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HAVE DISCONTINUED THE
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE.
Continued from Page 4.
II. L. PAGE & CO., Real estate and rental agents and auctioneers, 22 Bank
street.
H. L. PAGE, Residence.
POCOMOKE GUANO CO., 024-020 Citizens' Dank building;
C. W. PRIDDY & CO., Cotton bagging and ties, rooms 624-G2G Citizens' Bank
building.
POWHATTAN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Lambert's Point.
CHAS. \V. PRIDDY, Residence.
J. W. PHILLIPS. Residence.
RUDOLPHI & WALLACE. Merchant tailors, 333 Main street.
REID'S FANCY GROCERY CO., S6 Roanoke avenuo.
RUSSELL & SIMCOE, Wholesale and retail dry goods and notions, 310 Main
street.
T. F. ROGERS, Real estate and rental agents, rooms 20S-211 Columbia bld'g.
T. F. ROGERS, Residence.
STANDARD OIL CO., G. Leonard Field, agent, office 15 Commerce, streat.
TAYLOR & PHILLIPS, Marine railway, Atlantic City.
TISCHLER TOBACCO CO., 401 E. Main street.
U. 8. HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE, Custom "House.
VIRGINIAN - PILOT PUBLISHING CO.
VIRGINIA PHARMACY, 270 Church street,
E. A. WATKINS &? P.RO., Lumber and planing mills, corner of Princes?
Anne avenue and Lambert's road.
J. G. "WOMHLE'S SONS, Wholesale and retail hardware, 91 Commercial
Pia ce.
WINSTON HARDER & WICH ARD CO.. Wholesale dry goods and no?
tions, 80-82-81 Commerce street.
W. H. WALES, JR., Wholesale wood and willow ware, 200-202 Water street.
E. L. WOODWARD & CO., "Wholesale grocers, 112-144 Water street.
W. T. WOODHOUSE, Grocer, 500 E. Brambleton avenue.
WILKINSON & NEVILLE, Job printers, 13-21 Roanoke avenue.
WILL DISCONTINUE
SOUTHERN BELL 'PHONE
WHEN CONTRACT EXPIRES.
For Hie information of the public Ihe Virginian-Pilot pub?
lishes below a list of subscribers who will discontinue the use
of the Southern Bell Tele phone service when their present
contracts expire:
B. F. ALLEN, Commission men bant, 19 Roanoke Dock.
W. T. ARR1NGTON, Grocer, Corprew and Marshall avenues.
J. D. ARMSTRONG & CO.. Oyster packers.
BOARD OF TRADE AND BUSINESS MEN'S ASSOCIATION.
C. J. CANNON, Ship broker.
CONSUMERS' FEED COMPANY. No. 331 Church street.
S. T. DICKINSON, JR.. & CO.. Merchandise Broker, 1T0 Water street
P. FINK. Grocer, 303 Bank street.
FREIDLIN & BROWN, Wholesale grocers. Portsmouth, Va.
FREIDLIN'S SONS, Wholesale grocers. Portsmouth, Va.
FEUERSTEIN & CO., Oysters, Fish, poultry, etc., foot Commerce street.
HARNEY BROS., Tug boat and barg es, 15 Nlvlson street.
THE HUB. Tailors and clothiers, 374 Main street.
HOWLETT & TATEM. Twin City Iron Works, 352-354 Water street
R. D. NICHOLS, Merchant tailors. 31 Granby street.
ODELL BROS., Fish oysters, game and produce, 1 to 9 Roanoke Dock.
PUPURA FRUIT CO., Wholesale fruit and steamship agts., Commercial Tlace.
STIEFF PIANO WAREROOM, Granby street.
TALHOT BROS., A ttorneys-at-law, Tal bot building.
TALBOT, F. AND M. W.. Residence.
TUNSTALL & SCHEIB, Sash, doors and blind dealers, 300 Water street.
VIRGINIA IRON, COAL AND COKE CO.. Nlvlson street.
WILLIAMSON & SYKES. Furniture dealers, G63 Church street.
C. A. WOODWARD, Merchandise broker, 190 Water street.
E. J. WILKINSON. Residence, 215 Bute street.
WILLIAMS. MARTIN & GRAY. Wholesale druggists, Commercial Pi.tee and
Union street.
A Suggestive Xmas Prescht.
THINK, I,noi\ and READ, but you
Will (iiiAii'i j-r. ?? . ? dl i IQS
Well, cJBf " 01 BUI it
UKoftnVss as a pa r of good glasses ?
