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WATT. RETTEW & CLAY.
WATT. RETTEW & CLAY. Store Closes Promptly at 6 P. ft.; Saturdays, iO. Watt, rjettew & clay. WATT. RETTEW Se CLAY. This of Ladies' Wear. Tailor-made Suits and Skirts. Ours is net a heterogeneous gathering of common-place styles, but a display that is truly unique in its variety and scope of fashion-fixed designs. A display that totally outclasses every competing line in this city. Nine out of every ten of the suits we show were made to our own special order to meet the exacting requirements of Norfolk's careful dressers. Nor do we stop at style. We figure on lowering the prices of high-class garments. Huw well we have done this has been clearly demonstrated by the un? precedented selling since the season opened a few weeks ago. We give here a hasty description of a few of our Spring Suits. 'The difficulty is to give in words any idea of the CUT and the FINISH,?those two points which make all the difference between stores. These are all cut after the latest models, with skirts in the newest shapes. the jr. suits?Made or Aii-wooi . Ladles' Cloth, navy and black; round corner, flv front Jacket. the ?10 SlUTS?Made of grey or tan Covert Cloth. '1 he .laonly jacket . lias Inlaid velvet collar and lined ,| with changeable silk. Gracefully < (hanging new shape skirt. At this ' price we also show a splendid suit of Ulack Cheviot. Jacket lined with rich Clack Taffeta. The $12 Si'lTK?Made of Navy nnd Block Venetian, the nobby lacket Is double-breasted, tailored Beams, lined with satin. Skirt has full French flare. THE fIC SUITS Made of handsome English Invisible Check Suiting. another skirt opportunity, rlgular ?4 skirts at $2. The round corner, fly front jacket, las (Inutile strapped siams, lined with taffeta. The skirt also has iloulile strapped seams Tin-: ?i7 SUIT? Very Stylish Suits of Hirk Grey Coverts. Tin- tight-fit? ting Jacket is lined with black taf ifeta, has strapped scams. Hand? some bell skin. THE $30 SUITS?Made of extra grade Black Venetian Jacket and kirt both lined with excellent black taffeta. The handsomest black soil at the price that ever came to Nor? folk. OTHER SflTS?At $7. $?;. $13, SIS: making a line of popular priced suits that Is uumati liable. They are made of rich figured satin berber, figured mohair and black novelty goods. They are cut generous in every way. Have the new pleated back. Are excellently lined with percaline, and bound with velveteen. Regular $4 Skirts at $2 And these other good skirt items. BPull 7-gore Skirts of navy blue wide diagonal. We have sold a number of them at $.">. The new price is J3.r.o. Habtt-back Demi Train Skirts, of Hue Mack (heviot $?">. Ulack Urllllnntlno Skirts, habit-back, $3.."i0. Trimmed with four rows of sat n piping, $4. , Splendid Skirts of dark green and brown Victoria cord?$1. >y Handsomely Braided Skirts or N?w i- Venetian Cloth, habit-back, douil 2'.: train, $ti. _M agnlfici nl Brocade Ttlnek SQ t.in SVrts -a dozen "rlcTi pattern?, pos? itively worth $10, at Jii. Crepon skirts. Very Handsome Blacl at :s.uo. Truly Magnificent Crepon skirts, at no. ui. Black Taffeta Skirts, trimmed with live row i of v. I vet ribbon d wn front and a'round bottom, $10 ? Others with rich applique tr.m mlng, at $10.50. The Complete Showing of New Wash Fabrics is Ready. Organdies, Fine Zephyrs, Figured Dimities, Corded Novelties, Bohemian Madras, Galatea Cloth, and all the rest of the desired weaves. Popular goods at popular prices. A\ostly American made, with a generous sprinkling of across-the-sea beauties. Mills everywhere have sent us their choicest products and with them comes Thousands of Yards of Mill Ends at Lowered Prices With such extravagantly worthy values at the very start of the season this showing evolves itself into A Sale of Upwards of 50,000 Yards of the Newest Wash Goods. 