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A Cloud of Smoke Prevented the
Loss of Much Property.
Kolks' Stuhles Setvu Fire i>y mi InvondJary
- burrv Murderer WuiveO Bxuniluiitlou
Yesterday? Uoutlug Pigeon Ideated?
Probiert) Transferred funeral )<i
fOIUlI .Vi.li ?.
(Special to Vlrglrilnn-PUot.)
Suffolk, Va., Nov. 14.?-A dense cloml
of smoke last night awoke William
Grant, a stuhle boy, It) years old, and
thereby prevented the losa of much'
; iperty, perhaps a bis conflagration.
An Incen llury had planned a big tire, j
and to niakt sure ol its consummation !
hud u>i died bis torch in \\vo places.
Grant works at Alex. Folk's stables,
not far froiri the principal business
block, and sleeps In u little apartment
under the same roof. During the still
ness of ii:t- night lie waked up in a par
tlally suffocated condition. Hushing
out of tin- loom in bis night dress lie
found that a ine bad been begun be?
side bis dormitory; There were a bag
of excelsior and a quantity of dry rags
which were emitting lots of smoke. He
put nut the blaze and afterwards found
that a phaeton cushion had been cut
opch and was also burning. A buggy
cushion belonging to It. G. Butler had
been slashed with a knife, but that was
not on lire.
Grant aroused an associate who was.
sleeping in the hay room, and they ex?
tinguished tlie lire without the depart?
ment's assistance. There is no suspi?
cion us to the Identity of Hie lire bug.
The loss is trilling.
PALMER WAIVES EXAMINATION.
Robert Palmer, accused of slaying
.lohn Mason In Surry county, was t"
day taken before u magistrate, where
he waived examination, lie was held
for a special session of the grand Jury,
which will he convened during the last
week In Noveinher.
?TUE EXTRA SESSION.
Hon. Walter Jordon, of Heins. Va.,
was in Suffolk this afternoon. Speak?
ing of the extra session of the Legisla?
ture he expressed reglet that it wasn't
going to begin about January 1st, so
that the formers could get to their
farm duties earlier.
He thought the object for which the
Legislature is to assemble a good on,-,
and said besides that the succeeding
Assembly may not think the same way
as a majority of the present body does.
FR0M P? RTS MOUTH.
The homing pigeon whose falling in?
to Mr. A. I;. Cramer's yard was told
in yesterday's paper came from Pot ts
mouth, as witness the following which
to-day's mail brought from Mr, George
M". Overtoil, putt and ESfttngham
streets. Portsmouth, to the Suffolk of?
fice of the Virginian-Pilot:
"The carrier plgepn to which refer?
ence was made in your issue of yester?
day as having lallen dead in the yard
o; one of your citizens was one of 13
youngsters belonging to Mr. .1. 1:. Da?
vis and myself, of Portsmouth; Va. The
birds were How 11 from a point on the
s. A. L. Tlie other 1-1 returned safely.
1 thank you yeTy kindly for your 1111:11-,
tion of the matter."
PIX I NC OLD FINE.
Hurricane Branch to-day re-arrested
While Hall, against whom there was
an old Unpaid line of about $3. Hall
wns convicted of disorderly conduct
last year and had neglected I'd tlx the
fine. He was required to arrange for
Its payment along with accrued costs.
BARGAIN AND SALE DEEDS.
.lame;: R. Piene so Maltha Jane
Piene. 11 aiie-, in Holy Neck District:
Trustees of the Fair Ground (Third)
Colored,Baptist Church fa Frank Lar
kin. a lot on Union and County streets;
consideration, si and u lot on Tynes
FINED FOR ASSAULT.
Jerry Walker, colored, was arrested
yesterday in Harriett's Neck "ii the
charge of assaulting two white men.
He mew a knife on them. At a hear?
ing before Justice Hunting Walker was
: gScsscd a total of $11.60.
MR. Pool.K S FUNERAL.
The funeral of Robert Pbofe took
place this afternoon near Driver. The
interment was made in the on (H^t
Church Cemetery. The obsequies were
conducted by the Nansemond Conclave
ol Hept?sophs. The deceased leaves u
Widow, who was Miss Matthews, and
TO-N1 (; 1 IT'S VAU DE V ILL i ?:.
