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of misery is taken from
women, by l?r l'ioico's Fa?
vorite Prescription. YVeak
n esaeS that distress your
womanhood call bo relieved
nnd cured bv it, safe-ly and
certainly. It has done tbia
for thousands of suffsffiag
women?and I be ninkors uro
willing to j7tmr.ii it,-, it it
doesn't benefit or cure you,
thty'll return the money.
Boaring - down paius, in?
ternal ln&aniniaflou and
uleeirntiou, organic displace?
ments, wank bnek, and ail
kindred ailments ore eurod
by tho " Favorite Prescrip?
.Y?e, Peliium Co.. TP. Vit.
Dn. K. V. PrEiiofc: Den- Sir?Mine is a
ensu of eleven years' Standing, which b-if
tlie skill of thu best medical uid pro*
i'urable. I obtumod nu rood efteot, until
I began thouiw-of the "Favorite Prescrip?
tion, which lilted tie- Imidin which w.lR
seeking my life. My gratitude i owe to tho
*? Prescription." l louaiu, sincerely,
m a > i : i>.
IVANITED- \ man toa.t n? agent foi s |irvduce I
?1 commission house of 30 your- ttandiitg: aus
Who lives among the growers piolerrcd. At l-.ut,
?.;.? who iron Ion? nonuaintaiica cau Iprtueace
shipment*, may addict 11. tV., this olficc. up-'-i-ii
AGENTS TO TAKE OltUKKH BY SAMPLES
at home or travo'. We pit) liberal iuilaty and
jaxpenscs or u-o.i 1 ? omuihaleu aud furnish sanipica
OYS WANTED to work at N'oifolk Fruit Pack
i;c Hurt-, llimleraTlll.-. X.ni.ill.. V... upi :-.:t?
ANTED?A youog iadr si bonk keeper aud
cashier in Brat-eis?s fumi-blui; btoic Ad?
ftVright tpptlcaut. Addict- Lo.a Box lilM, K>iw
liAKKl: WANTED?Appy to eraddi" It
j> Ii IMMOND, Wi sbii gton, N I .
ARl' Tin?>?? yamig gentlemen ?an net * large
I hi k pai nr room ? ii l> boar i r.i ? fair mice in
mi,mil luii <<i thu oily, bv addressing BOARD,
fox V., Postottoa. apl'Mf
ANTED A Qnl-olasscoh r .1 cook aettlad; un
rataudi marking. Apply si Church street
?fler s u. in.
\KANTKD f.ady agents Ibrougbout Virginia to
M handle an arth iciho.1 ne.In ou its merit. Ad
grOIS 3'il 1 ilth t venae S. E., ttoa-uoke, \a. oclM
ONE Oil TWn ?.i r. II.CMI s -.in ?I w aboard
mid romfo lall? roeui with pitvae family
in oder ic. references exchanged. Addn
me VliDiolan sei*
It! ANTED. ? Speolal Advertising i'i>iivH.'-?tr?.
11 fniuiliar with premium men-hunt ilo trado;
nonsj njxk> r ni 1*91 Alia clever general canvas.
KAM KY. s E. IS, St., N,
til'KCl A l. NOTIOKS.
|)I<"TI'RE KRAMES, ANY SIZE, NEW IIM-ll.
I uratitiful dciigua ? ud lowest price? I rPortratta,
I'aoii ngs, Water Colon rrarons. e_-,..?i c;- er
?n it? .?? af piatnres ai Ni ?i:.\i'M .-, l'ii .dam
a ieel, Norfolk, \'a
J \ A ! BAKEItY?llesidei wir rcgu ur square
&> loaf-wo half Milk, Viuiina Itve, Eiue Gianam
aud Vienna < r, :.ra Bread, Marylaud snd llrowu
J oiii In-, eii- ..-.I iiiu linear aa ?n men! ol all
kind* ol Cake*, Pastry, i int.oiio Itussc'i ik.uh
?IONKYTO LEND In amount* to milt . n oi
JH in? real e-t.u. i IVIIIIT1.ESAMS. ntrA-tl
SjXKCUTOH'B KOTI E ll.b PHttgONS ii w
ing claim* aguinat the eaUto of Mr, l<oui?a 0
IMwarda, deccassd, will pleaae pieieul ih<m
aijinpl ? i nie.
