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NORTH CAROLINA
NEWS AND GOSSIP
Investigation of Russell's Re?
moval of Commissioners.
NORTH CAROLINA FISHERIES
Uerrlue Flslierl- Have No Oltl Nlnck
on Ilrtnd? I. ? i in.im t'Hy Imltt??
trlcm OJinrtei cit ? stale Priming
?3ov?Tiior Itu??cll*a Preincrement ?
Fintnr Meets und WimeCnn He Dono
Wim Tbom- K<cglalMtlon.
(Special to Vlrelnlan-rilot.)
Raleigh, N. C, Jan. 21.? It is Inlt
Uiatcd that some oC the Republican
members of the Legislature will cer?
tainly not support the Governor in. the
matter of ousting as Railway Commis?
sioners J. W. and Otto Wilson. The
?special committee eC Investigation will
begin its work Monday.
N. C. FISHERIES.
Dr. W. R. Capohart, owner of the
great shad and herring fishery nt
Avoca, is here, nnd so Is Mr. Wood,
owner of the equally great fishery near
Edcnton. There are several bills be?
fore the Legislature in regard to nets
In the Sounds. It has been stated that
these nets do not reach the bottom, but
It is said that they really do.
Dr. Capehart says that tor the first
time In years the herring fisheries will
begin the season with a clear market;
that is with no old stock on hand.
They called nil in and njade fertilizers
of it Dr. Capehart's annual herring
catch Is about 1,250,000; that of Mr.
Wood about 1,600,000. Dr. Capehart
leads in the shad catch, as It ranges
Yroirr4?,000 to S?.OQO. These North Car?
olina shad are shipped to Fulton mar?
ket, New York, as the rtisti-ihutln!;
point, and thence ko all over New Eng?
land and the West.
ELIZABETH CITY CHARTERS.
The State to-day granted three char?
ters to Elizabeth City corporations: the
North Carolina Iron Works, George M.
Scott and others, owneiw; the Eliza?
beth City Hupgy Company, J. <?>. A.
Wood and others,'owners, und the Car?
olina New Lifrht Company, J. H. White
and others, owners.
Tho fusion Legislature took forcible
possession of tho office of A. L. Slmson,
Its enrolling clerk, nnd only paid him
pa/rt of his salary. The present Legis?
lature agrees to allow him $120.
STATE PRINTING.
The question of the State printing Is
to be settled next Tuesday by the Joint
committee. The Legislature will no
doubt act promptly on Its report. No
printing Is to cd out of tho State. It
is said there will be bidders from
several points in the State.
In one of the caucuses of the Rc
publlcans in the Legislature a negro
member said he knew his race had been
a clog and a hindrance to the Republi?
can party In the State, and said he fell
sure the elimination of a great party of
the negro vote would be effected. Ho
added that It was his bellet thai In
a few years this elimination would
strengthen the Republican party,
POOR GOVERNOR RUSSELL.
Tt is amusing to hoar the comments
of some of tho Republicans regarding
Governor Russell. One of them said
last night: "He has no following; he
has no patronage, "Without pat i on.me
a Governor does not 11 mount l<> any?
thing."
Republicans get queer ideas in their
heads. One of them says he has heard
party leaders say that they wanted to
see Western North Carolina (West of
Greensboro) and East Tennessee form?
ed Into a separate State, and that th( v
knew It would be Republican. When
asked why they wanted to thus cut
adrift from Eastern North Carolina he
said it was to get rid of the negro.
SUGAR BEETS;
-The revival of n,,-> r- ,l....r tn mir..
gar beets and make sugar on the greal
penitentiary farms is of peculiar Inter?
est Just now, when one of the great
problems is what to do with tho con?
victs. Members of the Penitentiary
Committee will visit the Virginia and
Tennessee penitentiaries and see how
convict labor Is utilized.
A DAY'S LEGISLATION.
The Senate to-day passed a bill pro?
viding that if any surety company
ngalnst Which Judgment Is recovered
falls to discharge the same within CO
days It shall forfeit its license to do
business in North Carolina.
