Newspaper Page Text
SUFFOLK, NORFOLK LOCAL, BERKLEY ?ND PORTSMOUTH.
TOWN OF SUFFOLK Dr. Eley Notified of an Honor Con? ferred Upon Him. TllO firnvi' of Urnco Holme? Located Here?Jtidiic I'rc.itI? .Heilder* ? Derision-A llcucli 1'nrfy ? Per. ?ounl New* Note*. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pilot.) Suffolk, Va., July 24.- Dr. A. W. Eley haa received notice of his election to the presidency of the Virginia State Pharmaceutical Association. The no? tice was sent by Dr. C. U. Fleet, s :re tary, of Lynchburg, wno said he con? gratulated Dr. Eley. but felt like c m gratula'.ing the association still mere. Dr. Eley has been a pharmacist over thirty years. He graduated in Phila? delphia about 1867, and practiced medi? cine for a while In Suss x county. Since then he has been a druggist In Suffolk. GRACE HOLMES- GRAVE. Sunday's Vlrglnlan-Pilot stated Major C. C. Jone?, of Boston, w:i.< In Norfolk, and would e::tieavor to locate the gravo of his aunt, Mies Grace Holmes, who died In Virginia 45 years ago. Major Jones had not been in this section before since 1865. To-day 1 learned where Miss Holmes was buried. Her grave is In C< dar Hill Cemetery, Suffolk. Major Jones thought her re ma Ina rested In a Portsmouth Cemetery. Mrs. L. C. Lewis, who Is well posted in local history of the past half cen? tury, furnishes the Vlrglnlan-Pilot these facts: "Miss. Grace Holmes taught school in Suffolk over 50 yeans ago. i was only 8 years old. but have never forgotten the beautiful young lady who died among strangers, so far from homo. 1 often heard my father speak of her. The circumstances of her death were pathetic. She had charming manners and fine personal appearance. There are a few Indies here who were her pupils." HAMPTON WENT DOWN. Those Hampton colored ball tOSSCra were ensy fruit for the Suffolk team this afternoon. There was an excursion from Hampton to-day. They brought a ball team whose cognomen is Scot? land Giants. They went down before the locals by a score of 21 to 8. Bat? teries?King and Taylor: Mann and Matthews. Umpire?C. T?te. The Suffoik team will play a return game in Hampton to-morrow. The or? der on the grounds to-day was good. Enough policemen were there to en? force it. DECISION RENDERED. Circuit Judge Prcntls to-day render? ed a decision in the case ot' creditors against, the Southampton Box Compa? ny, It was a question of priority of claims, which was argued some days hack. Lawyer R. H. Walke represented Henry Walke, and Attorney Lee Brltt talked for McKenney, Lllllston, Turner and others. The Judge decided In favor of Mr. Britt'.s clients. A BEACH PARTY. To-morrow a party will leave for a ten-days' stay at Virginia Be tch. The members will be Misses Lizzie, J, ssi. . Annie and Ivy Nurney, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Cheek, who will chaperone the crowd; Jack and Cliff Camp, of Albl ?n, Fla., Professor C. Cat r. of Shelby. X. C? and Patrick H. Hayes, of Suffolk. EPWORTH LEAGUE SOCIAL. To-morrow, Tuesday, night, the Hp worth League of the Main Street Meth? odist Church will have a social meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Prank HurfT. near Suffolk. The leaguers are asked to meet at the church tit S o'clock. TN?y will be driven to Mr. Hurff's residence. STORIES OF PEOPLE. H.m- John B. Pinner and family left to-day for Yellow Sulphur Springs, where they will pass some weeks. . Rev. J. O. Atkinson, or Eloii College, N. C, preached twice Sunday in the Suffolk Christian Church. Mr. Livingstone Joyner, of Durham, N. C, arrived in town to-day. He used to be a merchant here. Miss Sue Urquhart has returned from a lengthy stay In Franklin. Miss Winnie Hobbs, of Florida, lost a watch while driving to-night. Bead about It In "lost nd." Attorney S. P. Vnndersllco, of Farm ville. visited friends and relatives in Suffolk Sunday and left to-day for