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VIRGINIAN - PILOT/
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EIGHT PAGES
TUESDAY. JULY
"WE BOW TO PARTY ACTION.
I i -
The Vlrglnlnn-Pllot Is In favor of U.
B. Senatorial Election Reform, und it is
consequently In favor of Qov. J. H?ge
Tyler for the I". S. Senate, ns he is the
candidate for the reform which the only
other candidate In the field (Martin)
precipitated and made necessary In
Virginia, by his election to the ?. H.
Senate, and the manner of it. six years
ago. As between Gov. Tyler and Sena?
tor Martin no true friend of reform and
the people can hesitate n moment; and
as there is no oiln r nomination for
Senator as between candidates except
that of the Democratic legislative cau?
cus, which immediately precedes, und
is equivalent to the election, we shall
advocate the Governor for Senator until
the action of the Democratic caucus
shall make that no longer necessary.
All the members of the House of D< I
egates, and one half of tho Senators
(one-half holding over) are to be nom?
inated anil elected this year, and the
Democrats elected, together with the
Democrats holding over, will choose the
successor of U. S. Senator Marlin fot
the next six years. As between all can?
didates for Democratic nomination, the
Virginian-Pilot, Governor Tyler and re?
form making their light wholly with?
in the party, this paper will loyally sup?
port every real candidate honestly in
favor of Governor Tyler, until the party
and the people shall have duly made
its nominations, when it shall, in every
case, support the nominee, whether he
be for Tyler or Martin, for the IJ. S.
Senate; as It conceives this to be its
duty as an honest and faithful partici?
pant In the chances under the party
rules and regulations. In further illus?
tration of our attitude we are for every
Democratic candidate in favor of Tyler,
until the nomination Is made, then we
shall advocate tho nominee, whether for
Tyler or Martin;?as we are for Mr.
Bryan as a candidate for the Demo?
cratic nomination for President next
year; and hope to support him n.s such
nominee; BUT if any other Democratic
candidate for the Presidential nomina?
tion defeat Mr. Bryan before the Na?
tional Convention, we shall bow to au?
thority, and zealously support tho nom?
inee against McKinley or any other
man put up b^ Hanna or the Repub?
licans.
We are in and of the Democratic
party and strenuously for its nominee,
until we openly renounce our allegiance
to it; but in the meanwhile, till the
party acts, wc favor our own choice
of candidates as of 'Ight.
"the PRESIDENT IS RATTLED."
Art inspector of fish does no* have to
(examine tho whole contents of a bar?
rel of muckorel or herring to pronounce
the entire lot rotten. So of any intel?
ligent citizen who has observed this
fetid and foul administration- It is
only because events have brought the
War Department more particularly
under notice that it has been so glar?
ingly offensive and unlit; and ns we
know the condition of tho whole bar?
rel of ?nackerei from one or the Ash it
contains, so this corrupt administration
at Washington, and wherever it
reaches, Is the same, from top to bot?
tom and taints all It touches.
Unfit and corrupt In civil affairs as
Well as military. In war mid peace, the
Hanna-McKinley gang aro the same at
Manila and Washington, and prefer
darkness to light, because their deeds
are ?vll ft?<J tho truth would destroy
them*. If the censorship at Manila sup?
presses tho facts of the situation and
forces even tha "free press" to repeat
?ff.ciAWles. tha administration at Wash?
ington tnakAS perjury a qualification for
office and a duty of tho public service.
No wonder the President "is rattled"
nt the exposure of the system of men?
dacity by which he has saved himself
heretofore from popular Indignation
which now Infers tho truth from Its
concealment, nnd burst forth in a fury
which is only tempered and moderated
by the contempt that decent men have
for a policy so cowardly and despicable.
Xo wonder, either, that the -whole
pi ess n't Manila, representing the Amer?
ican nubile, has revolted, and signed
In "round-robin," disclosing the gagging
of the Associated Press and the whole
press correspondence which should en?
lighten the people as to the fortunes of
war In the East. Jlut now it appears
thnt the correspondents were not only
forbidden to tell the truth, but to cer?
tify falsehood, and from these humil?
iating and monstrous conditions they
have risen In rebellion and pretest, nnd
Invoked the popular voice here to 'Join
them in the protest
Army ofllccrs at Washington say this
culmination was forced by the criminal
favoritism In appointing ofllccrs to high
command: the President is said to be
held hostage by a military ring, with
bis hands tied; the Creel man story on
Otis Is now believed and vouched for;
the President Is rattled, for he fore?
sees how the people must vote next
year against this gagging of the press
and his Subordination of the public in?
terests to his ambition; even ills re
nomination is now in doubt; the War
Department Is deprived "f speech by
high authority: and if any ollleiul open
his mouth, his llrst demand Is for
secrecy: Great heavens! Mum is the
word!! We are under a treat dispen?
sation of Incompetence, corruption and
silence! A free country and free peo?
ple forbidden to tell or hear truth, or
even tho news!
