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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3, 5, 6 AND 7.
_WEATHER REPORT. Washington Nov. 15.?Weather lore-1 cost, for Thursday and Friday: Virginia?Fair Thursday and Friday; Variable winds. North Carolina?Fair Thursday and | Friday; variable winds. Norfolk nu'ti vidnnv. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair; stationary temperature; fresh | southeast winde. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND | HUMIDITY. November 15, 1899. Maximum temperature . ?1 Minimum temperature . GO Normal temperature . 61 pepnrture from normal.plus 9 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st ...plus 125 I Rainfall In past 24 hours.0 : Rainfall since first of month.22 Mean relative humidity . 80 CALENDAR. Sun rises, 0:46 a. m.; sets, 4:55 p. m. < TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 7:55 a. m. and | 8:29 p. m.; low water, 1:31 a., m. and | 2:24 p. m. Old Point?High water, 7:31 a. m. and ] 8:08 p. m.j low water, 1:10 a. tri. and 2:03 p. m. Monuments ant Gravestones. The selection of a sultahla memorial In marble or gran? ite can bo readily made from our stock, for we carry tlie largest assortment of finished des'gns In tho South. THE COUPER MARBLE WORKS KMnbllahnl BO Tear*. 150 103 llnnli Nt. Nnrlo'li, V?. mum i>4S". ASPECIAL COMMUNICATION OF ATLANTIC LODGE NO. 2, A. F. and A. M., will bo held In Maron e Temple THIS (Thursday) EVENING. November lCih, 1S99, al 7:30 o'clock. Work In First Degree. All Master Masons In good standing und fraternity Invited to be present. By order W. M. . ? GEORGE W. WlLSON, nolli-ll Seerctary. (Ledger copy.) A.n I'm: <i KNT.1. ^BLOCKHEADS'' To-n'ght at tho -ACADEMY OF MUSIC? Second of the Protestant Hospital Course. Lecturer, Dr. F. D. Power, of Washington, D. C. General admission, 50 cents. Course tickets nnd reserved seats can still bo had at Galllng's Pharmacy, Mon rlcollo Hotel._I_ ACADEMY I lfni,N?V,7. Annual engagement of OTIS SKINNER presenting 'the N. Y. Empire Theatre success, "THE LIARS." Prices tl.50, $1.00, &0e. and 25c. nol2-au-th-fr-3t Academy?Special Matinee 1 . FRIDAY. NOVEMBER' 17th. OTIS SKINNER In "THE LIARS." Prices, 85c. to 111._'_nolfi-St AUDITORIUM THEATRE I JAS. M. BARTON, Prop. Only Vaudeville House _Playing High Class Acts. <?><i>o o&o I Ask Your TS?cefT -FOR TAYLOR & COMPANY'S HOME-MADE SAUSAGE MEAT. I Guaranteed All Pork. ? I Taylor & Co. * MANUFACTURERS, UNDER MONTICELLO HOTEL Free Delivery. 'Phone 946. O-frO OO We Are Going to Move, All our Card slock, although of the I best, will he of no use to us. To dispose of it we will make swcoplng reductions in our prices as long as our Cards lust. OUR $5.00 PICTURES, $3.00 OUR 4.00 PICTURES, 2.50 OUR 3.00 PICTURES, 1.75 OUR 2.00 PICTURES, 1.25 LARGER AND SMALLER SIZES SAME 1 REDUCTIONS. B. S. CAMPBELL, 310-344 MAIN STREET. no2-tu,th,su-2m Ballenlino Building. CANDY SEASON. The Soda Winter Season Is past and the Candy Season Is here. Fresh, new, dain? ty Confections. Our counters are again loaded with the largest and most tcmpUng line of choice pure hand-mude. confectionery. shown In Norfolk. Th?e goods are made by skill? ed workmen in our own factory, fresh every day. We will furnish ICE CREAM in all the popular flavors, for balls, banquets, wed? dings, reception and other soel.il func? tions. i?nd for family use, throughout the w'nter. Goods dcHvered free to all parts of the oily. Norfolk Candy Kitchen, Bouthern Stau? Phone C73. % jeao-7 Jtt BANK BT, NEW JAIL PLANS Five Sets Examined Last Night by Special Jail Committee. Knoll I'lnn - I'muM'SHes }BIerlf? fit tin Own-?iiv a*iitii \ot Itcitolicd ?Kili cm illny lie, , tved II l>0taj'u<l (?