T. 0. EDWAIM'-.
Sh? klcfordi, Klag ana o.ucen c lo.tj \..
tag niaailahes.In ISO p. o.-.k rur u ataiiin. I
jlnliii II. \\ nodbiiry, llii W.?dSt..N. 1'. I
auvuiitt-r ul Wuou't.uij's t'aclal Soap. is?
1 Drugs, Patent Medicines To lot Articu-j,
C\u*rt aud t eba.vo. W. F. I'll 11.1.1 PS, 210
gdali. altort ie30
Tv i; UKNT?Deal ah e and rorniy groicry stor
i at tiorthareituiu oralr nl I'liune and lal i
?ir-M . i i-merii .pi d b? F?uk Sn el .
?Apply o THOMAS TAI.Iltir, upJ.-l?'
ltd: KEN i - IA\ ? U> SI tlll.ES AND < Fl It i
I' corner o U Ion ?ui| < liun h atreeta, the'-ida-t
end me.i , .in ...I. ut -Iiis iu no i:il? U 11
.?n o tide hi t riii? ip y IV. It. ll'NIK:.-,
t'i Hank atr.et, i ??? r'i.n itreet. lulcC-liu
I'OKItKNI 1 In i rei in i on ?; r ,: acat of Ciranby,
T !??? dc 11.ili io.,w ih ?II ion'cclrucrs; c.i-.
lath ?ml altentlon; r. icrrnecs exchanged; in lei
an lent. Address n J. II.,iarc Virginian, iurlO-t<
J'OK RENT? T ' verj de<ilralda ro ins nest ol
?,i/iib> itrtcl on I'ireinas n, with all conven
inces?gas. hath ai.J alieuiion. ltclVra?cea ex
Vhanged; moderate taut. .\ddi?as o. U.U. ? ?ra
irginiaa. de I -K
ROOM FOR RENT.
One wi i"u geutleuien ean obtain a ninety rar
ai.-Ltd room, rentrullj lorittd, with all luodern
cenvanlancea, luoluding bath, gas and beat, with
5u three in Unites walk of the (Metric line A. C,
...c.,h ? i i...iii II .jl i-t f
Messrs. Eloraoe ?, feed nnd .las,
3A. Jordan have formed a oo part nur.
ship iiiuier tho llrm name of F, .M.
J'eed A ^SoIl, to conduct tho ship
chandlery ami skip supply business,
at Water street and Uoauoke uvc
October l>t. 1891. seiW.su.to tf
Those who never rtod the advcrtiHO
rueuts in tlieir nowspspers iniss more
than they presume. Jonathan Konson,
? Ian, Worth county, Iowa, who
liad been Iron hl od. with rheumatism iu
Iiis buck, arms und shotiltlors rend nu
stem ii his paper about how ? promi
tient Gorman citizen ol Ft, Madison
iiud been cured. He proourod the
came uiotlicme, cud to use his own
words: "It cured me right iid." Ho
elso bats: "A neighbor and ins wifa
evere both sick iu bid with rheumatism.
fFbojr boy was over to my hoiisn and
eniii they worn so hud be hud to do tho
cooking, l told bttu of Chamberlain's
2'niu l'aliu and how it had cured me,
fie cot a bottle and it cured thciu up iu
A week, id) cent bottles for stile by nil
< aml>li. il'-. ICiiBler llfferlngs
All ordering one do/en cabinets at
t'.i will be presented with mio of my
cmrbou aristos with handsome gilt
frame, This otlur is only for Kaster
Week. 17J Main street.
Wo will receive the newest shapes in
lints as they conic out. We will keep a
complete stock of milliuory good.-- to
6he end of tho season, Will try to
jdeose all customer.", but will never
rbargc exborbitunt prices.
Mna. P. Kils,
1C1 Church street,
Tho Daisy Koller Mills report a
rushing trada tho paflt week. Nearly
every grocer in tho oily bandies then
Jlour aud buds ready s?lo for it,
Fair weather reported for to day.
