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The news of Norfolk on pages 2; 3, & 5.
WEATHER REPORT. Washington, Dec. 28.?Weather lore cast for Friday and Saturday: For Virginia and North Carolina? Fair; continued cold Friday, Saturday,) and probably Sunday; light to fresh] northerly winds. NortttlkVitiMl Vicinity. WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. ? Fair and cold; fresh north winds. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL. AND | HUMIDITY. December 28, 1809. Maximum temperature. 34 I Minimum temperature . 30 Normal temperature '. 40 j Departure from normal ??.minus Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st .?;.minus 258 Snow In past 24 hours.03 Rainfall since first of month.1.24 Mean relative humidity . 84 CALENDAR. Sun rises, 7:17 a. m.; sets, 4:57 p. m. TIDES. Norfolk?tHlgh water, 6:13 a. m. and 1 6:27 p. m.; low water, 0:00 a. m. and 12:?.6 p. m. Old Point?High water, 5:52 a. m. and I 6:06 p. m.; low water, 11:39 a. m. and 12:15 p. m. i i v ? n a a, nutiok. 'vbS<ToT5^T1^o"1u^ Til A L. BENTON tool; place Thursday, December 28, at 3 o'clock, from the Flrsl Rapl'sl Church. Services were conducted by Row E. B. Hatcher assisted by the Rev. J. W. Carroll, of Lnmbert's Polnl M. E. Church, after which tho romalns were Interred In Elm wood Cemetery. The following gentlemen acted as pall? bearers: C. S. Kegeblne, W. T. Owens, C. C. Blick, D. Alerson. J. T. Williamson. Prof. James Harvey, J. W. Delle, S. b. Thompson. mil!. STATES.?At the residence of his par? ents, Avenue C. Huntersvlllp, Thursday, December 2S, at 1:30 p. Im., CHAS. FRANKLIN STATES. Infant son of Ernest C. nnd Mary E. States, aged 2 years and 2 months. Tho funeral will lake place from the above residence FRIDAY, December 2fl. at 3 p. m. Friends of tho family Invited to attend. Monuments an j Gravestones. The selection of. a suitable, memorial In marble or gran? ite can be readily made from our stock, for we carry the largest assortment of llnlshcd designs in tho South. THE COUPER MARBLE WORKS RHlnbllntitMl no Yflurn. ISO Hin Mit ii ft Wt;_Niirlolll, Vn. .in; ii i !."> ?; The Norfolk Hank for Savings and Trusts. Norfolk. Va. December 20. IS'.U*. TIIK ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of this bank, for the election of directors for the ensuing year, will he held at its banking house, 24(> Main street, on Tuesday, the 9th day of January. 1800, between the hours of 12 m. and 2 o. m. dc20-tdm W. W. VICAR. Cashier. AM I'M..11 l.NTS. ACADEMYT^?^A!;/V.H,I, IIROADHURST'S ROARING FARCE WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES. Clean, bright and humorous. Prices: Matinee, 50 cents; night, 250., 50c. 75c and 81.00. de29 31 AUDITORIUM THEATRE I JAS. W. BARTON, Prop. Only Vaudeville House Playing High Class Acts. ?GO TO? LOWE & MILLER, ?FOR? Fine Smilhficid Hams, Deerfool Farm Sausage, Choice Baltimore Corned Beef, Smoked Beef Tongue, / Finest Mackerel, Smoked Salmon, North Carolina Roe Herring, Codfish Tongues and Sounds, Smoked Herring, Pickled Lamb's Tongues, etc., etc,, etc. Both Phones 343. Prompt Delivery. ALL NEW GOODS. de2l-3m_ HAVE YOU TRIED OUR MAYFLOWER PURE RYE WHISKEY? For family ond medicinal use. Only $2.50 I per gallon, worth $3.50. 25 Two Orphans Cigars in a handsome package, only $1.00. Best 5c. cigar made. N. & B. F. METZGER, No. 103 Commercial Place. ?HEADQUARTERS FOR PURE! V and Fresh Roasted Coffee at " Bennett Bros., <jl l!> No. 59 New Market Space, Jl ft Norfolk. Va. >1 fc. Our Coffee Is roaatcd every Frl- -a f( day for Saturday's trade. We keep y k> tho finest and largest selection of /A |( Tea and Coffee that can be found )] ft In the city, and at prices that <i [( defy competition. Our goods are )] f> always fresh from the roaster and <i '.! warranted to give satisfaction or jjl Y> money cheerfully refunded. AU wo ?I \[ ask 'o a trial. )[ k> Fox River and Elgin Butter In <4 '.! tub or prints always on hand at B f> tho lowest prices. SUGAR AT V COST. Christmas Presents Those wishing to see a good assortment of first class goods in tho way of useful Christmas presents, such as fine Carving Bets, Table Knives, Stag. Celluloid, Bone . Ivory and Silver Plated Handles. All Erodes Silver and Nlcklo Plated Ware ?and a large assortment of many other useful artioloa too numerous to mention. Call and see my goods and you will be pleased with both the goods and tho prices. P. J. MALBON, 109 Commercial Place Both Phones No. 401. THE MARRIAGE ? ALTAR A Beautiful Wedding at McKen dree M, E. Church. .III?