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Bat<\ _wantej3._ AGOOD COOK CAN GOT GOOD wages at 120 Wood street. None but a good, ono trait tea._inhH '?NTBD. ?' A LARGE ROLLER Ton Desk end Medium Klzo Iron Baf"o, cheap for cash. "X.." car? Vlr glnlan-Pllot._R* ANTED. ? A FIRST-CLASS CAB Jnet-iuaker, to makn hard wvod cabinet mantels; also a llrst-claB3 wo->d turner. Address P. O. R>x No. 89, Eden ton, N. C._mhM WANTED. ? 1000 WtEfH TO l'UK chose our spot I il $1.50 Derby, equal to $2.n0 1iut sold by others. T. L. STRAW HAND <.\;., IXil .Main, titreet, Btcrvens' Old Stund._mhli-tf ANTED?A POSITION' AS CLERK by a young Juan of*experience, who understands shipping clerk and book? keeping; At references. Address this of? fice; BUSINESS. mchl2-3t* \TH ANTBD. ? INSTRUCT! 1R IN (!? I - vv uno) Music lessons, bo be received at night; malo teacher preferred; state terms, etc., (In Norfolk). N. S. 11.. > I. R. Luke. 4CS-110 Water street. Ports? mouth', Va. mhll-3t WANTED-TO LEASE PORJ TERM of years, Office, lower fl >ov; central? ly located; rent, not to exceed ?25 per month. Address J. J. DORSE Y, -i"7 church street. mcliia-3t? WANTED. ? A GOOD SECOND band Refrigerator; must bo in pOod condition: large Blzo. Address A. 'A., Virginian-Pilot office. mhli-3i WANTED. ? YOPXG MAN. 25, DE slrcs jiosltiof. of some kind; nine years' experience. Iii general ofllco work and assistant bookkeeping; at present temporarily employed with responsible Norfolk firm; can glvo bcsl of references. Address H. 8. i*.. care Virglnlan-Pllot Publishing Co., City Hall avenue. mhS-lw i jhelp wanted-male WANTED. ? RELIARLE MAN TO travel in this and nearby towns; salary and expenses w< ekiy: state age nnd occupation. Address GLOBE CO., 72.; Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa, mhii-:u _he lpwante d?fe iwale^ BUSINESS WOMAN FOR PERMA ncnt traveling position. $(!<> per montli and expenses guaranteed. Refer? ences resulted. CLARK & CO.. 234 S. 6th Btrrvl, l'hlhidclphln. Pa. fe2-1.mn'.l j5gentsw AJVmED. WANTED?GENERAL AGENTS AND I Salesmen for an entirely now and meritorious article, having ready sale to mills, factories, warehouses, hotels, public building.-, business blocks, stables, stores. Steamboats, City and country rUslUellQCl exclusive territory; energetic people can make from J2,iiOO to 13,00(1 a year. Write, Cull General Agency, Morlt:: Ru'.ldlng, Rooms Nos. 17 and IS, Norfolk, V.l. mohi2-3t* _for sale. 71 OR SALE. - BAY HOUSE: 10 J hands high, 7 yearn old, sound 0XC( pt a small blemish; thin In llosh, kind and afraid of nothing; anyone can drive him; Olu can ; i a mile la about 2:50 and a grand driver; cost last spring tw.< hundred and llfty dollars, lie would .suit anyone and can bo bought very low. Ruck-board buggy and harness, good as new, would cult for husliu S3 or pleasure. The. above Will be sold cheap If s Id at once. Cm be soon at Dr. J. PLUMMER BALDWIN'S fcJTAiRLKS. 005 Middle street, Portsmouth, Va., old phono 2! mi. mh!4-3t II OR BALE?TWO LOTS IN PARK Place; dostrablo location: w 11 sell on. or both on easy payments. Apply io AR? CHES F. AYDELO'lTE, care Hub. Main etrcot. mhl2-?i J~AM^ WWTCOMB RltiEY'B COM pleto Works on easy monthly Instal? ments, For particular* address R. C. MACLEAN, 23 Clay street, city. mchl2-3t E~ OR s"aLE"?( 'N ac.'HUNT OF POOR health, a good Dry Goods bush oil Church street, in good locality. Apply ut 04 Rank street. mhio-tf 1 I7l OR BA LE. ? ONE STEAM PRO 3 peller. in good working condition, newly painted, length io feet, beam it feet, draft loaded ;t feel :> Inches; carries l,40i bushels of corn or 80,t00 feet lumber. Apply Ij E. s. W1LLBY, Elisabeth City, N. C. fol7-fr,tu-su-tf rTJ^OR SALE?A WK I / .