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,_WEATHER REPORT. Washington, Deo. 13.?Weather fore? cast for Thursday and Friday: Virginia?Colder and generally fair Thursday, probably followed by rain or ?now Thursday night or Friday; fresh northerly winds. * North Carolina?Fair Thursday; cold? er In western and central portions. Fri? day probably rain; variable winds, be? coming fresh northeasterly. Norfolli nil (i vicIhIit. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Generally fair; continued cool; winds becoming fresh northwest. TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL. AND HUMIDITY. December 13, 1S99. Maximum temperature . 63 Minimum temperature . 43 Nornvil temperature. 45 Deptwlure from normal ..,.plus 8 Departure from normal since Jan uav? 1st .plus 252 Rain$_U In past 24 hours. .0 RulntqjJ since first of month.46 Mean Elative humidity . 72 CALENDAR. Suft rises, 7:10 a. in,; sets, 4:50 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 6:45 a. m. and 7:20 p. m.| low water, 0:15 a. m. and 1:16 p. m. Old Point?High water/6:24 a. m. nnd 6:59 p. m.; low water, 11:54 a. m. and 12:55 p. m._ HAVE YOU CATARRH TAINT?? H<ero'<s strong ovidonco of the quickness and sureness of (that wonderful remedy. Dr. Agnew"s Catctrrhul Powder: "For years 1 was a victim ot Chronic Catarrh tried many remedies, but no euro was effoated until I had procured and used Dr. Agnow's Ctitnrrhnl Powder. First application pave me Instant relief, and In an Incredibly short while I was abso? lutely cured."?James Headley, Dundee, N. Y. Sold by R. F. Holmes.?I. Ill KB 1' iIV ??.n. notice! TO THE .STOCKHOLDERS OF THE ROANOKE AND TAR RIVER RAIL? ROAD COMPANY. A general meeting of the Stockholders ?f llio Roanoko and Tar R'.ver Railroad Company has been duly called und will bo held at the olllce of the Company, In Portsmouth Va.. on SATURDAY. Decem? ber lClh, A. D 1S99, at 1 o'clock p. m. The objects and purposes of sutd meeting are as follows: 1st. For tho purpose of considering tho consolidation of tho Roanoko und Tar River Railroad Company with tho Ra? leigh and Gaston Railroad Company, und also lo consider and agree upon tho torms and conditions upon which tho consoli? dation with such?tho Raleigh and Gas ton Railroad Company?shall bo made. 2d. And also to consider the Halo to tho Raleigh and Gaston Railroad Company of the property und franchises of the ?oa nolto and Tor River Railroad Company, and tho terms and conditions of such oalc. JOHN H. SHARP, Secretary. Portsmouth. Va., Nov. 11, 1699. nol2-30t flirDTf^RitTS? TtiEATReT JAS. HI. BARTON, Prop. Only Vaudeville House Playing High Class Acts. Read and be Wise. Rest Baltimoro Lard.7c Good Lard.tic. Beat Coined Ham .13c. New Beans .tic. quart. Black Bye I'cus.5c. quart. New Mixed Nuts .10c. pound Seeded Raisins sind Currants, 10c. packugo New Malaga Raisins.12V&C. pound. Shelled Almonds .35c. pound. Soft Shelled Almonds.lse. pound. Fox Rix or Butter lb. prints..30c. pound. Royal Patent Flour .$4.25 barrel. Wo inako special prices on goods in largo quantities. Remember our special delivery service Is the best In the city. "Three wagons." VIRGINIA GROCERY GO., 61 AND 63 NEW MARKET PLACE. _BOTH PHONES 462. CANDY SEASON Tho Soda Wator Season Is past nnd the" Candy Season Is here. Fresh, new, dain? ty Confections. Our counters are again loaded with the largest and most tempting lino of choice puro hand-mude confectionery shown in Norfolk. These goods aro 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 social func? tions and for family use, throughout the winter. Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. Norfolk Candy Kitchen, Southern States Phone 673. Je20-7 21 BANK ST. A PIANO.... -If you contemplate buying a -Piano within tho next thirty days, -it will pay you to call and see our -magnificent Xmas stock of Pianos. -For fifty-eight years the STEIFF -Piano his been before, tho public. -It Is unexcelled for sweetness of -tone touch, durability and artistic -finish. STIEFF PIANO WAREROOMS, MONTICELLO, GRANBY ST. PIANOS TUNED. BOTH PHONES 1109._ before the war, PLEASE SEND ME A ROAST OF BEEF since the war, SEND ME A ROAST OF HOME KILLED BEEF No danger, we have none but our own killed Beef, Veal, Lamb and Pork, Laid, Saussage, etc. OPEN ALL DAY. BOTH PHONES. JHS. Bell, Jr.