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This Column. TO RAISE SUNKEN SCHOONER The '-We Answer No" Club. An :c dent at the Cummer Com? pany's. A Line Broke While Lifting. The Letter List. , An accident happened yesterday | morning, et the G?mmer Co'e new planing mill, that came near being a serious one. While Mr. Blivius (wlu) is superintending tha work) uns raisiug a largo spile, to be used us a sheer tor tho purpose of rnisiug the largo smokestack, u lino broke aud tho sheer cnuio to tho ground with a crash. In tho decent it etruok the corner of tho boilor room, which is brick, end glanced a dis? tance of several feet, missing n man that was standing uuiler it about two feet, Wheu it struck tho ground it broke in several pieces. Several other persons wero fright? ened badly, but uot hurt. Tho damage was slight and as the piece of lumber proved to bo very im? pound, ; probably it wns lucky that the acciileut happened when it did, os it was not strong enough to bit t ? heavy boiler, Mrs. Lizzie Reed, of Nothompton county, paid her uncle. Dr. J, 13. Ployd, a living vi6it yesterday. She left' last night via the Now York, Philadelphia aud Norfolk railroad for her home. Cnpt, W. H. Freuoh left last night with the schooner Mary A, Iveus and tho tug Mercie 1$. to raise the schooner Francis Smith, sunk in the Potomac river, with a cargo of 70, 000 press brick. She was bound from Washington to Norfolk when oho sunk.I The regular weeklv meetiug of Hip W. 0. T. (J. will be'held at Mrs. ?. S. Baker's Thursday at ;i o'clock. The "Wo Answer No" Club held their first meeting lust night at the residence of Mr. Charles T. Barry. The club is composed of young ladies. Letter List.?List of unclaimed letters remaiuiug uncalled for in the postotlice at Berkley, Vo., for week ending Jauttary 1st, LSl'5. Persons calling for thet-o letters will please oay they uro advertised: Miss Lnoil Adams, Maine Biauchard, Martha Brickbouse, It H Furrell, Anderson Gibhs, J 1) Giflbrd, Adbuo Cordon, William Cirilliu, Sarah F Cray, F A Hall, Maria Johnson, James .Mel dose, J l* Nobles, tlorraco Uiddick, Fmma Sawyer, Ellen Smith, Cam liue Smith, Jobu P Warren, Jauic Warden, Aouie Walker, A C Wolf, Edwnrd Wright, Kachel Wilson, E D Wilson, Mary Wheaddley. J E HoziEB, P M, RALlGO" C THE OLD NORTH STATE. Small Items of a Newsy and Per? sona' Character, tipodal Uiapntoh to tho Virginian. Balkioh, N. O., January'2.?The Qa/.ette, of thiB city, tlio organ of of the negroes in North Carolina, will, in its issue to-morrow, suy that it is for Dr. J, J. Mott for the United States Senate. James 11. Yoong, an influential colored lto pnblicau aud a member of the Leg? islature, is the editor of the Gazette, A Kepubhoau who claims that he gets his uewH from the inside, savs that his party iu the Legislature, as matters now staud, will vote as fol lows for United States Senator iu the caucus: Mott, 'J; J. C, Pritch urd. P2; 11. G. Ewart, 0; J. E. Boyd, ?>; A. E. Holtou. 0; U. II. Dockery, 3; Carver, 2; doubtful, 5. He fur? ther alleges that. V. S. Lttsk, of A6hevillo ?s *o be Speaker of the House, Yet it bus been said that X. V. Walser, of Lexington, has enoityL votes pledged to secure his election. President Spencer, ol the South ern Railway, has done a very kindly thing for tho people of tho little towu of Marion, most of whom are homeless by rcasou of the recent lire there. Never in the South was a town eo completely destroyed as was i uu: one. Mr. Spencer "sende SI00 to tho sufferers and to day notifies tho railway commission that he has given bull rates ou ul! building materials shipped to IMariou for the purpose of rebuild ing the town, ibis actlou is great ly appreciated. James E. Boyd, of Goldsboro, is now fully in the field SB a candidate for the United States