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A Democratic General Assem?
bly Convened To-Day.
NOMINEES OF THE CAUCUS
TIio J'coplo Kcjolco Hint ibe l.ntv
aiitkluc 1* >oi? In Nate Hunds ?
i'onjiilcr Ol aVtret ItnptUt C'UurOll
Deail-Ffnitlcan Soar els ror nn An
? attain ? Aisnoylug Kntnor Hut nt
Raleigh, N. C-, Jan. 4.?The General
Assembly Is aguln In -session. Unlike
the lust, the present body Is strongly
Democratic and will legislate to secure
the greatest good, to the greatest num?
ber. It may bo depended upon to effec?
tually provide against the possibility
of the State ever again returning to
negro rule. .
Both the Senate and House held a
caucus and nominated officers, who
were to-day elected and inducted into
office as follows:
For Principal Clerk?C. C. Daniels, of
For Engrossing Clerk?F. A. Cllnard,
For Beading Clerk?Hon. Walter
Murphy, of Salisbury.
For Sergeant-at-Arms?J. B. Smith,
of Cumberland. Mr. Smith received 35
The asslstunt doorkeeper had not
been chosen at midnight.
The following assistant clerks to the
principal clerk were selected:
A. J. .Maxwell, of Columbus, first as?
M L. ShLpman, of Henderson county,
and W. A. Campbell, of Jonesboro, as?
The House caucus selected Judge
Henry (.!. Connor, of Wilson, for
Speaker. There was u lively struggle
for the honor, but ho led his competi?
tors, Messrs. Dee S. Overman and
There was fear nt the meeting of both
the fusion legislatures. This fear con?
tinued until the very hour if their ad?
journment. No one knew what they
would do. Now the people are pleased
to see such a Legislature as the one
of 1899 assemble. They look forward
with uleusuro to the session.
AO ED CITIZEN DEAD.
Mr. Charles J. Nelson, the oldest citi?
zen of Ooldsboro, died Monday night,
aged X4. He was the founder of the
First Baptist Church there. For fifty
two years he had voted the Demo?
The Hallway Commission meets on
the 10th instant. At that Lime John
Graham, president of the State Farm?
ers' Alliance, will go before the com?
mission and ask it to reduce the ton?
nage for a minimum carload of com?
mercial fertilizers from fifteen to ten
SEARCHING FOR AN ASSASSIN.
Despite all tho efforts of the Sheriff
and the Coroner, not the slightest, clue
hus yet been found as to the man who
assassinated the negro Lucas in this
county last week. The Sheriff says he
never knew a more mysterious murder.
Persons from Johnston county bring
news that young Wlnfrcc, whose throat
wus cut by the negro Tom Smith, who
is In jail here, is to-day entirely out
RUMOR SET AT REST.
All the rumors that tho Southern
railway is at all Interested in the pur?
chase or control of the Cape Fear and
Yudkln Valley railway were set at rest
to-duy by this declaration, by one of
the highest Southern railway officials:
"The road was bought entirely by the
Atlantic Ooast Line. The Southern lias
noth .ig whatever to do with it."
Bono time ago a negro named Shep?
herd, who was employed in Tiro oflice t>r
the chief clerk of Revenue Collector
Duncan here, departed. H was said he
had been transferred to Washington, D.
C. It was an error- Ho is back in his
old place, having reappeared yesterday.
There came very near being a light at
the negro emancipation celebration,
growing out of the old quarrel be?
tween the Leak and Young factions.
As a result, no election of a president
for the present year was held. One of
the negro churches has taken the mat?
Mr. Brevard Nixon, of Charlotte, was
nominated for chief clerk of the House
The T}t)a*d of Public Grounds and
Buildings has very properly decided not
to sell the desk used by Vance, when
he was Governor, but have donated It
to the State Museum.
Governor Russell has appointed Mr.
J. Hal Bobbitt, of this city, a delegate
to the Pure Food and Drug Congress,
Enlargement of tho soft bone* of the
nose, thickening; and oloeration of the lin?
ing membrane, wltk its constant discount*
of unhealthy mucus and post breath,
tainted, hawking* expectorating, .noae
bleeding, headaches, partial lot* of sear*
lug, and noiies in the bead
Caused bj Poisoned Condition ef tho Blood.
y Cared bj Betanlo Blood Balm (B.B.B.) .
