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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3,.5 AND 6.
My Offer of Treatment for Catarrh at $5 per month Will be with? drawn Dec. j, Although many now patients Imve come in under tills ofTer the rate of increase toaa not been sufficient to Jus? tify mo in establishing' It as a "pormancnt rate. I "WILL., HOWEVEB, OONT1NTJE TO RECEIVE CATARRH PATIENTS AT THIS RATE UNTIL. I>EC. 1. AFTER WHICH MY OLD RATE OP $10 PER MONTH WILL. BE CHARGED. BUT ALL WHO BEGIN UNDER THE FIVE DOLLAR AGREE? MENT WILL BE TREATED AT THAT KATE UNTIL. CURED. Just think of It! Only 17 cents per day for medicine and treatment by a specialist of largo cec perlonce. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR A STUNNING: TESTIMONIAL NEXT WEEK. Haa offices 1 and 2 No. SU Main street. Norfolk, Va. Specialties: Catarrh and aJ! diseases of Eyo, Ear, Nose. Throat, Cheat and Stomach. Hours, 9 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.: 2 p. m. to 6:30 p. m. Sunday Hours, 10:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. in. Tuesday night and Thursday night 7:45 p. m. to 8:15 p. m. Consultation always free. Medicines furnished. Terms always moderate. Eyes examined for glasses free of charge. THE Sflesi store: You Run No Chances Of getting a perfect fit? ting and hanging Suit here. We have,but one way of fitting and that is " to FIT PERFECT, whether it be a #8.50 Suit or a #1.50 Suit. Perfect fit or your mon? ey refunded. BENJ, LOWENBERG, 34 Granby Street. OLD TIIONE SSS. ?H. CHARCOT'S TOHIC TABLETS are tbe only positively Riinmnteeil remedy for tho Drink Habit, Nervousness anil Mclaurboly causou by strong drink. WH <91J A KAKTEE FOl'Il HOXF.S to cure ray CMS with a positive written jtnar ?nlM or refund the money, nnd tu destroy tho Bppetlte for Intoxicating liquors. THE TABLETS CAN BB GIVEN WITHOUT KNOWLEDGE OF THE PATIENT. f caution Mlm-vy. I?t_ i nn.l Jftcntti. "lipon receipt ot 110.00 wo ulll mall ymi four [I] boxes aril posi? tive written cunriintPK to cure or ufunu (OUruioney. 9lnKlo boxes 13.00. Walke. Martin & Gray, sole agents, corner Water street and Roanoko ave? nue, Norfolk, Vu. And CHICAGO AIR-TIGHT WOOD HEATERS are con? sidered the best heating stoves made. Can be seen and for sale by P. J. MAlIiON, Hardware 109 Commercial Place Both Phones No. 401. ?THE? National Building Association, OP BALTIMORE CITY. General Office, 501 Columbia Building. MONEY TO LOAN. NO DRLAYS. EASY TERMS CONVENIENT MONTH? LY PAYMENTS. Having established a general ofllco in this city wo are now prepared to consider applications for loajis on real estate In any amounts. M. MoD. PH1CHAHD, General Manager, j P. 9, TURNER, Afcnt. uolo-ltn COURT DECISIONS. Notes of Cases Recently Decided, Which are of Interest to Our People. DIGESTED BY W- B- MARTIN. (.Exclusively for Virginian-Pilot) HINES V. MERCER. Supreme Court of North Carolina. October 17, 1S99. "WHERE TESTAT-pR DEVISED HIS TRACT OP LAND NEAR. A CER? TAIN PL'ACE TO M. AND THE RESIDUE OP HIS ESTATE TO OTHERS, AND AFTER THE MAK? ING OF THE WILL ACQUIRED ANOTHER TRACT OF LAND NEAR THE SAME PLACE, THIS TRACT PASSED TO THE RESIDU? ARY DEVISEES AND NOT TO M. This was an application to sell land for partition, and the controversy in? volved the title of the land sougnt to be sold. In 1SSS, the date of his will, Jesse .Mercer was seised la fee of one tract of laud, known as his '?home tract"; also, a tract "at or near Tem? perance Hall," in the same county. The latter tract contained 70 ucres. In IS'ji he became seised of another tract, con. mining 91 acres, and died luU892, leav? ing a last will and testament dated De? cember 12, 18S8. Item 1 of said will de? vised to W. P. Mercer as follows: "All of my home tract of land, on which 1 reside, and Including my tract of land at Temperance Hall." In Item 1C he gives "all the remulndcr of my estate, rights, and property, real or personal and mixed, * * * unto John R. Mercer, Malvlna Hines, and Elizabeth Horn, to be divided between them, the said three, equally." The 70-acre tract and The 91-acre tract were 1C9 yards apart, and each one about the same dis? tance from Temperance Hall Church. The 91-acre tract was the land In dis? pute. W. P. Mercer claims It under 'Hem 1, and the others under Item 10. The court says: -: In construing wills, the intention is the