Senate. His candidacy will injure that of Chair man A. E. Holtou. Friends of J. C. Pritchard suy that all the Republican inonibers of the Legislature iu tho Ninth Dis? trict save t:io3o from Henderson, winch is 11. G. Ewart'scounty, will vote for Pritchard for the Senate. These friends declare Pritchard to be the strongest man uow. It is said that some of the mem? bers of the Legislature will contend that if Marion Butler's paper, the Caucasian, is giveu tho public print ing ho ought not also to ask tor the Seoatorship, But he will ask for it, expects it and is sure he will got it. At the Ynrboro House thi9 even ing the ladies gave a very handsome "bal poudre." Walter Womble, of this city, has been made foreman of the Seaboard Air Lino shops here. The annual roport of tho Grand Master of Masons shows large gams in North Carolina in 1894. The order has prospered and nine uow lodges have bteu organized, B. A. Brown, grocer and tobacco manufacturer at Ketuersvillo, has f ailed, Iiis preferred debis amount' iug to over SI5,COO, A negro girl at Wake Forest yes? terday took ? spoonful of strych? nine bv mistaking it for quinine. It is'tbe belief of somo persons that all of the Democratic mcmbern of Cougross. who were declared elected at tho November electiou, will be unseated. Republicans so The negroes of Durham celebrated emancipation day in graud style yostorday. PERSONALS AND BRIEFS. Items of a Personal and Newsy Character. Speei d Pi-patch to Tho Ylrgiulan. Elizabeth Oitv, N. C, January 2. ?The annual meoting of the utock* holders of tho Albemarlo Dark f air Association was hold yesterday aud tho followiug ollicors wore elected for tho eusuingyear: W M Baxter, president; li Itolf aud Jacob Stilu monsky, vice presidents; W <1 Underwood, secretary; S L Sheep, tren8uror; P F C'ahoon. superin? tendent, and Messrs. Walters, Uaboon, Gregory, Brey, Sheep and Small directors. Mr. Charles R. aud Miss Eossio Grandy, who came horo to attend the funeral of their father lust week, left yesterday afternoon for Washington, D. C. Mr. Harry I Grandy, who returned here for tho same purpose from uttending col? lege in Maryland, also left yeeter day. Miss Jacobs, who hns been visit? ing Miss Wilheimiuo Sawyer nt the A lue mat I e House, returned yester? day to her homo in South Mills. Mr. S. S. Fowler returned home from Philadelphia this morning. Hello Boyd, who lectured at the Opera Hon.se bore on Monday night, left yesterday for Edenton to make arrangements for doing ao there this week. Tho funeral services of Mr. Dozier Drigbl, who died very suddenly yesterday, will bo held this after uoon. We are sorry to bear of tbo illness of .Mr. John Jacobs at South Mills. He has many friends here. EDENTON, N. C. ? ? ?ilr. J. R, B. Hathaway, our bank? er, is unable to bo at bii olfieo, we regret to suv. Mr. E. 1). Bond aud Mr. J. A. Woodard buvo gone gunning dowu to Hugged lsluud. There was u ball at Mr. J, W, Brauning's residence, on Broad stroot, Monday night. Mr. A. H, Mitchell, editor or tho Fisherman and Farmer, of this place, is contemplating issuing u daily paper here in the near future. The new Academy was opened Tnesday night from 7 to 10 o clock for inspection, Addresses were made by Hon. W. D. Pr?den, Rev. N. M. Watson, Wm, M, Bond, C. S. Vau? aud l'rof. Sledd. The bund was present und furnished musio for the oo >asion, Miss Mamie Watson has returned home after several days' absence. Touch and Go. Touch the spot in the back, chest, limbs or side, where the pain is, with an AUcock's Porous Plaster and the lameness, soreness, stiffness, congestion, will go at once, leaving comfort, health and strength behind. Imitations*? never rel rherefore il- I i?*i?l ujai. ha .. .nt Alu c.k s I AUcock's Corn Shields, AUcock's Bunion Shields, ii Jvc no equal ai :i rc-!ir( and ,utc 1_i .