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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES 2, 3, 5 & 6.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 8. 1300.
Forecast for Tuesday and Wednes?
For Virginia and North Carolina
Fair Tuesday; Increasing cloudiness
Wednesday; brisk northerly winds, be?
If Norfolk nitil Vicinity.
" : WEATHER FORECAST FOR
t Fair and colder; northwest winds.
MMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND
f j HUMIDITY.
January 8, 1900.
Maximum temperature. 54
Minimum temperature . 4?
Normal temperature . 41
Departure from normal.plus 6
Departure from normal since Janu?
ary 1st.minus 37
Rainfall in pust 24 hours . 0
Rainfall .since first of month .H
Mean relative humidity .70
' Sun rises at 7:18 a. m. and sets at
6:07 p. m.
' Norfolk?High water, 3:30 a. m. and
3:58 p. m. Low water, 9:55 a. m. and
9:55 p. m.
Old Point?High water, 3:09 a. m. and
3:5S p. m. Low water, 9:53 a- m. and
9:34 p. m.
HNNIS.?Sunday, at 6 o'clock A. M.. in
Howl'ng Greon. Vn., Mrs. WM'. 11 ENN1S
daughter or the late Judge Louis Hllliard,
of this city.
M'KOWN.?At her residence, Myers
Farm Norfolk count e. Vs.. Stinduy. Jan?
uary 7lh. l!)0O. at 2 o'clock P. M., ELI'/.A
BET11 M'KOWN. aged 70 years.
The funernl will tnkc place from aliove
residence TUESDAY MORNING at 11
O'clock. Friends and Ttcquaintanccs are
Invited to attend. 0
TYNAN.?At the residence1. No. 10? Ber?
muda, street Monday. January Mb. 100").
ill 7 o'clock P. m., WILLIAM A., son of
Mary E. and the lato William Tynan,
ngrd 24 years-.
The f?nf rul will lake place fronr SI.
Mary's Catholic Church' WEDNESDAY
MORNING at. 10 o'clock.Priens of Ihe
family arc Invited to utlcnd. 2t
CAPPS. ? At her residence Monday,
January 8th; at 4 P. M'., ELIZABETH J..
beloved wife of J. C. Oapps. aged ,riC
The funeral will lake, place THIS (Tues?
day) AFTER NOON from her late resi?
dence. No. 112 Granville avenue, sit 3
O'clock. Friends and acquaintances re?
spectfully invited to attend.
Monuments and Gravestones.
The selection or a suitable
memorial In marble or gran
Do can be readily made from
our stock, for we enrry tho
largest assortment of finished
designs In tho South.
THE GOUPfcR MARBLE WORKS
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AStated communication of
CORINTHIAN LOIX.US No. 2tUI. &
a, f. A- a. M.. will be. h.dd in theli XX
lodgo room, Ingrain's Hall, corner 'V\
llramblelon and Rcscrvo r avenues,
TO-MORROW (Tuesday) evening,
January flth, at. 7:30 o'clock. Anniversary.
All Master Masons in good standing are
fraternally invited lo be present.
Bv order W. M.
11 L. .1. Old VER, Secretary.
Oftlce of the
City Gas Company of Norfolk.
* Norfolk. Va.. Dec. 30, 1?I9.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of Ihe stockholders of the Oily Gas
Company of Norfolk will be held at the
company's office. Nos. 82 und SI Plume,
street. Norfolk, Va.. on MONDAY. Jan?
uary 13th. 1900, al 11 o'clock a. m.
F. 11. sawyer,
The Norfolk Bank for
Savings and Trusts.
Norfolk Va. December 20. 1S99.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of this bank, ror the
election of directors for the ensuing year,
will be held at Its banking house, 2-lti
Main street, on Tuesday, tin? 91 h day of
January. IfOO. heiween the hours of 12
lit. :ind 2 p. m.
de20-tdm W. W. VICAR. Cashier.
The annual meeting of the Stockholders
of Ihe Atlantic Trust and Security Com?
pany will be held at the Company!? of?
tlce. No. fhl Oranby street. Norrolk Va.,
on Wednesday, tin- Kith day of January,
lfKA R. M. WILKINSON.
de 12-1 u-.M Secretary.
*M IINKM K.VIf?.
MATINEES TH?RS. AND SATURDAY.
WILBUR-KIRWIN OPERA CO.
Chilli go of opera, each performance.
Tuesday night, "Said Pasha."
