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Notes of Cases Recently Decided,
Which are or Interest to
DIGESTED BY W- B MARTIN.
(Exclusively for Vlrglnlan-Pilot.)
GREENSitOitO V. WILLIAMS.
Supreme Court of North Carolina.
.March 14, 1SDK.
ONE WIM? DELIVERS AN ARTI?
CLE ALREADY SOLD AND COL?
LECTS. THE PRICE, OR WHO
BELLS WITHOUT TRAVELING
ABOUT. IS NOT A PEDDLER OR
Tliis was a criminal proceeding insti?
tute by the city of Greensboro against
the defendant unoh the charge of vio?
lating its charter and ordinances
against "peddlers and Itinerant mer?
chants." On the trial the jury found a
special verdict, us follows: "That on
tho Kith day <<f June, IS98, R, J. Wil?
liams did sill a picture frame and pic?
ture in the city of Greensboro, N. C,
without having any license to bcII the
same from the said city. That pome
time prior thereto an agent of tie- Chl
cngo Portrait Company made an execu?
tory contract with Mrs. .1. 1-1. De Lonne,
to furnish her with a portrait and frame
of the manufacture of the Chicago Por?
trait Company, doing business in the
city of Chicago, State of Illinois, to be
subject to her approval, und any execu?
tory contract mad..- by her to purchase
inn to i>.- binding, unless she afterwards
approved of tin- frame, when delivered
to her. Thai, in pursuance of the exe-j
cutory contract so made, the Chlcugo
Portrait Company shipped to the city of |
Greensboro. N. C, several pictures and
several frames in bulk, whereupon the
defendant, R. .1. Williams, acting for
the Chicago Portrait Company, broke
.. the bulk of the original package, con?
signed to the Chicago Portrait Com?
pany, Greensboro, N. C, and placed
tc pictures in the frames, and sold and
' dcllVi red One to .Mrs. .1. hl. De Lonne as
aforesaid, and collected for the same, in
pursuance of tie- executory contract
heretofore alluded to. That section f.T
of the charter <>f Greensboro, N. c, is
us follows: 'That, in addition to the
subjects listed for taxation, the nhier?
in ( n may levy a tax upon the following
subjects, namely: <1) Upon all itiner?
ant merchants or peddlers, vending or!
offering to vend, in the city, a license
tax not ? xcecdlhg fifty dollars a. year,
t-xcept such only as sei! 1, iol:s, charts,
or metis or wares of their own manu
fin ture, but not excepting venders of
medicine by whomsoever manufactur?
ed; n -I :? ire than one person shall ped
?ii,- midi r a single license." That the
following Is an ordinance duly passed
by the hoard of aldermen under ami by 1
virtue of the foregoing section of said
charter: 'Ho it ordained by the board!
of aldermen of the city of Greensboro,
that ail itinerant merchants or peddlers, i
except stich its sell books, charts or
maps, whether sold by auctioneers or|
otherwise, and except further, goods of
their own manufacture, but not except j
medicines by whomsoever manufactur?
ed, offering for same goods i>y sample]
or otherwise at n-t-til in tho tow n of:
Greensboro* shall pay a lie: use tax ?>i
fifty dollars per year."
Upon thlti special Verdict, the court
being bf opinion that the defondnrit was
guilty, the verdict was so entered, and
the flpfiTtlfint appealed from n-.;,i ...
ment nronouneod thereon.
The court says:
The <';iiy question presented by the
, special verdict is as to whether the de
. fendanl was an "Itinerant men bant or
peddler." ''Peddler" Is denned in all
th> lending lexicons, and in many judi
.' clal decisions. Rut about the strongest
and most favorable definition for the
( plaintiff that we llnd is that civon in
Hange Co. v. Carver, Iis N. C. S.'l4,
"Hawkers: Those deceitful fellows who
wenl from place to place, buying and
. selling; * * ? ami the appellation
seems to grow from their uncertain
i wanderings, like persons that with
hawks seek their Kami- where they can
find it." "Hawkers, peddlers and petty
shopmen: Persons traveling from tow n
to town with poods and merchandise."
