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Washington, D. C, Sept. 7. 1900.
Forecast for Saturday and Sunday:
For Virginia?Moderate temperature
and partly cloudy weather Saturday,
with fresh northeasterly winds; pro?
bably rain Sunduy.
For North Carolina?Partly cloudy
and cooler Saturday, with rain In west?
ern portion; fresh to brisk easterly
winds; Sunday rain.
Norfolk uini virinMT.
Partly cloudy; moderate tempera?
ture; northeasterly winds.
September 6th, 1900.
Maximum temperature. 93
Minimum tcmporuturo . 68
Normal temperature . 74
Departure, from normal .plus C
Departure from normal since Jan?
uary 1st .plus 214
Rainfall In past 24 hours. 0
Rainfall since 1st of month . 0
Mean relative humidity . 76
Sun rises at 5:41 a. m. and sets at
6:23 p. m.
High water at 7:58 a. m. and 8:28 p.
m. Low water at 1:51 a. m. and 2:13
fctntc of Ohio, City of Toledo, )
Lueus County . )
Fit ANK J, CHENEY makes oath
thai he Is tho senior partner of the llrm
of F. J. CHENEY & CO., doing business
in the City of Toledo, County and State
nfnrcsnld. and that said firm will pav the
turn of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS fin
each and every case of Catarrh that can?
not be cured by tho use of It ALL'S CA?
FRANK .T. CHENEY,
Sworn to before mo and subscribed In
my presence, this tilh, day of December,
a. O. use.
SKA L. A. W. C.LEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cre Is taken Internally
and act:; directly on the blood and mu?
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists, T.'.c.
Hall's Family vPllls are the best.
DENNI8.?Entered Into rest Friday,
September 7th, 1900, at G o'clock P. M.,
MA LI.IK D., son of Samuel S. and Lucy
C. Dennis, In the 26 th year of his age.
The funeral will take place SUNDAY.
September 9th, at 3 o'clock from the
Lekles M. E. Church. Friends and ac?
quaintances respectfully Invited to at?
KNOTT.?At the residence of his par?
ents. Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Knott. No. A
Maple avenue. Friday morning. Septem?
ber 7th. at 5:30 o'clock. KLLKKSON
KNOTT. aged 6 mouths and 10 days.
The funeral will take place at above
resilience THIS (Saturday) MORN1NO
at 10:30 o'clock. Friends of family re?
spectfully Invited to attend.
You nro invite*! to personally
examine, our assortment of Mar?
ble and Granite Memorials?tho
larRrsl retail stork In the South.
If unable to call, write for free
Illustrated Catalogue. Wo guaran?
tee fcafe delivery of shipment and
pay tho freight.
|Tli6 Couiier Marble Works
160 ti> 1G3 Hank ?L Norfolk. V?.
Norfolk. Vn.. August 291 h. 1900.
HP HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
JL STOCKHOLDERS OF THE AMERI?
CAN FERTILIZING CO., will be held at
the company's office. No. 13 Atlantic
streot, on WEDNESDAY. September 12th.
3900. at 12 o'clock, m.
FRANK E. WILCOX.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC I "-SSLS*
COMBS AM? ORADY'S
G reales I of Naval Dramas
Prices?250., 50c, 7".e. and $1.00. se7-Ht
Ocean View Theatre
JOE LEFA UCIIEUR .Manager.
S?ll open and will remain so until
late in September.
?im ii? wisisw;?
FRANK GARDENER AND
In their Original Musical Karle entitled
? The Shattered Idol."
The Prince of Klack Face Comedians.
KEOUGH ANU UALLARD,
Vi FREDO AND FORREST .
Tho Musical Tramp and tho Elastic
The I'ler remains open for fishing nnd
ADMISSION, 10 CKNTS. CHILDREN,
HALF PRICE. sc2-tf
We have a large* number of SECOND?
HAND PIANOS; must sell to make room
for new block; $15 and upward.
66 GRANBY STREET^
One week only we will sell our $5.00, }
and $li Trusses; for tho uniform price
This dangerous and much neglected dls
lase permanently cured without operation
f>r detention from business in a few pain?