20?0 yards of best Sea Island Percales, sell regularly at \2yic, at 8c. Seventy eight choicest styles. Lengths run 10 to 12 yards, which we will not cut. 1000 yards of line French Organdies, the 2>c. grade at 12#c. 1500 yards of Prettv Domestic Organdies, the 17c. grade at 10c. 1600 yards ol Boucle Stripes, the 12Ii c. grade at 8c. 4700 yards of Zephvr Ginghams, the 10c. grade at 6c. 7200 yards of Regular Pi.'jc. Percales at 6c 2000 yards of Genuine Windsor Percales at 8c. 2000 yards of Merrimack Percales?best grade made, at 10c. 1800 yards of Corded Ginghams, the 12'jC grade, at 10c. 3^0 yards of Regular 15c. Jaconaise at 10c. 2300.yards of Printed Cambrics at 12!.-c. 1000 yards of Figured Dimities at 10c. 1200 yards of Cordette Novelties at I2j4c. 800 yards of Figured Welts at 12', 1600 yards ol" Bohemian Madras at \2}<c. _ 400 yards of Madras Novelties at 20c. 600 yards of Pretty Galatea Cloths at \2%c 7000 yards of Light Prints, the Sc. grade at 4c. 6750 yards of Dark Prints, the 5c. grade at 4c. 550 yards of Silver Star A.adras at 12^c. 2$00 yards of Bradford Madias, the 10c. grade at 8c. 1456 yards of Pongee, the 20c. grade at \2}4c. 1532 yards of Jaconat Lawn at 5c. The New Dress Goods Keep A=coming. Great Values. The proper fabrics for the new Easter gown are here, and in greater array and at lower prices than at any season heretofore. You'll tind the prices easily a full third less than regular. Mention for Men. We quote from our last Thursday's announcement the following concern? ing MEN'S SUSPENDERS AT 2 5c. A PAIR. Not the ordinary twenty-five cent sort. No. These were made to sell for half-dollar a pair, in fact, they are on sale right here in Norfolk to? day at hall-dollar. ,We bought .r>3 d07.cn pairs?all the maker had. Of course wo paid little enough for them and so shall you. We cut the value in two and 41 price them 2.V. a pair. This word . pit turo of them: First of all they are regular half-dol lar goods, nnd new. 13 very attrac? tive patterns of wide and narrow *S weh. They have graduated kid ?7-, ends; heavy stitch cross-back with ,r ?. kid tins: beautiful silvered attach ' meats. Wo price them 23c, a pair. THREE OTHER GOOD ITEMS:? Full slxc, regular 10c. grade. Colored ?Border Hemstitched Handker? chiefs. Eine evenly woven cambric ' in is different stylt- borders. 5c each. Men's rfeekwear?The newest, choic? est and richest half-dollar styles 4 ore here at 25c. each. Puffs, Tecks ?j and Imperial Four-ln-Hands, New ;?. j laids, new stripes and new tig ' I ures. Also plain black, plain white and plain red. 25c. each. Excellent quality Percale Negligee Shirts?rich madras effects. 2 col? lars and pair of cuffs. Bftjtttrl to usual 70c. dualities, 60e. euch. Children's Ca->s. AT 42c?3S-lnch IrrlJescent , Cranlte Suitings In 5 of tho choicest color? ings. AT "?c.?15-lnch Eine French Poplins, black. Napoleon blue, military blue. red tail, grey and tobacco brown. A delightfully genteel weave. AT 60c.?SS-inch Vlgoreaux. In all the liest colorings. The 45-tnch Is 73o. AT 75c.?Puro Worsted Angar Suitings ? six newest colorings, 46 Inches wide. AT 75c.?16-Inch Pure Worsted Solid color C. ray Suiting?new browns, new blurs ana all the rest of the newest colors. AT 50c.?(2-inch Mixed Cheviots, In half-dozen newest colorings. A true 7Cc. value. This Is an excep? tional offering. AT 62'ic?Handsome Red fern Diago? nal Serge. 