controlling fact, and the court will look with anxiety to ascertain the tes? tator's Intention. The multitudinous forms of expression, and the use of words, the legal meaning of which is not understood by the testator, usually raise grave questions fur the court. Prior to the statute the title of no land acquired after the date of the will could pass thereby, but since the statute all lands owned by the testator at his death will pass, "unless a contrary In? tention shall appear by the will." This statute making the will speak from the death relates to the subject-matter of disposition only, and does not In any manner interfere with the construction In regard to' the objects of the glfe. Without wading through all the de? cided cases, according to the best au? thorities we have, this general rule seems to be established: That where a testator uses general terms, as "all of my estate," or ."all of my lands or real estate," then the devise will speak at the. date of the death; but where he re? fers to a specific subject of gift, with sufficient particularity In the descrip? tion of the specific subject of It,.show? ing that an object In existence at the date of his will was Intended, referring to the existing state of things at the date of the will, and not at his death, then the operation of the general rule Is excluded. The death Is a prospective event, but the date of the will refers to actual conditions. Applying these rules to the case at bar, we do not find any general terms to make the will speak at the death as to the. 91-acre tract, but the language, "all of my home tract, on which I reside, and In? cluding my tract of land at Temperance Hall." refers to specific property, the description being sufficient, and con? veys the idea that the testator had In his mind the condition of things then existing. It may he Inferred without violence to any part of the writing that the testator intended. If It occurred to him, that any future acquisitions should pass under item rfT 11 haet been s.ugj gested that charging the pecuniary legacies on W. P. Mercer Indicates an Intention to give him the whole estate" at his death. If so. there was no need of a residuary clause. Rut we oanmform no opinion on that suggestion, as we know nothing of the value of the scv-f eral parcels of the property. Affirmed, i NELSON V- STEEN. Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. October f.. 1S99. A MINER EMPLOYED AT A CER? TAIN AMOUNT PER TON FOR COAL MINED, CANNOT RECOVER DAMAGES FOR FRAUD IN USING IMPROPER SCALES, ON MERE IN? SINUATIONS AND SUSPICIONS; HCT HE MUST CLEARLY PROVE THAT HIS EMPLOYER KNOWING? LY USED FALSE WEIGHTS WITH INTENT TO DEFRAUD HIM. This was on action for damages based on the alleged fraud of the defendant upon his employes, who were miners and who were to be paid a certain sum for each ton of coal mined. The plain? tiff sued for ?2,f>00, which he claimed to have lost by the fraudulent acts" of the i'.ei'endant. The miners made no complaint and It was not intimated that the scales were inaccurate until July 5, 1S94, when the miners' check weigher alleged he had discovered an Inaccuracy in the weights to the In? jury of the employes. Upon this com? plaint the mine inspector was sent for, inspected the scales and found them correct. About two weeks aftet*wards he was again sent for by the check weigher and upon inspection found the scales.Incorrect. There was a judgment for defendant in the lower court and plnlntiff appealed. , The court says: ! It Is obvious that under the pleadings in the case there could be no recovery Dr, Buirs Pills curt Djsfiefsia, Trial, n for jc Makes Weak Men Strong and Nervous Man Vigorous. . Mb.Frask 1.. STLVlA.Blnshara House*, Phila? delphia, Pa , says: "I consider inyielf a living cumplo of what Dr. Qi etne ? Ntrvurm will do for k ninn wbo if long been suffering from ?icni-lnUiw palna lu tho atouiadi,hack, and kidneys. My head ached constantly and 1 was becoming dn.pnr.Me. Soon two yoars until I had bcromo but a tbadow of my fonn-r self. My appem* and ttreugth lind |dtmupcarr.il altogether. 