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COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People, DIGESTED BY W- B. MARTIN, (Exclusively- for Virginian-Pilot.) WHITBLAW'S ADMR. V. WHITE LAW'S ADMR. Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia, February 2, 1S09. UPON A TRIAL AS TO THE VALIDI? TY OF A WILL, WHERE IT MUST EITHER STAND OR FALL AS A WHOLE, THE ADMISSIONS OF ONE LEGATEE TENDING TO IM? PEACH IT MUST AFFECT THE OTHER LEGATEES, AND ARB NOT ADMISSIBLE IN EVIDENCE. This was a suit to de termine whether a certain paper was the will of Mrs. Mary Whltelaw. It was alleged that the testatrix was mentally Incompetent, and that the will was"obtained by Im? proper Influences. There were excep? tions to the admission of certain evi? dence on the ground that some of It wits as to collateral facts and other was admissions and not proper evidence. The court says: , The general rule Is that collateral facts are Inadmissible In evidence bo Cause they do not afford ;my reasonable presumption or Inference as to the principle fact or matter In dispute and tend to draw away tho minds of tIn? jury from the points In Issue, excite prejudices, and mislead the Jury. There Is nothing in this case to take It out of the general rule, anil the evidence ought to have beon excluded. The ques? tion presented by the second bill of ex? ceptions lr, whether ir.mn an Issue of devlsavlt vel nm the legatee or devisee Who is attacltlng the validity of the w11 Lc".n_-ltitri'duce In rv'.iler.ee tiy> nd mlsslonr. of nnolher legatee or devisee, tending to Imreach It where there are other h-tateeu or> devisees Interested in sustaining the will. This question has never been passed Upon by this court in any reported case. The fact that two or more persons have a common interest in the samel subject matter docs net entitle them to make admissions respecting it as Kg?lllflt each other, and where each claims Independently of the other, though under a common Instrument, neither tip' words nor the acts of onel can bind the nthen In a case like this.) where the validity of tin whole will Is attacked, and in which it must elthci stand or fall as a wild', the admls slons of Mrs. Yager tending to show a want of mental capacity in the testa? trix or the use of Improper Influence in tbi- execution of the will must ne? cessarily affect her daughters (who are attempting to sustain the will) as well as herself. The only way, therefore, by which they can be protected from the in'luence of s'<ch admissions for which tiioy are In no wise responsible. Is by excluding them from the Jury, and by allowing the party nttncklng the will to introduce such evidence only as is competent against all the parties seek? ing to establish its validity. This seems to US to be the correct | rule In principle, and whilst the de? cisions of the cottrlfl of the Str which have passed upon the question are conflicting, tho weight of authority nnd the better reason is, in nur opin? ion. In favor of the rule as laid down! above. Reversed. SIT ARPE V. LOANE. Supreme Court of North Carolina, February 21. 1S03. AN INJUCTION DOES NOT LIE TO I RESTRAIN A SOLVENT PERSON | FROM CUTTING TIMBER ON LANDS, SINCE THAT IS NOT AN IRREPARABLE INJ TRY. BEDDARD V. HARRINGTON. Stipieme Court of North Carolina, February 28, ISfii). LANDS DEVISED TO TESTATiW*-l WIFE DURING LIFE OR WIDOW? HOOD. AND AT HER DEATH TO; ANOTHER, PASS, IN CASE OF| II ER REMARRIAGE, TO TESTA? TOR'S HEIRS UNTIL HIS WIFE DIES, AND THEN TO THE OTHER. This was an action of ejectment. There was a Judgment for plaintiffs nnd defendants appealed. The facts are shown by the opinion of the Court. Tin- court says: The devise to the wife "during her natural life or widowhood," by the set? tled rules of construction, was determ? ined either upon her death or re-mar A HAPPY HOY. The Good Fortune Which Itefrli John Taylor-Ho? I: itiin Obtained. John Taylor, the 12-year-old son of Mrs O. Taylor, lift O-.bbs avenue Norfolk Va ' is to-day one of the happiest of boy's He lias good reason to be, for as one g?G9 him dashing through tho streets on his bicycle, a bright, winsome boy, It |s hard to believe that a few months ago he was a hopeless Inva valld threat? ened with im? mediate death. The success? ful met hod which was used marks a step In medical sci? ence. Mrs. Tay? lor In speaking of it, s?ys: ^ "John a 1- Mi ways wiw dell- (.. Icate. having trouble with his heart and lungs. His condition was such that when he attended school, the air in the school room affected