* .Unt-KTCt !voiilni Proctor Weil? Mr. TlKimitm llnsltlns Gi?rilen?The t'ole?-?S)il|t|? Nu|iiinls-91i*><> Sawyer Blnri'lrn Mr. Ilarpor. . The auditorium of McKeniirce M. E. Church was filled to repletion at 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon by an au? dience gathered to witness the nuptial ceremony of Mr. Thomas Haskins Gar? den, formerly of Prince Edward county, Vai, but now a resident of Mississippi, and Miss .Margaret Louise Proctor, of Norfolk, daughter of Mrs. Virginia A. and the late Rev. J. IT. Proctor, of the Virginia Conference. The spacIouB edifice was elaborately j decorated with palms, ferns, potted I plants and autumn flowers, the pulpit and chancel presenting a scene of trop? ical beauty. The marriage rite was performed by Rev. "William R. Proctor, pastor of the church, assisted by Rev. Fred Proctor, of Richmond, brothers of the bride and members of the Virginia Con? ference, and Rev. A. E. Vennble, of the i Presbyterian Church, Ray View, Vii., a brolher-ln-law of the groom. Mr. II. E. Redd, of Huntersvllle. Ala., was the best man, and Miss Adelaide Proctor, sister of the bride, filled the role of maid of honor. Mr. John F. Wilson, of Portsmouth, and Mr. Char'es Sydnor, of Petersburg, acted as ushers. The bridal party entered the church, to the sweet notes of tho wedding march from Mendelssohn, exquisitely performed on the organ by Mrs. James E. Hinlon, organist and musical direct? or of the choir, in the following order: The ushers in the lend, followed by the bride, under the escort of her maid of honor, while tho groom and his best man proceeded up an opposite aisle. Arriving In front of the pulpit and chancel the groom and bride met, and tho two were happily joined In the 1 bonds of holy wedlock, the wedding ring forming a prominent feature of the ceremony. The bride wore a rich traveling ^?-ilt. of castor cloth, with bat and gloves to correspond, and carried Bride roses. , while the maid of honor was costumed in a handsome gown of gray cloth.' and carried pink carnations nntl maiden? hair ferns. The groom, his best man and ushers were attired In full dress suits, with white rose boutonnlereit. At the conclusion of the nuptials the bridal party retired from the church while the organ played the recessional march, and were driven in carriages to the Hay Line wharf, where Mr. and Mrs. Garden embarked on the steamer on a bridal, tour North. Their future residence will be at West Point, Mis? sissippi, and they will be at home to their- friends after January 12th, 1900. There were a largo number of elegant and costly wedding gifts. Quite a number of people from Ports? mouth, where the bride recently lived, attended the wedding, while those from a distance were Miss May Allen, of Hebron, Vn.; Rev. A. E. and Mrs. Ven? nble. of Bny View, and Rev. Fred Proc? tor and wife, of Richmond. The bride is a young lady of superior culture and charming presence. The groom is prominently connected with the American Tp.bacco Company in Mis? sissippi. jP COLES?SIIIPP. A pretty wedding was celebrated at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Cordel, No. 13!) Wood street, at 8 o'clock last night. The parties to the contract were Mr. W. W. Coles, or Norfolk, and Miss Emma 10. Shipp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon L. Shipp, of Jacksondalc, Princess Anne county, Va. The parlors were tastefully decorated in honor of the event, and the ceremony was performed by Rev. Samuel C. J Hatcher, pastor of Queen Street M. Ii. Church, In the presence of relatives and i close friends of the contracting parties. The bride was attired In white or? gandie, with white lace trimmings. j Miss Minnie Jordan, of Henderson. X. C, was maid of' honor. Her costume : was similar to that of the bride. The groom and his host man, Mr. Frank Cooper, wore conventional black. I A handsome reception followed. Mr. and Mrs. Coles will reside at 139 Wood street. There were a number of pretty bridal presents. - HARPER?SAWYER. Mr. Charles H. Harper, of Bnrbeton. Ohio, and Miss V.nndclla Sawyer, daughter of Mr. I. L. Sawyer, of this city, were united in the bonds of mat? rimony at the home