OUR KJND, properly Rlted by our eye
expert. A thorougb and SCIENTIFIC
examination BEFORE or AFTER prn
sentation,
I iR. A. WECK.
With Haic Jewelry Co., :iiO Mala St.
de-13-tf.
Capiidine cures La Grippe and bead- I
aches of all binds.
Great big piano bargains this week at
st I kff's, go Granby street.
Open cvenliiK? till 10. -bis It
New cars on the Ocean View route to
Old l'oint Comfort. Riding as easy OS
In a Pullman. Time, &:> minuter;.
del2-tf
Great big piano bargains this week at
STIEFF'S, C>) Granby street.
Open evenings till 10. dels It
Holiday neckwear in a richness of
designs and colorings,
RUDOLPIII & WALLACE.
333 Main SL
Great big vip.no bargains.this week at
STIEFF'S, tit". Granby y.rejt. |
Open evenings iil 10. dels It
Think of Rudolph! & Wallace when
you start out to buy silk handker?
chiefs. Tho thought will save you
money.
Christmas Holiday Entos Via
Southern Railway
For the above occasion the South?
ern Railway, will sell tickets from
points on its lines of rate of one and
on,.?-third first-class fare for the
round trip, tickets oh -sale December
22d, 23d, 24th and 25th, and December
30th nnd 31st., and January 1st, laoi,
final limit January 4th. 1001. In addi?
tion to the above dates tickets- will
Im- sold students and teachers bit pre?
sentation of certificates signed by prin?
cipals of schools December 16th to 2ist.
flnni limit January Sib, 1001.
Dec.-12-lSt.
Great big piano bargains this week at
STi KFF'S. 66 Granby street.
Open evenings i111 10. delS It
The best remedy for h^ndach?* and
La GrlppeA-Hlcks' Capudins.
IN THE COURTS.
Judge Waddill Adjourns U. S.
Court For the Term.
Ho Will Sit Again January 2 to Ile:?r Ar?
gument* on Motion?-An Kx-Muyor I*
Soot to Jltil For "Atoottftlllnlllg" 111 the
other ('nulls.
Judge Kdmond Waddill labors In the 1
United States District Court for the 1
present term ended yesterday and last
evening lie left for Richmond, where
he will preside over the District Court
for that division. The calendar during
the present term has be n unusually
heavy, and although a great many
cases have been disposed of, the dock?
et is still crowded and a large number
Of eases have gone over until the next '
term of court, which will convene in
May. Meanwhile those under Indict- .
ment who have not been admitted to 1
ball win be confined In tho Norfolk '
jail, the order directing the confine?
ment of prisoners in the jail at New?
port News having been rescinded, it
will be recalled that some lime ago
owing to the filthy condition of tho
jail, all United Stales prisoners were
01 deied transferred to Newport News,
hut the cost of bringing prisoners to
and fro during the court term has
been found not only Incoiivenleirt but
costly and as the conditions at the
Norfolk- jail have undergone a ma?
terial change for the better, hereafter j
all United states prisoners awaiting
trial, will be confined there.
On January - Judge Waddill will
sit in continuation of the present term
for the purpose of hearing arguments
on motions for new trial, and again in
February for the trial of these under
Indictment who are now out on bull.
The petit jury which was adjourned
yesterday will serve at that time.
One of the most important cases, on
which argument for a new trial will :
be heard by Judge Waddill. will be '
that of Frank S. Olver. accused of
assaulting the 10-year-old Donati girl
at Chamberlln'n Hotel, .old point.
Tho matter came up yesterday when
his counsel. Mr. R. T. Thorp, made a
motion for arrest of Judgment and a |
new trial. Judge Waddill sent the case
over until January '?, when be will
hoar argument.
FOR ROBBING M A U.S.
Jose] h Mlljer, who was charged
with having stolen two letters from
the postoflice, and who had entered a
pl?n oi gutiiy, was sentenced by Juduo
Waddill to serve is months In the pen?
itentiary at Moundsvllle W Va.. whith?
er he win be taken this morning by Dep?
uty United Stales Marshal Bland.
EX-MAYOR GOES TO JAIL.
Wilbur F. Rogers, tho ex-Mayor of
Oxford. N. C, and who was at one!
time a member of the Richmond police
force, was convicted yesterday in the
United States court of conducting an
Illicit distillery and was sentenced to
serve six months In the Mecklenborg
County jail.
THIRTY. DAYS FOR MOONSHINER.
