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NEWS FROM RICHMOND" AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA
RICHMOND NEWS AND GOSSIP Soldiers Want to Be Muster? ed Out in the South. THE GOVERNOR PETITIONED Will no to mo ?Jons Financial .i<i vnillngo? .Jniifco Wnilillll Decides mi Important t'nno Involving Jn> riKdiriioii ? Yonug Hai Cru*be<l Under n IiocaiiiotlYO ? Supreme i oni > Decisions. (Spflal to Vlrpinlnn-rilPt.) Richmond, Va., March 24.?Although It la not known here where the Fourth Virginia, will .be mustered out, it is known that the tuen desire to lie dis? charged from the Bcrvlce at some of the Southern military r.tations. In order that they may get the additional 82 cents for every 20 miles traveled from the place of mustering out to their homes. Governor Tyler to-day received n pe? tition signed by about 800 enlisted men of the regiment asking that they be or? dered to some Southern c.nnp for mus? tering out. The petition recites that they wish thin done In order that they may have the advantage of Increased pay, and in order that they may not have to undergo n sudden change of climate from the summer of Cu'? ? to the far more temperate spring o( Vir? ginia. Tin- petition slates that whll ? the reg? iment would bo proud tu re-enter Rich? mond as nn Integral Organization, the men feel thai the solid linanclnl bene? fit accruing from a muster-out at one of the more distant points c msldernbly outweighs other considerations. Gov? ernor Tyler si vi rnl weeks air i asked the Secretary of War to have the regiment mustered out at Savnnnnh, as he thought the chnngo from Cuba to Rich? mond would be to i gr< t The memh :. of the regiment asked Governor Tyler to make this request during his recenl visit to Cuba. It is quite prohnble that the regiment will ho mustered out in Savannah. It is expected th leave Ha? vana "on the i?ixi.? nexl \\". dncsdny, A CONFLICT OF JURISDICTION. Judge Waddlll, of the United State? District Court, lo-d ly decided a ques? tion of great Interest, one involving the question of jurisdiction as between State and Federal Courts. The style of Die suit was Susie Jneipien vs. ll. x. D. Parker. The suit Is by a citizen of Chicago to enforce liens upon property in Cumberland county, in the circuit Court of that county there is a divorce suit pending against the same defendant, Parker, In vhlch decree for alimony was entered. That court at one lime had possession of tlie defendant'A property by a re? ceiver. That receiver v as discharged and Immediately thereafter the uuir was brought here and a receiver was appointed by Judge Waddlll, It was Insisted by counsel here for the non-resident plaintiff that the Cumberland proceeding did not prevent the prosecution of the suit here. Judge. Waddlll holds this Is the correct view and Receiver Flanagan is continued In chnrge of Hie Cumberland property In? volved ami the plaintiff is permitted to prosecute her suit in the Circuit Court ion dual decree notwithstanding the objections of the Cumberland plain? tiff. RUN OVER AND CRUSHED. About " o'clock this afternoon a young man, aged about 16 years, named Terry Kidwcll, was run over near the Orleans-street crossing of the Chesa? peake and Ohio railway, In Fulton, ami had both legs badly crushed. Dr. IJ. I.. Reams was called and attended the young man, but his condition was such that it was impossible to toll what the result might he. The young man was riding en the step of a .?-witch-engine, and in jumping off he fell under the engine, which passed over him. The boy lives on Graham street, Fulton, with his father. Mr. Charles W. Kid well, who is employed at the Virginia and North Carolina Wheel Works. SUPREME COURT OF APPEATjS. National Mtc Association of Uar! fprd, Conn., vs. Hopkins, administrator, et als. Further nrgue.i hy Edmund Pendlcton for appellant nnd Judge f.. Ij. Le wis arid George T. Haw for ap? pellees, an.] submitted. Richmond Traction Company vs. llII dchrand; continued. Kelly vs. Fa inn on nt T.an.l Company, et als. Argued by a. W. Patters in for plaintiff In error nml continued until Monday next. The next eases to be called are: Camp vs. Wilson ami Norfolk and Western Railway Company vs. um Do? minion Baggage Company, Nos. Cl and C2. DIED INr t-JPOTSYT/VANIA. A telegram from Frcdcricksburg says that Mr. A. F.. Jinwllngs, Common Nature makes the .cures after all. Now and then she gets into a tight place and needs helping out. Things get started in the wrong direction. Something is needed t.