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THE) NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE AND FIVE.
WEATHER REPORT.
Washington. D. C, Aug. 19. 1S9D.
Forecast for Sunday and Monday:
For Virginia?Fair and warm Sunday
and Monday; fresh northerly winds.
For North Carolina?Fair: continued
?warm Sunday and Mondcy; fresh
northerly winds becoming variable.
Norfolk nnil Vicinity,
WEATHER FORECAST FOR
TO-DAY.
Fair: stationary temperature; north?
west winds diminishing.
TEMPERATFRE. RAINFALL! AND
HUMIDITY.
Aneust 10, isao.
Maximum temperature. .- . 80
minimum temperature . '1
Normal temperature.77
Departure from normal .minus 1
Departure from normal since Jan?
uary 1st.minus 11
Rainfall in past 24 hours .41
Rainfall since 1st of month .2.89
Mean humidity . . 92
CALENDAR.
Sun rises at 5:25 a. in. and sets at
jfitiO p. m.
TIDES.
Norfolk?High water, K:07 a. m. and
8:35 p. m. Dow witter, 2:01 tu m. and
2:16 p. m.
Old Point?High water, 7:1? a. m. nnd
8:14 r>. m. Low water, 1:43 a. m. and
1:55 p". m.
If IKK 1 I.><.??.
TXT /VT?7 ATTENTIOnT-^T H E
VV.VJ.V>. montbers of elika
iBETll CAM l,\ No. ;;, can make paymeul
of assessment No. FC. ;it I lie Jewelry
store) of I). P. PAUL. 228 Main street.
If you do not IIml mo Ihero Soven iin
(Paul will receipt to yyu lor the. amount.
A. C. fine, Clerk. U
AKIIINKHKNTSl.
OSCAR P. SISSON.Manager
Week of Aug. 21, 1899.
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS!
M'LLE DIANA
DA NSEI- S E A KT I ST IQ I 11 &
JThO sensation of to-i! iy, will bo seen in
her marvelous Illuminated and elec?
tric dances, Dmcstlng and
brilliant cftccl i.
GILMORE & BOSHELL
THE PRINCES OF COMEDY.
Delight fill entertainers !n n new sketch?
"IN THE FLAT UP-STA1RS."
FOX & FOXIE
X funny Clown und his funny. flavor
dog, In wonderful feats and tricks.
Performances dally, ?;?.::?) and S:30 P. M.
GRAND KK-Ol'KN I N< 5 < >F THE AU
' DITORIUM THEATRE FOR Till:
SUMMER SEASON ON MONDAY EVEN
INO. JULY 10TIII?The houso will hol
cooled with electric fans and liquid air.
New faces ami up-to-dato Vnudevlllo en?
tertainment. Prices, 10, 1? and 25c.
jy!)-tf
Reduction Sale of
Dry Goods Again.
On account of tho storm we did not snll
all of those Corsets. Tho balance of them
with Children's i\ir.i< >ls, and about 500
yards of soiled Embroidery will be. of?
fered on Monday at half price.
Will also si il I ho best Gloria and Im?
perial Ser/^o ladles' Sun Umbrella you
over saw at $1.00.
Special bargains In Check 'Muslins also,
for sale pit Monday ;is follows:
8e. Check Muslin at 5c.
10c. Check Muslin at Sc.
12>.'.c. Cheek Muslin ;il 10c.
r,e. Check Muslin at 4c.
Also about 10 or 15 Dress I'utterns o!
Lawn, worth $1.25, sell at 50c.
C. E. JES^gCli^S,
MONTI CELLO II OT E L.
So. Bell 'phono 10!H>.
Bell Telephonic Communication,
The Southern Dell Telephone and Tele?
graph Company announces that tele?
phonic communication can had over Its
lines with Lynchburg, Vn.; Danville, Vn.j
Koanoke, Va,; Walcelleld, Va.; Appomat
tox, Va.; Farmvllle, Va.: Crew.-, Va.;
Salem, Va.: Bedford City, Va.: Roldsvillc
N. C; Charlotte. N. C; Columbtn, S. c. '
For further particulars enquire at the
puhiic pay stations nnd at managi r's
ofllee. No. C:,C Main street.