of the bride's 1 brother. Mr. W. 15. Sawyer, No. Ill i East Highland avenue, Brambleton, at I -1:20 p. in. yesterday. , 1 The nuptial knot was tied by Rev. J. ,T. Hnll. n. D.. of the Park Avenue Bap? tist Church, and the ceremony was wit? nessed by tho relatives and a select company of InvItPd guests, friends of the contracting parties. The bride wore a handsome traveling suit of brown broadcloth, with bat and gloves to match. The groom appeared in full dress. There were no attend? ants. I The marriage over, Mr. and Mrs. Harper left on the Washington steamer for Bnrbeton, the home of the groom, where they will reside In future. TO WED IN READING. There will be a very charming wed? ding in Reading, Pa., next Wednesday, the patties to the marriage vow heilig both well known and extremely pop? ular In Norfolk, where they have been employed for several years?the f-ne as assistant manager -and advertising di? rector of tltu* large establishment of Miller, Rhoads & Co., the other as bookkeeper for the same firm. It is kruxvsrt, that both these parties, for to the rending public tho names of Mr. John H. Sisnian and M.'si Catherine Krelder will at onto suggest them? selves, arc and have been extremely busy people, but It is beyond preadven ture that Cupid has found t. me to as? sist with accounts and take a hand at full-page ads., and the result is pla'nly evide t henceforth the tendency of the little archer god to mix himself up with satins, silks and laces, evn In the bale, must be admitted, as his pjnehant for haunting them when reduced to fem? inine toilettes has long slice passed te yonu gainsaying, and his patronage of pen and ink been well known. Still? flgunes have always been supposed to be an afterthought, but even this idea is now exploded. W* tli both these lucky people to make accpuaiuances is to make friends, and as result a very large number will be interested In their prospective happi? ness, and their well-wishers will num? ber hundreds, if not thousands. Miss Kreidler has gone . home to Rending to make''ready for the event, and Mr. Slsm-an Is wearing rose uout onnleres in his coat, presumably to Let used to it. Mr. Sisman has won the reputation of a tine business man, thoroughly up to date, and alive to the interests of the hruse he r presents, of sterling charac? ter, affable and courteous, and a com? prehensive manager, Just the man, in fact, for the place. Miss Kreidler is an expsrt in her profession, and a very sensible, loveable and charming young lady. A short wedding journey to Northern cities will be taken, and, returning, the pair will reside in a new house on 01 pey Road, Ghent. POLICE COURT RACKET. NURSING IT IS LEG?A COUPLE IN TROUBLE?NOTES. Mary Jane Johnson, colored, is now in the same boat wilh her husband. R will be remembered that James Johnson, an old negro of Berkley, was sent on to the grand jury sometime ago on the charge of grand larceny. He sold a house and lot in Berkley to Moses Salsbury, of this city, giving him a clear title to the property, not? withstanding the fact that there was a mortgage of $110 on It. The wife Is alleged to have signed the deed, and It, '.s probable that both she nnd her husband will be tried at the same time. William Carter, the negro who was shot Wednesday by Special Officer Hamm, of the Norfolk and Western Railroad, for trespassing on the com? pany's property and attempting to cut the nlllcer with a knife, Is now In the jail hospital. His case was called in the Police Court yesterday morning, but continued until Saturday. The wound in Carter's right leg is not dan? gerous. BRIEF MENTION. Mary F. Tale, * colored, for abusing Maty Morton, paid $11.50. Matthew Russell will spend five days in jail for stealing acme cream from tho Virginia Pharmacy. J. J. Men-inn will be tried this morn? ing on the charge of stealing a bicycle. The case of George Garrell, colored, charged wilh stealing a oon-t, was con? tinued for ten days. Two colored girls. Martha and Louise Robinson, were sentenced to sixty days each in jail for stealing from Mr. VV. R. Bnrham clothing vnlued at 520. DR. WHARTON TO GO FOUNDER 01r BRANTLY BAPTIST CHURCH WILD RESIGN. Tho Baltimore, Sun of yesterdny says: It Is understood that the Rev. Dr. Henry M. Wharton, pastor of the Brnritly Baptist Church, Edmondson avenue and Schroeder street, will ten? der