&Co., Corner Queen and Church Sts. OLD PHONE 835. NEW PHONE 1019. Wfj?u7~Wood. Wool Dry Pine, Dry Slab. Also board strips cut In stove lengths. Price, $2.50 per cord; $1.25 per half cord. Also large bun? dle of strips suitable for kindling wood at 5 cents each. Old phone yard. No. 1027: warehouse, 22 Commerce street. No. 933. WM. J. LAWRENCE, YARD FOOT FALKLAND STREET. 6el2-*X? .. _ . AS REQUESTED BY "CITIZEN," THE VIRGINIAN-PILOT | ASKS FOR INFORMATION. Pay Rolls of Three Administrations, Giving List of Officers and Employees, Duties and Compensation of Each, Furnished by the Water Department?Annual and Quarterly " Reports?Rules and Regulations. In pursuance of request of "Citizen" in our issue of Saturday, December, 9th. the Virginian-Pilot addressed a letter to the Water department asking for the following information : 1st. The number and names of onieers and employes of the Water Department; the duties of each and the com? pensation or each when the municipal administration changed in July, 189S. 2d. Tho number and names of officers nnd employes of the Water Department; the duties of each and the com? pensation of each at the present time. > ' 3d. Whether or not any ollicial report has been made by tho Water Board to the Councils, or to anybody else. In response to the above request THE WATER DEPARTMENT FURNISHED THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION: BOARD WATER COMMISSIONERS, 1S01-''J6. G. S. Bruce.Chairman. J. H. Waiters.Secretary. P. D. Plnkerton...Treasurer. 1 SOG. Monthly Name. Occupation. Salary, j R. Y. Zachary .. .Superln'dt . ..$ -OS 33i Jno. R. Todd ....Registrar . .. l?:> :!l W. J. Cason'.Clerk. sr. 00] Jno. W. Gale.Lineman .. .. 60 00. W. N. Thornton..Inspector . .. GO 00, W. H. Cranberry, inspector ... M) 00' Wm. J. Duff .Inspector ... 50 00 Edw. Wilson _Ofllce boy_ 20 00 Goo. W. Wright..Chief Eng'r .. 150 00 Wi T. Hinten _A^s'.. Eng'r .. '0 00 W. F. Overtoil ..Asst. Eng'r .. 70 00! Thos. \V. Gray...Asst. Eng'r .. 70 OOi Jno. Ahninn .Engineer .. .. 50 00| Jno. S. Raker ....Engineer .. .. 50 00. Cbas. Whltmore .Engineer .. .. 50 Poj Jno. Burden .Fireman .. .. SO 00, Jas. Shields.Fireman .. .. H0 00, Henry Simmons .Fireman .. .. 30 CO Jno. Ahtrntn, Jr.. .Fireman .. .. 25 00( Jacob Mansfield .Fireman .. .. 25 00 Wm: Joyncr .Fireman .. .. 25 00; Jno. Carr.Fireman .... 25 00 A. D. Chase .Teamster . .. 35 00; Wm. Boyd.Laborer .. .. 25 00 Wm. Bailey .Laborer .. .. 2'< 0i[ H. A. Chase .Collector .... 20 00' fl.471 67. BOARD WATER COMMISSIONERS, 1S'JG-'9S. C. A. Woodard_President. W. A. S. Taylor...Secretary. W. T. Barron.Treasurer. June, 1S9S. Monthly Name. Occupation. Salary. James Riddle ....Superln'dt . .$ 150 00 Jno. it. Todd ....Registrar . .. 133 a, |W, J. Cason .. ..Bookkeepr . . 85 00 Jno. W. Gale ....Lineman .. .. CO 00 S. J. Anderson ..Inspector ... 60 00 W. R. Vieth ....Inspector . .. 50 00 R. M. Dozier ....Inspector . .. 50 00 Edw. Wilson .. ..Office b >y .... 20 00 Oeo. W.'Wright..chief Eng'r .. 150 00 !W. T. Hllitoh ...Asst. Eng'r .. 70 00 W. P. Overtoil ..Asst. Eng'r .. 70 00 Thos. W. Cray ..As-t. Eng'r .. 70 00 Jno. Ahmnn .Asst. Eng'r .. 60 00 Jno. Baker.Asst. Eng'r .. CO 00| Chas. Whltmorc -At St. Eng'r .. 60 00 Albert Chase _Fireman .. .. 35 00i Jno. Carr.Fireman .. .. 35 00 |jno. Ahmnn, Jr..Fireman .. .. 35 00 .las. Sh tele's .. ..Fireman .... 2> 00 Sam White .Fireman .. .. 2i Oo jButson Ballnnce .Fiieman .. .. 25 00 iGeo. Curtis .. ..Engineer .. .. 60 00 (Noah Stevens_Fireman .. .. 25 00 ?Gus Barnes .. ..Fireman .. .. 25 00 iDempsey Byrd ..Teamster . .. 35 00 I Jno. Hare .Laborer .. .. 25 00 I Win. Boyd .Laborer .. .. 25 00 ; Henry Simmons .Laborer .. .. 25 00 H. A. Chase .Collector .. .. 20 00, $1.608 34 I BOARD WATER COMMISSIONERS, 1S9S-1900. Geo. Molmosh. ...President. N. M. Osborne.Secretary. R. H. Wright.Treasurer. Nov. 1S90. Monthly Name. Occupation. Salary. II. U Smith .....Supertu^it . .$~20S" 34 |Jl?Thos. Peelle .. ResUtrar . .. 