60UTIIKKN HKLL T K I .KP 14 ONE AND
TELEGRAPH COMPANY. anis-lw
Pianos Tuned. Roth Phones HOD.
Piano Glearense sale
We are getting ready for a 1>!g Fall
trade and have ordered large shipment of
Pianos from our factory. This means wo
must dlsposo of every Piano In our ware
rooms within next thirty days. We hav
largo ntoek of second-hand pianos I ike
In exchange as part payment on ?'The
Peerless Stelff Piano," Somo of these
pianos we Cioi sell as low as $10.
Write postal for special price list.
Stiefl Factory Warerooms,
MONTICFIJ.O HOTEL. G RAN BY ST.
FEED
Hay, Corn and Oats
A SPECIALTY.
Wo buy direct, and deliver goods from
car in large or small Quantities. OUr
prices are low. We solicit orders through?
out Norrh Carolina.and Virginia, which
Will receive our prompt attention.
CHAS. E. SCOTT & CO.
NORFOLK, VA.
Old Phone 251. New Phono 1136.
Wc ire Now Carrying
A line of Grapliophones, Pho?
nographs and the Edison Lat?
est Records.
BENSTEN &. VANDERBERY,
60 CITY HALL AVENUE.
phone 712. '
jarrMfc,su,tu-Cia
PILOT'S MEET.
Another Meeting Held Last Night
at Engel's Hall
Cterli or llio Urnnd Captain of ttio
Nnllounl Organization Will Ho
Present nt llio Next Sleet.
Ins.
Pursuant to call, thirty-live of the
steamboat masters ami pilots ot Nor?
folk assembled last night at Engel's
Hall, .Main street, to further the efforts
to re-organize tho old local associa?
tion, known as Progressive Harbor, No.
'?>. of the (Masters' and Pilots' Associa?
tion.
Cupt. Joseph Wood presided, and
Cupt. Herbert Foster acted as secre?
tary, dpt. Johnson, of the Accomuc,
rend letters from Capt. Perkins, clerk
of tile Grand Captain of the .National
organization. XhCSC letters staled
that he (the clerk) will he present at
ti e next meeting to help re-organize
the local harbor. Cnpt. Thompson, ot
tiie Accomac, was appointed us .1 com?
mittee to secure a hall let- the next
meeting, which will he duly announced
in the Virginian-Pilot. H has been
learned thai tin? charter tor the old
harbor lias never been surrendered.
CHIiJCOTtFAG'JS POP! I ES
THEY AIM: VERY NUMEItOUS THIS
YEA U? A NN UAL i'EN N1NG
JUST < >VElt.
The hardy lltlo ponies, natives of tho
Islands along the Eastern Shore of
Virginia and North Carolina, are quite
famous.
Dr. George C. Favlllc and Mrs. Fti
vllle have Just returned from a trip to
Chlncotcuguc and Assateague island.;
and at both places they saw hundreds
of tie -.,- little "hank" ponies.
The annual branding was in pro?
gress and the nonles were being round?
ed up from all parts of the islands. Sev?
eral dealers wei'O on baud to buy desir?
able hors< s. 'I'iie mares arc not sold, as
a rule, but kept for nreertlng purpoUFBT
A good horse fetches ordinarily from
j::o to J40. The crop of colts this year
i:; unusually large and the owners say
that Ihoy cannot remember back to
tin' time when the percentage of foals
was 80 large.
BRAMBLETOH WARD
Rev. P. II. Bennett, pastor of Mc
Kcndrec M. E. Church, lias returned to
tiie city ami will (ill Iiis pulpit at 11
u. m. ami 8 pi 111. to-day.
Judge ISdward Spaldlng and family,
accompanied by Itev. .1. I!. Howertpn,
I). !>.. form, r pastor of the Kirs; Pres?
byterian church, b i t en ihi- Merchants'
and Min> is' steamer last muht for Hos
t?n and the White Mountains to spend
a month.