-ami and bunion. Brandreth's Pills are a marvelous speoifio f^r casosof biliousness and indigestion, THOMAS & THOMAS BASKET m& ? MANUFACTURERS 01 ? 6 PL IN T, ST \ V K and WILLOW BASKE T3. 4 and ? Itesorvolr ?tvc-nua. Ord-is l>v mall attended to imn ed ate ly. Satisfaction guaranteed. de'.-lm Norfolk. Vb.. Deco ut.ui 20, lw.-i. , mo MV PUIENDS and PATRONS - .1. lhankiiii; all toy lueml- for their past patronage ami ^tili earnestly re? questing a continuanco. l cotne to say that all cou.'.n sohl on im i alter lauuary I, is 5. will br ' ash on delivery, nsMir im: ihein that in In ure 1 will sell cheaper than ever before. All goods? Hav, Corn, Oats. Bran. Ac ?tiolivored free. ?. I. BOCICOVBIt, de.d-Uw '<o<. 1 IS .I isi) Water St. CAUTION, All persons aro camion i against pnr ChaslU-, t leplloue hihu uuio;i;a requir? ing battery ior th dt operation, or ?.- ng lnstrutuduti of this inscription uxcuyt un.tor Inunse of the IMKMOAN HELI, TELEPHON K' OMPANY.oi Boston Ms-s. 1 ins company owns Letters Patent mi. 163.&G9. granted to Kinds nerliner. No? vember ntb, 1891, for a combined tele? graph and telephone, and oontrois Lei? tet s-p.taut No. 174.331. granted to l'hos. A. Kdison, Mav 3d, l-'.rj. for a speaking telegrapu, which pi.tents .-nv ts fan Ik nienthl invennonH ?nu embrace all tortns of microphone transmitters and of ear ben telephones. And tho best friend that never fails you is Simmons Liver Regu? lator, (the Red Z)?that's what von hear at the mention of this excellent Liver medicine, and people should not ho persuaded that anything elao will do. It is the King of Liver M< ili cinos; ia better than pills, and tnkea the placo of Quinine and Calomel It acts directly on the Liver, Kidney and Bowels und gives new life to tho wholo Sys? tem. This is the medicine you want. Sold by all DruggistB in Liquid, or in rowder to be taken dry or made into a tea. ?9-EVBRY l'ACUAGE'u'Ji Ilun tho Z stump in red on wrapper J. U. ZELL.LN Q CO? PtaUultlphi?, Pa. A LARGE .STOCK OF Cotton Baskets, Oyster Bags, Coal and Pine Tar, WHICH WE ARE SELLING" EXTREME l.V LOW. Consolvo & Taylor, Ship Chandlers and ?rooer?, 96 Water Street. ?PHONE NO. 443. Use the Celebrated 11 Dry Air Refriierator, Wbiou tin.- no eIqo linnu: to oorroto and cause tbs content! to taate. It baa the Hill Patent Condenser and Purifier which eaves 10 deereos of ool.l air. Unlit to t-nit any purpoaa au^ii as butchers, grocors, m-.'io ..1-. rostaai-aatj, etc. A Kreut many in u?e 111 tho city Call and nee it lor yoursolf. Ceo- L. Crow, ?.b COMMEHUIAL PLAGE, MAN?FA?TUEER'3 AGENTS. Wines for Xnias! I have selects! anil have now In store a Ure,o stock of NA I I \ K WINES f or the Holiday trade, whioh I am now selling for *i per gallon. Hoiitliamptnu A; plo Brandy slott's Sweet Girier. aIs.i a lar^e stock of ijM Rye, Corn and Sootoh Will* kies,' Imported Prencli Urandio*. l'ort ?nd Sherry Wines at reduce l tariff ratas. Native Champagne Equal to Imported a Specialty. I havo secured the agency (or tha t'el ebrated Mount Veruou Whiskey. Just received?'ib canes, which I am offering to tim trn.le at distillers' prices. Commercial Place fOid Mark.: square) 33ile< PB1CTICAL DECORATOR, IG9 CHURCH STREET. Tis Time ii 5*?S??? vance of your wanti n.i have a iery .Uli p> m . 1 iiuo 01 l'GUblu und 0i)6ii bei ol g*? Books, lipi'Vl 'Qn Oli^S: :i rj-\ id hut j t, oj i ontmeree St urhala. I on't h>>y mull j on haye exam iuod o ir -.uck .oil go I ten OUli prices. jGH Priui 11r. New types. Lowest 1 1 ices. Bran / In l;? .1 u. 1 -../Aw ... i-.i-.l ?ei: bin?rII YjJ I bLc no othrr. K. \S itijtrout r.f?.r.t.r.. <mj DraiftiM. ..r %tm? ?!<-. la mmmii f..r I irt, t.