133 33 Walter Sharp ...Inspector . .. 83 33 |W. R. Vieth .ln?pootor . .. 00 00 |W. J. Casou .. ..Bookkiepr . . S5 00 J. W. Gale .Lineman .... 65 00 IT. W. Vaughan..Clerk . 60 00 I Hi V. Vail .Clerk . 60 00 |Ed\v. Wilson .. ..Otllce boy .... 30 00 iGeo. W. Wright..Chief Eng'r .. 150 00 !W. T. Hlnton ...Asst. Eng'r .. 70 00 W. F. Overton ...Asst. Eng'r .. 70 00 Thos. W. Gray...Asst. Eng'r .. 70 00 Jno. Carr .Fireman .. .. 35 00 Fred Turner .Fireman .. .. 35 00 [Henry Simmons .Fireman .. .. 35 00 Noah Stevens ...Oiler . 25 00 i'Dempsey Byrd ...Teamster ... 35 i'0 j no. Hare .Carter . 25 00 IJjno. Jones.Laborer .. .. 25 00 Henry Chase .Collector .. .. 20 00 J1.3S0 00 The department at this time Is operating a Filler Plant, In? augurated about August, 1809, not included in the statements of previous administrations, the labor for whloh is as follows: Edw. Mahoney, ft.tcr man) 50 00 Dell Chase, filter man.... 60 00 Jno. Ahmnn, Alter man.. GO 00 Alex. Hearn; lau'r. 25 00 $175 00 $1,555 00 Under each of the above administra? tions neither the president or secretary received any salary or emolument whatever. The treasurer of. eacli board received $500 ?er annum. REPORTS. Annual reports in detail nre made to the Mayor and embodied by him in hTs annual message to the Councils. This report Is also printed in pamphlet form. In addition to .the annual report a quarterly report of receipts and dis? bursements is made by the treasurer. This reDort is sent In to the Councils and Is referred to the "Water Commit? tee, when it Is audited by the Auditor of the city, as he is required by ordi? nance Every account paid!" by the Water Board to the smallest item has to be approved by the superintendent, nnd where it is n matter of construction, iilso bv the City Engineer. These bills nre ngaln revised by the Board of Water Commissioners at their regular meeting on the second Wednesday in each month, and have to be passed nnd allowed at such meeting *hy a regular resolution, the various bills being re? corded in the minutes of I he meeting, ?and, if when so approved, thay are paid by the check of the treasurer, coun? tersigned by either the president of the board or the registrar. The treasurer and registrar nre bonded ofllcers. DUTIES OP OFFCERR. At a meeting of the Board of Water Commissioners, held March 1st, 1S99, the following rules and regulations were enacted pursuant to an ordin? ance passed February 14th, 1899: SUPERINTENDENT. Sec. I. The head of this Department shall be called Superintendent of the Water Works. He shall hold his office until his successor shall be chosen and qualified, unless sooner re? moved by the Board. Sec. II. He shall have charge and enre of the Water Works of the City of Norfolk and control and oversight of all the officers and men connected ?therewith, and assign and direct their .duties, so ns to carry on the details of the works. He, In conjunction with the City Engineer, shall attend to the direction of all new works, now or j hereafter to be constructed. ' See. III. He shall annually, at the last meeting of the Board in June ot each year, report to the Board of Water Commissioners the condition of the works under his care; and If any, what extensions nre necessary, and shall at the same time present the re? ports ot Registrar, Chief Engineer, In? spector and Eineman, which reports shall be In detail and addressed to the Superintendent. All reports to be In due form for publication. See. IV. He shall, with the City En? gineer, where the services of an en? gineer is required, make all necessary estimates connected with the works, whether for' construction or repairs; certify all accounts, bills and con? tracts for material purchased or labor performed under his direction; shall notify the Bonrd of Water Commis? sioners of all breaches of contract, and supervise and arrange all con? tracts for labor to be performed ? or material to 'be purchased, and for the purchase or laying down of such mains, pipes and HxturCs as may from lime lo time be directed by the Board of Water Commissioners. Sec. V. He t=hall attend all meetings of the Board of Water