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BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST,
1 Mr. iL L. Tayloe, of Aulander, N. C, 1? In the city, a guest of Hotel Nor? folk. f Mr. R. W". Rawls, of Lewiston. N. C, Is here slinking hands with friends. Mr. \V. H. Ward, of Hertford, spent yesterday in our city. Miss Viola Magruder, or Baltimore, Is on a visit to Miss Luclle Ramsay, No. ts.1 G ran by street. Mr. Wade Hampton, of Philadelphia, Is a guest of Hotel Norfolk. Mr. John It. Ames, of Danville, Is ex t'hauging greetings with friends In this blty. Mr. Willis U. Emmerson, of Saco, Me., (was in Norfolk yesterday. \frv 'p. J. P. Power, of the British Guards Hand, is quartered at the At? lantic. Mr. B. O. Bentley, of the Pullman tPalaca Car Co., was autographed at the Atlantic yesterday. " Mr. Chas. A. B. Harris, of London, Is Inj the city, stopping at tho Atlantic. Mr, Warren G. Elliott, of Wilming? ton, president of the Atlantic Coast Line, accompanied by Mrs. and the Misses Elliott, are nt the Montlcello for a fow days. Mr. and Mrs. w. H. Vanklclck, of Uew York, tire in the city. Hon. John Graham, ntul Messrs. W. B. Blddle, P. R. Halfe.Xleorgo Long, W. G. Eno and W. A. Kelst, prominent citizens of Wllkesbor're, Pa., are at the (Montlcello, guests or Mr. and Mrs. Syl Vanus Stokes. Mr. Kelst succeeded Mr. $1 ikes In the management of Hotel Sterling. Wllkesbarre's line hostelry. < Rev. C. B. Hogan, pastor of Moseley Street Methodist Church, will address the men's meeting of the Colored Y. M. C. A. this afternoon at ."> o'clock. Mr. <',. E. Ilralnard and wife, of Toungstown, Ohio, are guests of the Montlcello. Mrs. Edward Manlgnult, of London, Ontario, Canada, was a guest of the Montlcello yesterday. Mrs. B. Powell has returned to her home in Sandy HUI, N. 3. Mr. N. G. Gardner, of Norfolk, is reg? istered at the Hotel Lafayette. Phila? delphia. Uev. W. H. Edwards, the pastor, will be assisted in the revival at Centenary M. h. Church this week by Uev. s. 0. . Hatcher, of Queen Street M. B. Church. Mtijor Charles Plckett, secretary of the Hoard of Trade and Business Men's Association, who has been critically ill for some time, was reported last night to bi no le tter. M.ij. r James Milllgan continues Kori Ot'giy ill at his home._ Rev. EdWArd Mack, 51 the First Pres? byterian church, hfl for Washington, N. <'., yesti i.lay morning, where he will preach to-day In tho Presbyterian Chun h, of which he was formerly pas? tor. Ituv. Dr. C. M. Payne, of Wash ii glon, will preach In the First Pres? byterian Church, this city, to-day for Mr. Mack. Mr, Kecnc Addlngton, formerly of this city, hut now a prominent attorney of Chicago, Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Alice K. Addlngton, No. ",7 Bute street. Mr. Herman Jackson, of Nottoway county, is visiting the family or Mr. John Whltchead, No. 228 Park avenue. Mr. Jackson has been tilling the posi? tion of county clerk since the death of his father a few weeks ago, ami Is said to be giving satlsfa itton to the bar and com t. There will be held in the lecture room of the First Baptist Church this even? ing at i'.ttto o'clock a. very interesting meeting of the Sunday School Mission? ary Society. Subject: "Home Mis? sions." Several short talks will be made by members of the society. The pub? lic is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Levy returned y< 11. rday from a trip to New York und Philadelphia acquiring Easter stock. Mr. John S. Plckett has Just returned from a business trip to Philadelphia. Captain Hob. Fletcher, the well known and popular stevedore, who has been filling an engagement in Texas, has returned to the city und was ?warmly Welcomed by his many-friends. The attendance and performance were very satisfactory at the Auditorium last, night. Many persons have their good day and their bad day. Others arc about half sick all the time. They have headache,backache, and are restless and nervous. Food does not taste good, and the digestion is poor; the skin is dry and sallow and disfigured with pimples or eruptions; sleep brings no rest and work is a burden. What is the cause of all this? Impure blood. And the remedy? It clears out the channels through which poisons are carried from the body. When all impurities are removed from the hlood nature takes right hold and completes the cure. If there is constipation, take Ayer's Pills. They awaken the drowsy action of the liver; they cure biliousness. Wetto to our Doctor. ? We i.r.ve the ozcliuive fervlees Of'"*, mrue nt tlio iu.