* 7/i? Great Bleed Remedy. '
Catarrh 1* da* to so Impart condition of the
blood, ?r.rtls one of tbs n innerem offspring of Blood
Jfotion. It m?T hart coma from a long way back In
the family history, reu the general opinion among
medical men It that Catarrh li tho offshoot of Toi
eoned Blood, produo'.ag bad breath and the above
naraed symptom*. The tact It admitted by all that
it It only carablt by coostuotlo**! treatment. Bo?
tanic Bleed Bain (B. B. B.) ha* scored tame brll>
llant Tictorlf? tn tha cure of thlt loathsome malady,
and why T Becanst B. B. B., whta Ukea at directed,
intxe* wllb tha poltont to the blood, which produce
C'atarrb, to at to cant* tht poise b to be expelled from
the blood through tha sweat glanda and excretory
organi. R. B. Saulter, Athena, Ororgla, wrote ut
not loaf age thtt tit wat anrprtted to obterra how
agreeable Ql* breath had become str.ee ntlng only
three bottle* of B. B. B. Ut w?s.?!io able to hear
belter, lira. Lai* Banks or Alabama wrote ut tkat
a friend of hers tlnce using tix bettlet of B. B. B.
that tht mncont discharge* which tha bad through the
mouth and note had stopped, and that tht was able
to breathe freely, a*d talk without offending any on*
with her had breath.
Batante Blood Bains (B. B. B.) 1* a tclenUOc vege?
table compound .ted by Dr. fllllam In hit pmat*
practice for blood diseases, tuch as Old Sores, .Scrof?
ula, noils. Blood Pcicon, Catarrh, elr. For tale by
all druggittt at ft per large bottle, tlx bottles, full
treatment, 8J. Book ot cures sent frte of charge.
?? ~ 7 BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Oa.
which meets In Washington on the 18th.
Mr. Klmer Long, son of Mr. Jacob
Long, of Alamance, was yesterday ap?
pointed to a clerkship at the peniten?
tiary. It is not yet known whose place
he will take.
ADDITION TO COTTON MILL?PER?
SONAL AND GENERAL.
Henderson, N.C., January 4.?Mrs. J.
W. Robards received a dispatch from
Reidsville Saturday, requesting her to
come at once to tee her husband, Cap?
tain Robards, of this town, who had
been sick for some days. Upon, her ar?
rival she found him much better than
she expected. He is now on the road
News wan received here that Mr. J.
B. Crudup, who resided near JClttrell,
died yesterday in Chicago, to which
city he had gone for treatment some
The new addition to the Henderson
cotton mills has been completed, nnd Is
now ready for machinery to bo placed
in position, which will require an ad?
ditional force of operatives.
Our townsman. Mr. W. W. Rcavis ar?
rived from Richmond a. few days ago
pretty badly bruised, with an arm and
leg nearly broken. While in the stock?
yard looking at the horses, one of the
animals jumped on him, knocking down
another man and himself.
Mrs. R. W. Wilson, sister of Mr. J. J.
Rridgers, residing about ten miles from
this place, died suddenly Tuesday. Mrs.
Wilson was in town one day last week,
making purchases, and seemed to be in
Edenton. N. C, Jan. 4.?Mr. B. F.
Stearn and family, who have been liv?
ing in our little city for the past four
years, have moved to Belhaven. We
regret to have them leave us.
The young ladies and gen?
tlemen that camo home from
school to spendz the holidays
with loved ones, have returned to
their respective places of learning.
Cason & Wooten have moved their
stock ot drugs, &c, from (he Rush
store, on King street, to the store re?
cently occupied by H. Deliooper, on
Messrs. A. A. Martin, of Norfolk;
Walter Carstoiphen. of New York, and
C. W. Loane, of Plymouth, are in town
Tho town councilmen met at the of?
fice of Mayor pro tern Rund last night.
STATE NKW1 NOT KM,
Jake Arey. a young man of Morgan
died Wednesday of last week from the
effects of burns received by falling In
the fire. Mr. Arey was a victim of epi?
lepsy, and while in a lit fell in the lire
at his home Tuesday.
A panel In the front door of tho
store of William Lorch, in Newborn
Was broken a few nights since, nnd an
entrance to the store effected. The mon?
ey drawer was robbed ot what was in
it, the amount being unknown. No clue
to the robber or robbers.
Charlotte had 113 deaths in December
?whites, 18; blacks, 15.