him, consequctnly 1 taught him at home. " Ills condition has br-cn a constant care and anxiety. I could not get his life Insured as no company would take the risk. We traveled for the benefit of his health, but It was useless. It was awful to heir him talk, as his voice sounded so hollow. " We f>rmerly lived in Washington D. C. and three specialists said "he had no constitution and could not live through Octobar. and any overdue excitement or Intense hot weather meant sudden death. He neded constant care and proper nour? ishments.' " Bvsrythlng possible was done, but he did not get any better. About eight months ago I was advised to ?Ivo Browns' Iron Bitters to John, which I did. " He was benefltted at once. After us? ing three bottles he was so much im? proved Jhat he went to work, and is now doing well. He has had no modicln* or doctor since, nnd our admiration for Browns' Iron Bitters is unbounded." Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROVAI OAKINQ FCWDE1 C3., HEW YOHK. rlago. otherwise the words "or widow? hood" would be meaningless. The widow, having re-married, cannot maintain the notion to recover posses? sion. The devise to the granddaughter, the defendant, "after the death of my said wife," cannot take effect till that event; but that cannot avail the plain? tiff, who must recover on the strength of her own title, not upon defects li? thai of the defendant. If there is n<. provision in the will (the whole of which is not before us) devising the realty after re-marriage of the widow until the devise to the granddaughter Is to t.ik--. efTlcet,?1. e. at death of the widow,?the realty would go to the heirs at law of the devisor for such In? terval, and the granddaughter would be entitled in that capacity as sole heir, unless there were others, in which event she would bo tenant In common till the death of the widow, when she WOUld become sole owner under the terms of the devise. In any aspect, the plaintiff Is not entitled to recover, and upon the case agreed judgment should he entered in favor of the defendant. Reversed. u?n or aii. To cleanse the system In a gentle and truly beneficial manner, when the Springtime comes, use the true and per? fect remedy, Syrup of Figs. Buy the genuine. Manufactured by the Califor? nia Pig Syrup Co. only .and for sale by all druggists, at r.O cents per bot? tle. Absolutely fast colors! Stripes across the bosom. Wleson Bros.'S Shirts for $1. Ktldiilphi-&Hvvfdhtcp, 333 Main street. Columbia Bock, special browing of; consumers" Brewing Co.. of Rosslyn, Va.. will be on sale Saturday, April 1st. ? AMDSBBBuTS. "EL CAPITA*?." Sousa'o "El Capltan" was presented twice at the Acadcniy of Music yes? terday, matinee and night, t-> good business. The many admirers "f I >e Wolf Hopper, who created the role, missed his individuality, yet the inter I relation of Mr. Edward Eaglet? :i was In every way clever and eminently satisfactory, and his line work was duly appreciated. The caste as a whole was well balanced and in the hands of competent people. Miss Michelana, the prlmn donna soprano, has .-- line video of rare com? pass and bet* rendition of Isabel was I enthusiastically received. Mr. Wllks, whose face and form are familiar as the much-abused and long-suffering chamberlain; Mr. Knight as Count Verndo; Miss Rosa, as Princess Mar ghanzo, and Miss Miller, as Taclturnez, .bserve special mention. The chorus was composed of good voices, and the notion was smooth and picturesque. The '-?age settings and costumes were elaborate and evidenced a careful at? tention to detail. LILLIAN RUSSELL. Next Saturday night Lillian Russell, Edna Wallace-Hopper and Thomas Q. Scabrookc and a largo company will present "I.a Melle Helene" at the Acad? emy of Music. Manager Lodner states that the Helene of Hortense Schneider and that of Miss Russell are not to be regarded from the same view DOltlt. Lillian Russell's stage work is always rigidly correct, showing more interest in the vocal score than In the text, perhaps, but always scrupuously ac? curate in action and expression. She depicts Helene ?