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Special for Monday. One lot of Ladies' Shirt Waisls that arc slightly soiled and mussed, will be sold at less than half price, and many loss than cost of material. A bargain for you if your size is among them. 193 AND 202 MAI IN STREET, JOIN THE ART CLASS. FREE INSTRUCTIONS IN ART EMBROIDERY. Join Mrs. Allen's Art Class. Class meets JO to 12 a. m. and 3 to 5 p. m. $ FALL TAILOR=MADE SUITS, GOLF CAPES, SILK WAISTS, DRESS GOODS Advance showing of the new costumes are admired The new and popular white corded Neck and Belt Ribbons, 19c, 25c, 33c and 49c yard. All silk taflcta Ribbons, all colors, very wide, 25c yard. No. 40 all bilk black taffeta Ribbon, 12/ic yard Double faced satin Ribbon?, 7 inches wide, wo'th SI per yard, now 49c. Satin taffeta striped Ribbons in while, cream and black. 8 inches wide, worth $1.25 ocr yard, now 59c. Wrappers. Light and Dark Percale Wrappers 69c. Fine Lawn Wrappers, $1.00 grade, 69c Percale and Lawn Wrappers, SI.39 grade, SU9. Percale and Lawn Wrappers, $1.59 grade, 51-29 Percale and Lawn Wrappers, $139 grade. $1.59. Fine Lawn Wrappers, $2.00 grade, $1.69. White Muslin and Lawn Wrappers, at $1.19 and Sl.59. Infants' Department. Ladies* and Misses' Plain Colored Sun Bonnets, in red and navy, with white stitching, sold at 29c-, now 19c. Solid Colored Sun Bonnets, white stitching, edged with lace, 39;. grade, 27c. Straw Crowned Hats, trimmed with mull and ribbon, 75c- grade, o3c; 5?c. grade, 39c. Children's 50c. Duck Napoleon Caps. 25c While Aprons. 9Sc grade, 49C; fc9c grade, 39c. Bed Spreads. One case large size White Counter? panes, hemmed rcary for use, 75c. quality, 59c. One lot 11-4 extra sire and weight White Marseilles Counterpanes, $1.00, ready hemmed. One lot large sue Counterpanes, worth $L00, price 89c. One case White Cotton Blankcls, for early fall use, 98c. One lot soft fleecy Silkalinc Comforts, for early fall use, $1.50. Fine Cream White Flannel, very soft. 20e Fine Cream White Flannel, all wool, with yellow ec'ge, 25c- and 30c. Remarkable reductions in our Shirt Waist Department on choice White Lawn and Percale Waisls?the end of the season clean up?a rare opportunity. $1.59 for 52.C? fine White Lawn Waists, with fine insertion. 93c. for $1.25 White Sheer Lawn Waists, witli all over luck; in front] also with insertion. 4 styles to select from. 79c- for White Lawn Waists, with cpen work insertion, sold at $1.00. 79c for $100 White Satin Striped Lawn Waisls. 79c for $1.00 While Lawn Waists' tucked front. 49c for While Pique Waists, sold at 89c. 39c for fine While Shirt Waists aol many left. 29c. for 50c Percale Shirt Waists broken assortment. 59c. for $1 00 Percale Shirt Waists. 69c. for $1.25 Percale Shirt Waists. Skirts. Ladies* Black Sattccn Skirls, 50c Ladies' Black Sattecn Skirts, 75c Summer Corsets. We've a splendid assortment to choose from, all lengths and all pr ces. You can depend on our Corsets being the best to be had lor the money. An excellent Ventilating Corset, med? ium waist, single net, the usual 50c. kind here. 39c Our 50c Summer Corrct is a wonder. It is made lro:n fine French Net. med? ium waist. The better grae'es of Ventilating Cor? nets are C. B., R & G. and Thompson's Glove-fitting, all waists lengths, $1 00 each. We call special attention to the Plaid Madras Corsets?pink, blue, black and white. They art entirely new $1.00 each. Another new Corset is the R. Cz G. Tape Corsets. As this is the very newest Corset made we ask you lo see it- $1.75 each. Palistc Ccrscls. made by the R. & G. ccople, are quite popular at present, aod we have a splendid assortniiiit?