Nothing of importance iu tba Folico
United States Diatriot Attorney
LaBSitar is iiere from Petersburg.
.Judue ThomaB II. Willcox lias ro
turned from a trip to Now York.
Tbe sboe store at SCO Church street
was broken into Monday night aud
Tin) rocords in tho case of Vellines
vs. ltoltou and Verdier are being tnude
up by thu t 'lurk of tho Court,
Uev. J. K. Huburd aud Mrs Onbrtrd
left yesterday evening fur W'asbmgtou,
D. (3, They will be absent ten duys.
Win. Seymour, oolored. of llerkluy,
was sent to jnil yesterday for thirty
days, for currying coucealed weapons.
Bight sohooncrs delivered about 25,
000 bluetisb to tbe Old Dominiou
Steamship Company yesterday for
Cirole No. 2 of King's Daughters
will hold their regular meeting this
a:i er noun ut 1:30 o'clock in the pastor's
study of Grauby Street Cliuroh.
The New Orleans States of last Suu
duy, presented u picture of Mr. T. J,
Anderson, tho lieuerul Passenger
Agent of the Seaboard Air Line.
There will bo n "Pinafore" roheursal
to night in tho Alontefiore parlors at 8
o'clock sharp. All tho participants are
roqttcsted to plenKo he Ihore on time.
The Keii Stookiug liasuhnll Club
will play the Kichmonds at thu League
Fork Mouday und Tuesday. Tnese
are tbe bust colored clubs iu the State.
jiMr. Fred I,. White, engineer of the
tug L. Luokenbach, who was charged
with altering his Iieeuse. has been ex?
amined by ttio Locul Steamboat lu
Next Sunday at 3:80 o'clock p. ru.,
at Armory Hull, Messrs. Miles Giant
aud U. W. Sederquost, of Boston,
Mass., will lecture on "Biblical aud
A colored boy named Wilson was
struck iu the face with u brick yester?
day morning and several of his toulli
kuookod out, Alex White, a colored
boy, is charged with the assault.
Luther Wallace aud Men Week-.
1 two colored boys who were stowaways
on tho steamer ( aroiinn on her last
tr;p to Baltimore, were returned to
Norfolk yesterday morning. The boys
-ay they weut tu Baltimore to get work.
Polioe Officer Wyuue, who has been
trying to discover what houses on
Sinitb street are frequented by tuiuer?.
made u raid ou one ot Ibem nud caught
-evetal minors, lie swore out a war
tint lor tue proprietors, aud the oast
will be heard to day.
News Notes of Interest From the
Special Dispatch t>i tbe Virginian .
New pout Nkw.n, April 23.?A very
snd accident uconrrcd here tics morii
lug about 10 o'clock, when Isaac Dor
ham, a colored mail, was killed while
in the act of coupling two cars at coal
pier No. Jl. Durham was from Wake
Forest, N, C, and was about 23 vest;
old. lie died imiui diately alter tue
accident, having hie bead terrible
crushed. Tbu oniy person who saw the
,ad aQuir was a colored man named
Wilsou, who, realizing the danger,
yelled to Dorbsru. bill not in tune to
avert his dooui. Dr. A. C. Jonos held
ib ? coroner's iuquest with the following
juiors: .lohn II. Clarke, foreman, ami
M.ssrs. it, j . Montague, it. L. Mary?,
flirschburg Iserinsu and William i ol
ii us. They tendered the verdict that
the iutiit wun kiiiod scoidentally, thus
t xoueratuig tr.o company,
'i lie I i o III11 oil
Of medioinal agents is gradually
relegating tho old-time herbs, pills
draughts und vegetable extracts to the
rear and bunging into general use the
pleasant and effective liquid laxative,
Syrup of Figs, To get t e true reme?
dy i-te that it is manufactured by the
California Fin Syrup Co. only. For
tale by ull leading druggists.
< l?11 scrvlco i. % :t in i it.-. (Kin.
Tho semi anunul Civil Service exami?
nation lor positions in the City Post
uflice will taue place in the l ulled
Stales Courtroom on Saturday, Juue
1st, No applications will bo received
inter than May loth.
