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THE NEWS OK NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3, 5 AND 6.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 22. Virginia: Showers Thursday. Fri? day generally fair, with cooler in northern and western portion; light to fresh south and west wind*. iNor th Carolina: Fair Thursday and FrMay; light to fresh southerly to west winds. Norfolk nnd Ylcln.Hr. W FATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Rain nbinued warm; southwest Winds. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. I November 22, 1809. Maximum temperature . G8 Minimum temperature . 45 Normal .temperature . 48 Departure from normal.plus 8 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.plus 172 Rainfall in past 24 hours.0 Rainfall since first of month.22 Mean relative humidity. 88 CALENDAR. Bun rises 6:62 a. m., sets 4:51 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk: High water 1:16 a. m., 1:2G d. m. Low water 7:09 a. m., 7:42 p. m. , Old Point: High water 0:65 o, m., 1:05 d. m. Low water 6:48 a. m., 7:21 p. m. Monuments and Gravestones. i The selection of a suitable memorial In marble or gran? ite can be readily mado from our stock, for wo carry the largest assortment of finished desrgns In the South. THE CQUPER MARBLE WORKS Estnlillabed SO Years. 150-10? tin HI, Wortolk, V?. HA It It I KD. L?YADAVRAM SAY.?Wednesday even? ing, November 22, at tho?resldence of Mrs. Ohas. G. Ramsay, Ghent MR. W. H, t. LOYALL and MISS NAN CHAR? LOTTE RAMSAY._ ,11 ICR I INtt*. Stockholders Meeting:. The first meeting of tho stockholders of The Norfolk Railway and Light Company under tho agreement of consolidation of the Norfolk Street Railroad Company and The Norfolk and Ooenn View Railway Company is hereby called to bo held at the. Citizens' Bank, 191-195 Main street, In tho city of Norfolk, Viu, at 11 a. m. of Tuesday, December 6th, lSl'O. r. Lancaster Williams. President. Dated November 21st, 1S99. no22-tdm vnotTce ! TO THE stockholders of the I ROANOICE AND TAR river RAIL? ROAD COMPANY. A general meeting of the Stockholders of the Ronnoke and Tar River Railroad Company has been duly called and will j bo held at the office of tho Company, In Portsmouth Va., on SATURDAY, Decem- | her ICth, A". D.. U99, at 1 o'clock p. m. Tho objects and purposes of said mooting | arc as follows: 1st. For tho purpose of considering the consolidation of tho Roanoko and Tar River Railroad Company with the (Ra? leigh and Gaslon Railroad Company, and ulso to consider and asree upon tho terms and conditions upon which the consoli? dation with such?tho Raleigh and Gas ton Railroad Company?shall be made. 2d. And also to consider the salo to the Raleigh und Gaston Railroad Company of the properly and franchises of the Roa? noko and Tar River Railroad Company, nnd tho terms and conditions of such JOHN H. SnARP, Secretary. Portsmouth. Va., Nov. 11, 1S99. no!2-30t tnVKKMKNm ACADEMY j a^^h Matinees Wednesday nnd Saturday. OLYMPIA OPERA COMPANY". To-nlRht Double Hill. ?MASIAGNl'S? Cavaleria, Rusticana and Mikado. Prices, fiOc, 35c, 25o. NO extra charge for reserved seats. no3t-" rp HE BILL OF ATTRACTIONS A3 JL presented last evening at tho Nnv Franklin Theatre, goes to provo that the j intentions aro to present tho best vu.ude villo performance. <n Um city_ The attractions for this week aro strict? ly first-class, introducing many clever I performers, headed by M?ns. Dubec and his wonderful trained animals. This net | Is a feature well worth witnessing. There aro 20 other special ties, all worthy of mention. AUDITORIUM THEATRE ! JAS. M. BARTON, Prop. Only Vaudeville House _Playing High Class Acts. How About Your Large Portraits You wish for Christmas? Campbell has cut his prices way' down this year, with all his other work. Ho does not wish to carry any card mounts or frames with Qiim to his new studio. See him before placing your order. Bo S. CAMPBELL, 3?