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THE OLD NORTH STATE.
Small Items of a Newsy and Per? sonal Character. Special Disp t h to tlio Virgin an. li vi.i ion, N. C, January :t.?Gov. t art to day issued a commission to vy, C. Douglas, na Solicitor of tho Seventh .ludiotal district, The revenue collections in this ?iicir:.? f >r December were S^.'.OlT, of which t.'0,127 was for tobacco, 817,01.) for cigars aud cigarettes, $14, USD for whissy, Guv. Uarr couseuts to an exebongo of courts between Judir.ee Wmstou and Slurbnck tthe latter being <>uo of the new Judges) whereby Judge Win-ton will hoid tho January term of Wayne Court aud Judge Star buck the spring terms of Grabani and Swain couuties. It is uu opuu secret tbot not one of the 6ix new Judges bud tho least idea of being elected when put on the fusion ticket. Nor did two of fusion nomiueea for the Supreme Court think they would ho elected. Cue of the Superior Court Judges acknowledges this. The North Carolina Medical Jour? nal is now published twice u mouth, instead of monthly, at Wilmington. Thic change was uiiulo to-day. Solicitor Marshall L.Molt suys his father. Dr. J. J, Mott, will make a bard aud earucst tight lor the Sen ntorship, It is deuied that ex Judge Daniel L- llussell, of Wilmiugtou, is a Candida:i tor the Setiute. Gov. cerr will bo risked to com? mute the lieutL HCUteuce of tho woman at Durham who murdered her child. Several womeu huvo been hanged iu this State. There is a much greater inquiry for tobacco seed iu this section. This is regarded as an indication that there is to be a considerable in? crease iu the ucreugo iu tobacco by persons who intend to ubaudou cot tou growing. '1 here was another snowfall last night. In this part of the State it was very light. Alartou Littler, who at ono tune intimated that there would be a separat:: caucus of Popubats and Republicans ou the selection ot Uuiicd States Senators, now thiuks there will be a joiut caucus. The Legislature will mako very considerable changes in ibe wards of tnis city aud ulso of Wilmiugtou. T. Mitjuichitt, a Japauese, arrived yesterday as u student at the Agri cuiluiul aud Mechanical College here. The stir among the Populists at the uews that tho Republicans nt Wushiugton are tnkiug or trying to take a nuud iu the selection of United States Senators does not not abate, hut increases. Several members-elect of the Leg? islature are h tu, among them \V?', son, who es pect:; to be Speuker of the House. The Watts Hospital, the gift of George W. Watts, will be opened ut Durham lebrttary 1st. Ho gave S25,UtlO to build und n liko sum to maiutuiu it. lie bus just been elect? ed president of its board of trustees. 'lhreo men, Alouzo Gaskins, Kit I Hewitt and Jake .Moore, have beeu drowued iu Neuso river, near New beru. They were iu a fishing boat, which capsized. PERSONALS AND BRIEFS. Items of a Personal and Newsy Character. Special Dispatch to The Vir?ii:iar3. Elizabeth Gitv, N. C, January :t. ?Belle Boyd left hero ou the 11 :d0 train this moruiug for Hertford, N. C, where she will appear to? night. To morrow night shu will appear iu Edentou uud on Monday night she will give uuotuer lecture here. She deserves aud will doubt? less have u much lamer audience tlmu at her performuue? ou lust Monday night. Hill's Standard Theatre Company have givou a periormuuce ut the Opera House here for two nights to very email audiences. They will giyo nightly performances the rest ot the week. Last Ulght "l auchon the Cricket" wus presented. .Mr. L. Price, of Elizabeth City, furn? ished the music, which of course was excellent. A putt of Lynch's sauctitied army who attraoteU some utteutiou in Vir? ginia lust year, huvo been hero for some time. Wo understand tbut Mayor (Hover bus given them no? tice to leave town tjy 4 o'clock this afternoon, und that they uro pre? paring to do so. Mr. Phillip Cohoou, of Edenton, who bus been spending I he holidays with relatives in Elizabeth City, hus now returned home. The yacht Nadia arrived in port this week, making four yachts uosv here. The managers of our junior base? ball chin assure us that our youths at least will enjoy the national game next seuhori. 