Miss Irene Etherldgc, of Brown ave?
nue, has ri turned from a pleasant visit
to friends in Raleigh, N. C.
Rev. T. C. Wh'itchurst, of Granvlllc
avenue, will preach at South Street
Baptist church, Portsmouth, to-day ut
11 a. m. and S p. 111.
Mr. .1. W. .lehn-,.11. of Rowland ave?
nue, accompanied by his brother, Mr.
!?:. N. Johnson, lias gone to Niagara
Pads to spoi'd a short vacation.
Mr. Harry <".. Buckwaltcr, clerg for
Mr. 1. K. Boyton, has been granted a
vacation ami will spend it with friends
in Philadelphia.
The narrow plank walk on South
Kelly avenue, has been very much
weakened by the recent storm and is
in a very dangerous condition, nnd
should be repaired before a serious no
cident happens to some pedestrian;
ATL'IiTiC CITY IVARD.
Mr. 1:. Goldsmith, superintendent of
tli- Norfolk Silk Company at Lambert':;
Point, is quite sick at his home on Ol?
li? y road, Ghent.
Miss Kva it. Joyncs, of Front s'.reet.
is visiting relatives in Aecoinac cottn
As BOOH as the weather has thorough?
ly cleared up the improvements to the
I Colloy Memorial Presbyterian Church
I w ill be comnii need.
Itev. E. E. Dudley, pastor of Central
Avenue Baptist Church, desires every
1.1 naher to be m . ? hi at the services
to-day.
! The lower end of Front street is in
a wretchc I condition, the mud in some
places being over ankle deep.
Owners of property in various parts
of tiie ward complain of hoys breaking
the window.-; of their houses with stones
thrown from sling shots.
>. IV. Appointment,
Captain N. m. Osborne, general agent
of the Norfolk and Western railroad,
has sent out a circular, approved by
General Superintendent .lames C. Cns
s 'll. announcing the appointment of Mr.
.1. P.. Connors superintendent of the
Norfolk and Western terminals here,
vice Mr. M. II. s. Handy, resigned. Mr,
Conner? is a popular railroad man and
l is advancement gives much satisfac?
tion to Iiis friends.
Anon ii Nuittewi Comity Rxcnrnlnn.
The "id Dominion Steamship Com?
pany will run their annual excursion 16
Ma;hews county on Tuesday ami Wed?
nesday next, August 22ndand 23rd.
The handsome new steamer "Mob
jack" will leave Portsmouth 6:45 p. in.-.
Bay Line, Norfolk, 7 p. in., on Tuesday,
til.- 22nd, for East river, arriving at
Biver Landings about in p. m.
on Wednesday, the 23rd, tho "Mob
Jack" will leave Hick's wharf, S a. m.;
Williams' wharf, 8:30 a. m.; Phllpot's
wharf, 8:15 a. 111., for Old Point and
N01 folk.
Wednesday afli moon the "Mohjack"
will make a moonlight excursion to
Mathcws, leaving Portsmouth ut 4:1",
p. m.; Lay Line, Norfolk, at 5 p. in.,
arriving nt River Landings about 8 p.
in., returning same evening and arriv?
ing at Norfolk about 11:30 p. m.
Parties wishing 1.1 spend a day In
Ma the! ws county enn da so by leaving
Norfolk on Tuesday ev< ning, returning
Wednesday night.
Tiie moonlight trip from Norf .Ik on
Wednesday evening will be a delightful
sail.
Kare only $1 for round trip.
M. II. CROWELI?.
au20-3t General Agent.
liny wood's Carriage*.
We have a choice line nf Heywood's
Che best) baby carriages, that we are
closing out in actual cost for cash at
Wiliamson & Sykes, f>r,i and 563 Church
street. Mail orders will receive prompt
attention.. ?iriO-hv
DIVINE SERVICES TO-DAY,
The Methodist. Presbyterian, Luther?
an, Christian, Church ?f Christ (Disci?
ples) and t'hrisi Scientist publish their
hours of Sunday services In Saturday's
issue.