$1.00 each. Wonderful Shirt Values. Values more pronounced as the sea? son orogresses getting rid o! Summer sloe'- at prices that must aoccal to econo? mical buyers. Notwithstanding the great values we have given in the past, this sal? is without a doubt the greatest of all value-giving events? one that we could not consistently repeat. $1.50 Anchor Brand Monarch Shirls, 1 two collars and pair cuffs to match, 93c. $1.2? and $1.00 Monarch and Knick | crbocker Shirts, sizes 16 to 17, onlv 50c. $1.00 Monarch and Anchor Brand Shirt-,, 75c. 75c. Anchor Brand Shirts, 2 collars ' and pair culls to match, 50c. $1.00, 75c. 50c. and 39c. Percale \ and Madras Shirts- pair cufls to match sizes 16, 16.'.- and 17 as long as they i last 29c. Men's and Boys' Laundricd Percale ' Negligee Shirts sold in many stores al ' 50c. our price 25c Men's and Boys* Silk Fronl Shirts 50;. grade. 39c: 75c. grade. 55c : $1.00 grade, fa^c : $1.50 grade, 79c. Men's Light and Dark Shirts, 3^"., worth 50c Pique and Linen Skirts. "A!! our $1.50 White Puck Skirts, S9c. All our S3 50 and 54 White Pique , Skirts. $1.89. All our i j and $ j Fancy Pique Shirts. ' $2.98. I black Duck Skirts, $1 50 grade, 9Sc Rainy Weather Skirts al $3.50 and $5 Cr.is'i Bicycle Skirts it 51 and 51.25 DRESSING SACQUES. -79c. grade. 62,'k.:$l grade. 79c; $ I.?9 grade. $ I 39. Belts and Buckles. Some Steel and Enameled Beit Buckles, that sold at 25c, 39c and 50c each; now 5c. Our entire line of 25c, 39c, 50c and some 75c Belt Buckler, now l9c. Gold Plated and Black Beauty Pins, b for 5c. Gold Plated and Black Beauty Pins and Cyrano Beauty Pins, 2 for 5c. Sterling e-ilver Beauty Pins, 5z each. Gold Piated Baby Breast Pins and Dress Pins, with "Pet," "Darling"' and "Baby" script on them, 10c each; 3 for 25c. The new Butterfly and Pansy Enam? eled Broochej, 10z each. Our Black Seal and Co'ored Leather Belts, that sold for 25c and 39c; now 15c each. All our 50c and 75c Seal Leather and Velvet Belts, now 25c. Excellent quality Side Combs, 10c pair. We have a few more $1.39 Cut Steel Trimmed Leather Belts for 50c The new Ziza Pics for the hair, as? sorted stone sellings, 25c. We have a handsome line of Sterling Silver and Plated Gold Cufl Buttons from 25c to $1-39 pair. Shell Hair Pins, 10c and 20c dozen. New fall Flannclctls in choice de? signs, 8c. A larf e selection of Flannelctts in the new fall fancy designs, 10c. Soil, fleecy. Flanneletls in white grounds, with lavender, light blue, pink and black colka dots, suitable for wrap? pers, dressing sacqties, etc., price 12,'.-c Plain Flanneletls in pink, light blue and cream for children's wear, 10c and I."-c. Dimities, Organdies, Lawns and Dotted Swisses, as long as they last, 10 yards for 50c 12'.-clor fine Organdies that sold al 25c 17c for fine French Organdies, 37'jc grade Fine French Ginghams, 17c instead of 25c 8c for 12' J c Percale, yard wide. 5c for pink strioe Galatea Cloth, 25c grade. 5c for JOc grade of Cotton Duck Hosiery Reductions. We must reduce our stock of Ladies' and Children's Hosiery, so have pul ex? tra special prices on sonic lots- These prices continue until all arc sold. Ladies' Fancy Hosieiy, high spliced heels and toes, 25c grade, now 12' ? c. Children's black ribbed Stockings, ex? tra long, double knees and heels, sold al 35;. 40c and 50c, now 19c pair. Ladies' Tan and Brown Flosiery, double soles, high spliced heels, silk fin? ish, sold at 25c, now l2'.-c pair. Ladies' black gauze cotton Hosiery, Louis Hcrmsdorf dye, double soles, high soliced heels, elastic tops. 25c grade, now 19c pair. Ladies' black drop stitch Stozkings, with handsome plaid boots, silk em? broidered, sold at 50c, now 25c pair Infants' plaid Socks, formerly 25c, now 12' J c pair. Ladies' fancy lisle thread Hosiery, beautiful patterns, sold at 75c, now 39z pair. Infants' black Socks, a soft grade of Maco colton, sold for J2,'ic, now 10c pair. Infants' pure spun silk Socks, with white heels ar.d toes, sold at 50c, now 25c pair. Children's plaid ribbed Stozkings, silk embroidered, sold for 50c, to go at 25c pair Ladies' black