A lll.s?r.l ???:!? vormicc.
This is effected when the hostile disturb -
.iu u ol Ine liver, known as biliousuSss,
ceases through tun houigti opetation o!
lioucttor's Stomucli Hilters. Pain iu the
right side ami under the riebt annul.(er
hlade. yellowness ol in skin aud eyeballs,
'?It r Uj mi tin- long e, morning uausoa,
\rrtigo. iu.r broatb, irrcg lirity ul tbe
1 oe els sun sict, heads he. sr among the
distressing synipio ? wbn h take tin-ir de?
parture ?heu tbu greatautibilious medicine
is rosorled to. Chills and favor, kidnat nud
bladdar trouble, rhi nuiutism, lyspepsia hu I
nervousness are also i mo lud by the lit?
ten, which i4 al o a superb tunic au i pro?
mt ter of sleep an,! uppcl to. i so tho Bitters
persistently and iii.i by fits and i-tsr;-.
Bpeciiy good results will follow.
Campbell's Faster offering.
Dr. i>. s. Harmon, Consulting Opti?
cian and Master of Optics, lsti Mum
street. Norfolk. Va, Consultation treo
A beautiful line of licit buckles just
iu. New pattcrus. Chapruau & Jake
ii (Clears ilia Ilona?.
'J ho Med F.we l'oison bold at Bur?
row's drug store. Wii' runted tho
slrongest article made. Ouly 25 cents
a pint. A brush given to apply it. One
of our hotel men hays: "It knocks them
silly. I would not be without it."
Bnttermilk-aud loe Cream at Mac's.
lluvo your thoughts turned toward
spring under wear '. II so taku a look at
our unrqua led line beforo buying.
Ninhols A Wallaoe, I6Q Maiu street.
Buttermilk aud leo Cream at Mao's
The Virginian's Daily Hints
Bill of Fare
TO - MORROW,
Thursday, 2oth of April.
I, UI'YKIOU 1.1
BREAK F-/*ST. Orailtei itmwood
liru'mui Mush. It , ak 6 <??. Whin B cad.
Si w rtl Prunella*, sugtr Cakts. Coae
DI\,?1ER. Kunst li.it 1..iw. lurnlp.
Mi-i . I I'uislu. Slewed Csblnwe. \\ fall? uud
i urn Intal I'ivk! a lYaebes, Ambrosia,
v* ..I. M
SUPPER. Cj.ier Sl*w. Crsrktrs. ? ?vsd
in..I Kill er. Othui, i ui.u.d Berries. Cim
lay rltroi ul wl.ii,' bikini iu oven, lei.liy.i
til lo exult, tin ii luMl o If clear veals. -....1
I be milk. t'htekeo wIC? a lie coroslureh U?e
a farina boiknif silt ? u ia.il? il ino.nuu,,
kettle. Wli ii smooth ul. sail, b.iller, sail nut
ilie losst in hut dish, |iour i-ream ovei eavhsltca
Serve at ou< c
Mrs. E. ,1. Anderson, who has beau
visiting Mr. It. A. Hyslop's family,
182 Wiudsor uvemie. will leave to day
for her home at Bowling (Ireou, Va.
Miss Stella ('rider, daughter of Uev.
and Mrs. .1. W. 'Jrider, wuo bus been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Aahliu, No.
128 Wiudsor ttveinie, is rceoveriug
: i ii in an attack of grippe.
Messrs. Salyer A Douglas, oontrac
tors, have completed the hrick work of
thu now school house, etc., ltesarvoir
avenue, having made a good job of it.
Mrs. O, J. Spouu, who has beeo
under treutmout of Dt. F? W. Baxter
some days, is now gettiug able to sit
j As tho beautiful spriug weather
I comes ou, busiuesa ou all linos shows
more Botivity, uud Fifth Ward keeps
to tho front.
Last night wits beautiful aud tbe do
soriptive party in the luterest of Spur
tieou Church, which came oil at Airs.