This quotation Is from the opinion of
Justice Gray In Emert v. State. ic>i">. u,
S. :ioo. And cveii under this definition
we cann ?'. hold that the special verdict
makes the defendant a peddler. Nor
does it constitute him an "Itinerant
merchant,"?a traveling merchant,?if
there is :i difference between a peddler
and an "itinerant merchant." There is
no finding?not even a suggestion?that]
he traveled about to sell pictures. In*
deed, this idea is negatived when It was !
found that the picture was sold before
it was sent to him, and he only deliv?
ered it, and received the price agreed
upon beforehand- It seems to us that,
in the language of the late Chief Jus?
tice Pearson, the plaintiff has "gotten
the wrong sow by the car." Reversed.
CARTER V. STATE.
Supreme Court of Georgia.
February 2, 1889.
A FREIGHT CAR BODY PLACED
UPON PERMANENT POSTS AND
USED AS A FREIGHT WARE?
HOUSE, IS A "HOUSE" WITHIN
THE MEANING OF SECTION PIC
OF THE PENAL CODE, AND THE
BURNING OF SAID STRUCTURE
Carter was convicted of arson and ap?
pealed. The court says:
The JncJle.tment charged the willful
and malicious burning of "a certain
freight warehouse," the property of the
P&uthern Railway Company, "the same
being then and there an outhouse."
The next question for determination
is whether or not tho structure burned
?was a "house," within the meaning of
ppctlon 13S of the Penal Code, defining
the offense of arson. The evidence
shows that the body of a freight car
bad been taken off the wheels, and
placed near the railway track at a sta?
tion, that It was supported upon per
raanent posts, and that a platform, to '
be used In transferring freights to and
from the car body, had been attached
to the same. It further appeared that
tho structure thus located was used as
"a. freight warehouse" by the railway
company, in precisely the same manner
as if it had been an ordinary ware?
house built for this identical purpose.
In view of these facts, we have no diffi?
culty In holding that the structure in
question was a "house," and accord?
ingly we approve the instruction to this
effect given by the trial judge to the
jury. That the structure with which J
we are now dealing was not In shape
like an ordinary house, or that a por?
tion iif the same had been formerly used
its a. movable car. docs not prevent it
from being within legal contemplation,
a house, it was certainly no longer a
ear: and having all the elements of
permanency, and brine; adapted to the
uses for which a war. house Is suitable.
We see no reason why it should not be
treated as n structure coining within
the protection of the statute above
As will have been observed, the In?
dictment alleged that this structure
i was on "outhouse." There was no evi?
dence showing that the Southern Rail
day Company had or owned any other
i building at this station; and counsel
for the accused thereupon insisted that
the house In question could hot, in
legal contemplation, be an "outhouse,"
and, accordingly, that there was a fa?
tal variance between the allegations
of the indictment and the proof. Tt. Is
true that the word "outhouse" primari?
ly im ans a building adjacent to n
dwelling house, and subservient there?
to, but distinct from the mansion 11
After careful consideration, however,
we have leached the conclusion that
the word "outhouse," as used In see
lions ISO, HI and 142 of our Penal Code,
as applied to n structure not located
within a city, town, or Village, is in?
tended In embrace :t house of any de?
scription which is not ;t dwelling house.
In Wall v. stale, r.i r;a. 6fi. this court
held that the willful nml malicious
burning of a cWuntry church was in?
dictable under section ?IST!) of the then
existing Code, which Is the same as sec?
tion 141 of the nresent Penal Code.
The stains of a railway warehouse, lo?
cated elsewhere than In n city, town,
or village, cannot be legally different
from "that of a country church similar?
ly situated. That nil houses other than
dwelling houses, thus located, were In?
tend' d to be regarded as "outhouses."
seems manliest, from the provisions of
section 142 of the Penal Code, which de?
clares that "setting Tire to an out?
house of another ,as described in the
preceding section, shall be punished,"
etc.: for, unless this meaning be given
to the word "outhouse" as used In sec?
tion 112. we would have no penalty
whatever for toe offense of selling fire
to n house of the kind described In the
Presen I Indictment. The truth is. the
prepx "out" was totally unpecessnry in
thl? connection, except for the exclusive
purpose of distinguishing dwelling
houses fmm other houses: but the use
(hereof should not. we think, be given
the effect c.r defeatIncr the lcrdrl.itlvo
will, which rloarly was to Include build?
ings other than those which would or
dlnnrlly be understood n? fnllinr; with
In the class designated by the word
DIVIKE SERVICES SUNDAY,
Cumberland, between Holt and Cove
streets?Preaching by the paster, Rev-1
ll 12. Johnson, I). I>-. at H a. m. and
S p. in. Morning subject, "Always the
.Same;" evening, "A Revival Service."
