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THE EVENT OF THE DAY
Prominent Railroad Men Present al the
Meeting of the Commission.
SOLDIERS WANT OVERCOATS FOR CUBA
Sc?- Hiitiroml riinrtercU? Forestry
Meeting ro He ilcIU nt X?wl>cmo
lleport* of ltiillUIng and l.uiiu As
NOCliiMoiis?llntliagu by Fores!
l"lrt>s Very Heavy.
Raleigh, X. C, Feb. 17.?(Special.)?
Tin* event to-day was the nieeiliig <>f
the lalhvay a imnisrlon. There was a
?notable gathering <?:" railway men and
attorneys. Andrews, Turk, Culp, Miin
sbii, Charles Price and Busbee, >>f tie
Southern; St. .lohn, Met;. - . Clover a ad
Watts, of tiie S aboard Air Lim : Bill >tt
and Emerson, of th i Atlantic Gd'Ai
Line; Hancock and Hill, of tlie Atlantic
and North Carolina; Mhigea. of tho
Norfolk and Wrote!h; P. I'. Jones and
Guthrie, of tiie Charlotte and Durham;
Ery and Kyle, of the Cape Fear and
Yadkln Valley. Among the oilier wit?
nesses w.re.I. w. Wilson ind .1. 1'. Mas?
senburg, of Header.-.HI.
Commissioners Caldw li and Pears'
discharged all witnesses C mmlssiouer|
Abbott had summoned ana then re?
fused to adept his motion tliail Instant? r
Summons be Issued fur til. as.
Senator Hani I made argument for the
Hell Telephon - et tup my that tiie com?
mission has no power ito tlx rentals.
A committee of railway olllcials and
fertilizer manufacturers is preparing |
an acceptable freighl rate t > he su..
mittid to the e-.tn.-ni-.-' ii to-hi?rroWi
V-lce'I'p.'sldem; St. John testified that he
had issued 15,000 passes last y ar.
Charles .). Parker resigns as secretary
of the North Carolina Teachers' Ass< in
?biy, and it is thought ilia) W. T. Whit
set t win sticcei d him.
The damage by forest IIres is - yen
greater than was expected. There were
fires in nyei a .lot:, a counties Tuesday.
6o far no loss of life is reported, but
there wns considerable iosii of firm
buildings. The towns of f'liiehurst an I
Soii'thcrn Pinea had narrow escapes!
The state to-diy chartered the L.
Richardson Drug Company of Orecns
bore; e ipltni $10,000i
A; th- AdJutaht*Qenerai'i3 olllco to?
day there was a good de il of laughing,
A company commander sm\ in a requi?
sition for overcoats from the rirs rial so
his company would he ready : i move to
Cuba at once. One or the tifllcials re?
turned the requisition with th ? sugges?
tion that only the llghti it gaimonts can
be worn in Cuba, and suggesting thai
nightshirts be requisitioned for as par?
ticularly suit ible,
Lust year 'thirty-four building and
loan associations made rei?ort? to the
State Auditor. So far this year nine
have irent In reports arid thp Prudential
of c.barrt;? leads, with loans aggre?
Wheeler Martin very promptly ac?
cepted the appointment as solicitor cil
the Second district.
Tlie damage by Tuesday's storm hem
amounted lo only about $r>0, ?lue to th.
fall qf a chimney, wh'leh broke tit ugh
Partners pay rain is needed. Th<
ground Is remarkably dry for this s a
eon of year,
A suit is brought here lo dissolve
mar: l ige of Walter I.e.-. aged 17.
Harriett county, and Miss P'lining,
An eiYor. is b lug made to .-? cure
the state Library every book tola ting
to North Carolina. The present col!
tiori K- far front complete.
Uuff. Hendeisan, the Republican who
got $300 for withdrawing from the can?
didacy for S ite Auditor In favor of
11. w. Ay. r I?. now preparing hlm?elf ?
f ir a $2,000 governmen t position by
sobering up. He says he It.;.- been in?
dulging fir too freely i:i e ? n whiskey.
Ii. I-'. Park, for ye r; well known in
the planing mill busiti. ss here, !?? dan?
gerously ill al his residi nee In Raieigh.
w. A. Guthrie, Populist nominee for
governor. In 1896, !? her. , und says he
will aid in re-eiec;ing Cons 'man W.
W. Kitchen, ?.f the Fifth district. H
declares Kitchen is more popular ih n
ever, and thai lie will be elected by a
Tiie b. ar I of governors of the South?
ern Cotton Spinners' Association is
called to meet a; Cluilot'te February
22. to consider matters of vital Interest.