Hicksruau'e, Wiudtor avenue, wits well
attended and muoti enjoyed,
Tho silver medal contest will eorue
oil at Colley Mciuoiial Presbyteriau
Inn c.h to-morrow night (Thuisduy; at
T here will he a tiniou prayer meet
mg lor young people at Asbury M. E,
Church Friday uigbt next.
Kegular services to-night at tbe
Methodist nu<t Presbyterian Ohurchoi
at tbu usual hour.
ELIZABETH CITY, N. C.
Elizabeth City, N. C April '2ft.?
1 ho New Orleans Dime Museum Coin
pauy will be hete to-morrow with then
The date of the concert and festival
tor the benefit ot the Jtiuior Baseball
Club, bus been chuugud from Friday
to Thursday night of turn week. Some
of the very beet local talent, with the
Elizabeth City orchestra, has been eu
, aged for tbe concert which is free
und lo winch everybody is invited.
The Oda l-'eliuws will celebrate an
anniversary at the Methodist Church
>.ii Friday uigbt ol this week,
the Ohio Club will hold a soc.abk
in 1- ridtiy niijnt.
A ier.bi fur tbe beuttit of the Pres?
byterian Church, will be bald on
Uev. W. P. times, tbe evangelist, is
conducting nightly revival services at
at the Bat tist Church this week, assist
<.d Uev, Dr. Biackweil, the pastor,
EDENTON, N. C.
t bic-f of l'otice "pr.i.,1 is having the
Mr. MoDowell, of Warrouton, is
, isitiug his sister, Mrs, Auuie Bond,
ou Court street.
Mr. A. ?. Mitchell has rented the
Capehait bunding ou lvlug street, ut
which piace he proposes to keep fruits,
soda water, etc.
'J he j ouug men of our towu will soon
organize u baseball club.
.Miss Lola Haste celebrated her birth?
day by giving to her friends und school
mutes a party, which was greatly en?
joyed by them.
KxcliraioM to u 11 till Olsburg*.
The Chesapeake uud Ohio ltuiiroad
will ruu an excursion to Williau>?bu*g
to morrow lor the convenieuoe ol tbe
Episcopalians ol Norfolk who may de?
sire to attend tbe convocation at that
ancient oity, l bs price ol tickets is
very smalt uud uu eiuelleul opportu?
nity is olletu-.i tu see the Collonisl
? I.rest! nani sold, lim u I'etw Mill
Mctnainder of tbu special bargains
ad vet Used in Sunday's paper will go at
same bargaiu prices. Lace curtains,
curtain poles, Smyrna rugs, also dress
goods, In.nigs and trimtuiugs, silks,
Mo., J'.ic, l'.'e. yard. Special prices
'his week on oottons, cambrics, India
lawns, sheetings, embroideries, laces,
cliBUiilo table covers, gloves aud
hosiery. Headquarters for men's
shirts of every description. Levy
Bros., 171 Maiu street.
It will be au sgreeuhle surprise to
persons subject to attacks of bilious
colic to learn that prompt relief may
bo had by taking Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and District a Remedy, Iu
many instances the attack may be pre?
sented by taking tins remedy us soon
as tho first symptoms of the disease
appear, !iii and fill cent bottles for sale
by all druggists.
I IU ollriiL'e Home I ml nitric*.
Speud your money where you make
it, which self interest, if uo more pa
trtotic motive, should piompt, ami buy
everything you can at home. Mu.'ers,
(ireonwond & Bro,, carry a large line of
watches, diamouds aud silverware, etc.,
aud guarauteo quality aud style as
good uud prices as low, if uot lowor,
than any outside of Norfolk, North or
elsewhere. Constant accessions being
American Miners Able to Undersell
the Nova Scotians.
SOME FACTS AND FIGURES
The New York and New England Rail?
road Company Has Conlractod tor
60,000 Tons of Bituminous
Coal From Pennsylvania at
$2.50 Per Ton.
Within a few days tho Now YorK
and New Bnglau I Ituiltond company
has contracted for 50,000 tons of bitu?
minous coal from the Beech crock re?
gion of Pennsylvania, to bo delivered iu
Boston tit. a cost of $??. r?n per ton, says
thu Philadelphia Kot ord. This should
lay the Nova Booths bugaboo, which has
been souring thu Pennsylvania, Mary
laud ami Virginia coal operators, who
have predicted ?um tu their New klug,
land trade an the result of tho reduc?
tion of tho duty lioin ?."> cents to -JO
cents per ton.