Or Duchemin's Vaudeville Company,
which will lie the attraction ai th. city
Hall Theatre to-morrow (Thursday)
night, the Newport Newa Press, lath
instant.; says, in 1 aVl:
"Mile Edith opened last nigtri with n
dance thai was applutided, and Knr II
and Starcki bicycle comedian pm .>?,
a good turn. Miss Reha Aubiej
several well-known selectIpus 10 pond ',
ing to eneores. Lavelle's troupe of
trained dogs furnished good entertain-1
mont, one of the 1 dticnted ennln< 1
log a leap over a piie'of chit Ira M'.. i. ,
high. Ascot and lOddic, in an ..? i-o| .
pantomlnd sketch, wer,- fotlowi
Flachowskl, Who mimicked ami: ..
Played sw. et music out of a one-string
ins? rumen t.
"Mr. and Mrs. Mark Murphy, in n
funny skelch. did work far nli?ve the
average. Edison's It I nomograph plettii
closed the entertainment, on the whole
Scott's emulsion of cod-H\
oil is equally food and medi?
A little of it sets the stoma< h
at work on some easy food?
that is medicine.
1 low does it "set the stomach
at work?" By making strength:
* by creating strength: by turn?
ing the oil into body and life
that is food.
We'll lend you a little to try, if youlike.
SCOTT & I10VVNE, 409 P?i I street, New Votk.
It Is a very good vaudeville combina?
tion, most of the nets being high' priced
ones, playing on the best vaudeville
This is an entirely different combina?
tion from the one which was closed in
Portsmouth this week.
Mr. George L. Harten to-day had a
letter from his friend. Hon! J. Edward
Addlcks, touching Oli the political sit?
uation in Delaware. Mr. Barton's
The machinery for the new shirt fac?
tory .at Market und Main streets was
bi inK put in place to-day.
John Itemry and Lizzie Allen, col?
ored, were married this evening in Suf?
Mrs. E. It. Hart, of Tarbqro, N. C.
will arrive to-morrow to visit Suffolk
The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Society
will meet at 1 o'clock to-morrow after?
noon with Mrs. J. M. Gibson.
The following Norfolk men were In
Suffolk to-day: .1. l> ?ihb, \V. G.
Cr'eacy, II. w. West, Thomds E. Se
The Confederate tea will take place
Friday night at the Armory Hall. The I
public is Inyitcd. There will l.c a silver
offering at the door., , |
Mr. Claude Cut t y and hi hie arrived'
to-night from lUchmond.
RICHMOND COLLEGE THE VIC?
TOR -PERSONAL MENTION.
(Special to the Virginian-Pilot.)
Ashland. Va., Nov. 1.1.?Richmond
College was the Victor in a holly con?
tested game of football here yesterday.
Randolph-Mucon had the advantage in
the early part of the game but was
hampered by the lightness of her nun.
U'e Have a team of skillful players,
but as football, is a game to a large
extent dependent upon brute strength
lather than skill, wo lose to heavier
; teams. The score stood 11 to G in fa
i vor of Richmond College.
LEFT FOR NORFOLK.
Dr. W. K. Edwards. Professor of
Mora! Philosophy and English Bible,
left for Norfolk to-day" to attend the
session of the Virginia Conference.
D?ring his absence the classes of
which he Is instructor will be sus?
Among the ministerial students from
the college Who will attend the ' ?'in?
ference this week at Norfolk are the
following: Messrs. J. R. Eijgleston, J.
K. Holman. c. E. Pleasants, N. A.
Page. .1. J. Bradford, O. W. M. Taylor
and Hugh .1. Paylor. Capt. Richard
Irby, our venerable secretary, will al?
RANDOLPH-MACON MONTH I.V.
The tlrst number of the "Randolph?
Mhcon Momhly" has made Its Appear
i ance. Among t!?: interesting contrl
1 billions from the students Is tin orig?
inal poem, "The Message of Autumn."
by Mr. .lames R. Laugh ton. Mr.
La ugh ton displays marked poetic abil?
DEATH OF DR. freeman, vir?
GINIA'S Oldest mason.
