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HI THE STATE Cil
Many Matters of Interest to All
A BRIGADIER GENERAL NOW.
Failure R. B. Leo, the Piano Deal?
er. First Train from the North.
Anti-Democrats Still Quiet.
(Special l)i$i>Rt,*ii to tbe Virginian.]
Riohmond, February '.>. Col. A.
L. Phillips was to ni^ht eleotetl
Brigadier Central. Tlio tufautry
officers being nuuble to oleet called
to their ass Btauee tbe Cavalry aud
Artillery officers, and tlio vote wiih
]o for Uol. Phillips and 7 for Col.
B. 13. Lee. n well known denier in
pianos aud organs, uiatle an assign?
ment to day to Sol Cutobius uud
Jackson Brandt, l"u addition to the
asset? of bis music house Mr. Lee
?s? gos a large amount oi real estate
iu Richmond and tleurioo. ilia lia
bilitiea uro estimated at $30,000.
Among tbe preferred creditors are
three bauka for emus aggregating
about $10,000 and Mrs. Mary ,), Lee
lor $20.000. Mr-. Lee is tho wife of
Ibe a beignor and lonued bitii mouey.
The lirst train from tbe North to
reabb hero since night before last
arrived ibis afteruoou, It was: snow
bouud near Alexandria, The com?
pany hud four <>r tivo engines at
work fur several hours there. Mr.
O. A. L'aylor, traflio mauager of the
Bicbthond, Frederiokaburg aud
Petersburg, tl.it.k? bo baa his line
open in im.stiapo now. 1'raius uu i
the i beea) eako aud Obio ouu .South
eru are ruuuiug practically ou tune.
James river is oloBed to navigation,
The stream is froren over from here
to City Point. Tbe I'ueuhnutas and
a steamer of the Clyde Lido are
frozeu up at their wharves.
The \ irgiuia Navigation Com
pauv hope.- Id get the Pooalioutus
oil' by Mouday. The Roauoke, oi
the Old l><iminiou Line, tried tu j
reached Riehniotul yesterday even
ini,*. Im! ou Boeotiut of the ico had
to go back t.. Newport News. The
Htonmers between West Point autl
Baltimore have be'eu discontinued
during tho bad weather, It is re
porteii that a vessel from New SToi I
is tro/i. n np below Dutch Cup, hut
the report cauuot he vended. The
thermometer iu Riobnioud Hits
ruoruin^ ?tiB'l degrees above zero,
which was (i degrees warmer than
The outi Democrats have not as
yet ''shown their bauds" iu Henrico
and ( bestfi'?eld couutiea. It is
quite likely that the Populists uud
Republicans will combine. In those
counties the contests for Demooratiu
honors have already opened autl iu
Henrico especially the ti^tit is bo
coming exciting, Every office iu
iieurico thut is woith boUhug is
beiug contested, Ou Mouday tin
Democratic committee will meet to
decide how caudidates shall be
nominated niid the primary will no
doubt he adopted.
On Mouday Judge Wiokham, of
Iieurico County Court, will ben
teuce Morrm Hopkins to death.
Hopkins is a young colored man
and iu June, 1893, killed Mr. EL S.
Par so us, manager of a brick yard
near the city, They had trouble
?hont a claim of Hopkins' utuuunt
iuN' to ?7..">0, Tho Court of Ap
peals has refused a writ of error aud
the only hope Hopkins has is tha
of executive clemency tuny he exer?
cise!. The prisoucr has made a
confession, but chums that the fatal
blow was struck iu self defense.
if this weather continues intiob
longer the Riohmond Cedar Work*
will probably have to shut down ou
account of not beiug ublo to get
MessrB. iL Swineford & Son have
purchased jor $6,000 to building ou
jMoiu street, near Twelfth, lately oc
cupied by Mr. .iohu O. Small" as a
Miss Mary Cameron tins docliued
the appointment on ti.e board ot
lady managers tor the Cotton Stuto
and International Exposition at At
laute, and Mrs. ('. c. MoPhail ho
beeu named for tha vacancy.
Sim. n m o . ,t,., men.
liv Southern Asso 'into t Press.