> 'Jl'riiiiMiiliilou. ? The special Jail committee, having in hand the consideration of plans for Norfolk's proposed new Jail, met last night at the office of the City Treasurer to inspect sets of plans and listen to the explanation of the architects who prepared them. There were"' present Chairman D. J. Callahan, Judge A. K. Hanckel, Mayor C. Brooks Johnston, Councilmen Edward Camp and Frank Jacobs, clerk of Councils, Mr. Steed, who acts as secretary of the commit? tee, and the following, who were pres? ent in an advisory capacity; City En? gineer Brooke, City Sergeant Lawler, and Chief of Police Klr.cr. THE PLANS SUBMITTED. Plans were submitted by Messrs. J. E. K. Carpenter anil John K. Peebles, associate architects; Win. Kaufman, of Pittsburg, Pa.; Dwycr & Ncff, of Nor? folk; arid M. D. Makepiece, of Syra? cuse, N. Y. Tile latter gentlemen had sent on his plans by express and was not present in person. On motion of Mr. Johnston, it was ducidod to allow each competing arch? itect fifteen minutes to explain his plans and such further time as might be required by tho committee nnd its advisers for questions oil points where fuller Information was required,? CARPENTER, .t PEEBLES; Mr. Peebles was the first architect admitted into the committee room and he was joined later by Mr. Carpenter. They are collaborating in the present matter -and submitted three sets of pluhs and one line, large perspective view. Tliis perspective shows a battlemont ed dud gabled structure of two nnd three stories. Its appearance elicited the remark that in general style it re? sembled the Montlcello. The lirst of the llrst set of plans provided for a large Police Court room, morgue, chief's of Ilce,' Iiis private olllce, detectives' room, magistrates' anil counsel's room, ser? geants'* captains', and patrol rooms; a second detectives' room, kitchen nnd bakery, these open above to outer air to carry off all odors of cooking, rooms for convicted prisoners, general toilet rooms and rooms for other purposes. The second floor provides for assem? bly room, Jail hospital with two rooms for six beds, and two for ten beds, lav? atory nnd operating rooms for doctor, bath rooms for white males and fe? males and colored males and females, room for clerical force, a diet kitchen off Jail hospital and ether rooms. Tho third floor provides for an nr mnry, room for electrical appliances, shower baths, largo nhnpel, Sunday school nnd literary rooms nnd large gymnasium. THE SECOND SET. The second set of plans shown by Messrs. Carpenter ami Peebles differed in many respects from set No. 1. First floor plans of set No. 2 provide for store room for captured property, chief's olllce, his private oilice, detec? tives' room, detectives' oirtce, sergeants' OlffCP; captains1 t'fili-", paJteol driver and guard, emergency room, morgue,' police court room, prison pen In adjoining but separate room and other rooms. The second floor provided for as? sembly room, turnkey and visitors' rooms, dining-rooms, court room, nOx'iii feet, open through second floor, store room for records, and other rooms* The third floor shows sleeping room for the force, detention rind other rooms. The fourth floor provides chapel, library, hospital, prison for boys, sick ward, padded cell, kitchen, store room, dining nnd other rooms. THE THIRD SET. The third set was. In general, similar to the second set, but differed In various minor details. The entrance in all three plans was on Cove street. The fea? tures common to all three sets of plans were, as regards heating nnd ventila? tion; the location of apparatus about the renter of the building, in the base? ment. The heating Is direct with the exception of celt rooms. The heating and ventilating systems suggested one similar to those in Norfolk's new public school buildings. Mr. Peebles claimed that this system would eliminate the nuisance of a foul smelling Police Court-room, The system recommended Is that adopted in the Maryland peni? tentiary. The air in tho court-room RED ROUGH HANDS FAILING HAIR PREVENTED By Ml Tho most offectivo skin pnrlfying and beautifying soap In tho world, :i:< well a-i jiurost anii sweetest for toilet, bath, ami nursery, it strikes at tho caitso of bad complexions, red, rough hand-!, filling hair, and liabvbloinlshos, viz., tho clogged, irritated, inflamed, overworked, or slug? gish Pohks. ?