Mr. Thomas M. Pitlman has been
elected corresponding member ot the
Alabama Historical Society, in this
connection we may say that Mr. Pitt
man has perhaps the best private col?
lection of historical works in the
William E. Christian, Mrs. Stone
wall's son-in-law, has gone to Cuba.
He will represent several lending
Northern newspapers in Havana, and is
very much pleased with the prospect
of spending the winter In'the West In?
dies. He has been for sonic time one
of the Washington correspondents of
the New York Herald.
The safe at the Greensboro Roller
Mills was cr.ooked Sunday night, evi?
dently by expert "midnight mechan?
ics," who were poorly rewarded for
their efforts. Mr. W. A. Watson, the
proprietor, says there was less than t
in the safe. His greatest loss was a lot
of valuable papers, which were carried
Wnr Between Spiiln nnd Pr.nnco.
The Paris correspondent of a sensation
al newspaper has set the rumor afloat
that war Is possible between Spain and
France over a mailer concerning the cus?
tom duties levied by the former upon
goods manufactured by the latter. Buch
an outcome is hard to believe, hcc.ui-e
the two countries have been for yens on
unusually intimate terms. You cannot
tell what will happen between nations,
but you can tell what will happen when
a dyspeptic takes llostetter'a Stomach
Bittera His health will Improve. His
appetite will comer back. Ills mouth will
not taste hidly in the morning, lie will
not be subject to dizzy spells, and Ids
head will be char. His disposition Will
be more agreeable and bis billions lo.-k
will disappear. His blood will !>.? pur lied
and bis kidneys stimulated to perform
their work properly. All these things are
accomplished by the. Bitlcrs and many
thousands so testify.
A Dellglurul llmiNc Party.
Hicks Wharf, Va, Jan. 4.?The writer
has just returned from a moat delight?
ful trip to Hhjks Wharf, where a large
party of young people were most hos?
pitably entertained at the elegant homo
of Mr. John O, Davis. The party was
invited in honor of the twenty-first
Christinas of Dr. Edwin A. Davis,
youngest son of Mr. John G. Davis.
It Is quite useless for me to attempt
to enumerate the many pleasures of
this happy party. The time was fully
occupied with gunning, music, dancing,
riding. StC, with all the good things
Imaginable to refresh the inner man.
Oysters In every shape, old-fashioned
out-of-doors oyster roasts, &c.
On New Year's Eve the entire party
met at J. W. Richardson's, in Hamil?
ton, where nn elegant reception was
tendered them. A merrier Christinas
and happier New Year was never spent
in any place.
Mrs. C, I*. Huntington'?- Uli?.
(New York Herald.)
Through a gift from Mrs. Collis P.
Huntington a new girls' dormitory will
be built m connection with the Tuske
gee Normal and Industrial Institute, at
Tuskegee, Ala, Both Mr. and Mrs.
Huntington for many years have Laken
great Interest In the education of negro
young men and women, to which the
Tuskegee institute Is devoted. Mr. Hun?
tington has given more than $200,000 to
the cause during the last fifteen years,
most of It to the school at Hampton.'
Va. ' .
Booker T. Washington, founder and
manager of the Tuskegee institute, and
one of the best known colored men In
tho country, knows Mr. Huntington
well. He mentioned the need of a new
girls' dormitory to the millionaire, and
the result is the gift from Mrs. Hunt?
Str. Huntington pays the .plans for
the dormitory have been approved and
are now a* Tuskegee. The building will
cost about 510,000. v
CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY
II. I.. Practical Archi?
tect and Building Super?
intendent, office 234 Main
st.. over Kuslness Men's Association,
res.denee coiner Granby and 30th.
_^ATHTN GA NDJJHA VING._
Wo Want To?
CUD A Customer of ours. Hot
"IJ-n"Il and Cold Tub and Shower
? ? Baths, 86c. Under Monti
LOR8 MONT1CK,-,Uj SHAVING PAR
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
and Medicine. You can
get them from WAULACK
& MOOBE. Prescriptions
druggists, corner Granby and Charlotte
streets. Norfolk Va.
BOOTS. SHOES, &c.
45 Bank st. Ladles'
and gentlemen's line
footwear. Our double
top $2.60 boot the llnest In Norfolk. Rub?
bers and Rubber Boots.
for $1.60. The
in town. SI
New Market riace. Headquarters for
WILY ' Valises and Telescopes. A. S.
K. K. HONNKY. successor to
John T. Bonney, Retailer of
line Shoes. Trunks. Valises,
guarameed. 300 Church st.
