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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE FIVE AND SIX.
? " ? 1 -?_,_,?* WANTED. HANDS 'WANTEID. ? CAPABLE TO alter suits and skirts; call early UB.VJ. LOWIENBBRG. 34 G-ranby street. nplZ-tf_ PABTNER WANTED. ? GBWTLE roan or business lady. In retail cash business paying net profit from >1G0 to $220 per month, or would sell. Address "CASH." V-lrglnian-Pllot office. apll-3t CTT ANTED. ? A PLACE AS CLERK V" In a retail grocery store: best of references. Address J. S. H., V4rgr!nlan Pllot office. _apl>3t? ANTED. ? GOOD COOK TO TAKE charge lunch counter. Apply In per? son. J. B. LEANOAIID, Hampton, Va. It*_ WANTED. ? BUSHBLMAN FOR general work. Apply at once at NDW YORK CLOTHING CO., 214 High street, Portsmouth. apll-3t YOUNG LADY WANTED TO ASSIST In Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlors. ADDly MME. GATES, 35S Main street, over 5 and 10-cent store. apll-3t "Til AMTLY OF THREE WANT FOUR !? Rooms, or ?will rent part of house, with reliable party. "A.," Vlrglnian-Pl lot._ _ap9-3t?. WANTED?A REGISTERiED PHAR maclst; must bo sober and Indus? trious. Address P. O. Box 74, city. np9-3t?_ ?\TT ANTED ? THREE OR FOUR W Rooms, suitable for light house? keeping, west of Rank street. Address "ROOMS," this office. au9-3t WANTED?A YOUNG LADY CLERK at LANGBALLE'S. Call after 10 a. m. 2S0 CHURCH ST._qp9-3t WANTED. ? 1000 MEN TO PUR chftso our special $1.60 Derby, equal to $2.50 hat sold by others. T. L STRAW HAND & CO., 331 Main street, Stevens' Old Stand. rnhM-tf HELP WA NT ED - - M ALE. RELIABLE MAN TO HANDLE agents for Telephone Tablets and Sueclalt:es. Pays $5,000 a year. Inclose stamp. VICTORY MFG. CO.. Cleveland, Ohio. mhlC.22,29,aDlJ2.19-5t SPECIAL NOTICES. Imperium in Imperio. A novel, by Sutten E. Grlggs,' of Berk? ley, Va. A sociological study of the Negro race ploblcm by one of that race, interestingly written and instructive. Sold at all bookstores. (1 clothbound. mhl9-lm MADAM ELRADO THE CELEB'RA tcd Palmist, will read the lines of your hand for twenty-five cents. Don't fall to seo her. 350 Main street, apll-lw* TO LADIES. ? SHAMPOOING THIS week with Golden Bark Hair Wash, 85c. end 50c. MME. GATES' Hair Dress? ing and Shampooing Parlors, 358 Main street, over 10-cent store. ap6-lw? DOCTORS, HEALERS, OSTEOPATHS or other Specialists, skillful gradu? ated home. Box 196, Chicago. ap4-lm MADAM SNELL NEWMAN THE Renowned Clairvoyant and Business Medium, can bo consulted at her parlors on all life matters: her tests are wonder? ful. 343 CHURCH STREET, opposite Freemason. mh30-tf f ADIE3 NEEDING TREATMENT JLi for Irregularities, Leucorrhoca or any other Ovarian Troubles consult DR. JACKSON. 112 W. Mulberry street, Bal? timore, Ma. Private sanitarium; trained nurses. ATTORNEYS, ATTENTION I The SEABOARD FIRE INSURANCE CO, represents the AMERICAN BOND? ING AND TRUST CO., of Raltimore. Court bonds Issued promptly. Phones 258 Ofllce 211 Main. mhlO-eod THE WONDERS OF HYPNOTISM sent free; gives tho key to all Beeret power; richly Illustrated by twenty-seven superb photo-engravings; anybody can lea-rn and exert a magic, lnlluonco over others; euro diseases and bad habits; give the finest parlor entertainment ever wit? nessed; write to-day; encls>so stamp. NA? TIONAL PUBLISHING CO., Dept. 12, Elwood Building, Rochester. N. Y. ap3-su,we-4w LADIES' HAIR GOODS. ? MME. GATES Invites ladles to Inspect her large 6tock of Braids, Bangs, Front Pieces nnd Pompadour Puffs &c, all the S?test fashions from New York, London and Paris, which sho Is selling at greatly reduced prices for tho next 10 days. Re? liable hair work of every description. New Hair Dressing Parlors, 358 Main street, over 10-cent store, Norfolk. apll-lw? IGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR all kinds of Household Goods, Office. Furniture a specialty. Entire stocks bought. Address D. NOTES & CO., 91 