1 chanced to meet * enliven friend who hud heeu a hard student. Ho urn?d ine. to try Dr. Grvuna's Nervnra blond and nervo ruinedv.navine that without It he could not have rnmplotrri lit* Studie?. I tool; lilt advice. After the ilrstbottt? mrOtHmHtiimmmw Knneral tono was better, t t|t?.b A1?n 1 perslstcd.and after the I WWMS Men third liotllo I was a now man. I was Infused with a now lifo nnd energy. My recovery was com? plete and I can asorlbo my iini>n;ved condition to Dr. Urccne's Nervnra and othlnr else. It has reconciled mo to life and m>de work a pleasure. Erory bottle of tho Ner vura which I have taki'n ha* made tu* a roar younger. As atonic It hat no equal, and 1 unhetltatlnely recom? mend It to all who are - suffering from any form * el "erroas debility." i. Should Write ] to Dr. Oreene, Ss ??'?/j Wh .St-.AVu tort Citv,i about their con plaint, i Dr. Or tint it the" most] Jamout and tl-il/ul ip*.-\ cicttitt in the world in; curing ncrrout diteatet< of men crump from \ overtcorl; inditcreiion.i tXCCitrt r.nd atuici. anil j he gives to ueak men ad-. vice- und countel at to Aou* to be cured, person allv or bv letter, without cost or charge. !rrtffl him coufidtnlxaUv about j gour case. of the sum which the plaintiff alleged was due to him from tho defendant without clear nnd satisfactory evidence that the latter knowingly and fraudu? lently used false weights with intent to cheat and defraud him and his co-em? ployes. In the absence of such evidence it was the plain duty of the court to enter nnd afllrm the non-suit. Insinua? tions und suspicions are not evidence, and. strictly speaking, they have no plnce in It. That the miners employed by the defendant during the period de llned In tho plaintiff's statement were suspicious that their employer was cheating and defrauding them by the use of false weights, while they were regularly receiving from him full pay? ment of the amounts they supposed they wero respectively entitled to for their work of the two preceding weeks-, and expressed no dissatisfaction with tho treatment they received, .is, to say the least of it. a singular circumstance. Another circumstance worthy of note Is Hint this suit was not brought until two years nnd four months after the defendant censed to employ him. Aside from those sind other circumstnnces mentioned herein, a careful examina? tion of the evidence has convinced us that the court did not err in entering tho non-suit. Allirmed AMUSEMENTS. OLYMPIA OPERA CO. Tiie Olympia opera Company,present? ed i-'juaiquette's beuutifui nautical lyric, "iJaul Jones," to an appreciative audi? ence at the Academy of Music last night and added to the favorable impression created at Its three previous perform? ances. Yesterday at a matinee perform? ance Von Suppe's comic opera, "Boc? caccio," was given to the satisfaction of an excellent audience. The offering of the company to-night will bo especially attractive, as there will be a double bill?Mascagni's "Cav alcria Rusticana," followed by I the "Mikado." To-morrow night the company will present Bnlfe's "Bohemian Girl;" on Saturday at matinee, Le Cocci's "Girofle Girofla," and will close Its engagement Saturday night with Offenbach's "La Perichole." BRAMBLETON. The Anna Gordon Y.'s of Brambleton will meet at the residence of Miss Evle A. Johnakin, No. 823 Tunstall avenue, Friday night at 8 o'clock. The Lady Somerset Y.'s will hold their first regular business meeting at the First Baptist Church, Norfolk, to-night nt 8 o'clock. Tho Inasmuch Circle of the King's Daughters will meet their afternoon at 4 o'clock at the residence of Miss Lottie Walters, on Highland avenue. Tho Enterprise Society of McKendree M. E- Church met yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock In the Sunday school room. -The- Hnqy Tloog of Kniii-r-r-on Memorial Baptist Church gave a benefit pie party alt the residence of Mrs. H. E. Bray, on East Brambleton. last night at 8 o'clock. A large crowd attended the revival services nt the Christian Memorial Tem? ple last night. \ Mr. T>. D. Illtohlngs. Jr., of 700 Tun? stall nvpmio. who hns been sick for past month. Is somewhat bettor. LAMBERT'S POINT. Miss Gertrude Kendls, of Richmond, is visiting Mrs. M. W. Thomas, on Myera avenue. Mr. W. II. Burrough, Jr., of Norfolk, is erecting a handsome two-story frame dwelling on the corner of Gray street and Killin avenue. The young man who was assaulted by a crowd of noRroos Sunday identified and caught several of them yesterday, and before he could get assistance they broke away and made their escape. The manager of the silk mill has filed a contract with one