Superintendent Mcwborne of the pc
i. ri'.iry siys tin State will work the
Castle Hayne phosphate mine for
hew owners; that ? will rent ibout COO
acres of the Castle Itaync f irm, put tint
half in peanut* .m.l ihe remainder In
corn. He says it is expected |o make
l2.o:.'i) bushels of rice in the three Hire
firm.-- leaded. He regards rice .is a far
irtitre prolLinble crop thin cotton or
eorti. The State now lias under lease
Kevin ia nt.--. containing over 16.000
TRIED AND PROVEN.
Africana is not a new
and untried remedy bid a
medicine ol genuine mer?
it that is coming more and
more to the Iron! on ac?
count ol its wonderful
cures. Almost every day
you read in the newspa?
pers of what it has done
for the relief of suffering
Thai ' direful disease
impure blood is driven
out ol" the system by the
use ol Africana, and
Other terrible blood dis?
orders are cured perma?
nently?Ask your drug?
gists for it or write to
Africana Co., Atlanta
acre?, nnd on these will employ S00 c?h
vlpis nnd 101) horses and mules. The
crop of cotton licit year is found to have
been ii.'JOO bales, ami that of corn 77,000
State Geologist Holmes Informs me
that during the Newberrie fair there
will bo a forestry meeting, at which the
condition of the lumber industry of the
eastern pur; of North Carolina and easi
ernVVirginia and the condition of the
pTirc" lands of the coast region will form
the chief subjects or consideration.
While a definite programme has not yet
been completed, fanne id" the topics upon
which short pipers will he read are, a
preliminary re-pott on' the rate of re
growth of the North Carolina pine on
lumbered lands, and methods used for
preventing and extinguishing forest
tire? in Uli r States. Other talks will be
given by prominent lumbermen and
limber land owners upon various prob?
lems conheutcd with the eastern pine
foreists. The meeting will be at New
bcrne on the night of March 1st. and
will consider only practical problems of
lnt< tv-t to saw-mill men and land own
Tiie Raleigh and Cap Fear railway
was organized here to-day with Ji'oa.noo
paid-up capital, .lohn A. Mills was
elected prtesldent, I'. T. Kicks secretary
and treasurer It waa decided to begin
construction here next week. The line
will run from Ualelgh nearly directly
Q3U hward to Dilllngton. Work will
begin at Caralelgh Mills, two miles
frorii In re. ; , which tiie Southern rail?
way h is a bra licit,
Sinrtllng action was it3ken here to?
day by th,. board of internal improve?
ment-, of which Governor Russet 1 is
pros! and .1. C. L. Harris and C. A.
Cook uro members. It removed Robert
Hancock, as a director of the Atlantic
and North Carolina railway, the order
to take effect February 22. Hancock
iva? notified this? evening and the direct?
ors of Iiis road were also notified.
The Cove; nor says in hit, letter to the
"M would s< :n that the removal of
Hancock a^ director will operate as a
removal from his olllcc as president.
But if you concur in the action of the
board of Internal improvements It may
be well for you to pass an order of you
board dismissing Hancock as presi?
This action grows out "i" 'the horrible
chnrgcti mule against Hancock by two
of his wlfe'is ncices, the Misses Abbott.
Herl ford, N. C, Fcfb. 17.?(Special.)?
a very (lilC social event took place here
yesterday morning In the fonhi of a
marriage. The marriage took place trt
the Baptist church yesl rday morning
at 11:30 o'clock. 'Mr. I avid B. Ga?r
kins, fornierly of this plao?, led to the
hymeneal altar, M as Kmina 'Prottr.au.
one' t Hertford's fair daughters. The
church was beautifully decorated by
the many friends ?-f the bride and
groom. a: lUie appointed time Iffee
bridal party marclied to the altar to
the wedding march play d by Mrs. S.
w. Newman. The Rev. .1. P. Spenoc
performed the ceremony nss>!sted by
tihe Kev. Joslah Elliott. After'ithe cer
omony Hie party left for Hi Norf dk
and Southern railroad depot, whore
they took tiho sowthb?und train for a
The It' v. .1. P. Spence wHI preach a
Bcrmon to the children of the li ivn next
?Sunday night; Mis subject will be a
"Rwanhi of B es." lie desires u'.l of
the children to attend.
Tiie Acadi my will have Washington's
birthday exercises next Tuesday.