Huntersvlllc, Johnson avenue ?
Preaching by the pastor. Rev. Daniel T.
Morritt, at it a. m. and s p. m. Morn- '
-rrrs?Mihi. , t,-mr?i..\oi"s" 1 Uo-loid
Blessing;" evening, "The Remedy for
n Nation's Unrighteous Action." Sun?
day school at 0:30 a. m.
Trinity, corner of Multby and Cor
prew avenues. Brnmbleton?Preaching
by Rev. Paul Bradley, of South Nor?
folk, al 11 a. m. snd by the pastor.
Rev. Lloyd T. Williams, at S p. m.
Subject, "The Divine Utile of Conduct."
Kpworth, corner of Freemason and
Boush streets?Preaching by the pastor.
Rev. \V. J, Young. 1>. D? at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. in. Morning subject. "The
Carnal Mind and tho Spiritual Mind:"
evening, "An Old Oospel for the New
McKendree, corner of Clay and Clal
borne avenues, I trambleton?Preaching
by the pastor. Rev. R. Bennett, at
11 a. m. and S p. m.
Centenary, corner of Boush and
'.'iieen streets?I'renChIng by the pastor,
Rev. W. H. Edwards at 11 a. m. and
s p. m. I
Queen, corner Fulaskl and Queen
streets?Preaching by the pastor, Itev.
S, <'. Hatcher, at ll a. m. and S p. m.
Revival sorviees at night.
LeKlcs Memorial, corner of Camp
avenue and Fort street, Atlantic City?
Preaching by the pastor, Rev. W. T.
Williams, at 11 a. m. and S p. m. Re?
vival services at night.
Lambert's Point?Preaching by tho
pastor, Rev. George H- Spooner, nt 11
a. m. and S p. m.
Kirst Church, between Holt ami Cove
streets?Preaching by the pastor, Rev.
Howard Mack, nt 11 n. m. and 8 p. m.
Sunday school nt 0:;iu a. m. Westmin?
ster League prayer meeting at 7:ir. p. m.
Second. Freemason, west of .Boush
street--Preaching by the pastor. Rev.
Dr. W. S. Lacy, at 11 a- m. and 8 p. m,
Young people's prayer meeting at 7
Colloy Memorial. Atlantic City?
1'reaching by the pastor, Rev. C- W.
Maxwell, at 11 a. m. nnd S p. m. Sun?
day school at 0:30 a. in.
Preaching In the new church. Park
Place, by I he pastor. R6V. ?1. \V. Law
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder ror the I
feet. It cures painful, swollen, smarting
nervous feet and Instantly takes the sting
out of corns and bunions. It's the great?
est comfort discovery of the age. Allen's
foot-Ease makes tlcht or new ihOCS feel
easv. It :s a certain cure for sweating,
callous and hot tired, aching feet. Trv
It to-day. Sold by all druggists and shoe
stores. By mall for ;3c. In stamps. Trial
package free Address. ALLEN S. OLM?
STED. Lo Roy. N. T.
son. at 11 a, m. and 8 p. m, Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m.
Park Avenue, Brambleton?Preaching
by the pastor. Rev. E. B. McCluer. at
11 a. m. and S p. in.
Lambert's Point?Preaching by the
pastor. Kev. G. D. Gilkerson, at 11 a.
m. and 7:45 p. m.
Grace, corner of Princess Ann? ave?
nue and Church street?Preaching by
tho pastor, Rev. A. E. Owen, D. D-, at
11 a. m. and 8 p. in.
Freemason, corner of Freemason nnd
Bank streets?Preaching at 11 a. m. and
8 p. m.
Park Avenue, Brambleton.?Preach?
ing by the pastor. Rev. J. J. Hall, D. D.,
at 11 a. in. and S p. m.
First, corner Freemason and Granby
streets. Rev. E. it. Hatcher, pastor?
Services at 11 a. m. and S p. m.
Spurgeon Memorial, Windsor.avenue,
Brambleton.?Preaching by the pastor.
Rev. L. R. Christie, at 11 a. in. and
7:1.") p. m.
Central Avenue. Atlantic City Ward.