THE LAW OF RIGHT.
Self-respect, nt least, everybody
should have, and he has none who does
n >t recognize the law H imposes on all,
?Ilia', what is incompatible with self
respect is forbidden. It Is a simple rule;
but it solves most of the problems of
life promptly and correctly. Conscience,
the respect of other men, right and nil
considerations, except one's own, secret,
personal estimation of himself, are
omitted from this standard of conduct:
nnd one is left entirely to be his own
private judge, not as to his acts, but
I'S t ? himself as t In- actor.
It will at once occur to the average
Intelligence that a man's self-respect
must have some basis and surety, or
else it cannot exist: but while that Is
true, tin- purpose here, ns far as pos?
sible, is l.i put all else nut ot" sight for
the time?right, duty, conscience, the
respect of others ami nil the clrcum
Btnnces, motives and Influences that
should or may contribute to determine
human action: and put It to ourselves
aloha if we do not owe ourselves, each
for himself, a duty In all our acts thai
we dare not vl dale, nor neglect, even
If Irresponsible entirely except to self.
Xo mailer If one can In any \v.-iy rise
10 this attitude of sole Independence of
everything and everybody else, h<
must at last i Onfesfl allegiance to his
own sovereignty, from which he can?
not bo absolved so long as solf-con
Bclousness survives, nnd which In- must
obey in the absence of all other au?
thority.
Whatever opinions, convictions and
desires men hav<?i hough In revolt
against all law. authority ami power
exterior to themselves, or having origin
or warrant in anything not themselves
?they nre compelled to concur in fenlty
to self-respect, or accept self-degrada?
tion. Xo man can get away from him?
self, or renounce himself, or repudiate
what he owes himself: and In- must
confess, to himself, if no one else, his
obligations to self. In tin- last recourse,
he must ask himself: "Can 1, with
due regard and respect to myself, do
this thing? Or, must 1 leave it un?
done?" To that Inquisition the haugh?
tiest, the most powerful and the most
lawless of men must come, nnd should
come; unless they have become so de?
praved and dissolute as to be resolved
to surpass the Devil In unlqulty.
It Is true that some men endeavor to
merge and extinguish their mann tod,
their personality and their Individual
responsibility in a corporate body, an
artificial creation, or body,?bul they
full utterly to extinguish themselves,
und they succeed, a; most, only 1?
merging their manhood and personality
?which they may utterly Ins,- in the
corporalion; while their individual re?
sponsibility to themselves, to their fel?
low-men and t<> God remains Intact,
Indlvcstiblc. It is grievous error that
a. corporate body can do no wrong, in
a moral sense, or that a man or set of
men may sin in the name of a cor?
poration, and shift all responsibility
upon it. Tie- leal law In such a rnsr
Is thnt the wrong done by the cor?
porators as such. Is added to the glllll
of themselves tis Individuals, and they
must answer for it somewhere nnd
some how. Moral laws are as Irrever?
sible nnd ?irresistible ns those of na?
ture, nnd no man can escape them, lei
him dodge as he will.
LIVE! BUT ONLY AS BRfVE AND
FREE MEN.
If the same powers nnd Influences,
working by islmiiar ways and means,
seize control of Virginia, as they have
of the United Stales; debauch ouc
press and tho corruptIblc people of all
classes and parties, buy and run our
election-machinery, bribe am', bulldoze
our legislators and other public officials
and demoralize church, society and
business by the monopoly of money and
the proclamation: "We can Impover?
ish, and we can enrich! We can cast
down, and we can raise up! Wc can
TUln, or we can prosper, you and yours!
a.nd we shall devote you to swift de?
struction, If you do not bow down to
us and worship us!"?if, wo say, Vir?
ginia fell under this hideous dominion.
It will be the fault and Ignominy of
Virginians, though none the less the
crime and damnation of her betrayers
and delllers.
Why stand wo here. Idle and silent?