Richmond. Randolph, son of Mr, and Mrs. B. W. Graham, was taken ill to-day. Rev. Richard Mcllwnlne, president of Hampden-Sydney College, was in Suffolk to-dav. Miss Myrtle Matthews played a violin solo at the Christian Church Sunday nizht. Mr. George L. Barton returned to-day from Montgomery Springs, where he took his family for a long visit. Mr. A. H. Hargrove, paying teller al the Farmers' Hank. Is spending vaca? tion in Islo of Wight county. For Infants and Children. the Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of (^^/?f^^ti^ ROAMIKr, Roanoke Va., July 24.?Rev. Wm. Lunsford leaves this week to take charge of a church in Howling Green, Ky. He is a rising young minister, and a brilliant future is predicted for him. The pay-roll In the Norfolk mid West? ern shops and offices last Friday amounted to about $100.000, and still the train men and West End yard are to be heard from. Our streets are quite lively in consequence. SUFFOLK ADVERTISEME TS T OST?WHILE OtTT DRIVING MON JL4 day. Black Enameioi Lady's Watch with Gold P.'n, on Washington, Franklin or adjacent street. Reward if returned to W. H. JONES, Jr., Suffolk, Va. It A Pointer^ Don't let your FIRE POLICIES bo renewed until you see Woodward & Elam, Suffolk, Va. BRIEF ITEMS OP INTEREST. Hon. Thomas -:- Martin, Junior, U. s. Senator from Virginia, and candidate to succeed himself, will bo In the city to-day tor a conference with hla j ? friends. Mr. \V. 11. >'? Ellis has removed bw ! family to the Eastern Shore of Vir- j ! Bin la. .Mr. C. T. Caler left l ist evening ror j a brief 80j >urn at I'on Mar, pa. I St. Vincent's Hospital is now caring I I for si patients, Including several who| arc very ill with typhoid fever. Mr. K. T. Bdoutt with Walter J. Simmons & Co., left last night on a | business trip for lt.iitimr.ro. .Miss .May McCarthy, of Atlantic City Ward, left last night for r visit with j 1 friends at Ce.Ueysvi'.l\ Mtl. i Miss Grace Collins left las! night fori j the White Mountains, to spend the : summer. John Tiller, a colored sailor, who was ' taken to St. Vim snfa Hospital Sunday, I died there at 10 o'clo k that night, from j the effects of an opsratlon performed for relief from Intestinal obstruction. Mr. vi'm. I'. Anderson will leave this morning via tin Chesapeake and Ohio: for Staun ton, V.l., where ho will visit; li:s family riow| summering there. Rev. Beverly l>. Tucker and son? Rev. St. George Tucker, will leave this morning for \\'i!-.ei:i:i. W., via the i !hes ipeake and < 'hi". There will be a large exeursl >n in t<> day from Wilmington, >-\< r tee Atlantic O?nsl Lin*. Many of the excursionists ' will go .mi t?> Baltimore to-night via 1 ti-.o Chesapeake line. Mr;;. Alberl T:i tin ferro, of Gloucester, accompanied by Mr. Albert Tnliaterro and bis e.'ater. Miss Cntesse Seawcll, lieft f >r St. Vincent's Hospital, Norfolk, on Friday s.iys a Gloucester letter. Mr. .1. H. Siamnn. of Miller, rthoads & Co., w?l arrive home to-day from Reading, Pa., accompanied by his father, who c inn - to Norfolk to re? cuperate his health. Mr. T. .\\ Bryant, a well-known butcher of Raleigh. X. <\. died Sunday morning '>f paralysis. He was 63 years of asre and highly respected. Miss Grace Collins l< fl over the Royal Blue Line last night to spend the sum? mer a: the White Mountains. Mr. I.. T>. Miller. ,.f Miller. Rhoads & Co.; has ret'.fiied from Richmond. Mr. ii. Crockln lift last evening for New York, where lie will attend the Furniture Exposition. While there lie will also liny a big stock of furniture for his large new store now hearing completion on Church street, opposite Wood. Piekett-Buchanan Camp, Confed? erate Veterans, meets to-night at s o'clock In their hail. Mr. I-.. K. McCleary returned home yesterday from n Northern trip. While away lie pur, based a hundred hea l of fine horses. Mr. A. Oberndorfer is erecting a row of two-story brick dwellings