Rills were Introduced In the House to
punish vagrancy by ,?o day*' labor on
publlc roads; to make adult* ry between
whites and blacks a felony, punish tble
by not less than four months- Jail Im?
prisonment nnd riot more than five
yeor3* penitentiary Imprisonment; to
punish persons carrying concealed
weapons by $15 fine for fust offenno and
J3o for each subsequent offence: t.. pro?
vide for the punishment of i
trusts, conspiracies nnd combinations.
(This is the most extreme bill Intro?
duced so far this season).
The sessions of both House and Son?
ate were uninteresting. The House
passed a bill to publish the hist >ry of
each North Carolina regiment in the
Confederate service.
In the House to-day a bill failed to
pass to Rive to Lamb's ferry, across
Pasquotank tIvct near Elizabeth C ty,
exclusive right for three miles up and
down stream. A bill was introduced In
the House to form the Naval Reserves
Into a Brigade, and make the <-..m
manding officer of Naval Brigade cid
to the Govorhor, with rank of Commo?
dore.
EMZAIir.TII ?II V.
Elizabeth City, N. C? Jan. 21 ?The
people of this community will be sorry
to know that Abner ] learning, col ? I,
died at his home, on Matthew street,
at 1 o'clock to-day of pneumonia. Ab?
ner was one of the best colored vocal?
ists we had nnd was without doubl the
best liked colored person in this place,
He wns about six feet high and
weighed a fraction less than 300 pounds
and hud only been elck one week. All
the people of this city greeted him by
the name of "Big Abner" Fearing.
Madam Amae, the spiritualist and
business trunce woman, is In the city.
Our town Is crowded with drummers
and they nil seem to do well
Mrs. Vetle Morgan left foi
to-day to nurse C. W. IColl i r, Jr.,
who is very 111.
F.DKNTOIT,
Edenton, N. C, Jan. 21.?A number
of Northern sportsmen are in our lit?
tle city this niornlng.
We hear that Mr. D. W. Raper ha.=
purchased the entire stock of groceries,
hardware and wood and willow ware of
Mr. J. A. Woodard and will run sum
in connection with his mill, using the
fame store now occupied by r>!r. Wood?
ard.
The following well known ladles find
gentlemen will |ako part In the ;
formanccs of "Captain Eick" al ihc
Opera House next Thursday and Fri?
day nights: Misses Emma VValtei
Lillio White. Goldie Kramer, Sua Win?
ston, Maude Harn ill, Lieutenant b.
Badbhm. Maj'or J. <'. Bond, I tili
C. B. Elliott, .Messrs. T. Wright War?
ren, A. W. Hawkins, Theo. Ralph,
George Makely, E. W. Burton, W. R
Brothers, R. II. Br nkley, Z. B. Mnrrcll,
W. H. Hedrlck. Bohman Harris. Eu
gene Gertbam and Bassett Wlllard, i n I
a large detail from the Edcnton Eight
Infantry. Heats are already I) lilt;
called for largely, though they do n< t
K'< on sale until Tuesday morning
Friday night will be special school
children's night, when special atl atloi
will be given the entertaining of oil "i
nur public and private school chlldr u
The Eight Infantry will make it dress
parade Thursday afternoon.
It I Ii t IOKI?.
(Special to Vlrglnl.in-P.Uot.)
Hertford, N. C, Jan. 21.?Mr. T. D.
Saunders returned fron a tr:i> thi ; 1
Camdcn and PaSquotonk counties
terday.
Rev. G. M. Tolson left f >r Wind! r
to-day.
Mr. J. A. Boyce made a Hying trip to
Edcnton to-day.
Efforts ate bring made to form a .!.
O. U. A. M. lodge at this pi ice.
The Baptist Church has had new fur?
niture added to tho pulpit.
JAI'UNON.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Jackson, N. C., Jan. 21.?The most
charming dance of tho seas ?n was giv?
en at Hotel Bungwyu ktst evening.