>st eiulie nt nli)klrl:in? In the United State?. W rite fre.-iy nil tho rartlcul.vr. In j.nir rnie. You will re? cent) a prompt reply, nithout mst. Adilreif, DR. J. 0. AYKK, Lowell. Mi Makes the food more delicious and wholesome BOV?l OAKIHO POwprn CO., NC? YOU. BRAM?LETON WARD. At the Park Avenue Baptist Church MonUav night the llev. K. B. Hatcher will give an address on "The Bible In ] Light ot Modern Research.' 'and will show the results of explorations In Bible and other lands. It will be a treat to all who love the Bible und de? sire to understand it better. Every? body Invited. A "Pie Party" will be given at the home of Mrs. W. C. Co?ke, West High? land avenue, Tuesday night, at s o'clock, for the benefit of Queen Street M. E. Church. Rev. \V. H. Edwards, of Centenary M. E. Church, will preach at Trinity Church at 11 o'clock this morning. The ? Potato Race and Prize Package Sale" will take place to-morrow night at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. \V. C. Brown, corner of Corprew and Malt by avenue, from s to u o'clock. The proceeds will be devoted to a worthy cause. Bishop A. M. Randolph preaches and administers the rite of confirmation at St. Peter's Church to-day. A quiet marriage will be celegratcd nt McKendree Methodist parsonage on Wllloughby avenue to-night. Some new cross stripe shirts. Very swell, price. SI.on. RUDOLPHI ft WALLACE. 333 Main street. ATLANTIC CITY TYARD Some of the stone that arrived here several days ago for the ward has been placed on Front street, and tin" Im? provements on that thoroughfare will soon begin. Tin- cotton ofllccs and warehouses, and a number of oyster packing establishments and coal yards are located on this thoroughfare, and the tr;rtTlc over It Is of such a character as to necessitate Its being paved with stone, and It will therefore be laid with Belgian block. The Junior Society of Christian En? deavor of t'olley Memorial M. I-:, church will meet nt l o'clock this af? ternoon. Rev. W. T. Williams will preach on "The 0.1 Shepherd" at LeKlcs Me? morial Church at ll a. in. to-dny. Workmen, while digging trenches yesterday on Rlvcrvlcw avenue to con? nect the sewer pipes with the resi? dences on that thoroughfare, unearthed two skeletons. Medium weight Underwear for "be? tween season" wear. RUDOLPH! & WALLACE, :;:::! Main street. tu r. i.m;ii i not sr. cluck. PROBABLY Till". M'?ST UNIQUE TIMEPIECE IX NORFOLK. What I? probably the most unique timepiece In Norfolk, If not in the Slate, Is now In the possession of Mr. Hugh O. Miller nt his office, in the citizens' Bank building, It having been resur? rected by him in the garet of Mr. P. .1 Morris' old home, in Texas, and pre? sented to Mr. Miller by Mr. Morris' mother. The clock?for it may be dignified with that name, though its motive power and works are on the model of a watch and very delicate In adjust? ment?is contained In a. case of highly finished bronze, resting on a black onyx base, and Is altogether over two feet In height In form It is a lighthouse, though of a style rare on the United Stales coast, being more like an Egyp? tian pylon, an unequal rectangle of! pyramidal extension, ten Inches by six inches at the base and six inches by four anil one-half Inches at the plat? form cornice which supports Hie light cylinder, It ?elf some live inches high, which sits within the gallery railing of the tower. The base of the tower is black onyx, representing a ledge, the lower is silvered and brown Inequ (red, and moulded to represent granite mns nory with corners of brownstone, and tin- whole Is divided into three stories, the plinth with cornice moulding con - raining the entrance and the two upper stories undivided, the iirst c< ntnlnlng the clock-face, the second a window. The dock face is llgured with watch face minuteness and .?kill. Till: CROWNING TRIUMPH. ? The crowning triumph Is the r Ml sctor .cylinder with its beautiful prismatic lens, jive in number, set in live col? umns, each, of which is nn adaptation of the gridiron or compensation pen? dulum, for this Is what the lantern