> check disease and start the system in the right directi n toward health. Scott's Emulsion of Cod liver Oil with hypophos phites can do just this. It strengthens the nerves, feeds famished tissues, and makes rich blood. 50c. and i-i*>. all dnigttlt*. ?COTT BOW NE, Chemlsu New York. wealth's Attorney of Spotsylvnnln county, died this morning at Iiis home, at Spotsylvanln Court-house, after a long Hint ss of fever, a?.-<l 51 years. lie leaves a widow and five children. BISHOP WII/-ON TO BE HERB. Itishop Alphcus \V. Wilson, who has Just returned from missionary work in tho Orient, will he In Richmond April 23d-2Sth lo attend the Methodist Cen? tennial celebration. He will preach on Bundny, April 23d, ami will deliver an address on Foreign Missions on the evening <'f April 25th. THE SCHOOL OF METHODS. Mr. K. C. Glass, of Liynchburg, who is to be the conductor of the School of Methods, called upon Superintendent Bouthnll and Scdretary Brent, of th" State Uonrd of Education, and later visited Governor Tyler, lie conferred with the se Officials with reference to tho locntion to be selected. Staunton has entered the race. Mr. Glass will not select the place until after his re? turn to Lynchburg. I'liTKHSBURQ An Old nnd Respected Citizen Painfully Injured. lhrov.it From !? Mill y While Spirit. In?: '? llornc?Nllo l"or ."?ew.? lorli'o oiiiro Nclcclcd l.ooas Tobnccn .Solca -3Voi Smallpox, Petersburg, Va., March 24.?Mr. Wil? liam Sandford, an old and respected citizen, and well Known stock dealer of this city, was quite painfully hurt at the West End Park trmsk yesterday af? ternoon a: nbout quarter past 5o'clock. Mr. Sandford was st>.ting his horse on tho back track stretch when the ani? mal went Off his feel and the sulky ool bllggy, but on tie- way ne t Mr. Sand ford violently oh the track, where he laid f a- a. short while, stunned and un? able- to rise. Spectators at oneo went to his assistance and .Mr. It. ll. Jones started to convey him to his home in btldggy .'"it on the way met Mr- Sand ford's son, who took charge of bis fa? ther. Mr. Sandford was considerably bruised, but no bones were broken, and It is hoped that lie Buffered no In? ternal injury. Dr. Mcllwatnc attend,.,! litm. Till': NEW CLERK'S OFFICE. The Public Property CommltCC of the Common Council met by appointment on Court Moese square yesterday fa lornoon for the purpose of selecting a site for the new lire-proof clerk's of? fne. Atter looking over the grounds a site was selected on the south side of the square and the stakes laid. Tim building will cover a space of ground 39x49 feet. A description of the build? ing has already been published in this correspondence. LOOSE TOBACCO SALES Tho sales of loose tobacco at the warehouses for the past week have been fairly large, and s,,me of I! of? fered has been of a very line quality Some lots sold yesterday for $ls per hundred pounds. At the Farmers' Warehouse Wednesday the buyers and others had their thirst quenched with champagne punch. NOT SM AM. POX. A gentleman stated yesterday that he had been reliably Informed that there was no small-pox in Dinwlddic county, but that the disease so prevalent in the county, and said to bo small-pox. had been pronounced by a physician of the county to be nothing more or less than Asiatic scab. BRIEF MENTION. The regular monthly meeting of tho Bp worth League Union will bo held to? night at I::trick's M. B. Church, An interesting program hns been arranged for th" occasion. At a monthly