Among some of the couples were: Miss
Bowen, with Mr. H. K. Bungwyn; Miss
Weaver, with Mr. W. H. Picard; Miss
Maggie ri'iuharl. with Mr. l'ollo I:
Burgwyn; Miss Alston, with Mr. Rus
e'.i Burton; Ml*? Sullle Peebli with
Mr. C. O. Peebles; Miss Annie Peebles,
with Mr. John Joseph Eon-., Miss
Daisy DeLoatch, with Mr. J'.. II. Pi?
card; Miss lAiclle BUanceli, with Mr.
joe Ifardy; m:.-.j PecW h, Pel rsburg,
with Mr. Levy Tyb r; Miss Osborn, Bal?
timore, with Mr. John Vahn; Dr. and
Mrs. W. V. M?orc, Mr. and .Mrs. 1:. .1.
Gay.
Stag.-: Norwood Hill. Stuart Hill, 1.
C. Harrison. Win. A. Grant, Kirk Holl >?
man ami Ridley Burgwyn.
Mr. Pollock Burgwyn, with his usual
price and skill, led tie- intricate flgui'i ;
t f the gern- m wi.;h Miss Ma? rle Urqu
Ivart. of Bertie county. The Woldon
orchestra furnished music.
Ktlt'KT MOUNT.
Rocky Mount, N. <*.. Jan. 21.?The
proposition to put In a system of wa?
ter-works ami sewerage let receiving
much attention here now. A m
of tho citizens of the town will be held
at Taylor ,fc t'uthroll's hall n \t Wed?
nesday night to hear tie; report of the
committee direct! l 10 obtain data and
to decide lipon a course of action.
Nash criminal court will begin Mon?
day, January 22dj Judge Dossey Bat?
tle presiding. Tho docket is i 1 i
one. Klinball, who in las: year shot
and killed a man iniined Ehmb, a-.
Springhope, will in- tried at this term.
'J'he Rocky MOtliit Steani Piro Com?
pany will give their annil b?nqtn >'
the Hammond Hall next week. The
affair will be an elaborate one.
The Winston Journal says: The "< ?I j
Slat- of Wille ." mu t be Hooded with
cattle ami hoirs. Six car loa da p ? ? ed
through lite city last week. Tie- last
lot was two carloads, which i>as cd
through Saturday evening. One v. ,
billed lot- Raleigh and the oth. r for
Philadelphia- _
7K private l?Tfi r received here from
an ofllcer in the First North Carolina
regiment now In Cuba, states that it Is
believed that this regiment will be
dcred to Raleigh In ninety days to be
mustered out.
NERY?US DEPRESSION.
t* TALK W ITH MRS. PWKHAM 1
A ?woman with the blues is a very nh?
I comfortable person. Mm is illogical,
unhappy and frequently hysterical.
The. condition b( the mind known as
_i^Jlie blues," nearly always,with wo?
men, results from diseased organs or
generation.
It is a source of winder that in Ibis
npe of advanced medical science, any
person ?hoiild still believe thai nil n
forco of will and determination will
overcome depressed faints and nerv?
ousness in women. These troubles are
indications of disease.
Every woman who doesn't under?
stand lier condition should Write to
Lynn, Mass., to Mrs. Pinkham for 1
advice Her advice is thorough i un
mon sense, and is the counsel nt a
learned woman of prent oxitorience.
Read the story of Mrs. T\ s. Rrnni i r,
Westphalia, Kansas, aa told in tho fol?
lowing letter:
" Di Ait Mits. Pikkham:?1 hare suf?
fered for over two years with falling,
enlargement and ulcoratioji of Hie
womb, and this spring, being in such
a weakened condition, caused mo to
flow for nearly six mouths. Some time
ago, urged by friends, i wrote to yon
for advice. After using the treatment
which you advised for a short time,
tliat terrible flow stopped;
"I urn now gaining strength and
flesh, and have bulter health 111 ia i
liave had for tho past ten years. 1
wish to say to all distressed, suffer?
ing women* do not suffer longer, when
j thero is ono co kind and Willing to
aid yon."
Lydia E. Pinkhum's Vegetable Com?
pound is it woman's remedy for wo?
man's ills. More than a million wo?
men have, been benefited by it.
