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VIRGINIA NEWS?BERKLEY LOCAL?PORTSMOUTH?
J6 OUR SUFFOLK CORRESPONDENCE The Town Council Makes a Pass at Eye Doctors, Fl Iii Li* :v - A HIGH LICENSE TAX Ilnlned 1'rom Fonr ?" One Tll?n?ltii<1 mid Forty Dollnrn Por Taar M or r.v ?<;,?? lion n<U Tout-bed ? l.itdy Abti?eti by it Negro?Knjritl Arenn? mil I'eople ? ?>b?ccjtiien ? l'eo|llc ? ItMWII to Our Itcndern. (Special to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Suffolk, Va., July 27.?The Town Council this afternoon made a pass at opticians and oculists. They landed so successfully that those professions will bo virtually banished from the confines of Suffolk. Their license taxes were In? creased from $1 to $1,010 a year, or ex? actly 26,000 per cent. They will be charged J20 it week or fraction there? of. The new tax is prohibitory to opti? cians. That's wfc.it it is Inti nded to i>". It is aimed at the class of persons who are in the habit of coming to town for a few days or weeks and selling their optical skill or glasses at exorbltapt figures. They are not usually expert oculists, and their wares are often in? ferior. This was a special session of the Council. Present: r. L. Brewer, Mayor; Councllmen It. o. Dennis, w. b. Fcr pusnn, J. C. Holloday, f.. S. P. Holland. W. N. McAnge and w. c. Harroll, and Recorder w. L. McLeod. merry-<;o- norn d< ; touched. The Council also touched the people ?who run the merry-go-round or hobby horse machines. The license on that class of persons was raised from $10 to $r>o a week. It was ordered thai forms and books be prepared for the treasurer and com? missioner of revenue books for the list? ing of bonds and forms for the listing of property and persons. The Finance Committee was authorised to make euch expenditures as are necessary in the prosecution of work natu. d. ABUSED iA jewess. A white lady who lives In the county rear Deans', was used severely by a colored man. The lady Is a Hebrew, the wife of n merchant. 1 didn't Ret the person's names. It seems the man had left a pair of shoos at the store and asked the merchant's wife about thorn. There were words and then threatened violence. Justice F. M. Arthur heard the case to-day and sent to negro to prison for two months, and fined him $10. County Policeman Matthews car? ried him to Jail. ROYAL ARCANUM PEOPLE. The members of Nansemond Council No. 1"6. Royal Arcanum, to-nlghl olll oially received Grand Regent S. L#. Bloomberg, of Richmond. The regent made an Interesting talk about the or? der's worklnKP. Responses came from Dr. A. W. Kley. Judge lt. H. Rawles and other local members. When business was over the Coun? cil visited Holland's ice cream saloon in a body and got refreshed. THE FINAL RITES. The funeral of Hie late Mrs. Patsy Benthol took place this afternoon from the Bnptlst Church. Rev. J. R Love, pastor, conducted It. Many friends of the family went through the rain to pny their last tribute of respect. The Interment was in Cedar Hill. SHORT STORIES. Miss Katherlne Beaman left this af? ternoon for a week's stay with Miss M. Mao Bruce, in Norfolk county. Mr. Burry Parker and bride, former? ly Miss Shepple Odom, returned to-day from a Iouk honeymoon for a short stay with their father, Captain Georga T. Parker. They left for the Beashore this afternoon. Mrs. (j. A. Frlabee, who had boefi VIH ItlnK' In Norfolk since closing her school in North Carolina, arrived to-day to eee Suffolk friends. Mrs. H. P. Brooks and children will leave Saturday for Bed Sulphur Spi lugs ?where they will spend a month. ?".ij. tain Brooks will accompany them. These will be Rev. J. F. Love's sub? jects at the Baptist Church Sunday: "Christ's Presence on Earth" and "The Lord's Battle." Mr. Love will leave Monday for his annual vacation, which Will be passed In Massachusetts. Dr. George Vender si ice, of Phoebus, arrived to-day for a Visit to Suffolk relatives. Misses Elizabeth and Margaret P.otes. of Bichmond, who hud 1.n guests of the Misses Vandcrslice, on Clay street, eome days, left this afternoon for home. Miss Lizzie Trot man has returned from Churchland, Va.. where she vis? ited her sister. Mrs. Thomas