on Holl street, near Church street. Work on thorn Is proceeding rapidly. Mr. Diekin son Is the contractor. Dr. Rlcbnrd Mcllwnlne, of Hnmpdon Sidncy, W= in the city. Lieutenant William A. Morrltt. pay? master of tli? converted Kiinbo.it Yankton, now at Newport News, Is at the Montieollo. NEW YORK WINS. TOOK Till': FIRST GAMES FROM 'Pill-: RED STOCKINGS. One of the prettiest games of base? ball of Hi* sen*on was that witnessed at Loa Tue Park yesterday by about live hundred si oe. in tors, between the N. w Yorks' (white) mid Red Stockings (col orcd), of NoiiYilk. It was ;i pitcher's battle all the way through, and the Beds had the New Vorks' shut out until the fourth Inning, with three men "ii bases. a wild throw by Matthews tied the B ?<?:?>? for the vis? itors. The eci re .stood tied until the eighth Inning, with Otys and llankln, of the New Vorks' on liases, a tw? basor by Crolng w? n the game for the New Yolks'. Following is ihr score by Innings: It.H.e. New Yorks' ...ii n n :: n o o c n_ .-, 7 :; Bed Stocking*. 1 :i 0 0 n 0 0 n 0 ? 1 j Batteries?Davis and McQunld; Mc Clennan and Bailey. Umpires?Fisher and Dlxon. Time?due hour and minutes. Til" same clubs play again to-day at League Park. COTTAGES ROBBED valuable jewelry and money STi >i.i:x at Tin: bea< 11. About 11 half dozen of lie- cottages at Virginia Beach were burglarized Fri? day night and money aggregating about *7uo. besides a l<>i ofjewelry, was Bto 1 n It being understood that ib.- Norfolk police hud been appealed lo by lie Princess Anno county for assistance in locating and arresting the burglars, Chief Klzcr was seen yesterday, but de-| cllncd to talk. it is understood that several promi? nent Norfolk families who have cot? tages lit the Bench were losers by tie general housc-brenklng. Since the i-< ? 1. berles :t closer watch has been kent by the' ootto.ge/8. A man was arrest eel by the Princess Anne county authorities yentcrday, but there was no evidence against him and he was allowed to go his wify sifter short detention. CJ .A. SS T O XTL 3E _A. . ?sai1 tbo v?1 !ie Yon Haw Alwis Roi'jht \ Trent In I'lnni t Inn. The Earnest Workers' Society are much elated over the fact that they have secured the s< rvlces of S. I'. De Vault, one of the greatest elocutionists of the South, to give them an entertain? ment thm evening at S:15 o'clock, ai Central Avelino Baptist Church. The so. ;. ty is fortunate in securing special musical talent from this and oth< cities, which will in.ike the occasion one of the best musical and literary treats of the season. .Moonlli;hi Kxenrnlotl. By reference to the advertising col? umns it v. ill be seen that tlte select moonlight excursion t ? <>M Point and the Cape?", postponed from last Tuesday night, will be held to-night. The steamer will leave the N. Y.. I'. and X. wharf ai 7:45, and stops at Old Point will be made going and coming. A pleasant time is expected. Good music and rcfreshmi nts. ?3 STO 12.^. JO uA. Bear? tb? _/f ^ Kind Veu Hate Aiwfcys Bought Bt/satwi ?< BR?M ?LETOK WARD The Brambleton \V. C. T. V. will meet at tin- home of the president. No. 202 North Park avenue, at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon. Master Raymond Gray, son of Mr. and Ml?. .1. <-'. Gray, ot* No. 221 Hamllh avenue, had the misfortune Sunday to cut his foot very badly with a piece of tin. I>:s. Grimes and Meredith render? ed the necessary medical aid. Mrs. Mary Jane Dozier is ill at her home, No. 422 Corprew avenue. AN EVENING BLAZE. The alarm of Ore about it o'clock Sun? day night carried the department to tlu residence <>f Mr. George s. West. No. 125 South Marshall avenue, fr m which a slight Blaise was Issuing; but when the engines arrived it was f und thai the Ihtincs had been extinguished. S ve nil young ladies, guests of Mr. West, went to church and let; a lighted lam. on a bureau ncor an ..;>? n window. lb