Tlllnrhines to admjre
I WU-0 e" ^or men a"d
DOYLE ft SMALL
finest In Norfolk.
newest In footwear.
302 Main streeL
Trpnks. Valise l,
&c. Our $3.00 Shoe the
350 Main street.
_BUSINESS COLLEGES. _
DMClAICTCC Southern Shorthand
DUOllltoO ?'"' Business En'.
' verslty Tuition low.
Call or write for catalogue. Granby and
City Hall avenue. j. M KESSLER. Pres?
^FURN1TURE, CARPETS, &c.
nil 11 I inn This season's business
rnll ! IrS broken all previous
I V. Iec0rds. Good goods
and low prices tell the story. SAM. C.
PHILLIPS. 3J3 Church KtreeL_
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
make the best
made of pure fresh meats. Cholco I?ard.
Kresh Eggs and Butter. S. L. KNAPP,
Manager. 333 Church street.
PAUL S. H. LEE,
^PliOjrOGRAPHI C_STU DIOS^
rinrn>fiStudlo. Photographs and
rfinhn \Portralts. Views taken.
1 wold pictures copied.. News?
paper and half-tone cuts. Church ana
Main streets. Phono 1ST._
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Pianos. Under Montlcello,
next to ladies' entrance.
We make our own Pianos.
Wrlto for catalogue.
brand new stock at rock bottom prices.
Wo lead, let others follow. No. 77 New
L. BASS & CO..
successors to Trultt
& Co., 625 Church
street, dealers In Staple and Family
Groceries. Only first-class goods sold
and prices guaranteed._
Im ported nnd Domestic Gro?
ceries wholesale and retail.
Specialties ? Bmithnold
Hams. Coffee and Butter. Granby street
and City Hall avenue._
We ring for good values.
Choice Meats. Ix>w Prices and
your custom. J. S. BELL Jr.,
Queen and Church streets.
To be obtained at all hours.
Phono 409. SMITH & RAI,
l.ANCE. Brewer and Wash
Vegetables, Fruits, Oysters,
A. C Cholco Wines, Liquors,
Orocerles. Bass Ale, inc. bot?
tle. Pure Medicinal Whiskies.
On the Main street, where can
bo found the best Pianos. Or?
gans and Musical Instrument?.
HUME, MINOR & CO.. Norfolk, Va.
ano Co., manufacturers of
Conover Schumann. Kings
bury Pianos. Chl.-.igo Cot?
tage Organs, branch store 02 Rank st. J.
E. YABBOROUGH. Manager.
PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING.
Pr a c 11 c al
pi u m b ing.
Steam Fitting. 20 and 22 Cove street.
Lowest charges. Bopairtne a spec.ally.
Phone 332. GUY & SNYDK.ll.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
CANDIES AND FRUITS._
Candles and Cigars.
Fresh stock of Nuts and
Candies for holldav.
\\ hoi. sale and retail. SANSONE FRUIT
CO.. 2?0 Main street.
PURPURA FRUIT CO..
Wholsalo Knills. Ind?
ers In Bananas. Fresh
line or Nuts. Oranges, Lemons, Grapes,
&c. 31j Main street. Phone 530.
Kitchen. 31 Hank St.; fresh
every day; finest line In Nor?
folk. Phone 073. Ice Cream
and Water Ices.
~_CHINA, GLASSWARE, &c.
RICHARDSON. FAIR, 27-21>
Market square. Doll Babies
:<l Toys of every description.
Glassware and Crockery. Bnamclware
Jelly Glaf 8, lC. Lamps. Low prices.
S3 Brewer street.
JEWELERS AND WATCHMAKERS.
CHAPMAN ft JAKE
MAN. Watches. Dia?
monds and Jewelry,
lowest prices. Clocks and Novelties.
Klrst-clnss repairing. Corner Bank and
Everybody to know
that we uro selling n
good filled Waltham
movement for $10.00. WIRT ft PAUL. 223
with Tiffany ft Co.,
New York. _1C3. Church street. Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry at rock bottom prices.
Estate Exchange. jos. JONES.
49 Bunk street. My charges
reasonable one - half what
others charge. No tale no charge.
MINING AND ROOFING
CO. Slate. Tile. Gravel, Tin
Rooting. Galvanized Iron and
Copper Cornices. Steel Ceilings. Skylights.
Acetyleno Gas Generators. 11? Hank et.
9 and 291
Church street. Norft Ik. Va.
Norfolk Va. THE SINGER
MANU FACTI IRING COM PAN Y.