-UD. l.lv ?:.! " MclUf r..r I.m.lira." I" l-c. Ill rclun. Mull. I O.ftUU UUia Dl ill \ . i- ? ? Chlrhctrr fhemfca.1 Co., .Vlu.ll. ... Pqutrr-. Sail i * ? . UmI Drsutou. I'hin.j. . vt> KBUEMBElt I'll AT YOUlt PROPEttTX may be swept away without notice, a,uii that lifo'e period of duration in nn? certain, i r. for either orunri?eaoy bv wiauly plaoin* INSDBANOE witU R.S. HOYKIN .V CO., No. 6 Main stroot, %no\s, Va, -tf|a3 SIOO WORTH OF GOODS, $2 AND $2 PER WEEK. $75 WORTH OF GOODS, $2 CASH AND $1.50 PER WEEK. I $50 WORTH OF GOODS $1 GASH AND SI PER WEEK. \ $25 WORTH OF GOODS, 50C CASH r AND 50C PER WEEK. oooooooo AND WILL HELP TO MAKE IT THE HAPPIEST YOU HAVE EVER HAD BY INVITING YOU TO MAKE LIBERAL USE OF MY INSTALMENT TERMS. cured on my liberal In? stallment Terms to any responble housekeeper. Credit, the protector of the masses, enables each and evey house? keeper to obtain just the goods desired with? out the ready cash. Nothing like my system of credit. All are tak? ing advantage of it. Every purchaser is pleased. You know what to put aside each week or month to make your home com ft rtable. Why wait longer when you can furnish your Jhome on such easy terms ' All of the many things yau want to fur? nish and beautify your homes can be secured from THE Now is your time to secure anything you want for household use on credit. THE Pioneer Installment Hous ji I 205 and ?0? Church Streat. I has an immense stock \ to SELECT from p everything in the L of line Furniture, Carpets, Linoleum, Lamps, Crockery. Cook Stoves, Heaters and Laundry Stoves, All of which can be sc Pioneer Installment House, \\ \\i 2C7 Church Street. BOYS. in all the LATEST > WRAPS STYLES AND DESIGNS, all on the INSTALLMENT PLAN. Might as Well Be Latin. What ide.i dcos the price, in the newspaper convey to you of tha Appearono6 and Value of a Suit : Absolutely none. You need to tho Clothes. Suppoio we just sav, -,\Vo have Suits :roin Eight Lollars to Twenty-live: Overo ? t iroin 1 en t / Forty-five, and e%ery C.arment bus al the \ahte we can a - fordjto crowd let', it at the price. You are not Ito's. You t-fcpoct to see a riiffVrenue between un Eight Dollar 3nit and one at 1 wtuty-flvc. between a Ten Dollar Overcoat and a Ti irty. ( in jo??? buy as good a house ror two thonsantl dollars us yon can for Bvo thoti-an 1 ? Can yo i get us many apples 'or u "quarter" us yon can lor a dollar ? l lothcd are 1 ke auy othor commodity; y ou get Value according to t!>o uioney you pay. An I you want to sie to it that you buy 8 >uiul Apples, and houses that will not tumble down. 160 Main Street, corner Talbot. A Good Thing Should lie Repeated For the benefit of those who may not have heard it. call attention again to our which appeared before the public only four month ago, and are now admitted to be the BEST BUGGY EVER OFFERED FOR THE MONEY. I rico without Top, ?"0: price with t cather Quarter 'l op. *C5: price with F II Leather l op, "r io. t lose inspection Invited. Large ^ock and exoellent assortment ol . insure Vebioles at satisfactory prioes: also Harness. Lap Hobes, uio A. WREMN & SONS, 24 aud 2b Mira Street^_ <? Turkish acd Ruaaian Baths. Church and Bute Streets. 5 la Our 'Phone. o i I J j > Largest Swimming Poola Van Tclburg Hofman, > in the South. Manager PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT ?r AND POTASSIUM gg Makes ?i SVSarvelous Cures fr in Blood Poison iE Rheumatism grand Scrofula ?>?- r. P. p. piiriHr-s the hioori. bnllds np |Br - tll? wonk ami f.uhllllutod, Kivos IT strength to weakened nerves, expola ?*?-? dNoason.^tvlinr I ho patient health and gfc happiness whore sickness, giownur ^ Inoilniis nnri lassltodo Brat prevailed. 3?. . FV>r primary,aeooudary mid tertiary _ pyphlll *. for blood i? . : ir. hiri u ?? rial hol son, malaria, dyapupsin, and - In all blood anil -skin illwa^M, like blotches, plmplos, old obroalo ulcers, >>?? tetter, scald bead) bollo, erysipelas. ff,. coteroa wo may miv, without /.ar of <*^~^ contradl -tion.thnt p. p. P. is theimsit. Iiii.od purl 11 t*r in i In* world,iiinI makes v,,._ positive, npuody aud in-rinanent auri-s " In ull cases. a*? ?