Commissioners. Sec. VI. There shall be In this De? partment a Registrar, who shall hold his oitlcc until his successor shall be appointed and qualified, unless sooner removed by the Board of Water Com? missioners. He shall give security to the i'onrd of Water Commissioners for the faithful performance of his duties. REGISTRAR, Sec. VII. The said Registrar shall have stated and tixed olllce hours to conform to the requirements of the Board. He shall keep all the accounts of the Water Department, other than those which devolve upon the Treasurer of the Water Department, opening an account with each party using the water of the city, charging each Item separately, and giving credit on the account when paid; he shall receive at his office all moneys due to the city for water; he shall Issue all permits for use of said?water; he shall render such statements to the Treasurer of the Water Board nnd make settlements at such times as the said Treasurer may require, In order that the said Treas? urer mny monthly report to the .Board a statement of his accounts; he shall annually, on or before the 30lh day of June of each year, report to the Super? intendent the proceedings of his De? partment during the year, showing the number of tenants supplied with water, the amount received from them, the number of new tenants for the year, and the amounts paid or due by them, separating the Items of expenditure un? der the different headings as shown under the annual allowance, with such other Information as he may have as will enable the Board of Water Com? missioners to acquire correct knowledge of all matters relating to the W'ater Works. Sec. VIII. He shall require dally re? ports of all work done by the lineman, showing the work in detail and the cost of same. CHIEF ENGINEER. Sec. IX. There shall be in this De? partment a. Chief Engineer, ' who shall have direct charge and control ot such assistant engineers nnd firemen as may be employed In this Department. He shall recommend to the Superintendent suitable persons for all positions under his keeping, and upon the further re? commendation of the Superintendent the names of the persons so named shnll be presented to the Board of Water Commissioners for nppolntment, It be? ing tho intent of this rule to hold the Chief Engineer responsible to the De? partment for the proper care nnd man? agement of all pumps, machinery, &c, under his charge. Sec X. He shall make up and pres? ent all pay rolls for salaries on labor In his immediate Department, and upon receipt of same Bhall pay off all em? ployes in his Department. -Sec. XI. He shall make such reports to the Superintendent In writing from time to tune as will enable him to keep the' Board of Water Commissioners fully advised ns to the condition and operation of the steam plant, reservoirs, etc. He shall on or before the 30th day of June of each year hand to the Super? intendent a full and detailed resort of all matters coming within the scone of his administration, and shall In said re? port make such recommendations as may be necessary for the proper con? duct and maintenance Of the plant which is under his keeping. I INSPECTOR. Sec. XII. There shall be an Inspector In this Department who shall hold his ofllce until his successor has been ap? pointed and qualified. He shall super? intend and assist ull assistant Inspec? tors in the proper discharge of their duties, and protect the Department against violations of .the rules con? trolling the waste of water, under hip supervision and aid, the assessment upon which the bills for water rent dates must at all times be plainly kept in a book of record and reference in the Water ofllce, all changes In water fixtures to be noted on sold book when made or as soon thereafter as ascer? tained. In addition to which duties he, together with the asslstnnt Inspectors, shall at all times perform such service in the office or upon the streets as the Superintendent or Registrar may di? rect. Sec. XIII. He shall keep a true re? cord of all that has transpired in this branch of the Department and make monthly reports of the same to the Su? perintendent, and