?. B. B.- Botanic Blood Balm -Cures Old Stubborn Blood
and Skin Diseases Where Other Remedies Fail?
B. B. B. Cures Because it Drives the
Bad Blood Out of the System.
i, 6. Mailed to
Sufferer Who Writes for It.
J f you h a v c
tr!e;l sarsaparlt
11. patent medi?
cines and rlOiOtor
ed, and .?tili k?v(
o I d i> e rslste nt
SKirps, pimplet.',
distressing orup
t i.i.s of tue skin,
painful t'orc.s oil
hands, arms or
less, itching sen?
sation-. Irritating
skin trouble, e -
ISOt oful-.ts
1'olson, (? ver
sores, mercurial
rheumatism, < a
larrh, bails, face
covered with ;it
tlo sorts, cancer
or any b 1 o o d
taint, i give B. rt. Ii. a trial, because
11. i: Be Rotanic Hlood Ualm?Is made
lor just such cases, and It cures, to stay
? ?? :. the ?? > lubborh bkod diseases that
othoi in ;?:? i" medicines fail even to bene?
fit; II. B. 11, eurer, because It forces all
t'i> poison or Impurity or blood bum is
(Which cause biood and slsln dlfea?es) out
?I till body, bones and entire system. We
have thousands of testimonials, anil to
ri move oil doubt we offer to prove the
curatiVe j iwera of B, I'.. B. to any suf?
ferer by !?? tiding n sample bottle "of 1<
lt. B. absolutely free. it. U. n. i;. an - id,
well tried remedy, hence we know thit
It cur. s to stay cure,!, for peoplo cured by
lt. lt. I'.. y us ago are well to-day and
free from all blood Impurities.
CANCER, TUMORS, LUPUS.
In Tills Your Trouble?
Any form of cancer, as cancer of the
hose, mouth, face, ear, neck, internal or
external, nre ill cured by H. U. I'.. Caii
eer usually begins in a small pimple or a
slight blow, and gradually develops into
a cancer?llttlo sores develop until
the surl ice comes raw mid ulcerates.
The angle of the nose is most frequently
attacked, l'erhhps th? little sore ttovel
o . . a the !i;>. which becomes thick, and
lh sufferer loses coutt 1 of tlu-m; Inter
the glims he. eino soft, the teeth loose und
lall em. and the throat ulcerates. If you
suffer with any of the ubo'vo symptoms
don't lav an Ii Mir bat pro? lire a bottle
of 13. 11. I!, and get a Start towards a
eure. Th's ?lis.-ase ::? is wi rse. und will
surely <ni 'n death unless the sores are
arrest, d and the bad blood driven out of
the b ? ly by ft. B. B.
Begin tal.ir.i-- It. It. it. cn the appear?
ance if ilrst symptoms, or as soon
us you hovo the slightest suspicion of
. an ? :'. I' m- *'? ? sootier you begin, the
? . you will be cured, and the less
will be your sufferings. Surgical opt ra?
tions nru useless, as the use of knife
rarely, If cVefj cures, because the trouble
is .;? . ,. dawn In the bio.ill, and you can't
out the bad blood out, while It. B. R.
easily removes tbo bad blood from the
!.? !?? and Ilms cures. Wo havo many
grateful testimonials from peoplo who
have been . ired by B. B. It. of cancer,
ulcers and tumors.
-?.HuUMATISIYI AMD KIDNEY
TROU-L-S.
j utmost catttloh should be taken
lhe blood pure and the body liealt
?re is no excusb for the proVal
symptoms of ftngnant. impure hlood In
t. . ly when 1;. U. IS. will clean the
bad l'.>'< 1 out
t'l o i laxed nnd .?'.ujr.T'.sh action of the
Ox i I organs loads the blood with
?v t material that poisons it and brings
i ; iches. rheumatic pains, sleepless
nights and kidney troubles, duo solely to
th > circulation In the blood, or deposit in
th ? tissues ot the;., waste matters, which
B. Ji. B. uljne will u.ua:kly drive out.
BLOOD POISON.