Commercial Place. apll-lm QfJ^ 000 TO LEND ON THE *Z>A*J*\JKr\J Building and Loan Association plan. W. H. SARGEANT Jr Room 34, Lowenberg Bldg. mhl2-im?" AWOR.D TO LADIES ABOUT Golden Bark Hair Wash.?Its use will cleanse tho scalp from dandruff, will make tho hair curly, giving it that beau? tiful soft shade and fluffy appearance so muoh desired by ladles, it's an English preparation nnd Is guaranteed. To in? troduce It. for 10 days I will sell EOe bot? tles half prlco for 2T?e. MME. GATES' Hair Parlors, 358 Main street, Norfolk ever 10-cent store. npC-lw* ' MONEY TO I'OAN IN ANY iuuuxix amounts; no delay easiest terms. LEO JUDSON, Academy of Music building._ marl-tf MONEY READY. ? NO WAITING^ QUICK LOANS ON HOU8HOL? FURNITURE. WHILE IN USE Mort? gages and other securities; liberal ad? vances on salaries, rents annuities es? tates and permanent Incomes Interviews strictly private, nnd nil transactions rlc idly confidential. NORFOLK MORT GAGE AND LOAN CO W H Hof" heimcr. new No. 358 Main'street Moritz Office Building, suite 5 and 6. mor>? Mo. k? and Kouiln. MOTTU, do WITT & CO.. 31 Granby at Stocks and bonds. Southern Investments Correspondence solicited. IAniKRt ChfchN"cr'8 English Pennyroyal Pili? MiumondJDrmad). qrs tho (tont. s?f?. a.H?Ht. tol7?litfi2.15?Si? Roturp Mall, m Drank*! Chlchpiier ChemlcuTCo.. PliUada., p?. NIGHT ScIh??L^ At the SOUTHERN SHORTHAND AND BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Monday, Wed? nesday and Friday nights. Our Night School la especially designed for those who are engaged during the day. in? struction largely Individual. Terms rea? sonable. For further Information call at tho University, or address J. if. RESSLER, President. Phono 410. ralUG AGENTS WANTED. WANTEfD. ? AGENT TO REPRE sent us in Norfolk and Portsmouth to sell the family trade; small cash capl >tal for supplies or good reference. Call room 33 Gladstone Hotel between, 12 and 2 o'clock Wednesday._It* WANTED?SALESMEN AND Col? lectors to work In the cltr and country. Apply to the SINGER MANU? FACTURING CO.. 2S9 and 291 Church at.. Norfolk Va., or 407 Court street. Ports? mouth^^_ Ju8?3taw tt M\N OR LADY TO TRAVEL AND appoint agents. Established firm. $60 per month and all expenses to 6tart. MFR., Box S9S. Philadelphia, Pa. mh22-we.sa.su toapl9,myl7toJuH BOARDERSi_ BOARDERS WANTED?TWO NICE young men con secure board tn strictly privato family at 77 Falkland 6treet. Address MRS. S._ap3-3t* HE HOME.?EVERYTHING NEW and clean, table board $3.00; board and room $-1.00 per week, 4111 and 123 Church street. LEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS, with or without board, at 211 Church street opposite St. Paul's Church. mhlS-tf _ FOR RENT. FOR RENT. ? FOR THE SUMMER months, well furnished house In Ghent. For terms, etc., address "GHENT," car? Vlrginlan-Pilot. ap5-tf IJ1 OR RENT.?LIVERY STABLES, No. ? 65 Union street, corner Church street. A desirable place for livery or sale stables. W. R. FENTKESS & SON. 18 Bank street._ mh22-lm FOR SALE. ?tlantTcTclty lots. Desirably located, for sale at bargain prices and on the most Bavorble terms. MONEY TO LOAN?In any amount, and on easy Installment payments. D. J. TURNER & CO., apll-lw 70 Plume street. FOR SALE?TWO POOL TABLES TO sell; in good condition; $60 each. Ad? dress 507 EAST P.RAMBLETON AVE., city. apl2-2t? IflOR SALE?KNABE PIANO, J1G5.00; ' beautifully carved rosewood case; as good as new; tone and action very fine. STEIFF WAREROOMS, Montlcello Ho? tel, Granby street. OR SALE?KNABE AND GAEHLE Piano. $50. This Is a bargain. Call at once. STEIFF WAREROOMS, Gran? by street, Montlcello Hotel. Oll SA^Oi^M?S?N^ & HAMLIN ORGAN, $16.50. This Is a bargain. In good condition. Will sell to make room for new stock. STEIFF WARETtOOMS, Montlcello Hotel, Granby street. FOR SALE?PIANO, $175. SLIGHTLY used Upright Plnno, 3 pedals, rose? wood case, trlplo strung, tono very good; splendid action. Call and sec this piano bargain before buying. STEIFF WARE ROOMS. Montlcello, Granby street. FOR SALE. ? THE BANK SALOON. No 14 Bank street. For particulars and terms apply to LOYALL & TAYLOR, 2S Bank street._felS-tf receiving your package of linen on time ? Is it properly laundered ? Are you treated courteously ? If not, far your own good, you should make a change. If you are consider? ing this matter don't forget the Troy Laundry, h. nixdorfp, Phones 557, 297 Church St. H. E. Owen Grain Co., ? 