meeting <>f pt. Patrick's Catholic Beneficiary Society, held last night, it was decided t.? have a. ban? quet and dai.in April .Mb next. THE IIKIMTOf, KIIUOTIXG. GENERAL WALKER RATLBO?AT? TORNEY IIA Mil ,Ti' N O U T. Bristol. Va.. Manh 21.?Chief of Po? lice Kilgore served a warrant last nicht upon General .lames A. Walker a; the Hotel St. Lawrence. General Walker gave bond to-day In the sum of $ii,000 for his appearance before Polier Jus? tice C. F. Gauthler, Mayor of Bristol, April 27th, for a preliminary trial. General Walker's bondsmen are Col. Abrain FUlkorson, Capt. .1. ll. Wood and lion. Stuart F. LIndScy. General Walker thereupon swore out a warrant for the nrresl of George I: ; Davit*, charging him with having shot him (Walker) twice, and claiming to hnvo seen the shots tired. The war? rant has not yet been served, bill will be upon the return to the city to-night Of the Commonwealth's Attorney; Gen? eral Walker Will go to his home at Wythevillc thin morning. Attorney William S. Hamilton, who was shot in the abdomen by General Walker, has so far recovered as to be able to go about. I.YXCM uimo. DAMAGE SUITS ? QUARANTINE RAISED DEATH. Lynchburg, Va., March 24.?The $10. 000 suit of It. p. Armlstcnd, a colored lawyer, against the Norfolk and West? ern Railroad Company, for discrimina? tion in forcing him to Pave tho la? dies' waiting room at Campbell Court? house, was tried In the Campbell ?'ir cult Court yesterday, and the Jury, aft 1 r n. two minutes' c onsideration, re lurhod a verdict for the defendant. The suit ,1 R. w. i (an.els' adminis? trator vs. the Norfolk and Western Railroad Company for $10,000, was dis? missed oh a dcihurri r to evidence. Dan lels was killed at Wlnfnll, on the Dur? ham 1 dvlslon. Tho quarantine established by Lynch burg ngalnst Concord, about twelve miles or;s! of b, re. wns to-day abolish? ed, no new cases of smallpox having th vci.v.. d. Mrs; Mary \. Hurley, wife of Mr. J. J. Hurley, died he.ar'.v this morn? ing. Bi ; idea her husband She Is sur? vived by two sans -Messrs. Dcnniu A. and Thomas Hurley. TOWN OF SUFFOLK Land Grabbers Act Benefits Nan semond County. Colonel iinrpor Knlnloa N<hiia Fatal I Coincidences?Kol I of Honor- Free Vaccine .Malier -Tronblo Wllll 1? ?into-.Siphon Oil Lamp*. (Ppeei.il to Vlrglnlan-F 'ot) Suffolk, Va.. March 21.?The so-called Iniquitous "land-grabbers' act," ex ccrctalcd, ar- It has been, all over the Slate, has been worth something to KanBCinond county's finances after all. It has made the county's pocket-book some $100 better Off by reason of Its operation. At the same time it has made poorer those who could least af? ford it. and lias put a much larger sum Into the wallets of those who were shrewd and conscienceless enough to profit by Us workings. County Clerk Robert R. Smith has prepared an oflici.il statement for the supervisors' inspection. This statement HllOWS that the amount of taxes collect? ed on account of the "land-grabbers' law," together with insolvent capitation and property taxes, is Just .*!!?".r.2. It was ordered by the supervisors that the sum be paid over to County Treasurer S. T. Kills, In a check drawn by Clerk It. It. Smith. FATAL, COINCIDENCES. "Speaking about coincidences," said Col. I., l'. Harper, Suffolk's genial post? master, this afternoon, "I have noticed si nething fatal in connection with my appointment as postmaster and the preceding cnmpnlgn. The gentleman who notified me from St. Louis about my selection as district elector, Col. <".ay; the corrccpondont, Mr. Ashby, who wired me from Washington of my appointment, and the gentleman who sent the wire about my confirmation are all dead. Tin y were good friends of tr.ine, and they sent me good news. It's a little singular death should have claimed them So .soon. It makes inc sad." DISTINC UISIIED PUPILS. Following Is the r. 11 of honor of Suf? folk High School and Public Seh,?,) x.,. 