CATHOLIC.
St. Mary's, corner or Chapel and Holt
streets, ltev. John Doherty, pastor.?
Sunday: Early mass at 7 a. m.;
high mass at 11 a. m. Vespers and ben?
ediction of the blessed sacrament, at 5
t>. m.
Sacred Heart Church, corner of York
and Duntnorc streets, ltev. Father T. J.
Wilson, pastor?Sunday: First mass,
7::i0 n. in.; second mass at 10 a. in. (low
mass), followed by benediction of the
blessed sacrament.
BAPTIST CHURCHES.
Spurseon Mi morlal, Windsor avenue.
Brnmbloton.?Preaching by the pastor.
Rev. L. K. Christie at 11 a. 111. and S
(J. ni. Sunday school -at 0.::0 a. m.
Park Avenue, Brtitnblcton.?Preach?
ing by the past >r, Rev. J. J. Hall, D. 1?.,
at 11 n. m and t> p. m.
Grace, corner of Princess Anne avc
nut and Church street?Preaching by
Rev. W. Russell Owen .it H a. in. und
8:15 p. in. Sunday school .it 9:30 a. in.
First, con. r of Gran by and Freema?
son streets.?Preaching by ltev. Dr. A.
E. Owen at ll a. ip. and S p. m.
Freemason, corner of Fii 'mason and
Hank streets.?Preaching by Rev. C.
W. D?ke at 11 a. m. an I S p. m.
Central Avenue, Atlantic City.?
Preaching by the paste:. Rev. E. E.
Dudley, at 11 a. m. and S p. in.
PROTESTANT EPli COPAL..
Christ, coiner of Freemason and
Cumberland streets, ltev. Dr. ?'. K.
C!raminer, rector.?Morning prayer and
sermon by ltev. John 11. Dickinson at
ll a. in. No service at 0 p. m.
St. Luke's, corner of Hute and Cr.mhy
streets. Rev. A. S. Lloyd. I>. D.,
rector.?Morning prayer and sermon at
ll a. in. Evening pruyer and sermon
at S p. in.
St. Paul's, Church and rove streets.
Rev. Lt. D. Tinker, rector.?Morning
prayer and sermon nt H a. m. Even?
ing prayer at ? p. in.
Si. Liter's, Drown avenue, Bramble
lon. Rev. i". IS. Woudson, rhetor.?
Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m.
Evening pruyer and sermon at 8:IS
p. in.
Emnnucl Chapel, corner of Wide and
Culvert streets .Lev. John II. Dickin?
son, rector.?Evening prayer and ser?
mon nt 8 o'clock. Wednesday service
at 8 o'clock p. in.
CHRIST AI ?ELPHTAN ECCLESIA.
Hall, corner of Mnliby.and Bramble
ton avenues.?Services at 11 a. m.
Norfolk y. .11. V. a. Nervleea,
Mr. F. W. Moore, a talented young
divinity student from Richmond Col?
lege, will speak to men In Association
ll.til this afternoon at 3:45. Subject: "A
Greater Than Solomon." Mr. George
Nottingham will render a choice violin
sol,., accompanied by Prof. Charles
Borjes. All men cordially Invited to at?
tend this service. Meeting of the Hoys*
Gospel Army at 2130 o'clock la charge
of Mr. Page. All boys cordially wcl
: coined.
FONEKALS YESTERDAV.
MRS. EDITH M. RIVES.
All that was mortal of the late Mrs.
Edith M. Rives, wile of Mr. James A.
Rives, Jr., was laid to rest in Elm wood
cemetery yesterday. The funeral took
place from tho residence, corner of
Cciitral and Harmon avenues, Atlantic
City Ward, nt 11 o'clock a. in. In tue
absence of her pastor, Rev. W. H. Ed?
wards, the services were conducted by
ltev. W. T. Williams, of LeKlcs' Me?
morial M. E. Church, in the pres ence of
a large assemblage of sorrowing friends
and relatives. Following were the pall?
bearers: Messrs. IL C. Smlthcrs, J. E.