1 hey suy tliut games will be scheduled with clubs trom the surrounding towns and cities, and thero will also be a number ol contests between local teams. There wus more interest manilcsted m baseball hero last year tliau in a long time, uud it is more than likely thut it will be revived this year. For old sores, skin eruptions, pimples, nlccrs aud aypnili*, nee only P, P, 1'., and get well aud eu joy the blesaing only to be derived from the u&e of P. P. P. j Prickly Ash, Poke Boot aud Potassium J. IN PETEpiG.1 THE COCKADE CITY. Many Matters to Interest Peters burgers in Norfolk Special Dispatch to The Virginian. PKTERSliUKO.Va., Juuuary :t.?Dr. Joseph NY. EgglestOU.'of Riobinoud, delivered tonight before A. P. liill Cauip of Confederate Veterans, of this city, a very interesting address, giving* experiences >n the artillery service. Or. Ggglestoc wan n Her geaut iu Lanikiu'a Mortar Battery, winch gained considerable reputa tum during its service around Pe? tersburg. His uddress was a most interesting one. A prouiiiiout wholesale grocer here told mo to day that the whole sale grocery business iu l'eteiebnrg for the year 18U4 would aoiouut to fully S'i.OUU.UOO. Ho euid that ull the wholoi-uie grocers had done u good busiuess, A will iulortned commission mor chant of Petersburg .informed me to-day Hint very lew peanuts hud been brought to Petersburg, and also that the farmers were not send? ing liero for peanut Backs, Ho was of tno opinion that n fair crop of "goobers had been raised, but that the pluiitcru were holding them. i Judge Drury A. Hintou, lute of the Supreme Court of Appeals, will shortly begin the practice of law I lure. Mr. Wii?nru J!. Nichols gave a mo.-t delightful receptiou at her I residence on L'mou street last uight iu honor of her two daughters, I Misses l.idiau und l'ugo Nichols, und Mistes Nettie Preston ami Net tio J'ratt, of Lexington, It is learned that the farmers in the adjacent counties have harvested a i-.i e quantity of ice. A gentleman from Washington, D. C, is hero to day looking at fho Hotel Brunswick, ou Tabb street, with a view to negotiating for a lease of the building. This is tno hotel formerly couduoted by Mr. Hen Hrown, who now resides in Norfolk. To day while laborers wero exeu vatn.g ueur Duulop's Station, in Cher-ierlieUl county, on the Rich? mond and Petersburg railroad-, two and n half miles from Petersburg, for dirt to bo used iu filling in the trestle work of the bolt line exten? sion of the Atlantic Const Liue,they unearthed the bodies of bcvi-rul soldiers who were buried there dur iug the lute war. The congregation of the West Bud Baptist Church are raising funda to erect u handsome brick church on the Bite of their present place of worship. Dr. Ceorge Cooper, of Bichmond, prenebos tho annual aermou before the West End Baptist Young Peo pie's Union at tho West End Baptist Church to night. Stuto Organizer Mullen, of Cum? berland, Md., addressed the several councils of the Junior Order 1'uitod Americun Mechunics of this city to night. There was u large turnout ul the members of the order. BERKLEY BRIEFS." Misses Kelly and Hundley, pupi - of the Rylaud institute, have re turned from their holiday vacation. Mr. Thomas J, Davis and Mi s Adbne Kiuley wero married last night at the residence of the bride, on West Main street, by Rev. H. N. Quisenberry. Mr. Curtis L. Old favored the W. A. N. Club with otic of his favorite solos Wednesday night, entitled "A Commercial Drummer," Miss Luilu Ethertdge, of Berklev, whs married n lew duys uyo in the county to .Mr. Martin. II os-is tl fit Ira. By Southern Associate 