We mnko a specialty of this and kin?
dred distressing ailthcnts and gii.iranleo
a permanent cure.
Varicocele and Hydrocele 1
Sured In one simple treatment,
onsultatlon absolutely freo and solic?
Office hours dally 9 A. M. to P. M.
Sundays J to 1.
National Rupture Institute,
40t Main Street. Cor. Church.
tfORilOLJC ?.??>?>? .VIRGINIA
DIGESTED BY W. B. MARTIN
VIRGINIAN - PILOT.
Notes of Cases Recently Decided
Which Are of Interest to
c. op q. nr. co. v. bond.
- Supreme Court of Georgia.
June 6, 1900.
WHEN A WIDOW CAN RECOVER
FOR THE KILLING OF HEU
HUSBAND THE MEASURE OF
DAMAGES IS THE FULL VALUE
OF HIS LIFE. ALTHOUGH THEY
WERE LIVING IN A STATE OF
The Court says:
It is insisted that the court erred
In charging the jury that the more
fact that the plaintiff and her hus?
band may have been living In a state
01 separation at the time of the hom?
icide would neither prevent a recov?
ery nor have a bearing: upon tho
measure of damages, in case tho
company was liable. There was no
error in this instruction. Section
3S1'S of the Civil Code gives to a
widow a right of action for tho
wrongful homicide of her husband,
and section 3829 prescribes the meas?
ure of damages to be ??the full value
of the life of the deceased." This
court, in Boswell v. Barnhart, 00 (la.
522, held that under the act of Octo?
ber 27, 1887, from which the language
just quoted was taken, "the plaintiff
was entitled to recover the gross
value or her husband's life, without
regard to whether she had previously
received anything from him or not."
BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST.
An Injunction has been Issued pro?
ven! ing the Norfolk Railway and
Light Company from extending its
tracks to a point near the Indian Poll
Bridge. The injunction was Issued at
the Instance <>r the bridge company on
the mounds that the route was not a
Tho Home Guard, of Henderson. N.
('.. about fifty strong, was in Norfolk
yesterday en route from a pleasure
trip to Washington. D. C, back to
Henderson, for which place, they left
Many of tho excursionists who ar?
rived in the city Wednesday and
Thun day returned home yesterday.
The remainder leave to-day.
The steamer Richmond, of the Old
Dominion Line, is lining the place dt
the steamer Rosalie on the Richmond
route, tht.> latter being laid tip for re?
Mr. W. V. Hart was assaulted on
Church nnd Plume streets, yesterday
by A. s. Wilkbrson. Some rent trou
Ublea led to the fracas. Hart got a
; bloody nose, one eye cut and the
other hanged. Balled to Police Court
Mr. Han no well left last night for
Detroit, He went to represent local
Union No. iss. of the Brewers' Asso?
ciation. The session will continue
until Monday night.
The largo number of excursionists
Hint were In the city yesterday left
for their homes last night.
Tito well-known court reporter. Mr.
Ernest staples, who was appointed
to a clerical position wiih the army
in the Philippines, leaves this morn?
ing for San Francisco to take the
tlrst transport out for Manilla. He
is to bo in San Francisco September
B- Y. P. U. Mooting.
The Junior B. Y. P. U. or the First
Baptist Church will meet Sunday after?
noon ill ? o'clock. The subject, "The
Betrayal and Trial of Christ." will bo
discussed by several members. There
will be singing'.
At the regular meeting of the Senior
lt. Y. P. U. at 7 o'clock the last seven?
teen chapters In Deuteronomy will bo
considered and a large attendance Is
Sorvicos at St- Mary's
Yesterday being the bist Friday in
the month, St. Mary's Catholic Church
held appropriate services in honor of
tili; Sacred Heart of .bsus. The ser?
vil'" began tit t> o'clock in the evening
?>m1 ,.,nwls.-li.il of Hin Cmiri.lLi' km. ..i t ?.~
Blessed Sacrament. Quite a large con?
gregation attended the service.
Sunday School Association.