> queen In deportment, which was not altogether the Schnei? der habit, hence there are no apologies to be made for the performance. That this rodinnt Helene is no turtle-dove, Paris soon discovers while discoursing ud? his love M'^e Wallace, too, Ins | carefully refrained from infringing on the lln*S <??!' good taste and propriety, in spite of nil temptations to be a t'ifle French. Her pas soul in the last act Is daintily executed. Mr- Thomas Q. Seabrookc, the comedian of Mana? ger Loderer's company, gives n decid? edly un-do-date idea of Jupiter's old time augur. Seats now selling. W. 11. CRANE. That exceedingly popular actor. Wil? liam H. <"ranc. is to be seen at the Academy of .Music next Tuesday night. Mr. Crane's engagement is for two nights, and while here he will be seen in two of his most successful comedies. The first of these is "A Virginia Court? ship" ami the recommendations that it brings with it tire many. The play was given in New York last season, and during the ten weeks it claimed atten? tion there its receipts amounted to over $100.000. The play is described as a costume comedy and the period of its action is the early portion of the cen? tury. The second play. "The Head of the Family." Is a modern comedy and is fresh from a highly successful run in New York. Its characters are capitally drawn and in it Mr. Crane Is seen to great advantage. The New York critics were unanimous in praise of the work, and id' Mr. Crane's delineation in It of an old professor, whose wife rules him rind her household with tin Iron hand. "A Virginia Courtship" will be given on Tuesday and "The Head of the Family" on Wednesday- Both plays will be handsomely staged. Sale of seats com? mences to-morrow morning. THE PHILIPPINES RY A FILIPINO*! Ramon Reyes Lain, the native Fili? pino who lectures in the Lyceum course next Monday, April 8rd, with stcreopti ccn accessories, will by his mere pres? ence, show an American audience that our conception of the country's new possession in the East has been decid? edly Inadequate. Mr. Lala is highly educated, speaks English with case and grace, is 5 feet, 11 inches tall, Js of light olive complexion, and is an accomplish? ed musleian. Rut for the color of his skin one would take him for a scholar? ly and retlned European or American. He Is really a cultured cosmopolitan, having lived In nearly all the great cities of Europe. His home Is Manila, but ho was driven away several years ago on account of his fearless protests against Spanish oppression, whereupon he repaired to our own shores and be? came an American citizen. He knows what he talks about, and knows how to talk about it. Outsiders may get tick? ets at the Academy box office. PUBLICATIONS RECEIVE?, "SELF CULTURE" tor April sup-j pli<>s magazine readers with Interesting articles on timely and Important topics from the pens of notable writers. The contents of the new issue include, among other Instructive reading, thoughtful papers on subjects of na? tional import. Of these the following will be found well worth perusal: "The Newer Citizenship." by Henry Da vies, I'h. D.; "Municipal Misrule: Its Causes and Remedies." by Prof. P. Spencer Baldwin, and "Constitutional Government Imperilled." by Edwin Burritt Smith; also a Bccond install? ment of the paper on "The German Army and Its Organisation," and an in? teresting article, entitled "On Hoard a, Man-of-Wnr." For sale by nil news dealers. Price, $1.00 per annum. Pub? lished by the Self Culture Magazine, Akron. O. "SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE" 'for April has a beautiful cover, and the good impression one gets from Its ex? terior appearance is not in the least di? minished by the contents of Its In? terior. Tho first number in the table of contents is "A Lover of Music," a pa? thetic story, telling the life of a quaint German character. The first Install? ment of what promises to bo a very in? teresting story. "The Shirt of Stars." by o. T. Quiller-Couch, Is also pub-| llshed. Another Interesting paper by Colonel Roosevelt, telling of the Rough Riders at Santiago, is well illustrated by Frederick Remington. "A Winter Journey to ; he Klondyke" Is also a very taking article, relating, as it does, the realities of a journey across the frozen regions of Alaska and over the re? nowned Chllcoot Pass. It is accom? panied by many photographic illustra? tions, which serve well lo five the readers an Idea of the place. Publish? ed by Chas. Scribncr*s Sons. New York. Price. 2.