-2H MAIN STREET. After January 1st over Vickory's book store. _no2-tu,th.su-2m ^ Eight Bars Octagon Soap for 25cTl !\ to all purchasers of our .Tea or f Coffee Friday and Saturday this ii 7 week. <il Y Fox River Butter ..2Sc. and 20c. 41 J,y Elgin Butter .....25c. ;i a - SUGARS AT COST. BENNETT BROS., ^ 59 New Market Space. J do you know "RE NOV ATI NO HAIR MATTRESSE3. We have all kinds in stock, and mada c< txMt materials. , .WILLARD E. BROWN. 123 Main atrcoU SN NORFOLK . LEOAL CIRCLES Norfolk, Heat, Light and Power Company Chartered Yesterday. MANDATORY INJUNCTION ( I?ill ortlao t'onuty Court Require,! to Permit Kxui.iltiaitiin of itotMtr*, Kto. in iiIh onice?Ii. tho l.nw nu<i I'bniieeiy ? ourt ? l?roi??>riy Triiii** Tora?l'ottllo.i In Bankruptcy. Another electric light company has secured a charter here. Judge Hanckel, in chambers, granted a charter yester? day to the Norfolk Heat, Light and Power Company, the purposes of which are to construct, operate ttnd maintain suitable plants for the manufacture of electricity and distributing It through the city. This company made a bid for the city lighting contract, which with others was opened by the Light Com? mittee of Councils yesterday. It's cap? ital stock may, by the provisions of the charter, be Increased from $30,000 to $300,000, divided into shares of $100 each. The principal office of the company shall be In Norfolk. The officers are: George M. Bunting, of Chester, Pa., president; TV. D. Ponder, of Norfolk, Philadelphia, secretary; Harold P. Philadelphia, secretary; Hnrolr P. Keen, of Philadelphia, treasurer; and James II. Dawcs, of Philadelphia, gen? eral manager. The above, with L. B. Gaskins, of Portsmouth, and David Ponder, of Norfolk, compose the direct? orate. - _ This Is the second electric light com? pany chartered In Norfolk within the past two weeks. MANDATORY INJUNCTION. Judge R. R. Prentls, of the City Cir? cuit Court, yesterday granted the mo? tion of Mr. Laurence Waring, publisher of the Daily Record, a court sheet, for a'mnndntory Injunction requiring Mr. A. H. Martin, clerk of tho Norfolk County Court, to allow the complainant to inspect tho deeds and other instru? ments admitted to record in his office. The mandatory order of tho court was Issued, but a motion to dissolve the In? junction will be taken up at some fu? ture time by Judge Prentls. Major J. F. Crocker was counsel for Mr. Martin, and Mr. Clnggett B. Jones represented Mr. Waring. Mr. Martin refused to allow Mr. Waring access to the records unless he paid for the privilege. Tho Injunction proceedings has attracted considera? ble attention. It is probable that the matter will be carried to the Court of Appeals. PROPERTY TRANSFERS. In the clerk's office of the Corpora? tion Court yesterday the following deeds of bargain and sale were admit? ted to record: D. A. Young to F. P. Williamson, lot fronting 50 feet on the east side of Windsor avenue, 55 feet south of High? land avenue; $1,400. The Norfolk Company to W. F. Smith, lot fronting 37 feet fi Inches on the west side of the street west of Stockley Gardens. Ghent; $2,700. Same to Mrs. John Willis, Jr., lot fronting 37 feet C inches on the west side of the street west of Stockley Gar? dens, Ghent; $2,700. Alice K. Addington to Baynie T. Roed, two lots beginning at tho south? east corner of Wide and Franklin streets and fronting 56.3 feet on Frank George W. Gilbert, Patrick Hart and Samuel C. Phillips, trustees of the