Tho regular quarterly meeting of the
Methodist Sunday School Association
of Norfolk will be held at Leides Me?
morial Church Sunday afternoon at I
o'clock. :tt which lime the annual ( lec?
tion of officers will take place. All
Sunday school superintendents are ro
quested to bo present.
A LA ''MILLENIUM."
A New England Minister's Comparison.
A peculiar remark made by a minis?
ter nl n New England dinner caused
some comment. He was being served
for the first time with Grape-Nuts rood.
He looked up and asked what it was.
nnd being told, said: "They might
have named it Millenium." The hos?
tess, it lady on the editorial staff of the
Boston Watchman, further remarks:
"Since the ?Millenium' came to our
cuisine, we have no further occasion to
take into our stomachs the masses of
pasty, partjy cooked food that we used
before Grape-Nuts came. I speak di?
rectly of myself. I had been for a*long
time the victim of gastric indigestion,
brought on by steady mental work and
a lacjt of proper food. I passed sleep?
less nights, und work In the day time
was exceedingly difficult. Many spells
of vertigo came on nnd my nerves and
temper were In anything but a normal
"I finally had three successive night
attacks and I verily thought the end
hail <(ime. I would throw out at mid?
night the lunch or Scotch porridge
eaten the noon previous, unchanged,
except that it had turned intensely bit?
ter. Violent vomiting continued Tor
eight or ten hours and tho after-ex?
haustion was all but deathly.
"I could see plainly that titter break
down was ahead of me. Just at this
time I was led to use Grape-Nuts nnd
I found the food cure. I quickly gained
strength and flesh, my gastric troubles
were relieved, and my sleep sweet
'again. Aside rrom the powerful nutri?
tive value of Grape-Nuts food, do you
know that It will impart its delicious,
nutritive tlavor to almost any dish that
it is added to? For Instance, a spoon?
ful or two stirred into a bread pud?
ding before baking, gives it a marvel?
ous flavor, far superior to spices: also
a little cooked in custard for lunch or
supper, not only adds special relish,
but special sustenance.' ? Mrs. L. S.
Miss Nellie Wright has returned
home after spending the summer In
Charleston, S. C Savannah. Ga., stay?
ing on the Isle of Palms several
weeks, and visiting Philadelphia. Bal?
timore and New York on her return
? ? ?
Mr. George W. Dey leaves this morn?
ing for Cold Sulphur Springs, Ya.
Mr. E. Christian left last night for
? ? ?
Mr. EJ. B. Hodges left last night for
Sweet Chalybeate Springs.
Mr. James 10. Hanowell left last
night for Detroit, Mich.
? m ?
Judge Alan It. Hnnckcl. or the Cor?
poration Court, left yesterday morning
for Cahrlottesvllle, en route to the Old
Sweet Springs. West Virginia, where
he will spend the next three weeks.
? ? ?
Mr. Cecil Blllups, of Bute street, has
returned home after a visit to his
daughter in Wythvlllc, and frutu a
visit to Blue Ridge Springs.
Mrs. Edgar Shine and children, of
Richmond, have returned homo after
a visit in Norfolk.
? ? ?
Miss Blanche Blossom, of Norfolk. Is
the guest of Mrs. it. M. Lett, on Thir?
ty-second street, Newport News.
Norfolklans were registered yester?
day as follows at New York hotels:
Norfolk?J. s. Odend'hal, Bart hold i; J.
it. Loughran, Jr.. Earllngton; J. Sel
don, Dr. A. E. ami W. Week. Park
Avenue; Wm McCaulay, New Amster?
dam; J. W. Oast, J. W. Oast, Jr., St.
? ? ?
Mr. S. E. Edwards, of Danville, son
of Rev. Dr. NV. E. Edwards, of the
Virginia Conference, is visiting Mrs.
J W. Hlntoh, No. S12 Claiborne ave?
? ? ?
Rev. J. Ernest Thacker, of the Sec?
ond Presbyterian Church, has return?
ed from a six weeks' vacation in the
mountains and at Richmond.
? ? *
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Cole, of WH
llamsburg, are stopping with Mr. and
Mrs. 10. T. Lamb, in Ghent
? ? ?
Rev. A. A. Jones, of King and Queen
county, is visiting his son. the Rev.