?Preaching by the pastor. Rev. E. E.
Dudley, at n a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Burrows Memorial. Lambert's Point?
Prenching by th? pastor, Rev. George
W. Cox. at 11 a. m. and 7:15 p. m.
Christ, corner of Freemason nnd
Cumberland streets, Rev. Dr. C. E.
Grammer. rector ?Morning prayer ami
sermon at 11 a. m. Evening prayer, 5
St. Paul's, Church and Cove streets.
Rev. B. I). Tucker, rector?Services at
11 a. m. and evening prayer at 5 p. m.
St. Luke's, corner of Granby and
Bute streets. Rev. A. S. Lloyd, rector?
Services at 11 a- m. and 8 p. in.
St. Peter's, Brown avenue. Bramble?
ton, Rev. C. E. Wood son, rector?Ser?
vices at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Emmanuel Chapel, corner of Wide
and Calvert streets, Rev. John H. Dick?
inson, curate?Services at 11 a. m. and
8 p. in.
St. Mary's, corner of Chapel nnd Holt
streets. Rev. John Dohorty. pastor.?
Sunday: Early mass at 7 a. m.:
children's mass at 0:"0 o. m.; high mass
at 11 a. m. Vespers and benediction of
the blessed secrament at 5 p. m.
Sacred Heart Church, corner of York
and Dunmnre streets. Rev. Father T. S.
Wilson, pastor?Sunday: First mass,
7:"0 a. m.; second mass. 11 a. m.:
vespers at 5 p. m.. followed by benedic?
tion of the blessed sacrament.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Freemason, between Bank and Brew?
er streets?Preaching by the pastor.
Rev. W. F. Emlth, at 11 a. m. and S
Memorial Temple, corner of Conk and
Tunstall avenues, Brambleton, Rev. J.
P. Barrett, D. D., pastor?Services at
11 a. m- and 8 p. m.
First Church, Library building?Ser?
vices at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock.
OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 6.
Sl.HI'I.K AT FIRST.
It I? FooIMIi to SfesrlceC Any Form of
Plies, I'nro Them r?t (lie
Piles .ire Flmple In the be.clnnlng nnd
easily cured. They can be cured even in
the worst stages* Without pa'.n or loss of
blood, quickly, surely and completely.
There Is only on" remedy that will do It
Pyramid file Cure.
it allays the Inflammation Immediately,
heals the irritated surface ami with con
t'.nmd treatment reduces the swelling nnd
nuts the membranes into good, sound,
healthy condition. The euro is thorough
Hi re are BOme voluntary and unsolicited
testimonials we have lately received:
Mrs. M. c. Hlnkly, HOI Mlssissslppl St..
Indianapolis, Ind., fays: "i have suffered
from the pain and annoyance Of piles for
lift-m years. Tin- Pyramid Pile Cure and
Pyramid Hills -gave me immediate relief
and in a short time a complete cure.
Major Lean, of Columbus, Ohio, rays: I
wish to add to the number of certificates
as to the beneilts derived from the Py?
ramid Pde Cure. 1 suffered from piles for
forty years and from itching plies for
twenty years and two boxes of Pyramid
I''"" I. . ff. .11.- . or?.l
Most druggists sell Pyramid Pile Cure
or will get it for you ff you ask them .to.
It Is E0 cents for 0 lull sized package nnd
Is put up only i>y the Pyramid Drug Co.,
Marshall, Mich. my2,4,6
Not Here To=Day
and Gone To=Morrow
FOR FOUR YEARS YOU HAVE BEEN
READING THE TESTIMONIALS
OF YOUR FRIEND8 AND
as t-i rny skill In tho treatment of
CATARRH. Would it not be wiser to be
livo them than the often lying testi?
monials published by patent medicine ven?
ders, given by people A THOUSAND
MILES AWAY or oftener forced out?
Why waste more money on patent medi?
"Two years aso our little boy had a
severe attack of tonsillitis which left him
With a bad throat trouble. HE COULD
NOT BREATHE THROUGH HIS NOSE
AND HAD GREAT DIFFICULTY IN
BREATHING, ESPECIALLY AT
NICHT- We took him to Pit. PIRBY,
whose treatment WAS ENTIRELY SUC?