1, for the seven month session, isns-"t*9: First and Second Grades?Edlar Chapped, Marvin Hill, Henry Potter, l.inwood Wiggins, Ines Uaincs, Idurilla Itrooks, Marguerite liarroll, Lillian Ho? sier. Lcclaire King. Fannie Rlddlck, Ruth Whit ley. Third i fra de?Harvey Kiev, Thcophl lil? i "auch. Fourth Grade?Nannie Whit ley. Fifth Grade -George Nurney, Sammle Stalllngs, John Miltner, Eva Wiggins, Ruby Keller, Belle Splvey. Sixth Grade?Harry Brooks, Harry Dishnroon, Rochelle Harren, Wallace Norfloct, Alfi.d Rlddlck, Bruce Rawlcs Louise Taylor. Leslie Smith. .limmle Wiggins, James Wilson. Caroline Boy kin, hies Klngj Minnie Moreil, Mary Potter, Kthel Ward. Loin Turner. Seventh Grade David Wood, .lohn F Pinner, Willie Wiggins, John Thorn? ton. Klghth Grade?Horace Phillips, j First Venr, High School?Jamie Caus? ey. Archer Applewhite, Mary Cowling. Millie Nurney. Second Year?Gladys Applewhite. Wesley Lloyd. Third Year?Ethel Harr ell, Evle Kg gleston. FREE VACCINE MATTER. The smallpox situation here is of the most reassuring character. Ii has been completely stamped out in Suffolk, and in the county i: la rapidly waning. In fa t. all the cases under treatment are convalescing. There have been only four deaths, and but two while people have been affected. The Bnnrd of Supervisors of the coun? ty has ..r.l.-r. ?! that the comity furnish vaccine points to persons desirous of vacclnntlng thcmsclv ; or their faml : lb s. Such persons may apply to the supervisors of their respective districts. If unable to bear the expense of vacci? nation, the points will_taaak lied FORGOT THE COMBINATION. Old man Dcmnscy Hare, the richest colored man In three counties is in n i ? ulinr fix. He has lots of money in his iron snfe, but can't get to It. The Safe Is locked, the owner has forgot the combination, and th?> company that built It has gone on: of business. Ohl man Hare had been In the habit of just luri lug the combination a Mule so it woul l unlock without much trouble. In January last sonic children got to play? ing with the snfe, and it hasn't opened s.lnro. If the safe never opens old man Hare won't suffer. He has hundreds of res of land, und his coffin is paid for. SIPIU IN OIL LTGHTS. Since the accident .it the electric light i iwi pi mil and the consequent Incon ice resulting from darkness, some merchants and business men have been putting in other kinds of illuminators. Col ? I T. J. Atv.leis >n. of Norfolk, was here to-day, and put In a number of siphon oil lamps and chandeliers, whose lights .ire very pretty. He also put. up .i. gasoline arc light on the street. A force of plumbers wan with him. rui: last SAD RITES. The funeral of the late Mrs. Kmmn X irflcet, relict of the late J unes A. Norflcct, who died at ll o'clock last night, took place this afternoon from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Julia A. Kley, Kllby and North streets. The hour was .". The funeral rites were conducted l>y Dr. W. w. Staley, of the Christian Church, who was nssisted by Rev. J. F. Barrett, of Norfolk. The int. rmcnt happened in Cedar Hill Cemetery. These were pall-bear? ers: Richard L. Brewer, Sr., Jacob Lawshe, Henley M. Parker, Benjamin SUFFOLK ADVEHTiSEME'TS TT\ OR RE-ELECTION AS MAYOR V Town of Suffolk i: L BRMWJER, Jr Subject 19 Democratic Primary. nihil! if _ 'ii : IC ONiLY way MOST MEN WILT. I iv,. money IS ? ' 1 lllo at a time, .sys? tematic saving. The experience of prne t'.< tl men Who know, say thai a ,? ?> ? I w i '.. save m ?ney i- to Invest in LIFE IXSIH'. a N<'I'. H riu'.tns laying aside a sm>.i: amount ? ich year ind receiving your money ?'k with large profits at a tune whim you heed it most. Fir ihis mir: ?so the best policy la the L.fe Late Kruiowmcnt issued by tho Union Central, |i\?r full Information call oh or write to iWOODWARD ..v. ELAM, Suffolk, v.i. F. Cutchin. Samuel S. Hosier and John i P. Lotzin. MARCH MUSICALS. The y.mng ladies oC Suffolk College gave a delightful musical this evening at s o'clock In the music hall. There were piano solos and duels, vocal solos, choruses and hlgh-clnss recitations. The young ladles