ac? tually Is?the pendulum. Up through the centre runs a Hal. spiral, oscillating and expanding tubular spring of finest steel. This nets Indirectly on the pen dulum-lcns frame, imparting a circular and reversing motion, which, in turn, imparts a flash-light effect to the lan? tern lenses. DELICATE WORKMANSHIP. The delicacy of workmanship neces? sary to attain this result will be quickly understood by a machinist or watch maker. The clock weighs nearly loo pounds and is almost an exact model of Southwest Reef light station tower, In Louisiana, at the mouth of the'Missis? sippi. The (lock strikes the hour and half hour, th,- gong giving a very faith? ful reproduction of n Pell buoy at sen This curio was bought In ISS-I in Paris by Mr. P. .1. Morris for $450 anil given to his mother, and she. in turn, presented it to her arm's friend, who prizes It highly, as well he may ?OSf: At f t:It SKEW BOAT, THE VIGILANT FOR THE N. & O. V. RAILWAY < '< ). Mr. 1>. N. Hegnrty, genera! superin? tendent of the Norfolk and Ocean Vice.. Railway t'o.. went to New York yes? terday where he will witness a trial of the steamer Vigilant recently pur? chased by his company. If the test proves satisfactory, the boat will be s<--nt to NorfoHt under her own steam. Mr. Hegnrty took with him a crew to return with the Vigilant. The new steamer ia to be put on the route between Ocean View and ,<'Id Point Comfort, and will be an excellent nddltlon to the company's already splendid transportation facilities. The Granite City is now doing all the work between these two points, and the travel, this early in the season, is get? ting very heavy. DIVINE SERVICES TO-DAY. The Methodist, Presbyterian, Luther-1 an, Christian, Church of Christ. (Disci? ples) and the Christian Scientist pub? lish their hours of Sunday services in Saturday s issue. CATHOLIC. St. Mary's, corner of Chapel and H?<li Btreets. Rev. John Dohorty, pastor. Services at 7. 9:30 and li a. in. Vespers and benediction at 8 p. m. Sacred Heart Church, ROV. T, J. Wil? son, pastor.?Low mass at 7:JtU a. in.: high mass at 11 a. m. Vespers and bene? diction at it. in. Pill ?TESTANT EPISCOPAL. Christ Church, corner Freemason and Cumberland sire, is, Rev. C. E. Cram? mer. D. 1>. Serviies at 11 a. in. and .*. p. m. St. Paul's Church and Cove si re ts. Rev. H. l>. Tucker, rector?Services at It a. m. und evening prayer at 5 p. m. St. Luke's, corner of Granby and Hute streets, Rev. A. s. Lloyd, rector.?Ser? vices at 11 a. m. and 7:80 P- m. St. Peter's. Brown avenue. Bramble ton. Rev. ?'. B. Woodson, rector Ser? vices at H a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Bishop Randolph will preach at night, and ad? minister tiie lit. of confirmation, Bmmnnuel Ch ipel, corner Calvert and Wide streets. Rev. I. II. Dickinson, curate?Morning prayer ami sermon at 11 a. m. Evening prayer and sermon at X p. ni. Immanuel Chapel, corner Culvert and Wide strc ds. Rev. .lohn H. Dickinson, curate.?Divine services at 11 a. m. and 7:::o |>. in. every Wednesday and Fri? day night at S o'clock during Lent. Sunday school at 0:30 a. in. PRESBYTERIAN. Lamb, it s Point. It. v. C. D. Oilkin son, pastor. Preaching .it 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. ?Al'TIST. Park Avenue.- Preaching by the pas? tor. Rev. J. .1. Hail. 1>. D.. at 11 a. m. lied 7:4?-p. in. Morning subject: "What Christ May He To Our Life;" evening, "A Message to the People." First, Center of Freemason and Gran? by Btreets.? Prenchlng by the pastor. Rev. 10. B. Hatcher, at H a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Spurgeon Memorial, Windsor avenue, Brambleton.?Preaching by the pastor, Rev. L. It. Christie, at 11 a. m. and T:::o p. m. Lambert's Point.?Preaching by the pastor. Rev. Oeorge W. Cox, at li a. in. ami 7:t!0 p. m. Central Avenue, Atlantic city ? Preaching by the pastor, Re* Dudley, at 11 a. m. and p. m, Grace, corner Princess Anne avenue ami Church street.?Preaching by the pastor. Rev. A. B. <>\ven. 1). 