Are we really men, Americans, Vir?
ginians, and already capable ot taking
counsel of cupidity, cowardice and de?
pravity and debating in our own minds
whether we shall run, light, or sur
rendcr? <?h! ye poor creatures! if so
stupid, base and terrliled, ye have
thereby committed suicide and con?
fessed your illegitimacy as descendants
of real men, unfit to desecrate the *<oil.
made sacred by the blood and ashes of
heroes and patriots!
GO J GOING t GONE I
Algcr, Secretary or War, and Hog In
Armor (so to speak) has presented his
official resignation to the President, to
lie accepted at the pleasure of the lat?
ter, and it is said that the President
has fixed the 1st of August as the date
Of taking effect. Hut, with the public,
this resignation has already taken
much effect, and the good people, "with
curses not loud, but deep," speed the
departing dispenser of embalmed and
rotten beef to the American soldiers,
lighting the Spanish foe; or sick, or
wounded, on transports, or in hospi?
tals, both more deadly than battle it?
self.
lie can now lay aside his armor and
make his appearance as a prize-compet?
ing hog for the Senate, where, if chos?
en, he will Und some congenial asso?
ciates to aid him In making the Senate
Chamber a sty, or a hog-wallow. He is
known by his money as an ex per I r< otor
for the root of all evil; and we shall
be rejoiced to hear that his snout has
been ringed before he takes his place
in the Senate, If Ite secures one there
by purchase,?or descent to "ways that,
are dark and tricks that tire vain."
DELINQUENT LAND OWNERS.
State Senator Bibb, of Louisa, an able
and prominent lawyer in that county,
who has had occasion to defend many
citizens from the Slate and the "land
grabbers" ta shameful coalition), pub?
lishes the following Important notice
and Information to all Concerned in re?
sisting the grabbing of their land;
in DELINQUENT LAND OWNERS.
Tin- law rea.Is?"If no such deed be
made under this chapter within one
year after the date of the application
for the purchase of the said real es?
tate by the party entitled to the deed,
tlie person entitled to redeem the saun?
as hereinbefore mentioned (that lr> the
owner), his heirs or assigns may, after
such year und before such deed Irt
made, redeem the said real estate by
paying to the purchaser tile amount
paid therefor by him. Including tin1
costs, with such taxes and levies as he
may have paid thereon since such pur?
chase." The applications now on tile In
Louisa county have laid so long that It
Is Impossible for deeds to be procured
within twelve months from date of
Illing, hence parties can redeem without
paying the penalty id' five dollars. A
test case will be made within the next
month and parties are advised not to
pay ihe live dollars penalty until de?
cided by the court. All parties have
four months within which to pay after
being served with notice.
w. e. 1:1 nr..
Public opinion, like the lion, is slow
to anger, but once aroused is Irresisti?
ble.
A day of reckoning comes In 11; all.
Let us have our hosts?the people?
with us.
Henry clay lias ln-en much applauded
for saying that ho would rather 1>
right than be President of the United
Stales. If this applause wan just fur a
candidate for President, surely It is
equally the duty of every citizen no| a
candidate to be right, though his claim
for applause may be greatly less than
If he were a candidate.
Hence, oitc must be for the rlghl nnd
against the wrong In polities; und th'
fact that one policy may bring defeat
and an opposite policy may bring vic?
tory, should "cut no ice" with him, if
he believes one of these polici.-s to b
right and the other wrong.
We understand, however, that nil this
Is on I of date nnd obsolete, and that
in Wall street. New York, and Queer
stre.-t, London, and in the temples
where the money-changers most do
congregate, it is unanimously voted In?
sanity,- certain good men discovering
in it the unpardonable sin, which is
said to lie poverty.
THE SENATORIAL RACE
OriMOXM OF TUE PHKVN,
THE SENATORIAL RACE.
(From Roanoke Daily Times.)
Tho confidence with which Governor
Tyler goes into the Senatorial light is
characteristic of tin- man. it is the
feeling of self-reliance that carries men
on t 1 victory. Senator Martin's friends
appear to cake little serious stock in
the Governor's chances, at least that is
the way they talk, but closer Inspec?
tion Shows them to be uneasy au.I rest?
less. If they are not frightened they
should lake In their signs, as the say?
ing is. The action of the Martin men
in Richmond proved that they were
afraid to postpone the primary, or even
to wait for the day ordinarily s ?'. to
arrive. They moved the day a peg or
two nearer, evidently believing ihm!
each hour added to the strength of the
lew candidate In the fiel,I. Governor
Tyler has been In politics too long hot
to be able to read the Signs of the times
and it may be counted upon that he
enters tiie Senatorial race loaded with
ammunition. His confidence is the re?
sult of a careful study of the outlook
in all parts of the State, and it is rea?
sonably sure that his calculations are
COrreOt. It Is also a certainty that
whether the Martin men are willing t .
admit it or not, the coming Senatorial
tight In Virglniu Is going to be the clos?
est held lu the Slate in many years.