Baltimohe, February 9.?The
oy-tor industry, which hundreds of
vessels ure engaged iu, ou tho bay,is
paralyzed bocause of tho extreme
oold weather. Captains of tho few
oyater bnats in port are afraid t>.
tauo the batches ort' for fear tho cur
goes will freeze before they could be
unloaded. No hales have beeu re
ported lor two days. The crews of
tho dredge boats have been dis
charged, u* it is impossible fur them
to work. .Six loaded oyster vessels
were out through by the loa and
sunk neat Handy Point yesterdav,
'J ne crews were resoued after a ter
rible experience. I no boats nud
their cargoes were worth about 38 K)
each, The season bus been a poor
one for t>yt>term>'U and they are iu
DO condition to stand heavy losses.
Mr9. Emily Thome, who resides
at Toledo, Washington, says she has
never boen able to Procure anv
medicine for rheumatism that re
Jieves tho pain bo quickly ami
efTeotnally as Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, antl that she has also used it
for lame back with ijreat BUCOeBS,
l'or sole by all druggists.
Messrs, Horace S, Peed and .Ins.
11. Jordan have formed aeo partner,
ship uudor the lirm name of F. M,
Peed it, .Son, to conduct the ship
oliandlory and ship supply busmen.-.
?t Water ftreet and Koanoke hvo'
October let, 18'JA. sa80,su,tu tf
THE COCKADE CITY.
Many Matters to Interest Peters?
burgers in Norfolk.
Special Dispatch to tho Virginian.
PeTKitsuuiui, Va., February 9.?
Hod, 1'. j. .lurrett, ex-Mayor of Pe?
tersburg, died quite snddouly nt a
quarter to l- o'oloek lust night ut
tue resideuae of Ihm rhu, Mr. .lohn
ll, Jarrett, nt Jarrott'e station., in
Sussex county. Tue deceased lelt
hero Koir.u weeks siuoe to spend n
few mouths with i'is sou nt Jarrett's,
but ho was in the oity a few data upo
in ins usuul hi'ultli. 1 he announce
tueiit of Ins death was quite u sur?
prise to Ins friends.
Air. .lurrett wuh boru in Sussex
county and was 18 yearn of age. Por
Some yours before tlio wnr Air. .lur?
rett und Inn brother. Ali. .lohn Ii.
Jurrett, now deceased, wero the pro?
prietors of Jnrrett's Hotel, in this
city. For ninny years aiuco the war
.Mr. .lurrett liuil earned on tho com
mission business hero, thu style of
the linn beiug T. ??. Jarrett A .Sous.
Mr. ,t ut ret t was n member of tho
( ity Council from 187(1 to 188U aud
was Mayor of Petersburg for three
terms, bidding tin: ollico from .Inly,
ISS:?, to July. 1888. In tho fall of
lvSi>?S lie was appointed I'uttcd States
Collector nl On-torus hero, which
ol icu li" bold until July or August,
I-.'I, win.it he was succeeded by
Mr. Thomas Shippeu, tho present
Mr. Jurrett was ueonsintont niem
1 et of Market street M. 13. church
und liuil been tlio treasurer of the
uburob, witii the exception of out)
year, ever si neu ibo church wan
built, iu February, 1858. Air, .)ar
tt was a widowur and had twice
married, lie wus inther of Mr.
Walter J, Jarrett, of this city.
The address which was t>> liavo
beeu delivered on last Thursday
night before A. 1*. Hill Camp of
Confederate Veterans by ox Uov,
William 10. Cameron, but winch hud
lo Do postponed mi account of tin
very inclement weather, will lie de*
uveicd on 1 hurt-iiiiy evening, thu
21st ltust. The ndilre-s will lie a de
scriptum of n suoutiug expedition
he cx-Uoveruor mude in thu euni
tner of 1804, wben ho was a stall
iilicnr with n brignile of Uou. Lee's
army urouud tula city.
The gentiemeu interested iu thu
organization of a new le'ephuue
C"ttipuuy hero hnve audited enough
? lock nt ?10U per sburu to form the
impauy. It is thought, uowcvei,
[but ibe steel; will tie placed nt $2?
er sliitre, so us to procure na mail)
-nbscrtbers ne possible, At n recent
uoetiug of the Chamber ol Com
morce u committee was appointed
row Hint body to see what could be
liono ni the way of aecurinn obeapei
iclepboue service for Petersburg,
l his committee will hold u meetiug
hi next Alouduy to heur thu propo?