Prices. I.V., 25c., 35c. and BOc. jn9-5t
ALFRED A. FARLAND,
Biinjoisl. of Now York City, at Y. M. C.
A. Hall TUESDAY. January 16th, 8:l? P.
M.. assisted by Miss Sue Russell, reciter.
Double tiekets,$1.00; singla admission,
??iDITO RIU Hi TH E ATRE~l
JAS. M. BARTON, Prop.
Only Vaudeville House
Playing High Class Acts.
-It you contemplate buying a
-P'ano within the next thirty days
-It will pay you to call and see our
-magnificent Xmas stock of Pianos.
-For fifty-eight years the STEIFP
-Piano has been beforo the public.
-It Is unexcelled for sweetness of
-tone, touch, durability and artistic
STIEFF PIANO WAREROOMS,
MONTICELLO, GRANBY ST.
BOTH PHONES 1109.
GhMmGE* & WALLER
12-18 PLUME ST.
Contractors'& Builders' Supplies
NEW LOT BALTIMORE PAVINO
Flro Clay, Chimney Linings, Fancy end
Plain Chimney Tops, Bcwcr and Well
yiiie. Drain Tfle. etc ?
V.,- ., ? . , .
First Meeting of Special Commit?
tee of the City Councils.
Ml>ei or l'rcscut Law I)!?cui.ie<l in All
Ita Hearings mul licuicdlnl LeglM
lntlou Nurcuioil-Small Attend*
unco of Citizen* ? Auollicr fllool?
The special committee on sidewalk
improvement held its lirst meeting last |
Mr. Camp, chairman, and Messrs.
Martin, Hodges, Oberndorfer and Marx,
"the members of the committee, were all
present. Though an advertisement had
been published In every paper in Nor?
folk extending aii^nvJUtUon to all in
terestcd citizens to appear before the |
committee, only live accepted this in?
vitation. These were Colonel C. A. j
Nash, Messrs. John 11. Core, 13. Ball,
William Marablc and James A. Kidj
well. The committee was disappointed
in not 'having a larger number pres?
ent to give ?their views on this Import?
ant mailer. After a free discussion of |
the question of improving the slip
walks the committee decided tti hold an I
adjourned meeting next Monday night,
lo which nil interested citizens lire
City Attorney Taylor, who was pres?
ent last night in nn advisory capacity,
said Unit no change in the Stale law j
was absolutely necessary, though leg?
islation, special and specillc, would]
make the city's ease stronger. He be?
lieved a line in lieu of distraint pro?
ceedings against those falling to obey
the law as to the laying and repair?
ing of sidewalks would be a better rem?
edy. He suggested that tho city could")
cither require the property owner lo
build the sidewalk originally and pro?
vide that tho (illy should thereafter
keep it In repair, or provide that the
city build the original sidewalk and
charge onc-lialf the cost thereof lo the
properly owner, the city to keep It In
repair, or that the city could require
It to be both built und kept in repair
by the property owner, as at present.
He explained that the constitutionality
of the present law was now being test?
ed by a case brought by Mr. C. Whittle
.Sums in the City Circuit. Court, and
that I he case would he carried from
this court to the Court of Appeals to
gel. a linal decision in the matter. It
will probably he u year before this de?
cision Is secured:
City Engineer Brooke, who was also |
present in an advisory capacity, ex?
plained that about II0O.O0O feet of side?
walk would have lo be laitl or rolald.
A brick pavement, he said, would last |
for 15 years on nn average.
The report of the Special Committee
on Sidewalk*, appointed by the Coun?
cils in IS'.IC, was read by Chairman j
Camp. Thi? report was on a petition
signed by many Norfolk citizens asking
that the city lake in hand the laying
and repairing or all sidewalks, requir?
ing the properly owner to pay the orig?
inal cost of the sidewalk abutting his
properly. The report slated that a. spe
clal fund would bo necessary to carry |
out such a change in the law. and
that It would require the levy of a spe?
cial tax of 5 cents on the $100.
Colonel Niirih, addressing the com?
mittee, said that something must be
done along tin.- line of securing better
sidewalks. What the citizens wanted,
be said, was to get nn ordinance in con.
formlty to the Constitution of Virginia
that will adjust the matter on an equit?
able basis. He believed the present
law worked great hardships, and
lhougrrt-+hc unl.v equitable way out me
difficulty was to require the property
owners to lay the sidewalks originally
and (he city to keep them in repair at
li? own expense, suggesting thiit a spe?
cial levy be made for the purpose.