who made the even? ing's entertainment' were: Mali? Twll ley. Manic Leigh; M. Mac Bruce, Lil? lian Jones. Susie Nurney, liattle Smith McLcod, Telsa Smith, Anna Fllchett, Lina. M. Everett, Verna Wilson Hal stead, llogata Wllhelmlna Vocke, lues Elisabeth Garrett. Miry Harrison Gregory, Salle- Burton Bltlnor, India Virginia Saunders and the vocal class. VERY FEW PERSONALS. Mr. Louis T. Doble, or Norfolk, who. used to live In Suffolk, was hero a short time to-day. lie left for Richmond. Mr. \v. H. Barnes, of Carrsvllle, Va., was registered at the Commercial Ho? tel to-day. A deed put on record to-day trans? fers from Joseph T. Williams to Wil? liam S. Holland l?r. acres of land lt? Chuckattick district; consideration, $1,200. Mr. P. G. Griffin, of Norfolk, was in town to-day on business. Farmers are taking advantage of the bright weather to rush their delayed agricultural opera lions. Well Known Itllftlneft* Hun. Suffolk. Va.. Mdrch 1?. 1599.?W. J. Sul? livan. P. O. ltox DCS, i well known bll - n*?s man here, says his health was poor and his wile had that tired feeling. Loth took Hood's Sarsaparllla and It cur< I them NEWPORT NliWS Damage Suit Against the Shipyard Company. nnrrln rnrlebl Wmils Pny For In. Jury I? Hit Legs Indicted Fur At Icged ?l bett l'ront I>?"?l Body of n t oinriKlc?llllier Sintiers. Newport News, Va.. March 2l.-rMor ris Enrlgllt this morning entered suit | in the Corporation Court against the Newport News Ship! ail.lim: and Dry I lock Company for $10,000 damages be? cause Of injuries alleged to have ben received on the -Uli of March a year ago while assisting in removing the cradles from under the battleship K< :i tucky, which was launched upon that date. Enrlght was in some way caught un? der the timbers and had both legs broken. His counsel are Hon. John S. Wise, of New York, and A. C. Peachy, of this city. Mr. A. S. Sogar represi nts the company at this point, and the ii- .it will likely be "no of the prettiest from a legal standpoint that this court, has I seen. ALLEGED THEFT. Edward Vanholt, an old veteran at the Soldiers' Home, was sent on to await the action of the May term of the United States grand Jury by United States Commissioner John S. Tinker Thursday. Vanholt is charged with the theft of J.-.0 from the dead body of John Eder, an old soldier, who died in Mill Creek February 28th. CORPORAL ELLINGTON'S CASE. Mayor A. A. Moss to-day rccclvi 1 a letter from Captain C. 1'. Berkley, of Company K, Fourth Immunes, how a. Manzanillo, in reference t ? the pardon of Corporal W. ICUington, of this city, who is serving a sentence at St. Au? gustine. Fla., for leeach of military regulations. Captain Berkley makes several suggestions which will be of value In securing LIU tig ton's pardon. WILL i ) TO Nl lltPl >LK. Mr. J. 11. Graves, who for a number of years has been chief clerk of tin Last Bound Department <.f the Chesa? peake .v (?!iii fivij;hl , thee. hm, re? signed that position to accept Lie chief clerkship of the Chesapeake and Ohio freight nfflcp in Norfolk. Tin will leave., for his new field of labor the find of the month. His place hero will be Riled by Mr. G. '1'. Marshall, who ha? ben with the company for s >m ? y. ars. IN] ?USTR1AL Nl iTES. It Is reported that the Newport News and Old Point Railway and LI tri Company will commence to lay i;;; ,(< ?. Me track on Washington aveniie n Monday morning, i; > ,;.| that at a meeting of the officials in Hampton last night It was decided to begin this work on the day mentions I and t.. rush it forward as rapidly a.: possible. The bricklayers ivorklng on the cltv Jail are engaged to-day in putting the finishing touches on Hi ? r >ht of tho building. The ornamental i p structure of brick was put on to-.| ty and the |ali front begins to present an attractive appearance. itimii>}> u i !.??