George Wesley Junes, of North Maliby
avenue. He leaves to-day for South?
ampton county to assist the Rev. C. C.
Werteubnkor in n protracted meeting.
? ? ?
Mrs. Beauchnmp has returned to the
city and-will soon open her studio.
m ? ?
Rev." Dr. Edward Mack, of the Kirst
Presbyterian church, has returned
home from his summer vacation.
? * *
Miss Nellie Thompson, who has been
visiting Mrs. W. 10. Rew, of 305 South
; clay avenue, has returned to her home
? ? ?
The following account of the Byrd
Clark nuptials will be of Interest to
'"The marriage of Miss Ann Gordon
Byrd. or Gloucester, to Mr. Roland 1'..
Clark, of New York',; was solemnized
this morning at White rintl. the home
of Captain Richard Corbln Byrd, by
Rev. William Byrd Lee. Only I lie Im?
mediate family and Intimate friends
"The maid of honor was Miss Mary
Rook Byrd, and the liest man was Mr.
Montgomery Clark, of Newport News.
"The marrla'ge was en tableau, and
a beautiful picture was presented
when the folding doors were thrown
"The reception given in honor of Air.
Clark's friends look place the evening
before, in ante-bellum tjmes While
Hall hardly presented a more brilliant
appearance than it did on this occa?
sion. The spacious hall and rooms
were beautifully decorated.
"The guests from a distance were
Mr. and Mrs. Lud low, Miss Clark, or
New York: Professor Clark, of New
York: Mr. and Mrs. Corbln XVnllcr, <?(
Norfolk: Mr. and Mrs. Jordan and Mrs.
Henry 11. Williams, of Richmond."?
Richmond Dispatch, of Thursday.
THE WORLD OF MATRIMONY.
The Buffalo Evening News of Tucs
ilni'?Lt>;t cinmiin.i tin fniimvim;? rrcmT
"At high noon to-day. Miss Hortenso
Bor um was married to Mr. H.askcl
Taylor Lyon at the Delaware Avenue
Baptist Church, Rev. O. P. Clifford
performing the ceremony. The altar
was hanked with palms, very simply'
but artistically arranged. The groom
was attended by his brother, Mr
Emory Taylor Lyon. The ushers were
Mr. Horace F. Rico. Mr. Arthur
Brown, -Mr. Lewis Howard and Dr.
Wettlatlfor. The bride wore her trav?
eling dress of blue cloth, with hat to
correspond, as they left directly after
the ceremony for the station and the
wedding trip. At home, on their re?
turn, at the Porter, Porter avenue and
Mrs. Lyon Is a former resident of
Norfolk and Is well-known here, and
is a sister of Mrs. L. Clay Kelly, of
York street. She was the youngest
daughter of the late Mr. Samuel R.
Dorum, of this city, but after tin
death of her father she went with her
mother to Buffalo to reside, which was
about two years ago. Two of her sis?
ters also married in Buffalo?Mrs F.
R. Robbins, who is now a resident of
Chicago, ami Mrs. A. B. Penlfield.
whose home is still in Buffalo.
Mr. Joseph CnmmlngS, a former resi?
dent or New York, and Miss Elizabeth
Horsey field, or Baltimore, were uni?
ted In the bonds of holy wedlock
Wednesday evening in the Epworth
M. 10. Church parlor, the nuptial knot
being tied by the pastor, Rev. Dr. A.
Charlotte's Now Dros9
The steamer Charlotte, one of the
fleet belonging to the Chesapeake
Steamship Company of Baltimore,
whose steamers ply between Balti?
more. Norfolk anil Richmond, has
appeared in a new dress, having'been
dry docked for the past two months
at Newport News by I he Newport
News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock
Company. It has been given a gen?
eral overhauling, rendering it almost
new. It has hecn thoroughly re?
painted inside and out; the toilet
rooms have been tilted with the most
Improved appliances: the electric
plant has been overhauled ami the
electric fixtures (renewed; furniture
reupholstered and new carpet laid,
and the foundations of the engines
have been rebuilt. These Improve?
ments are in keeping with the policy
of this steamship line, always to have
its boats in excellent condition, main?
taining at the same time its reputa?
tion in the commissary department
WITH THE COURTS.