Harrell. The following Richmond persons reg? istered at tlte Commercial Hotel to? day: W. P. Anderson, Samuel Heller, P. C. Gregory. Mr. J. S. Mills, of Onanrn< k. has com? pleted a visit to Suffolk friends. Mr. D. N. FarneJl. apent of the Nor? folk and Carolina Railroad in Suffolk to-day lost $00 in currency?three twen? ties, which were carried in a vest pock? et. See ad. Mr. C. B. Slemp. of Lexinpton, Va.. Was in SufToJk to-day. Little Dorrls Jones, whose chin was painfully cut yesterday as the result c* a fall, was better to-day. Misses Brownley and Pattie < ?dorn left to-day for a trip to the seashore. See ad. about lost ring and gel re? ward. !*H^5HL^?y E 5TJ seme'ts I . OST?PLAIN GOLD RING ON THE XJ street. Inscribed "if N y\ ?? p,._ v.ard if left with Mrs. S. O. PHELPS. h OST?BKTvVTCF.N MY HOME ON XJ Bank street, and Norfolk and Caro? lina depot, three J.m hills Liberal rc u ird (fo^r return. D. N. FARN ELL, Suffolk, Va V ORT OR K STB AY-ONE?lTCtTT? JLt .Speckled Jlnund T>og called Jim: short and compact btdld. Suitable re? ward for It* return. KRANKT JONES Suffolk, Va._Jy2s-3t ' A, Pointer ^> iDbn't let your FIRE POLICIES be renewed until you see Woodward & Elam, Suffolk, Va, Sj/Perfect ? S Infant Food\ Condensed Milfc g 'INFANTHEALTH shutFREE. ^ ^jj^ h.y @N0tKSB3 Mn.it Q. HEW YORK ^ i?i:ri.itsHi im; WORK RE3UMBD?WILL LOCATE HERE?PERSONAL. Petersburg, Va., July 28.?The pavers of the street railway force who stopped work a few days ngo oh account of gome trouble about receiving the wages they had darned, resumed work yesterday afternoon about l o'clock, it is understood thai the breaking Of ground and lying of track on Sycamore Btreet between Washington ami Old streets for the railway will be begun in a few days. Dr. William Shlppen. whose name was unintentionally omitted In the re cently published list ?t physicians who passed a satisfactory examination be? fore the State Board of Medical Exam? iners has received his certificate from the board and will loento In this city for i he practice of his profession. Mr. J. Rolsseau, who has been spending some days at Virginia M ac h, arrived here yesterday morning en route to his home in Dinwlddi.uni? ty. Mr. Iloisse.iu has Just purchased the Grcsham farm In Dlnwlddle county containing 166V& acres. The price paid for the property was not given for pub? lication. Mr. B. ti. Doyle, formerly of Peters? burg, now of Rllloxl, Miss., wns in the city yesterday and in the afternoon left for Richmond p> visit-his brother, Mr. W. F. Doyle. Mr. Doyle wns ac? companied l>y Ins wife and child. Mrs. E. <'. Venable and family have taken ri collage nl the Oreehbrier White Sulphur for the season. Ki;ni>oKT m;v?n. ANOTHER GUN RECEIVED?TUR FIRST HANGING. Newport News, Va.. July 28.?Two more guns have arrived at the shipyard from the Washington gun foundry for the llrst-class battleship K oar surge. Moth of the rjit- h nre of eight-inch calibre. The fourth thlrteen-lneh gun for the Kenrsnrgc was expected to ar? rive from Washington this week, but ii has not put in an appearance. This rifle wns shipped before the eight-Inch guns ami should have reached her? lirst. it Is probably side-tracked Bome where oh the railroad. WILLIAMS WILL HANG. Attorney N. it. Clark stated to-day that he will not appear before Ihe Cor? poration Court and arum' for a now trial for Richard Williams. Ihe negro who was found guilty last evening1 l>y the jury of murder in the first degree, .lautes Exeklal Newman being his vic? tim. Never wns a clearer case made out ngninst n prisoner and the trial of Wil? liams in the Corporation Cnuri yester? day was the shortest murder trial on I record In this city. The Jury was out Ion minutes and it Is tin- first Jury to return a verdict for murder In the llrsl I degree since the incorporation of the city. r-BERKiVRY. Miss Bessie Ferrebee, nf Camden, N. I C? who has been visiting her sister, I Mrs. W. 1,. Berkley, on Chwinut street, for several days. loft yesterday for Vir? ginia Beach, where she will spend a week. The edgers at Grcenlcaf Johnson's mill struck yesterday for higher wages and knocked off in consequence of ihe company falling to pay the advance