks to upper stories. The damage to the property of ri sldehts was greater, hut the most of them got away every? thing. Immense crowds visited the water front during the day. The scene was such tts they never saw before. From Llbby Hill the view was sublime. For two miles up the river the Ice-flold ex? tended. It looked like a scene illustrat? ing stories of Arctic exploration. IJIO C. & O. IMPROVEMENTS. The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company will in a short time begin the construction of improvements here, the cost of which will aggregate $3.000,000. They will include an Immense steel via? duct across the James, new general of? fices, and an extended passenger depot. The plans are now in the Offices of the company here, and only details have to be arranged before the work la be? gun. All the property needed has been acquired. Governor Tyler to-day received and accepted the resignation of Judge 13ent A NEW JUDGE. ley B. Campbell, of the County Court ] of Amherst, and appointed Hon. ciar ence J. Campbell to (ill the vacancy. Judge Campbell has served In the 1 ilouse of Delegates and resigned his seal In that body to accept the Judge ship. I '11 ATI I OP CAPT. G. It. TALCOTT. capt. George R. Talcott, United Stales engineer In charge of the James river Improvement work here, died sud ! llenly about twenty minutes to 12 o'clock this morning or heart failure, 1 near Fifth and .Louisiana street.-, in Pulton. Captain Talcott had been engaged oil the .'iilng in overseeing the work '>; loosening up an lec-gorge near the point where? Iiis death occurred. lie was In company with Mr. I In mp ton Curtis ami the two had Star led up town together. Captain Talcott seemed in iiis usual health anil spirits and bad i Just given directions where he could be I found if heeded. AN INTERESTING CASK. An Interesting ease came up for ar ; gumcnt in the United states Court of ! Appeals to-day. It was the case of At. P. Pleasant et als., appellant, vs. South? ern Hallway Company, appellee. Severn) years ago when the Tili mond .and Danville liadroad Company ! went Into the hands of a receiver. Judge Goff, sitilng In the United states Circuit Court for the Mastern District I of Virginia, appointed M- F. Pleasant. and Thomas S. Atkins special master. In the chancery causa of William P. Clyde et als., vs. the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company et als. Their duties were to hear evidence and take all necessary accounts and nature of indebtedness of the company, and gem-ral Information regarding the financial condition of the company. QUESTION OK PAY. AI the time of the appointment Judge Goff authorized the special masters to draw $125 acr month each from the company for services, on account, their full compensation to be decided later. Subsequently Judge Gq.ff decided that the compensation of the special mas? ters should be $0,000 per annum each, including the (125 per month. This was paid except the last eight months, for Which time a balance of $3,446.06 was claimed to be duo. This was refused and Judge Goft decided against the special masters. Judge Atkins accept? ed the decision of Judge doff, but Mr. Plcnsnnts appealed to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals. His appeal was made in the capacity of special master, of course, though it created considerable comment that the clerk of the court should lake an appeal from the decision of the Judge of the same court. JUDGE GOPP DISQUALIFIED. Judge Goff was disqualified from sit? ting in the case and Judge SlmontO*h was unable to be present on account of illness. Judges Morris, Drnwlcy and Wnddill sat in the case, which was ar? gued for the appellant by C. V- Mere? dith and by Willis 13. Smith for the Southern Railway Company, and sub? mitted. The "Home Study Circle" costs the readers