Yesterday a Dull Day With the
Detective Siiowdoo (.ops to Richmond for ;?
Probable Nvcm Murderer Property
Transfers-Slion-llftcr Gets Ninety Day*
-Stole I.nco Curtains-In Police Court.
Many people believe that Friday la a
day of bad luck. This is even so
around the courts. Some of tho officials
around the tribunals of justice say Fri?
day Is their ??dullest" day. It looks as
if most every one In Norfolk had
turned good all at once. Only a few
of the "old consters" were present in
the Police Court yesterday. The other
courts did nothing of Interest.
PRO PIS KT Y T11A NSF E KS.
F. L. Postle & Co. to L. F. Postlc.
certain mattress business and manu?
facturing appliances; iouo.
John C. Taylor. .lohn N. Williams. J.
W. Hunter. W. B. Martin nnd It. A.
Doblc, trustees, to R. Margollus, lot
with improvements fronting 4T> feet on
the south side of Freemason street, the
same being the St. Luke's Church
former rectory property: $7.0">0.
.lohn H. lllll to Ida 10. Ward, stock
of groceries, etc.. in the store 7;ll AVest
Rramblct'on avenue; SWS.05.
Victor W. Caffeo to John A. Ander?
son. Jr.. the wall papering business
owned by the grantor at 1!53 Church
A PROBABLE MURDER.
Detective Snowden nrr'ved las' nipht
from Richmond, wher* he went to bring
Alex. Grant, the negro who slabbed
Sam Rlggins, colored, almost to death
Wednesday night. It now looks as If
(Irani will have to answer to the charge
of murder, as his victim Is lying at
death's door at the home of bis mother.
on Brewer street. From what could be
learned last night about the fight In
whU b Rlggins was stabbed, everything
seems to point to a cewardly attempt
at murder. The fight occurred in
Chniiel lane nrd It Is stated* that n
friend of Grant's held Rlggins while
he stabbod him all ov er his body.
NINETY D \ VS IN JAIL.
Mary Onrrett. colored, who was ar?
rested Thursday afternoon for shop?
lifting at Watt. Ketiew Clay's dry
goods stet?, was sentenced to ninety
days In jo 11 by Justice Taylor yester?
STOLE T.ACF. CURTAIN8.
Plxtv days In Jail was the sentence
Imposed on Aincy Moore, colored, by
.lustii e Taylor yesterday. Amey stole
lace curtains valued at $"> 00 from Mrs.
A. O. Lease, of the Mansion House, on
HAD NO LICENSE.
Henry Jones and William Mnrdlrk.
both colored, will have n hearing be?
fore .lustice Taylor this morning for
selling peat lies and cabbage on the
streets without a license.
MINOR POLICE cases.
Charles, nllas "Judy" Reck, the news
hoy arrested Thursday for misappro?
priating V-.'"?<>. was bailed In the satin
of Jioo for bis npp?arance in court this
morning. Mr. N. A. Stewart became
surety for Beck.
.lames Harris and Joe Thurston, both
colored, paid $5.f>0 each for fighting and
throwing bottles In the street.
Rosa Mortui, colored, one of the Police
Court's most frequent visitors, was
lined Jn.uO for usiim profane language.
Thoinns Tinker, colored, was deliv?
ered to the county authorities for trial.
Lhirlln Hobdny, colored, contributed
$11.50 for using abusive language.
John Thompson, colored, assaulted
111-hard Gcmmon and paid for the
Fred Sykes, a Church street barber,
was fined $20 and costs for doing busi?
ness without a license.
Beh Plow, colored, charged with high?
way robbery, will bo tried this morn?
Handsome Now storo
The handsome new store of Chapman
& Jakcmnn, jewelers. Main and Hank
streets, will be opened for business .to?
day. Tho entire stock is new and well
selected. At the opening this evening
Krueger's Band will furnish music
from r> to s o'clock. Handsome souve?
nirs will bo presented to the ladies In
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 6
" Tf you send me anything
'just as good as Ayer's,' I shall
sent! it right hack.