4S inches wide. 3 shades of new blue, 2 shades of black. 2 shades of brown. An excellent fab? ric. AT 42c?38-lnch extra, quality Granite Cloth?a beautiful weave?alt the new colors. Positively equal to tho b??t. at 50c- * AT $1.?52-inch All-wool Finetta Cloth, five, new colorings?a tine basket ?weave. AT 25c.?38-Inch Coverts in nil the best colors?very special low price. AT 29c?3-S-lneh Mixed German Nov? elties, very rich effects. Truly a 42c. grade. At 39c?OS-Inch Very Handsome Largo Plaids, exquisite color combina? tions?with rich overplalds of silk. 89c tho yard Instead of 50c. The New Black Crepons. For separate skirts there is nothing in greater demand than Black Crepons. And we have them. New. 44 inches wide. Elegant finish. THIS STYLE, SI.00. The Children's Caps told of in our last Sunday's announcement are find? ing new owners rapidly. Why shouldn't ihey ? Such beautiful pieces of headwear were never sold at such little prices before, and, the assortment isA-eat .3 styles at 25c. each, ? styles at 60c. each. 3 styles at 7.V. each. 3 styl.-s at >7'jC. each. 4 styles at tl.M each. 2 Styles at SI.2.7 each. ?I styl? ?! at $1.50 rvtch. Umbrellas For Ladies, $1. TafTeia Gloria Umbrellas?abso. lutcly fast black. Have lock ribs and steel rods, and roll close. A rich showlnr* of Congo nnd natural handles, with silk tassel, make choosing easy. In order to sell them ;ii Ihll price, one dollar, wo had to buy one thousand?mure than most stores' entire stock:; contain. They uro really woith $1.7i. Buttcrick Patterns For April. Good news. Good patterns. The Delineator for April is here, 15c. a copy. The "Glass of Fashion" for April is here, 7c. a copy. The Buttcrick Fashion Sheets for April are here. Ftee. By buying a copy of the "Delineator" for April, you can get four of the best patterns at exactly half the regular price. , A Brush Sale. The "Prophylactic" Tooth Brush sells here at l^c. We have a Tooth Brush similar in shape to the "Prophylactic," all-bris? tle, at 15c. each. Solid Hack All-bristle Ha'.r Brushcs 2.",c. each. Loonen's Best Hair Brushes, all-bristle solid back, four style-. GOc. each. Full line of Children's Tooth Brushes ..5 to 17<*. each. Dressmaking Supplies. We are just in rec.iipt of a splendid quality Brush Edge Skirt Binding, in black only, that we place on sale to? morrow at 3c. A YARD. Veh rte. ?i Skirt Rinding-black and e lloi I ve. a bllllch. Extra wide Velveteen Skirt Binding? black and colors?15c. a bunch. Whale Rone Casing, 8c. a bunch. Best quality Horn Strips, black and blonde, 10c. dozen. Seamless Stockinet Dress Shields? warrant) d? all sixes?10c. pair, 3 pair for ?;>e. Best Cotton stay Binding, all widths? 3 rolls for 5c. Best quality Lisle Elastic for skirts? 5-. a yard; Needle Books?full assortment of needles?2c. book. This of the New Shirt Waists. There'll be some lively selling of Shirt Waists here to-morrow. The Waists have every new fash? ion fancy, full fronts, pretty cording and beautifully trimmed. Black Dawn Waists at 75c?Black Lann mid Percale Waists at $1 Extra, tine Black l.awn Waists nt 81.39. Excellent values In Colored Waists ut 33c. GOc, 7?c, $1.00 und $l.2.">. Pretty White India Einen and P. K. Waists at 7.V. Better grades at $1 WJilt* India Einen Waists, with three rows of embroidery across th front at $1.33. Excellent quality White. India Elnon Waists?front and sleeves of lint tucks? at $1.50, At $200.?Exquisite White India I.lnon Waists, beautifully ideated back? entire front of lino tucks and la sorting. Beautifully braided White P. X Waists at J2 50. Tho $3.60 Waists are made of extr Jln? White India Unnn?cntlr yoke, back and front of line tuck end