1 Pro-is. Paris, January 8.?A Cabinet Council was held in the Palauoa ol the Elysee io day, ut which M, Hau otaux, Minister of Foreign Agairs, laid before the ministers a protest from the Premier of the II iva Oov erumeut nguiust the occupation of Tamatnve by the French, which, t o Premier d< dared, was a violation >>i the treaty between Prance and Mud Bgascur. A dispatch was also read Irom Commander Biennamie, etat ing that tho IB.vus Lad murdered an English under near Tamatave, aud iuformiug tho government ol ins intention to declare u state of Biege ut Diego Suuie/.. Jrtpuu'a Arnii li e. oihkI. Bv Southern Associated Press. London, January .'}.?A dispatch from HiroEohimu to too (ilohe says it is impossible to send buck to Japan the sick und wounded ol the second army, Tho coast is ice bound uud communication either b\ sen or hind is impossible. In view of this condition the invalids will be treated in Held hospitals until spring. In tbu meantime the sick and wounded of the hr.-t army will be scut to Japan, there being ample uh-uus of communication unii traus portatp.iu. .lie Uitcxpocluri llikcliartte ol .-, Cm ?? it on. ( lose by would not ha.e a more disturb in?? effe t u on nerves wh h are vigor pusth.n an or nuy none ii|ou in ea muti are aeak and unstrung. \s a ner vin . HoSteitai s Stoma n . liter la Uli n led by prom, tu .line.-, on Hildas nmd.iti' n tney o? erco:..o lu a g.i-.t:e >:j*. oner, which i* the inust pi ?> in cause of nervousdehilit , nil s ich bj lo.;g h. it exists i!e eat ib oir^e men ure the action of sedadvea urn opiates. Mich remedies moieove . uecota t?te the mo of increasin ilu^s, and i n..i.y co sc to net a together, . xo>-\>t i.. dai gorous qiianfiths Tin y n ut reach the con? tain no not the tronnle. n I quiet the nerv ? only hy sent >para>y in them. K unlly oh oction b.o are lirov mi? ned catcl aleoho ic atini lauts. Kidney, bladder and liver trouble, malaria, on .tipatiou an rheum ti*ni are relieved by mo hitters, which also prouiut* a 1 elite and ul^htiy repose, Her Right Arm Paralyzed 1 Saved From St. Vitus Dance. "Our daughter, Blanche, now 15 years of age, had been terribly nf fllcted with nervousness, and had lost t ho entire use of her right arm We feared SL Vitus dance, and tried the best physicians with no benefit. She has taken :i bottles of Dr. Miles' Nervine and has gained 31 lbs. Her nervousness and symp? toms of St. Vit us dance are entire? ly gone; nho attends school regu? larly; has rccovi red eomph le use qfher arm, and her appetite is splendid." MKS. It. It. llL'LLOCK, Brighton, N.Yi Dr. Miles' Nervine Cures! Pr. Miles' Nervine is sold on a posit Iva guarantee that the first bottle will bene? fit. All druggists sell It at Si, o nott les is, or will hesout. prop iId <>n ruceipt of price bv Ur. Mllea Medical Co.. Elkhurt. lud. Sold by All Druggists, A LARGE STOCli OF Cotton Baskets, Oyster Bags, Coal and Pino Tar, WHICH WE ABE SELLING EXTREME? LY Luff. Consolvo & Taylor, Ship Chindlsrs and Grostrs, 96 Water Street. 'PHONE NO. Hi. Use the Celebrated Hill Dry Air Befriierator, Which has no zinc liinurj to oorro la ono cause- the couUuta to taste, it baa the Hill Patent Condenser and Purifier' which e.ivis 10 iletrrom of cold air. liuilt to suit suy pusposa snob aa butchers, grocers, saloons, ro-tauraata, etc A groat many in use iu iuj city Call -'na see it !or your-. II Ceo- La Grow, IS COMMERCIAL PLAUE, M A N L' F A UIL: 11U11' d A ? BIN 1 S. Wines for Xmas! 1 havo si-locto 1 nn i hivo now in store a large stock ot NAi I Vic Wl .ES i r the Doli ny trade, which 1 am nowselhng toi 11 per stolon foutiiainpton A pie liraiuly Molt s Sweet CMer Ahon lnr.it stock of Old Itye, Oort. Hint Rcotcti Wi.i - kics, Imported French llranriie*. Port and sherry Wiuee at reduced tariff rat j Native Champagne Equal to I Imported a Specialty. I have see ::o I the agency lor the Col I ebruted Mount Vernou WhiaKcy. .lust r< eived?26 casoa wluoh I am offering to the trade at distillors price). "W I?4T C3 ES , < ommereial Place (Old Market b iuaro) S3.'