of the prominent, lumber dealers for $5.000 worth of lum? ber, to be delivered in a few days, with which to rebuild the factory. The Ladicfl' Aid Society of St. Mark's Church cleared $125 on their festival Monday and Tuesday nights. Mr. Charles Baford will open a flrst clnss grocery store on the corner of Po-. cahontas and Park avenue. ATLANTIC CITY. The Trilby football eleven was or? ganized last night with the following line-up: Armstrong, left end; Townsend, left tackle; Pritchard, left guard; Allen, center; G. Schaffer. right end: Wilkin? son, right tackle: Tollver, right guard; Webber, left half back; Colcnd, right half back; Llpscomb, quarter back; J. Schaffer. full back. The aggregation will accept chal? lenges. Average weight,. 130 pounds. All propositions <o piny should be ad? dressed to J. L. Scnnffer, care Vickery's book store. Main street. The Norfolk Street Railroad Com? pany has laid it.? track over the York street bridge, nnd the concrete pave? ment Is almost completed. The special meeting of the Atlantic City Social Club looked for Inst night was postponed to Monday nest at 8 p. m, RAILROAD NOTES Southern Trains to Stop at Ports? mouth Hereafter, I'lirllipr Time In Wtilrb lo I quip Xrnlna With Automatic Couplers mid llrnkex Oi-alrnd ? Arnou ?'tinr;;c<l ?Carolina & Kurilioru. Passenger trains on the Danvllla division of the Southern Railway, formerly the Atlantic and Danville Railwa y, commencing Thursday No? vember 23d, will stop at Portsmouth Junction, where ticket agency has been opened and baggage can 'be checked. Tills will be a great convenience to Portsmouth people. PLEtADING FOR TIME. Numerous railroads have petitioned the Interstate Commerce Commission for a further extension of time of one year In which to equip their cars with automatic couplers and train brakes. The petitioners' statements show that about Sti per cent, of their cars were equipped on the 1st dny of October. The Commission, as required by law, has fixed the 6th day of December next us the date when the petitioners will be heard, and Invite all parties Inter? ested to appear at that time or Ule statements for or against such exten? sion, and notice to this effect will be Immediately Issued. RAILWAY CHARGES ARSON. A special from Raleigh says: The Supreme Court will this week hear ar? guments in a very odd case. The Hygonlc Ice Company of Charlotte bad an Ice plant here. One night In August, ISO 1. the plant was burned. East year the company sued the Sea? board Air Dine for damages to the full value of the plant, setting tip the claim that the fire was caused by ppnrks from a passing locomotive. The Superior Court gave a verdict for $20, 000 damnges. The railway company has filed a mass of affidavits, mainly by Dennis Rowe, a negro detective from Rich? mond, stating that a negro had con? fessed that he saw his brother, then a fireman at the 'ice factory, sot fire lo It, and that It was done to get the In? surance money. The Ice company n few days ago filed a flldavlts that Rowo's evidence was false, and that he was not worthy of credence. To-day the railway com? pany filed another hunch of thirteen affidavits by Richmond business men. tending to show that Rowo's character Is good. Others are from Wilson. N. C, to the effect that Rowo's evidence In enses there had been believed. The affidavits further allege that certnln detectives with whom Rowe refused to divide made the affidavits attacking his character. CAROLINA AND NORTHERN. The Salisbury Sun says that Mr. T. C. Noelcy will become general super? intendent of the Carolina and Northern road December 1st, with beadguarlers at Lumbcrton. This road is now under construc? tion from Lumbcrton, N. C, to Marlon. S. C. and will be 43 miles long, when oomrdoted. This Is probalbly the first link of an air line from Raleigh In Charleston, which Is now contemplated. ?Mr. McNeoly hns served In almut every department of railroad service. He, practically alone, completed and built the Hendersonvlllo and Rrevard railroad In this State, nnd Is no doubt as thoroughly oqu.ippod for the service he has entered as any young man In the State. EXAMINED YESTERDAY. FOURTEEN APPLICANTS FOR POST OFFICE POSITIONS. As previously announced in the VIrglnran-Pilot some- time ago, and again yesterday morning, the annual examination, under civil service regu? lations, of applicants