*> cents. Rood's Barsaparllla never d'sappolnta it may be taken f r impure nnd Impover? ished Mot <i with perfect confidence that iL will cure. \orlolk SpwI, ^tif Comnttny. Gentlemen:?We are now lighting our store on .New Market S.pi with the "New Light System," and find it very satisfactory, giving n steady, brilliant light, which 's safe, easily managed, and economical, a hotter light than gas or electricity, at about one-fourth the cost. DUNCAN BROS., Norfolk, Vn? March 30. ml>31-r,t 1,'one lo Ktnnd lixnmlniilloii. Or. Van Telburg Hoffman, assistant United States Marine Hospital Surgeon, has gone to Wilmington, N. C, to stand examination for the position of District Surgeon with the Atlantic Coast Line. Dr. Hoffman has been connected with the Marine Hospital Service here, and was accommodating and agreeable. Ruby ?'nrrlnge?. Just received, a fine assortment of Hcywoods; prices from $S to $40. rash or credit. Williamson & Sykes, 503 and ?C? Church street, near Queen. fc2.1-lf. Oxford Mixtures. In herring bone nnd plain effects. Some of the late arrivals. Rudolphl & Wallace, 333 Main street. Another Ailievlllo (taillier Cnnvleied (By Telecmph to Virginian-Pilot.) Raleigh, N. C. March "0 ?A special to the News and Observer from Ashe ville, N. C. says: The Jury In the Plekerson case, after being out less than an hour to-day. re? turned a verdict of guilty. Jurge Pur nell sentenced the prisoner to ten years in the penitentiary. Dickerson took an app.'al, giving bond for SeO.oOO. A dispatch from Fall River. R. I.. Is to the effect that a syndicate of capi? talists in thnt city has determined to erect a new cotton mill at Warron, near Fall River, which will cost $0C0. 000. THEY RIDICULE IT. 'iini.v E'cople Ridicule 1 In Idea of an Absoluta Cure for Djr?|tei?slN nnil Stoinnch troubles. Ridicule, However, In not Arcrnmen 1, nucl t'nrlx ore Nlilbborn Thlnc?. Stomach troubles are so common and In most cases, so obslin&te bo cure that peo? ple are apt to look with suspicion on any remedy claiming to be a radical perma? nent euro for dyspepsia and Ind'.gestlon. Many such pride themselves on their acuteness In never being humbugged, es? pecially in medicines. This fear of being humbugged can be carried to; far. so far, in fact, that many people suffer for years with weak diges? tion rather than risk a little time and money in faithfully testtag tho claims made of a preparation so reliable and universally used as Stuart's Dyspepsia To idets Now Stuart's Pyspepsla Tablets are vastiv different in ono lm|?ortant respect frxm" ordinary proprietary medicine* for the reason that they are not a secret patent medicine, no secret is made, of their Ingredients, but analysis shows them to vontaln the natural digestive frrmcias, pure aseptic pepsin, tho digestive acids, Calden Seal, bismuth, hydrastis nnd mix. Thoy are not cathartic, neither do they act powerfully on ony organ, but they cure 'ndlgentlon cxi the common sense plan of digesting the food eaten thoroughly before It has time to ferment, sour and cause the mischief. This is the. only se? cret of their success. Cathartic, pills never have n.nd nevei can euro indigestion and Stomach troubles liecause they act entirely en the bowels, whereas tho whole trouble Is really '.n the stomach. ?Auurt's Dyspepsia Tablets taken after im als d'.g.srt tho fcod. That is all there is to it. Food not digested or half di? gested is poison as it creates g.-.s, actdit>. headaches, palpitation of the heart, bfis of flesh and appetite and many other irouhpn wh eh are often called by some other name. They are sold by druggists everywhere at 60 cents per package. Address F. A. Stuart Co., Marshall. Mich., for little book on ewrnach diseases, sent free. 1 xah29.31.apl2, BR?MBLETON WARD Meeting of the Local Board of Improvement, IteportN From Hip Mt?-?-ct ('?tnmlilct auu Snnitnry onieer?Proposition iioii street nrltl?? Driving rattle Ttirouirb Mrrci?. The Local Hoard of Improvement of Brambleton Ward met In regular ses? sion last night with President Jones in the chair and all the members pres? ent. The Street Committee submitted Us report on the temporary Improvements to the streets. It suggested that it was advisable to place as few shells on the avenues as possible until after the sew? er pipes have been laid. The material for curbing and guttering the cast end of Lovltt avenue has arrived and the werk will be finished without delay Progress was also reported on East Brown and Water avenue, between Wllb ughby avenue The report of the sanitary officer called attention to certain needed sun? dry improvements. The School Committee was author? ized to abate certain nuisances on the i remises of schools Nos. l and -. A complaint from Mr. J. A. WTnslow of the unsanitary condition of the east Side of South Hark avenue was referred | to the Street Committee. The ordinances passed by the City Councils In regard to improvements on Esst Brambleton avenue and Queen street, and prohibiting fast driving and the movement of cattle over Holt and Racefleld bridges, were read and placed on flic. A communication from Mr. II. S Greene offering to replace dead trees! with new ones in front of the two school; houses, at *& oen:s. c.