Thirty days in Jail and n lino of JlOtr
was the sentence Imposed by Judge I
Waddill In the United States Court
yesterday, when Joseph J. Robertson
.pleaded guilty to conducting an illicit
still and selling the "moonshine"
product In Mecklenburg county. Later
the Judgment as to the fine was sus?
pended.
R. J. JONES ACQUITTED.
K. J. Jones, accused of using the
mails for fraudulent purposes who was
out on bail and failed to materialize
when his case was called in the
UnKed States Court on Monday, wan ,
on hand yesterday, and was promptly
acquitted after Judge Waddill had |
heard the evidence.
COURT OF LAW AND CHANCERY.
An absolute divorce was granted
Mrs; May Gregory yesterday by Judge
Martin in the Court of Raw and
Chancery, from her husband, Fred
Gregory, of West Laurens, N. Y., on
the ground of desertion. They were
married in March. 1S96, mil separated
in July of the same year.
The will of the la:.- John J. Samuel
was admitted to probate yesterday in
the Court of Law and Chancery. The
instrument is dated March 18S8, and
d.-vises all the estate, real awl per?
sonal to the deceased's widow. Mrs.
Mary E. Samuels, who qualified as ad?
ministratrix under a bond of 530,000
without surety.
The divorce suit brought by Mrs.
Grace Cecilia Holt against her hus?
band, X. D. Holt, was (ilsmls-scd yes?
terday in the Court of Low and Chan?
cery, on the motion of the plaintiff.
COR BO RAT I OX CO 111 IT.
In the Corporation Court yesterday
the will of the into Mrs. Nancy B.
Taggart was admitted to probate; The
instrument is dated June 26, 1900, and
divides the estate equally bctwei a her
son-in-law. John Wesley Wilbur, and
her grandchildren, Stephen Warner
and Nannie Louise Wilbur. The estate
consists Of property at the corner of
Lovltt and Reed avenues. Bramble
ton, and S-'rtO In personal property.
Under a bond of $1,000, John C. Wilbur
qualified as administrator.
George Chnrkas and A. Adams,
Greeks, took out their naturalization
papers In Hie Corporation Court yes?
terday.
The young Japanese, Harry Young,
lined for Improper conduct on the
street and arrested Oh a Corporation
Court warrant, went to jriil yesterday
lending- the payment of his fine.
Yesterday Guard C. A. Br.idihg car?
ried tfi the penitentiary at Richmond
the following prisoners recently cbn
' vlctod In the Corporation Court to two
years each: Ceorge Warner, Curtis
Kir>cr. Isaiah Rlddlck, Ed. Wilson. W.
I W. Rei l. Willi.nr. Johnson and James
Williams.
IN THE POLICE COURT.
Howard T. Heering says he took aJ
chance of winning KM Whitehurst's
money and the experiment cost him
f&O. Then It dawned on him that lie
never had a chance to win, and be had
Whitehurst arrested. They were before
Justice Taylor yesterday, who con?
tinued live case until Friday. John T.
Lewis becoming surety for Whtoo
hurst'a appearance in the sum of $100.
The case of Arthur Wynn. charged
with eondueilng a gambling house at
::7T Church street on complaint of J.
O. Rcldi 415 Church stree'f, went over
to the 21th ins?:.
Justice Taylor yesterday fined Geo.
Davis $7.;*, for trespassing on Hie
Grnnby Theatre building, in course of
construct ion. It cost Rudolph Temple,
a line of $4.25 for being drunk and dls
I orderly and James White, colored, who
was charged with the larceny of a
I three dullur overcoat frown Robert
Capps was permitted to go his way In
peace.
John Anderson, the negro arrested n
few days ago on suspicion of being
Richard farter, who escaped from the
Bedford County Jail in November, was
yesterday released as the authorities
failed to Identify him as the man
wai e<i.
Milton .Smith, colored, went to jail
yesterday In default of $5 and costs
imposed by Justice Taylor, for break?
ing a show case in Joe Markers place.
Plume and Talbot streets oh Monday
night and then knocking the proprie?
tor down when he demanded to be
reimbursed.
The charge of embezzlement against
Charles Simmons, colored was dismis?
sed by Justice Taylor yesterday. Sim?
mons, who was In the employ of V.
Cacace, a stevedore, was given an on- j
v.-lope containing $-.'.Vl to deliver to a
fellow workman. Another envelope
containing si for himself was also
given him. This he delivered and kept
the larger amount. He settled the mat?
er on a cash basis with Mr. Cacaco
and the latter withdrew tho com?
plaint.