curtuln of which had K en well drawn. A gust of wind blew the curtain in and the lamp wen Upset op the ma.I>1- to| bureau and the running oil Ignited, and ii nn Instant there was n light blaze in the room. Mnj r Marshall Turrall ami a youth named Level gave ihe alarm and rushed into the'house and smoth? ered the (lames with a rug and bed4 clothing before they had gained much headway. The damage is estimated t he between $75 and $100. The timely aid of Major Tarrall and yi one; Level prevented what might huve been a disastrous tire. ?1L4KTIC CITY ft ARD Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Brown and daughter, of Cambridge, Md.. are th ? guests <>f Mrs. Sarah 13. Stewart and daughter, Miss Delia, of 54 Pool- street. Miss Gnrnetl Wright and Miss Lore na Knee, of Avenue A, are visiting l riends In Richmond. Mrs. Harry Smith, of Colley nvcnuc, returned Sunday from a visit to rela? tives In Richmond. The Atlantic City baseball club leave? for Old 1'oint to-day to i-ro;is bats with the Old Point team. Miss Brown, of Cambridge, Md.. de? lighted the congregation at LeKles' Memorial M. E. Church Sunday after? noon with two special solos. Captain w. T. Williams, of Central avenue, returned last night from In? dianapolis, where he had been attend? ing the Epworth League Convention. The Local Hoard of Improvement failed to meet yesterday afternoon for w.mt of a quorum. LAMBERT'S FOIST. Mr. and Mrs. Dlinbnr Korkes, of Shonandonh avenue, had the misfortune to lose by death Saturday morning their infant son Hubert.oged f months The funeral was held from the resi? dence at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon and was conducted by the itev. George \V. Cox. of Burrow's Memorial Baptist church. The Interment was in Elm wood Cemetery. Dr. Doughtle returned Saturday from a professional visit to Richmond. Mr. W. H. Packus. of Myers nve nuo. who was stricken with paralysis on his right side some ten days ago, has very much improved. He is able now. with assistance,*to walk about his room. irnpllvl Snnclny ?clionl .? ??nein!Ion The July meeting of the Norfolk and Rerkley Baptist Sunday-School Associ? ation was held In the First Baptist Church, this city, at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The deliberations were pre? sided over by the president, Mr. M. Winston, with Mr. Willis Brown as sec? retary pro tern. At the conclusion of the opening de? votional exercises the following officers Were circled: President, Wm. McK. Wood house, of Berkley Avenue Church; Vlce-Preal tlent. Willis Brown, of Grace Church, Norfolk: Secretary, J. A. Halley. of First Church, Norfolk; Treasurer, Goo. w. Gale, of Central Avenue church, Atlantic i Ilty Ward. An Interesting and Instructive ad? dress on "Tin? Advantages and Disad? vantages of Rewards in Sunday Schools" was delivered by Rev. .1. J. Hall, D. D., of Park Avenue Church. The n.-xt meeting of the Association will be held with Burrow's Memorial Church, Lambert's Point, the fourth Sunday in August. THE WORLD OF SPORT A; Chicago? Score by innings: R.II.E. Chicago .;: o o o 0 l 0 n n? 4 S l Baltimore .0 3 000 0 0 2 0? 6 ti I At Cincinnati? Score by innings: R.II.E. Cincinnati .. ..0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0? :: 7 .". Boston .0 0 2 0 5 1 0 0 0? 8 13 2 FIRST GAME. At Pittsburg? Score by innings: P..U.K. Pitt .mg .. ..00 0 0 4 0 2 0 3? ti 12 1 Philad< ip'oia 0 a 0 o o o o f.? s l SEC< IN'D GAME. Score by Innings: R.H.E, Pittsburg.i a o o o 1 0 0 3? ."> 7 l Philadelphia ..0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0? 4 10 2 Bichmond, !>: Newark. 0.?Game for? feited op account of Newark's non-ap? pearance. VVIlkesbarre, 2: Reading, 1. Lancaster, I: Alient?wn, S taken at ni};ht will make you v feel risht, act risht and look ? rip-lit. They cure Constipation. V 10 cents and 25 cents, at all drop stores. | / *y ,jv L A D 8 E S M YOD KSC11 ^-'5<f DR. FELIX LE BRUN'S ' Steel I Pennyroyal Treatment iptho original and only FRENCH, ?ate and reliable run- on the neir k'-t. Price. Jll.00; sent by uaul. \Beniiino sold only by Marlin & Gray, .