-i. h was referred to the School Committee. A petition from Mr. C. R. Mackem mle, requesting the board to close that portion of Lovltt avenue, as shown on the old maps Of Lovltt avenue extended, to Lake Mahone, was placed In Un? hands of the Street Committee for re-1 port at the next meeting. A communication from the Virginia Electric Light Co. in regard to the light on Molt Street bridge, was turned over to the Committee ou Lights, to be ad? justed. Several communication from Gill &-\ Co., the sewer contractors, stating that; they would soon begin the work, were read and filed. A committee of two, consisting of Messrs. Garb and Sterling, was appoint? ed to confer with the city authorities as to the proper regulation and main? tenance of Holt street bridge, and to confer with the Councils, If necessary, without farther reference to the board. The following resolution -was offered by Mr. Hold: That the City Councils create a com mlttcc to confer with a like committee from this board for the purpose of making the repairs necessary to place the Holt street bridge In ?n safe condi? tion for the passage of all classes of Vehicles. Adopted. Messrs. Punting, Reld and Spann were appointed to Investigate ami re? port on the most feasible method of j paving Park and Brambleton avenue A resolution was adopted requesting I Superintendent Smith, of the v. works, to furnish the board an est!-! mate of the cost of placing such water! pipes and lire plugs as may be ncces snry for the operation of sewerage in the ward. The- secretary was Instructed to ad? dress a communication to each mem? ber of the Common Council, requesting him to attend the next meeting of that body and vole upon matters of expe? diency in the interest of ward Improve? ments. The secretary was Instructed to write to the keepers of stock yards and re? quest them not to drive their cattle through streets on which schoolhousea are. as the practice endangers the lives of the children, and that they send a sufficient number of men with them to keep them under control. All properly approved bills were al? lowed. BRIEF MENTION. The "Basket Party" given at the1 home of Miss Lucille Sanderlln, on North Maltby avenue, last night was a complete success and the many pleas? ing features [.resented made the even? ing one of unalloyed pleasure. The concert nnd literary entertain? ment at Kirn Hall last night was an exceptionally tine affair and the large audience manifested Its appreciation by unstinted applause. The Montlcello Social Club will be entertained in handsome style at the residence of Miss Lula Wiiklns, en Fer? guson avenue, next Monday night. ooo -c-?*>?/> o<r>o <?.<r>o o*?? I marvelous ig Iis Effects. NOT A DYE, Rev. A. A. James, pastor of the a Presbyterian Church at Jones- a $ But Restores Life to the Hair, | I and Removes Dandruff, ? ? I a I i cm1 v iti i.ui v^iunm .u Junes- . ? ville, S. C, says: ? "It is far superior to anything of the kind" 1 have ever seen." The highest testimonials of its *y merits are given. t) ?> All Druggists. PRICE $1.00. ? ? Send for circulars. b $ - $ *X A NTH IN El GO I RICHMOND, VA. | ooo ooo oo<** Jill. ri-uv i> fat ?onorrii .; 1 ?S prrualerr ha \si \i tlt't, i . , C?tu?>l \J ca.it?<.?#. >r ?::>? lotlut.. ioi w WUIMC lies, irritation ..r ... 'loa .( muco nil ni HtEvMSCHiHitUtOc. bras** Nos-mtrloffi COTTON MILL TRUST. ENGLISH SYNDICATE PLANNING TO CONTROL OUTPUT. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Taunton. Mas?.. March 30.?A special to the Evening N?ws from New Ued ford says that offo-ts are being made by representatives of an Knglls'i syn? dicate to combine all of the cotton yar.i mills In the Unite 1 States, it is said that as a result of the financial trou? bles of tho New Bedford mills and other yarn mills during the past few years, efforts wer-1 mr.de to interest English capital with n view to form? ing a syndicate to control the entire cotton yarn industry. Tho capitalists who were approached declared that they were willing to take up the mat? ter if control of all o! the mills could be secured, otherwise they would r.ot care to undertake the formation of a syndicate. it is authoritatively stnt?d that the treasurers of some of the New Delford nnd Fall River mills have been in con? sultation with the leading stockhold? ers as to tho advisability of going Into the proposed syndicate, and on that basis, if the deal is consummated it is estimated that n capital of over $100, ooo,ooo will bo necessary to form the combination. A GOOD THING. It Is not often that the opportunity Of consulting a highly skilful and wide? ly experienced physician free Is offered to the public. When such an offer Is trade It should be taken advantage Of. Dr. Greene. 