asked. The manager hoard Iheir re? quest and told them that lie would .ul> I mit it to the president or the company. The strikers are colored, ami itboui t vvclve in number. Mr. and Mis. Pnrdu and little daugh SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOHS Allen'"? Foot-Ease, n pow.tor r.ir t'io foei. It eures painful, swollen, smarting nervous feet and instantly lakes tin - | ! out of coins and bunions It's the croat. fst comfort discovery of the ngc. Allen's Foot-lSaso makes licit I or hew shoes , easy. It Is a certain cure for sv?. Hing, i callous ami l ot. tired, aching feet. Try I it to day Sold by all druggists and shoo stoics By mail for !jC. In stamps Trial ? package free Address, ALLEN 8, OLM. i BTED. 1,0 Key. N. Y. BERKLEY ADVTS. Our Spccitil KaU" A GREAT SUCCESS. We have Sboes to suit everybody; Call and lake ndvnntage of oar' sa!e. The prices are marked way down. To .i..% ?.? make another cul u Oxfords, Slippers and Tan Shoes. Now i* m, tune und H. I? WBST the place, r'all early In the day. i i-i Saturday night the. rush was so gn it we couldn't wall on the propie. Call at iIn anil gel a bars i!n bcfori they nre all gone, 76 Chestnut street, Jy29-2l rp m: firm "i" SALSBi in a (l?bF 1 MAX. doing business as the ?'. n tral Furniture Company, lia~ tiis dny, July 22, IMK) d'ssoli'od r?>portricr*h!p. I. IIA Kit V GOODMAN, liaring boiighi Hi Interest of m. SAI44BCRY, will continue busllli s< nl llio same stand und W? !? pit istti to servo the public generally with one of the best selected stocks of l-'urnl ture on easy installment plans or for casii. All persons in debt to said linn will settle same with I. HAItliY GOODMAN. Nn. TfKt 1,'berty street, near corner ot Eighth. Jy23&20 JOHN S. ETHERIDGE. L1VKIIY ANU BOARDING BTAIILIia. BERKLEY. VA. Norfolk and I'oriamnuta trad* solicited. New Phone No. 1.201. tor. Mary, of Richmond, Va.. are the guest of Sir. and Mrs. Charles T. Barry, on North street. Mrs. Grace Wise and children arc visiting friends In Peru, Indiana. Miss Efllc Miller, <>r Land of Promlee. v.l. is the guest of the Misses Old, >>n North street. ,\ young negro from Norfolk, i>y the name of Willie Jones, and another colJ on I fellow, went In Mr. II. L. West's store yesterday t<> purchase a pair of shoes, and while the latter wan talking shoes t" the clerk Jones was putting shoos In a basket ho was carrying, as if he had "devllcd-crabs" for sale. Mr.; West, on seeing him acting strangely, began to investigate, and on finding one of his shoes in the basket, had him i." U' i up. He will have a hearing this morning'. Capt. Jones Persons was In town yes-, tertiay on a short business trip. Miss Alleen Lankford, who has been the guest of Mrs. Ben. Jones, in South Norfolk, for several days, will Ii ivc this morning for her home in Koanoke city. Mis. j. T. Newberry has returned from Washington, i>. <".. where she spent two weeks among relatives. Mis. J. B. Parker, of Colcrainc, N. C, is visiting her sister. Mrs. Paul Brad 1. y. ..?' South Norfolk. Itev. Paul Bradley has returned from Tabernacle M. I':. Church, where he as sistcd Itev. B. P. Scott, the pastor, in ! a series of revival meet nips. II.- states I that a very successful meeting was held each day. the church greatly revived, and $700 raised, with which to build a; new church at that place. The meet-; ings have not closed. Misses Mary l> .;>??! ty and Josephine Garnett, who stopped over a few days with their aunt. Mrs. Paul Bradley, ot Si nth Not folk, en route front .? visit j to relatives in North Carolina, left yes? terday afternoon for their home In King t ieorgc county. Miss J. fj. Widgeon has returned from Keep Creek, where she spent several days with relatives. See Mr. II. L W'.st-.- advertisement in this Issue calling attention to his! special sal.-, in which he is having grand success. CAPTURE OF CALAN1BA. general OTIS cables mst op casualties. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Washington, July 28.?The War De ? partment this morning received its first I official report of the capture of Calnm 1)0 in the following cablegram from Gcncr il Otis: "Hall, one thousand men. captured Calnmbn, important strategic position LngUnn do Bay, yesterday, driving but 300 insurgents. Command composed portions Fourth Cavalry, Twenty-tlrsi Infantry, Washington Volunte rs. transported In launches and cascoes, gunboal accompanied. Caroline islands t iaimus? >n. Munlla, July 28.-5: IS p. m - -In com? pliance with an Order received from Madrid, the Spanish transport Aivn will proceed from Manila immediately to the Carolina islands in order <n re? patriate the garrison and inbehitnnts of those islands. Itnelt JBIIIm <"?>nil?lno Connect. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Manchester, N. II.. July 2S.?The Mir? ror says: Il has developed from the sale :?> the citizens' Trust and Deposit Company, of Baltimore, of the Columbia Mills Company, of Columbia, S. C.. that a e imbination of all the duck mills in Ihn country hits been formed. The capital is $10,000.000, and there arc 1.1 mills, mostly located In the vicinity of Baltimore. The president of the Columbia mills Is lion. Frank P. Car? penter, of this city. The Bale will be completed next week. Portsmouth Loeal TlllO HEINA MERCEDES. Will Come Olli of the r>ry Hook This Morning and Berth Near Navy l'ard Gate. The Reina Mercedes, that has been In dry dock for six weeks, Is expected ti be taken out this morning. She lias boon cleaned up, bottom scraped and paint? ed, IhC hull cleaned and painted and general repairs made about the water line. She will be berthed near the entrance to the navy yard pate, where the San Francisco has been lying for some time. The converted yacht Gloucester, that captured the Spanish torpedo boat, wont Into dry dock yesterday. Tito Viking has Just com- out of the stone dry dock, after receiving repairs costing $30,000. CUTTING SCRAPE. T.ast night, about a:."!!) o'clock, a ncsm woman named Ellen King was standing in a cook-shop door, corner of High and Crawford streets. A woman named Eva Sissons came up and asked the King woman to step out on the side? walk, that she wanted to speak to her. As the King woman came opt the sis s -es woman pulled out a knife ami < the King woman?a long gash in the head and across both arms. In the Belittle the Sissons woman got both hands badly cut. Dr. France, a col? ored physician, dressed the King woman's wounds. The Sissons woman was arrested by Officers lioofnaglc and Shannon, and was carried to jail. The King woman's wounds were of stich na? ture that she was carried to her home, ami was summoned to appear at court when able. A GILT-EDGE INVESTMENT. Two meetings will bo conducted at the Y. M. <'. A. to-morrow afternoon. Mr. H. A. Me.ii ham. the general secre? tary of the Norfolk Association, will spc'ak to men only at I o'clock. His subject will be. "A Guilt-Edge Invest? ment." Mr. Meacham is an Interesting and practical speaker. Prof. Dunb.tr will conduct the song service, and a male quartette will sing. An attractive service will be held for boys a t '.I o'clock. The next Y. M. C. A. moonlight will take place Monday night. August Hth. A CLUB < IRGANIZED. Alt a meeting held at Rev. Mr. Water field's home on Washington street Thursday night, a stenographic club was organized by electing Rev. Mr. VVaterfli Id prcsidi nt. The club will be an adjunct to the Epworth League of Owens M -merial Church, und will af? ford much pleasure at the meetings of the league. A number of Bible nnd other views will be exhibited on largo scale. Tlie American Ship-building Com? pany, at Lora In, O.. i: j-: reported, has Id contracts for additions to its mn i bine shoji. storeroom, also for addi? tional machinery for its power-house. For Infants and Children. fhs Kind You Have Always Bought It lr. announced that Messrs. Ryan & R: dtnrtlson have determined to er et a cold-storage idam at Lcavenworth, Kan., on ihrce acres of ground which they have recently purchased. immim labc Cobwebs about a house arc usually the sign that thchousewife has more than she i an il >, theswoy she goes ohout It; that ?11 h r time and strength arc utilized in doing hi avy work; thnt she uses soap in her cleaning. It she Would only u ?