CESSFUL and SINCE Til EN THE
CHILD HAS HAD NO TROUBLE IN
BREATHING, BUT breathes naturally
nnd easily and sleeps well at night, and
we are very much pleased with tho re?
sult. " 3. ('. CARLSON,
311 Fayette at., Portsmouth.
HAS OFFICES No 1 AND J. No. SH
MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE COMMER?
CIAL PLACE. NORFOLK. VA.
9 to 12.30 A. It!., 2 to 6 P. M,
SUNDATS: 11 ?. ?. to i P. H..
TUESDAY NICHT AND THURSDAY
NIGHT 7:30 P. M. TO i P. M.
SPECIALTIES: CATARRH AND ALL
DISEASES OF THE EYE. EAR, NOSE.
T1IOAT AND STOMACH.
Terms very moderate, and within the
reach of all.
EYES EX AM IN ED FREE.
Consultation Always Free'.
Medicines Free to Patients 1
We sell Women's Black
Hose as low as 5 cents. We
do not advise your buying
At 10 there is a shrJwing of
the reputable. Shapely and
is a most popular fig?
ure. A 40 guage, guaranteed
stainless, Real Maco, spliced
heel and toe. and velvet finish
is our offering, 12*i. Worth
your while to sec it, too.
Months since, we gave an
import order for Women's
Black Hosiery, Hermsdorf dye.
Accurate description of this
beautiful light weight is ap?
; 4 Thread, Real Maco, Dou?
ble Sole, Spliced Selvedge,
High Spliced Heel and Toe,
25 a single pair, 6 pairs for
$1.40, and a dozen for $2.7$.
Lisle Thread at same price.
Two Thread, Ribbed, Spliced
Heel and Toe, Stainless, 10c.
Flat, or plain for as little.
Ribbed again, Fast Black,
Two Thread', Heels and Toes,
Three Threads, 12^.
Constant expansion marks
our sales right here.
Flat or plain, at same mon?
A very superior quality of
fine ribbed, Maco yarn, Spliced
Heel and Double Sole at 19c.
2? would be fair.
Unbeatable 25 centers in
both ribbed and plain.
and satisfactory things sa?
lute, at 10, 12^, 19, 2S.
A meritorious tribute is this,
that they are on a level with
the Women's and Children's.
Taped neck, full bleached,
excellent goods, 10.
Egyptian Cotton, silk taped,
Combed Yarn, full bleached,
silk tape and silk finish, 12^.
Silkalisle, made of Mercer?
ized Cotton, one of the pret?
tiest garments you ever saw
land only 25. Silk Taped
Neck and Sleeves,
i Others, too, beyond these
abounds in this store. R.
& G., W. B., Thompson's
Clove Fitting most prominent.
Good Corsets at fair figures.
Pronouncedly good crea?
tions in summery things.
the 8 cent Cambric at 6J4 ;
15c Figured Organdies at 10 ;
15c Striped Piques at 10 : 25
Imported Madras, 12] 1 : the
hard-to-be-matched 25c Tow?
els ; the 40-inch India Linens
at 10 and 12^.
No Sunday Advertising.
jqsbpH Biown, 220 plain St.
Rubber and Steel Stamp.,
Railroad, Hotel. CattK'Re
and Bra*.a Checks. Sc.ds,
notices, Stencil anil Stamp
iluk?, P?d?. Daters, etc
skip and sieacii woiks,
Cot- Nlvlson and Church SU.
Bra neb Exchanges
"NEW p?ONE." ~==r
EXCHANGES AND OFFICES : sSffis1 Home,
Princess Anne C. H,
264 Main Street.
We Are Pioneers of Cheap Telephone Rates.
SS7?Adler, Mrs. Ike.
S5B?Bennett Bro.. J. ...
611?Buchanan, J. w.
MS?Board of Health .
819? Bruce, C. A.
SOS?Baker & Sou. II. 11.
635?Brown & Horner -
768?Bass ?-. Co.. E. C. ...
10,-0?Cohn, B. 8.-i ...
1194?Coon, Qaleii 11. .
SS5?< *uliforntu Bcntaurnnt
12?California Wiho Ho?t
USO?Chile*. Pr. L. R....
SIS?Carroll, Charles B.
MS?Clark. Jos; M.
S9i?City Directory .
560?Duncan, lt. F.