~"ESTA11L~lSlT V ED Photogi iph Gallery doing good business; great bargn u it taken at onco; gjod reasons for selling. Address "R.," care VIrglnlnh-Pllot. pichfi-6u,tu,th-3t? "".VoTt" SALE LESS- TITAN HALF ! tlitlr value.?One 12 II. P. Portable Engine nnd Holler on skids; one -i 11. p. Vertical Kuglno and Boiler; one new iron franio Wood Saw: one new Shingle Edgcr: one ?i eond-hand Typewriter. New machinery, nil kinds, lowest prices. Ap? ply 10 T. A. PERRY, No. c:w W. llram bh ton aveiii; . nlll0-tf "oTitt-f iirfd im?wN legTi?rns.? A. Prom the fa in.Hi a "Gecr Strain,", World's Pair ( h;.inj i e 5 : enp,: i.irv r.'adv; 5l.it) par setting. I'll IL. s WAD1 . No 802 Rose avenue, Norfolk, va. nihS-tf I T71 ?lt SALT?. - THE RANK SALOON ' No 14 Hank street. For particulars and terms apply to LOYALL & TAY LOU 2S Rank street._folS- it SPECIAL NOTICE:-,. DdES YOUR SIGHT PAIL you? Consult DR. BROWN; will call .1 ? residence; examination five. Address 427 13. M'AIN STREET. hkhl2-tw* irrNDKRGRADti we doctors" i>::.v. I ) lists, Lawyers. PharmacUts, soon fcradii.it .. home; correspondence; educa? tion; graduation; professional sciences. Box ."''e. < !i: ii.-... TV,|- A daM sn'ELL nbwman, THF. 1x1. Renowned Clulrvoj mt and Uuslm Medium, can ho consulted al In r imrlors on ull life matter: : her i~ aro wonder? ful. 343 CHURCH STREET, op isiti Freemason. rn ';:'j 2w? TT ADIES NEEDING TREATMENT JLJ for Irregularities, Leucorrhnca or any other Ovarian Troubles consult l>n JACKSON, 112 W. Mulberry street, Ual tlmore, Md. Private sanitarium; tiai:;. | nurses. q'^fi d v x<\ lend on Tin': 0(&?J?\ /? ? 1 f and Loan Association plan. W. If. bargeant Jr Room 21, L: u ab .: J ! mhl2-im?" MOpIFV to wan in vn"v MJ.\4X<* A- ? nmouuts; no delay easiest Urins. LEO J.UDSON, Academy of ai lisle bull Hag. marl-tf MONEY READY. -- NO WAITING QUICK LOANS ON riOUSHOLri FURNITURE. WHILE in USE. m ;? Kar'-1 and other securities; liberal ad vanceji on ralarles. rents, annuities, es? tates and permanent Incomes Interviews strictly private, und ail transaction* rig? idly contldeiitiul. NORFOLK MORT. GAOE and I.OAN CO.. W If, II if liclnicr. new No. SsS Main street Morllz Ofllce Building, fulte 5 and 6. PROF. JAMES A. HARVEY'S IM m?"!-'e success In nil urinary troubles of a ehronie nature, special treatment for cohstlpnt'on. Indigestion and all blood trouble'. 42.*. ("hiirel. licet. I'.e.ji tin. THE NORFOLK national rank.? Cspltal, JtOO.CCO; fiiirplus nnd proilis ijM.o?O. Average deposits, 12,0 ? on President. J. <5. Womblc; vle.e-pr< I . C. W. Orandy; c.-ifhlcr. Calilwell llimly. Mm i. - nntl Ktiiids. MOTTtr. de WITT & CO.. 31 Granby st. Stocks und bonds. Southern Investments. Correspondence solicited. _ 1AD1KKI Chi iWitfr's Cr.alhh rc.inyroyfll Pil'l BOARDERS. BOARDERS?A PRIVATE FAMILY 1? Ghent would furnish desirable room sind board to a married couple, or two voting men. Address C. A. C, euro Vlr ghgan-Pilot._mbn-tr AN*ri! ). ? ONE OR TWO ~G EN* tlemen boarders: pleasant room; (rood board; good l H.-atlon; J.'l..7> per week. Address PRIVATE FAMILY, caro Vlr trinlan-Pllot._._mhH-tu. fl.su a vorxG m.vn wocrr Eike .TV floard in private family on or mar Granby or Rank streets; reasonable terms. Address "PRIVATE," care Vir glnlan-Pllot. mchl2-3t* PI .KA SA XT KUHN I SI I KP iY?OM, with or without board at 211 Church street, opposite .St. Paul's Church. FOR RENT. ii*oi.is Aeisii^rjrr COTTAGE AT VIRGINIA BEACH. Excellent location, near hotel; sewer connections: good trrouuds; eight rooms and kitchen,1 bathhouse, otc. Will not rent for boarding house. Address "COT? TAGE," this office, for terms, etc. >rdil4-t tf 1,1 OR KENT. ? THREE CONNEOT X Ihg rooms, bath, heat and all modern conveniences; on Rute, west of Granby Address R. 1'., ear" this i.fllco. mhll-.1t H1 0,K. LI1?NS,%.-?B THREE-STORY L brick luihltng. corner Water and hayetto street.-;, formerly occupied by o. W. Grandy <M- Sous. Possession given at D A|)| ly at ollico of RVRD, RARR W1N & CO._jy'.'-tr I' I Getting !:The Best Wheel' i A % Besides you save just TEN 4 DOLLARS on the price asked V. by others for inferior wheel:. 