JVolo *vvi iptoui?.
The follnvit.g syaiDtoras 5r.dlr.ate Blood
!'? son. '".ther inheri ted or acquired, anil
un . is the poison 1?driven out of the body
the flesh finally ict.s away, or tbo heart
i om< - affected, and death ensues from
"Heart Disease." There Is no occasion to
go to the il^t Springs or consult expen?
sive doo.ors. which rarely cure anyway,
when this grand Bohmte Blood Halm is
at hand, and which roally cures after nil
else falls.
Ilnvo you pimple?, or little pore?, pain?
ful swellings, ulcers or mucous patch's
la throat or mouth. B?T0 eyes or nose,
slow discharge! from the ears, copper
< ilorcd spots (at times the spots nre red
or pink), sores on the ba< k, or ulcers on
leg I? Pustules, color bad, skin itches
and burns, aejdng bones. Hlood hot nnd
feverish, feet or Rands pug up and swell.
Hair and eyebrows fall out. soro throat.
All these symptoms won't occur In any
one person, but any one who has ac?
quired Hlood Poison win experience one
or liiere of thu above symptoms. If you
have used the mercury treatment of the
!?-< toM you are likely to experience, mer?
curial Rheumatism and ach? a nnd pnli.s
iu the bones. Begin taking B, H. B. at
oiice, at any stage of the Disease, nnd in
one to four months the poison will be
driven cue of the entire system and a
euro will r< suit. All the sypmtoms will
gradually disappear, and you will be
tppy i nee moru. Some peoplo think thai
this disease can't be cured, but we have
over 200 testimonials of cures by B, B. P..
Bomo < f them thu worst cased wo ever
beard of. ,
It. it. lt. I." a powerful Blood Remedy,
dlscovi r I by Dr. Cillam, tie- Atlanta
spi ilallst B. It. H. Is perfectly Kat'o to
uso by old or young, and cures when nil
. i.iila. B. P.. 1 >. for kjIo by druggltds
everywhere, ?i per large bottle, ? bottles
$.V<W.
Send for Free Trial Hot tic.
The above rtatements of facts prove
enough for tuty sufferer from bad Hlood
thai Botanic Hlood Balm (B, H. B.) or
three B's cures terrible Blood diseases, so
it' >ou Stifter from any blood trouble the
best plan Is to cot started toward a cure
by buying .? full-sized large bottle ot b,
l:. B. :;t once of your druggist, for the
sooner you begin taking B. B. b, the
^ toner yo > will set cured. Full and cotn
pli :?? dlrcc t ins about washing, diet, &a,
g(j with each bottle. Wo will ship, prc
; rtd, :: Ip.t;-,. bottles on receipt of $l'.4v, in
stamps. 'I'o prove the wonderful curative
rtues of 11. B. H. we send to any sur?
ft rer a sample bottle of B. B. B. free of
charge.
Address plainly, BLOOD HA DM CO., S!
Mitchell street, Atlanta, Georgia, n mi
aami bottle ? ?' B. B. B. and valuable
pamphlet on Hl< oil and Skin Diseases will
:.t you by return mail. Describe
y?ur lympioma ami personal freo medi
. : ddvtce will be given. Jal.V-2
The Greatest Mark-Down
Bale On Record T
1
inning at S a. m. JANUARY 2,1, 1S90, \vt will iuaugurate
(he most SENSATIONAL MARK-I iOWN SALE of
fllcn's, Youifts*, Bop' and Ciiinren's cioirxino
EVER HELD IN THE HISTORY OF NORFOLK.
[?very garment on our tables has been so reduced in price as to
give more than double value to every purchaser.
11 s will be a never-to-be-forgotten value-giving opportunity.
Be oh hand earlv and get cream of selection.
THESE ARE A >EW OF THE PHENOMENAL BARGAINS:
Men's
?