SHOW CASES, &c.
and sell at lowesl
Show Cases bought
nnd solJ. We buy en?
tire stocks of goods
prices. Oil Church
?? Spring Water Co..
Mi Commerce St.,
phono 533. The
water for the people. Fresh each day
from the spring. Delivered promptly.
HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, &c.
Crockery, Glassware, Bric-a
brac, Toys. Fancy Goods and
Housefurnislilngs. 186 Church
corner Plume. MAN SCHWAN.
1 nin.il 10 cent
cigars Is full Havana Tobacco, hand?
made. max TISCHLER, 40t Main St.
CLEANING AND DYENG.
R. A. Dodson.
Rates, $2.50 to $1.00 per
21? Main st..
Osyters In nil
styles our specialty. First-class meals
served to order. OWEN ft DOZIER.
iivmii w?.nSu;i, flv,.j t.,M. cieane<,
I 7oe. Pants pressed, 10c. Overcoats cleaned
and pressed, 7.V.
CLOTHING AND FU^NISHINGsT"
PDCnlT cheerfully given "on an
LntUI I ,m03 of Glothlng and
U,tl-Ul * Household Goods. JAMES
SIMMONS. Installment Clothier 71 City
make collections everywhere.
State offices Norfolk. Richmond,
Danville, Roanokc. Give us your
business. INTERSTATE COMMERCIAL
AND COLLECTION AGENCY.
HARNESS, SADDLES. &c.
UADUCCC john aT^Iou^ttR s
? llinllt*^^ Union street, manufac
Harness. Bridles. Saddles. Collars. Whips
and Supplies. Repairing a specialty.
Why EGG LESTON ft
EPE3 are the leading
Klre Insurance Agents?
Because they havo the best companies.
Ofllce. Haddlngton building.
H. L, Mandolin Instructor, SOS
Wllloughby avenue East Nor
folk. 60 cents per lesson.
Instructor, W. B. GILL.
30S Wllloughby avenue.
11 ft IB I A n r\ f* Stove Emporium. Most
HMWAnlINcompleto stock of Wood
IIUnnilUWA!r Tight Heaters and
loves. Stove repairs a specialty. 86
Hank street. _
Repairing, 15c; re<
421 Main street.
stick In Norfolk.
ovcring. from 25c. up.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
lailfcMCC JOHN VERMILLION,
I lM r N Granby street. Foreign and
Liquors. Agent for
BROTH EB8. successors to
E. Vance, 75 Commercial
place. Wines nnd Liquors.
Agents for the Mount Vernein and O. O.
Taylor Whiskies and Werner Cham
WOOD AND COAL.
Anthracite best, all sizes.
Try our Lump for grates:
none better; cheerful and
TOMS CREEK COMPANY, 63
C. B. WHITE
A URO., deal?
ers .n Coal
Yard. 113 Kelly avenue. Of
Mariner and Church streets.
COAL & WOOD,
ARMOUR'S PURE ANIMAL HIGH GRADE.
Recommended by ourseives and others as the best sold. Prices low, quality
OUR OWN BRANDS, FULLY RELIABLE.
Have been carefully tested and pronounced first-class. Prices cut low to meet
SPECIAL TOP DRESSERS, BOTH BRANDS,
Your interests demand that you investigate our goods and prices before buying
NORFOLK FARM SUPPLY CO.
HcD, L. WRENN, Proprietor._GEO. B. TO DP, Manager
?Have You Tried It Yet?
? Is it not your duty to yourself
A to 1 >ok us well n.< possible'.' It
should be on every dressing table.
ANTH I N E T
JP.ftp/F KfcTRTZ*-GR EATi> G E RM'fiiH.
"toilet article, not a dye. By
nourishing the roots, restores tho
hair to Its natural color ond Klves
vigor and beauty. Prevents bald?
ness Stops dandruff. RclUblo tes
(From Rev. E. T. Balrd, See'y of
l'uhlieatlon of Presbyterian
Church, South. Richmond.)
The Xanthlne Is the only hair
dressing I have ever used which
lias removed the dandruff from the
scalp and made my hair soft and
pliable. It has also restored my
hair to its natural color; and by
occasionally using it as a hair
dressing, I have no doubt it will
preserve the color. B. T. H.V1RD.
At all drugglsU Price ?1.U0.
Insist on pitting it.
Send for circularrs.