<> v pi<i.ss:\ BEAUTIFUL ARTJC1 ES GIVEN HIM IN til 13 ORIENT. (The Baltimore Sun,) Bishop Alpheus W. Wilson, nf the Metiiodist Episcopal Church, South, has; returned to Iiis home, ri"-* Ma l.sen ave? nue, after an absence of about nine months spent In visiting the mission stations of the church in Japan, Coren and China. Bishop Wilson is enjoying ruddy health. He will be busy for the next three weeks with his corresp ?nd ence, which has accumulated during his absence, and will then go to Nash? ville. Tonn., to attend the annual meet? ing of the board of foreign missions. BiShop Wilson spoke hopefully of the outlook In the mission fields which he visited, and he particularly noted the change in the attitude of the people toward the United states. The change is largely due to the wonderful achieve? ment of tlie American licet under Ad? miral Dewey, which has given the peo? ple of the far Kas: a different Impres? sion of the people on this side of tlie Pacific. Bishop Wilson his beer-, four times over the mission fields of China and .Ian in and once in Corea. Altogether he has traveled something Ilk.' 100.000 miles and I as vlsltt 1 every mission in those countries^ He brought back with him from his last trip a number of souvenirs for his family and friends. Among the ar? ticles'of interest is a hat that was worn by Mr. Yun. a Corenn, who was educated In the United States an I is now a minister of the Methodist Epis? copal Church, South, in his native country. The hat was worn by Mr. Yun when ho attended the coronation of the Czar. It is made of bor.se hair and is a wonderful piece or work. It is very mm h the Bhajie of the high silk hat worn here. The hairs are finely woven together, but the hat Is so thin and light that it Is almost transparent. A bind of the same material Is worn about the head hi ncatli the hat and a String of amber beads surrounds the crown. Perhaps the handsomest present brought !>.?."!< by the Bishop Is two sets of embroidered screens. Each set Is composed of four pieces of heavy black satin, heavily embroidered. On one partly conc ealed among .a clus? ter of weeds Is a rooster with fiery red comb and wattles and glossy tail feath? ers that change color as the Bcrecn is moved very mUch, as the colors or na? tural feathers change under the same circumstances. On the other side of lite screen are two grey g- esc leisurely waddling their way to a stream of wa? ter. On the other screen are hunches of chrysanthemums that look natural enough to tempt one to pick them up. The screen is completed by the repre? sentation of an eagle seal id oh a limb. Another present to Bishop Wilson from a merchant In ?/Iii: 1:1 Is an Ivory jewel box about :dx Inches long and four Inches wide, handsomely carved with miniature llgurcs of men and wo? men finely executed. I'i !t 'jnlr.rin or Alum '.* (Popular Science Monthly.) Languor, lo.-.s of appetite, Indiges? tions and often tevcrishncsii tire tin common symptoms < f a physiological ' condition termed "inalarlc." .Ml these symptoms may he and frequently arc the effect of th use of alum baking powders in food making. There is no qucsth n about the poisonous . ffect of alum upon the system. It obstructs di? gestion, prostrates the nerve-;, ooagu l it. i ami devitalizes the blond. All this [ lifts been mad-- cle r, thnttks to physl clars. boa:,:.; of health, and food com ?111 -. . ns. S ? "highly Injurl ids to the he|ilth of me community" does the emi? nent head of the University at Pennsyl? vania. Dr. Barker, conaid r ilu alum baking powd rs, that he snys "their siile -loud ! be tin hlbited by law." Under these clreumsianrcs it Is worth, the while nf every house wife to em? ploy the very lilt!., care that Is lieCCS essary to keep so dangerous ah ? 1 imcnl from the food i I In r family. A pur.