_ 8nM throughout th. wnrbl. I'anin D.litnC.Co?f? l'rcya , B?ltbU. Uvw (4 LI.Y. U t .uiuut C crup'.ii Ion, tu 0 would be drawn oft by a ventilating fun. ? The plumbing In each cell Is to con? sist of wash basin and closet, these to be of brown earthen ware, made espe? cially for prison use. A Hpeclal feature of the above plans is the suggestion of utility corridors so as to readily get at all plumbing con? nections without tearing up walls' or. flooring. These corridors nve also'to be floored with rubber hence noiseless; and through these the guards could pnss along nnd. through concealed peep? holes, Inspect the Interior of the cell3 from behind, unknown to the occu p-Mlts. These cells are to be of burglar-proof Ft?vi c to whole number or such number as Is rtc.Mrbd. Front of cells are to be of S-ltt-lnch railroad steel i plntes, w!lh b?rglnr-propf battens, par tillons of two qunrter-lncli chrome steel (burglar tool-proof) plntes. nnd be Iween those plates sheet of lead for don donor, so that prisoners in adjoin? ing cells- cannot converse with each other. Hacks of cells are to be of 5-16 inch chrome steel, with Hvlted battens, transoms of angle Iron with bars, doors of T;-lnch octagon bars of chrome steel. Th<> cells are to have 3 sennrnte locking devices and he 6x8 feet .and 8x8 feet In sine. Floors are to be or" 2-Inch North rlvnr blue-stone. The corridors nre to be partly sup? ported on brackets and partly by stts ! pension. Entire building is to be fire? proof and lltrhtctd by electricity. Tn stylo tho building would be Ttonian osnue. All three plans would cost about the same. W.U. KAUFMAN'S PLANS. Mr. Kaufman was the second man heard. He presented a perspective showing a modified Fourteenth Century French-Gothic style. In these plans a separate building, facing on Cove street, Is provided for the patrol house and morgue. Between this an<l the main building is a drive? way. The first floor of main bullillng provides for a Police Court room 2iix3s foot. Magistrate's room. Chief's olllce and private ofllco. room for captured ] property, prisoners' reception room, rooms for photographing prisoners, two padded cells, cells for females, jail li? brary, cells for boys, general reception room, dining rooms for white nnd col? ored, rooms for guards, Jailor, City Ser? jeant, boiler room, kitchen, padded coll near boiler room, jnil yard 25x50 feet, anil other rooms. There are entrances on Cove und Avon streets. The second floor showed the attic of patrol and morgue lilted up for storage of hay, grain,- &c, an assembly or drill room 20x40 feet, detectives' ollice and private room, detention room, room for cases requiring medical attention, rooms for police aergeanld, captains, matron; hospital rooms for males, 34x16 and Sfixlfi feet 8 inches; boys' hospital, 22x16 feet S Inches; operating room, dis? pensary, a second matron's room, at? tendant's room and hospital, 20x21 feet, for females; ofllcers* lockers, needle and shower baths, room for supplies over! kitchen, nnd other rooms. | Mr. Kaufman's basement! plan pro? vides for boiler house, engine room, bakery, laundry, fuel rooms, storage, two dungeons, and shows a large .amount of unappropriated space that might be available for future noctis in the way of dungeons, cells, ? storage rooms, ?c. This plan, however, contemplated a basement 4 feet below and l feet above ground, and the committee dis? cussed the matter of Invading tidal water. The water frequently rises to the station-house steps now. and such a basement, to bo available, would have to be. made waterr>roof. Mr Kaufman suggested that the base? ment could be reduced in height nnd be built with less of it under the street level. Among the features of his plans wore direct lighting of cells, ventila? tion of cells by fans located in the basement, nnd cells so arranged Hint none face outer walls, thus malting escnpo of prisoners more difficult. His .il.'