Fen tress, F. Odcnd'hal, Ira T. Holt, J.
II. Htirvdl, Howard James. John 11.
Thompson and Dr. II. B. Mnhood.
Some of the most beautiful llornl de?
signs seen at any recent funeral in
Norfolk were those at this funeral.
Mrs. Rives w03 an enthusiastic worker
In the Epwortll League and tho most
Striking of I he designs was that sent
by the Centenary M. E. Church. This
represented the Epworth League em
blem, a Maltese cress, composed of
yellow, white and red flowers. The
beautiful emblem of this Organization
was ne t truthfully and beautifully
reprodui ed.
ML. < HAS. II. DE HART.
Tl.. hwerni of Hn > well known gen?
tleman wits held from LoKles Memorial
M. !?:. Church at I o'clock yesterday
nftcrnoon, and was largely attended
by friends of the deceased. The services
were conducted by the pastor, Rev. W.
T. Williams, pastor of the church, who
spoke Impressively of the uncertainty
of life and the certainty of death, and
admonished his hearers to live in view
of the over approaching hour of death,
even though it may come as a thief in
the night. Tie- Interment was in Elm
wood cemetery. Following were the
pall-bearers: Messrs, ll. J. Lambert,
John Prltchard, George Ferguson, Goo.
j Miller, Samuel Morrlsctt ami Mr.
Beard.
MR. GEORGE W. M'KEEL.
Tlie remains of Mr. George W. Me
K- el. who passed away at his home, in
tie- city of Baltimore, Thursday, in the
i 34th year of Iiis age. reached here on
the Hay Line steamer yesterday
morning and were conveyed to Elm
I wood cemetery for Interment. The ser?
vices nt<ihe grave were conducted by
R.-v. Edward Mack. i>. D., of the First
I Presbyterian Church, The remains were
accompanied here by Mr. Arthur D,
: McKcel, father, and Mrs. McKcel,
I widow of the deceased.
Orcitn Vl.-w thenlre.
The patrons of the Ocean View Thea?
tre were prevented last week from wlt
1 nc-ssing all of the performances be
I cause .f the fierce storm. There wore
' ho performances from Tuesday till Sat
?rdny night. Last night many people
Went down to see the hot of the Voll?
eres. Miss Lloyd, (he Whitlocks and
Evans and Grant, who made un last
We. k'S bill.
There is no questioning tin* excel?
lence of the attractions there for this
week. In fact, tlley all take the na?
ture of extraordinary engagements,
Performances art? given at 4:30 and
E :;" :?. in. daily In this theatre, begin?
ning Monday, arid the seats are now
entirely dry arid conifi nable.
We are mnking a spe< ial run on
FINE QUALITY DIAMONDS. Learn
our prices for first-class goods,
THE GALE JEWELRY CO.
Kr?'? r.* imliteri J ree.
Dr. A. Week manager of the optical
department of the Gale Jewelry Com?
pany, will examine your eyes free. De?
fective vision and complicated cases
Eoecially Invited to call. l?2fi-tf
BRIEF lTCiMS OF ISTEREST,
Mr. J. T. Doyle, advance r-gent of the
Al. O. Field Mltisterls, which will ooen
the Academy for the season on Au?
gust 29th, is in the- city arranging for
the appearance of tt?s company.
Mr- O. Kugel is summering at Pen
Mar.
Mr. W. A. Wrcnn and family left last
evening for Old Sweet Springs, W. Va.,
wheie tiny will spend the balance of
the summer.
Mr. K. W. Curd, passenger agent of
the Chesapeake and Ohio railway, left
>! sterday for a few days outing in
Richmond.
Mr. John Evans, of Wilkesbarre, Pa.,
made a pleasant call on J. H.. Slsman,
manager of Miller. Rhoads & Co. Mr.
Evans being from lb' mining section
of central Pennsylvania, expressed him?
self as being very much pleased with
Norfolk and Its surroundings.
Rev. Dr. W. J. Young will preach from
the following subjects at Epworth M.