rtion the telephouo putties have to
An nuktiowu white man was found
to-uight on McKenzie street in the
extreme western part of the city
viug in tue I now almost frozen to
nitth. Ho wua taken lo tho city
, nl where, nt midnight, he lieu in au
Could Not Sleep, Nervous
Gentlemen:?I have boon taking
your Restorative Nervine for tlio
past three months and I cannot
say enough in its praise. It has
Saved fly Life,
for I had almost given up hope of
ever being well again. 1 was a
chronic stillerer from nervousness
and could not sloop. 1 was also
troubled with nervous headache,
and had trie! doctt >r3 in vain, unt il
I used your Nervine. Yours truly,
MRS. at. VTOOD, Ring-wood, 111.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
Dr. Miles' Nerrinq Is sold on a twitlve
guarantee that the first bottle will bene?
fit, ah di ugglsts hell It- at it. t; bottlests,
or will be sent, prepaid on receipt of i.t loo
bv Dr. MUeS Meuieui Co., Elkbar* lud.
Sold by All Druggists.
lilt POSA 15 KOII SUPPLIES FOR Til ?
I <AiY YARD, N'OKPOLiv, VA., Jtnu.ry
..o 1-.' . -..it l propo als i ni- ii" 1 prui'O
- ? .- for.siii plh-s un ihrXsvj vard, Norfolk,
Va.i to beopemd l cbruai> Ulli 18'JS" sill be
r- Ivcd nt tue flu cr.it of Supplle< na I Ac
(ounts, Na>y liepsriitient Wadiiiietoti, D. C,
ti lit I l'J ., i .. k noon, i .-i.riia v ! in, im .. and
publ clj o. eued homed) lely thereafter, to
in n sli a tlio >avy- nrl.Norl ;ic Vn, . nan
my ..i Ii i,,ni- luiisho', ba dir ore loo ,
tu . Is Iron. |. ?lein?, . , ,, . n<iMv.
1 gsutts. Inenrtl ? >musteorforhi lothnnavy
sin rtsrJ a n loss ili? , * nl rava Inspection
i. ank-p opn?? um i... f?, hi i,. ,i ?..<,.
ci onj lo ibe Sa y p, ?,-.,.. Norfolk"Va.
i h.: nltsoiimi o u n . fno ii ? r. and deal. r?
luvte i. I if 1.1.)-, all filler lull et I,, ni.
<? ??'> ' eelded Ij 1 i ?.,,, t.n 55
?,rw :? *?;.feet? i to r...j ,i
nil bl?s u i ilieinwl . .iva,ll;,.to , to
\> T, Pay.
any or nil hid* u 1 ihetned sdvaltU
th ? < 0 0 n (i:t EDWIN sli
waver UtUurai, L. 6. ^. l'e?-iu.w.i-iiw
A LIFE SAVED.
IVIiru if Itleau? to "? ^tirfniuii?
llnrtlftliti'find ImJms*j in?
< Wirf llcwilrtl.
rroni tlio Wooiunckot, H. 1 . lleporter.
One midwinter night, in a Mm bug
?tn> storm. Capt. Arthur I.. Mekn-uu,
in !? nuinunil "t tho nailaut nttlo s boouer
Allen Ureeii. mu out irutn Vineyard
S.u.n 1 I t oro tlio northeast gals ami
inn 10 for tlie i) on sea. 'iiio storm was
at its I eight whoa tin; wiud all fted ho
gtl?itonlt t at oro tho skippor reali ed
bis situation his ens caUK.it the aottiul
of Iba brotke - boom ug on Point
Judith a treacherous ahme.
r Itui u in times arter tho Allen Green
Struck, Capt. liorbort M. ..nowles' crew
of hardy lire anvers lilt I br^ii'i the wirk
of rosouc. Cap . Mckoraou, wlin
brought isbore, nmaiu|a pitiable condi?
tion. As n Inter nt.it-d ill his ouioial
rouorl of 'ho ni aster ? e Lioverntueilt
r, y irl made u Superintendent irabull
oi tbe Lifo Saving service, ''I aulTeretl
in,10I1 ii'.cramps an t pa US caused l/V
ibe tnuis u l reca ve t before 1 weul
ashore, having bceuattbe te/m flfMn
hour* c 'ii ? 'in us
The lite Severn wrapped tho brave
voting sniiur in war :i blanket* au I nave
iiiut I'alu Mliet freely. The famous o.d
remetit ac oniDii lie t au immediate ie
lior. ami <ap. Niokt-rson awoke next
morning u a o ntlit ou 10 fa <- auo her
tempe t. i no cssary, H<- feols h i the
prompt use of aiu.killer a tor Ida fear?
ful experience rescued bin from unut?
terable anil it n : an,t o on aave i iaa liio.