.ei - 109 CHURCH STREET. Tbe Time k ^?-^rssi v ii o of your want* Op Set ?.i?M?5l .i ti I nn a, I ion > h y t? , nn ii > mi lins/d c x m KHIll Q niciioir OckaliUgot BJUfvu, u-iio?.! Pith ES. <>:; I'rihi dr. Now types. Lowest , rices. JaDiiaryl/95 W?? ]>EMEMUEIt IHA " YOU It ITtOl'EHTX V may hosvrupi away without uotioo, ami tbat life's perio i of duratiou it in cortsiu. l'repar? for either omcr^nucy by wisoly t.laoin^ (NSDKANOB with lt. S. HOY KIN A CO.i No. 0 Mriu iitroot. Uffolk, Vs., -tfUS ?OOOOOOO f 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. ; SIOO WORTH OF GOODS, S2 GAS? \ AND $2 PER WEEK. [ $75 WORTH OF GOODS, S2 CAS? \ AND $1.50 PER WEEK. I $50 WORTH OF GOODS $1 CASH I AND $1 PER WEEK. \ $25 WORTH OF GOODS, 50G CASH I AND 50C PER WEEK. i Now is your time to p secure anything you i want for household uso X, on credit. THE x \ \ 205 and 207 C;.u:ch Strut, E has an immense stock ? to SELECT from I everything in the lino \ of I Furniture, Carpets, I Linoleum, Lamps, ? Crockery, Cook Stoves, * Heaters and ; Laundry Stoves, ? All of which can be se 5 CLOTHING FOB Credit, the protector of the masses, enables each and evey house? keeper to obtain just the goods desired with? out i he ready cash. Nothing like mv 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 comfortable. Why wait longer when you can furnish \ out home on such easy terms? All of the many things yati want to fur? nish and beautify your homes can be secured from THE Pioneer Installment House, 205 and 207 Church Stftet, in all the LATEST STYLES AND DESIGNS, all on the INSTALLMENT PLAN. High as 8 nud What id?fi docs the price in the newspaper convey to you of tho Appearance Y;duo of a Suit . Absolutely none. You need to see the Clotb.ee. Suppose We .iust eav. *We have b;i!t* roni Kight Pollari tj Twenty-five; Overcoit troir en t i Forty-five, and every (iarment has a I the talue wo can a - lord.t > crowd iutci it at tb" price. Von .ire not tco s. You expect to aeo a liiflf re no 1 etuoeu an I'iglit Doll tr Suit nud om at wcuty-flvo hat aaeu a Tau Dollar Overcoat nud a T irty. Can you buy ai Rood a lions*- foi two thoiitan 1 ilolinra as you can for live thou-an 1 i C.n yo i get as man) npplos or a "quarter" as you c.nu tor a ilo.lar't ( luthea aru 1 ku any other commodity: you get Value according to Lie money you pay. And voti want to see to it that you buy B >u!id Apples, and houses that wid not tumble dowui. 160 Main Street, corner Tal bot. A Good Thing Should lie Repeated For the benefit of those who may not have lie a id it. We therefore call attention again to our S9? which appeared before the public only four month dgo, and are now admitted to Ik-, the BEST BUGGY E\ ER OFFERED FOR THE MONEY. Price without Top, price With I rather Qunrter Top. S6Z>: pru-o with Full 1 ' r Top, *1 < l?se tnt-1 v tiou Justed Large -t?.ck nud excellent ns-orttneut of i IcHgure Vehicles at ?atUfactory pr:ots: als., Harnes?. Lap ltdbea. ate* A. nm suss, 24 and 26 Union Street. ^ Turnisri and Russian Baths. Church and Bute Streets. ? * SjT Is Our' Phone. I Largest Swimming Pools Van Telburg Hofrnan, ? in lhc South. Manager. PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT AND POTASSIUM - Makes Rfiarveious Cures in Blood Poison sE Rheumatism ^atiti Scrofula >? &?-! 9??? 5! i i ???? t ? i i i i l i l I I l I ? I I I I I I I I I I I I ^ Pimples, Biotches and Old Sores Catarrh, Malaria ^ snd Kidney Troubles ^? Are entirely removed by f JP. I*. *~"^Kkf -I'rlekly A?h, Polio Root and Pot ns- ' Blum, tho Kreutosi blood puf Del on ?? oa"b. .?<?J> AnKKDKVK, o. July21,1891. ?-.^g? MEflsna Lippmax flh.Ki., Srrnnnth. Ga. : Dual: Slits?I bought a Lotiu of "-^?asT yourP.P P. tit Hot aprhici.Ark.,rnd nga> It has done mo more jroort tuan thi'-o __r^r?1 moi tba'treatmeutat the no&Hprlngi, ??"