lisle thread Hosiery, with lace ankles, high spliced heels, double soles, sold at 50z, sale price 37,'^c pair. Dress Goods. We are in a position to give values that will be to your interest to take ad? vantage of, and would suggest early buying. Our policy is to increase each season's business. With this in view, our efforts will be to give better service, greater variety and the best, values that legitimate merchandizing can give BROADCLOTH will be one of the leading fabrics for TAILOR-MADES this fall. We arc safe in saying that you will find no better qualities for the mo? ney than we are showing. 75C. grade in new blue, purple- cadet, tan, browns, reseda, cardinal, garnet, navy, grays and greens. 52 wide. A belter grade, beautiful colorings and fine finish, in gray, tans, 2 cadets, new blue, French blue, navy, castor, purple, 3 greens and 3 browns, 52 in.. $1. VENETIAN, another desirable weave, fine soft finish, 52 in. wide, in cadet, brown and green, crice S9c. 54-in. Venetian, in new bine, French blue, navy, gray, tan and brown, price $100. $1.25 BROADCLOTH. Here is one that will meet your idea of something nice. New blue, brown, rcscde, navy and black- 54 in. CHEVIOTS.?Nothing lias yet been produced to take the place of this reliable and satisfactory material, never gels glossy, nor crushes Gray, tan, castor, browns, blues, greens, purple, garnet and black. 51 in 75c. STORM SERGE-?Fine, wiry and graceful. The colorings arc sharp and clear. Navy, 3 shades: cadet, green, brown and black. 44 in. 59c. SILKS. -A few patterns in Fancy Waist Silks in stripes, blue and white, crimson and white, green and white, yellow, white and black, rose and gray. Former ptice Si, now 59c. BLACK CORDF-D TAFFETA. ? Pich black and a 75c- quality, that will go on sale at 59c. Ladies' Ties. Ties of all kinds, shapes and colors. Every new idea is represent?d in this department. A splendid assortment of Row Ties, satin, silk and lawn. Some solid colors and some with neat edges cl Dresden silk. 25c each. Some dainty styles in Dotted Swiss Scarls, at 25c, 39c and 50c The Zara Puff Ties arc here in every color, 50c each. Stock Collars, with ties attached, made of excellent quality lawn, 25c each. High Grade Toilet Articles. Mennen's Borated Talcum Powder, Bailey's celebrated Boratcd Talcum Powder, 10c box, 3 boxes for 25c. Bailey's Borated Talcum Powder, 5c box, 6 boxes for 25c. Rogers & Gallet's Violet, Heliotrope" and Santalwood Soap, 23c cake, (>2'/tc box La Paristenne Glycerine Soap, 10c cake, 3 for 25c. 471J White Rose Glycerine Soao, 15c cake, 42c box. Pcaro' Scented So.io, 15c cake, Jergcn's Verona Violette Toilet Soap, 15c cake, 40c oox Imported Castile Soap, pressed by Col pate ek Co., 10c cake. 3 lor 25:. Roger & Gallet's Envelope, Violet de Parnie Sachet Pow'er, 39c. Roger & Gallet's Violet and Helio? trope Toilet Powder, 20c. Roger & Gallet's assorted odors Toilet Powder, 17c. Colgate's Violcl Toilet Powder, 17c Pozzoni's pure Medicated Face Pow? der in white, brunette and pink, 38c. (Free simple al notion counter.) Mechanics' Tar Soap, 5c. cake. Garwood's Sachet Powder, 5c. Culizura Soap, 17c cake. Parker's Tar Soap, 15c cake. Colgite's Guest Room Soap, J2'jc cake, 35c box. The Rover C.irboli; So.ip, 10c eake, 25c box The San Rcmo and Mt. Olive Cas? tile So.io, 5c cake. Vioris Toilet Soap, 3c cake. Pear's Undented Scap, l2:ic cake. Craddock's Medicated Soap, 10c cake, 25c box Iris Bianz Toilet Soao, 10c box English Glycerine Soap, 10z box. Old Fashion Buttermilk Soap,l0c box. Dr. Woolridgc's MeJicatrd Soao, 15c box Jergens White Rose, Peau Despagnc, Violet and Jockey Club Soacs, 10c cake. 25 box 7'url.ish Bath Soap, Ic cake. Transparent Glycerine Soap, 5c cake. Majestic Toilet Soao, 3c cake. Bailey's Face. Powder, with chamois in each box, 10c. Bailey's small Face Powder, 5c Colgate's Envelope