his resignation lo the deacons of the church on January 1 and .sever his connection with the congregation nt that time. His brother. Rev. Dr. M. B. Wharton. j the co-pastor, who has had charge of the active work for nearly a year, has already resigned and will preach his last sermon oh Sunday night at 10 o'clock, when a meeting to watch tho old year out will be held. Rev. M. B. Wharton said yesterday that he would leave Baltimore early next week for his home in Atlanta. Ga, H.e Is now con? sidering a proposal to go to New Orleans to engage in church work in that city, but nothing definite has boon decided. When asked whether his brother would resign the first of the month. Rev. Mr. Wharton admitted it, but said he could not talk on the mat? ter, its all the correspondence had been between the deacons ? and his brother and not with himself. Dr. H. M. Wharton Is now in Philadelphia, where he has been for several months en? gaged In evangelical work. The rea? son given out for his resignation is that he desires to devote himself ex? clusively to the evangelical work, for which he believes himself Decullarly filled. Pleasant Recoptlori. Miss Lucy Holt, of Park Place, gave a very delightful reception at her home last night In honor of her cousin, Miss Grace Daniels, of Suffolk College, who is spending the Christmas holidays with her. Among those present were the Misses Bnreroft, Murray, Black. Cor prew, Harris, Scott and Messrs. Hayes, Robert ami Henry Johnston. Rainey, Griffin, Cannon, Dodson and Brick house. The evening hours wore whiled away in social converse nnd innocent games, winding- up with a bountiful distribution of refreshments. Transportation Agents Dine. Yesterday's Baltimore Sun says: The agent j of the Morerants' nnd Miners' Transportation Company he'.d trelr an? nual dinner at the Hotel Rennen last night. They discussed plans for the coining year. Mr. J. C. Whitney pre? sided. Thiise present included Messrs. A. M. Graham. H. T. Orr. Boston: J. W. McCloskcv. Biov'dence: R. H. Wtlghl, Norfolk, Va.; Carroll 11. Smith Phlla delphla; L. C. Saurdevs, Newport News; J. J. Carokui, Savannah; . J. W. Smith, Atlanta'; A. D. stebb-n*. P. W. Kennedy, T. F. Lipps nnd W. P. Tur? ner, Baltimore. Christmas Entertainment. To-night a Christmas ent: rtnlnment will be siv,-n nt Emmnnu?l Chapel, cor? ner Wide -anil Calvcrt streets, to the thirty-four mothers belonging to the Mothers' Mission. After religious ser? vices presents will be distilbuled. All Hie latest shapes and styles In Neckwear. A treat In store for Christ? inas buyers. Rudolph! & Wallace, 333 Main street. Chrltmns is near .at hand nnd we have been mindful of It, and as a re? sult are more prepared to show one of the best-selected stocks of diamonds watches. Jewelry and silverware to be found in the city. , Our prices have been marked down to ensure ready sales. You are corddlally invited to Inspect our goods before purchasing elsewhere. , THE GALE JEWELRY CO. THE RYAN INJUNCTION Argument Will Not Be Heard Un? til January 8th. Hlrluitntitl rlmiiiber of < h m uhtcc Sfuy Aci-After tlie B. A O. -- To 1 rmi-4|inr? NmvuI Recruits ? Jim ('row Car l.uw-l". AO. Kar ill us*. Argument on the application of Thos. j F. Ryan for an Injunction restraining the consolidation of the Seaboard and I Roanoke, the Georgia and Alabama and j the Florida Central and Pentnsulnr into one system will be heard In the United States District Court In Richmond Monday, January 8th, at 11 o'clock. j Argument was to have been heard by Judge Waddill yesterday, but the case was postponed by the consent nnd at the request of counsel on both sides. I President John Skeiton Williams, of j the Seaboard, Is still in New York. It was given out at the ofllces of John L. Williams & Sons, the Richmond bank? ers, yesterday that he would probably make a statement from that city in reply to the telegram from Mr. Ryan, published in the Virginian-Pilot of Wednesday. The controversy between Mr. WiU linms. president of the Seaboard, and Mr. Ryan, who controls a small por? tion of the stock, and Is endeavoring to prevent the consolidation of the lines Into one system, is attracting very gen? eral attention. It Is very probably that a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce of Richmond will be held In a few days, says the Dispatch, for the purpose of expressing