for the positions of carrier and clerk in the Norfolk post office was held yesterday. Messrs. H; W. T. Wllklns, .1. R. Pobworth, F. R. Henry and R. R. Jordan, who com? posed the examining board, conducted ! the examinations yesterday, as fol folws: Six applicants for clerkships, and the same number for the position of carrier. One colored man wanted the first-mentioned place, and two the latter. Those who passed will be placed on the eligible list, from which any vacancies that may hereafter oc? cur will be tilled. The applicants examined yesterday were: For clerks?TT. L. Odendhal, J. M. Laeklan, K. N. Wnddy. Jr., Josiah Bailey, Jr.. J. S. Drew, O. W. Sehnrch und R. L. Morris. For carriers?Henry L. Shields, G. W. Ferrier, Kenneth J. Morse, G. F. Fulfort, A. .T. West, R. S. Rattcom and H. It. Wharton. There Is no eligible list at the Norfolk post office at present, therefore, the applicant who made the host percent? age yesterday has a fairly good pros? pect of securing an appointment soon. Tii??dny Wight Solreo. - The Tuesday night soiree of the Nor. folk Soiree Academy at Masonic Tem? ple, was of the finest of the season. There were twenty-five couples pres? ent. Profi-ssor Kruc-ger's orchestra fur? nished the music. Among the guests from out of town were Miss Calllhan. of lltlsburg. Pa.; Miss Ilibergo, of Hagerstown. Md.; Miss Grimes, of Richmond. Va.i Miss Williamson, ot Roanoke, V?., and Mr. Schaffer, of Bal? timore. Md. Word? ntPrnl??1 from ? Haulier. Mr Ohas. E. Currier, of tho Atlanta National Hank, is very careful with his words not only in financiering, but In his conversation generally. He suffered much from Indigestion, and writes: ? I have used Tynor's Dyspepsia Hcmedy in attacks of acute Indigestion, and have nlwavs found It to give instantaneous re? lief. * I consider It a medicine of high merit. C. E. CURRIER. Price 60 cents a bottle, at all druggists; or sent for price, express paid, by Tyner Dyspepsia. Remedy Co., 15 .Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga. Send Five Cents In stamps to pay post ago for Sample, FREE. -s EL'TAW HOUSE LEASE. MR. STOKES TRANSFERS HIS IN? TEREST TO MR. SHANNON. A week or two ago the Vlrglhlan Pllot noted the fact that Mr. Sylvanus Stokes was negotiating for the transfer of lus interest 'in the louse of the Eutaw House, Baltimore. The Baltimore Sun of yesterday says: "Mr. J. 1*. Shuunon entered Into contract yesterday with Mr. Sylvunus I Stokes to become manager and lessee | of the Eutaw House December 1- ? "Mr. Shannon said he had arranged I with Mr. Stokes to take the lease of the property, which Mr. Stokes obtained from the Garrett estate, which will shortly expire, und to renew it. In this new lease Mr. Shannon will be empow? ered to make such alterations as will tend to make the hotel an up-to-date property of Its kind. Mr. Shannon said the Improvements contemplated will practically replace the old Eutaw House with an entire new modern structure. "It was spoken of ns quite a coin? cidence that Mr- Shannon should now take charge of the Eutaw House prop? erty as mannger, ns 1t was in this very house, in 1S59. that he was first em? ployed ns n boy. He left there In 1S60 i with the late Robert R. Colemnn and went to New York City, where he re-| mnlnod until 1S72. when, on February 22 of that year, he returned to Balti? more nnd opened the Carroiiton Hotel.] vblcb he will vncnte on December 1. He will also onorn.fe the Rlne 'Mountain I House in connection with his now | charge." v?nvoiHr for Tntirt?U. Mr. A. J. Ford, president of the New Gladstone Hotel Company, has issued an attractive little hotel card giving a list of the places of Interest in and around Norfolk. Mr. W; E. James, clerk I ait the Gladstone, compiled the lnfor- | mntlon. Under Us new management the Glad? stone Is being vastly Improved. The improvements recently spoken of in the ] Vlrginian-niot have already been com? menced nnd a force of carpenters, up? holsterers, painters nnd paper hangers nro busy at work there. itl'nrrlrtf in ???