-? :? eg nts, let street and Roanolto uvc dk. Va. T4> <;ain strength nfirr typhoid t'?v?T or Otntf watting dllHIf take tri? p?Trt highly CODOCntMW-il, prt' dig-MtM t?t-?-f prf p*r?i Ion L2QUID PEPTONE Rftqiilrefl nn fnrt hrr ?lij;?'-* i??n. (?irr? not n r..: fUOf iimiiistutrl-i. OOtttftlBil no ririlftfl Of chemical*. For *n\o I v Borrow* M?n m a i Jo, STEVKISO* A JftTfK CO., C*<mitts. rhlU-U.. P?. The Washington Magisterial District School Board met last night at s o'clock ? l ? cle -i teachers for the schools in the district, a?< the result of a failure to do so at the last regular meeting, held on the third Monday of this month. The lirst to ho considered was the election of a teacher for the Providence school. The name of Mr. H. M. Johnson, the former teacher, was put In nomination, rations of the school protested and produced a largely signed petition, a ;k Ing that Mr. John-son no; be re-elected. After <iuite a discussion by the board, Mr. Johnson was re-elected. The next to lie considered was Oak Grove school. Patrons were also pres? ent from that school with objections to Mrs. S. Ii. Cuthrell's rc-clcctlon. They claimed that she had scived the school for t> u years, and in the latter live had i failed to give ?-tier;!! satisfaction, and; In the tntiin had lest control of the larger boys, therefore, they objected to her. After the evidence was heard from the pair ns a general discuss'ion fol? lowed. She was re-elected by a. vole of :: t.i '-'. The Berkley Graded School was then taken u:>. Objections were raised to he former principal, Prof. O. t.. Ken? nedy by n member of the board, who stated that he was not, in his opinion, the man tor the place. Bui he was re elected after sonic little discussion. Miss Mary Wood, assistant, and M sses Sc.- Tntem, Grace Coggln, Lucy Scott and Mamie pierce were re-elected. The teachers of the remaining schools ; were re-elected; as follows: 1 South N rfolk Graded School?Miss Uenn Wright, principal, and Misses I Blanche and Nancy Sliafcr. assistants. Money Point?Miss Ruby Cutbrell. Oaklet t?Misses Janle Elbow and Susi.- Wood. Berkley Graded School (colored) George \V. Brtty, principal: L. M. John? son and S. J. Coggln, assistants. Providence?Florence Carter, princi? pal. Oak Grove?B. T. Parsons. It was decided that the election of teachers carried with them the salaries of last year. The next nicotine: of the board, at which the elections will be confirmed, will b<> hold the third Monday in Au? gust. Mrs. E. A. Wingflcld and family will leave this morning for N.ig's Head to spend the si r. See in thi' ue a dairyman wanted. Mrs. Ann e Applegate is visiting her son. Mr. Gunner C. Applegatc, of St. Helena. The school which Is to succeed the Berkley Collegiate Institute tri ma? terializing finely. The community may expect a coeducational school of high grade, conducted on a superior plan. The Catalogue Is being prepared anil will appear soon. X(W Hold Jlnniiccr. Yesterday Mr. w. p. King, formerly f Norfolk, took charge of the Port Norfolk Hotel. lie will at once thoroughly renovate and relit it. lie hopes to make this hotel especially attractive to the Northern tourist pa t ronage. ECZEMA CURED BY BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. B. B.) FOR BAD BLOOD. Pimple3, Skin Eruptions That Burn and Itch, Scales, Sores. Itching, torturing, scaly Eczema, Pim pies and suin Humor? are outward evi? dences of n deep seated Blood Disease, hence to really cure to stay cured a thor? oughly tested Blood Remedy like Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. It) Is required. It is the only remedy strung enough to reach the cause, expelling the