Urave i ntit. un iwlea a now as atnht
I superinieucleiit o: th life-saving dt
trlot. Ho save the Ii ?? sa ots *il u<i>
l a ii Killor, and cousi ler i; tho beat
ii I most roiinb o ? nil around remedy
tbe can ? ave by th m.
Capt. A a Church. <d' loint .'n lltti
? in ou All,ort Church, of Narr.tgausett
Pier Davis at Wuth 11 illt Hann era at
tnitioi'ii taug?an I their crews, on nr-o
Unpt. Knowles m bis prats ? of Pain
Killer as mi in munbl reined fo'- all
I'euiorgencioa cncouu ored m daily l.fc.
played iu The
sure to bring
LAWRENCE & HOLMES,
Pure Drugs. Pletiicines. Gtiemicais.
Perfumery. Gi^rs and
CHBiHOIS SRIH8 AND SPONGES.
nil sizes an l at loweat prices.
all kiula. whole and ground.
OPPO. BT. JAMES BOTEL,
HO. 76 fliulH STREET. HOP.FGLK, Vfl.
Goo Is delivered promptly to all parts
of the city
l rescriptions accurately cotui-ounde I'
We desirs |to express to otir patrons
our grateful Bp rectation <>f tho liberal
?.. ?> n?!.-p bestowed '?u tis during the
past y.-ii:. aud trust by prompt attention
t,? orders, low tutec* an i rnur CO'H
! treattueut to merit a coutinuauea of the
Ol li STOCK OF
House Furnishing Goods
was nover more complete, and wo have
Biiiled au entirely now line of
Mantels and Tiles,
which we Invite all in me I to in.m et
before p it.-itig tliu.r .ir.lers rl.suw.ieru
\ ery respectfully,
WHITE & DODSON,
851 CViAiW STREET.
tor. Commercial Plaue, Norfolk* V*.
$1.00 Marseilles Ouilts. Sale price, 51c! 1,000 yards 10c India Linen. Sale prict
each. 6e yard.
$1.25 Marseilles Ouilts. Sale pi ice, 57c 1,000 yards 1 5c India Linen. Sale price
each. 9C yard.
$1.50 Marseilles Ouilts. Sale pi ice, 93c
25c Silk Windsor Tics. Sale price, 15c
100 yards Table Oil Cloth. Sale price, j$i Infant's Caps, Mull and Lace. Sale
'1 =,c yard. P?"?ce, 50c each.
1.000 yards Hamburg Edging, red and s 75c Infant's Caps, Mull and Lace. Sale
white and plain while. Sale price, j price, 35c.
Zephyr Wersted, split 01 single. Sale
price, /je fold.
Saxony Yarn. 7c hank: Germantown
Wool, 5c hank.
Si Infant's Silk Caps, lined. Sale price,
75c and 50c Infant's Silk Caps, lined.
Sale price, 38c each. 25c Infant's
Silk Caps, lined. Sale price, 1 5c each.
204 Plain Street,
Norfolk. VaJ204 Main Street,
lL>tf> IVf/^irv STREET.
Our senior member, Mr. EDWARD BROWNSTEIN, is now in the North?
ern markets, buying Spring Stock, and i eiorc our new goods arrive wc intend to
sell every dollar's worth ot our present stock that can possibly be moved, and to
this end wc have marked our goods at
It is impossible to give an itemized list of the many MOVING PRICES
which we have made on fresh and desirable goods, and will only mention as a sample
in which we show an elegant line of Fresh and Pretty Stvles at the following
Ul'R$:.oo CURTAINS, NOW oS | O U R $3.35 CURTAINS, NOW $1.63
$ 1.35! '? 3.39 ? ?? 1.05
J.?v ? ?' I.45
3-?5 " " 14;
Allot the Ahove Arc New and Fresh Goods and Prettiest Patterns.
BROWNSTEIM & CO., 128 Main Street,
N. li.?$5,000 worth of Men's, Youth's and Children's Clothing that
must he sold before March ist. as we will not carry a dollar's wotth
of Cloth ng in our new business.
Cedar Post 15c each; Boards, $9 per m. for fencing;
Good Flooring $14 and Framing, $11 per m.
The best Pine and Hard Wood, $5 per cord.
N t. Siove, Egg and (irate Coal, CASH, $5 a ton.