on the 30th day of June of each year submit to the Super? intendent his annual report in due form for publication. Sec. XIV. In this Department there shall be a Lineman; he -shall have charge of all mains, stop-cocks, fire-hy? drants and other fixtures appertaining to the distribution of water through the city, and to personally attend to the laying of new pipes, as well as the re? pairs of pipes, lire-hydrants and other fixtures that mny require it; to attend to the drilling of pipes for making at? tachments, shutting off the pipes for repairs, on account of leaks or other ne? cessary work, and shut off the water and cut off such pipes or taps as may be directed on premises on which the water rent has not been paid; to keep a detailed account of all new pipe laid, 1 and repairs made, and all materials used for the same under his charge; shall have charge of the pipe-yards and repair-shop, and attend to the receipts of all new pipes and fixtures that may be delivered by contract, or otherwise, and to see that a proper stock of articles, to guard against accidents, shall be kept on hand, and report to the Superintendent any deficiency that may exist; to report at such times as may be required all the work and labor performed nnd material required for new work or for repairs, make out the time-list of all men employed under him, the nature of the work upon which I they have been engaged; shall report to ! the Superintendent all undue waste of I water from leaks, carelessness or other causes within hjs observation, together with any infringement whatever of the laws, rules and regulations provided foj; that purpose; he shall make a dally re? port and hnnd same to the Registrar in such form that it will enable him to keep an accurate book or account in which all work and the cost and the location of same is plainly set forth and shown, from which record the Lineman will be required to make his annual re? port on or before the 30th day of. Juno of each year. Sec. XV. There shall be a book-keeper appointed by the Board, whose term of office shall be at the pleasure of the I Board, and whose duty it shall be to I keep the books and accounts of the Treasurer of the Board; also to render I such assistance to the: Superintendent 1 and Registrar as they may require. LINEMAN. BOOKKEEPER. WATT, RETTEW & CLAY. Important! Concerning Santa Claus' Letter Box. The children, where writing; to Santa Claus must bo sure to give their address (street and ntimhcT), else old Santa Claus won't know where to send his replies. Bring tho letters to the store and put evator, lirst lloor. or send them by them 1n his private box, at the el mail addressed as follows:? SANTA CLAUS, care WATT, RETTEW & CLAY. NORFOLK, VA. Cloth Bound Books, at 10c. An attractive line of the standard authors. Bound in assorted colors of cloth. Clear type. Good paper. 10c. each. Read this list:? Adventures of a Brownie?Mulock. Alice in Wonderland?L Carroll. Auld Ucht Idylls?J. M. Barrio. Autocrat of the Breakfast Table?Oli? ver Wendell Holmes. < Autobiography of Bcnj. Franklin. Beauties of Shakespeare?Dodd. Beyond the City?A. C Doyle. Black Beauty?Anna Sewoll. , Book of Golden Deeds?Yonge, Coming Race? Hutwer. Dolly Dialogues?A. Hope. Dreams?O. Sehrlenor. Emerson's Essays, vol. I. Emerson's Essays, vol. II. Ethics of the Dust?J. Ruakln, Evangeline?II. W. Longfellow. Flower Fables?L M. Alcott. Frankenstein?Mrs. Shelly. . Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sin? ners?John Bunyan. Haunted Chamber?The Duchess. Heroes and Hero Worship?Carlyle. Hiawatha?Longfellow. Imitation ot Christ?T. a Kempls. In Memorlam-Jjord Tennyson. Ijiys of Scottish Cavaliers?Aytoun. Longfellow's Poems. Man In Black?S. J. Weyman. My Ladv Nicotine?J. M. Barrle. Natural Law In the Spiritual World? Hy. Drummond. One of the Profession?White, Jr. . . 