1 BPLEfiS, m. ] 217 and Over 219 Main SM ' 'EASTER HA TS'' NOW READY. Stylish Colors! Nobby Shapes! We show correct styles! Walter J. Simmons & Co 341 MAIN STREET. YOUNG'S HATS. Lowest Prices. oc?eet)9ooe909ooeoo9csai90(e I 8 STORAGE ? ! * "Household Hoods or all kind <J 2 !,i r. l at moderate rates. ? ? Call or address g ? THE MclNTYRE STORAGE CO., ?* :ss:i main STRKKT. 1 2 Jn8-su,tu,fr-Cni o aAeetosoesosoocsossoseetft PEOPLE'S FORUM, NOTE.?The People's Eorum being freely open to nil parties, classes, per? sons, views and capacities, the Vlr I glnlnn-Pilot is responsible for none of the statements nor opinions ex? pressed therein, nor for the style in which they are set forth. Tho ignorant and uneducated shall be beard here equally with the learned. Suff.dk, Vn? -March 1?., 1S09. Editor Virjrlniau-Pllot: Your comment on good roads In your issue of March 11th read with interest. There is general complaint in this sec? tion of \ Irglnln, In city and county, i abotlt the condition of streets and country roads. The complaint coming from people causing three-fourths of all the trouble. Money is thrown away to put roads and streets In order If no care is taken to preserve them after the work Is done. As long as tile old Virginia hlgh-whee)ed, narrow-tire cart Is Used for hauling heavy loads; timber :rucks, drays and truckers' wagons, with narrow tires, in wet weather and following In one track not over two Inches wide, bad roads will continue, Tiie remedy is With the men that cause ?.he trouble. Give the Commissioner ?f Streets and County Supervisor? the power to compel every man that hauls with carts in city <>r county to use n cart wltli a tire from 'i t.? I inches wide; all four-wheeled vehicles, the same hauling heavy loads, with fore.-axel 0 to S inches shorter, so that when pass? ing over the road the wheels would moke n track from 12 to it; inches wide. Instead of i In dies, as they now do, on.; following directly after the other, Adopt this system and Wo would save 100 per cent. In wear and tear of street.' and county roads. i believe in a lib? eral outlay and goad roans, but am op? posed t.? road improvements at all so long as the pool le ore not willing to give up the old-fashioned way of carl's and wagons. So long as they cling to these let them have old-fashioned mads, only passable at times In Winter and during a Summer, drought. Respectfully, B. H. DAMVIliLE. Ituh.v furring**. .lurtt received, a line assortment of Hcywoods; pi ices from 5S to $10, cash or "credit. Williamson & Sykes, G63 and ;-f!> Church street, near Queen. feM-U, Does NotCeny the Reported Rail? way DcJ. Hie iVortli nud South Carolina. Rnll ronil, iccccntiy Charter??!, May Connect Iii? Atlniillc und ?aiivtllc V> ttti tlio l'lnut system. There would seem to 1><> some foun? dation for the Associated Press tele? gram from Danville to the Virginian Pilot Sautrdny night to the effect that the North and South Carolina railroad, recently chartered by the North Caro? lina Legislature, ostensibly to develop copper mines. Is really to connect the Atlantic and Danville and the Plant System. The telegram says: "The Ideu is to form a link ncross North Carolina that will giw a system in competition with the Southern road, the Seaboard Air Line, and the Atlantic Coast Line. Mr. Newgasa, the preside:.! of the Atlantic and Danville Railroad Company, is credited with being the prime mover In the new road, and is said to be heavily backed by English capital." me. NEWGASS SEEN. Mr. Ncwgass was seen at the general Offices Of the Atlantic and Danville, in this city, yesterday, und asked If there was any truth in the report, lie said that he could not >;>!lc on that subject: "1 may have something for you a little later, but not now. You must excuse me." Continuing very cautiously Mr. Now gass said: "I read the telegram In the Virginian-Pilot and I think it is a little premature. You know it takes time to arrange matters of this kind. There are many details to be considered. 