Colonel Nash thought Ihe people
would he willing to stand the special
tax of 5 cents on Ihe $100 in order lo
have belter sidewalks.
City Engineer Brooke said at this
rale of taxation it would take a num?
ber of years to get all (he sidewalks
in proper shape.
Colonel Nash said n gradual Im?
provement of the sidewalks, as the
sirects had been repaved, would he
'Mr. Core agreed with Colonel Nash
partly. As to the levying of a special
tax, ho thought tho work of repairing
should be paid for out of the general
tax fund. There was no need of any
special tax. It was his idea, he said,
for the ctty to take charge of the work
now and have uniform, streets as far
as possible. He devoted much of bis
argument against tho present system,
telling of how the Street. Sewer and
Drain Department and others Injured
the sidewalks, which had to be repair?
ed at the expense of tho property own?
ers. He said the Court of Appeals had
twice decided that no Doles could be
erected on the sidewalks, except by
condemnation procecdslngs, yet the
Councils, disregarding this, gave per?
mission for the erection of poles.
Mr. Marable said that Mr. Core had
expressed his opinion and he hid noth?
ing to say.
The Council, while reaching no for?
mal decision, is practically agreed upon
the proposition to ask the Letjislalure
for power to cither compel the prop?
erty owners to lay and keep in repair
the sidewalks, as nt present, or provide
that the city shall have power to com?
pel the owners of property to lay the
sidewalks originally, the city to there?
after keep them in repair. In other
words, the committee is at present in
favor of asking the Legislature to give
the city power to enact and enforce
such legislation as shall be deemed best
after a thorough sifting of all the ar?
?IAIN-KILLEB, so Ju.nly celebrated,
Y>'tia ...ii.uiiceei to ine public abodt sixty
years ago, anil, now enjoys a popularity
unequalled by any othe-r medicine, For
the euro of dysentery, cholera morbus,
rheumatism, coughs and colds, scalds,
burns. <rtc., it is without an equal. Bald
py ?U druggists. Avoid substitutes tberc
lLibuL ona Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'.
Price 2oo, and SOo. ?
DEATHS AND FUNERALS.
MR. JOHN BISHOP.
Mr. John Bishop departed this life
at hlt> home on Avenue B, Atlantic City
Ward, yesterday morning at the ad.
vanced ago or S2 years. His remains
were forwarded to Snow Hill, Md., last
evening for funeral and interment.
MISS KATIE M. WELSH.
Katie Marsh Welsh died at St. \in
cent's Hospital Sunday, aged 20 years.
Her remains were laid to rest in Elm
wood Cemetery yesterday.
MBS. ANNIE SCOTT.
Mrs. Annie Scott, a native oC Bridge?
port, Conn., passed nway at city alms
house Saturday night
MRS. REBECCA H1TE.
The obsequies of Mrs. Rebecca Hite,
who died at the residence of Mrs. W.
H. L. Cornick. No. 203 South Beset-,
void avenue. Brambleton Ward, Fri?
day, were held from St. Peter's P. E.
Church at 2:30 o'clock Sunday after?
noon. The services were conducted by
Rev. C. E. Woodson, rector of the
church. The interment was In Elm
wood Cemetery. Following ' were tho
pall-bearers:; Messrs. J. M. Godwin,
Arthur Odell. George W. Northrup, W.
T. Bailey. J. E. Henley and C. J. Jones.
m k sTTTij i z a u eti rcrM i. ehs.
The funeral of Mrs. Elisabeth C.
Myers took place front the residence
of her sister. Mrs. George Dixon, No.
St High street, at 3 p. m. Sunday. The
services were conducted by Rev. Dr.
B. D. Tucker, of St. Paul's Episcopal
Church, and tho interment was in
MISS ROYAL GARRETTB.
Miss Koyal Garrotte died at Pleasant
Kidgc, Princess Anne county, of peri?
tonitis Sunday, aged 22 years. The de?
ceased was a native of Powhatan coun?
ty, and a daughter of the late Rev. John
Wesley Garrotte, of the Virginia Con?
ference, and niece of Rev. Dr. W. P..
Pulmore, editor or the st. Louis Chris?
tian Advocate. She was a young Judy
of most lovable character, and had a
host of friends, who deeply lament her
untimely death. She taught school fop
two years at Pleasant Ridge, and was
regarded ns one of the most efficient
-(rr^jT-hers in the county. ItCT?pupils
were devoted to her. Her remains
passed through Norfolk via the Nor?
folk and "Western railroad yesterday
afternoon for Carter}.vllle, where her
funeral will bo held from the M. E.