Lexington. Va., Nov. IL?Dr. .lohn
it. Freeman, for many years a promi?
nent and successful physician of Lex?
ington and . Eockbrldge county, died
at his home Tuesday night, aged 84
years. For several years he had been
in declining health, and one month ago
he discontinued tho practice of his pro?
Dr. Freeman was born at .Tcffersori
ton, Culpeper county, Va. He grad?
uated from the University of Virginia
and the Jefferson Medical College, of
Philadelphia. He was a successful
practitioner at Luray, Washington, l>.
f., and Lexington. He married the
eldest daughter of Charles H. Flinn,
of Luray. Six children were born to
them, three ol whom survive?Mrs. J.
w. Dtinlap, of Lexington; Charles \v.
Freeman, of Little Rock. Ark., and R.
E. Freeman, of Danville.
Dr. Freeman came to Lexington In
1858. lie was postmaster here under
the administrations of Grant, Hayes
and Onrfield, lie was possibly the old?
est Alnson In the Slate, having been a
member of that order for sixty-three
years. Iii;: remains were taken to-day
to Luray, where they were Interred by
the side of his deceased wife and chil?
THE BIDDEN-RE ATI I O F MISS
Hampton. Va.. Nov. 14.? The sudden
death of Miss Eliza Simpkins Tilbh,
the beloved- daughter of Colonel and
Mrs. Virginia Tnbb, cntne as a shock
lo her host o( friends at an early boHl*
yesterday morning, and the commu?
nity bows in sorow tit the loss of one of
the brightest Whristinn churnctcrs in
Miss Tabh had been a sufferer from
consumption for sever.nl years. Prior
to her sail Illness she was nsknowl
? Iged i" i>e one i?f the most poi iilar
and accomplished young ladies in
.Hampton. Her earnest work in tho
ntuite "f <'brist ianily^ won for. her
I'rlen Is In all walks of life. She was u
? en member of the Baptist Church,
and took great interest in its welfare
mil il her death.
Miss Eliza Slnipklnr- Tnhb was born
in this county July IT ,1872, an.! C'Ju
rat ! in several prominent schools in
State. Resides her father and
, r, a brother. Mr. Paul T?lhiv, who
tiding school in itinhiri. and
Ol . Mrs. R. I. Mason a;! I SI1
Tnhb,, survive her,
funeral services rhu-, e pol i ynt
ni ouiiced. The family-, a re vvn i
nrival of Mr. R. I. Mat "a. whp
' i in VYeat Virginia.
?VK\I KNTB AT THE VIR?
GINIA POLYTECHNIC IN
(Special to the Virginian-Pilot.)
PI '? lang. Va.; Nov. 14,?-The mo
laboratory of ' I.he Virginia
Institute has just received
Mes i's. Ritchie Pros., of
: i I a., a new testing ?na
? ? 00 pounds capacity. The
.11 til atlon '.I' this machine vastly im?
proves the i; ill ties for instruction in
ihe testing ol materials of construc?
Among oih.-r new apparatus a.hi. I
to this department should be mention?
ed the rnttler now being made at the
Institute machine shops over the di
mensions recommended by the Nation?
al Bridge Makers' Association. This
machine completes the apparatus for
testing paving brick, n'nd puts at the
service of our city engineers a thor?
oughly modern testing bureau for both
ordinary and vltrlilcd brick.
Miss Bernard United in Marriage
to Mr. Chas. H. Davis.
I)r. I.ilward K. Fi-Ild, of Norfolk, One "f the
Unhors?Th? Hildo und Gruoui Soolul
-Fitvoriten In the Cuclcude City?Wed?
ding i'ni.K A Fire.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Petersburg. Va., Nov. 11.?St. Paul's
Kplncopal Church was tilled this after?
noon at half-post 5 o'clock with a large,
assemblage o? the society people <>i
Petersburg to witness the marriage of
Air. diaries Hull Davis ttrid Miss Sal lie
Felld Dcrriard.' i'ho ushers were Mr. i
George Stephens, of Charlotte, N. <?'.;?
-Mr. James Mann, of Not taw ay county;
Mr. Paul Pet tit, of Palmyra. Va.; Mr.