716 CITIZENS DANK BUILDING, Norfolk, Va. Wholesale Shippers HAY and BRAIN. cobb, bros. & co., BROKERS. 169 MAIN ST.. opposite Atlantic Hotel. Execute orders in cotton, grain, either en margin or buy and sell outright Private wire to New York, Chlcngo and New Orleans. Correspondence solicited. rny27-eod-tf FEEDT FEED T it pays to feed your cattle and horces well. It pays to buy good feed. It Is the cheapest. Wo handle none other. We make special price, on car load lots. Wo carry the largest stock In tho city. W. P. FORD &, CO., _ Ballentlno Arcade. ALBERT ST?HL Practical Decorator WALL PAPER, 253 CHURGH STREET, Oppo. St. Paul's Church. NEW PHONE 679. Jy-9-su-w-fr -MEN'S LADIES' STRAW SAILORS, ifiti.oo ur?. Children's Straws Now Ready. WALTER J."llMMQNS & CO., 341 MAIN STREET. something Good i Best Elgin Butter .22c Smithfleld Hams, small sizes .15c. Best Baltimore Hams .10c. 4 cans Good Milk .2.V. Eagle Brand .16c. 7 pounds Starch for .23c, 10 baj-s Good Soap.26c. Everything in a first-class grocery atorc always on hand. VIRGINIA GROCERY GO.. D. PEN DER, Manager Phones 462. NO JUGGLING WITH WORDS OR FIGURES! HERE ARE FACTS AND REAL VALUES! Every article advertised stands for genuine worth?there isn't a trashy or inferior piece of merchandise in the stock? it must have character and give service, or we wouldn't give it stock room. Our conscientious business policy and guarantee for selling only reliable, trustworthy apparel that will give the full measure of satisfaction, stands at the back of each and every assertion herein contained. We again reiterate the statement that it matters not how cheaply the prices are advertised the grade ..of material is of standard manufacture and represents intrinsically all or more than the selling prices charged. Some of these specials were not gotten without great and persevering effort?none without keen and skillful business strategy?for they are the very best values of their kind, notwithstanding the Phenomenal Bargain Prices we put on them. MEN'S SUITS MEN'S SUITS '8 S?STS NOTHING RE MARKAU I VE ABOUT Vlon's Suits a:t Seven Twenty-live. The voodM ure full of 'em?but. It's different ivhen comparisons are mado?grade of natcrlal, designs, shape, lln'.sh and gen? eral make-up. Take notice of hundreds of :orreotly dressed men In the busy walks >f life, nttlred as neatly and equally us 'ashlonablo as any high cost tailor can >rlng forth,, and the cost Is only Seven Twenty-live In place of twenty-llvo dol ars. Wo don't mean to donvey tho fact hat we aro selling twonty-flvo dollar Wen's Suits for seven twenty-five, but wo lo maintain that these Seven Twenty-flvo 5uits aro made up well, from good, honest voolen fabrics, tailored In our own work? shops, guaranteed thoroughly shrunk, ind In oVery way good, dependable and ibsolutely reliable suits that will give VLL and MORE wearing value than Wild be reasonably expected for the ?)rlco oharged. However, as wo havo hlth ;rto stated, wo aro figuring for a larger >utlet for the output of our manufactur ng headquarters?reaching out fir moro justness?propose doing a still larger irade than heretofore, and arc determined :o niako It an object to every man In this jommunlty to como to this store to d'a h'la '.radlng. Tho Men's Suits on sale at Seven Twenty-llvo are far from tho ordinary run of suits usually sold at or about this irlce and there Is no question about the genuineness