Mr
PuP
atrotu? arid durable; fancy
? h H ? ? It- ?C j i>
M en'i Hin tc and Blue Beaver Over
rantced fast color, <fc . OA
worth : >. i ins illdatcd price.. ?P4? Jy)
Men's Heavy Diagonal Capo Mackln
:.' woi iii et Q7
? ?. ? price . ?P?.OJ
Children's Suits, dour>le-hrrn.--tcd styles,
Kcl .?tvle worth J1J, OA I Plain plaid* and fancy effects. QOr*
. ??>"*"? /O j worth JH. consolidated price.... "?U
>i!t?. n,-r<* 4 to in years,
a, Black CheVldta arid Fancy
v. rtli . .Oy
well mc.de. douh'
Ail-Wool and Worsted
rfect, /. fiA flfl sdyii - in c.issimores. ?4 a-j
rice . . J,; 1 wi rth .J. ,:, Lit d price.... ?P I . *>Z
iritan Overcoats, fully to
worth IS.?O. ton- <f3 Q? 1 plaltla, suits up to ?< years, ?t f 00
. ipO.yi | ... ,-tri 51. consolidated price... ?PI.^O
11 Idl Suits, all-wool. In chr-us and
> years,
price...
Men's rants 33c
Children's Parity
.. 83c., j1.s1 J1.C2. IhM.
10c., 17? ?. - ? , i , 41 c
CANNON BEI
Opiicsi'e Academy cf Music.
219 Main S!., Norfolk, Va.
J
? "ILK HQ fertilizers/
ARMOUR'S PORE ANIMAL high grade,
Recommended by ourselves and others as the best sold. Prices low, quality
considered.
o\: ' o^'Ai ; v:S, fully reliable.
Have been carefull) tested and pronounced first-class. Prices cut low to meet
the market.
ST. I?L top DRESSERS, both bh?mds,
Your int? i Is demand that you investigate our goods and prices before buying
NORFOLK FARM SUPPLY CO.
McD. L, WRENN, Proprietor. GECX B. TODD, Manager
E. L. MATER. , WM. M. WHALE X.
MAYER & CO.
Manufacturers' Agents, Importers and
Dealer? in
MACHINERY
nrd supp'l's. Toots, Shafting nnd rulleys.
Engines and Boilers, Pumps. Injectors.
Syphones Hose, Iron ripe ami Pitl nga.
Valves, Cocks. &c.. Saws. Ratting Oear,
Holts. Nuts, WasbOTS, Belting, Packing,
Waste Iron. Steel. Kails, '>ils. Cordage.
Wo guarantee tho quality of our goods
and ulso prompt delivery, and with in?
creased facilities we are prepared to meet
all competitors. Inquiries and ordern ao
UciUd.
3S COMMERCIAL PLACE.
NORFOLK.VIRGINIA.
Jul5-eod-ly
Norfolk Iroa Works,
GEO. W. DUVAL & CO.,
NO. 13 WATER STREET. NORFOLK.
ENGINES. BOILERS, SAWMILL und
all kinds of machinery of the most im?
proved patterns. Also repairing at the
shortest notice. Particular attention to
steamboat work. DUVAL'S PATENT
BOILER TUBE FBRRULE8 are tho
only perfect remedy for leaky boiler
tubes. They can be Inserted In a few
minutes by any encir.eer, and aro war?
ranted to stop leaks.
saw mill;
And Railroad Supplies,
HARDWARE AND SHIP CHANDLERY
"Giant" and "Gtant Planer," Leather
Belling, "Glar.t." "Granitc," und "Shaw
nut" Rubber Belting,
Agent for Knowles' Steam Pumping
Machine. oeil-tf
\><^<><?>-0-C>-C>O<1>-O<>00'0<T><K'>
I R'EEVES WOOD PULLEYS \
$ ?WILL NOT?
* SLIP ON THE SHAFT.