P.. P.. Morgan, of Richmond; Mr. 15,
Randolph Williams, of Richmond; Mr.
James P.-Hey waul. Of New York City;
Dr. Edward !?:. Felld, pi Norfolk, and
Messrs. Carl Hull Davis. John Watson
and Dr. John Mann, of Peii rsburg. Pe
hlnd the ushers, and Immediately pre
cedihg the bride, were the maids of
honor. Miss] Mary Meade Bernard, sis?
ter of thu bride, and Mis-" Juliette
.Mann, attired in white organdie, and
carrying bunches of meteor roses. Tlie
bride cnlereU with her brother. Mr.
David Meade Bernard, and was met at
the altar, which ivna beautifully de?
corated with cat (lowers an.I mowing
j palms, by the groom. With his brother.
: Mr, William T. Davis.
'The ceremony was performed by
I Rev. William Foster M< rrisnn. of the
i United States Navy, a cousin of tlie
bride, assisted by Rev. O. S. Panting,
the rector of St. Paul's Church. The
bride looked very pretty In a handsome
gown of while crepe do chine, with
Duchess lace and pearls, and carried
a shower bouquet: of orchids and lilies
of tlie valley, the veil being caught
with orange blossoms. She is :\ great
favorite in society circle- here, and I
n most lovely and attractive young
lady. The groom is a prominent young
lawyer of this city. The bridal pres?
ents were numerous and handsome.
THE HUSTINGS COURT.
The November term of the Hustings
Court will open to-morrow. There are
only two felony eases on the criminal
Cards have heen Issued for the mar?
riage of Miss Olivia Flanagan Trice to
.Mr. O. A. Karmlchel. The ceremony
will take place at the residence of the
bride, at Flanagan's Mill. Va., Novem?
ber 28th, at i o'clock p. m. The bride
elect is a daughter of Mr. P. T. Trice.
Superintendent of the Central State
. A FIRE.
A tire occurred this morning In one
of the small buildings at the Romaine
(Ire-works, in Chesterfield county, .lust
across the river from Ihe city. The
building, which was used as a place for
the mixture of powder, was hurned to'
the ground, and a yoiing man named
'.'Ruck" *Deddman was burned on the
hand and arm.
CHARLES CITY COUNTY
TO HONOR CONFEDERATE DRAU
Charles City C. 11.. Va., Nov. 14.?
Next Wednesday week. November 21.
will be a memorable day in the annals
of Charles City county. At that time
the graceful monument to perpetuate
ihe memory of those of the Charles
City BOldlorB jvhp were killed In battle,
or have died since the war will bo un?
The shaft will be erected at the coun?
ty court house. On the day set apart
for Its unveiling the Survivors of the
brave men who went out from this
Hille county will gather from many
parts of the State and together will
honor their comrades who have, one
by one,, dropped out of ranks.
OLD POINT COMFORT.
MR. PIKE Wli.l. REMAIN AT THE
Old Point, Va.. Nov. 14.?Mr. F. N.
"Pike, the popul?r lessee of the Hygela
Hotel, will not give tip the hostelry,
as announced several days ago. but
will continue to do business at the old
Mr. Pike last night said he expected
to assume charge of the hotel for an?
other lerin. It was learned from a re?
liable some - lint Mr. Pike has been
prevailed upon to renew bis lease,
which he ' . n nted to do.
Sontoncorl to Ponltontinry.
(.Spei I to Vii"Tlni:in-P!lot.)
Richmond, Va., Nov. II.- Rev. J. C.
lea hin wi ? sentenced to ser/ye
I ve.. years in the penitentiary for the
lelrdyai ?thcl Akoia, a glrj of
S years. ' ,'? Jim was ; rlnclprtl (if
be Hrenl trmnl School and was
. DUnka her ?< rid -V Ihm \ kdrs
vus a 111 the school. Tlie trial
bolt Ida in? SSnH.
ml red Dol
ilorrh ti; -
; ti rti < 'ic ?
i any bllga i iuiia made
\\ lo Druggists,
i &? y Wholesale
mi- is i .. internally,
icn the I mucus
system. I' . vnc. pi
ail Drib Tcstlmo
'llls arc the best.