Eliza hi th City, N. C, Feb. 17.?(Spo
cial.)?There was a very enjoyoible g tr
Inan at th Albenvaiilo House .bust
nigh!, a good Ettling band furnished
A festival was held at the City Hall
lasl rilghl for tiie benefit of the A Hier?
in trie Fire company; The feast was
preceded by a concert, the music of
which aas only surpassed by ifhe re
fiv shments s rved afterwards.
There will be a Oha racier party at the
rcsldi nee of Mis. Joseph iPritchard on
Tu sday night next for the benefit of
the Bapli?il church organ fund.
Til-, reeling her regarding the de
srtruotlon of the Maine was very streng
yesterday, and little else was talked
of. Although it now appears accidental,
the average citizen is not tlr roughly
eonvinc d that it was not the work of
It is probableithat the Rev Dr. Btnck
well will have a huge crowd to hear
liitii lecture on "Orators and Oratory"
a; th,. churl house to-mori'.-w evening.
Th.- DOotor is very popular here.
Ed nt. n. N. C, Fib. 17.--iSp .ial)
Mr. Jasper Bishop, the bookkeeper at
Hi Brannihg Manufacturing company's
? i 'i ? I? 'in .Hie sick list this week.
Mr. Chi,in is attending ito'.hls duties;
Mr. A. t. Bishop went down to E'Hza
in lb City this n.. ruing on business.
A local b ilge of Hi'- Jr. (). I". A. M.
was organized last night -with "h mem?
bership of thii ty.
A subscription for the relief or Mr.
ThOlhas llarroll, of Rocky Hock, win
Iris-i night lost-his'house ami ftirnlturij
liy lir.'. is bdng taken up here this
Our pound n t fishermen report that
tlu ir u.-ts wore Injured considerably by
I hi- reci wt wind storm.
Ai'-^s Maggie Skinner and Annie
Hughes.and Messrs. Will and Raymond
Barrow, : Hertford, iwiire in Edenton
yesterday for d short while.
V.MOXfi OHR COTTON MEN.
Colder and cl ar weather in the col
Estimated Now Orleans receipts for
to-dn.v ar.. 4.500 tu 6,600 bales, against
3.813 last y.-ar. and 6,167 in 1S!?6,
Ear silv.r in Bond-on declined 1-lfid
per ounce?2S 13-lCd, against 2'.ia-d las:
Future contract market in Liverpool
closed steady, declining partially y.
point. Spot market unchanged. Sales.
Re.eip s at Bombay, India for Ihe
week are 59.000 bales, against (57.000
United SUM in p?bln received! 34,803
boles, against 12,675 bales last year und
12,931 In 1895
Future contracl market in New York
advanced 2 points, closing srte'ady.
March 5.9" to ?.'.iS; May. 6.04 to 0.05:
Angin-:. ?1.11 to 6.15. Salcd 117.000 bales.
N.-w Orloansi futu:?i contracts ad?
vanced l point. March, 5.53.
Cm licit Fun? IHhchsmc<1-Agrociiieiil
Hentrbcll to lkiM|t>OM? ul Hie Matter
on ll?o itSlh iiiNt.'iiii?iSoiiN? l?cr
brite ?11 Uuukriiploy Ulli Drags
Washington, Feto. 17, lS'JS.
After a spirited debate occupying
more than itwu hours the Senate to-day
?by a vote of 31 to 29 ugrecd to ihe reso?
lution of :Mr. Tiirplc (Indiana) declar?
ing the Senate's Opposition to the coh
flrma'tibn of Hi - stile > >f ilhe Kansas Pa?
cific railroad. Tt -.v.is developed toy 1l?o j
discussion that the.Government would
receive Crom the sale of the Union and
Kansas Pacific railroads something
more than $05,000,000, M per e.r.t. of tho
entire; llidobt diu-ss of 'the i* ads to the |
United States, the basis of settlemewt
'heilig about 520.000.000 'better for the
Govertvmen't than thai: proposed by the i
Ci veland administration.
The resolution is as follows: i
It.solved, as the opinion I P the Son
ate, that the sale of the Kansas Pa?
cific division of itfoc Pacific railroad
made to-day. ought'not lo the continued,
except upon the terms thai the original
dlainis and the bit r> si thereon due t^ ?
the United Slat s from said railroad
company of the Kansas 'Pacific division
be paid ill full by the bidders.