po!son and humors from the Moid, thus driving oiil every vestige of the disease. It itanie Blood Balm eines nftcr doctors, salves, external or Internal remedies have failed. UA1/C YOU Itching, burning i , v. ri/AVt TUU crusted, or pimply skin blisters containing pus or watery Hula, skin I'd. and an itching heat, with or without gores, on legs, arms, hands, neck or face? Then lake Botanic Blood Balm it:. It. B.), which will euro you. leaving the llesh free from blemishes, itching or ECZEMA ON CHILDREN. ? Children re very frequently aflllctc I with Eczema r .sor. s. sometimes affecting entire face and scalp. Give the child mild doses .,f Botnnli Blood Balm (B. It. It.) and tin sore? will soon heal. Price $1, per large bottle (six tor $5), at drug stores; Per? fectly safe in use by old or young, SAMPLE BOTTLE KREK.- W rite ror free samp!.- Im.nie and book. Describe trouble, and ftee personal medical advice given. Address Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Georgia. New Things Wo arc strong in our intent to make this black goods de? partment your choice and fa? vorite departmenl of all (he ma ny Mack goods departments in Norfolk. We can and we will it' von let us. We guarantee to sell de? pendable and reputable black goods as reasonable as any re? putable firm can. These fabrics mentioned be? low are pretty and are strictly in style. 40-inch Black Sponged Serge. 50c a yard. 40- Inch Nui - Black Cloth, 106, a yard. 41- .:.. h Blai k Mngni t Cloth, a 7.? a yard 42- Inch Black Royal Cord, cl.-'j a yard. You mu.-t see ihi sc, S. DOZIER, 206 Main St., Academy of Music Bldg. NORFOLK, VA. PRESENTED WITH A WATCH AND CHAIN. Sunday morning after the usual les? sons were gone through at Monumental Sunday School Mr. \\ . H. N. well arose and Bald thai on behalf of ihn Sunday school he had been selected to present the superintendent, Mr. John H. Hall with a gold watch and chain, also a charm set with diamonds as a token of esteem in which he is held by them. After paying Mr. Hall a number of compliments on the manner in which Mm school had been conducted under his jurisdiction he handed in the present, it v..is accepted by Mr. n 11 in a grace? ful manner with a shirt speech and regrets nl having to leave them. He said It will ever be held U'i a precious treasure. Mr. Hal! did not tender his resignation, but merely got a leave un? til next spring. \v lien he bop-; to re? turn and resume his position. Ho will lc < e for Texas to-morrow. Acts gently on the Cleanses the System w e.J3?< EFFECTUALLY yHU PERMANENTLY IT5BE^.aAUFfECTS DUy THE GENUINE - MUHT O By roa sah ? tumwm joc mrssuil. Every Article in our Ready made Department to go at a Sacrifice this week. Percale and Lawn Wrappers, Silk Waists, While Lawn Waists. While Pique and Linen Skirts. Mohair and Flan? nel Bath Suits, one special line of White Waists, with em? broidery and tucks, former price 7>c, go at 49c. Our Embroidery Special continues at BEFORE THE WAR, PLEASE SEND ME A ROAST OF BEEF, SINCE THE WAR, SEND ME A ROAST OF HOME KILLED BEEF No danger, we have none but our own killed Beef, Veal, Lamb and Pork, Lard, Saussage, etc. OPGN ALL DAY, Bl ' I'll PHONES. J? S. Bell, Jr. &Co., Corner Queen and Church Sis. OLD PHONE 833. NEW PHONE 1010. JOHN 0. GfiMfiGE ESTABLISHED 1345 Sewer and Wei! Pipe BRICK TILE ALL SIZES. Lime, Cements, Piaster, . Bricks, Laths, Hair, Shingles, Flooring Etc WOODS! DE* S WHARF. NORFOLK, VA HAVE YOL" Sore Throat, PlmplOS, Cop per-Colored Spot?. Aches, Old Sores. Ul? cers in Month. Hair Pall'ng? Write COOK REMEDY ?'<.'.. HK7 MASONIC TEMPLE, Chicago, 111., for proofs of cures. Capital S.*itX>.Oo0. Worst cases lureJ In li to ?i days, 100-page book 'roe. AFTESNOONJ Tied down to housowotki to the scrubbing brush and bucket, to the dish pan and housccloth, is the condition of the woman who still uses soap in her cleaning. On the other hand the woman who uses Gold Dust t^-?is?