Twin City Permanent Building Asso? ciation, to James Corbett, lot with im? provements fronting 20 feet on Ute northeast side of Brown avenue, near Park avenue; $1,730. The Norfolk Company to LT. S. Her? man, W. W. Dcy and A. W. Creccy, two lots fronting 25 feet each on the west side of the street west of Stockley Gardens, Ghent; $2,700. LAW AND CHANCERY COURT. In the Court of Law find Chancery n judgment for $7S3.41, with interest from July 25th, ISflU, wns entered for the plaintiff in the case of Walter L. Stan? ley, receiver for the Boyd Land and Improvement Company, against the Norfolk Trust Company. In tho case of Hllllnrd's executrix, against Hllllard's heirs, etc., in chan? cery,'a decree wns entered ordering the sale of the property left by Louis Hil liard, deceased, for the settlement of tho estate. In the case of Richard R. Tunslall, trustee, vs. the Boyd Land and Im? provement Company, et als.. Walter L. Stanley, receiver of the defendant com Itching, Burning, and Scaly Eruptions of the Skin and Scalp with Loss of Hair CURED ByTuTICURA. The treatment is simple, direct, agreeable, and economical,: and in adapted to the ?.ointm? ent infant as well as Adults of every ajio. Ilatho the alTected parts with II"r W?tisu and CUTICUn.V SOAP to cleanse Um skin of crusts and scales, and soften the thickened cuticle. Dry, without hard rubbing, and a!'P',v CtrwcURA Ointment freely, to allay itching, irritation, and Inflammation, ami soothe and hcal,.tn?l lastly take the < V t ifluit.V IJksolvknt to cool and eleate-e the blood. This treatment affords instant relief, permits rest and sleep, and points to a speedy, [tcrma ltont, and economical cure when all otnt r rem? edies and evontho liest physicians rail. Fold rr.Turhfr?. tVicK.Tlll: S?t. ?I lit nr. CnTICt>nA BftAI'.aV i OlSTMET.-V?.: K?V>!.V?M tllf.lt ?1**1. Mo. IMttih Imm ?ki> Chi?. Cnsr., So* I'roy. It..,let. mt "Uuw to Cu.c Uumou," H-p*C? W.-fc, ft?c. pany, was directed to compromise with | R. Taylor Gleaves In full for oil past .assessments on stock sold by Gleaves to E. P. Parker, by receiving $100 In cash, upon the payment of which\R. Taylor Gleaves is released from further | liability on account of assessments, al? ready made upon said stock. A BANKRUPTCY PETITION. A petition iu bankruptcy has been ] filed in the otlice of the clerk of the 1 United States Court by Joseph Bcskln, formerly of the Reuben Grocery Com? pany, on Water street. Liabilities, $1,100, no assets. The only creditor of the petitioner is B. Miller. Mr. -P. J. Morris is attorney for petitioner. The1 Reuben Grocery Company, of which Bcskln was a member, has paid f>0 ;nts on the dollar to Its creditors, it Is said. Tho Reubens put up the rrion f, it Is understood. A DIVORCE GRANTED. In the Oily Circuit Court of last week I- so Prent la presiding, John Thomas Mnthews was granted a divorce from his wife. Sarah B. Mnthews. AV. B. LSarton was plaintiff's attorney. MONEY IN OYSTERS. REPORT OP STATE BOARD OP FISHERIES. Governor Tyler has received the re? port of the Stale Board of Fisheries J for tile eighteen months of the operation I of tho law creating the board, since April, ISflS. The report 1s supplemental to that j made to the Governor several months Ingo, and makes even a better showing than the first one. It shows In unmis? takable figures that the law has been successful beyond the expectations of those who framed it. CHANGES RECOMMENDED. Rut, notwithstanding the remarkably line showing made by the law, the board accompanies the report with a number of suggestions to the Governor regard? ing changes to be made by the next | General Assembly. There are also seve? ral important changes recommended in the general law regarding the taxation of tongcrs, the survey of oyster beds, etc. Governor Tyler would not allow these recommendations to bo made public, and their nature can only be surmised j from expressions of members of the | board in conversation. FIGURES FROM THE REPORT. The following figures, taken from the (-report, form a?vecapilulation of the more detailed statements of the report: | Total amount collected for the first eighteen months of the law's operation.S 73.90S 40 I Total expenses. 