I X 11It! "V IV ? *I 2
jo ;1. You can ^ i
nil kinds from
\.. lODJVARD ? Kb AM,
oc:.' 11_Suffolk, Va.
Dli'UKMi: S N. Y. VAb'DEVHillH
:.? 'V KI.TIKS.
EICHT DIG ACTS
liest .egal'. ..tiell of its kind ( VCr SC0I1
in the South.
CITY H ? LL THEATRE,
Thursday, November, 15.
No advance In prices.
Seats on sale YvYdnesduy inornlnr at 9
o'clock .ii Slewuit'a. nol3-it
GEN. MACARTHUR ON
He Reports to-War Department
Conditions in the Islands.
FILIPINOS ARE NOT WARLIKE.
Maddened by lllietoricul Sophistry and
Stimulants Applied tu National Pride
KAorls tu Establish Municipal Govern
iiu-nl is Ullllcull -Till? People Kendel'
Assistance tu the Insurgents I or Many
Veins lu Uumo A bur go Military und
Nuval l ulcu \\ III l>e Kcquirud liiere.
(By Telegraph to Vlrglnlnp-PlloL)
Washington, D. C, Nov. 14.?Major
General MacArthur, commanding the
army in the Phillinines, and military .
governor of the islands since May 0,
pjOO. has submitted Iiis report to the
War Doparuifont. A considerable por?
tion of tin; report relates to events
Which took place provi?US to the date
when he assumed Command, and he
publishes some of the correspondence
and proclamations >>f the Filipinos ob
1 allied before that tune, lie refers to
the changes of Aguinaldo's plans in
abandoning his army organization and
starting a guerilla warfare. ? The con?
ditions ol" the Country have afforded
?advantages lor such a policy, he says,
as they have enabled the insurgents
to appear and dlsapea'r at their con?
venience. At one time they are sol
dlers.and Immediately after are within
j the American lilies in the attitude of
I peaceful natives. A wldly Scattered
I formation of Filipinos quickly followed
j the guerilla warfare, which led to a
? corresponding.dissemination of Ameri?
can troops, there being 53 military sta?
tions on ti e archipelago November 1,
1.809, and 13 stations September I. 1900.
This resulted lu a larye number of
mitmr affairs,'many of which did not
assume the dignity of a regular" com?
bat; though the casualties between the
dales given were L'tiS Americans killed,
750 wounded and 55 captured, the
Filipino losses during'the same time
beiiiB 3.227 killed, 694 wounded, and
Di?TRDUJTIOIS OF TROOPS.
General MacArthur s-ays the exten?
sive distribution of troops has strain. I
the soldiers of the army to the full
limit of endurance, lie says (he ap?
parent desultory work has demanded
more of "discipline and as much valor
its/was required during the period of
regular operations against concentrat?
ed Held forces of insurrectionists. Gen?
eral MacArthur speaks in the highest
terms of the service rendered by the
troops amid all labors and hardships.
Tili: FILIPINOS NOT WARLIKE.
"Tho Filipinos,"isays General Mac
Arthur, "are hot a warlike or fero?
cious people. Left to themselves, a
large number of them would gladly ac?
cept American supremacy, which they
are gra lually coming to understand
means Individual liberty and absolute
security In their lives and ?""property,
They have been maddened, however,
during the pTist live years by rhetori?
cal sophistry and stimulants applied
to national pride, until power of dis?
criminating in mat'ei s of public con
. erh or private interest has been al?
most entirely suspended. As a substi?
tute for all other considerations, the
1.pie seem to be actuated by the idea
that in all doubtful matters <>f politics
oi- war men are never nearer right
than when goin'-; with their own kith
and kin. regardless of consequences."
This condition, he says, has raised
difficulties and obstructions in pacifi?
The effort to institute municipal gov?
ernment tinder American auspices car?
ried the idea of exclusive fidelity to
the United States, but this met with
difficulties where Filipinos were placed
entirely in control, and secret muni
clpul governments were organized in
various towns tinder Insurgent aus?
pices, to proceed simultaneously with
the American governments and often
through the same personnel presi?
dents and town ofllclals acted openly
in behalf of Americans and secretly In
behalf or the insurgents, "und. para?
doxical as t! may seem, with consider?
able apparent solicitude for the Inter?
ests of both."