Sachet Powder, 10c. Lyoil's Tooth Powder, 19c Colgate's Tooth Powder, 17c. Rubtloain, 18c. A WEEK IN SOCIETY A Paucity of Entertainments the Past Week. A ncllcliir?! JliiMcnl in lluiilrrsv. ? Inipro vciiii'ii in at 111ii < i>iiii I r v Club- Iteiiuii ul'a l'nc-titliig I'nrt) ?Illlior Nnio?. Of course tin- husbands musl be amus? ed to keep off ennui when they nre so lonesome, and then it is an old adage which says: "When the cats are away the mice will play." Not that we are likening these married women to cats. Oh, no! It is just that the men may be compared to the mice. They are foxy, these married men. Possibly they have learned a few things in the course of their connubial haj 1 Iness, and among others is to "enjoy the bright days of summer whir they last, for the cold of winter follows." and they live up to this maxim?that Is, Unless wifee slays- '.it home, then, oh, my! "Hoys I missed It! missed all the fun, hut. by George! she'll 11 year, then count nie with you!" Every week i: is less and less! What will the poor reporter do for news ir things don't gel a move on themselves. Perhaps he might resort to his Imagi? nation?If he have -any--and writ,- In? terestingly of ^ay happenings. Who knows what lie might have to resort to? Perhaps, wo said, for newspaper col? umns are more truthful than many give them credit for, and even for the Bake of news would they refrain from giv? ing an unwarranted account ol things that are not. But a word to the v.l.- ?. yon know, so let us suggest tiiit the stay-at-homes?'tis true tin y are few but let them get together to enjoy themselves ns they should, and not leave those summer travi lers "ho have fled from the city, to think that they nre the only ones to whom life is a bright round of pleasure and galty. Possibly it may bp that things are "gay," hut they are down on the di ?! quiet. With a little search we have discovered the reason. Shall wo let you into the secret? Well, listen to hear us whisper. "Toe wives are away." ? ? ? The yacht Westwind returned to the city last week with the party of young men who have been enjoying 1 sojourn at Newport. The party of s .v. Mr. K. \V. McCullough, Mr. T. Tnnnor, Mr. II. G. Whitehead. Mr. M. A. Agclasto, Mr. T. 6. Williams and Mr. .1. S, Taylor, ate ^r?a.tly pleased with their trip. Mr. Whltehcad and Mr. Taylor played In the National Lnvii Tennis Tournament and, although playing .against cham? pions, made very good, scores. Mr. and Mr.--. Walter II. Doyle nnd family, Mr. and Mrs. Karnest Wo?d nrd, Miss Mary Uelle Whit,-- an.I Mr. Linden l>. Starke, Jr., spent list week at the Wlllougliby Club ami charmingly did the time pass at so delightful a place. Halbing, !l..hin>? and the show a: Oceaii View, which, by the way. was an cvccptionnlly line one. were enjoyed, and :iie party arc much pleased with their trip. ? ? * Mis: Lotllle lludcius. of T'ortsm nith, is the guest of the Misses Watt, at their cottage at Ocean View, Mr. R. C. Taylbr is spendin;: two weeks .it Blue Ridge Summit, l a. Mr. Theodore s. Garnett, Jr.. is visit? ing friends at Eastern View, Wnt'reii ton, Va. ? ? ? Mrs; Koid arid her daughter, Mira Kl yle I'ord. of St. Louis, Who have i.n guests at the Princess Anno for s nhe Werks, returned to their home Friday. Rev, Carey Gamble, of Onnncock, Visli I Norf >lk during the past week. Chief Engineer Millignh is now sta? tioned at the navy yard. Misses Flor? et,c and Mary Milllgan have visited Norfolk number of times and have many friends lie:-', tvhn will he glad to welcome them t<> our city. Colonel and Mrs. Waller II. Taylor loft Wednesday for a stay at their Biimmt r ii >mo at Ulue Ridge Summit, Fa. ? ? ? Miss Louise Drummond, of Brown nvenue, has returned^ from Elistabotii city. X. <?.. after a delightful .stay of a month. t ? ? MaJ. R. <\. Ranks ami wife 1. ft yes? terday for the Grcehbrlef