the desire of the business men of Richmond to have the consoli? dation perfected. AFTER THE B. AND O. General Jamts C. Hill, Railrcud Com? missioner, Is determined that the people of the Vullcy shall have good schedul s over the Baltimore and Obi > and South? ern. About ten days ago, utter a bear? ing of the representatives of the two toads in his oflice, G ner.il H 11 ordered a change in the Baltimore and Ohio schedule of twenty minutes, and one in that of the Si u.hern of about flve min? utes. <ThIs would allow the trains of the two. ronds to connect at Strasburg Jti clon. The Southern promptly com? plied with the order, but the Bait more ami Ohio refused to do so. General Hill prop:sea to make it comply, if the law can do so. The preliminary notice was drawn by Attorney-General Mon? tague yesterday. After tve ting the facts -above set forth, th ; notice says: "Therefore. In the name of tho Com? monwealth, 1 hereby give notice that I shall move, in vncutlon, b?fore the Hon. Thomas W. Harrison, judge of the Cir? cuit Court of the county of Shenan doah. on the - day of -, 1900, be? tween the hours of sunrise and sunset, at Woodstock, in the county of Bhenan doah, to adjust said complaint and to order nnd require that said Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company Hesse? of tho sa'd Winchester and Strasburg Kallroad Company) and the said Win? chester and Strasburg Railroad Com? pany shall hold said Tinin No. 14, ?( the W:nchester and Strnsburg railroad, at said Strasburg Junct'on for connec? tion with Tialn No. 36. of the Southern Railway, and that the schedule of the sa'd Winchester and Strnsburg Ra 1 road Company shall b? Changed In c ?n formlty thereto. JAMES C. H ILLi, "Rnilroad Commlssioi er for and in he half of the Commonwealth of Vir? ginia." NAVAL RECRUITS. The Chesapeake and Ohio will receive 121 naval recruits at Jersey City at S o'clock this morning, when they begin their long trip to the Mare island Navy-yard, at Snn Francisco. The special train in which the future jackks will ride will consist of four sleepers, a dining-car and a baggoge car. The train will run over the Penn? sylvania to Washington, thence over the Chesapeake and Ohio to Cincinnati, thence via the Big Four to Chicago, thence by the Suntc Fc route to San Francisco. Under recent arrangements perfected by tho War and Navy De? partments, the transnortntlon corn panics now furnish subsistence for sol jdiers and marines carried by them. Formerly the men were subsisted by the departments. Now they tire fed on dining-cars and at railway restaurants. UN PLEA S A NT PROSPECTS. Railroad people, as a rule, are not ut all pleased at the prospect of the Vir? ginia General Assembly passing a law requiring that separate coaches be pro? vided for negro passengers. It means, of course, additional expense and trou? ble. North nnd South lines, like the Southern and Atlnntlc Const Line, need give themselves little concern over the matter, as they have to provide sepa? rate coaches under the North Carolina law. It will catch the Chasepeake and Ohio and Norfolk and Western. RUMORED EXTENSION. The news that the new owners of the old Chester end Lenolr railway (be? lieved to be the Seaboard Air Line) will extend It southeastward to Charleston and northwestward to Bluefleld. W. Va.. attracts attention among railway people in the Old North State. C. & O. EARNINGS. The gross earnings of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company for the third quarter of November, 1899, were $206.035.89; for the same period. 1898, $269.630.70, an increase of $25,399.19. New Year's Dinner. The members of the W. C. T. IT. are aiding the new superintendent of the Church. Street Mission. Rev. Harry Wnllon. in getting up tlie usunl New Y,-aN<minner for the poor. The dinner will be given at the mission, on Church street.' next Tuesday, January 2. This chailty reaches such people as sailors, boatmen and wo:klng p.