- cream of tartar halting pow? der, which is the only 1:1ml that should '?e used, ought to cost about ir> cents to cents a po?h I. Then frire. If you are i ityhig ifu. h less, something i- wrong; If you are paying 25 Cents <>r I ss per pound, the powd. r is eertaitily mad.' from alum. Always hear these simple facts In mind wheri purchasing baking piwd r. Had Given Up All Hope of Ever Being Cured! After trying a number of remedies without the least 4ign of any hr prove i i. ht 1 j;nvo up all hope ot ever being cured. A friend itdviscd ice to c n-nll lilt. LILLY B< f?ro b ginning I.It. FIREY's treatment i Was ALWAYS Troubled with severe colds in THIS bead AT tdk LEAST CHANG 10 OF THIS weather, and tuv left nostril was nlniost closed up en that I could hot breathe through It and was iiomi ? ! to breathe through my mouth. My breath was very had and my njipi tile and my Sic ii very Irregular. I WAS CONSTANTLY HAWKING AND spit? TING UP A HARD mucus Wlll' il \v< I LD almost CHOKE mk TO GET IT BP. After a few month:! tretitinent bv I>B. PI BEY i feel I lie another man. THE COLDS IIAVIS EN'I ILI'.LY LEFT ME and I CAN BREATHE AS ER IS ELY AS ANYONE. SLEEP SOI'xdly. HAVE A GOOD appetite; AND MY THROAT CLEAR OP ALI, mucus; i certainly appreciate highly the, good work Dr. Bircy has done lor tc V/M. BAl.'N, 717 Clifford street, l'i r i lull, Employed at >;avy-yard. hap) OFFICES No 1 ANT) No 7.11 main street. opposite commer? cial place. norfolk. va. hours : 310 12130 A, I., 2to 6 P. M, SUNDAYS: li A. !?!. to 1 P. H. tuesday night and thursday night 7:30 p. M. to S p. m. specialties: catarrh and all diseases of the eye. ear; nose, 'i (at and stomach. Consultation Always Fvzz' Medicines Free to Patients! Terms Very Moderate? ~GUB KEW STSFiES." 61 and 63 NEW MARKET PLACE. Tidal Wave Fl ur, every barrel guaran? teed, M.23. Sinall i: i'ts. CS -. Best i'uro Leaf Lard. "e. Fox River Butter, Westphalia I in ins. i |c. Rest Baltimore Hams, 1no. All goo.!.-, delivered promptly. We have put c-n extra wagon. Give US a call in our new store. ' ! _ VIRGINIA GROCERY GO., D. PENDER, Manager' I BOTH phones. Qnl t.lv rel'evcs and permanently cites r.il Nerybus Tiottblci. Headache. Dy.lner?lii t-V re.ii.- Co -i -io ,-s. Mnlarht jh;d . caseot Iginitlne in, 61 ?? ggravRUd I ya ' w -\. . weakened condition ? f n.?- Nkkvous Stsiim rirasuiil, bjlf, and always efficacious. $1.00 fUlt SUHLE, Al ALL 0[lLoCI3^S.? THE Joseph Brown sroR/~. Corsets That Fit are an indispensible adjunct of perfect fitting appparel. Handling, as we do, leading brands, you will doubtless find a shape adapted to your par? ticular form. Please note these: True Fit Made by Thompson's Glove Fitting people. 50c. Vigilant. An old-time favorite, by R. & G. Corset Co. In jeans and net?otherwise tfte-year-round or Summer article. 50. 687. One of tlie W. B. produc? tions. 50c. P. z. On By another well known maker. 50. ^0 C. A nursing corset of cjood materials. 50. R. &, G. E2L R. & G. 366. W. B. 362, Extra long, medium and Short waist. Each an expo? nent of low-priced goodness. 75. Thompson's Glove-Fitting R. &G. 803, 121 ei'./ i 3 ?J 7, R. <&G. 786, W. B. 664, W. B. 443, W. B, 403, <0. B. 900, F. P. 243, Thompson's Glove-fi I tin?;, extra long waists, White, Black and Drab; R. & G. 101, extra long waists in Black and VVliite; 397 shorl waist. White and Black; 716 a medium long, \\ hite only; 664 extra long waisi, White;443 short waist, \\ hite only. 401, a Drab nurs? ing; 900 extra long waist, White and Black: 249, in cer? tain sizes only. Thompson's 4-1 look Ventilating, Paris shap., short hip. Any ol these are even dol Jaj; (,51.00) and each a repre? sentative of corset wisdom, and sturdy wearableness. Warner's Health, W, S, 277, both long waists, White. < iood in every 'sense. ,51.25. R. &G. 608, C. B. (50, both extra long waists. R. & G. White and' Black. C. B. White only. 51.50. 5V! a za reih Waists for Women and Children. Elastic, easy, serviceable. 1.00 for the first, 25 for the second. From These you'll most probably find something to please. We'll thank you for the opportunity of showing and will be more than pleased to do so to-day. Hosiery fc?ews will follow in detail at a later date. Suffice it to say, that this is an abiding place of pro? per kinds?right sorts. Our Si.00 GS ovo. is a prime Lambskin. Light, smooth, and satisfactory. [ Josepti Brown, 220 Plain St.