Tiie only reference tehus far made to
the disaster no the battleship .Maine
was made in the form of th" following
resolution, inttioduoed by |Mr. Allen,
"Resolved, That the Committee on
Naval Affairs be directed to make an' I
I in mediate and Lhorougli investigation
Jirto tlie cause of the disaster to the
battleship Maine in th ? harbor of Ha?
vana i ii rite l?th instant, and report
to the Senate.''
(Mr. Hal ' (.Maine) chairman of the
Na vail Affairs Committee, said Ik had
no Objections to the reference of the
resolution to .his connmltt^e. but he did
not deem it desiratble for the o'ntmi:
tec n'.'.v to proceed with an Investiga?
tion of the melancholy affair in Ha?
vana hanbor. Tit" executive depart
in tit of title Governm nt vvns even now
engaged :?)! mnklng aji investigation or
th? disaster. Ulie Secretary of the
Navy wins engaged in tlie work and
was employing nil the in '.'ins in his
power to ascertain the truith. If the
matter were taken up by the Naval
Affair? Cohmilib ?, Mr. Hale said, the
best t'he coitKiiltl' e could do would he
to act through the Navy Department,
lie Vtis sal Is lied that as soon as the
Secretary of the Navy obtained defi?
nite Information concerning the explo?
sion ami its details it,- would communi?
cate? the 'facts to Congress.
Mr. Alien objected lo having the reso?
lution sent to the Committee en Naval
Affairs. "W,. of ns," .-mid he. "who ate
not membcis of the Naval Affairs Com?
mittee or of the For. Ign Relations Com?
mittee, cannot get Information from the
Department a1.t these things. We are
Shiit out is completely :,s if we were
private citizens. I think I ought lo get
my information and I am deeply In?
terested hi this matter, through the
Committee on Nltyal Affairs of this
Senate. 1 do not care to debate this
matter or indulge in any extended dis?
cussion of i;. What I w.ini is action
by the committee that will give us in?
Mr. Chandler (of New Hampshire) ob?
jected to the resolution, und it wen:
over until to-morrow.
After til.- disposition or the resolution
the Corbet I ease was dlsciiFsed by Mr.
Pettus (of Alabama) and Mr. lion- (of
Massachusetts), an agreement having
ftrfll i.n reached to take a final vote
upon the case on Monday. February 2S.
The Senate ;.t 1:10 p. m. went into ex?
ecutive BesHloh, and live minutes after?
The debate on the bankruptcy bill
dragged :?.! mg listlessly in the House
to-day. l!i!'-.<?st in it being overshad?
owed, as on yesterday, by the Maine
disaster. The speeches on the lioor at?
tracted almost no attention, and were
delivered, in most Instances, to a hand?
ful of members.
Tiie speak, i appointed Messrs. Hem
enwny (Rep., of Indiana), Pitney (Rep.,
of New .1.?:.->,>>). and MuRae (Dem;, of
Arkansas), conferees on the fortifica?
tion.*! approprln'tl in bill.
In Hi. course .?! the debate Mr. Mad
tlox (H iii., of Georgia) took occasion
io reply to n speech made by Mr. Lair
?Iis (Rep., of Indiana) '.as: week before
the Middlesex Club, of Boston. He de?
nounced Mr. Landl.V r. reten:.; to thv
South and her people as slanderous and
said thai a man who would indulge in
such niitepresehtntlon ni a public din
ii. r was un worthy of a place on the floor
of tlie House.
At &:6? p. m. tlie House' took a recess
until n ojclock P-tr grow._
if I im Mother lasts through al logos; with
what care, therefore should tho Kx ped?
ant Mothor bo guarded.
bCeMW'^i easy, assists nature,
leaves her stronger
niter than before ton
^SjPWBK finoment. It robs the
^vHy'IVw? hour of itstorrpr. Noox
WrXr X^MX^^^^ mother ohould
W /THl?^difjwAneglect its uso.
I "A customor whoso wife used 'Mother's
Friend1 nays if hIic had to go through
' the ordeal again and thore wero but four
i bottles to lie obtained, and lin y coat
i $100.00, he would havo tlicin.
GEO. LAYTONi Day! on, Ohio,
nt l.v M.m ...i i- ,-i?i ,.f 1'ii, c f, .,', ri n BOTVI.B.
Ii....k"lo i \t: I'ANT MOTIIURS" mallcil Free.
?fiiQRAonri.n n?oiJL^Ton CO., atlthya, qa.
nmii nv Me. noir.r.i^TC.
Yhc Pecfumo of Victors
I Tlie parity ?.f tho luv, tho friov." of thoroso,
I and ltin Hush of Jlo'io combine, in "
"Tcrrallno for Consumption." f
the Liie of
Lady Who WasD ying.