3? West 14th St.. New York City, the noted physician who above alt others Is successful In curing dis? eases, can be consulted by those need? ing medical aid by letter, free. If you are weak and suffering. If your vigor Is lost, your vitality gone, write to Dr. Greene and ge: his advice. Your let? ter will be your first step towards a cure. Dr. Greene can cure you as he has cured thousands of others. Do not put off, but write tto Dr. Greene at once. Lawrence & Walton Coat strictly tailor fash Suits, toiling, from the choicest Cloths, Ve? netian Serges and Scoth A\ix tures, a Navy or Black Serge, Silk-lined Skirt and Jacket, is good value at $86.50 Crepons. An assortment of patterns and de? signs wondrous to behold. The popular demand is for the $1-50 number Silks. One of the busiest counters in the store. Nearly always crowded with eager buyers. The ones mostly called for? the ones mostly sold?are the ones. Don't the new ones. Forget Those with the The draw string through Ribbons, the side ? through the middle, through both sides. The newest trim? ming material. Lawrence Melton ?ift Main Street ?DEALER IN? Hardware, Cutlers, &c. 109 COfAMERClfiL PLACE1, Keep op. hand ;i complete stock of the above from ihe best manufacturers in tlic country. An examination of stock and prices invited. Germania Hall NOW OPENED. Hot Lunch Served from 11 a- m. to p. in., and Irom 6:30 to 10 p. m. CbolcB Wines, Liquors and Cigars. OTTO SANDMANN, 207 CHURCH STREE f. lAPPl?ESS VS. MISERY; Dr. Charcot'n Ter.le Tablets, :'.e fireal Parisian remedy, ;> a K>Miai.;ce,l i ore tu: the I'link Habit; also nervousness ana melancholy caused by over indulgence. IT DBSTBOTS THE APPKT1TE FOR ALCOHOLIC and n.l intoxicating Hever. ases. nnd leave* man as ha should be. It can be administered itl'.hout the kaewl. edge of the patient wher-i necessary. Send for pamphlet. WALKE, MARTIN & GRAY. Sol? Ajtri-ts corner Water street and tloanoke ?.venue. Norfolk. Va. mria-tu. fr "DENSMORE" and YOST TYPL WRITERS, Speci.il Agents, THE HUME-niNOR CO., 240 MAIN STRF.iLT. r. boss, Salesman. Repairing a specialty. uih26-eodtw At in] r I will guarantee that my Kidney Cure ?will cure 00 per cent, of all forms o.' kidney eomplalot and In many Instance* the west etrlous forms of BrlgLt's disease. If the disease Is com? plicated send s four ounce vial of urine. We will analyze It and advise yoa free what to do. ? MCNTOK. ?n dnijstits, ZSc. a ?lal. Guta? to nealth 'Vnl s0<r!ca freo. JS05 Arch at., l'hlla. WHAT YOU CAN FIND ?AT? L. H. WHITEHURST'S. No. 336 Main Street. A beautiful line of the newest styles and make up in Skirts jLst from the manufacturers, from $1.50 to $12.00. Another lot of those Crepons, 59c., 75c, $1.00. $1.49 and up to $4.00 the yard. Silk Waist Patterns by the hun? dred, in Stripes, Plaids and Satin Liberty. No two patterns alike. New Kid Gloves in Black, in White and all the Easter Shades. L H. WH1TEHURST, No 336 Main Street New phone $57. THE MONIICELLO CORNER. SPECIAL! THURSDAY and FRIDAY Great Remnant Sale. Table Linens, 75c. qualities, One lot of Silks, black ground, with woven colors of dots and figures, 85c. quality, THE Joseph Brown STORE. We Invite __nn inspection of_jour_dollar Glove. It's such a thing as we rec? ommend at $1.00. I Not as good as our $1.?0 goods?wouldn't it be foolish to claim that??but an unsur? passable glove for the price. Good Opinion entertained by the buying public and expressed in our favor, can but gratify. Purchasers frequently state that Brown's Wash Goods are the most select hereabouts. Personal effort to accomplish that end has been steadily strong. They say?success? ful. Suppose you view the Dimities, Batistes, Organdies, Percales, Piques, Cheviots, Ginghams, Swisses, and the other ihip.gs which contribute to bountiful comprehensive? ness. Corsets. Standard goods at your dis? posal. A showing in the little window points to a probable tit?in both form and purse. Jos;pti Bfovn. 228 plain St. IRWINS EXPRESS CO., 2l8Water St., Phan3 6.Elthar Phona We haul anything to and frjrn any. where in the three cities. Special facilities (or haultnK S.ites, Boiler?, Furniture and Pianos. Lota niled sod OIUuk waultl