30.1197 34 Not revenue to tho State..$ 42,500 34 Total revenue for the previous year.? 29.9S5 20 I Total expenses. 31,693 43 Deficit.1.80S 23 Difference, adding dellcit.$ 43,317 20 I Total income for four years, lS94-'95, "96, '97 . 131,630 3S [ Total expenses for the same time. 116,885 10 Not .% 14,745 2S I Average. 3.6S6 32 I Average annual expense under the old -law. 29,221 20 Annual expense under the new law. 20,264 88 Governor Tyler Is asked to join with the board In recommending to the Gen? eral Assembly certain changes In the law. A CANNING FACTORY. PROPOSITION TO ESTABLISH ONE AT LAMBERT'S POINT. It Is known that a Northern capital? ist recently spent several days In this section with the view of selecting an eligible location for a vegetable can? ning factory. Ho was most favorably impressed with Lambert's Point, and the old celluloid factory buildings. Aft? er several interviews with the Norfolk gentlemen in charge of this property, he left for the North, with the Inten? tion of returning at an early day. Yesterday a representative of the Vir rlnian-Pilot applied to a gentleman who is In possession of the facts for de? tailed information. He said that while he could confirm the report, as above atrtWwed; he did n.-.t feel tit liberty to give the prospector's name, but that on his return to Norfolk he believed an ar? rangement would be. made by which a large vegetable canning plant would bo established at the point mentioned. "Never quit certainty for hope." Never take a nirdlelne of doubtful value instead of Hood's Sarsaparllla which is sure io do you Rood. Oxford herring-bone suitings; a pleasure to show our lurge variety. RUDOLFIII & WALLACE, 333 Main street. A Kcff ruilortnkliig I'olnblliitiiiipiii has been opened by Thomas Scott's Sons & Co.. at No. 30 Charlotte street. Funeral orders will receive prompt at? tention day or night. Mr. George J. McDermott, manager. Southern Bell "phone No. S5". ocl5-tf A look through our lino of suitings will post you on what to wear. You' know bow we make and fit our gar? ments. RUDOLFIII & WALLACE, 333 Main street. *>iipcr?iitcii?le"t ?I Pllbllo Printline Candidates for offices soon to be fill? ed In Virginia aro multiplying. T,wo1 citizens of Norfolk have made known their aspiration to serve the State In ah official capacity. The first, Mr. Eck les, is mailing nn aggressive canvass for th? ofllce of Commissioner of Labor. YVsterday Mr. John C. Seibert, of the Norfolk Dispatch,^Informed Ihe Vlr ginlari-Pilot that lie was in the field for the office Of Superintendent of Pub. lie Printing, nnd that he was receiving encouraging responses from members elect of the General Assembly whose support he has solicited. Okeantl o l?l As.oelm l??n. This Organization will this evening celebrate Its 20th anniversary by enter? taining the congregation of St. Paul's P. E. Church. A reception will be held from S to 10 d'eiock; at which a musical program ?III be rendered ,and refresh? ments be served. Miss Ethel Neely, Mr. \Villl:?m Rloharda; and Mr.' W. G. Elliott will render choice selections, and Rev. W. D. Powers will read from his poems. These occasions are always tilghl> enj ynblo, and l<^|ft?fe forward to with interest,, ^fimtM