>? heavy work would be so lightened that the little things needn't be neglected. G< Id I lust gives i woman time 10 rest, time to visit, time to tead,and time :n sew. It is nun !t liettct ami cheaper than soap lor all cleaning. For greatest economy buy our large package. THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY CHICAGO 51. 101 IS KfW YORK 00SIOS O oooo-c-o -o-o-o o-o-o o-o-o ooo oo-o o-o-oo I.) $ $ I ? ? Virginia Electric Company. r 1 C, O-O-O-O OOOOOO<XH>0-CH>t>CH><HK> O 9 AFTER USING, X>ST.. MOTT'S 2i W Efl CS irSXlVXIXtlNXl l>llil>8 reatromcdv f? r nervous prostration and all disease*] o( thogenerative ?, ; (itherses, i uch n? x >rvous Prostration. I'alllna or Lost Manhoi A, tency, NinUtl7 lira Is Ions, Vouthful IJrrors, Mental VVorry, excessive uso of Tobacco or Opium, which load to Consumption and insanity. With evorj 05 order wo euarantci tocure or refund tho raenoy, Soldat $1-OD per box, <i bOXOS for $5.00. ?51. MOTT'S CUUiVllCAa, ( O., CloTclaild, UUlo. Cni,i mici onui ssadtin e. rn I Do Not Believe There Is a Case of Dyspep sia, Indigestion or Stomach Trouble That Cannot Be Relieved at Once, and Permanently Cured By My Dys? pepsia Cure?MUN YON. AVore than 2,000 Persons in Virginia Have Given Voluntary Testimonials of Ilaving Been Cured by This Specific. Doctors of All Schools Admit That Nothing, Yet Discovered or Prepared, so Speedily Cures as This Remedy. THE W0RD5 OF THE CURED Are Better Than Promises -Results Give Assurance?Claims Have To Be Proved WHY IT IS THE BEST. It is acknowledged everywhere that Munyon's Dyspepsia Cure is the beat be? fore the public. There Is & Rtrong and convincing rea? son for this. Munyon'a Remedies arc not the product of one man. but they are the combined labors of the most eminent phy i s tana and skilled specialists ? f two con ; tlncnts. Absolute purity i> In every ingre? dient. Thoy are positively free from any pi mtclous. Imt deceptive, drugs. They are so plainly labeled, the directions aro so s'mple, tiiat everyone cab doctor and eure himself. Like alt th.- others- Mun y. >n's Dyspepsia Cure was tried and te-t,d -its tili acy absolutely demon? strated before it was every placed Upon the market. A poor medicine, at any price, is expen? sive to a siek man; expensive, even though it may he given to h'.m. It Is not tie- qui stlon win thor a few pennies mme ' in- less are paid out: what you want, what you should have. Is tie llcmedy that will cure. No experimenting; no guesswork'. Everyone should l>o careful as to what Is put 1:1 tie- si-Una h. Don't swallow any j inedlcino unless yen know exactly what ; it is, and what it w II do. Anyone nowadays with a few dollars lean advertise that they have a Remedy that will ein- all kinds of diseases, but i the mere advertisement must not be ac? cepted as proof thai it will do so. What ; is demanded is merit; positive curative I properties. WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY. Mr. I.. C. Pollard, Bon Air, Va., says: "I have used Munyon's Remedies for years. They have cured me of dyspepsia as weil .is various members of my lanu.y of other troubles. I recommend them as being snpoilor to anything I have <ver tried." Mr. R. It. Smith, Berfyv.'lle, Va., says: ??| have ufd Munyon's Dyspt pshi < urc and have found it excellent. Arier using his Remedies my general health Im? proved." .Mr. T. B. Peasley. UM McDonough St.. Manchester, Va., says: "I r.tn quite a be? liever in Munyon's itemedle.?, having used tli-in for Indigestion and dyspepsia, mid llhd th.it they arc nil thai Is eUimcd for them, it la a pleasure lot,recommend remedies llko Munyon's." Mrs. With.im Werktag, of Rill ..it city. Sid., says: "l suffered with nervous dys. peps'.a for eleven years. I wai In distress all the lime; doctors gave me no relief. In despair I tried .Munyon's Dys peps a t'ure. It acte<| like magic I hnl dys? pepsia no more." ' MUNYON'S DYSPBPSIA CI'RK IS ONLY 25 cents.?AT AI.I. DRUGGISTS. ! Miinvon guarantees that his Rheuma? tism CUro will cure nearly ail cases of rhuumatlsm in a few days: thai hla Kitl I ney Cure will cure 90 per cent, of all cases of kidney troubles; that hi- Headache Cure will cure any kind of headache in a ' few minutes: and so Oil through the en tine us: of remedies. At all druggists; I mostly 23c. n vial. Write to Prof. Munyon for free medical advice, 150> Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. A Pennsylvania farmer, living in Walker township, Juniata County, recently underwent a prettysevcre orcleal. 