Tho placing of this largo contract in?
dicates that- the Pennsylvania mine
owners still have a firm hold on tho
New Bngland market. The Nova Sootia
coal dealfi/? aro offering their coal Iu
Boston, duty paid, .u $3.85 per ton, u
prico which the domestic miners uro
able to meot without diflloulty. Al?
though Nova Sootian coal has not yet
scoured tho Now Eugluud market, tho
reduction of H3 cents iu tho duty serins
to have boon a substantial benoilt to
that sootion by forcing down tho price
j of American fuel. Koi the coal which
1 tho New York and New F.ngland Kail
road oonspany has jn-.t bought at $0.50
there would have neun paid$3 last year
and $3.25 in IS?"!
THE GOLD BRICK bWIN?LLK.
Ho liitroduood tho Tiick und llcclimr ltli-h
no tile I'ri.nr*.
Thu body of Keed Waddell, the in
veutor of thu "k'-'hI brick" swiudle,
who was shot and killed at the North?
ern railway atatlon in Farie oil Maroh
??!7 by Tom O'Brien, the so called king
of bunko moo, reached Now York re?
Waddell wus tho tint mnu to intro?
duce the "gold brick" swindle. He hail
ti block of met-nl thu f-u.o of ti brick
mndo and hud it eiircfull.v gilded. In
different part* of the brick be inserted
aniull nuggets of pnre gold, nnd when
hu fonud a victim would lot him chip
off a nugget nud take it to n jeweler
for assay. Tho jeweler would always
announoe that the sample was pure
Waddell Was very successful with
his "gold brick" swiudle und never
niado less than $3,600 on a singln sale.
Ho would tell a story about having re?
ceived the brick from somebody who
had -toIs ii it- from tho mint or burglars
who had bad the spoils of a robbery
melted down, and bis victims invaria?
bly took the'bait
llo amassed considerable money, and
at tho time of his aiurd-'r was believed
to be a prosperous jl)ueri<-nn business
man. who was resting from his labrrs.
JJti had $35,000 in cash in his i.
sion at the time ho was shot. ? New
It will Ho Long -.. ;??!?.. u White Bouse
Olerk Will Be Uaolvil'Again.
I Onoei in awhilo President Cleveland
gets by Mr. Thurber and invades thf
room occupied by the subordinate clerks
iu the White Honen, un oue of these
occasions recently ho wont and stood
looking down at thu work which one of
tho clerk.-, was doing Thu inuu at work
never looked up. Ho thought it was one
of thu other clerks who occasionally
bothcicd him. "What the devil dp you
?rant?" be naked.
There was no response. '1 ho other
clerks gasped for breath. A deathlike
stillnese) prevailed, aud tho working
clerk looked up to meet a siuilo ou the
countenance of the president. Iu time
mi eiplanation followed, but it will bo
ti long time before tbnf White House
olerk will usk a like Question until hu is
dead sure of the man hu is talking to.
CAUGHT ON THE WING.
A Huicanl Kplttvd ou u. Loeumollve of a
Train In North Carolina.
When the Seaboard Air lite- train
ran into the Union station at Kali igh u
fow days* ago, it brought an unwilling
and dying feathered passenger. It was
a hu/pi buzzard.
Engineer Nowell said that sot :i after :
leaving the tow n of Apuz, 15 miles from
thoru, ho was running 50 miles per
hour Heaawa buzzard flying very low
toward and across tho truck. In a
twinkling he saw n fluttering i I y il on
one of the brass rod* Which extends the
Whole length of tho boiler. Tho bird
bad been struck by this rod and was
pierced through and hung impaled
When tho train OOme to a standstill,
the buzzard foil off and gasped Its last
in tho presence ->f a uumln-r of people.