.v.s vi M-M. for IK large cells In the station-house with 4 bods in each. DWYR & XEFF. This firm presented a large perspec? tive view of a two, throe nnd four story, lire-proof building of gray brick and term cotta, with terra cotta finish, A striking feature of this sot of plans la n large tower at the corner of Cove and Avon streets. The first floor provides for patrol rooms, police court room. 3S by 32 feet, magistrate's room, engine room, laun? dry, kitchens, dining rooms, rooms for police hoaiUiunrters, detectives, city sergeant; police officials, morgue, and other purposes. Tho second floor provides for police dormitories, photographer, chief of police, police literary, billiard nnd pool room, liirge drill room and gymnasium, city d|spehsary and other rooms. Mil. MAKKPIECE'S PLANS. The plans of Mr. M. 1). Makeplece, of Syracuse, N. V., were reached at a late hour, and were opened ami merely glanced at. They will receive consid? eration equal to that given the others, ut an adjourned meeting -to be called later by Mr. Cnllah?n, chairman of the Special ..lail Commltttoe. Any cither plans, mailed or placed In the hands of express companies during yesterday, for transmission to the com? mittee, and received in the next few days, will be considered. Each of the sets of plans submitted last night nns certain merits and good features, yet it is quite doubtful ir any of them will be accepted ns now submitted. Careful consideration, In n 'eisurely manner, will probably result In a request for further plans, differ? ing In sonic res:>ccts frern any sub? mitted. The plans "f Messrs. Carpenter Peebles, rs shown by their larga per? spective view, Shew n structure unmis? takable for anything but a prison. Their building possesses great solidity and dignity. Mr. Knufmnri has erected a nnm!>"r ofi noted prison structures, nnd he ?pok^ very interestingly on the ro ouirrrrvents of prison construction. AP of the piers 1-Tok tn the separation o<" while'' ami colored, mnle nnd female ndults./nn<l children. The committee will probably meet ng?In Saturday night or early next- week. -' ? ENDORSED FOR JUDGE Maj. Jas. F. Crocker for Ports? mouth Hustings Court. I hr Norfolk ami PortNllionf tl Uiir Ah. korlmloii. ill a (.'tilled Ut>i?llu|t pirnictitt ihu Actio? ol I lie liar 01 Linter City. The Virginian-Pilot .of yesterday morning published the statement thut a meeting of the Norfolk and Ports? mouth Bnr Association would be held ! at 4:30 o'clock in the afternoon, in j the Chamber of the Court of Law and Chancery. In well-informed circles it j was understood that the meeting had . been called to recommend an attorney j to succeed Hon. A. S. Watts, the pres- j ent Judge of the Court of Hustings of j our sister city, and that the action of the Bar of Portsmouth a few days since would be -endorsed. The follow? ing from the minutes of yesterday's meeting explains what was done: MAJOR CROCKER ENDORSED. At a called meeting of the Norfolk and Portsmouth Bnr Association, held In the city of Norfolk, Wednesday, No? vember 15th, 1S99, the following reso? lutions were adopted Resolved, That the Norfolk nnd Portsmouth Bnr Association has learned with pleasure of the action of ?the Bar of Portsmouth, In unanimously recommending Major James F. Crocker for the honorable and Important posi? tion of Judge of the Court of Hustings for the city of Portsmouth. No better or more suitable choice could be made. Mi'Jor Crocker, by bis eminent ability, his long experience ns a lawyer, his high character, nnd hta courteous demeanor. Is not only eminently fit tod for this high position, but Is one of the few men of whom It can be truthfully said that he will add dignity and lustre to the bench. This tribute Is the more readily nnd cordially given to Major Crocker's worth, as it Is well known to all the members of the bar or both cities that he was in no sense a candidate for this olllee, nnd that his acceptance of it Involves n sacrifice of Ills cherished desire to spend the remaining years of a laborious and well-spent life, in the enjoyment of that ease and com? fort which cannot be found in tho occupancy of nny Judicial ooslllnn. Resolved, That n copy of these' reso? lutions bo published in tho Norfolk and Portsmouth city papers, nnd sent to all the delegates and Senators elect of the Legislature of Virginia with the earnest rennest that they use nil honorable efforts to secure Major Crocker's election to this office." THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. ABOUT SS.000 WILL BE ASKED OF THE COUNCILS. Superintendent R. H. Doble, of the Public Schools, Is pleased with the large attendance of pupils. There are about 4.000 scholars entered in the