Tho fact Unit a bottlo appears to con?
tain a quart of whiskey doesn't luuko it
that It does hold a quart, even If it is
printed "full quart" on the label.
A bottle of G. O. Taylor Whlskoy, as
seuled. contains 20 ounces; It has never
contained moro during the 23 years we
have bottled it.
Some of the Imitations of O. O. Taylor
whiskeys, rvprcented to hold a quart (32
ounces) h *d 38 fluid ounces, and the whls
key has added to It 16 per cent, of water,
which, on a dOXOn bottles, if valued lit $10.
doc reuses tho cost 11.SO, or tho real value
to SS.M.
If a physician prescribes whiskey for
sickness lie does not intend his patient
shall use water, particularly it whiskey
or stimulant is needed to increase the clr
cul.it on ? r to build up wasting tissues.
<;. O. Taylor whiskeys can t>e depended
upon for real worth In tho sick room. Get
the genuine and see that our tirin name
is on the label and over tho cork in each
bottle.
CHESTER H. GRAVES & SONS.
For sale at White Hros. Norfolk, Va.,
Brown's Hotel, Portsmouth. Va.
Cases like this cne
can be successfully
treated at their homes
I suffered so much from Catarrh before
taking Dr. Firey's trcatmi nt that 1
THOUGHT I WOULD HAVE CON?
SUMPTION If I did net soon get soinc
thing to cure me. 1 WAS A I.I. THE
TIME CATCHING COLD. Tho least
change of the weather gave me a cold,
which often settled In my chest. MY
EYES BECAME WEAR and seemed to
hav< a glimmer before them. I bad head*
aches and dlszlncss and MY NOSTRILS
WOULD GET DRY AND SCABBY. In
the mornings when I arose 1 would have
to Kai; so much to remove the mucus
from my throat that I would nearly vom?
it. 1 had A TERRIBLE TIRED KEEL?
ING IN THE RACK and would get up in
the morning feeling as it I had been brat
en nearly to death. I suffered greatly,
too, from Indigestion. 1 am so thankful
to be ab'e to say that Dr. Firey's treat?
ment has cured me.
L N. LEGCETT,
Washington, N. C.
With J. F. rh!Ill03.
Hau offices 1 and 2 No. 311 Main street,
Norfolk. Va. Specialties: Catarrh and all
diseases of Elys, Ear, Nose, Throat, Chest
and Stomach.
Hours, ? a. m. to 12:30 p. m.: 2 p. m. to
r>:30 p. m. Sunday Hours, in:30 n. m. to
12.30 p. in. Tuesday ni^hl and Thursday
night, 7:30 p. m. to S p. in.
Consultation always free. Medicines
furnl = hed. Terms always moderate. Eyes
examined for glasses free of charge.
THE
Joseph Brown
STORE
SPECIAL SALES.
One Every Day This Week
To-day we place on sale La?
dies' Silk Lisle Vests, in white
and colors, worth 50 at $9
cents.
Ladies' Silkalisle Vests in
while aiul colors, worth2$, at
19 cents. Both of these lots
are in full assortment of sizes
and are very handsome goods.
500 yards 32-inch Navy Plaid
Batiste, fine cloths, at 5 cents.
These, with special lots of
Lawns, as also desirable short
lengths of the quickest sellers,
arc worthy ol" your considera?
tion. _
tiosBpn Brown. 220 main St.
*i, ?> -G> ?. <&? ?>?? <2> ?8- <v <f
I I have received several*
$!"!^ ol stylish Mats at much*
are luced prices. They will?
Jlv .mi sale next Monda\'. ?
'Panama Yachts, $
I were $1.98, now $1,00.?
?Jumbo Cape Hays, |
a were 98c, now ?8c.?
t Jumbo Ralo4ghs, 4
v were 98c, now 50c*
?Jumbo Raleighs, ?
I were 7?c, now aHc.|
. In addition to these wc
$shall oiler a full line of
J Trimmed Hats, |
very low figures.