Church at noon to-day. As a mark of
respect her school and friends follow?
ed her remains to tho depot in tills city.
George Howard, a white man un?
known in these parts, died In the jail
hospital Saturday night from alco?
holism. He was fifty years of age, and
will be burled at the city's expense.
This is the second victim of alcohol who
has died within the Jail in the past
MR. WILLIAM A. TYNAN.
Mr. William A., son of Mrs. Mary 10.
and the late William Tynan, died nit
tho residence of Iiis mother, No. 109
Bermuda street, yesterday at 7 p. ni-,
aged 21 years. The funeral will take
place at 10 o'clock to-morrow morn?
ing from St. Mary's Catholic Church,
and all friends of the family are In?
vited to attend.
CARROLL WHARTON GARRETT.
At 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon Car?
roll Wharton Gartvt't, the youngest son
of Rev. Dr. and .Mrs. R. 11, Carre.;,
of Portsmouth, died at Gwaihmcy's
Sanitarium, this city. The time and
place of the funeral will be found in
our Portsmouth column.
- MRS. ELIZABETH M'KOWN.
Airs. Elizabeth McKown, relict of the
late Archibald McKown, of Norfolk
county, died at the residence of her
son, on the Myers farm, about four
miles from the city, at 2 p. in. Sun?
day, after an illness of over one year,
in the "oth year of her age." The de
Ctnscd had been a consistent Christian
for a number of years and was a mem?
ber of tin; Kcmpsvillc Baptist Church
at the time of he demise. She bore mi
tinder her suffering with fortitude and
Christian resignation, placing her trust
i.i Christ, her savior.
She leaves a. daughter, son and broth?
er, who reside in Norfolk, and a wide
elide of friends to mourn her loss.
The funeral will be held from ihe res?
ilience at 11 o'clock Ibis morning and
.the Interment will he in the family
burying ground in Princess Anne coun?
MRS. ELIZABETH J. CAPPS.
Mrs. Elizabeth Jane Cupps, wife of
Mr. J. C. Capps, passed away at her
home,? No. 112 Granvllle avenue, at Sl:35
p. in. yesterday, after a. lingering ill?
ness, aged years. The deceased
Ii aves four sons and one daughter.
The funeral will he held from the resi?
dence at .'! o'clock this afternoon, and
will bo conducted by Rev. Dr. J. J.
Hall .of tlie Park Avenue Baptist
Church. The interment will be in Elm
Ml!. R. A. LEE.
(Sunday's Lynchburg News.)
Mr. Richard A. Lee died last night
at ten minutes past 10 o'clock at his
residence, No. 410 Church street. Ho
was one of the oldest and most respect?
ed citizens of Lynchburg.
Mr. Lee was nearly SO years of age,
having been horn May 23, 1S14. He is
survived by his wife, who wns Miss
Mary Jane Shumaker, daughter of
Ivindsny Shumaker; and to whom lie
had been married for sixty-three years.
Mr. Lee leaves eight children?Mrs.
J. W. Jennings, Mrs. Julia Hit-key, Mr.
Joseph L. Lee. Mrs. L. W. Scoville, of
Atlanta: Mrs. J. P.. Coom.es, Mrs. E. S.
Aney. of Atlanta, anil Miss Rertie Lee.
Tlie deceased was a member of the
Methodist Church and of inn city
Lodgo of Masons.
Tlie funeral will take place this af?
Mr. I>-e was the grandfather of Mr.
L. Jesenh La Faueheur, the popular
treasurer of the Academy of Music of
Virginia Company, No. 2, Uniformed
Rank Knights of Pythias, lias elected
the following oflicers: Captain, A.
Dusch; First Lieutenant, 'TV. J. Ash-ton;"
Second Lieutenant, R. ,D, Williamson;
Treasurer, c. W. Battley; Recorder,
W. H. Holland; First Sergeant. W. C.
White; Second Sergeant, C. J. Brown.
Old Dominion Council, No. 28, Home
Circle, has re-elected its old olllccrs for
the ensuing term.
CENTRAL LABOR UNION
Holds Annual Election of Officers
and Appoints Committees.
Several Otlieer? t'oiiiiHiiiicnled by Mc
election A Sew ITiiIoii AdmlKeil,
AluMuc number .Now Amltntrd
Neventooii ? A BIk Aitcutlnucc.