K. Church to-day: At it a. m., "The
Leisure of Qpd:" at S p. m., "The Petty
Annoyances of Life."
Miss Lottie Bowden, of Hickory, X
C. and Miss Gertrude Green, of Peters?
burg, who bav> been the guests of Mrs.
J. J. Ferris, No. lei Bermuda street,
have retui ned home.
The B. Y. P. P. of the First Baptist
Church will meet this afternoon at A
o'cloi k.
Mr 1!. L. Pace bft Friday Tor his
summer Ii me. at Amtierst. Mass.. t>>
remain there with bis family until Sep.
lember 16th.
Brother Raymond, director of St.
Mary's Male Academy, has returned !??
tin- city after a vacation of several
months in Massachusetts.
Mr. D. J. Mai tin. Jr.. of 62 Pranklyn
avenue, this city, left hist night for
Philadelphia.
Special Olllcer Grimstead, of the S. P.
('. A., arrested yesterday Chum GUI,
<oljred, for driving a pair id' galled
burses. The animals were impounded.
1 Bcutah Poolc, Annie Smith and Jane
Hardy, all colored, were placed under
arrest yesterday for assaulting Emma
Foster, also colored, on Tal bot street.
I The British steamship Inclimaree
cleared for Rotterdam yesterday with
phosphate rock, etc., ami the Norwegian
steamship America cleared for Port
Matin. Jamaica, with a cargo of 60,000
shingles
Lieutenant Russell, in command of
twenty-live sailors, arrived here from
the Brooklyn Navy-yard via the New
York. Philadelphia and Norfolk rail?
way yesterday morning. They are for
the receiving ship Franklin.
Rev. 11. E. Johnson, I). D., returned
last evening from his summer home,
near Richmond, whore he has been
visiting Iiis family.
I>r. A. A. Doyle, of London, ?was
nmong the guests at the Monticelln
Hotel yesterday.
Mr. <;. M. D.llard is on his annual
hunting trip to the Rocky Mountains.
He brought home with hint last year a
large Elk's bend, which adorns the
Virginia Club.
Maty Rjndolph. a colored woman
living at No. CO Nicholson street, swal?
lowed a bottle of laudanum yesterday
afternoon. Dr. Levl Old attended her
and saved her life.
Messrs. Bennett Bros, are to be con?
gratulated on having secured the ser?
vices of Mr. K. S. Taylor as manager
of their tea and coffee business. No. f.'.l
New Market Place. Mr. Taylor is well
and favorably known to many of Nor?
folk's citizens, und having had upwards
up twenty years In the tea anil coffee
business, will no doubt.bit able to give
entire satisfaction to Messrs. Bennett
Bros.' rapidly increasing customers.
We wish them sue..'ess.
Mr. K. M. Killam. of Myers A Co.. left
Via Old Dominion line for New York
last evening.
Miss Emma C. Krcidcer, bookkeeper
for Milier. Rhoads & Co.; lefl Friday
night via the Old Dominion for New
York and Bridgeport. Conn., she being
among the few who braved the storm,
and no doubt by this time has fully re?
covered from the motion of ttlO boat.
Messrs. Fred 1). Perry and \V. Clark
Barrett, of the firm of Miller. Rhoads &
Co.. leave for Virginia Beach Monday,
Where they expect to spend ten days.
Mr. George s. Perry, of Cadiz, O., is
the guest of his brother, Kred D. Perry,
3SI Freemason street.
Mr. P.. II. Harris, of the Southern
railway, lias returned from a week's
stay with his family, who are summer?
ing out of town.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell leave to?
night for Washington, D. c, to visit
friends for a few days.
Dr. J. B. Speight is making a short
stay in the mountains. His wife Is
summering at Pen Mar, Pa.
Htenmer -Sense AftllorO.
Word reached Norfolk last night that
the steamer Netise. that runs between
Elizabeth City and New Berne, was
ashore at Pamlico Point some time
Friday night. 1: is stated that dredges
may be sent down from Norfolk to
dredge her off. It will not be known
until to-morrow morning exactly what
steps will be taken to effect her re?
lease.