of the Vlrgiulan-Pilot absolute? ly nothing but their subscription to the newspaper. The expense Of these courses of Instruct! in will be met wholly by the Virginian-Pilot. The ??Home Study Circle" is In no sense a catch-penny scheme, but is in line w ith the aim of this paper to bring daily into Hie homes of the people; the world's brightest and freshest news, the most accurate Information regarding cur? rent local and national topics, and the most carefully prepared educational help. Tile Virgin] in-Pilot is Riad to do this and ii is much encouraged by the wide-spread interest awakened by Its efforts.. Many educators are enthu? siastic, in their commendation of the courses and have recommended to their pupils the systematic us.> of the ??Home study cir.-ie'* as supplementary reading. The courses are also creating much Interest In literary circles and the literary courses published ev< ry Thurs? day and Friday will undoubtedly be adopted by many of them as a course of study. The courses of the Virginian-Pilot's "Home Study Circle" begin next Sun? day, the ??th of February. See an? nouncement page. it t'omtn Kol til ii sr. PETERSBURG Fire at Fords, Dinwiddie County. Dcntli of .tlr*. Komm V. Hand?Sew ItiiiikliiE Ilniioe ?(ilfl I? tli.- Poor ->trrrt Itullnity * iin|>cii*Ioii ? An ,\ re drill. Pclcrsburg, Va., February 18.?The stable of Mr. W. T. Stone, near Ford's depot, in Dinwiddie county, waa de slroycd by lire a few nights ago, with s.-.ire feed and about twenty thousand fi of lumber, which was stored in tl: building'. How the lire originated Is not known. No foot tracks could be seen in the snow anywhere In the vicin? ity of the stable and therefore ii is not thought that the fire could have been of incendiary origin. Mr. Stone had the misfortune to have his stable and other property burned last February. DEATH OF MKS. HANL). Mrs. Emma V. Hand, whose illness has been announced in these columns, died at the resilience of her brother-in law, Mr. Robert T. Stone, on Wythe street, Thursday night. The deceased was much beloved by a large number of friends and acquaintances, who will be sincerely grieved to hear of her de? mise. She was a consistent member of St. Haul's Episcopal Church, and was the president of the Ladles" Auxiliary Society of that church. She was also president of the King's Daughters' So? ciety of the Church of the Hood Shep? herd, in lilandford. NEW BANKING HOUSE. Mr. W W. Robinson, who has the contract for building the new banking house of the Petersburg Savings and Insurance Company, stated yesterday thai as soon as the weather would per? mit brick layers would begin work on the new structure. The building la to be completed by the 15th Of August next, and will cost with its equipments about $35,000. A GIFT TO THE POOR. Mayor Pleasants yesterday morning received a letter from Mr. J. W. Phil? lips, tendering to the poor of the city a car load of Banner coal, provided that the city would pay the freight on the same from the mines. The generous offer was of course accepted. The coal is expected to reach here in a day or so. BRIEF MENTION. An effort was made yesterday to open tlie street railway track which is blockaded With snow by running a snow-plow over the line. There was hitched to the plow six horses, but lit He was accomplished. H will, in all like? lihood, be some days before the cats can run. The sales of loose tobacco, which liave been discontinued on account of the very in.de.tit weather, will be re? sumed next Tuesday at the differnt wa rehouses. Mrs. Susan Williams, who resides in I'lttrick, fell from the icy steps of her home a day or so ago ami broke one of her ribs. The courses of the Virginian-Pilot's I'Homo Study Circle" begin next Sun? day, the muh of February. See an? nouncement page. Kuttnbl* tor M mi IVontlirr. Ladies* and Children's Footholds, 1, 1V4. 