TJio Central Labor Union be.'.d tho
most largely attended meeting the body
has ever had last night at Central
Labor Hall, the occasion being the an
j nual meeting and election of officers,
j Fully 150 delegates were present und
' the enthusiasm and lively interest in
union welfare shown was considered
decidedly encouraging. Tho rivalry
was pleasant in every detail, und
though the business transacted took
several hours, few realized the Might of
Greater interest was shown In the
election of ofliccrs than has ever been
known in labor circles in this city be?
fore. There were three nominations
for president, two for vice-president
and three for recording and corre?
sponding secretary. The following were
the olllcers elected:', President, L. V.
Curtis (second term): Vlcc-Prcsldcht,
J. O. Persons; Recording and Corre?
sponding Secretary, Walter Pearsons;
Financial Secretary, CI. C. Kirch in lor
(re-elected); Treasurer, M. D. Colonnn
tre-elected); Sergeant-at-Arms, James
As to the Legislative Committee, two
were appointed by the president and,
at his suggestion, 'three wore elected
by the body. The former were M. D
Colonha and J. 13. Casey, the latter
were 1">. J. Reardon, C. C. Williams and
R. L. Orr.
Tho. president announced the follow?
ing standing committees:
On Organization?C. If. Perry. Gil?
bert Toddy, W. L. Frazlcr. R. A.
Q?lnn, C, V. Rudd.
On Communications?Thomas Nolan,
W. 11. .Murphy, E. A. Sieberl, A. Mc?
Lean, J. P. Casey.
On Labels?13. B. Jones, E. M. Mow
cry, James Carmlchael, C. P. Smith,
Auditing Committee?G. c. Klrch
mler. G. Lear, R. Stephens, E. T.
Canoles. C. D. Waiden
The Stage Employees' Union pre?
sented its credentials nnd was ad?
mitted to the central body. The elele
galos seated were: E. A. Seibert, C.
P. Smith, R. IT. Thayer, G. Couch.
The business of the evening trans?
acted, an hour was spent In pleasant
discussion of various matters privat?
to the unions, and adjournment was
had at a late hour.
Tho Central Labor Union now has
seventeen unions anilialed with It.
comprising almost every line of trade
In the city.
Week of Prayer Bogun.
The week of prayer recommended by
the Evangelical Alliance to be ob?
served in all the Protestant Churches
in this country and Europe, began in
this city in the Freemason Street Bap?
tist Church at 4 o'clock yesterday af?
ternoon, a large congregation being
present. The services were ted by Rev.
E. R. Hatcher, of the flrsl Baptist
Church, and the subject for discussion
was: "Prayerful Confession." The
theme was briefly Introduced by Mr.
Hatcher, who offered some wholesome
thoughts, and It was ably spoken to by
Rev. Dr. 11. E. Johnson, of the Cum?
berland Street M. TO. Church, who em?
phasized the Importance of bringing
our sins and laying them now at the
feet of .Teslls and uecepllng His gra?
cious pardon now, or He will bring
them before His bar in judgment
against us at the last day. Several
soul-stirring hymns were sung and
earnest prayers offered by Rev. Dr. .1.
J. Taylor. Rev. J. J. Hall and Rev. B.
D. Tucker, 1 >. I>. After sinking the
hymn. "Depth of Mercy, ('an There
Re," the audience was dismissed with
the benediction by Dr. Johnson.
Services will be held at the same
church at -I o'clock this afternoon.
Subject: "The Church Universal."
Lender, Rev. .1. E. Shenk; speaker.
Rev. Dr. C, E. Crammer.
For all aches, Capudlne Is the certain
remedy, certain, safe. 15 and 25c. at
Having severed my connection with
the Cnbie Piano Company, have leased
the store C2 Bank street and will here?
after act as factory agent for Chase
Bros, and Hackley pianos. Thanking
the people of Norfolk anil vicinity for
their pas-1: patronage and trusting a
continuance of same, 1 remain
No. 02 Bank street.
Southern States 'phone 824. de9-3t
Official Election To-day
The annual meeting of the Roard of
Trade and Busiriesa Men's Association
will be held to-night at S o'clock, fol?
lowed by a banciuet.
The secretary wishes especial notice
to be taken by the members of the fact
that voting on tho olficers for the en
Hiiing year will begin promptly at !>
o'clock this morning and the ballot bov
dose at Ii p. in. sharp. All members
me urged to vote early.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 5.