?SS?* teua ihiHc iiott c. o. i>. .?,-3j3> Ktapiicitudy youra. "TrL JAM. M. NEWTON, '?<3?P Aberdeen, llrotrn County, O. _ t':i:>t. 3. it. Johnston. <- ?%%9 7V> nil ,rhom ll mit'j eonetrn: 1 liorw "??SS0 pv testify to the Wondorfnl properties rtH? or P. P. P. for ornpllons of tho akin. 1 """?21 Buftored for several j eara wit Ii mi un' ?Igbtly ?.nd disagreeable eruption on mtSttt my face, I tried every known remo dy I.in in vnlii.until P. p. p. was us.od, ? *%tm\9 ami am now entirely curoil. ^t. (Signed by j j. D. .ioiinston. ?? Ba/annab, Ua. ?'?ST^ J.t.iu Cancer Cored. * Tcstinony/rom lhe Mayor of Xfjuin.Tcx. **Mr BnoriN, Tux., January H, 1893. '~*s^ Mksses, Lipi>man Bros., Savannah, ?-s5P ?a.! ... iilemtn i i.h\.. tri.-il your p. j-ji P. ?. for a disease of tho akin, usually ' known as skin enncor,of thirty vi-nra' Rtiiiiilltiir. nml fimii.l treat rollet: IC piiriacathe 01.1 nml romovoa all Ir- ^~*aw rltntlotifrom tt.i- ?out <.r the diseaao . -*fl> nml prevents any anrendlng .if the jSL Boron. I havo taken ftveoralx bottles " nnd feel oonfldenl Hint anothnr course ^jp win .?it..CL a euro. It hat nlao relieved me from Indigestion und Momacb ??-era? troubles. Jfoura truly, ,-fa> OAPT. W. H. RU?T. ^^S. Attorney al Lav/. ? Bc3k oo Blood Diseases Koiieii Free, ALL DRUGGISTS BELL IT. ?<?> LSPPRflAN BROS. PROPRIETORS, '?^SO i.lppnintr? DloefcfflRTitnnah,Oa ~^^5L &??' p. p. p. purifies tho blood, bntido op By - tho Wenk Hint debllllated, niv?a Jl strength r.> weakened nerveB, ozpell 9*? dlaeaaea,KlvtiiKtho patient health and bapulnoss whore Mekneaa, gloomy foallnga and lassitude tlrat provallod. r.ir primary.*.ndary and tertiary syphilis, (or blood poi?ontn)t, mercu? rial poison, malaria, dyspepsia, and In all blond nnd skia illaeaaea, liko ' blotclioa, pimple?, old chronic ulcers, ? tetter. scald head, holla, erysipelas, rtff eor.emn wo may say, without fear of t oontrndlctlon.tbat P. p. p. la tho best blood purlllerln the w..rid,?ml makes posit ivo, speedy and permanent euros *r in all casea. Ladleswlioaosystems uro poisoned and whose blood la In an impure condi? tion, dun to menstrual Irregularities, era peculiarly benefited by the won dei fill t'.tnu uud liliinil cloanslnp prop ortieRof P. P. P. -- I'rlekly Ash, Poko pool and Potaaetnui. 8rniNoKii:t.n, V.u., Ante. Vlth. 1893. ? I call apeak In tho blithest terms i.f your DIOdloluO from my own personal knowledge. I waanffected with hnnrr. disease, pleurisy and rbeumnt,am f >r "> ? 8o years, was treated by the very best pliv'Klelaim ami ap--iit hundreds of dop lnr\tried every known remedy with? out finding relief. I havo only taken one t.ottlo of y.ur p. p. p., and ean Cbocrfully say It lias done mo morn iro.vl t lian anj thlnjr 1 have orer taken. 1 can : tronimono your tne.llelno to all ?UflerorS ot the above diseases. MKS M. M. VKARY. Sprlrjgflold, Clreuu Couiuy, Mo. SHARP & GWATHMEY, 36 Main Street, REAL. ESTATE. FOR SALE. VYe oOer eoino of the must desfrabls inTestmeutu uow on the marael. run; Went knd rotndonoo, d7xl'J0 feat. ho. ltiV drauoy street. No. Ti-i ami 224 Bute street, enenient rental prop, rtiea on Oburen, Bmith, WilioaRhby, .u-unes aud lteiluy btr. ots ?ttoaiit lots on Punmore. lirowor, 1'riiifeni Anno. Plume. lliv< rside, Wind? sor nun Now t UHtie Btroeis, and I ark. Wil onifbbv, Uentral au.i 15 Aveouos, uud mam more atlLaiuburl'a Point. FOR REftST i^loio l'J I'nion street, ?ii, 337 t,?ueoD ?treat, fj.oi o 2i Union itreel Uou-e 5 Wu on struct. I Hour- 00 PllltlU hm', et, Houses on liermuda street. 321 > am a ire t i Vnroioutli street, attire lU l am; i<troot, ?iliees an i tieeniut; apnrtnianta oa Oraliti v st! BOS I now of now iioasas P. A. nvoiiuo e?? ten it d -o. 8 I.oyall's lane. I OfUces on B-ronnd floor, ;i; Main atmet I Otto i ;o suit applicant*. INow hou*o, ltlveraide, 7 coooaj and btaUio C3 s>tal;a). j 12 m.