THE FLEMING CASE The Princess Anne Justice Did Not Show Up Yesterday. II living Been United by Justice Ilnl tou Tuesday For Ilm Apiicwrnttcir -lIHOmii Wim *iDl tailed Oilier roller llemi. The case of Oscar I. Fuming, ^ the Princess Anne county magistrate, was not called in the Police Court yesterday morning. Justice DaltonV who Issued the warrant for his arrest, on com? plaint of Mr. George. T. Duby, that he (Fleming) had displayed a pistol and threatened to shoot Into a crowd at Armstrong's hardware store on Com? mercial Place, had bailed the accused for his appearance next Tuesday morn? ing. " Meanwhile Fleming Is at his home, which has been converted Into a fort? ress and garrisoned. 'A strict watch has been maintained nightly elnce Sat? urday, and It Is safe to say that this will be kept up for some time to come. Messrs. Wolcott & Wolcott, counsel employed by young Snyder's family to prosecute Fleming, have made formal application to Judge White, of Princess Anne County Court, for a special grand jury to consider a bill of Indictment against Fleming. Commonwealth's At? torney Acklss joined In the request. Judge White now has the matter under consideration. The attorneys have de? cided that they cannot have Fleming re-arrested. COMMITTED TO JAIL. John Kaufman, who created a scene Tuesday at the corner of Church nnd Union streets, and In a drunken frenzy tore Onicer Mason's coat nearly oft, was arraigned, tried, convicted nnd lined $5 and costs fur his indiscretion. The amount oversized his pile and he was piled over to Hotel de Lawler. where he will sojourn for several days. OTHER CASES. Other cases were disposed of as fol? lows: Blnora Rlddlck, colored, faced a charge of assault, preferred by on erst? while friend, Mary Purvis. The war? rant was dismissed at the latter's cost. Robert Wilson, colored, charged with stealing and threatening to cut Mr. W. P. Dodson, was committed ten days for further examination. William Stuth, colored, charged with fighting, will be tried Snturday. Two white men were dismissed upon the charge of fighting. A negro arrested as a sick nuisance was told to go and recuperate. Two drunks each paid $1 and costs: another paid 50 cents for his ride In tho patrol wagon, nnd two others were dis? charged. West-of-England-flnlshed worsteds for full dress suits, shown by the lead? ing tailors, RUDOLPIII & WALLACE, 333 Main street. IMrr ?itoninor To?led. The fire steamer Steed, which is a part of the Queen street engine house equipment, was given a test yesterday. It will bo recalled that the Steed has been laid up for repairs. Yesterday's trial demonstrated that a few defects remained to be remedied. OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 5 Relief in Six Hours. Distressing kidney nnd bladder disease relieved In six hours by "New Groat South American Kidney Cure." It Is a great surprise on account of Its exceeding promptness in relieving ptln. In bladder, kidneys and back, In inalo or female. Re? lieves retention of water almost Immedi? ately. If you want (iiilck relief and cure this" is the remedy. Sold by Walke, Mar? lin & Gray druggists, Norfolk. Va. w&th-ly_ FOR RELIEF FUND OF St. Vincent's Hospital LECTURE UPON THE " BATTLE OF WATERLOO ! " to be given by R. Dovcreux Doyle.