Words of Praiao from a Banker
Mr Chas. E. Currier, of tho Atlanta
Nutiond Hank, is very careful with his
words not only In linanclerlnK. but in his
conversation generally. He suffered much
from Indigestion, and writes:
_"1 have used Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy
In attacks of acute Indigestion, and have
always found It to give Instantaneous re?
lief. " I consider it a medicine of hljjh
merit. C. E CURRIER.
Price 50 centrt a hottle-. at all druggists;
or sent for price, express paid, by Tyner
Dyspep?he Remedy Co., 4a Mitchell St.,
Atlanta, Ga. v
? Send Five Cents In stamps to pay post?
age for Sample, FREE.
WATT, RETTEW & CLAY.
January Sale of
Norfolk women never had
such a perfect assortment to
Perfect in quality.
Perfect in workmanship.
Perfect in price.
You couldn't begin to buy
the materials and make them
up for near the little that we
ask for the finished garment.
Take, for instance, the half
dollar gowns. Those of mus
lin have entire yoke of tine
tucks and lace insertion, with
hemstitched ruflle around the
neck and sleeves. The cam?
bric ones have yoke of due
tucks with embroidery around
the neck and sleeves. And at
this price you have the choice
of six styles.
Corset Coins -10, 12;:-, 15, 25, 39,
50, 59, 60, 75, <S9c, SI and 1.25.
'Drawers 15, 19, 25, 29, 19, 50, 75,
89c, $1 and $1.25.
Gou-its?39, 50, 59, 75, S9?, SI,
$1.19, $1-25, $1.39, $1.50, $2,
S2.25, $2.09 and $2.75.
Skirts?25, 39, 50, 59, 75, 89c, $1,
$1.25, $1-39, $1.50, $2.69, $J and
Chemise?-25, 29, 39. 50 and 75c
Skirt Chemise?)9, 50, 75, 89c, $1,
?1.25, $1.39, $1.50 $1.69, $1-75
Combination -Including gown,
skirl, corset cover and drawers?
$3.69, $5, $7.69, on up (o $12.
We have provided well for
the little ones?everything ne?
Draxcers?Sixes I to 12 years?toe"
Goicns ?Sizes I lo 12 years?em?
broidery and lace trimmed?50c.
Skirts?Sizes 2 lo 12 years?hem?
stitched cambric ruflle?2 5c.
Jt\vi Waists?Sixes 1 and 2, 10:;
sizes \ and 4, 15c.
We show a splendid line of long
and short dresses and skirts.
"In His Steps."
Sc a copy.
In Mis Steps ? "What would
Jesus Do"?by Charles M.
type on good paper.
5c. a copy.
Watt, Rottow& Clay
; I bestjqljH^rice^ \
NORF 0I ^ 0 its M O]0ji;Hi<
. . . RICHMOND/.,
Kulilxx a ml Steel Stamps,
Railroad, Hotel, Uufrgagf
mul DraM Checks, ficnls.
Undoes, stencil and Stniuj
Inks, l'ads, Daten-, etc.
Stamp and Stencil M,
Cot. Nlvlioa and Church St*
A window gives an inkling
of what the store is in position
Clearly evident from what
is exhibited, that you may find
variety. The simple state?
ment, that we have never had
as many, proves our faith in
this, as an embroidery season.
Best selections are yours??
is best accomplishing dur?
ing the months of January and
February. Fine assortment of
Wash Goods at your com?
Yesterday's steamer brought
many Linens ranging from \$
to >0. Bleached Sheer Linens
intended chiefly for Shirt
Waists and Children's dresses.
39 and ?0. The brown for
the multitude of houshold
Josepit Brown 220 main St.
Opening Sale of
?The Home-Made Brand?
We invite your special at
tention to our New Depart-^
merit which is now ready for
High Class Garments
They are at prices that will
A comprehensive showing ?
of Muslin Wear for Women &
that combine? * <<
Quality and Finish.
See Window Disolay.
The Monticello Corner.
OUR SPECIAL SALE
34 Granby Street.
OLD PHONE >??
Full supply just received. Meat Cutters,
Sausage StufTers, Ifcshncr Oil Heaters,
Chicago Air-tight Wood Heaters and a
Complete assortment of Hardware at bot?
VO?K TRADE SOLICITED.
P. J, M?LBON,
109 Commercial Placa
Both Phones No. 40fc