2. 10c. Child's Rubbers, all TL, S, S>-, 15c. Misses* Rubbers, all 1, 1%, 2, 'JO.-. Ladles' Tan Rubbers. 2'j to 4. 20c. Ladies' Light-weight Rubbers, worih 40c, in sizes 2V"j mid ".. for 20c. Ladies' Storm Rubbers, ail sues, for Men's Tan Rubbers. 5 to 25c. Men's Rubbers, all sizes, for 10c, 50c. and 60c. HELLER S SHOE STORE. 64 Hank St. The courses of the Virginian-Pi'ot's "Home Study Circle" begin next Shin day. the 26th of February. See an nouncement page. TOWN OF SUFFOLK Funeral of Mr. John S. Wilson at Smithfield I'lio Tfatcli ltccovrrril-I'roiiiliicnt ' ( Ill/nil nend-'I'urei> Alleged 1'ul- ) (Ml-Wnnt Wtinlryvlllo Incorpor- j nlcrt? WIM' Von Uli i'outest. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Suffolk; Va.. Feb. IS.?One of the big-1 gost funerals which Sihlthfleld ever .saw wan solemnized to-day from Christ P.' I-;. Church. It was the final riles over the remains of the late John shady] Wilson, who died yesterday, aged It1 years. The services were conducted' according to the ceremony of the! Episcopal Church by the rector, Itev. W. O. Scott. Ho was assisted by Rev. J. K. Jolliff, of the .Methodist Church. With military splendor and civic dig? nity the remains were followed to the grave with much sadness. The body was escorted by the Survey Cavalry, Captain Carter Land, and the Smith Held Light Infantry. Captain R. 8. Thomas. Jr. The cavalry was mounted and they made a handsome appearance. . The Interment was In Ivy Hill Ceme? tery. These were pall-hearers: J. C. Goodrich, Col inel B. M. Morrison, J. l>. Jordan, E. Ii. Cofer, Willis Morrison and C. W. Warren. The funeral hap? pened at 12:30 p. m. Among connections of the family present from a distance were Mr. and .Mrs. ei. L. Barton, of Suffolk, and Mr. an A Mm C. C. Jone.-, of Norfolk. SOM BT 111NC. I'NI:X 1 'LA INED. Eddie Smith, a commercial man from Durham. N. ?'., came to Suffolk some days ago, and before going ho lost a watch in a manner which has not yel been mad.- public. Mr. Smith had been having a good time, and Iiis brother, Oscar Smith, wanted :<> look after tho matter. He learned of the loss of the watch and notified Sergeant Ames, who recovered the time-piece to-day, but declines to say how or where. It Is a gold watch, inscribed "Pa to Eddie." It will bo forwarded to the owner. OLD GENTLEMAN GONE. Mr. Etishn Rawlcs is dead, aged 82 years. The . hd came this morning at j the deceased's home, near Holland. The I funeral will take place at 11:30 o'clock ; Sunday morning, from Heaver Dam Baptist Church. The pastor, Rev. Mr. Bssex, Will conduct it. Mr. Rawles was one of the best known citizens in Hi.unty. He was , a woil-liked old Virginia gentleman. The following children survive; Mrs Will Jenkins, Franklin; Mrs. Tany : Dardcn, Misses Idonn and Eva Rawles Jehu F., Lafayette and Ryland Rawles, of Xanscmond count:,-. THREE ALLEGED FELONIES. Hurricane Branch has begun to stock the county jail with persons accused of SUFFOLK ADVERTI SEM E'TS \XT OODABD .<:- Hf.AM, Insurance ?? Agents Suffolk. Va? are selling a policy for one d liar a year th.it pays live dolbus per week should the holder havo typhoid, scarh : or typhus fever, small? pox. Asiatic cholera, varlolold, diphtheria or measels. All persons over olghteen years of age can i; t them. Not more than ten policies sold to one tit-rson. J^-tf _ Suffolk City Han Healer, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20. LOUIS BREHANY COMPANY. Ballads. Soul-Stirring Music, conclud!nj with portions of grand open "Martha." The musical ar.d social event of a de ende. Hippest advance sale in live years. Caste Includes QuHltume Sauolet, re nowned Belgian, and Aques Pringle, wonderful young viollnfste. Prices 25c.,SSc, 60c., 75c., CO. It felonies. He has just captured and lodged a man accused <>f attempted1 