All orders will receive prompt attention and satisfaction
G. 8. El?1 LUP1BER, COAL AND WOOD YfiSRD.
'Phone 404 East End Falkland and Charlotte Sts.
143 and 145 Churon St.
250 Rolls New Matting
00 Rolls Linoleums from
60c. to $1 per yard.
from 55 to $75.
trom 25c. to 50c
Buying lor cash \vc can
D. F. DONOVANj
SH?BP & GWATHMEY, 98 Main Street,
Wt offer suiua of Mi? moat .tesirabla
luvustn-.sms now on the market.
riuo West End rost.toaoo, M'Jsiau foet.
No. 1C7 tiroiiuy strooi.
No. 'I'll auu .".it Unto street,
euerueiii rental prop* rtiee on Chnrcb,
Sunt!:. Witlouuhby, .ninas atiil ltetley
v*onnt lots on 1 immure. Drawer,
I'rincesa Atme, ritim ? Riverside, Wind?
?or ami Now i astlc tireeta, and I'ark,
Wll oagbbv, Central aiid It avoiiuos, and
tnnuv more at Lauibi't a Point.
Store l'J Union street, 8iy, :*37 gueon
Chora 21 Union Btreot.
House & (.'it. en street.
Ildiie^ on Pluinestreet,
Houses on Bermuda street.
821 i am iirost
WH Yarmouth street.
Store l'j I.auk stroot.
O111oos auu siceiiiut; apartinonta on
.;otr (if new tioaaes P, A. avuniio e*
ten ii d.
.\o. d Loyall'i Uue.
(lOice-i on grouiiii Door, Pr> Muin Btreot
fltta t to -nit appiie .nt?.
S'ow Iioiiho, Itiversiiio, 7 rooms and
stable (3stalls), 812.60.
,? 01 THIS VYA-Mil
C. C. JOLLIFFE,
(H ON OPTICAL COMPANY, WASH?
ING'] UN, D. ('.. WILL BE AT
%J C. F. Greenwood & Bro's. Jewelry Store
?a* If8 MAIN BT.. NOHPOLK, VA., THURSDAY, FEB. 1'.
r .in t in tr> .'. p tu .11 iiisr-:isen of the ayes treat ;il in tho mont H. ientiti.- manner
Opthftlmie examinations made in all case*. No ciiargo tor examiiiatiou. It-vory
pair ui glasses ^uuruuucd to bu suiiniuctory.
Atjctiom balks? f?tubh d*v
By tlie Morris Auction Huu<i', 39 li.nik (tree*
T Alna; AN I) A TT It CcFlVE SALE OF I INS
Jj lie rjoin and I'arlor Furniture, CarpHaa
Utigs, I'lctiires, Stove*, Clock*, Decorated \?hi>%
<ir>:aii?. I iano-, el etc., at ? or Au tlon-li > i o?
on TUESDAY. MniiMN.i, F?binary the 12th,
atlOoMo.k. ladies especially iuv.tcil tuut
It. II. MtHSRIS,
Townsend & Joy lies, Auctioneers.
PURSUANT TO A DEED OF THL'Sl' MA DO
I \>y \V. s. u'llsiu and wife to me. as trustee.
? 1 ted Juno 25th, I81M, aud recorded In ile.#
Ipo k 187, page?88, ( lerk'solUco Norfolk Count*
Con it, mid .it request of creditors liieret*
teoured, I shall II :,: nubile auctloa, at the
Real I ?t?te Kxchange, Norfolk, Vs.. MON?
DAY. February 18lh, at 12 o'cleek in., thsfol"
lowing prupurty lv-wtt: Lot OK LANIl>
WITH IMPRO\ KMKNTH TIIKUKON.slli le-tS
un the South slUoof Uordou avenue, Harbours
i Die, Norfolk county, Va., and froiiting t licrvo*
forty fo I, with a tlenth of I2tl reel, said lot of
land being sit.inted Ivail oi Hit Cottage Toll
itriil;;-. T'lila property I? sold subject to .??
p lor deed of iru*i for MOD. due the lleptaso?
liliiiui < Inssltt (I II ill i'ii ? As-oelall n.
HUMS CASH. J, W. BARBOUIt,
?urj- ? ? ?????????- . .
It I:.* I. I SI All; aMlliNTM,
JONH A. LESNER,
Real Estate and Rental Agent,
635 1-2 Church St., Extended.