John Henry Smith, colored,' was in
tho Police Court yesterday as com?
plainant against Sam Sims, a Chinese
laundrymnn, whom he accused of with?
holding his laundry. Sam Sing proved
to Justice Taylor's satisfa'O Ion that
he was not the Celestial with whom
Smith had left his washing and he
was accordingly discharged.
Justice Taylor yesterday sent Tom
Burnett to Jail for twelve months and
John Mohre f..r six months. They were
arrested by Special Officer Prank Bar
r?ri, charged with stealing an overcoat ,
torn 131 tyson Jones.
The case of <'. <",. Henderson, an old
negro, charged with assaulting io-year
old Mary Cottrell, also colored, of 32
Lincoln street, was adjourned by Jus
tlco Taylor until today to give Attor?
ney James F. Duncan an opportunity
to confer with his client who Is quite
deaf.
Robert Fnulk, the negro, accused of
trying to drown a colored woman' by
throwing her in the river, was beforo
Justice Taylor yesterday, but his ens'!
went over until Thursday.
For some time pas: the Cochran
Wholesale Grocery Co. have missed,
from lime to time, a quantity of their
stock, and yesterday Willie Haywobdj ;
colored, one their drivers, was placed
under arrest, charged with systematl
colly robbing them. A quantity of
Hour, lard an 1 meal found at tho home
Of Mary Holmes, 285 Wide street, was
Identified as part of the stolen prop- ;
crty. i
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 6.
SiJ/c* ? Cfcaof til h Cd
The cause exists In tho blcod. In
what causes Inflammation of the
'mucous membrane.
It is therefore Impossible to cure
the disease by local applications.
It is positively dar.gerous to neglect
It. because it always affects the stom?
ach and deranges the general health,
and is likely to develop Into consump?
tion
Mnnr hftTa been radioall; r.ml permanently
??ureil by Heed's Sarsaparllla, It cleanses the
blood and b:ti n peculiar alterative nnd toalc
olTuct. it. Lone California Junction, Iowa,
writes: "I had cr.lurrh thr'.'c years, lost my
apt'etitj and could not sleep. My lirnd pained
inn ami I felt biui all over. I took Hood's
Sariuiparilla ami cow bat e a irood tipprtito,
eloxp well, and have, no symptoms of catarrh."
Sffacsefs SsrsapaHffta
Promises to cure and keeps the prom?
ise. It Is better not to put off treat?
ment? buy Hood's today.
Hundreds of Children
are Made Deaf by Catarrh!
Here's a Case in Point,
CATARRH IN CHILDREN Kencrnllv
assumes tho ADENOID typo cnaract ? -
Izcd by BNORING WHEN ASLEEP.
COLDS, BRI! VTHING THROUGH THE
MOUTH WHEN ASLEEP, Sec. Ii is an
i extremely frequent cause of ear troubles
but can bo readily cured by proper treat?
ment.
"Our Hui? rlrl bad become VERY
DEAF IN BOTH EARS SO THAT W'R
I IAD TO SPEAK TO HER VERY LOl.'D
TO MAKE HER UNDERSTAND. She
was quite palo. suffered with Roro throat
trouble and had ne ecxrmatous - i
In her ears. OR FIREY'S TREATMENT
RAPIDLY CURED HER, RESTORING
HER HEARING PERFECTLY and very
greatly improved her health, It also
cured th" eczema in hrr ears."
J. P. TAT EM.
Mr. Tat cm was until recently cinplo cd
by Frank & sens. r,H Main si:.- . nut is
now engaged in the clothing b i In I i
Elisabeth City, N; C.
CATARRH PERMANENTLY CURED.
"ABOUT FOUR YEARS AGO DP,
F1REY CURED ME OF CATARRH OF
THE NOSE AM? THROAT, which nl o
affected my rnrs somewhat, althoi gli my
business calli for eonslderab'?> exposure,
? l um employed on a ilgtu-.hip off Lnni
bert's Point). THERE has NEVER
BEEN Tl K SLIGHTEST RETURN OF
THE TROUBLE. I AM PERFECTLY
CURED." J. C. CORCOR VN.
Rooms 3 and 1 No. .".Tl Main ?tr. t. over
'The Hub." SpecialUcs~pATARitii and
ail diseases ..t Eye, Kar. Nose. Throat,
i be; i and Stomach.