? The "Porto Rico" stillt
iholds its own. ?
tiYlrs. P. Ries,*
I 162 Church Street. 0
00 <>?*> <&*> <e>-?>4?
Headquarter for i:orei;ji
and Doinesti
C?in?ni. Lie, Piaster. miens.
Sewer and Chimney Pipe, Laths,
Shingles, &c Office and warehouse!
12 to 18 PLUME ST
Near th: Brii2:, NORFOLK VA.
-
SCHOOLeS^AI^^ SCHPOLS ANP COLLEGES.
THE BINGHAM SCHOOL, MKZZ*?r
Invites Eastern Virginia boys to enjoy its healthful and beautiful location anfl Its
\\ lolesomo and abundant fare, pure water and fresh air. Faculty of seven special
ist* Uno Hiblo. classica . sclentltlc and business courses. Scholarships, prizes and
modal;'. Athletics and all outdoor sports. Literary societies, gymnasium. For
handsomely illustrated catnlogun, ?fnt free, address. PRESTON LlSWia GRAY.
U. L.. Principal, Blnjrham School. Mobane . N. C. iyl-eod-lm
EPISCOPAL HIGH SCHOOL
Near Alexandria, Virginia. L. M. Black
ford, M. A., Principal. A Preparatory
School for Boys. Tho Gist year opens j
September 27, 1899. Illustrated Catalogue
sent on application. jy25-tu,fr-2m
SUFFOLK COLLEGE;
SUFFOLK, VA.
FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG LADIES.
FOUNDED IN 1S63.
LOCATION, beautiful In a refined, hos?
pitable, religious community of high in?
tellectual culture.
BUILDINGS, large and comfortable
with all modern appliances.
ADVANTAGES, home life, Christian In?
fluences and thorough instruction.
COURSE OF STUDY, comprehensive !n
very respect and in Instrumental and
Vo< il Music equal In breadth and thor?
oughness to conservatory courses.
'1'i:AC HERS, among the foremost in the
land, earnest, enthusiastic specialists.
REFUTATION, fully established during
a successful career of thirty years.
EXPENSES the lowest possible.
TESTIMONIALS, of the highest order.
DIPLOMAS of graduation awarded to
full grartu 11 < s.
Next session begins September 13. IR19.
For catalogue and further particulars
address
SALLY A. FINNEY.
P. O. Rox 3SG. Suffolk, Va.
Jyll-2m
(ALSO PURCHASERS OF THE COLUM
BIA BUSINESS COLLEGE.)
Cor, Granby St. and City Hall Ave.
Take a course of Instruc tion at thlf
popular Business Training School and
thereby lit yourself for Independence aim
prosperity. Every graduate in a position.
Day and night sessions. Send for cata?
logue and booklet.
'Phonr r,C.
J. M. RESSLER,
President.
HAPflPDEN-SIDNEY COLLEGE.
The 121 th session will open Wednes?
day September 13th. For catalogues
apply to
RICHARD McILWAlNE, President.
Jy20-th,sa,tu-Sw Hampdcn-S'.dney, Va.
MT. ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
Course of Studies?Classical, Scientific
and Commercial. Terms?Boarders, per
session of live months, SI 15.
studies will be resumed on MONDAY,
September 1S?. Address,
URO JOSEPH, Director, Station D..
Balilmt,!.-. Mil.
Send for catalogue. Jyl2-2m
Peace Institute,
RALEIGH, N. C.
One of the best female schools :n the
South, and the eben pest for ail vantages
given, Send for catalogue.
.IAS 1 UN Wild UK. M. A.
COLUMBIA BUSINESS COLLEGE
27 PLUME STREET
(One Block from Oranby Street.)
Send or call for circulars In regard to
the study for Civil Service Course. Tako
advantage of your summer vacation to
Kot a business education, Wanted stu?
dents as teachers for brunch classes. D.
('OX. Principal. mylC-Cm
_L. LANCiBALLE,
ICE CREAM PARLOR
-AND
WHOLESALE mHNUFHGTUREB
Wn can furnish yon with n bettor and
cheaper cream than it is possible to get
elsewhere. Come und sample our cream
und get prices und be convinced.
CHURCH STREET. OPPOSITE HOLT.
BOTH PHONES, C03.
null -ood-su.tu.th-tf
IGE GREHHI HUD IDES.
PURE BALTIMORE CREAM.
Special pri'"'s for parties and excursions.