Inserting?sleeves of tino tuck) Fine Silk Mull Waists ut ft. Entli front of rich Val. lace Inserting. The uDewey'' Boys' Waist Made like Men's Shiii... The 25c. ones are for boys from "? to lj years and are made of pretty checks and stripes. Yoke back; culls and turn-down collar attached. A better grade at 50c.; sizes C to 1 years; pleated freut anil back; se|i araie standing coUM and attache*! cults; yoke back Six designs at 69c Four designs at $1 CO. Four designs at I1.37V4. Eight designs at $1.50. More New Silks Are Here. Newness abounds throughout the silk section. New beauty, prices. Great values. New Fancy Taffetas?pretty stripe nnd polka dot effect?9 newest color? ings. 5Sc. the yard. Fancy Woven Brocade Strip? Taffetas ._?iialf-doy.en really beautiful de? signs^7jc the yard. Brocade Colored Damus. large scroll designs?cream, yellow, light blue, pink, lavender and black. 42c the yard. Extra quality Italian Black Taffeta? beautiful finish?50c. the yard. BS-Inch Twitted Lining Silks?new colors?60c tho yard. Corded Strip? Taffetas, in all tho newest color combinations?51 tho vard Full linn of Colored Taffetas at 37Hc tho yard. What about Your corsets for Spring? Are you thinking of model ? It must be up to date if you are. Well-made, with? out saying?formed in a way to serve your figure?exactly right. This is the secret of good corset-dressing. Warner's Corsets? 20th Century Models. There arc many kinds among them. You will find one to suit you, perhaps, better than the one you have, about which there has always been a little something wrong. Try them. Rust-proof virtues is one of the pleasing points. Yve1 recommend them for the best all-around corsets we know. A cloth bound copy of 'Talks Upon Practical Subjects." edited by Marlon Kurland, given with tho purchase of every Warner Corset. French Toilet Requisites. Roger & Gallet, Paris. L. Lcgrand, Paris. Makers of the world's best per? fumes, soaps and toilet articles gen? erally. Roger and Gallet's Fine, Toilet Soap? violette. Sandal, Heliotrop?, Rose. Carnation ? beautifully boxed, 3 cases to a box, C2V&C. Single cukes, 23c. Roger ?- Gallet's Poudre d"> Rlz. Vio? let 2"c package. Violette do Parme 47c. box. Boger & (Lillet's Anthea, Peau IV Espagno and Heliotrope Blano, 7."c box. Hoger Callcfs Tolli t Water, Vera vioietta. $i Peau D'Espagne, 95c. Vloletta do Parmo, 89c. Roger A- Gallet's Concentrated Ex? tracts. Violette do Parme, COc -<.imec Wli'to?Rose 58c. ounce, Violet 58c. ounce. Vera Vioietta, Peau D'Espagne, White Carnation, 62V4C ounce. Ii Ijegrand's Orlza Extract, 69c L. Ivogrand's Toilet Water, .Violettes Du Czar. $1.39 a bottle. L; iA'grand's Exquisite Violette Soap, 25c. a cake. Checked Linen for Shirt Waists. A novelty. A most durable and exceedingly fashionable weave for Shirt Waists. It measures thirty-four inches wide, every thread pure linen. Large and small checks; a dozen newest color combinations. 20c. a yard. Mill Ends of P. K., solid white, plnk hlue. black and navy, and a host of fancy stripes on light and dark grounds. 3 to s yards to a length; The 25c. quality at 19c a yard. White P. K., wide, medium and i ir _row welts and fancy checks. tl\fc and 87Hc. a. yard. TT T DIVINE SERVICES TO-DAY, The Methodist, Presbyterian, Luth? eran, Church of Christ (Disciples), Christian Church and Christ Scientists publish their hours of .Sunday services in Saturday's issue of this paper. PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL. Christ Church, corner Freemason and Cumberland streets, Rev. C. E. Cram? mer, D. D., rector?Morning prayer, sermon and Holy Communion at 11 a. m. Evening prayer at 6 p. m. Emmanuel