1>., at 11 a. in. Subject: "What Will Take Place During the Millenium." At S p. m. Rev. 8. V. Hosanno, of Persia, will make an address. Freemason, corner Hank and Free? mason streets.?Preaching by Bvange? list P. O. Blsom at It a. m. and 7:4", p. in. Mr. Blsom will preach nightly this week at 7:45 o'clock and hold Bible readings at 4 p. in. UNION MISSION'. W. C. M. Michael, superintendent or Central Union Mission of Washington, D. IV. will speak at the Union Mis? sion, No. lOfi cinireh street, at 7:30 o'clock to-night. Hood music and sing? ing wdll he on,, of tile attractions. Church members help the good work. CH Hl STA DELPHIAN BCCLBSIA. Hall, comer of Bramble! in and Malt by avenues.- Services at 11 a. m. Word. E. E. 4 IIaiiilhiiiiic JIu11<limr. Tho walls of the Fenchurch street pub? lic school-house have been completed to the second story, and the public can form an Idea of the character of this structure. It bids fair t.? |?- one of the handsomest school-houses in the city. The contractor is pushing the work ahead with energy, and by early sum? mer the three new school buildings will be completed. These three houses will Talte just one hundred thousand tlol lnes out of the city treasury, but it is agreed that Norfolk will jjet her money's worth. Mr. From l ur Avtny < hiun. and Mrs. A. T. Morgan, of New Y.-rk, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ashley, of East (Hange, N. .1.. and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lee, of Hong Kong, China, ar? rived in the city yesterday morning, breakfasted at the M ?nllcello, hut later on went to Virginia Beach for a two weeks' sojourn at the Princess Anne Hotel. Mr. Lee is a resident of New Voik. but spends the larger portion of his time in Hong Kong, china, where be has huge business interests. good health tire syn- 1 onymous. Nervous Debility ia but nilc crcasc of the vital force;-. You become Irritable ami rest less.Hcadachc.Neu ralyia, Dizzincssand Depression.' rotnerc lysymptomsol what is to come. BROWN'S' Hi OX BITTERS will rec tify the trouble, will restore your nirvcs te> a normal con? dition, enrich your 1> I ood , fjivc you strength and go< i health. It i i the liest tonic for the net ves, the liestftKxl foi the blood, the liest nu? triment lor tho body known t<> Mater in M< i:. n. Why don't you take Browns' Iron Bitters? Rn?Uw4 ?Uli ?TW? t->'Hf t Bra. .. I,. . a. I .-. >?i m f?l?? Iff-.i i turn ? M ??? ..I i I...... ... - in a.- ?... ol-l-.. Imi--f ? iw-i.1t.?. ? Vr.r..-e 1: 01 >?. I)r>d .- N -i. |1?, I, ..r,-?Ui I [Slows*-' imi mms co., j llutllnorr. Mil. Tin: IM AM I in:u. TOLD BY V1R?INIAN-PILOT SIXTY DAYS AGO. Tli.it much talked of peanut deal Is again revived with the statement that if tin- expert accountant representing the promoters makes a favorable re? port on the business of the manufact? urers or Norfolk that the $5,000.000 syn? dicate will take the property of the Norfolk manufacturers. A reporter of the Virginian-Pilot has seen one of the iptions, and there Is absolutely noth? ing certain about it till the money Is paid. As an evidence of good faith, the promoters of the American Edible Nut Company have deposited ?50.000 in N. w York, not as a forfeit or to pay for options, but to show that they have money. If the report of the account? ant Is so bright as to enable the pro? moters to nottt the $5.000.000 bonds, then the sale is made. The Norfolk manufacturers will sell if they can get their price. The promoters will buy if they can float their bonds. This Is the whole statement In a nut-shell. As to whether this deal will go through no one Is prepared to say. It appears to have moved slowly since sixty days ago. when the readers of this paper were given a detailed description of the project. Hip Motu" U??|iel Army. The reception tendered the Boys' Gos? pel Army of the Young Men's Christian Association yesterday at noon by the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of the city was a unanimous success in every particular. One hundred and llfty-slx boys were present. A splendid piogram of songs, hymns and talks fol? lowed by refreshments, was much en? joyed by all present. it Is considered a remarkable record that the Boys' Gospel Army has made in Norfolk. The average attendance for last year was one hundred and twenty-one at the Sunday afternoon Bi rvlco, an average unheard of In hoys' w ok In this State. One hundred and sixty boys were present last Sunday to hear Mr. Coulter, the State Secre? tary. Fifteen new members were re? ceived. Not less than one hundred and fifty boys are expected to-day to hear a talk on "A Hive uf Bees," by Mr. Ambrose