&a Washing Powder) noon. With Gold Dust *he does her cleaning with half the effort, in h '.lf the time and at hr.lf the cost .as with soap or any other cleanser. For prentest economy buy our large package. TME N. K. FA1RBANK COMPANY CMcag? St. Louis New York Boston Q o-o-o o-o-o ooo-oooooo o-o-o o-o-o Virginia Eiectric Company, oo-aooo oo-o o-o-o ooo oooo-o-o o C-O-Q The Original Worcestershire BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ?' Is adapted for every variety of di to Steaks, to all of which it gives a JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, Agents, N. Y. ih?from Turtle to Beef, from Salmon famous relish." ALL IN SIGHT, NORTHEAST OF MONUMENT, Over Jordan's Qtfci 321 Comer Main and Talbot streets. Oik Artificial Piaies Arethe Most Natural And perfect reproduction <>f the teeth Nature rIvcs?In lit, netion and appeal ahce?that It Is possible for expert c.l.Ill and tho finest mechanic ii equipment to make. Tliey are constructed :i<i ad? justed?skillfully and knowfngly?with consideration of the natural rtxi?rcs3'.on ami contour of the fa c- s. light, com? fortable and wearable thit their prcsen e in tho mouth is forgotten. "Ncwssl Oiscovari" Fain ess Fx'raclion. New York Dental Rooms Only J. D. ENNF.S. Dentist. Office hours. S to 6; Sundays, P> to 1. 00 We claim it to be the best Mower on the world's market regardlcus of price, staun h, durable and Unlit of draft. i!io:a numbers arc sold hero anuu illy and thero are more Buck? eyes in use in the two counties than of all other makes combined. Tills house has sold the Buckeye exclu Slvi ly for about twenty years. Old buyers are new buyers. These facts should Induce you to use the Buck? eye. Wo Invite examination and will gladly show its workings. Steel Hau Rakes fsVlf Dump nn.l Hand Dump, Folid steel axles, steel wheels, guaranteed to stand?strong and durable?boy can operate either style?prices down low?Iron and steel have advanced p, cost neatly 60 per cent., and Mowers und Hakes will surely bo lliKher in prlco next season. Buy a Ituckeyo this year and t ike no chances. Implements, Fertilizers and Poultry Supplies. NORFOLK FARM SUPPLY CO. McD. L. \v RENN. President. GFIO. B. TODD. Managir E. C. GUNTHER, Treasure* ri Hi They overcome Weak? ness, irregularity and i omissions, increase vipf? ? or and banish "pains of menstruation." They are "LIFE SAVERS" to girls at womanhood, aiding development of organs and body. x0 known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm?life becomes pleasure. Jfil.OO PER IJOX BY 3IAIL. Sold by druggists. DB. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. Sold bv BURROW, MARTIN & CO. I WART m BiSGUIT YOU CAN GET THEM AT THE VIRGINIA GROCERY CO. \Vo have the finest line of cakes and Crackers in the city; also Snuthlield Hams, small sizes 16c, pound, Volght Cent Patent Flour, $4.25 per bar? rel. virginia grocery co., Gl and l>3 New Market PI ice. Both 'phones ICS, MADL ME A MAIM tA.lAX TABLETS? POSITIVELY CT7RB ALf. Servitut i?--Mfs l,uiini:M,ra. orj. 1 in ; i.l -lu > SIMpleStrM?, ?(K,c>aHi by Al?.-<: ,<h- bihar fcjicaatea und Inrfl* cretion?. thru quickly und turrlA reatort* Lost Vit.illt j in old or jo-.ii.l-. ml hi a i.inn for Murfj,builne?? or murriata, . ^'S.??' 115ur.ltj Bid l\,r.*.UH>t.iion U U*?n In tim?. Itioir n.-i ihom iir.ainrfi.Ui* Improve. ijhi nud bJcl-h a UUHli whcr^ ull ot h_ra loll. In i'it upou linrin? Ilio Ki.i.uin? Ajax Tublcta. The? u,i?ecured Ihounund* ;.nrf will cur? you. Wo sire ? po-itiTO written, uui.n.nws to eff.ic: a core in each case or refund Ilia money. Piiru 50 eanu ixir packui*. or *ix puckuim* (full troutiural) for $2.40. at mull, la plain wrapper, nupn i Kaipl of price, circular fro*. AJAX REMEDY CO., Kn?ruf* For sale In Not folk. Va.. by Burrow, Martin & Co. and K. F. Holmes & Co., druKo'lets. feS-tu.th.sa-ljr