? THE PORTER-McNE&l G0.|
? * ?> o -o o - > o <s? <> -ts-o-o-o ?? <&?<>
O O O O <?? O O o o o <^> o
? Have You Tried It Yet?*
0
0
Is It not your duty to yourself .
to 'jok as well as possible? It V
Fhould be on cv ry dressing tabi
? HARMLESS,
A
0
EFFECTIVE. *
PLEASANT. r>
A toilet nrtlcle. not a dyo. By
nourishing tho roots, restores the
Oh.-ilr to Its natural color and nlves
vigor nnd beauty. Prevents b.ild
A nr-s. Stops dandruff. Reliable tes
v ilmonia'.s:
A (Prom Rev. E. T. Batrd, Scc'y cf
~ Publication of Presbyterian
A Church, south. Richmond.)
~ The Xantblna Is the only hair
A dressing I have ever used Which
ban removed the dandruff from the.
A scalp and made my hair soft and
v pliable. It I.af. al.-a Ii.?!.... I my
A hair to Its natural color; and by
occasionally using It n.? a hair
A dressing, 1 have no doubt :t will
w preserve the color. R. T. BAIBL.
At all druggists; Pr.co 11.00.
Insist on getting It.
Ecnd for clrcularrs.
XANT MINE COM PA NY.
A, 1 ;.? Iiniond, V.\.
<?> O O" O O O -C' -'> tO O O
Told m dost.
Heating by Gas no longer an experiment.
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Pi
CITY GAS COMPANY,
H- L. R ICE. J. J. HUMPHB F.YS,
Superintendent. Aclinc; Secretary.
irwin S EXPRESS CO.,
218 Waters!., Fliona 6.Either Phone
We haul anything to and from any.
where In iho three cults.
Special facilities for hauling Safe*
Boilers, furniture nnd Pianos.
Lots filled und filling wanted.
FIRST??
IN THE GRATES OF IT3
COUNTRYMEN.
Toms Creek Coal!
NONE BETTER. TRY IT ONCE.
COAL FACTS_
There's a world of difference In fires.
They're like people: sonio bright and
cheery, others gloomy and dull. For
downright good company, even if it does
make you stand off. It's hard to beat a
Toms Creak lire. Wo also sell all bizcu
" P?IIE BEST Q?EL1IY.
Tour orders always have our prompt
attention.
TRIGG & WIL1YIER, Agents.
S3 GRANBT STREET, Main Office.
IC NIV1SON STREET. Yards.
ROTH PHONES.
We have on hand a fresh supply of
III
.bill
liavlnjr recently put In a spl ttln? ma.
chltio we now mate no extra chargo fot
splitting.
Persons haytng wood aUvea will dJ
wt!l to order
from us.
COAL of ALL KINDS
and best quality, at lowest market prlc?
at wholesale and retail.
lie Him l Ii u
No. IM Mnln St.. Norfolk Va.
Just Received
A fresh supply of ths
kanawhFsplint
The superior of all grate coals.
We are Ihc sole agents.
Geo.W.Taylor&Co
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
ANTHRACITE
AND BITUMINOUS
61 GRAN BY ST. 'Phone 34.
CENTRAL WHARF._'Phone 1*7.
WATCH FOR 1899.
To every cash purchaser of a ion of
coal from us until further notice, wa
Will Hive a card endorsed by us which
iviii < ntltlo the holder upon payment o:
JJ03 to one elegant Electro Cold-plaP 1
Watch or a handsome ease of s . r
pial d Ware, containing C Knives, 0
Tablespoons and >'? Teaspoons. We h,ave
i |r< ady delivered s< vcral of these watch, s
which WO lind keep excellent time. Cata?
log ua at otir ofllcc.
CHAS. F.. SCOTT & CO.,
POO LOVITT AVENUE.
'Phone.-, 113C-251.
?<J>oo ooo o<>o o<?o OOC>
t T?3 coniiMclai Cafe, |
? SO and 92 Roanoke Square, J
? STEAMED OYSTERS, |
A SPECIALTY. 0
LITTI.r. I'.AY ANb l.VNNMAVIIN OYS- A
f> TORS SHRVCD EXCLUSIVELY. J
mi"; 1' 3 a CA 1,1..
? SteKMED OYSTERS. *
>3?<>0 OOO OOO O<3>0<>
CUTLERY!