September 14, i897.
, My experience with Terraline has
been very satisfactory indeed. In one
case it saved the life of*a lady who
was dying'from a very bad case of pul?
monary disease. Her recovery was
R. M. HUNTINGTON, ML, D.
TERRALINE has given new life to many a poor being wasting away with
consumption, many a delicate growing chiid. TERRALINE wards off cotiehs
and colds, and cures the earlier stages of consumotion. It is oleasant to take?has
nothing of the disgusting and nauseating features of Cod Liver Oil, but possesses
all of its curative qualities, Children like it. TERRALINE is not a patent
Write for 'Physicians' Testimony." Free.
Of Druggists in Ihe Li. S. arid Europe. The Tcrraitne Co., Washington, D. C.
Durang's Rheumatic Remedy.
While In Washington city time time! since, and at the time a great sufferer
from Rheumatism, on the recommendation of Richard Q. Bpoftard, and others, I
used Durang's Rheumatic Remedy. I purchased three hottlcs, and am happy to
say the second bottle cured ine. 1 have not written tills as it testimonial, but
will gladly furnish you one If you desire It. 1 refer you to Colonel PlercO of
your city, who will vouch for the above.
Yours truly, Ma). john W. MA hon,
ig School St., Ltoston, Mass.
KoHl !m nil Druggist*- 7?cm.
Should be considered only, in conjunction with
quality. There are cheaper kinds of coal than ours.
There are none better, but many worse at the same
price as ours.
STEAM COAL, GRATE COAL,
TOA1S CREEK AND CANNEL
?MTHB?CITE COAL, All Sizes.
FURNACE, FOUNDRY AND DOMESTIC COKE.
Toms Creek Coal and Coke Co., Trigg & Wilmer Agents.
Phones?347 (new); S32 (oJJi
Phones?3IS (new); 348 (old).
f..", Ci It anhy btreet.
15 n1v1son street.
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. -SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE
DOMESTIC OH BAMMEE COAL
The fltiest gruli foal in the world. ANTHRACITE COAL, of the best quali?
ties and of all sizes. Place your orders at once with
no. Iii nivison street.
no. 211 ( lay avenue.
old phone 79l
D. C. fflORTHlNGTON.
COAL AND WOOD !
nis srr.n von .sr.r, rs hei'due you chve yohu onnF.rts.
we will make a contract for your winter's supply at
pricks to suit the times.
CS, 3. BRIGG
main office?85 commerce 8t. yard-east end FALKLAND AND
charlott 19 streets.
A radical, positive and permanent cure
guaranteed in 5 days. Absolutely harmless.
No "tapering off" process ? No substitu*
lion method. KiXF?SS1"' *
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For Over l-ifcy Years
MRS. WIN SLOWS
hna been used for children while ter-lh- j
i:.C. it soothes (ho child. softens tlio '
KUins, allays all |?aln, cures wind colic,
regulates the stomach and bowels, and
is the befct remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty
f.ir? cents a bottle Sold hy ull druggist*
throughout the world.
?Established In tss-i.
Operates iho Edison System, furnishing
dlieet electric current for incandescent .
lamps, motors for manufacturing, electric
funs and other purposes. Current 112 und 1
221 v..Its. 13rush and American System for
are la mos.
Ocnoral offices No. 57! Main street, at I
Savings Dank of Norfolk: station and su?
perintendent's jftlco, si Cove utrueU
Keep m\ ooQf Rom Slamming
-p,Y USING? *
CORBIN'S LIQUID DOOR CHECK
THE DEST ON THE MARKET.
Rubber Weather Snips, all sizes
Brass Andirons and renders.
Portable, Club House, Half Low
and Monarch Grates.
Plants now ready for delivery.
The berry for this section, Mer?
ry growers, you cannot afford lo
In; without it. Tho lini'Hl early
Strawberry plant over offered in
tills section. In it you will llnd
a money maker.
Tested In Norfolk section threo
three years. Try It and yon will
like It. Per thousand plants,
12.60; lower in quantity. Send
for circular. Agent for Western
Branch District, J. ('.. Hiii
ClOOD Churchland, Va. Address
<!. S. REU} & Co.. Strawberry
Specialists, 115 Church street, for
plants on Norfolk side.
IN TUB M7 RKKT FOR LIME.
rOHTLAND OH AMERICAN
CEMENT, PLASTER. HAIR.
Cin.MNKY PIPE. FIRE BRICK.