Page. The next entertainment by the boys will be given on Friday night. Free to members of the army. Meeting this afternoon begins promptly at 2:HO, and the doors will be closed at 2:15, after which no ono will bo admitted. siMtIX? OPKNING OF ill El.is l it v, WHERE THE LADIES OF NOR? FOLK CAN BE SUITED IN STYLES. Spring, with its verdant beauty, is opening up its wealth of fragrant blos soins, giving promise to a rich harvest, and. it is Is appropriate that woman, who is the masterpiece of nature's It.iinly work, should adorn herself in beautiful attire. Chief among the attractions being .?ft', red arc the numerous and beauti? ful styles of head wear that the mil? liners of Norfolk present to the trade by advertisements in tho VTrglnian-l'l lot this morning, which are presented below: CORPMAN'S DISPLAY. At Corpman's well-known Main street millinery establishment a grand souvenir opening of Spring patterns will take place on Wednesday next, which will he his tenth annual Spring announcement. He will exhibit on that day one of the greatest varieties of trimmed and untrimmed millinery, con? sisting of exquisite Imported hats, bon n. ts and toques, comprising the most attractive display, ever witnessed In Norfolk. BASSETT'S EASTER DISPLAY. Basse It's fine millinery, No. 222 Main street. Academy of Music building, an? nounce the opening of Its grand Faster millinery display of pattern hats and bonnets, and all the novelties for Easter wear, on Wednesday ami Thurs? day next, March 22d and 23d. and a special invitation Is extended to the ladles to call, examine and make their seiet lions from one of the newest and most handsome assortments this well known establishment has ever present? ed t.? the trade. MRS. II. POSNER. Mrs. li. Pilsner, proprietress of the fashionable Le Mode. Granby street, Monticello Hotel, will open a new line of trimmed hats and bonnets on Wed? nesday and Thursday next, and Invites all the ladies to come ami see her many new and novel designs. A. FISHEL. A. Fishel, No. 370 Main street, will on Wednesday and Thursday exhlb a large assortment of pattern hats and b< nnets, ai d a complete line of all the latest novelties in millinery goods, and a ? irdlol Invitation is extended the pub? lic to call , x.iin.ne. MKS. .1. s. it. ANDERSON. The old and popular millinery estnb I diment of Mrs. .1. S. B. Anderson, No. 140 Chinch street, that always caters principally for the elite of the Cities bj tie- Sea. will give the ladies of Nor f lk. Portsmouth and vicinity the op p rtunity of making their selections ;': ?in one of the finest stocks of milli? nery eoods, imported and domestic, that tile markets produce, this week. The notice of the grand spring open? ing will be found in another column MRS. 1'. RIES. Mrs. P. Ries, the well known milli? ner. No. 162 Church street, announces in another column her spring opening Of pattern hats and bonnets on next W'e li esday and Thursday, and Invites tie- ladies to come and see the great variety and beauty in styles which she feels sure cannot fall to please, as well as surprise the ladies. MISS M. GILLERLAlN. Miss M Qlllerlaln. fashionable milli? ner. No. 366 Main street, will have her Iiis: grand opening of pattern hats and bonnets, and the latest novelties In mil lim ry goods, on the 22nd and 23rd In? stant, ami Invites the ladles to come and see the many beauties. ThoRritltli Onnrds Visit. Lieutenant Godfrey, conductor of the Royal Guards British Band, was too Indlsp ised to appear yesterday with his band, and remained at the Gladstone. Mr. Kettlewell acted in his stead- The band Is well pleased with Its reeep llon 'vre and the members were the recipients of many courtesies. The band left England three weeks ago and had a pleasant passage across. They appear In Washington, P. C? to-night With the I'nlted States Marine Band in a concert. OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 13 Easter Millinery Display! ^ BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT OUR SPRING SHOWING OF Pattern Hats and Bonnets AND ALL THE MANY NOVELTIES FOR WILL TAKE PLACE ON NEXT WEDNESDAY -AND THURSDAY, flARCH 22 AND 23. DON'T FAIL TO VISIT OUR STORE ON THESE OPENING DAYS, AND SEE THE MOST ELEGANT DISPLAY IN NORFOLK. Bassett's Fine Millinery. 