1 have nothing to say this afternoon. I am In a hurry to get ort" on the C o'clock boat en route north." as the cr.ow flies. The Atlantic and Danville Is a straight line from Norfolk to Danville, through a good agricultural country, well watered and populated by a thrifty, reliable, honest people. It has been at a disadvantage because lack? ing exclusive western or southern con nectlons. At one time it was thought that an arrangement could be mad" bj which the road would be extended to Western North Carolina and Eastern Tennessee, but this proposition never materialized, should Mr. Newgass con? summate the deal with the Plant Sys? tem, there will be another great trunk line with Its deep -water terminus at Norfolk. The proposed deal. If consummated, would offer an easy, direct and pleasant route from the Frozen North to the Sunny South. did not deny. Mr. Newgass did not say that the deal Is on. When asked positively it the Danville telegram was true, he did not deny It. The business men of this city hope the deal will bo made. It will be to the ndnvantago of Norfolk, giving another routf? through the Carolinas, where Norfolk merchants sell thousands of dollars worth of goods annually. THE SPRING HAGEM. A LARGE CROWD AND FINK HOUSES EXPECTED. The Spring races will take place this year on the lClh, 17th, ISth and 10th of May. The following schedule of events has been adopted by the management: TROTTING. No. 1; time, 2:10. No. 2: time 2:in. No. 3; time, 2:23. No. 4; time, 2:27. No. 5; time, 2:32. No. C; tlnie> 2:4*. No. 7; time, 2:.r.O. The purse will be $r>00 In each of these races. PACING. No. S; time. 2:in. No. 0; time, 2:10. No. 10; time, 2:24. No. 11; time. 2:",0. No. 12; time, 2:10. The- purse in each rare will be $300. No. 12 will be open to trotters, as well as pacers. _ RUNNINO' _ No. 13; V' mile. No. 14; >.j mile. No. l?; Vj mile. No. 10; ^ mile. No. 17; 1 mile. No. 18; 1 mile. For 13, 14 and 16 the pur?.-, will be $100. For 16, 17 and is it will be $!?.".. The entries will close Mny 0th. The National Trotting Association rules will govern. .Mr. Mariner said yesterday that he expected n very large crowd this Spring and that some of the best horses in the country would be here. The schedule has been made tip for the October fair, with a purse of JG00 In each event. !?.-. Vnnee Declines ituiiimorn mil A special dispatch tn the Baltimore Sun from Nashville, Tonn., Sunday night stated: "Rev. James I. Vance this morning from his pulpit dec lined the call to the First Presbyterian Church of Balti? more. "In making the statement ho referred to the pleasant relations between pas? tor und people which existed in his present charge, and fhIiI ho saw no goal reason for the severance of those relations at this time. The announce? ment of his decision gave great sat is? la tlon to the congregation, many whom had feared that their pastor would accept the call, "Dr. Vance hits been pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Nnsh vllle for the past four years, nnd is one of the most popular pastors in the city.'' ran ? oiiic tu .Surely. Mr. E. E. Dawes, of the Board of Trade, received yesterday a telegram from Mr. C. F. King, manager of the New England Newspaper League, ask? ing If It Is see for the party to conic to Norf.dk. Dr. C. F. Ncwblll, at the instance of Mr. Dawes, telegraphed Mr. King that the Idea is absurd; that the party can come lo Norfolk In perfect safety. The editors were at Lynehburg yes? terday. OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 3. WE MAKE SUITS. .WE MAKE SUITS. I WE MAKE SUITS. \ WE MAKE I SUITS. WE MAKE, SUITS. I WE MAKE SUITS. FwiT M AKE [ SUITS. To COMBINE ELEGANCE with ECONOMY and ARTlSTiC WORK with the LOWEST PRICES possi? ble is the basis upon which we solicit order lor A\easure Made Garments. None but the most skilled