?'III Picnic ?? Itin Bench.
The First Baptist Sabbath school will
have its annual basket picnic and ex?
cursion at Virginia Beach Wednesday,
the 23d. Thos who go can be assured
of a pleasant time.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 5
FOR GOLF RASH
Heal Rash, Inflammations,Itching, irritations
and chaflogs, undue or offensive perspiration,
and many oilier gatiativo uses, nothing so
cooling, purifying, and refreshing as a bath
w ith ( U ru DBA So \r, followed in the severer
forms by gentle anointings with Ccticura,
the great akin eure and purest of emollients.
CcTICSIA BOAr It b*TM I a.l it.'ubt lb* not rflVrttt*
lUli |Mlrlff lifts and htaiitlff tftap. *? well ,? tft*> ptirr.l
? n i et.-:-.I hnih. ?,id nurtrrv. N>;<1 Ituouth
ca Hi. >. ti.i. PiiTtnK iitin .m> Chum Con r., Bolt
Prop*., Btttatt. ?? How U> llftff Uriulitiil ^IlD.-? fife.
STENCIL GuTTDKS,
Rubber and Steel Stamps,
U.u.lead, Hotel, Baggage
and Ilrnv; Checks, Seals,
Badges, siracil and Stamp
Inks. Pads. Datei s. etc.
PHfBNIX
"' irt
Job Printers,
Cat. Mvuoo and Clutch Sto.
They Are Honest Medicines. No Misrepresen?
tations, When You Take a Sovereign
Remedy You feel the Benefit.
THEY DO THE WORK AS MEDICINES SHOULD DO
Why Be Hoodwinked Any Longer?Your Life i
... Tco Precious to Trifle With.
FAITH CURES, CHRISTIAH SCIENTISTS AND ELECTRIC HUMBUGS EXPOSED
The People Have Been Burdened With Quackery Too Long?Fictitious
Titles Preying on the Credulity of the Sick Must Stop.
REMEMBER, YOU CAN ANALYZE THE SOVEREIGN REMEDIES;
from Mr.
Sovereign
Extract from letter I
Eil ward J. ValC3 regarding i!i
Dyspepsia Remedy:
Baltimore*. Md., June - , l?>3.
Sovereign Remedy Co.:
Gentlemen,?After taking a few dosi? of
your Sovereign Dyspepsia Remi iy I ;'? !'
relieved of my stomach troubles, it re?
lieved me of vomiting in the morning af?
ter rising, also windy troubles and faint?
ing spells; It also gave nie appetite and a
gen* ral good feeling. I eons der It an
UNSURPASSED Remedy for Dyspepsia,
and 1 recommend It to t!ie public. I have
taken many different kinds of medicines,
but have not found anything to equal
your remedy. With pli asure 1 remain.
Yours respectfully,
EDWARD J. VAT ES.
Sil West Pratt street. Baltimore, Md,
A well-known Baltimore barber testities
as to the efficacy of the Sovereign Kidney
Cure:
6, 2!>, "99.
Sovereign Remedy Co.:
Gentlemen,?I have been a sufferer for
years from kidney troubles?was con
lined to my bed for seven months?sharp
pains across tin* small of my back?could
Rot no relief from plasters, liniments or
medicines taken internally ?commenced
taking your Sovereign Kidney Remedy
two weeks ago?all pain has ceased and I
feel like a new man. My duties as a bar?
ber greatly aggravated my complaint, as
I hud io be on my feet all day long and
bending over my chair was aeony to me.
Your Sovereign Kidney Remedy certain?
ly did wonders for nie.
J. BC1IAEFFER, Barber.
Shop located at i! Bouth Sharp St..
Near Baltimore Street,
Partial List of Remedies.
SOVEREIGN RHEUMATISM CURE, for
Khi umatlsm, aching Muscles, Sore?
ness, Stilt Joints.
SOVEREIGN COUGH AND LUNG
CURE, fer Pulmonary Coughs, Kron
chltls. Irritation of Lungs.