of worth ond satisfactory realures of the goods. Early callers ;et tho best pick of patterns ind sizes . ,1 IJ VillH'ITt $7.25 THERE ISN'T A SUIT IN THE EN tlro Nino Twenty-llvo assortment but what any gentleman would consider a handsome, pretty garment, and what's still more, there's not one in the entlro lot but what can bo relied on for excel? lent wear, to say nothing about tho extra tailoring touches and the up-to-date Im? provements applied to them. We assert positively, without hesitation, that these Suits aro Unquestionably better than any goads we've ever placed on our counters for the price, ai:d hardly think It proha bio that we could again procure tho cloth and duplicate at tho same price cost to hake up such suits as these so good and so cheap. Tho rango consists of fancies and staples In Worsteds, Casslmeres. Serges and ChovSjts, made up In Single and Double-breasted Sacks, full lined, half lined, or quarter lined, representing sizes of every sort inside of 42 Inches breast measure. Every man that values money saving and seeks tho best that Is going on an economical basis will surely appreciate tho worth and value that can bo captured hero at Nino Twenty-five: more especially when It Is considered tho cholceness of patterns, quality of fabrics correctness of tailoring, and all round good points of real merit that Is couched In tho make-up of such desirable Spring Suits at tho moderate outlay of only . MEN'S SUITS $9.25 HERE GOES ANOTHER PRO nounced rango of Men's Suit Values at Twelve Fifty. Here are designs that a Cheap John tailor would consider a mar? vel of cheapness at twenty dollars, and tho fellow that will produce them any? thing like as good wouldn't know how to go about for any less than a quarter of a hundred. To match 'em ready-made In their various points of superior manufac? ture Is Just simply out of questJen. This sort of tailoring ingenuity Is the outcomo of tlfty-slx pears of continued manufac? turing experience, making up directly and exclusively for our own stores situated throughout tho Southern markets, and every feature connected with the gar? ments?careful selection of cloths, weights colors, shades, conformity of figures, shape.;, individualities of_ local fashion, are the result of long and careful study, the proof of which is best demonstrated In tho big valuo giving that this Twelve Fifty lino makes It claim. Hercarc correct fitting suits of every sort of desirable ond fashionable designs of Gentlemen's Choice Spring Suits, mnde up In light, medium and dirk efTcots. including an unlimited variety of blacks and blues In rough and smooth weaving*. There's no possible way to go wrung here. The substance of tho matter Is Just simply this?the suit must fit. If it doesn't? you can't havo It . $12.50 IT GOES WITHOUT SATING "TOD" pay your money and tako your choice," Thcro Isn't actually much cholco about selections of tho Fifteen Dollar Suits olaced on saJo this season. Tho fact of tho business bolls Itself down to a basis that they're ALL, CHOICE. There's ac? tually not a single suit In this rango that wouldn't compare In point of style and appearance with the dressings of tho best dressed gentlemen you meet anywhere, to say nothing about their costly tailoring bills and the delays and troubles they un undergo before they aro suited. Hero are suits tailored by skilled work people, that stand at tho head of the tailoring craft. Just such typo of work people that don't know how to turn out a mean lob of work, tho kind wo employ, and tho best proof of The satisfactory features of our high grade Suits Is practically illustrated by tho wonderful growth of business each succeeding season. Selling that succeeds Is In valuo that satisfies. There's a cast Iron guarantee at the back of oach-nndr overy suit that's sold. They must hold their shape?tho goods must hold tholr color?tho trimmings must wear good? tbo