cutters and none oilier than A 1 Tailors are employed in the course of make-up. Garments made here are unsurpassed in durability and stand unrivaled in style and finish. The materials pass direct from Millers and Producers from all over the world and come to us from our manu? facturing headquarters at the lowest possible cash cost thai only large quantity buying can touch. Strictly on the merits of our productions and guar? antee for absolute satisfaction, together with the vast facilities which we possess to give the best possible values lor the least money, is the plea we make lor business in the Tailoring Department. The line this season embraces a most complete range of novelties in Fine Foreign Worsteds and Genuine Scotch Cheviots in Pin Check?Pin Stripe?neat Plaids and pretty Over-Plaid designs, in connection with a full line of Spring Overcoatings, in all colors, shades and hefts. Foreign Suitings, made by such eminent millers as Erkins, Schnaebels, StrokofTs and Shoellers?makers who arc famous for the general excellence of their cloths, Tri? cots, Diagonals and Doeskins are kept in stock?also such celebrated Domestic Woolens as Hockannums? Globe's and American Mills, as well as many other prom? inent millers, representing plain and staple patterns for middle-aged men, and the newest and most novel ideas for the swell dressers, that want just the latest produc? tions as they appear in the leading fashion centres of the world. For more than fifty years has this great Tailoring business been advanced on the standard motto of Popu? lar Goods at Popular Prices, and to-day the list of patrons is far greater than sanguine expectations could have dared to hope for. Strict attention to the wants of customers?a watch? ful eye on (he market?skill to plan and energy to exe? cute, are the best form of up-to-date business methods, and create the best possible service that your interests may demand. 'We lead the procession for First-class Measure A\ade Garments, and shall endeavor to gain your patron are and influence with the Best Workmanship and Low? est Prices. A careful examination nf Made-to-Order Possibili? ties in our Tailoring Department will prove well worth while the little time and labor it may cost. WE MAKE*5 SUITS. I WE MAKE I SUITS. MAKE SUITS. WE MAKE SUITS. TAILORING DEPARTMENT Mctroli JOtJi, 1890, ! i On account of Increased business, wo | will move to the mores, n w occui 1 by \ et? w A u< nney ft Bon, 01 and 63 New ^ Market Place. All u.la will i ?? delivered ^ promptly. Wo will nut on extra wagon. Iloping to Bee all of our old friends and us many n< w one Voura for Business, VIRGINIA GROCERY GO., 69 NEW MARKET PLACE._ IRWINS EXPRESS CO., 518 Waler S!.. FliGne ?.Eilher Phona I fc Spring Stock of Famous $).50 Legal Shoes ready. High, ^? j?r. low, button, lace, black, tan, kid, call, patent leather. =3 i MEN'S HATS AND SHOES / % S= Sprint: Mats ready. Soft and stiff, including the good Man- =S hattan make. ^-g ZZ Men's Furnishings, Neckwear?no stock in town perhaps so Z5 5= full. 332 Main street. 3s We liaul anything to and from any. where In the three cities. ? lal ? j for hauling Safes, Boilers, Furniture and I'lanos. Lots tilled and tilling wanted. HIRSH SOK. i m mi . .. Incubators ";J 1 "*?Sit?*'???? ?. AND ire Self Regulating Simple and Accui Guaranteed to Hatch 1 ?-%Ji Full Supply Poultry Supplies. Granulated Pone, around Meat, Pone and Meat Meal, Mica Grits, Ground Shell. Cut Clover, Prepared Foods for Hens and llttlo chickens. PROFl' IN POULTRY means to raise a good number, keep them healthy and make them lay. Money carefully invested In food for poultry will return to you many times doubled. Corn for hens and Corn Meal for chicks Is not the enly and cheapest food. Call and see tho egKs In ttie incubator and chicks In tho brooder. SorlollFarm Supply Oo. 3S & 40 UNION STREET, (NEAR O; j MARKET SQUARE), OEO. B. TOD?, Manager.