1'aradlse Ix)st?John Milton. Paradise Regained?John Milton. / Past and Present?T. Carlyle. Paul and Virginia?B. St. Pierre. Pleasures of Life?Sir J. Lubbock. Plutarch's Lives of Alexander tho Gre.it ami Julius Caesar. Poc's Poems?Edgar Allen Poe. Prince of the House ot David?Profes? sor Ingrahnm. Princess?Lord Tennyson. Pruo und 1?G. W. Curtis. Queen of tho Air?John Ruskln. Rab and Ills Friends?Dr. J. Brown. Reveries of a Uachelor?Ik Marvel. Romeo and Juliet?Shakespeare. Sesame and L'lles=?J. RusKln. Sign of the Four?A. C. Doyle. Sketch Book?Washington Irving. Story of an African Farm?Olive ? Schreiner. Shattered Idol?C. M. Bracmc. Studv Ip Scarlet?A. C. Doyle. Tangle wood Tales?Hawthorne. Threo Men In a Boat?J. K. Jerome. Through Gates of Gold?M. Collins. Through tho Looking Glass?Ixswls Carroll. Tlllyloss Scandal?J. M. Bnrrle. Treasure Island?R. L. Stevenson. Water Babies?Klngsley. Window in Thrums?J. M. Barrle. AT 50c. EACH? The Honorable Peter Stirling?by Paul Leicester Ford. , The Continental Dragoon?by Robert Ncilson Stephens. Tho Road to Paris?by Robert Nell son Stephens. An Enemy to tho King?by Robert Nellson Su-rhcns. Tho Adventures' of Francois?by S. Wcln Mitchell. Soldier Stories?by Rudyard Kipling. The Choir Invisible?by James Lane Allen. Under the Red Robe?by Stanley J. Wehman. Trilby?by Du Maurler. - The Manxman?by Hall Cn'ne. The Prisoner of Zenda?by Anthony Hope. Caleb West. Master Diver?by B. llopklnson Smith. Phroso?hy Anthony Hope. Soldiers of Fortune?by Richard Hard? ing Davis. Tho Celebrity?by Winston Churchill. Stocking Specials. Children's Fine Rib Stocking? sizes 5 to 9- Regular 12 15 and 17c. grades at 10c. a pair. 1 Women's Nermsdorf Black Stock? ings- -full regular made. Exception? ally good quality. lQc. a pair. 3 pair for 50c. At 25c. a pair?the very best Wo? men's Stockings in Norfolk--beauti? ful finish. Walt, Rettew&Clay John L. Roper President. Tazewcll Thompson Treasurer. Louis T .Doble, Secretary. THE 2U MAIN STREET. Transacts a general insurance business through Its agency department, ?THE? National Building Association, OF BALTIMORE CITY. General Offlee. G01 Columbia Building. MONEY TO LOAN. NO DELAYS EASY TERMS CONVENIENT .MONTH? LY PAYMENTS. Having established a general office In this city we nro now prepared to consider applications for loans on real estate In nny amounts. M. MeD. PRICHARD, General Manager. D. J. TURNER. Agent. nol?-lm Monumenis and Gravestones. The selection of a suitable memorial In marble or gran? ite enn be readily made from our stock, for we carry the largest assortment of finished des'gns In the South. I THE COUPfcR MARBLE WORKS Kstnbllaltpil 50 Yearn. 1 SO> 1 flit Mwnjj ??. SxrlaxU, Vu. New Velvet Cordes For Waists. Rich, bright and beautiful, are these new velvet cordes'; for waists. And they are al? together suitable and right in ; harmony for a lovely waist for , the gleeful Christmas time. They are here in these new colors- royal blue, dark blue, light blue, new purple, new i; red, cerise, brown, tan, grey . and black and white. Price, 50c. per yard. 3 yards is the quantity fof': waists. It is a soft, silky vel? vet corde with a rich soft ^ lustre. New Kid Gloves in all the popular colors and styles are ready for your see? ing. Prices,'?!, $\.$0 and $2 a pair. New Pin Cushions in every lovely color, every shape, every style at almost | any price. Many wonderfully beautiful things are on display, . Come now I S. DOZIER, 206 Main St., Norfolk, Va. ACADEMY OP MUSIC BUILDING?. Things A great profusion? every department teeming with interesting items at interesting prices?new things in dainty bits of Applique ? exquisite Handkerchiefs from the very plainest to the hand? some real lace sort. La? dies' and Gents' Holiday Umbrellas are here?new Laces, Sofa Cushions, Silk Cords and every wan table thing for the Holiday season. f The Monticello Corner ffiE3Bnfi Final Preparations Lowest Prices. always-disclose unsuspected needs. Bring your going, away needs here. From a bit of Ribbon to an elaborate outfit, every |l thing your wardrobe lacks' can be supplied ?Fresh, New, Stylish, and at L. H. Whitehurst, 336 MAIN STREET. New Phone 857. Ladies ON MONDAY, the 20th instant, we will make an exhibit of .Very Beautiful Hats which we received yesterday. They are entirely new effects. Mrs. P. Ries, 162 Church*Street. EVERYTHING TO EAT ?AT? . Virginia Cafe and Bakery 173 MAIN STB.EST.