murder. Mosen McDowell, charged With shooting one Will Tynes, was cap? tured in Isle of Wight county. Joseph Perry, alias Hud Perry, was captured in Southall's 'Lane, Norfolk, and brought here, lie will have lo an-' swer for attempting to murder John i Baker. These, with Leroy Smith, an alleged ' bicycle thief, will have a hearing next ? Thursday, before Justices Elcy, Arthur and Pinner. WANT WHALEYVTLLE INCOR P< lit ATE D. The people of Whaleyvllle have an idea they want to live In town. With that end in view they are considering an application for a charter of Incur-] poratlon. The citizens will have a| meeting some timo soon and consider I details. FIVE PAYS WITHOUT MAILS, j Sinithfleld, by reason of the isolation1 from railroads and because of Pagan 1 Creek being frozen, has suffered more from the recent storm than most towns of Its size. For live successive days they had no mail to come in. KILBY'S MILL DEPONENTS The court of election Inquiry came to? gether to-day and did business. They finished the deponents at Kilby's Mill precinct. About eighty-flve all told were examined from that place. Mon? day the court will convene at Ebenezer and after that at Chuckatuck. METHODIST BISHOP COMING. Blshon C. B. Galloway, Jackson, Miss.- the Methodist Church, South, writes that he will be in Suff.dk next Wednesday, lie will hold services at tlie Main Stree; M. E. Church. Bishop Galloway is a speaker of great power and bi a Ul Iful diction. NEWS IN PARAGRAPHS. Mr. <i-orgc S- Hriggs. of Norfolk, ar :i\'il l -day to visit his i.-CTTlSor, Mrs. J. M. Briggs, u Pinner street. Capt, A. P. Gomer, Circuit Clerk, has n.arly recovered from his Illness. .Mr. James Nurney and Miss Vlrgio Nurncy left to-day lor a few days visit to l.awrenceville. Mr. 11. Peyton Turner, who has re? sided in Suffolk nearly a year as bank clerk am! store < ashler, w ill leave Mon? day to take a position in a Spartans burg, s. (_'-. Insurance office. The Louise Brchany Ballad and <">ih ra Cone* ;t Company will tie in suf f< Ik Monday night. It s one of the strongest musical companies ever here. See advertisement. BERKLEY. Rev. M. w. Butler, pastor of Main Street Christian Church, will preach on th following subjects to-day: At 11 o'clock, ??Satan an Impersonator, or the Witch of Endor:" at 7::>0 p. m., "The Chariots of Cod." .Mrs. j. k, Nixon, of Edenton, N- C, arrived in town yesterday to spemi several days with her mother. Mr .1. P. Cell, who hay been confined at his home, on Liberty street, for several weeks, is improving. Mrs. H. 11. Harden Is quite sick at her home, on Washington street. Mr. 11. L. West udvertlscs his large Stock of rubber goods, just received, at low figures. See "ad." in this issue. Mr- J. R. Proctor Is quite sick with grip at his residence, on Liberty street. Miss Annie Hill, who has been visit? ing her brother, Mr. J. H.11. of Mont Ian t avenue, for several weeks, left yes? terday for her home, in Klizabetf) City. N. C. Mrs. Herkley and Mrs. Stark wish to thank Mr. Frank Tatem for his liberal contribution to the needy during the past week. Yesterday nfternoon at 4:30 o'clock Mrs. A. F. Myers died at her residence, in South Norfolk, after abo;it three weeks' illness, aged 31 years. She L aves three children to mourn her loss. 'I'h. eldest is only 10 years. Her hus band, Mr. Aaron Myers, preceded her to a grave, dying about three weeks ago. Her remains will be sent to Am I sterdam. N- Y., this afternoon for inter I ment. WOOD. We have on hand a freah supply of - .u Haying recently put In a splitting uio. chlnn nc now mailt no extra charge ful spllttlnir. 'Persona naytng wood sUvea will dj well le order Hard Wood COAL of ALL KINDS and ben' quality, at lowest market prlc? bt wholesales anil retail. iiyiu Ne. 1M Main St.. Norfolk. Va. Just Received A fresh supply of ths celebrated KANAWHfl SPLINT The superior of all grate coals. We are the sole atrents. a b 0 b Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS a 61 GRAN BY ST. 