SOLDIERS AND PEOPLE.
Wherever there is a group of insur?
gent forces coritlgubus towns contrib?
ute to their support and tender great
assistance in secreting the sqldiers
and helping them to escape. The re?
port says the success of the guerrilla ,
system * depends upon the complete
unite of action among the native popu?
lation. That Here I? such unity is
frankly acknowledged, but how It is
brought ale.ut General MacArthur says
he i; unable to'ascertain. Intimida?
tion >accounts for the condition, to
some > xh lit, but feat* would not be
siicce Mul as the only motive. Ho
??it is more probable that the ad?
hesive principle o.mes from ethno?
logical horiiogenity, which induces men
i., respond for a time to (he appeals
of consanguineous leadership eveu
when such action is ovppdsed to their
own interest and convictions of cx
lie says that this statement applies
to the entire archipelago, excepting the
portion of Mindanao, occupied by
Moros Mel tho Jolo group. The Morns
seem entirely satisfied with present
' CAPTtrtVED CORRESPONDENCE.
General MacArthur quotes captured
correspondence to show the effort of
iiv Insurgent leaders to Intimidate arid
control the people. He declares thai
the guerilla bands could not exist cx
c?p | for the support they receive
from the towns.
lie says that the education of the
Filipinos will tend to secure their sub?
mission, whlcli Indicates that this will
require n meat deal of time, patience
arid an adequate force.
' OF R ARMY A NECESSITY.
In closing his report General MacAr?
thur, after speaking of ti e establish?
ment of a representative form of gov
ernmepl In the islands, says: ?
"In the light Of existing conditions
It is difficult to realize that there Is
any possibility of such a future for the
islands, especially so as at present, and
for many years to come, the necessity
of a large American military and naval
force is too apparent to admit of dis?
cussion. On the other hand, however,
there are many encouraging conditions
to sustain such a conviction. For ex?
ample, tu tht Philippines there is no
dynasty to destroy; no organized sys?
tem .of feudal laws to eradicate; no
principles Inconsistent with Republi?
canism which hud Bolldly Insinuated
themselves Into the National life, to
display; no adverse uspeets of nature
to overcome. On the contrary, nature,
which Is exuberant, balmy and gen?
erous, has nourished Into existence sev?
eral millions of sensitive and credu?
lous people, without allegiance to any
existing Institution:*, but animated by
certain inchoate Ideas and aspirations
which by some unfortunate perversion
of thought they conceive to be threat?
ened by America. These people, fortu?
nately, ure Intelligent, generous and
tlexlble, and probably will yield quick:
iy and with absolute confidence i<> tu?
ition iuhI advice, when thoroughly in?
formed of American Institutions and
the czar ill
AN ATTACK ~?f INFLUENZA
MICRGKS INTO TYPHOID.
(By Telegraph to Virginian Pilot.)
St. Petersburg, Nov. 14.?The attack
of influenza from which the Czar has
been suffering has now developed ,
symptoms of typhoid fever. The Indis?
position of His Majesty was Urs! an?
nounced November - and presented the
usual symptoms until yesterday, when
his illness assumed the character of
Hanoi de Frederichs, the master of
(he Imperial household, bus Issued the
"His Majesty passed a good night.
His general condition is satisfactory.
Tertiperature. 101.6: pulse. 92. His head
is clear and the strength of the patient
is ?mite satisfactory. The diagnosis
shows typhoid, which for the present
is pursuing a thoroughly satisfactory
? Signed) ?
"PODY SCHOKOS* HIRSCH.
"BARON DK FREDERICHS."
MANY THOUSANDS op RUIL-DINGS
(Ry Telegraph to Vlrginlan-f'ioM
Washington, D. Nov. 14 ?Mr. Rus?
sell. United Stales Charge at Caracas,
reporis that the earthquake in Colom?
bia lnst month was very much more
severe than at first described. The
people deserted their homes and slept
In ihe streets and between lL'.uOO ami
15,000 buildings were destroyed or dam?
* WOMEN MUST SLEEP.
Avoid Nervous Prostration.