" 1 might afford to experi?
ment with shoe polish, but I
can't and won't experiment
with the medicine which means
sickness or health to me."
J. C. Ayer Company,
Practical Cbemistt, Lowell, Mau.
Ayer's Sampan!!* I Ayei'j Hail Vigor
Ayer** Pilli 1 Ayer's Cherry I'ectorol
Ayer's Ajjs Curt | Ayer':. Conutone.
\v ATT. RETTEw* & CLAY.
For men?sizes 16>< and 17
For boys?sizes W/i and 14
A\ade of splendid percale.
Two collars and a pair of
cuffs ro match.
Have sold right along at
half-dollar. These few to go
at a quarter.
Boys' Gauze Vests and Pants?
vests have long and short sleeves
?pants both knee and ankle
lengths. Were 2 5c, now 12,' _-c.
Boys' Natural Shirts and Drawers.
Shirts in sizes 26 and 28. Draw?
ers in sizes 26. \2 and 34. Were
25c, now 12)4c. each.
To=day's quartet of
Junging by the great num?
ber of pairs we sell, these
beautiful silk finished plain
fast black stockings for women
the best in Norfolk
at 12J4c a pair.
They are made of real Maco
yarn ? closely woven ? have
three-thread toes and high
spliced heels, and resemble
very closely the usual quarter
Women's I'.ist black fancy drop
stitch stockings ? three-thread
combed Egyptian yarn--silk fin?
ish -12' -c. a pair.
Women's stainless black Richelieu
rib stockings?5c. a pair, instead
Boys' and girls' absolutely fast
black school stocking ? fall
weight -small, close rib?double
knees?12,'jc. a pair.
FOR OHE WEEK ONLY!
To Mail Customers?Not to Stores.
7 burs Octagon Soap and ? lbs. best
Lump Starch for .80c.
fi bam While Soap, 10c. slise, for.25c.
10 bars Tokio Soup, for .25c,
15 barn Chief Soap for .~v.
1 boxes Star l.yo for .-.v.
7 boxes lied 8eal l.yo for .26c,
These prices aro strictly cash. Wo
hav e, enlarged our store and will have
extra clerks and wagons <m Saturday,
Come early bet?re the rush.
VIRGINIA GROCERY CO,
r>. pendbr. rnopitiKTon.
Both phones, til & 63 New Market PI.
The Monticello Corner.
0 Advanced Showing
t of Fall Goods.
? Our present showing: of early
1 fall goods is the greatest we
* have ever shown?more com?
plete arid comprehensive, em
A bracing the latest styles in silks,
I novelty colored and black chess
I goods, golf suitings, dress trim
* uiiugs, etc.
? Early buyers, dressmakers
? and mothers who are preparing
? iheir daughters for school,should
Y inspect our unparalleled show
0 Unique effects in dress
Strimmings. Novel ideas in
stylish silks. Impressive styles
A in golf suitings. Attractive
things in black and colored
^ "Our windows tell the styles "
New lino IMaid Black Cloth for Skirts
nnd Soils from Sl.O'J to per yard.
iu.u k and all colors.
A aood SG-Inch steel rod paragon frame
'Hatvatla" Umbrella for Wc.
All other grades of I'mbivllns at prjees
in proportion All Parasols at cost. We
do not exaggerate values.
L. H. Whitehurst,
336 MAIN STREET.
New Phono S.17- Old Phone 1270.
Pure Pickling Spices
Best Pickling Vinegar
LOWE & MILLER.
Norfolk Iron Works,
GEO. W. DUVAL & CO ,
XO. P. WATER STREET. NORFOLK.
ENGINES, BOILERS, SAWMILL nnd
nil kinds of machinery of the most Im?
proved patterns. Also repairing at tho
shortest notice. Particular attention i<>
steamboat work. DUVAIVS PATENT
HOI Ll-in TUBE Fl ltlll I.KS tire tin
only perfect icincdy for leaky boil.-r
tubes. They can l?- Inserted In a few
minutes by an engineer, and arc war?
ranted to stop leaks.
important Notice I
Special limited quantity of
FINEST HAVANA CICARS
For box trade at factory pricrs.