- Esq., at the Academy of Music on MONDAY. THE 27T11 DAY OF NOVEM? BER, ISM. AT 8 P. M. under the auspices of the following com? mittee and patrons: Central Committee Relief Fund of St. Vincent's Hospital?Hon. T. II. WillcOX, .lanus W. McCarr'ck. A. P. Thorn, Hon. James B. Heath, Hon. Barton Myers. PATRONS. Richard H. Baker. Hon. T. S. G.tr n.tt Colonel P. T. Woodlln. U. S. A.: lion" T. R. Borland. Major T. L Casey, U S A.: Richard Walke, T. F. Rogers, Polonel William Lamb, General .V. D. Groncr, Hon. D. Til. ker Brooke. Tnsewell Taylor. Tench V. Tilglunan. John White betid lion C. ISrooks Johnston. Itichard B. Ttinstall, WynJham It. Mayo, D. J. Oallnhan George ('hamberla'.ne. Rev Dr. Simon ebben. Lieutenant William Trux tun U S N.: Br Kirkkind Ruflin. John 1* kovlll G. M. Serpell. Edward S Mri honev John Vernv'.llfon, Henry B. Rear don Dr. SouUlgate Leigh, John B. Jen? kins Captain A. M. Higglns. Dr.'E. B. Fetid John .1 Samuels, W. B. Luigley, Charles Sharp John O. Tilton. George Mein tosh Edward it. Bilrd. James E. B?rry, Jr., Colonel C. A. Nusb, Frank P. Mein tyre. w. T. 'Brooke; C. H. Cmsoivn, Colon."l Walt'r II. Taylor. Commander C. K Curt:.--. U. 8. N.: Captain Nathan'e! Burruss Lieutenant Commander Reeves, V a N.? Jo.-.:-h A. Walton. D. Lowen l.Vrg t''iu'oni'l L. D. Starke. J. W. Terry. Dr. John F. Woodward, Henry Jones, Pnrrruel C Phllilnsj John F. Lawler, Dr. G-corgo Rose, WIH'am M. Wbaloy, M. w. M?son M. Umstadter. George Blllups. W, w Dey. BERKLEY. L B. Allen. Captain M. C. Keeling. PORTSMOUTH. Colonel William H. Stewart, Colone F. Crocker, William H. Parker. Esq., Colonel 11. C Hudttlns. Dr. L. Aug. B;!i sciv, Goodrich Hattoh. In addition to the lecture there will b* nmsi s at and during an Interval Miss Kindred Will .uns will sing. Tickets may l>o had :it tins drug stores of Messrs. Holmes. Burrow, Martin & Co., Catling, in MVmtlcCllO Hotel, ,J. M. F. Trotter, Seneca Brothrrs, Wallace Sc. Moore, the book stores of Alfrlend & Co., Vlckery Sc Co., and other p'.i tes. General admission 50 cents. Balconies, 25 ci i.ls. Seals may be reserved at the Acudeiuv nn frldav. Saturday and M\3n day, no23 WATT, RETTEW & CLAY. Dr. Denton's Children's Knit Sleeping Garments. The Dr^ Denton Children's Knit bifurcated hygienic sleep? ing garments have ihe endorse? ment of the best health au? thorities. They lo^k like combination suits. They button on the back. They have woven feet. ?The sleeves have attached; turn? back culls that can be turned down over the hands, closing with a draw string. They tit close' to the neck. They have a handkerchief pocket. Sizes from V/i to 10 years?50c. each. The "D. G. U." Sheets. 50c. Yon never could match them at the price, and now that cotton has taken a jump, you can't match them at a tract ion less than 62c. They are made of standard cotton. Torn and dry ironed. Hemmed ready for use: Size 90x90 inches. 50c. ?15x3ti-inch P'llow Cnsi'S?extra quality cotton?have woven tape borders? 10o. each. 1 lotustItched, I2'.~c. each. Watt, Retlew& Clay DOZIER'S. New Venetians 50c. per Yard. Good tidings! We've just opened, marked and put on sale a line of beaulilul, all wool Venetian Suitings in brown, tan, blue, green and red at 50c. per yard. This special sort of suiting is in the heighth of popularity at present. They use it for making those charming suits that are so much in vogue. See it. New Corduroys for Waists Are shown in cerise, royal, French blue, navy blue, brown and black, at 59c. per yard. Very new and quite proper for the new waists. Silk and Wool Knit Underskirts For ladies, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and-$2.00. Some have rich, mingled colored borders; others plain. S. DOZIER, 206 Main St., Norfolk. Va. ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILDING. Seeded flnlsins .10c. package | Cleaned Currants.10c. package Sliced Citron, Orange and Demon Peel.10o; package Best Citron .12t4c. pound Shelled Almonin .3?C. nound New Mixed Nuts.Kv. pound English Walnuts .13c. pound Soft Shell Almonds .ISc. pound Our Jtoynl Patent Flour.Jt.25 This is the iK'si Hour on the market. Every barrel fully guaranteed. Give it a trial. VIRGINIA GR06ERY 60., 61 AND 63 NEW MARKET PLACE. DOTII PHONICS ?2. TAKE DR. PARKER'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS For Dyspepsia or Indigestion. 