White Sul? phur Springs, W. Va. Mrs. Roheit Baldwin left lost week to Join her mother, Mrs. Boy kin, at the Sweet Chalybente Springs. l>r. Rtiflln and Mr. Joan Graham, Jr.. left last week for Clifton Springs, where tiny joined Mr. Mason Dllllard and try their luck in hunting amid the Roi ky Mountains. Mr. and Mis. Robert Lamb and' daughter, Miss Mary Lamb, left last week for a visit to Ne/.v Castle. Va. Miss Elizahi th A. Taylor ami Mr. R. divert Taylor .are at home again after a most delightful visit to the old coun? try. Miss and Mr. Taylor wore abroad about two months, and greatly enjoyed the beautiful 'and strange sights which they witnessed during their travels. ? * ? Mrs. Harry Lee Watson, who \e the guest of Mrs. Fielding Slaughter, ?>n York street, leaved to-day for hor home in Richmond. ? ? * Mrs, Oeorge Blllups has returned from Wythevlllc, where she has been spending the aummer. ? ? * Mrs. J. P. Johnson has returned from LTttict X. ?'.. where site has boon for several weeks. ? ? ? Miss Lucy x. il. of Danville, Is the guest of Mira Nellie Parker, on Bute street. Mr. P. S, phenson in spending vacation at Cape May, X. J, Mr. li. A. Harris has returned from .1 v.sit t'i reintIvos in Charlotte, X. C. Miss Ethel Pace, of Richmond, is the guest of Mrs. Ernest W.Iwnrd, on Freemason a: rect. Miss May Reynolds, of Baltimore, will arrive :Iiis; morning to spend a few weeks at Virginia Beach. Mr. and Mrs. \V. IT. It. Clover and family will close their cotnge at Vir? ginia Bench on tho first of September. ? ? <? Miss Marguerite Ames, of the navy yard, Is the guest of Mrs. Clinton K. Curtis, at Virginia Beach. Mr. Lotta, of Charlotte, X. ('.. is vis? iting friends In tlit> city. Miss Lucy Clebotirno and Miss Mc Gowah arc Iii? guests >>r Mrs. Clover, at Virginia Bench. Misses Blanche and Lillian B.icheldor left .Monday nflcrnoon for Nansemond and Chuckatuck for tho? remainder of ; he summer. Mr. P. A. Agelnsto has returned from the Orcenbrler White Sulphur Springs. Mr. Roberl Tale und family have ror turned from Amherst, Va. Mr. Walter J. Priest has returned from his vacation Spent In London county. ? * ? Mr. Garnett Jordan. Mr. George Sar gcant and Mr. Richard Cooke left Monday for Handy Spring, Md, Mr. Harry Taylor, formerly of Xor folk, but now at Stntinton, is visiting his aunt. Mrs. Loyall. Mr. James C. Robertson has returned 1 from Colorado Springs, Col., where he lias been for the past two years. Mr. Robertson Is greatly Improved in health and his many friends hero are! sind to welcome him homo. Miss Florence Waddy returned from a visit to friends at Virginia Beach, on Monday and left on Tuesday for a visit to the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Itev. John w. Crider and daughter left Wednesday for .Milton. Va.. on the Chesapeake and Ohio. In a few week-; Miss Crider will leave for England, where she will visit relatives and then travel over the Continent. Judge Theod. S. Garnet! entertain? ed a party ?d' seven young ladles Friday evening in a manner exceeding? ly pleasant. Judge Garnet) and his' guests went to the Wllloughby Club at! Wiltoiighby Bench antl there .?pent the nftcrnoon .-Mid evening. Fishing, bath? ing and an elegant supper were In? dulged in. and every minute of the lime spent with their affable host was en? joyed to the utmost. Mr. Edward Brockcnbrough enter? tained a tew of his friends in an en? joyable manner Saturday evening at that ever attractive spot, the Country ! i "lull. Manhattan pool was played, and being a novelty, an well as an Interest : Ing game, was greatly enjoyed. A dainty repast was then partaken of, I after which the party caught the la.