Hamberger's Cut Rate Ticket Office
Negligee shuts nf assorted patterns and sizes?most of "cm ?gr
worth over double and many of them triple the bargain price
?moled- for ubsoluta cioarnncc?pick and choice only Twenty- ?i
three Ci tils,
suit llosom Negligee Shirts?chiefly .?l7.es over v> neckband?
standard dollar grades?a big bargain and a genuine comfort tJ?
maker In these hot times.
fJenuini? Madras, Shirts?some collarless?Others two extra col- 4$?
Inrs?all cuffs to match?they were cheap at their regular *|v
standard dollar value -to make short work ot the remainder? 9|Jr*
tu-day Fifty-seven Cents.
Regular Dollar Twenty-five Silk Stripe Madras Shirts, with 4&
two turn down collars and a pair link cuffs to match ?the
patterns aro stylish and the shirts are strictly A i in every 4?
respect?to close the remalutV-r ciulck- only Seventy-nine Cents
Manhattan Shirts--reeoenl7cd everywhere the best known - j?
tic stau laid dollar titty dualities are now ginn? at Ninety- $j*
eight Cents Manhattan Shirts are known us the best?get .si
in line to-day?only Ninety-eight Cents. $Bp
l?ght big bargain leaders In Men's
nnd Young Men s Separate Trousers to?
day?there arc four big price winners at
One Ninety-eight and under and four
others equally as good and containing
excellent merits Of worth, wear ami
sightliness at Two Forty-five and over?
when It Is properly viewed that every
pair of Pants In these eight lines herein
enumerated hive been cut and slashed
and boiled down in price gradlngs to
these final figures, that real uuality?ex?
cellence, of wear?'handsomeness of pat?
tern and accuracy of tit are all factors
that contribute to satisfactory results in
making selections?these are extraordi?
nary opportunities lor making your dol?
lars do nearly double ditty In this glgnn
tie assortment of choice Trousers at cut
rate ilgurements to-day.
2^2-2^./ Main Sf.
S-io ^Atlantic St.
) 5 Oi?? ( RICHMOND,
? J NASHVI LLP,
J Stores I
Percales at 8.
Such as have been bringing
us 10 cents- Excellent pat?
terns, including sporting pat?
terns, particularly adapted for
Boys' Waists. 8 cents for
choice. 31 inches wide.
at 55 Cents.
A special for to-day. Actu?
ally less than the goods is
bringing in the piece. Sheets
are torn and hemmed. You
may save both money and
It is hardly to be supposed'!
that we would sell all of 1164
Shirts in one day. And we
didn 't. A large assortment of
Negligee and Laundered re?
mains, and here's how you
may save money.
1.00 Shirts at 59-'
75 cent Shirts at 49.
?JO cent Shirts at 33.
Some 39 centers at 25, andvi
2$ centers at 17, are also aft
are moving rather freely for
Blouse and Shirt Waist uses.
A little of that i$ cent goods '
sold specially at 10, may be
bought at 10. 2 styles of the j
Fancy, one being a hemstitch- |
ed effect, regularly 20, may ?
be had at 11.
Any colored Shirt Waist,
with the single exception of
some that originally brought
1.75, may be bought to-day
at 50 cents. The 1.75 grade
may be had for 88.
Some 50 cent White ones,
are now 2
5>2 inch Venetians. And
Venetians this season are in
very high favor. They have
the desirable lustrous finish.
The shades?Black, Garnet
Dk. Brown,French Blue, Gray,
Lt. Brown, Mode, Dk. Green
?the price 1.25.
A Great Sale
at 98 Cents
Black Satine, with Accor
deon Plaiting. 13 inches deep,
and the plaiting is lined. There
are 60 in the lot, and
cents will be the price.
JOSEPH BROWN - 220 Wala St.
WIRE WHEEL RUBBER TIRE
Which wj; are now showing in many styles,
Buggies, Runabouts, Doctors
...Phaetons and Surreys.
Don't buy until you see and examine ihm
A. WRENN & SONS