44 I-was bothered with sick headache," he says, "so bad that I used to have to quit work and lie in bed for a day at a time." He believes that dyspepsia was at the bot? tom of the trouble; but whatever it was he declares: "I must say of Ripans Tabules that they cured me. Since I used them I am not bothered with headache or dizziness any more. I would not be without them. They made me feel like a different man." A new ?tTlrpurket rontnlninp tuv nr .ss tisn/j Inn pur" '?rtnn '??(t'.i?utRliwIUnftf foT?vJ*?? drrar store* rou nv? otwts Thin low ITlfWt K?rt n lun od..? for u>r poor um th. wwnomlm; On. nrtll. BvexetlrtearUmf (I >? la-'mle-l ran he liwl liy in?ll by M-ioimir forty elyht naali 1.1 tbr Kir.v* Ph nnMI'akt. No. 10 ; pruce Street, New York or x ?inuir rtrtun it?n Turrt-cs) will h. un< for flv, *? V Time nnd Installment Prire Discount S3.0D for cash . .$ IS 00 .$35.00 We claim It to li? the best Mowr on the world's market regardless of pr're. Staunch, durable und light of draft, lirer.l numbers are sold hero annually and there are more Duck? eyes In use in the two counties than Of all other makes combined. This house has sold the Buckeye exclu? sively lor about twenty years. Old buyers are new buyers. These facts Should incline you to Use the Buck? eye. \y,. invite ex itnlnatlon and will gladly show its workings. Steel Hau Rakes Pelf Dump and Hand Dump, solid steel axles steel wheels, guaranteed to stand?strong and durable?boy can operate either style?prices down low?Iron and Steel have advanced in cost nenrly .'??) per cent., .ind Mowers and Bakes will surely be higher In price next season. Buy a Buckeye this year and take no chances. Implements, Fertilizers and Poultry Supplies. NORFOLK FARM SUPPLY CO. McD. L- W RENN, President. E. C. GUNTHER, Treasurer r.vn. R. Tonn Miueu. iiBiligilii Every Article in our Ready made Department to go at a Sacrifice this week. Percale and Lawn Wrappers, Silk Waists, White Lawn Waists, White Pique and Linen Skirts, A\ohair and Flan? nel Bath Suits, one special line of White Waists, with em? broidery and tucks, former price 75c, go at 49c. Our Embroidery Special continues at _l^C._ YOUR ATTENTION Is called to the REDUCED PRICES ?OF? SUMMER GOODS j ?AT? John B. Loughran's Pioneer Installment fess. ?319 ana 821 Blrt Street. MATTINGS Largest assori n enl ofChi nese and Japanese Mattings in the city. Prices cut in order to make room lor lall goods. Call and examine this line and get our prices. We lay them FREE OF CHARGE. Refrigerators We are agents for the fa? mous Eddy Refrigerators, the greatest ice savers on the mar? ket. Call and see them. Lawn Chairs and Settees All sizes, prices, styles and colors. We are acknowledged to be the leaders on these goods. Newest styles and patterns. Lowest prices. MOSQUITO CANOPIES In all sizes. Easy Terms. Lowest Prices. Goods Marked in Plain Figures. JOHN BJ?1T5 3I0 and 321 Church St. Close at 6 P. M.; Saturdays 10 P. M CTklofce.ter'n Eaoit.h Dlanonri Drnna. ?j all ! ?? DriieUti Di.cci.t far CMthtttir?jr.wr..s /?m ??.0 ..I IraiTw 10 Bed .1..! ?-?*? ufialii.-1 ?11? km. rli?.n Talic ,\tt.tw ntlattfw ?'?.j * ' '' ' - , f . ,_r r.rlt'BLil, c? "Hullor for I.ajMaa,'*in !>!?". ?7 retina r Mail; lo.oeo TMilatMlilf. c.r-r. Ckl.ho.teeOba*?U'?U'o .Mo.ili.m f Hil.tlU. f A. DR. ANNA GIEBING. Rcgistcrea PhysicUn I'rlvale sanitarium ef high repute. Veg etablo compound for female rumplainl\ SI.00. Lilly Wblt? Regulative rills J2. Wives without chil? dren consult 111?. JCOJ K. Ha 111 more at,, Baltimore, lid. BLOOD POISON HAVE YOU Bora Throat. Pimples, Cop? per-Colored Spots, Aches. Old Sores. II rers in Mouth. Hair Falling? Write COOK REMEDY CO., 1677 MASONIC TEMPLE, Chicago, III., for proofs of eures, Capital ?500.000. Worst cases cured In 13 to 3,'> days. 100-page hook free. J. H. COFER ?SHIPPER OF? Hay and Grain, CM Citizens' Bank Building;. Quick shipment and ?aUsfacUon guar? anteed. _ -?