If you are dangerously sick what is
the first duty of your physician V Ho
quiets the nervous sj'Rteiu, ho deadens
the pain, and you sleep well.
Frieuda ask, "what is tho cause?"
and the atiawcr comes iu pitying
tones, nervous prostration. It cama
upon you so quietly in tho beginning,
that you were not alarmed, and wheu
sleep deserted you night after night
until your eyes fairly burned in the
darknoss, then you tossed iu nervous
agony praying for sleep.
Mas. a. Haut ley.
You ought to havo lenown tha%
when you ceased to be regular in you*
sourses, and you grew irritable with
Dut cause, that there was serious
You ought to know that indigestion,
sx haustion. womb displaecmonto,
fainting, dizziness, headache, and
backache send the nerves wild with
affright, and you cannot sleep.
Mrs. Hartley, of L"21 W. Congress St.,
Chicago. III., whose portrait we pub?
lish, suffered all these agonies, and
was ontirely cured by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound : her ease
should bo a warning to others, and
her cure carry conviction to the minds
of every suffering woman of the un?
failing efficiency of Lydia E. Pi ult hum's
TO BE CLOSED OUT THIS WEEK!
THE BALANCE GF THE CANCELLED ORDERS
' -AT THE
The next few days will witness the close of the greatest
sale of men 's, boys' and youths' clothing that ever took place
in Norfolk. We have cut the manufacturers' prices in half on
the balance of this stock. If you need anything in the way of
winter clothing come and get what you want, at almost your
own price. It requires no hot air arguments, of the old stereo?
typed style, to convince people ol the merits of this Great
Sale. When competitors howl, rest assured our prices ate
doing the work. We are satisfied, our purchasers are happv,
because every garment sold by us bears our guarantee, which
means your money back for the asking.
fji Men's Suits, dim Imported royal hi no
serge, faultless tit; a handsome business
Milt; guaranteed fast colors, C7 QQ
regular MO.OO Suits?Now. O'-'O
100 Stilts of Men's Suits, In fancy wors?
teds, beautiful patterns; tailor made;
faultelss lit; made for a spec-_
ial leader at 112.00? Now.
85 Men's Suits: all wool: nicely trimmed;
fast idlers: handsome mixed goods; a
regular $10.00 special sale l-ad- <ca re
er at our sale. ^>**?/J
2,", Suits of Men's English Herringbone;
well made; nicely trimmed;
usual price $6.50; our price ?
(0 Men's Overcoats; blue, black
brown cheviots; sells readily
it J'l.'.u, yours at our sale for.,
Men's O VOr COats; Silk lined Thibet
cloth; Imported goods; .-i^k velvet collar;;
a very handsome, nobby garment; sold
everywhere at $10; yours
our sale while they last...
Men's Overcoatsdmportcd Meltons: silk
sleeve llningsj faultless ctltj perfect tlt
tha; fai imms; regular price elsewhon
$12.50; if wo have your fit. It
Is yours for.
Men's Overcoats* line imported Kersey,
blue, block and brown; no belter tailor
made" coal in Norfolk; regular $18.00 lead?
er; we have 25 of this lot loft; If your nt
Is among them take it homo
70 Hoys Suits, double breasted vesteo
style j mute of line ?pialiiy ; regular
?-'i.iK? leaders; lake your pick ^ j
:?. youths' Suits; 16 to l!>: In fancy cas
bImeres; worth $6.50; will close ti -r\
the balance at. **vu
This is a very small percentage of the grand bargains we
have to offer you at our store. Come and examine before
you buy elsewhere and we promise you will find everything
as advertised and no room to complain.
ALBANY DENTAL PARLORS,
374 Main St., Norfolk, Va.
DR. W W, FREEMAN, Prop'r
Crown and Hridge Work, or Teeth without Plates'. Fine Gold Killings. Our
Plato Work Is tU$ P.KST. Extraction of Teeth without Pain our SPECIALTY"*
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE SATISFACTORY.
The Great Majestic Range
will be on exhibition at our store this week, and we invite all to call
and see the workings of one of the nicest things in the way of Ranges
known. HOT COFFEE AND BISCUITS SERVED AT OUR
STORES, 173 and 177 BANK STREET.
THE COLUMBIA STOVE CO,,