? Washington Star,
The Caaiimiifu Affnit* Thenn,
Mr. Bertram Currie, the leading
hunker of Londpa, called a mooting of
gold roonometallists thu other day for
tho |iCrpOf)u of rmsing funds>far tho
American 'campaign.?Atlanta Consti?
"X Mean '?rlcu7
"That Bagley isachump."
"He paid ino ten he owed mo right be?
fore my tailor."?Lifo,
Bis Made from Fine Ripe Old Sim Cured Tobacco.
Sun Cured Leaf,grown in the counties around Richmond,
Va., makes the choicest, sweetest, most 1:is.t i 111^- chew on earth.
H?SE&BY IS IK Ffifllil THIS?GHEW HQSE8I
?T. C. WILLIAMS CO.,.
Sold in Any Quantity.
Try a Sample Order.
Phone IVo, LOUT
Albkrknk, V-, . November 30, is<'.?.'. ?
In hopes thai .t may cm u- , ? some 2
dyapeplic, I ?? ml you the following re- X
i, i ort ut in> ,'?11 after lining t < lie.-- ?4
> tr.,|i ii o tor tii ? oi- month*: illy trouble $
> N rw u- I?vhi?.? j.ki i. ?.?? rm iieJ b?
> malarial fever and the otieimvi uh ul ?
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This Wonderful Instru?
ment Can he Tried for
Tour rionths for
1 OK ILK ..S AND CIKi fJLAltS,
PAUL PRATT, Agt.,1
np2t-we ltlCtlMONO, VA.
BURRQWE S WIRE SCREENS
If you own .1 goo.l beute provid? it with
our Wire Win.low and t>ou Kcreen an I
you will >.ne uioi? than thaii ooai 111 .1
aluglo yoar h.t ktepiug tl 11? tiom disfigur*
iug lb. interior of houie.it? deo ratioua
n.ii uxturBB, .imi by Holding ruusiuitoea
aud uihui m-f.-i 1 u-tri at a distance, mid n
preventing motu? trom ruiuiua, rnrpola,
L-lot inj. drapery, upholstery aud be niiu^.
Sen I ineaiurouicnts tor pti.is to the
N01 :olk Ap.enc .
COOKE, CLARK & CO.
im and shest \m mwx
>. K. Unix,!.-, foreman :m Iwentj ye.tr.? in Iba
ii mo Howard asOdtti'bal, baa opreed taislnesa
for bluitt-ll No 10 Main ?Ire*t. lie 1- |.iei^r-d ...
.10 nil -rork in the TIN sod?riEin lid.N 1 n?lne?*,
K ofing, Unitarian aud S oiiling. Repair aa -.1
Itiua a, Puruacaa aod Latiobe Bspeelalty. 0 d m
aol tit 1 . Bb'.'i
Jnat f.rrirrd. a large and -.omplete Btock
of aprlng j-ooda in Tan and lilack for l.ailiea
aim ?eu?cuti 11 a markod down prices at
M. J. MADDEN,
306 CHURCH 51REE1, NEARLY OPPOSHE WOOD SIREEL
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER, J. N. JONES,
U "; 1 I? K ISO A XIJ IIESIDBNi K 17a CUMBERLAND STREB IV
All order* ft uptl) attetd d t".
decorated DINNER sets This Week"?iTly,
..... ,?.,,, wuauHMtsr* JOHNSTON china co?
^. Jacobs & bro, lir?/.^^.r^.r*-' (ro,,ri,oe"
>*i Norfolk "O all kluili *?i iiertoniil pio|>ofijr at -a low rata o
wuimnnioatloiifl will bt proMptly uti? n i? 1 10,
AHR Aim is to PLEASE all. .^^l^r^lS
Vf .1 i.>' 1 I ?? new pulverlfdng ninohliic.apiolallj i Lti -?? ileairlnu ?ofl'-e grouud
?erv lie . Polite uVrksund pruaipt attention given everyouc. QREA'I ATLAKTIO AND PACI?
FIC TEA ? OMPANY, If M .in H net.
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK1
Atnino Sugar Corn, So p>r ran. I Aprical*, two rani for?V. .
Freuen Pram t, ftiur piniudi .or .'So. j Elgin Creamery Butti r. !T>c per nooud.