IRWIN S EXPRESS CO.,
218 Water St., Phone 6,Either Phoru
Wo haul anything to ond from uny
where in the three citlts.
Soeclal facilities for hauling Safes,
Boilers, Furniture and Pianos.
J<eia Ailed and filling wanted. " '
The Greatest Mark-Down 1
Sale On Record I
>v> Beginning at S a. m. JANUARY 2d, 1S99, we will inaugurate
I the most SENSATIONAL MARK-DOWN SALE of
I men's, Youtus', Bogs' and Ciiilflreii's cioifiing |
I EVER HELD IN THE HISTORY OF NORFOLK. J
Every garment on our tables has been so reduced in price as to n
give more than double value to every purchaser. \
'I his will be a never-to-be-forgotten value-giving opportunity. ,\(
Be on hand early and get cream of selection. <<
THESE ARE A FEW OF THE PHENOMENAL BARGAINS : <<
Men's Suits, strong and durable, fancy , Men's Rlnrk an t liluo Denver Over
patterns, worth 14.09. consoli- ?r * qo I coats, guaranteed fast color, OA
dated price . *??7? worth $10, consolidated pike.. v4 vu
Men's Suits, Black Cheviots and Kancy Men's Heavy Diagonal Capo Mackln
Casstmeres worth $6.00, consoli- 07 lesh Coats, "warranted," worth Q1
dated price . **'7' I $7.00, consolidate.: prlCe .
Men's Suits, well made, double and ! Children's Suits, double-breasted styles,,
single-breasted style, worth $10, CLA Q? plain plaids and fancy effe. : j, no.,
consolidated price . *T, 7U . WOrth fJ. consolidated price....
?Men's Kancv All-Wool and Worsted i Children's Suits. .iR's 4 to 1? years.
Suits, styles perfect, worth $12, Ch flfl | beautiful styles In casslmerea, tt f\"^
consolidated price . *u,uu worth $3. consolidated price.... **? * ? ?*
Men's Pine Rar'.tan Overcoats, fully 70 Children's Suits, all-wool. In checks and
per cent/ wool, worth $s.00. eon- 07 plaids, sizes up to lit years, it I Qfi
solidated prlco . ?p-J.zt I worth $4. consolidated prlco.... ?Pa.-'O
Men's Pants Be., 79c, 9Sc, $1.24 $l.fi2, J1.9S. n
Children's Pants. 5c. 10c, 17c, tpc. 23c? tSc,
CANNON BALL CLOTHING CO,
Opposite Academy of Music. 219 Main St., Norfolk, Ya, ^ |
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
(Also purchasers of the Columbia BusI
_ nrss College.)
Corner Granby street and City Hall
avenue. Norfolk. Va.. begins TUESDAY,
JANUARY 3RD.. Make your arrange?
ments to matriculate on that date.
>or information concerning course of
in*!pJlct.,on. ralc!' of ttiltlon, etc., call at
the University or send for catalogue.
J. M. RE5SLER,
A fresh supply of the
The superior of all grate coals.
Wc are the sole agents.
Geo. W.Taylor &Co
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
61 GRANBY ST. 'Phone 34.
CENTRAL WHARF. 'Phone 137.
We bave on band a fresh supply of?
M Pi i OQl wood..
Raving; recently put in a splitting; ma,
chine we now make no extra charge fos
Persons haying wood Steves will da
well to order
COAL of ALL KINDS
and beat quality, at lowest market Prtog
at wholesale and retail.
No. )M Main fit.. Norfolk. Va,
WATCH FOR 1899.
To every cash purchasor Of a ton of
coal from tia until further notlcss wo
will give a card endorsed by us wnlch
will entitle the holder upon payment of
$2.95 to on? elegant Electro Gold-plated
Watch or a handsome euso of Silver
plated Ware, containing 6 Knives, 4
Tablespoons und ti Teaspoons. Wo have
already delivered several of these watches
which wo Und keep excellent time. Cata?
logue at our office.
CHAS. E. SCOTT & CO.,
200 LOVITT AVENUE.
IT IS NOT EASY
to find just what you want for
a suitable Christmas Present.
Let us help ycu.
For your boy, an Overcoat
or a nice Suit.
Your Sweetheart, a Bath
Robe or a Smoking Jacket; a
Fine Umbrella, Neck Ties, Silk
These presents are useful
and will be acceptable.
We have the goods. : |
OflBiiirdai. Vicar & inert
330 MAIN STREET.
90 and 92 Roanofee Square?
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