Hours, 'j a, in to 12:30 p. m.; 2 p m. to
t. p. ni. Sunday hours, 10:30 a. in. to )2:3d
a. in: Tuesday night. Thursday night and
Saturday in-;bl. 7.15 p. m. te s:15 p. ni.
CONSULTATION ALWAYS FRBb.
Medicines furnuhed. Terms moderate.
Eyes examined for glaviva free of
> b.irgc.
Mighty interesting suits
-at?.
ISGIITY interesting prices,
$3.95
$4.95
$5.90
N( vcr assoclato those
superior values with boodle
made clothing <>r with
s> conds- damaged stuff or
any Irregular shop-worn
hund-nv -down in any way
or t-nn ? notwith?
standing that the prices are
extremely low?these Suits
for Mil .tnd N einig Men uro
in overy respect regular?of
good w (ring f ishlonablo
designs?cut?niado and trimmed in a
pro) er workmanlike way and are better
go ? Is for the prices charged th in can
be had at any other place with due re
gard to caption -protease?scheme?mo?
tive? circumstance or condition.
S
Quality Is what counts
here first?last and all tho
time. It is very natural that
a catchy price can he print?
ed into a newspaper adver?
tisement nrd lots of theor?
etical schemes easily con
coctcd and hatched to give
the semblance th.it a bar?
gain Is being sold?but when
the practical lest ot quallt/
Is applied?When comparison
Of actual worth Is tnude in Its broad and
<?? mpreh? nslve form there Is readily seen
that there ts most generally a very de?
cided short coming In point of quality
Suits on sale here nt Six Elghty-Flye?
Seven Forty and Seven Kincty-Pive show
quality far In excess of the small charges
made for them?hero the steady business
and the multitude ot well pleased buyers.
$6.85
$7.40
$7.95
$8.90
$9.35
$10
Another combination of strong leaders In fashionable win?
ter 8 .it- be- M;'ii an I Young Men Bliggesta Itself to the people
in tli best interests of true economy and general satisfac?
tory results?mi assortment of strictly up-to-date patterns
111 Suit- tor M n and Young Men and down to the minute
iroments for worth and value?these Suits tower head and
liouldi ? in their tailoring bxcellence^-nt?style and good
looki above any goods on sale anywhere ana when It comeS
in wear tie re is'nt a Stilt In the three big lines that are not
warrant i In every particular for the best of service as well
as the finest and most costly garments in the house.
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Any way that these Suits are counted they show a
marked degree of high-grade workmanship applied to ex?
tra?ordinary qualities of Fashionable winter Woolens
et? r ^\ r (~\ convert 1 into stylish Suits tor Men .and Young Men?the
j\ I / be? dresser? are dressed in as perfect shape from these
*Y. r ranges as much so na when they hid paid double and
trebl the -t< clalunder value at which they are sold here
$13.65
, , . . - evorj desirable fabric Is represented in every new shape
* ? Y on the now plates.
It is positively needless to pay big Charging tailors
their enormous big prices tor suits of this type and
c rtttracb r when every point of tailoring?every kind of
ft-> * / r~(~\ pattern ? shape? idea-size and every clement of Bntlsfac
I (5 3vJ ''on ' " '"' '"'""'V lo l"u "" l,n'' "'ear on such a
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great money saving basis?II pays to Investigate?forte
nt guaranteed?Alteration and changes free from extra
cost.
252-254 Main St.
8-10 Titian tic St.
CLOTHIERS
TAILORS.
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NORFOLK,
HU'I I.MOND.
NASHVILLE,
BALTIMORE,
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VERYTiilNG AT COST!
Splendid lines of
"iirniturey
0nd Household w
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
AT GREAT SACRIFICE
PRICES.
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231, 233, 235 Church Street.
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Wi> ar- iiK<':i(9 for tho following
machines: ;
The Standard, White,
New Home. Domestic
and Household
a {rood new machine from Sis 00. Spien.
did line of sec >nd-h<rnd machine] fro;a
l- ? ' > I Nn I M and all parts for
machines ran lie had at our aftlce. We
reuali 1 ivli machines auU guarantee
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C, C. GUNTER,
STANDARD SEYVINO MACHINES
163 Church Str.-et. Norfolk. Vi.
We Solicit Your Orders
For 1 ireplace Heater Cleaning. We employ the best mechanics and
cndi v*oi to do work well. Avoid the rush and send your order in
at once. See our line of Heating Stoves. -x
THE! COLUMBIA STOVE CO.,
Phone J76. 173 to 177 BANK STREE
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