I n n. Ii Bardiii? *, IOo per i*u ' i wo Cm, daliaou loi
?Phone 209. CH AS. A. MORRIS, cor. Church & Holt St.
SPARKLING CH?MP?GME CID ER T
A HEALTHY DRINK FOR WINTER OR SUMMER. Mads of Pure Fruits.
Keep* any leugt? of time. A delicious drink, Sold in uuiu m bv hottlo. All Qr*t?
rluti grocers Uoop it, om of town order* will rocoive proraut attention.
ChAS. H. PLUMMER, Prop'r,
Works Corner Aiouuu 15 and Chur.'h Street.
IOO SPRING LAFVIBS.
Purohaied on pasture. The} mo -onu thiiig really cboieo, nnd will be served to the
j. s. bill, jr.. 8 co., Queen cm ctiurcnsirem.
Telepboue il i?. Goods delivered l roc. Also Prime IJeof, Veal. Snuaage, Lard, Bacon, ota
THE COLUMBIASTOVE COMPANY.
We bsvo n roll line of I'nylor'i I'ntenl Koniovablo Provision Chamber Refrigerators,
CALL ANl' EXAMINE OUltSTOCK ISEEDltE POKCfJASINO.
THE COLUMBIA STOVE COMPANY, HQ Bank Street,
E. H. ODEN HAL, Manager.
FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES,
LATEST STYLUS, MATTINC.S, ATIGAND RANGES,
liEAl urn. Mil's. POllTlEHE?. etc. SUMMER STOVES.
At tli? Very Lowest KigureSi for Cash or luUa.bnuut. Take vour choice.
?iTi and 374) ? liurcU itTUSS,
Fv1/AF?KE:'Til\JO TO-DAY !
C9TD0 yon want sotnnthlug mco in tho way of marketing to-day? A uios
Smithfieki Ham, Fine Beef or Fine Groceries I
If so, see what wo Bavo. Cash talks und w? ?oli low. 8. J. WKITBHOKST, Agent,
s B. corner Chun-h ami Charlotte streets.
fresh fish i OYSTERS, FISH and GAME";
fresh l" 1 s I 1 I Fine Snail and other Fish iu great variety.
fresh FISH i- ^cta" at 31, 32 and 33 City Fish Market.
CDCCU tJICM i T. A. BULLOCK, Agent,
rKcStl 1* lr>l 1 ? ai.rrr ami tvhoieaale Dealer,
I7UCCU i i ? ? a I ,,i...ic I 4 and 8 Campbell'* WharC
IKC3I1 1 1 O la J vt.ru ia ' i Coiner of \va?liington and Brewer streets,
Ea st iVTaTn M ? rRet,
EAST MAIN STREET.
Received to-dav large quantities ol Princess Anna Poultry ef all kinds. A
full supply .,i liest select* .1 Vegetables; also Fruits, I how-Chow, Vi. ales. etc. Choice
i nliforuia Peaches and Pine Apple, ?r whatever else you may want to --'ipply your
H. SCHLOSS. Proprietor.
fljjfl GOLD FILLED WHICH tfJIH WITH fLGIH OR ULTIMI ?fOVEWEKf ti||(J
l])|IJ Guaranteed l])|U Fifteen Years.
i. BENNETT, Diamond b,om ana Jeweler, no. no GUurcti St.
Liberal advances made on all kinds of Jewelry, and all
transactions strictly confidential.
RUPTURE OF 1UEN. WORIEN RND CHIL?REH
Permanently Cured in Thirty Days.
No Knife. No Pain. No Honey Until Cured*
Atlantic Hotel, Every Wednesday from io A. M. to i P. M.,
Beginning February 6, 1895.
_?oefolkjiuwurb core cqhpaht,
IllC.ltr.ST AWARDS AT
Pure Beer bravfe,) t-^-dLay,
Mottled expressly for fViili**.
Pabst Milwaukee Beer.
moNE. so?. 7?. BETTZ'S ALE ID POUTER ??ni
J. El. FULFORD, Sole Ago rut.
1 ??V-bpecial DellTerT for Private Familie*,