222 MAIN STREET, NEXT TO ACADEMY OF MUSIC, NORFOLK FIRST SPRING OPENING. Miss M. GILLERLA1N announces her First Grand Opening of Pattern Hats and Bonnets and Latest Novelties in Millinery Goods Wednesday and Thursday, March 22 and 23 MISS M. GILLERL?IN, 366 MAIN STREET. es, Brownley & Hornth; The departments naturally of the most interest to the shopping public at present are those for which we have made sperra! preparation, and we are pre? pared to meet your demands. SILKS_? This department is aglow and sparkling with the newest produc? tions of the season, some exclusive novelties not to be found in other stores. Prices to suit all. DRESS GOODS. The new and desirable things to be shown in this department are too numerous to mention in detail, but we have them, and it will be Our pleasure to show them. HIGH NOVELTIES IN DRESS TRIMMINGS. Just received many novelties that will greet you with unthought of suggestions as to how handsome and tastefully a dress may be trimmed. We only ask that you visit the new store. Polite and attentive salesmen will see that each and every customer is promptly and properly served. THE MONTICELLO CORNER. Branches Represented In the Dental Fine Ait. Crown work converts a decayed and useless root into a serviceable, handsome, and durable t oth by adjusting a suitable cap, or rown. Bridge work Inserts arti ilci.il teeth wiwn sew nl are missing, without the use oi' a plate, attaching tli tinv light dentitre. delicately, yet firmly, to the points of fastening and restoring the most natural effect and efficiency, in this work our experience, skill, nntt supe? rior mechanical fa. tlitl. s h i;, as to excel. We'll gladly give you estimates?and pr v> the merit ol our work t>y showing you i"tesimiVs of many of our ousts. "Newest Discovery" Painless Exifaction. New York Dental Rooms Only, 334, Cor. .Wain and Tatbot Sis., Oftiee hours. S to 6; Sundays, W to L J. D. ENNES. Dentist. MILLINERY, n spBmB mm. MRS. J. S. B. ANDERSON I Otts to anrounee that her new Spring Stock of Select Millinery, replete, with all the n< w.st deslgna In Hnts and Bon :,t is. I V. ach Flowers an<l Fancy Novel now ready for the Inspection of her ptIrons. Thursday and Friday, The 23d and 24th March, will bo the grand Opening Day of the M>ason for the display of Paris pattern Hats and Bonnets and a variety of select fancy novelties, that will bo fashio-nablo ? lnr!nic the ensuing season. Tho ladles In general are respectfully Invited to be present. MRS, J. S. B. ANDERSON. _20o CtilJtiGtl STREET._ 1864. 1333. ?OUR OPENING OF? Paits.ii flats and Bonusts ?WILL TAKE PLACE? i list, THE 22D RND 23D INSTANT, The ladies will be pleased as well as surprised with the great variety and beauty of our styles. MRS. P. RIES. * IPS O la t_* i? o Itl jSt. SPRING JPENING! ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, MARCH 22d and 23d. WE WILL SHOW A LARGE ASSORT MENT OF Pattern Hats and Bonnets ?Also a Full Line of all the? LATEST NOVELTIES -IN Millinery Goods! Wc cordially invite the public to call and examine our slock. 370 Main Street. Of the Handsomest Line of Ladies' Shirt Waists Silk and Other Skirts DRESS GOODS AND EASTER NOVELTIES IN LADIES' TIE1S Of Ltbcrty.Silk, Lace and Mull. lu Shirt Waists I havo two Special Numbers, and 4322,; which were made lo sol! at I5c. I closed t*?e two lots, and you can buy them, as long as they last, at Mj. apiece. The be$t value for the money ever iffored anywhwere. In Skirts I have a hiCO assortment of all makes of fabrics, from $1.00 to Sti.M aylcce, and in Silk Sklr',s I have the cho c< st line from fa.QO to iV'.M uplece; remarkable value for the money. All Of these goods are scarce and hard t g< t, yoil will thercforo do well by purchasing early at ELIAS BALL 362 Main Street. WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE. SLAUGHTER SALI: ?OF? DRY GOODS, On MONDAY, 20111 Instant. 1 am solng out of Fancy djl.red D:c:s Goods and will offer ay follows at thj sale: All-Wool Mixtures, former price Me., Ill 3C'>.-. 50e. Brocade Brllllantlne at soc .. . to Fancy Dress Goods at 19;. to JAn French Flannel, worth <Ht*c? at 45c. All Canton Flannel at wholesale cost. All Calicoes ut Sc. per yard. < i vil-\Vot>l Mixture, 71 tu 853,, to bo sold at 60c. X u goods arriving daily, U> be sold at tho lowest prices. C. El. JENKINS, New Store, Montieello Hottl.