schools now, and the report of Mr. Dobie for October shows that there was a daily average attendance of 3,49!) for that month. The disbursements of the Building Committee on account of the new schools have been heavy, nnd It Is stated ithat the "Board will have to ask about ?S,000 of the Councils. At a meeting of the Board of School Trustees, Tuesday, Dr. M. A. MeCurdey was cleeted trustees to fill the vacancy in the Fourth Word. Miss Kate Ashley nnd Miss L. S. Retts were elected teachers to fill vacancies, nnd Misses Olomm and Ogilvlo were chosen as substitute ?teachers. There were over two dozen applicants for the posilion of janitor of the Fourth Ward school jo fill the vacancy caused' by Mr. Lewis' dentil. Mr. Metcalf was the sueeesfiil candidate. Mr. Boush applied for an Increase of SHOO, nnd nfter some discussion was given $100 raise. Invlfntlnii lo P???.li???t?rs. On Monday night Mr. J. C. Darst, postmaster at Pinner's Point, went to Washington in company with Postmas? ter Waddy, of Norfolk, and these two gentlemen will endeuvor to make or- [ rungements for the entire body of post masters'or, falling in that, a portion ol | them to visit the Norfolk section after the close of the Postmasters' conven? tion, which will conclude on November lTth Mr. D.'irsl went up loaded with maps, I plats ami printed matter relative to the seaport of Norfolk, that is now attract? ing such wide attention throughout lhe| whole country. Messrs. Waddy and Darst hope to in? terest quite a number of the first-class | postmasters who are assembled at 'Washington and bring them back to I Norfolk, and then take them on a tour of Inspection over Norfolk and its envirous, ?' Fire Protection for A lui?!ioiiar. Chief Martin J. Ryan, of the Fire De? partment, went out to the city alms house Tuesday on the invitation of the keeper to look over tho premises anil offer suggestions as -teo cstabllshinc, some kind of lire protection for that restitution.. The chief will assist the keeper In preparing plans for this pro? tection. All In sight of monument. "Newest Discovery" extracts teeth painlessly. S. Y. Dental Rooms. Ennes only, 3J| llaln street, corner Talbo:. r.yr? y.-x inlnril Tree. 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 specially invited to caiL . Je29.tt . I . ? . - .f> COURT OF PROMISE. INTERESTING TRIAL AT QUEEN STREET CHURCH. The Young Men's Society held a ses? sion-of the Court of Promise at Queen Street M. E. Church Tuesday night, quite a large crowd being present. Fol? lowing was the program of proceedings: Judge C. H. Todd?Jeremiah Lyeurgus Whale. ; PlalntilT?W. P. Duft: Jennie Matilda Hackensack. Defendant?R. E. Reed: John Jeffer? son Klhtmoyer. Counsel?Prosecution: A. J. White hurst. Alfonso Henry Mirror; J. T. Kegeueln, Joshua Bed tick. Defence?J. T. Phllpotts, Alexander Marbleslab; F. C. Miller, Tobias Hard spring. Witnesses ? Prosecution: W. E. Brown, Mrs. IIacken?ack; R. L. Bul man. Peter Croaker-. W. P. Duff, Jennie Matilda Hackensack. ' Defence ? 11- T. Parsons. William Jumping Mullet; P. A. Gilbert, Solomon Trout. Clerk of Court?C. E. Knight, Alfonso Bluebird. Sheriff ? Ralph MePherson, Bald Eagle. Jurors?J. W. Parsons. Cyrus Ripsaw; J. E. Ford. Solomon Jnekplnln; F. W. Bnrtlntt. Simon Hatchett; W. M. Moody, Joseph Chlsell; Charles Joyner, Willium; George Way. Censar Ginilett. "We, the Jury, find f.>r the plaintiff guilty, and assess the damages at one ton of coal, snld coal to be put In by Peter Croaker." It Is proper to state that thin enter? tainment was given by the Young Men's, Society without compensation. fimnrnl ul Mm, Tnwrr. The obsequies of Mrs. Margaret Scott Trower. whose sudden death nt the home of her son-in-law, Mr. L. Joe L. Faucheur, No. 255 Freemason street, Monday, has been noted In these col? umns, were held at U o'clock yester? day morning from Freemason Street Baptist Church. The pastor. Rev. J. J. Taylor, D. D,, conducted the serv? ices, and the following gentlemen olllclated ns pallbearers: Active?Messrs. Aubrey Butt, Frank Lathrop. A. F. .McKay. Edward Cham plln, John J. O'Keefe, Steve Henellv. Harry Butt nnd Joseph Mnrso. 