-opli generally. Need of Clothing. Mrs. Roughton, president , of the Frances Barnes' Ys, reports several families destitute of wearing apparel, and requests any otic having children's or lady's clothes to spare to send theni to her home. No. 267 Brewer street, and they will be distributed to these fami? lies. A Christmas Festival. Cumberland Street M. K. Sunday school gave its annual Christmas tree festival last evening In the lecture room of the church, James Talbot Kegebeln presiding. It being In all pro? bability the last Christmas entertain? ment that will be held in the old church or within its portals (the congregation expecting to inhabit their new church by the fall of 1S00). The.old church lecture-room was nicely decorated for the occasion, and the Christmas tree to the left of the platform was laden with Innumerable goods for the chil? dren in the shape of candies, apples and oranges, besides their usual tokens of presents and gifts. Old Santa Claus, in his same melancholy and humorous way, called forth the teachers and scholars and distributed to each the greetings of the Christmnstide. The entertainment was beyond all question a charming success, the fol? lowing being the program: Opening Hymn ? "All Halt the Power of Jesus' Name".. Prayer.Rev. H. E. Johnson, D. D. Recitation.Miss Lorcne Way Vocal Solo . Mrs- Sinclair Instrumental Solo . .Miss Fannie Lee Merry Singing . By the Entire School Recitation.. .Miss Maude'Estellc Hecht Vocal Solo . Miss Hattle Way Recitation . Miss Dos. Skinner Vocal Solo . Miss Alice Barrett Vocal Solo . Mrs. Dr. Farmer Benediction informally. Property Transfers. The following deeds of bars gin and sale were admitted to record yesterday In the Clerk's office: ?R. W. Sylvester, executor, et als. lo Sarah Matthews et als., one-fourth re of land at Lambert's Point; $1 and other valuable consideration. D. W. Ferfier to J. C. Hbfhcintcr, persona! properly: $60. OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 5. THE Joseph Brown STORE Good Time for Underwear Buying. Good garments for women or children at 2$. Very much better for both, at, or' in the neighborhood of, SO. And for men you'll find \vo?lr fleeced Shi its'and Draw? ers at $0. We know ot nothing in tleeced, their equal. . Grays of (he worthy sorts at 75 and 1.00. Josepii Brown - 220 plain si. raaas&flsssaa^.rara ? THE1 LoweiiMg socially STORE rices TO-D?Y ?ON? -AND BENJ, LOWENBERG, 34 Granby Street. OU") PHONE !*S. We have moved from our former store No. 222 Main St.. and on January 1st. 1900, will occupy the store No. 386 Main, two doors from Church street. 1 Y;.l? WATT, RETTEW & CLAY. Big Bargains in Men's Underwear ! Timely bargains for men. Heavy, fleece lined fancy shirts and drawers?sell regu? larly at SOc.?now 39c. a gar? ment. Heavy, natural (gray) wool 1 shirts and drawers?sell regu? larly at $1?now 69c. a gar-r^ ment. -|| Heavv, all-wool Red Flannel ? Shirts?sell regularly at now 75c. each. Heavy natural and blacky wool sox?sell regularly at 19c.?now 12j4c. a pair. Watt, Rettew & Clay WE OFFER Every Coat in our g House at a reduced price g ?and they're bargains too ?if your size is here ? you'll surely appreciate ? this low price harvest?? Suits too are greatly re? duced?from the popular priced ones to the best? Can't go into detail?too busy selling Suits?Been here ? DOZIER'S. Close Warm Underwear For Winter's Icy Air.' Every item mentioned here. is a full value and a bargain. ige Ladies' line white Australian wool a vests and pants, $1 and $1.50 a gar- : ment. Ladies' white wool ribbed vests and pants, 75c. and Si a garment. Ladies' white jersey ribbed vests.. and pants, with inside fleece, silkl trimmed and pearl buttons, 50c. Ladies' white jersey ribbed vests - and pants, thick and with an inside ; fleece, 25c. Men's tine white wool snirts and r drawers, 31, $1.25 and ?1.75 per gar? ment. Men's gra> shirts and drawers, fleeced, 50c. Full stock of Children's Underwear. '; S. DOZIER, 206 Main St.. . Norfolk, Va. ACADEMY OP MUSIC BUILDING. -If you contemplate buying a -Piano within tho next thirty days.. -it will pay you to call and see our -magnificent Xmaa stock of Pianos.' -For fifty-eight years thf? STEIFE -Piano Ivas been before the public. -It is unexcelled for sweetness of-. -tone, touch, durability and artistic -finish: STIEFF PIANO WAREROOMS, MONTI CELLO, GR.ANBY ST^ ')? PIANOS TUNED. BOTH PHONES 1109. BENJ. L. DOZIER, Livery, BoarrJing->an<i Transient Stables, 6l>63, 65 Cove Street. . Everythlnir new and up-to-date^ S. S. PHONE, 606. , OLD PHONE. 993. 5TENGIL GUiT&R? Rubber and Steel S c aroj Railroad, Hotel, and Brass Cheeks. Badges, Stencil and Stan_ Inki, Pads, Datere, etc';,-? PHOENIX sunnp ana-siencii Woiu? Job Printers, Cm- Hlviwh and Church Ste.