~ ? ?.?.?a? Lsdleawhosesystems aro poisoned ? nnd whOSO Mood Is In an Impure oun.il J3?~ tloo. due to roenatrual Irregularities, arc eocull.trly ben.-llied l>v tin- Won* >*" ' <). rrul touii- mid lilond eleanaloR prop. 5?.?. ertli'sr.f V. P. P.-Prlckl/ Aah, I'oko Root and Potaaalum. S>. - Hi-niNiifiULD, Mo., Auk- I4tb, 1893. "_ ?1 can rpi>ak in Ihn hlRhcst torn.-, of P" ? your meoiolne from my own personal tfj- - knou lrilKA. I was nflectnd wlili I.Miii r disease, pleurisy and rheumatism t<.r B*??? 35 years, was treated by the very beat . physicians ana spent hundreds ol dol * far*, tried every kuown rmm-dy with* B> ? out llcdiiiK relief. I burn only taken . one nottlo of your P, P. P., and cun u 11.rfnlly any It has ?Inno rr.o inor.j t&~? K<;od mau anything I have ever taken. I can : ooiumei.d ynur moditlnn to all ?*~-* ouScrer* Of t ho above dlap.iaos. ff>_? MKM, M. M, VEARY, < ?prlngfleld. Oruou County, Mo. - .?<s> ??<a> itiiittitittttii Pimples, Blotches and Old Sores Catarrh, tVlalaria andKidnevTroisblws Ait entirely rrmurcD Iiy f .P.P. ?<S?P -Prickly Ash. I'oko Root nnd Polns- ' Slum, the srenloat bloud puf fiol on ?<T5* oartb. ? AnsnnRi?. O. July 31,1801. lasssKs Liep.vAM Baos.. Savannah. __*Am Ga.: DKAkSius?I I..night annuls of "~""CH* your r. P, r. at Hot .Sj.rlutr*. Ark. ,ind _^s"?> li has done me more good than tbiee _ month-* treatment al the Hot springs. ' "*s^ bondtbr.ttlea O. O. b. ?<S8> Respectfully yours, tjs JAB. H. KKWTON, > ? "BP Aberdeen, Urown County, O. ? ?^?5? Copt. J. I>. Jolinnion. ? 7*.) all wham it may cnecrn: I hers* "SuP by toatify to Hie wonderful properties ?-t"At> of P. P. P. for eruptions of the skin. 1 JJSr? suffered (or several \ oara with nn <ur ~?eW sightly and disagreeable eruption on -?CCo> my faeo. I tried every known r..-me- ZZi. dy I.in in vnln,until p. p. p. was mod, ??*Pa8 und inn now entirely cur*.!. _<<it? (Signed byj J. I). JOHNSTON, ' > Ha.-iiimuh, Ua. ? ?o9> HU In Cancer Cured. ? Tt itlmony/rom the Mayor of Sequin, Tex. ?<sSf> Ja-. innnb, ??fiSS* On.: tJinlltmen i lm\.. irlid your 1'. mm P. for a dlaeaao of thoakln,usually ' known as akin ...!. .r, .r; iin ?. \.:n.- rtfZ? MiindiuK. and i..nn.i uront rellefi ic JSL purifies the blood and removes all If 1?"^?r rltatlon from tbu seal nf the disease ? and ureveucs any spreading of tiia cores, lhavo taken Ovoor six bottles ??Si3^ ami f....I confident thntanothercourae .rTSi will effect a uure. It baa also relieved TzSC me from IndlK.'Ktlon and Htuiuiicb ? troublej. Yours truly, Book on BKffld Diseases Mailed free. ALI, DRDOOISTS BELL IT. LSPPBVsAN BROS. PROPRIETORS, E.ilil>:nnn'a illork,?RTu:innli, f>n REAL. ESTATE. FOR SALE. VYe offer soius of tba most ilesirabla invettments now on tbe tnarKOt. i'tno sw it End retndonoe, 47x12^ fast. No. 107 Urauby street. No. 339 anu U2t linto stress. ' snemeht rental properties on Chtiroh, Bmitli, WillouKiiby, .."nines nut Itoiloy stn eta vacant lots on Dunniore, Urswor, I rincess Anno. Plume, llivorside, Wind so- nnd New ? nstlo atreots, and I nrk. Willongbbv, Central si?>l b Avenaos, and many more at Lambert's I'oiUt. . FOR REIMT Stoio'r.' L'uioii street, 3JO, i.ueea ilreot. Htoio '.'i Union ftreet. llOtlse ..f> L)U< on -trei't, lions., on I'luine street. Houses On liet niuda street. S3) Main street DM Vnrmoiitli stroet. Mine 19 I .auk Htroet. Unices an i sieet inn apsrtmsnts oa I Qrauiiy Street I l:ow of nuw iioaao.s 1'. A. avenue e?? I ten it d. .No. .. I.oyatl's line. 1 t >nii-p- on ground floor. 06 .M?u street ; flttn i to suit applicants. 1 New house. IllveraidS) 7 rooms ?aa \ stable 13stalls). $12 m.