S20? Deyor R. O., Deputy Collector I. Rev
USS?Darrlolts & Cooiter .Feed Store
:?! -Dickcrson ?t CO., S. T.Brokers
KB? Davis *c Co., II. C. J.Brokers
311?Edwards, O. h.Residence
796? Edsemoor Bridge Co.
.J. W. Smith. M;r.
120?Elliott. K. B.Residence
553?Fcntross. R. B.Cold Storage
897? Frank & Son, Samuel.Clothier's
898? Frank, William .Resldenco
$27?Fruit Growers' Express Co?Office
STSHoffmnn Bro., J. M?Tobacconists
872?llegarty. D. A.Residence
J..:;?1 lof heimer, J. 1.'.Res d. nee
8?l?Hoen & Co., A.Lithographers
32?1. X. L. Co.Main street
854?Judson, L-o .Resldenco
134?Jordan & Co., J. M.Water street
|!90 Land ?<.- Hancock..Butter and Cheese
S7B? I^owcnbcrg i>.Residence
?SS? Lelgli Co., J. W.Brokers
899? Levy, Moses .Attorney
."?'i; -Merrltt ?K: Chapman Wrecking Co.
>?i Morris .v.- Marshall .Real Estate
859?Monttccllo Grocery Co..Market Place
mo?Morris & Co. .t. .1.Saloon
BC2 X. ?S: <".ir. it. R. Co.Freight Dept.
m??N. .fc ?'. R It, Co.urn. Manager
SOI?N. ? C. R. R. Co.Depot
S78? National Da rv Co.Commerce st,
892?Norfolk Pressing Olub.Main st,
1183?New York Bottling Works.
MS?Perkins, Dr. -It. 1*..Residence
t~Philip. Levy * Co.Furniture
" Pitt, Mrs. E. W.Residence
? Price *i Co., W. S.Fish Dealers
864? Pruden & SpratleyNCom. Merchants
552? Parker, Purl .Tobacconist
522?Royal Cigar Store .
.Claud West & Co.. Main street
69$?Ross, Mrs. It. A.Resdence
SSI?Sate, Wilson w.Attorney
1003 -Stleff Piano Co.Granby st.
154?Southern Silver Plato Works_
S$S?Snnsone Fruit Co .Main st.
863 Spindle & CO.Broker:?
097?She f sky L.Residence
iim>?Snetllng s Pharmacy.Church st.
881?Sana art. W. II., Jr.Attorney
865? Staten Steam Dye Works?S. Brown
>:?.!?Ten ids Construction Co.Office
sv??Vaughaii & Simmons .Insurance
Iii?' ?V i. Dairy Lunch .More Room
109t -V i. Dairy Lunch .Oftlce
553? \\ esthoimer. E.Groi <t
833?Wlnglield. Mrs. R. C. M...Rcs:dClieu
522?West >v- co., Claude .
Cigar Manufacturers and Tobacconist
886?Williams Son. H. C....Real Estate
619?SSnchary & Burke.Brokers
1364-3?Adams, C E.Resldenco
1575?A. .fc D. R. R.West Norfolk
1529?Crocker ?fc Crocker .Attorneys
1538?Edwards & ll.ipper .Attorneys
1381-5?Holmes, B. W.West Norfolk
162S -Lynch, Peter .Resldenco
I54S?Maynard, J'. I* .Attorney
1569?N. & C. R. R. Co. shop .
1524?Nee. w. w.
1362?Portsmouth Real Estate Co.
pets?Portsmouth Coal lco Co...Factory
1617?Sherwood, J. M.Resldenco
1547?Williams, C. T.Residence
1426? Armhrecht. J, If.Resldenco
1246?Cannon Bros.Coal and Water
1443?Jacoeks. J. H.Resldenco
141!??Palmer. N. II.?.iloon
1499-2?Roanoko R. R. As L. Co.Office
1493-3?Ronnoko R. R. ?& L Co.Store
1499-4?Roanoko R. R. & L. Co.Wharf
1499-&? Roanoke R R. & L Co.Oflleo
1419?Schmerber Bottling Co.
1425?Williams. J. O.Saloon
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? manufacturers of the well-known Star Brand of Strictly
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Our Special Blend Tea. 40e.
1 quart Jars Extra Quality Pears, I5c.
Finest California Apricots, ITc. can.
New Smlthtleld Horns. 150, pound.
The best assortment of Fancy Cakes in
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BOTH PHONES 462.
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