25 DOS KS FOR 10c. Money refunded If not satisfied. FOR SALE AT Trotter's Druo Store, 388 Main Street Cor. Church. &rctHGiL GorTfini! Rubber and Steel Stamps Railroad, Hotel, Ilagirngf and Brass Checks. Seals Badges, Stencil nnd Rtarot [Inks. Pads, Paters^tc. J PtlfBNIX pop gd? sieocii woika Job Printers^ Cc?. Ntvison and Church Sts. NOTICE ! TUG A. B. COVINGTON?This is to g!v?) notice that the tu? A. P. Covlngton has changed pin ownership. All bills for nnd against her must be sent Hud? son ?fc Pro., 68 Roanoko-avenue, at once for adjustment. nol5-10t THE Joseph Brown STORE Specials. The special prices on these items hold good for THIS DAY only. They are trade quiekeners for Thursday sell? ing, and will not only lengthen the purse strings, but you may shop with more satisfaction tlvin usually attends Monday buying. Outing: Skirts, - GO of them and sold all season at K. To-day 10. Table Oil-Cloth. One of tho best standard makes U? perfect goods at 12V2. Basket Cloth. Outing Flannels. Itlue nnd I'lnk In "seconds" 8 Instead of 12U_.. Will build admirable Tea Jackets, Wrappers, and Children's Wraps. Heavy Skirtings. 2? !nch Oolf Skirting?not Plaids. De? mure effects In Gray and Urown, exceed? ingly serviceable and quite In favor Just now. Actual value, and s:ld until to-day at 75. The special prlco to-day. Is 69. Other SS-inch at 45. Bleached Damask. One of the best 35 cent grades may be hr<1 to-day at 25 Turkey Red Damasks, in every way desirable at .15, are priced aa tho unusual at 25. ' Wavy Crepon. in inches wide. Never sold a more ?sat? isfactory wearer. The service rendered bus been surprising. To-day, you may buv at 39. RSavy Basket Cloth. Stuff that will make an assuredly stylish stilt. The original price 1.25. Priced for to-djy at 75. 52-inch Covert. A bluelsh mlxturo of tho 75 goods. To- . day 59. _,_ Fleeced Underwear. Wool-Fleeced, too. Shirts and Draworsr. A decided bargain ut tho prlco of 60 cents. JOSEPH BBOWK, 220 Plain St. ew pepons e^AT.a_ pioes Small A window full of them to hint of the value giving? A\ore Black Crepons sold now than during weeks past. The reason is plain?the values are exceptional?can't dupli? cate them later?present buy? ing means wise buying. You'd better be here. "Our Windows tell the Styles." lOlllll THE MONTICELLO CORNER. P ROPOSAI.S FOR SUPPMES.-NA tlonai Soldiers' Home. Va.. Treasur? ers OflUe Nov. 11. I89?.~3ealcd propos? als will bo received at this office until noon. Thursday, Dec. ith, lSK>. for fur? nishing n;ul delivery of general supplies at Southern Branch. National Home -r D. V S.. during the three months e.j Ing 31 March. 19?. Sl?ndaid? can be ex? amined, and printed nstructlons and specifications! and blank proposals will bo supplied iVon application to this Of? lUe.? Bids aggregating over fcWOO must be accompanied by a certified check pay? able to the Undersigned Treasurer, for at least live perccntum of the amount there? of, which check will be, forfc ted to the NUlonnl Home for D. V. S.. tn;casp tho successful bidder refuses or falls to en? ter Into conti act aa required: otherwise to be returned to the bidder.- Samp 03 presented by bidders will not be consid? ered, unless Kime are called for In spec Itlcations. The Hs>?t ?? reserved to reject any or all proposals or to waivo informal? ities therein. Envelopes containing pro pos>als should be- endorsed? Proposals for Supplies N. H D. V. S., and addressed to lino undersigned. WM.-THOMPSON; Treasurer. Approved: P. T. WOODFIN Governor. W>ZL33,2i-tt