The largest and most complete ns
s itne :it of all binds of Cut lory can be
seen at my store. Carving h"ts, Table
Knives and Pockot Cutlery. In all the
lending mnkes of the world. The latest
novelty in a Hieb tirade Pocket Knife,
\iith f?ll view of Hobson, Dewey, Samp?
son, Bchlcy and Fltzhugh Leo on tho
handles, which are made of solid bronze
and nlllimlum. The handsomest and
j-r,. , ? tjjo market. See them.
P. J, MALBONi
Roth Phonos, 4M. ico Commercial Place.
IE 08,
New Year's Greeting
Wo beg to return our thanks to the
public i ir the liberal patronage bestowed
upon ns during the past year, and trust
bv strict attention to your wants, with
lowest prices and polite att<nilon, to
merit a continuance of the same.
We have many Holiday Novelties left
over, which we are offering at greatly
reduced prices; also lots of odds and
ends of Hardware and Household floods,
which wo wish to close out beforo stock
taking.
COMO early for Pennine bargains.
WHITE HARDWARE CO.,
309 Main Street.
NQRFQt-K, VIRGHSH?
? ?0
In order to make room
for Spring Goods we
will sell all heavy winter
weight Shoes at a price
that will cause you to
wonder.
We must have room, as
our Spring Stock wUI be
here in less than 30 days.
Prices below are for cash
only.
Men's S5.00 Shoes
Reduced to $4.00
A\en's $4.00 Shoes
Reduced to $3.00
Men's $h$0 Shoes
"Reduced to $2.7$
Men's $3.00 Shoes
Reduced to $2.2$
Ladies' $h$0 Shoes
Reduced (0 $2.7$
Ladies' $3.00 Shoes
Redu ced lo $2.$0
Ladies' $2.$0 Shoos
Reduced to $1.75
Ladies' #2.00 Shoes
Reduced too #1.?0
Boys', Youths', Misses' and
Children's Shoos reduced in
proportion.
It will pay you lo examine
oui slock.
382 CHURCH ST.
ESSENTIAL!
We n grot having small-pox among
tin, ami it is the duty of every one to
0 every precaution to prevent its
increase.
Cleanliness and Disinfection are es?
sential ns a protection to ourselves and
our ii( Ighbors.
The cellar, yard and nil drain pipes
should be disinfected once a week with
one of the following :
CHLORIDE LIMB, Co., 10c. and 15c.
box.
CARBONATED LIME, 20c. bucket
CARBOLIC ACID, 25c; bottle.
CREOLEUM, and 40c. bottle.
111!
206 MAIN ST.
Goods delivered free in
Berkley and Atlantic City.
P rtsmouth,
The native who gathers 11'? raw rub?
ber has but little idea of tho uses to
which it will be put.
A large us ortinont of articles made
frjin thfs highly valuable substance U
contained In our s tock of Tollot Goods
The purity Of the rubber, mid the skill?
ful manlfacturlng, has produced articles
of equality which will give entire satis?
faction under the most constant and try
liar wear.
Owing to an advantageous purchase wo
aro onabled to offer them at prices very
much below normal.
KOIIKRT Fi HOLMES & CO.,
NEW NO. 1?G MAIN STREET.
PHONE -T.1--! my25-eod-8U.w.f-ly
DO YOU KNOW
WHMT ?
RENOVATING HAIR MATTRESSE8.
We have all kinds In stouk, and made
. f best matt rials.
WILLARD E. BROWN.
1S3 Main street.
i? is * ?on.pouoBoei
remedy f..r Qonorrb?*,
gif**. ^pennatorrW >,
? loir., unnalntal di..
I <-iiam.-?, ?r nnr Ihllaraina
llon, Irrit.itiua or ulrern
.......v_ tt?n et nnooua mem*
|tHL{yt'<3CHCi"p>t0l. bt.ia-i. Non-?strinxcut.
- .\olU by Di-nKEliiU,
or rent in plain wrapper,
by uam*. pn paid, for
*I.?K>, or :i bottle*, ?.7?.
Circular *eo?, '?Ki-e.'.i

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