'Phone 34. CENTRAL WHARF. 'Rhone 137. COLD AND COAL. We have a full supply of the latter kind. Anthracite, nil sizes for Furnace, Stove and runi;o purposes Bituminous Lumps in Thackcr, Toms Creek, Russell Creek, Splint and I'ocahontas, All these are well known to those who use lump eon I and ' pronounced 10 in? the very best for Orates and Open KMros. our prices are. just the same as before the freeze; no advance. 2210 I.its. of Coal guaranteed in every ton we .sell. CHAS. E. SCOTT & CO. 200 LOVITT AVENUE. Ohl Phone 231. New Phone 1196; OR. FELIX LE ERUPTS Steel I Pennyroyal Treatment la tho ori?inul and only FRENCH eafo and reliable enro on the mar? ket. Price. $1.00; eont by maiL Uocc:ne pewl only by WAT.Kn. MARTIN & f?RAY, Sola Arents. corner Water street and Ronnok iivenue Norfolk. Vo. nirlO-w.sa j3?RKi^Y_Amrrs_ JOHN S. ETHERIDGE. .IVKIIT A NO nOAKDINO STABLER BERKLET. VA. Norfolk and Poriamouth trade solicited. New Phone No. 1.201 I"> UBBF.RS AND RVBBICRS?I HAVE V thorn just from Boston full lino in I all styles. Call and pet fitted before they I are all (tone In boots and shoes. 11. I? WEST, I It 70 Chestnut street, Bexklcy, Va. STANDARD SEWING-MACHINES. Sold on easy payments, in Cabinets. See the latest (Cabinet closed.) Wo pen nil kinds of Machines. Prices: $17.60. $18, $20. $L'.">. t::0. sr.. $40, $15, $50. $65. We repair all makes Machines. Work guaranteed. Oils, lioitj, Needles for every machine made. Call o.i us. C. G. GUNTER, ic, rmrr.cit street. Norfolk va. New 'phone. iC7. The t *~ \\tkestershire tf} BO'.S, ACI?T?, ?VU YOflK. NADU. ME A MAN AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELT OUR GS A. LI. ffrrvout liitratrm?Falling Mom. orjr. Impoienc)r.Kleoplet.reia,ota.,catiae4, brAboaaana other Eiro.ses and Iodla crutioim. 't'hrj quickly and KUTrAu re.tora L*>it Vitality in olil or young, ana fit a taiin for aludy, hmdnefa or marriage. ., lr?T,I>t lr,s"nitr and Consumption if taken In uma. Thuir oin thowa immodiut? improve? ment and effacta a CUKE where alt others loll. In liatnpon ba.inc tho nannin? AJox Tablets. The? h??a cured thousand* and trill euro 7011. We gl.a a pcuttito written guarantee lo effect n cure in each case or mtund tlio money. Prlca SO cents pur poctacn or sixpnoicaiieH |fnll traatmunt) lor S'.'.tfl. By mall, la PsHVWWN?iSt,S8 fSSS'j1} of >'rlc<>- Circular free. AJAX REMEDY CO., hgSl?Z}g* For sale in Norfolk, Va.. hy Burrow, Marlin ,fc Co. and R, F. Holmes &. Co., druggists. feO-tu.th.sa.-ly HAPPINESS VS. MISERY. Dr. Charcot's Tonic Tablets, the great Parisian remedy, la a guaranteed euro for the Hi Ink Habit; also nervousness and melancholy caused by over indulgence. IT DESTROYS THE APPETITE FOTt ALCOHOLIC and all Intoxicating Bever. ages, and leaves man as ho should be. It can bo administered without tho Icnowi. edge of tho pathnt whero necessary. Send for pamphlet. WALKE-. MARTIN & gray, Btola Agents, corner Water street and ltoanok* avenue, Norfolk. Va. mrl0-tu. ft Made a well Man of Me in 30 days." Tbls old, yet snarvelons. Hindoo Remedy lor mon cures all Norvous diseases, Falling memory. Night emissions. Sleeplessness, I*>st ci.^rgy. etc., caused tjr overwork, |>ast executes or early abuses, 1'reveut* ?nsaolty, enlarges shrunken organs and restores ambition and vigoroslty In old or young v?lthi? 80 clays. Prlcoll 00 a package: Slit for fG.OO, wlUi written guarantee tocureorliaOney refund? ed. INDAFO can bo had of drtigglst named bo low, or. If preferred, we will send it prepaid securely sealed on receipt of price. Uooki of yuluo free. 111 M> o O REM EDV HO., Prop., Chicago, Iii burrow, martin A co.. Norfolk, and a. l. bilisoly. 234 High street, Portsmouth, Va. JfU^fu^tSu****