'Honorary? ("apt. Thomas, Hope, Mr. Augustus Elliott, Mr. Patrick Thomas. Captain C. A. Earnest. Messrs. W. .1. Dilworth. C. It. Warren. M. F. Keys, Captain Charles Christian. Special weaves for Tuxeda coats and vests imported by RUDOLPHI ? WALLACE, 333 Main street. THE Joseph Brown store: A Sale of Corsets, We have several numbers of standard Corsets, that we do not expect (o duplicate. You may buy them at great reductions from these regular prices. All sizes are not here, but the examination of the list may reveal yours. H. F. Corsets. In k'.zoa 25. 27, 2S, at 19 cents. Regu'.ur price, 75. C. B. Black Corsets Regularly priced 1.00 may be yours at 75. Sizes 18. 23. .5. 2H, 27, 8>. Mi C B. Drab Corsets Regularly priced 1.00. You may snap them up at 75. Sizes IS, 25, 27, 20. C. B. White Corsets Tho dollar sort, at 75. Sl'/.rs 23, 20, 27, 2S. I. 50 Corsets at 9.00 C. B. make, which mean.-! one or tho best S'.r.es 20, 21, 23, 21, 2d, 20. White Flannel. We believe w-o show nn unsurpnsscd 25 cent White Flannel. Tu-dny only, you muy buy as much as you want at 21. Sponged and Skrunk Cheviot. As one of to-day's specials wo offer Sponged and Shrunk Cheviot, 50 inches wide and All-wool, priced 75, and unbeat? able at that llgure. In Cadet. OV.vo and Bright Blue, at 59 cents per yard. Plaids. * We havo 1 styles of P'alds, that were, when first brcrughfout, priced at CO cents. We bought the-v?o 4 to sell at 25, as big bargains. For to-day only, 19 cents. Me? dium dark colorings. The Flannel Shirt Waist in White. Wo haven't thb ready rr.ado. but offer ?<i inch Flannel?Twilled?nt 50 cents the yard. 50 inch White Broadcloth, 1.50. Canvas-Back Outing. A special offering In Pink and Bluo, the regular 12*4 cent^goods?not -n full prlctj? n.t S cents. Fot to-day only. WATT, RBTTEV & CLAY. Blankets?$2.50 It would be Just as easy to say "strictly all wool," but it wouldn't be the truth. These blankets aie the usual., ten-quarter size?by the yard? stick they measure 62x72: inches?have just enough cot? ton in them to make .them non-shrinkable?are soft,warm and comfortable; actual weight, 4 pounds, 4 ounces?red' and blue borders. $2. SO a pair. Strictly all-wool red blankets-rrich black borders?silk bound?size 72x 82 inches?weight 5 pounds, 7 ounces. $4.50 a"pair. The "Mnssasolt" All-wool White Blan? kets, we^gh 5 pounds. 6 ounces, and measure 74x81 Inches. $5 a pair. These are exceptionally good blan? kets. Wo would l!ko you to ' see them. "Balmoral"?nil cotton white Blan? kets?weight, 3 pounds, 7 ounces size, 60x75 Inches?$150 a pair. ? Watt, R6ttew& Clay DOZIER'S Ladies' 25c. Linen Handkerchiefs at 121c *We have now on sale at \2%c. each ciuite a number of dozens of Ladies' alMinen hemstitched handkerchiefs, with beautiful drawn work near the hems. They are imported. A most fortunate transac? tion with an Irishman enables us to let you have them at half their actual worth? \2% instead of 25. The drawn work is deftly done by Irish nuns. You'll find any kind of hand? kerchief here you want, at most any price. S. DOZIER, 206 Main St., Norfolk, Va. ACADEMY OP MUSIC BUILDING. Short Coats tor Stylish \ Dressers | i There's an individuality iboul our bnort Coats for Ladies inthe style?the finish, the workmanship ? the fit? and above all?the price? nobby coat ideas in Tan, Mode, Navy. Brown, Gar? net, etc., in box effect, heavy seams?and the prices? _$5^K> to $25.0O_ _ Our Windows Tell the Stylos. The Montlcello Corner. 1 ?<s>o o<o-> <*.??<> TAKE) DR. PARKER'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS For Dyspepsia or Indigestion. 25 DOSES FOR 10c. Money refunded if not satisfied. ' FOR SALE AT Trotter's Drug Store, 388 Main Street CorjChurch. OUR STOCK extensiv? and carefully selected. Is now ready for Holiday Demand NOTABLE ENGRAVINGS, PICTURES of high Artistic merit in Water Color, Pastel, Carbon and Plati? num. FRAMES In endless variety, from Dainty French Brass to Sombre Holland MIRRORS for .ill uses, nvounttjd^to suit. Novelties I? BRIC-A-BRAC, ^VASES. CLOCKS. &e. _\ , , ?., STATIONERY?The laust ideas in color and stylo. , , , . , , We have made ready early and advise selection nt once while stock. 1? complete, LQUGNRAN.-0 PRIE?R; *74 CHUB.CU STREET,. NEAR M' ~1