-1 , car home. Those who enjoyed this j evening at Mr. Brockcnbrough's ex? pense were Miss Nellie Little, Miss Mary Belle White. Miss Losa McUee. Mr. .1. I'enraon Williams and Mr. Terence of England. Miss Elizabeth Winn is visiting Mr<*. I', fucker Brooke, at Ocean View. Great interest is being manifested over the improvements that are being ii.ado at the Country Club. The golf links have been completed and us well j as adding another attraction to the club, tiny contribute much to the beauty of this Charming spot, which ; at present is in her day of loveliness. I Man? other Improvements are in pro? gress. The bowling alley will be unoratcd and given the regulation length. Three billiard and pool tables j will lie added. Manhattan pool, hand i ball ami shuffle board will henceforth form important features in the club, all necessary appliances being provided to abet these games. The tennis courts are bcitiK repaired and enlarged and promise to lie ninOng the besl in the South, These many changes and nd di'.ions add wonderfully to tins already charming and delightful club. Mrs. Bobbins entertained a party of friends very delightfully on Wednes? day evening at her home, on Goff street. In HuntersvlHe. This affair uartook of Die nature Of a musical. Mr. Shlpp and Mr. McGinn's played se? lections on tin-- mandolin and gultur, and vocal, as well as Instrumental music, was rendered. A delectable re? past was partaken <>( in the dlnlns rooin, where tho table was si>rcnd with delicious viands and gaily deco? rated with Mowers, white and red roses being predominant. But in men? tioning all of. the pleasures of the evening we must not forget the gramo piionc, which was an Important fea? ture, and kept the guests entertained until a late hour. Among the guests of Mrs. Bobbins on this happy occa? sion were: Misses Ethel Turner, Wll licltn Chlirnoc, Novella Wallace, Bea? trice Itelehan. Margaret Flynn und Margaret McDcrmott: Messrs. Mason pbnrhoc, Samuel childless. Raymond Williams, .lohn Hanne r. |?, McGlntllS, Allen McKenzie and Astiue. Mr. Walllngton Hardy has returned from a visit to Monterey, Pa. Mr. Roborl W. Shultlce and wife have returned from a sevon weeks' tour of the Western State?. Misn Louise Jones has returned from a delightful visit to the Misses Royster, at their summer home, near Rocky Mount, N. C., and I?; now at Wlllough (Continued on Seventh Ifaf;o.) SPECIAL. LEMONS.10c. DOZ. NEW MACKEREL .10c POUND. FOX RIVER BUTTER .25c. POUND. STARCH. 3?sc POUND. S BARS ASSORTED SARAH SOAP...25c. We ore headquarters for all grades of FLOUR, BUTTER AND HAMS. Call and get our prices before buying else? where. Respect fully. VIRGINIA GROCERY GO.. BOTH PHONES ?2. NQVUS YOUR OPPORTUNITY I AM OFFERING GREATLY REDUC? ED RATES TO ALE CATARRH SUF? FERERS WHO BEGIN MY TREAT? MENT BEFORE SEPTEMBER I, 18i>0. The coming 2 or ?. months are probably THE LEST IN THE YEAR for treat? ment, being fr e from the extreme heat of summer ar.il cold and snows of win ter. DURING THESE FAVORABLE MONTHS CATARRH PAITENT8 RE? COVER MUCH FASTER THAN IN SEVERE WEATHER.' For this reason I want as many CATARRH SUFFERERS aa possible to BEGIN MY TREATMENT NOW. and*as an~lnducement 1 A M?b F FERINO GREATLY REDUCED RATES; IN FACT, ABOUT HALF MY USUAL PRICE, PROVIDED YOU BEGIN BE FORE SEPTEMBER 1. Can you afford to neglect this opportunity? If you have any Intention of taking treatment at all now is the best time. Will you let Catarrh ko on undermining your health when you can be cured on such favorable terms? Has offices 1 and 2 No. S14 Main street. Norfolk. Va. Specialties: Catarrh and al! diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Chest and Stomach. Hours, 9 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.; 2 p. m. to G:S0 p. m. Sunday Hours. 10:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. Tuesday night and Thursday night, 7:30 p. m. to 8 p. m. Consultation always free. Medicines furnished. Terms always moderate. Eyes i examined for glasses frea of charge. In 4S "hours Gooorrhooa ?*& otu urinary or.