Chapel, corner Calvert and Wide streets, Rev. I. II. Dickinson, curate?Morning- prayer and sermon at 11 a. rn. Evening prayer and sermon at 8 p. m. St. Paul's Church and Cove streets. Rev. B. D. Tucker, rector?Services at 11 a. m. and evening prayer at 4 p. m. St. Peter's, Brown avenue, Bramble ton, Rev. C. E. Woodson, rector?Ser? vices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. St. Andrew's Chapel, corner of Ann and Mayesvillo avenues. Rev. John H. Dickinson, curate?Divine services every Thursday night at 8 o'clock. Sunday school at 4 p. m. CATHOLIC. St. Mary's, corner of Chapel and Holt streets. Rev. John Doberty, pastor ? Services at 7. 9:30 and li a. m. Ves? pers ami benediction at 8 p. m. Sacred Heart Church, Rev. T. J. Wil? son, pastor?Low mass at 7:30 a. m.; high mass at H a. m. Vespers and hen edlctlon at S p. m. BAPTIST. Grace, corner of Princess Anne ave? nue and Church street?Preaching at H a. hi. and S p. m. by the pastor. Rev. A. E. Owen, l>. D. Morning subject, "The First Resurrection." Evening, "The Preacher's Invitation to the In? dividual." Missionary rally nt 3 p. in. Freemason, corner of Freemason and Bank streets?Preaching by P. O. El som at li a. m. and l ami 7:30 p. m. Afternoon service for men only. Re? vival services at night. Park Avonite, Hrambleton?Preach? ing by the pastor, Rev. J. J. Hall, D. D., at 11 a. m. and 7:t."> p. m. First, corner of Freemason and Gran by streets?Preaching by the pastor, Rev. E. It. Hatcher, at li a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Epurgeon Memorial, Windsor avenue, Brambleton?Preaching by the pastor, Rev. L. R. Christie, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Lambert's Point ?Preaching by the pastor. Rev. George W. Cox, at n a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Central Avenue. Atlantic Pity Ward ?Preaching by the pastor. Rev. E. E. Dudley, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. CHRIST ADEL-PH I AN ECLESIA. Hall, corner of Maltby and Bramble ton avenues? Services at 11 n. m. Christ riinrcli iirtin Iteriini. Mr. J. J. Miller, organist nr.d choir? master of Christ I*. E. Church, will give nn organ recital at that church next Tuesday night, the 14th Instant, at & o'clock. He will be assisted by one of his organ pupils, miss Mary E. Dey. Miss Florence M. Rayner, soprano; Miss S. Kindred Williams, contralto; Mr. Key Compton, tenor; Mr. William Richards, basso, and Mr. M. P. Krue ger, violinist. The recital is free to the public. The Ho;; II e IIIIII Mil' I.IHV. (Comunicated.) Charleston, S. C, .March 10. 1S00. Editor Vlrglnlan-Pilot: I am In no sense a champion of the Smith Carolina Dispensary System, nor of the Maine Prohibitory System, nor the Free Liquor System, nor the Liquor Trust System, nor the Liuuur Monopoly ; System; but least of all am l In favor of that system of prejudicing, discredit? ing, and defaming men. measures, poli? cies and things, so In vogue, which ap? peals to some accidental circumstance, or even a necessary, but unfortunate, circumstance, as decisive of the whole merits of the controversy out of which It arises. A striking example of this method Is furnished by the Richmond Times In finally dispensing with the South Carolina dispensary. One Stuart was suspected, on reasonable grounds, of keeping concealed liquors on his premises and silling them contrary to law. A posse of constables, armed with due authority, came to search Stuart's house for the contraband articles; but ho and his wife met them nt the front door, and an angry wrangle ensued, in which Stuart said that ho would shoot any man who sought to search his pr< mlses; and he applied sumo very abusive epithets to the posse,?where? upon one of the constables slapped s;n art. Thereupon, according to the Times, which I now quote: "The latter went into the house, se? cured the inevitable South Carolina : ? 