Next to Leaner*a Park, Norfolk, Vp..
Close colle tiuna and prompt returns.
Deal > stat j lor salo oa instalment plan*
W. H. H. Trice & Go.,
Real listate Brokers,
29 BANK STREUT. l'HONE 5?1L
RKslDESCES? Fine new llotisee, Ghent.
187, 17*. uouih sine:; ail modern Improve*
122 HUtesircct, ".I I 1 (?rnveiuen a.
09 Mariner street, 11 Shields street,
Varinoutli atreet, tis, ?'. Walke street,
3 aloe house*, Hrambletoii arenuoi
ti-T Lovtlt avenue, 12 > Herum la street.
36Cuutb*iia ?! ?treei, Mat tier sue.t.
Flu?-119 Hani: >tr<-.t.
;tia Water itrcc',
Odices?104 rlulue.81 Mam slre.t.
Storm 77 rank Kir el, 281 Main streit.
barge storeoppoa to l-Vrry Wharf.
:t Nun houses Tunis' wharf,
I39,ti'j,7l Water street, it 2 Chut h > trees.
200 fee vrbarl for roni 1 hi a ?
I War. house* 1 llnls] ? Inn f.
Si 0. Boggard & Co5,
Real Estate and
126 MAIN STREET.
PHONE No. TU.
FOB ltENT?120 Willougliby. "linn I
815 Wilio gbby. nil modern convenience*
au I cisterns; It'll Park avenuo, 40 l'arla
avenue, IS llighlaud, 1003 11 glilnnlnvo
one, a? Kelly ttvenuo, new hou-o on ?libbs
nvenno, III Won 1 iari-"t, 10 Cha el. 1,1
brewer, 73 Chnrlotte atroct, 701 Chapel.
Ountl lit Uixter nvenno il'Jaud 13 Douby.
FORMALE rwo lio lean u 1 1 ark .ivo
tiU" ion: on Willoi gllby nvenno. two on
Coolio avenue, one on Oibbn avoniie.
lour on Highland 'hr. ?? on Roaurvoir.
0110 011 Tunstnll, two on Falkland, t\vi>
on I ovitt even 10, one un 1 lay. 0110 oa
O avenue, lluntersvillo. and nieo Iota ou
li.natou. Itotieli. Darttnontlt, t'or
prew, Var-diali, Highland, Park and
Dibits ftleo <* V"rnl nice farina well locntod.
Biiitable for atbek raising, t rain or trnelr
farming, on easy terms. Corroipoudcn.'O)
Why Pay Rent?
When 125 cash end from Sli) to 520 po?
month will bay yon a nice homo 00
cither ilighlani. Corprew, Rowlan 1 or
division avenaos l or further vmrtioc
lur* applv to
M. L. PA?B ?s CO.
fc-olo agents. No. Iii Dank Htrotit.
W. S. JOHN'S. KENSEV JOHNS, Jtl
COAL AND WOOD,
Uave aocepteil the, agency for tho Alex
amir.a b'ertill er und Chooiicul t om?
' - ELERAATED llRAND? OF
aud will 1 arrv a hii| ply -uitc.i to the use)
of truck grbwera pnrll ui.itly. Theas
am reliable goods, ma iu 1 y au oi l mil
onice an 1 Wharf I aal ou t Avenue A.
Atlantic City. Phono ii>t:.
i;[)W. J. CANNON,
Sawed, Spill anfl Deilvered.
OFFICE ANlt VAltn?East End Wiito
tlreot e\ton la I. Norfolk, Vn.
Persoual and prompt attention given
to all orders.
SATISFACT ON GUARANTEED.
Qeo.W.Duval tk Co
Norfolk Iron Works.
No, lf> Water rtirem
tiiymes, Uoiicis, Savvuuii,
ami all kinda ol inactunery of the ni.-,ii
liiiprovo.i patterns. Also repairing <?>
ttiuahorte^i lmtiou. I'articnlarattenttoa
to atoamboai wora. DUVAI.'S l'Al'KNt
UDli.EitTi UES FteuilULErtere the oral?
perfect remody for tuiKy bailor tabot)*
They can be inserted in > few minute*, uy
Ey eiiRinoBr. au 1 arn warranted to ato|>
Irwin's Twin City Exoresa
W. T. IKWIH & CO. PROPRIETORS.
OFFHIK US WATER ST.. NORFOLK.VA
Amide facilities for hauling any tin net,
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