SOVEREIGN DYSPEPSIA CERE, for
Dyspepsia, deranged Stomach, Indiges?
tion.
SOVEREIGN LIVER CURE, for Torpid
Ity and engorged Liver and Spleen.
SOVEREIGN KIDNEY CURB, for dis?
order..! Kidneys. Bladder. Pains In
the Hack. Urinary Distress.
SOVEREIGN BLOOD CURE cleanses tho
Blood of us Impurities, taints. &e.
SOVEREIGN NERVE CURE, for Nerv?
ous Exhaustion and General Debility.
SOVEREIGN HEART CURE, for weak?
ened Heart action Faintnoii, Fear,
Elutterlng, Pressure.
SOVEREIGN CATARRH CURE, for Ca?
tarrh. Sore Throat. Colds. InflUcnZA.
SOVEREIGN INHALING POWDER. ior
Sore Throats. Colds, lnllu
en7.a. Catarrh.
S0 V E REIO N AST 11 M A
CURE, for Asthma, con?
striction of air tuhes,
difficulty in breathing.
SOVEREIGN ANTI
BILIOUS COM?
POUND acts nent
ly and thorough?
ly, neitlirr pain
nor griping.
EVERY*
REMELS
p
racked
In
Wood.
m-:i> WHITE
AND 151.1 5.
LABliL.
For Sale at Following- Druggists:
Burrow. Martin & Co.. Martin's Pharmacy, R, p. Holm? & Co.. J. M. F. Trot?
ter. Underbill Co., Wallnco & Moore, .r.ts. E. Scott, Spellings" Pharmacy, Man
labile A Co.; Andrew I*. Crosby, 11 P. Harper, H. F. Weisel, Of Norfolk; Wallace,
.?v- Co.. city Drug store, Berkley; w. 8. Lnnghorne, w. j. Joyner, J w. Booth &
Bi o., w. k I lodges .v Co.. Joseph V. Weaver, 8. W. Weaver, L. A. Bllisoly, of
Portsmouth.
-TREE AT EID BY IV1A!L_5
Write to us and give full description of your troubles and our physicians will
give your ee.se iht Ir most si rioua e ins deration. The medical opinion of duly qual?
ified physicians will be yours without cost and without price.
SOVEREIGN REMEDY CO.,
Home Oliice: 1237 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
a "The triumph ol a Clearing A
a Sals is won by the greatness or" ^
its prices." ?
JLL 8DIQPIEB SHOES|
? ?
& -AND- 0
$ 0
I SLIPPERS I
b Have been marked at such prices A
? as to nuke this a triumphant *?
? sale. a
? FOR TO-MORROW, +!
X wc have compiled a number of ^
<> lots of ^
v
a and have marked them at prices
v that
week
? that will make a banner a
$ Stores:
o
I 328 MAIN St., 230 HIGH St.. $
?> Norfoik. Portsmouth. 0
A ??
? O O O O -OO <S><Jt-^
COUNTRY CLUB CIGARS
ft per hundred (tri box.-s of iA\. b.iv
rtum, distilled from the "bay leaves,"
imported from St, Thomas.
KOIl SALE BY
JOHN VERMILLION, 6 Granby Si,
Bom 'Phones U3. auia-sa.su-iy
e Hurricane
did a lot oi Blowing last week
and WE are going to blow this
week?and we have good
cause to blow, too, because
we are offering a real bargain.
A Cyrano Plaid Dress Skirt
the very latest PATTERN, for $1.47:
worth fully 52.so. WELL MADE,
FULL WIDTH and BUTTONS ON
PLACKET. Wli.it more can we
oiler for the money ?
WHERE SHOPPING is a PLEASURE
362 MAIN STREET.
PRESERVING
KETTLES ...
i have :i full assortment of Por
celaln Lined, Bl?oand White Lava
Enamelled and Q rani to Preserving
Kettles, .a lowest prices. I
.. ? one Man's and one Ladles'
Bicycle, new, at less than cost.
i>. ,1. MALBON, Hardware,
109 Commercial Place
Both Phones No. 40J.

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