1. AND STANDING BEHIND HIS WIFE, ope ned fire upon the officers. Thi^ chief constable returned the fire regardless of the presence of Mrs. Stu nrt. and the woman was struck bv the bullets and killed. AND At/L THIS IN" THE NAME OF HUMANITY AND TEMPERANCE! "Stuart declared that ho had no re? spect for the dispensary law, nor tho oillcers appointed under that law. THEREFORE HE WOULD NOT OBEY IT OR THEM. THEREIN LIES THE WHOLE PRINCIPLE OF LAW AND ORDER. Men win never submit to a law which they hold In contempt, but will rather take a pride in tramp? ling it under foot." The caps in the quoted paragraph are mine. The sentences are remarkable enough In any typo; but I desire that the Times shall have all the glory It can acquire by my calling attention to them by a generous display. Assum lug that the Times-writer of the two paragraphs was sane and sober when he wrote them, as I most truly, but sadly, do, I beg the rational reader of them to consider that Stuart was a [ suspected violator of the State excise law; that the constables were public officers in the performance of their Bworn duty according to law; that Stuart resisted, defied, threatened, abused and attacked them with a pis? tol, first ENTRENCHING HIMSELF BEHIND HIS WIFE, who was there voluntarily, or on his compulsion,?cer ! tainly not by the procurement or wish I of the constables; and the constables ; RETURNED Till: FIRE (at him), , with the accidental and lamented re ; suit that Mrs. Stuart was killed. And now remark what a turn the i Times seeks to give the incident: "And I all this In the name of humanity ami I temperance!" The part that Stuart had played and was playing In the tragedy, cruelly ami cravenly m iking his wife a shield for himself, wholly left out of consideration! That it was forced upon the constables, utterly left out of sight! That they were perform? ing their duty, enforcing the law and acting IX SELF-DEFENCE against a criminal, who sought to murder them by shooting from behind her. being of no consequence! Of ?course: because the law and its officers were outlawed: How and why? The Times tells us; and let us learn from this great foun? tain of Justice and Jurisprudence: "Stuart had no respect for the law, nor the oillcers appointed under It." Na? turally: for is It not proverbial that: "No vogue e'er felt the halter draw With g. id opinion of the law," or its officers! And yet the Times rays "THEREFORE" (because .if his disre? spect) he would not obey It or them." So. it seems, a culprit must respect law and oflleers. before he can properly or reasonably be expected to obey it or them. ThisTa an entirely new doctrine, and tlic? criminal classes will make much <if It, if it he accepted as au? thoritative. But, says the Times, "THEREIN" (In the criminal's respect) "lies the whole principle of law and order." If that he so, the Times should admit that the constables were at leastI engaged In tea.?hing Stuart some re? spect for the Dispensary Law; and inj the only way such mcrr-ns Stuart ean I be taught to respect anything. And | here is the Richmond Times becoming their champion and defender! O Tempora! 