sewing must bo perfect. Wo stand at tho back of 'em?that's what guarantees them. Fifteen dollar affords a choice of a blir rango in every sort of shape and a sprlnklln of every sort of material. The best time for tho be:-t pick of sizes is now . $15.00 Every Prudent Parent and Guardian knows that tht best possible value in Children's wear that money controls comes direct from'Burk's. The Children's Wear, like all other goods in all other departments, must be of the satisfactory kind? reliable for wear?desirable for style?and dependable as far as the strengh-giving features are concerned in the course of make-up. ?KNEE PANTS FOR ROYS. ALL AGES from 4 to IG. Junior buckles and binding on bottoms sizes 4 to S. Three buttons llnish sizes !) to 1G?taped scams, strong bands, sightly, serviceable, Brownish Twill Cheviots, among the lot a range of Navy Bluo Cheviots. Cholc? of sizes this week only . I7c. KNEE PANTS FOR BOYS, ALT, AG KB 4 to 16. All improvements, mado from Pure Wool Cheviots. When wo say ALL WOOL, we mean just what wo say. Sty? lish plaids, and neat plain patterns. Very serviceable, extraordinary bargains. Cholco of sizes this week r\ p only./Ou. KNEE PANTS FOR BOYS MADE UP with wide, largo double scats that extend from scam to seam, h-ind felled, big double knees, taped seams, patent riveted buttons, strong bands, pure wool fabrics. Avariety of styles. Among them Navy Bluo and other popular knee pants pat? terns. Cholco of sizes?1 to 1G thls week only . 48c. VESTEE SUITS FOR LITTLE FEL? LOWS. Three pieces, mark you?Jacket, Pants and Vcstee, Full and complete; neat, tidy and durable; made from pretty Twilled Cheviot, nicely embroidered, big bargain. Choice of sizes?3 to 8?Oils week only . 870. REEFER SUITS FOR LITTLE FEL LOWS. Mado from Black Twilled Che? viot. Sizes to ago S inclusive. Deep sailor collars neatly cmbro'dereJ. Choice of sizes?as long as they last?this week only . BOYS' KNEE PANTS SUITS IN ALL size* from S to IG. Mado up in threo crack-a-jack good patterns. Rig double SI ata and double kmc, patent bands, riv? eted i.u'.tons and taped seams Jn tho pants. Jackets proportionately well made. The very kind of suits that will stand rough and tumble and every day hardships. Choice of sizes this week . CHILDREN'S DOUBLE-BREASTED SUITS. Very durable woolen fabrics. Mado up good and strong?sizs S to 1C both Inclusive. A big leader and extra? ordinary trade winner. < holr< of sixes?this week only $1.47 $1.98 STRICTLY" ALL WOOL SUITS FOR BOYS ages 8 to 1G. Made up In twb Al good staple patterns. Every possible strength-giving feature that skilled tail? oring can apply. Very dressy, choice. Stylish and reliable Children's Suits. The pick and choice of sizes to O ?T O early callers this week only . .?J/fc?*JU VERY HANDSOME BOYS' SUITS, consisting of a variety of styles. Plain Double-breasted for Big B>jys and Ves teea. Reefers and Blouses for the little fellows. Handsomely finished, correct fit? ting and strictly up-to-dato In every particular. Ch?ico of sizes?aa&'where from 3 to 1G, inclusive?this week only . BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS OF FINE Casslmeres. Cheviots, Worsteds and Serges in a largo assortment of catchy ef fects Checks, Plaids and Overplulds. Made in all sorts of styles for big l>.>ys and little tots. Big bargain values. (TO Cft Choice of slzca this week .4)?'vU UNLIMITED ASSORTMENT OF NOB? BY St'ITS for Boys, all ages and sizes from 3 to 1G. Mado up In plain and fancy patterns light, dark and medium colors, 1 in checks, plaids and staplo designs. All sorts of shapes. Choico of sizes this week only . $4,00 SUPERIOR QUALITY CHILDREN'S DRESS SUITS, ronsistlng of Fine Blouses Pretty Vestees. Jaunty Reefi rs, and a varied assortment of Plain Double breasted Knits for large hoys. Choice <ie signs tailored In the very acme of tai: Utng art. Perfect gems of Choice of sizes?th's week only . $5.00