LATH OR SHINGLES. BBH US
BEFORE YOU BUY. WE ARE
BOLE AOENTS FOR ACME
CEMENT PLASTER. NEW NO.
US WATER BTJIEET.
Mrs. A. J. Lawrence, of Reaver, Pa.,
says: "llraziliau Balm brought me out
of a severe attack of pneumonia in
splendid shape. Jt is a wonderful rem?
edy for coughs and lung troubles. Also,
lor outward use, for burns, cold-sores,
and chapped hands anil face, it cures
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- -^^}^L^Jl^Z![^Zy^ BAY,
H. C. Hoggard & Co., Auctioneers.
PURSUANT TO A DECRKB OP TITB
* Court of Law and Chancery, of the
City of Norfolk, entered on the 4th day of
February, is<JS, ln the consolidated chan?
cery causes of Marsh vs. Wilkinson ot
als., and Ryan et als. vs. R. M. Wilkin?
son, admr., ct alu., we ahull seli by pub?
lic auction on 1 f
THURSDAY. THE 24TH DAY OP FBB.
RUARY, 1898. AT 12 M.,
V. "Sfii'^S1*. Estatc and Stock Exchnngo,
S.?;^i.Ma,n 3l?^et. Norfolk, Va., thoso
t1a5RBt^?SRXain BRICK H?USES
AND LOTS ON CHAPEL STREET,
numbered acordlng to the old street num?
bers ns C4, CO and 68, the present numbers
being t>S, 92 and 34, and described as fol?
(1.) No. S8 fronts 81.15 ft. on Chanel
street and extends hack 81.4 ft. with a
width in the roar of 19.43 ft., with tho
right of user, in common, of a lune 2.95
ft. between this property und No. 02.
(2.) No. 92 fronts 18.17 ft. on Chanel
street and extends back about 03 ft., with
a width in the rcur of 20.5 ft., with the
right of user, Iii common, of said lane 2.95
It. between this property und No. 8S.
(3.) No. 91 fronts 17.99 ft. on Chanel
street and extends hack about 93 ft., with
a width In the rear of 1S.35 ft. Tho lane
lying to the north of this property will b?
used in common with No. 90.
The houses No. 91 and 9? are built to?
gether, and the wall between the two Is
to bo considered and treated as a party
TERMS?One-third cash, tho balance in
two equal Instalments, payable at six und
twelve months from date, with Interest
from day of sale, the deferred payments
to he evidenced by notes of the purchaser,
with leave to anticipate the Payments
before maturity, or all cash, at the option
of purchaser, and the title to be retained
until tho further order or the court.
A plat of tho property can be seen at
the auctioneers' ofilce.
EDMUND S. RUFF1N,
J. M. KEELING.
I hereby certify that the bond requlredl
of the Sivcial Commissioners under tho|
foregoing decree, has been executed.
JUN1US A. COLEMAN,
fel7-tds Deputy Clerk.
SO CONVENIENT THAT
A CHILD CAN OPERATE IT.
G gallons of Cum
Vorlaad Mihla Wa?
ter, pure, clear,
sparkling. We sup
fily here patent tllt
out chnrge to our
ft patrons. Wo con?
sider your conven?
ience as well as your
pocket. Please usk
us for the prlco on 5
Virginia Litttia Water Co.,
21 HANK STREET.
NEW PHOS K ?7tt.
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R. & G, Corsets.
Ferris Safety Buckle.
Corsets Fitted if Requested |
o LUnGIIUDI g II
34 Granby Street, Columbia
Hive us your orders for Meats and In I
turn we will deliver It for you free of j
charge and give you the
FINEST BEEF, MILK VEAL, SPRING I
1 AMR, PORK, HARD. SAUSAGES,
ETC.. ON EARTH.
J, S. BELL Jr., & CO
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
QUEEN AND CHURCH STREETS.
PHONES 63G AND 1010.
a, Norfolk ami Pomipty
* Directory, 1898....
Tho work on this Directory ia tJirtcr
way and will l>o pushed speedily and suc?
cessfully to completion, and book Issued
in good lime by home people.
Do not bp deceived by any statements
made to the contrary. I have Issued tho
Directory during the past 25 years and
built It up to what It Is, and propose to
continue its publication.
j?i>7-tf .T. II. CHATAIGNE.
Irwiii's Express Coipftny,
NO. 21S WATER STREET.
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
OUTFIT IN THE CITY FOR HAULING
ANYTHING. YOUR WORK SOLICPa*
ED. WORE HORSES FOR HIRE.