0 Mores! Respectfully, L. Tax raver*. (Communicated.) Editor Virginian-Pilot: Dear Sir.?Allow we a small ppace In your most valu able paper. In reading an article In this Saturday morning's isstie. I notice an article referring to, the annexation of outlying communi? ties. As a citizen of Barboursville and a tax-payer, I pray that the energy of every good citizen will be directed to that one thing so long needed In this community. Please be so kind as to direct your! ? over the cork, our MqnMurc and lalvl on every l>ott!e? to prevent fraud ? to ensure honest goodness and purity and fineness. *? No other way to do a'.l this ? lor you. ? TAYLOR . Q Utrer sold in bulk. Of DraggUU, llroceii, ar.d Licensed Dealers. Trade supplied by attention to that forgitten place. BARBOURSVILLE?a shame, a die grace to Norfolk c unity. "What becomes of our taxes?" The streets are nothing but mud holes, muck ami mire. The side-walks are composed of mud-holes and pieces of broken beards, remains of a once side-walk place'd there over five years ago. There has n >t b. on ?~ shell placed on Gofl street for six years, and on Wilson avenue, north of Qoft street, there has never been a shell or brick put on it since Its creation. Yet. on this avenue, lives ab:?ut fifty families, who own their houses and pay taxes to Norfolk county. There was a time when Rev. Marsh ill I.and (colored) shelled and graded these streets, mostly out of his own picket: he has given, from time to time, money to keep those, street? up. Yet, with no help from the source from which It should come, he has become disgusted and taken his hands off. It is an ?? very-day occur? rence to see wheels of vehicles sink In holes to their axles, and drivers call for assistance to get them out, only to plunge in another a few steps onward. A prominent physician and'a high standing churchman of Norfolk city had an occasion to visit a patient In this vicinity, and when ho came In contact ?with s imo of these holes he forgot hiv? pure English for a few moments-. Tax-payers, who should enjoy some ?if the comfort of shelled roads and good sido-walks. hive t> take the mud for their's. We have labored and toil? ed to build comfortable homes. Yes; take us In. raise cur taxes. If rtccoi-tfary; wo will gladly and cheer? fully pay them, because we know we will get something in return. Yours very respectfully, W. II. LAND, Attorney at Law. Be sure you arc right, then ro to Nsvt York Dental Rooms to have teeth ex? tracted. No pain. Newest Discovery. N Y. Dental Rooms ONLY. S:? Main street, comer TalboL Lnncs. Miss SaUie Briley, of Scotland Neck, wedded Mr. Orittendon, of Newport News, Vu., a few days ago. KU-k HondacliA and re'.loTo all tt'o troubles lnefc dent !?> a Mlionj state of tho system, sueh u Pluinrs?, Kaiuea, 1>> Jtvjiuens. Distreaa ?ftar ,'atiiig. ruin in tho Side, to. VhiU their most remarkablv 1:1,1 11 hue b'cu eu ??r:: in curing rteadarhn. yf t Ci.-t.-r'* T.itllo j ive: Tillf are squally valuabloln Coiutl',v?ti.-11. curing and pre> renting thlaaanoylugcon)pl<Jut,wblla tbay alia . itnoi ill a?tua*tcsiacJ\,jUmnlaM the 1 v r and regulato the bowels. ;:>. n .1 tu-youly cured A che they w - ;1 J b j z'.moat prioeleS-1 to thn*? who autTsr from tale diatrtasliig complaint: button > nately thelrgnsdni-atdoes notes.! here,and tboaa try them will ?:..' the*- little pillt vslu able la to many wayt that they will not bo wil jn.j to do without them. But after all sick La vi Is tbebana of to many Urea that hero 1* wh?ra wo make our grt-st bo ait. Our pills euro It whllo others do 30t. Carter's J.tttle Liver Pill t aro rery ?mall and very easy to take. One or two villa make a dote, They are strictly vegetable?nd do not gripe c* purye, but by lb ir gentle action please all who Ota them. Id vUlaat liScenta : llvofor $1. So 14 by droggltU everywhere, c-r sent by malt. CARTER MEDICINE CO., Hew York. MR Sdlltas. kali Trift