(! Pnlut. Mr. Charles William Tyree. of Nor? folk, and Miss Virginia Isabella Baulch were united in marriage yesterday af? ternoon. The ceremony was performed at the home of Mr. William Uaulch, n| brother of the bride. The happy couple cume to this city, their future home, last night. We are hcndqiinrtera for all railroad watches. We carry the largest line In the .city. Call and see our stock and lenrn prices. The Gale Jewelry Co. I'yen l*x-> in I licit Ki-re. Dr. A. Week manager of the optical department of the Gale Jewelry Com? pany, will examine your eyrs free. De? fective vision and complicated cases specially Invited to call. Je2G-tf Improved Urilnr It <-pi ii?opli?. Mr. J. H. Primrose, of Baltimore, ar? rived In the city last night. He Is dep. uty supreme organizer of the Improved Order of Heptnsophs, and will spend some lime in this city nnd Portsmouth! strengthening the local councils. Mem? bership carries Insurance, nnd '? Mr. \ Primrose says it is inerixislng rapidly. Foul-Smelling Catarrh. Ontarvh is one of the most obstinate diseases, anil hence the most difficult to uet rid of. Thcro is lint ona way to euro it. The disease is in the blood, anil all the sprays, washes nnd inhaling mixtures in the world can have no permnncnt effect whatever upon it. Swift's Spe? cific cures Cntiirrh permanently, foritis the only remedy which can reach the disease nml force it from t ho blood. Mr. H. P. Me A Hinter* of Hurrotlsburg, Kv?i hail Onlurrh for years. He wvites: ??I could see no Improvement whatever, though I was constantly treated with sprays nnd wnshes. him I differ? ent inhutinrr remedies? in fnet. I could feel that each winter I m worse than the year previous. ??Finally It wag brought to my notice that C'atari h was a blood disease, nnd nfter think InR over the matter, I taw It was unreasonable to expect to be cured by if remedies whleh only .?CjL renched thf surface. I V'/jy? then decided to try .... S" and nfter n few bottles were used, I no tired a perceptible Improvement. Continuing the remedy, the disease was forced ?ut of my system, and a complete cure wns the result. 1 advise all who have, I hi* dreadful disease to nhundon their local treatment, which has never done them any good, und take S.S. 8., a rem? edy thnt can reacn the disease and cure it." To continue the wrong treatment for Catarrh is to continue to suffer. Swift's Specific is n real blood remedy,,and cures obstinate, deep-seated disonses, which other remedies have no effect whatever upon. It promptly renches Catarrh, and never fails tocure even the most aggravated rases. la Purely Vegetable, and is the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no dangorotis minerals. Books mailed f-rn by Swift Speciflo Company, Atlanta, Georgia. To guess?you'd never say they were $\ 5 Suits. But #20. Mor'n that, because you'll think they were made to order. The fabrics and patterns don't look like the usual ready-made Suits. The fit and making don't contradict the impression any, either. If any tailor can suit you at $25, we'll guarantee to out of our $U grade. If we .don't you've got the remedy?dome back for your money. We've a hundred styles at $i$ if we've one. And a hun? dred are as many as most stores carry in their entire stock. Nobby Stripes ? Checks? Herringbone and Mixed Effects ?in Sacks and Cutaways? $15. Sales' Ifats suit everybody who tries 'cm. SflKS & COMPANY. 234-236 Wain Street. ?lilili 172 Church St., Near Main Got Your Tfunk ? Do not risk traveling with a poorly cor*, struct.'? TRUNK, which Is liable to bre&fc and spread your posesslons at any mo? ment, WHEN you can procure a can? vass covered. Iron bottom. , steel bound TRUNK, protected ( with hard wood slats and finished with three coats of paint. Excel-, elor lock, all linen lined, 2 trays/ with Etrap, Brisk Bargains in Dress Suit Gases. ODD AND ENDS?that you can buy at greatly reduced prices." REMEMBER ?we keep all trunks in repair free of charge for one year and paint your name and ad? dress on trunks and bags gratis. Repairing Old Trunks a Specialty. WOLRWFflllTOfil The Travellers' Outfitters. CANDY SEASON. Tho Sodn Water Season I? past and tho Candy Season Is here. Freuh, new. dain? ty Confections. u, ' ? Our counters are again loaded w.tn tho largest and most tempting line of choice, pure hand-mndo confectionery shown In Norfolk. Theso goods are made by skill? ed workmen; In our own factory, fresh * We wl'iY furnish ICE CREAM In all tha popular llavors. for balls, banquets, wed? dings, reception and other soe.al funcT lions, and for family use. throughout the * Goods delivered free to all parts of tho city. , Norfolk Candy Kitchen, Southern States Phon. OT. & ^ ^