All tiie popular flavors. Order;-, taken for
delivery to any part of the city. We com
pete with all prices und our Ico Cream
and Ices are guarantied to be the best.
NORFOLK CANDY KITCHEN,
Southern States Phone r,73.
jo2U-.' 21 PANIC ST.
THE VIRGINIA
272 Main Street.
Headquarter* for the only genuine
French Vienna and Home Made Bread In
I the city. Fancy Cakes at I ice creams oi
v.-ry description known to the art.
Have you tried our sparkling Soda 7 All
I syrups drawn from fcl :ss jars. Syrup
I made from fruit Juices only. N _> extracts
us- d A trial Will convince you.
in the Cafo you can bo serve.! with all
tho delicacies of the season prepared by
French chefs.
Specialties each Saturday,
WATCH THE WINDOWS._
Our Improved and
Extended Facilities
insure prompt service, condition and
quality of goods.
No < xpense spared In making the
business thorough, complete and per?
fect In every detr.ll.
THE METTOWEE,
19 CHARLOTTE STREET.
? Phones, ?t?._
DO YOU KNOW
RENOVATING HAIR MATTRE8SKS.
We have all kinds In stock, and mad*
or best materials.
W1LLARD E. P.ROWN.
i>3 Main streak
UM ATTENTION
Is called to the
REDUCED PRICES
?OF?
SUMMER GOODS
?AT?
John 6. Loughran's
Pioneer Installment House,
319 ana 321 cnurcn Street.
MATTINGS
Largest assortment of Chi?
nese and Japanese Mattings in
(lie city. Prices cut in order
to make room for fall goods.
Call and examine this line and
get our prices. We lay them
FREE OF CHARGE.
Refrigerators
We are agents for the fa?
mous Eddy Refrigerators, the
greitest ice savers on the mar?
ket. Call and see them.
Lawn Chairs and Settees
All sizes, prices, styles and
colors.
GorriQoes id fio-W
We are acknowledged to be
the leaders on these goods.
Newest styles and patterns.
Lowest prices.
MOSQUITuIhNOPIES
In all sizes.
Easy Terms. Lowest Prices.
Goods Marked in Plain Figures.
john ivmmn
Pioneer Installment House,
3I9 and 321 Church St.
Close at 6 l\ M.; Saturdays 10 P. M.
Refrigerators
i have a few op 1'he chal?
lenge hardwood refrigera?
tors, which j am offering at
LOW prices to close them OfT,
ip in need see them.
1 still have a ktoce of the
best ice cream freezes made.
P. J. MALBON,
109 Commercial Place.
Both Phon? No. 401-_
Jno. L. Roper. President.
Taznwtll Thompson. Treasurer.
Louts T. Doble, Secretary.
TU El
MM Fite insurance Co.,
211 Main Street.
BOTH PHONES 238.
Patronise a home Instituten. We want
you- business. An nn evidence, we guar?
antee lowest rates consistent with safety,
absolute protection and prof'Pt attention.
JelO-ly._
Ladies' Waists,
Pique and Duck Skirts.
Outing Suits.
We give special attention
to all work of this de?
scription, and laundry
same in a first-class man?
ner.
MONTICELLO LAUNDRY
105 GRANBY ST.
_ New Phone 874.
HARD WOOD!
IN CAR LOAD LOTS
Just Received.
The best for Wood Heaters, seasoned
or green. Deliver any quantity.
cha8. e. 8c0tt ft co.
200 LOVITT AVENUE.
Old Phon? 3S1. New Phons UM.
172 Chnrch St., Near Main
The Only Trunk House
In the_City.
special offer
All Trunks sold by us kepi in re?
pair free of charge for one year.
We mark names on Trunks and
Bags gratis.
TRUNKS.
Brass corners and clamps, iron bot?
tom, 2-solc leather straps,
$3.90.
SUIT CASES.
Leather, Russet or Olive Steel Frame,
22-inch, 3.75 ; 24-inch, $4.00.
An immense stock of all kinds of
Tourists' Supplies and Leather Novel?
ties. Also a large assortment of
Ladies'and Men's Pockelbooks and
Card Cases.
Horia Tr?ff Factum,
_[72 Church St, near Main. _
w.hTtaylor&co.,
224 Water Street.
railroad, steamboat and mill
supplies.
Agent* for this section for the ?,i> of
Graton .t Knight's Leather Belting. Now
Yoik Belting and Packing Company's
Rntiber oooil.-t Knowlton'a Patent I'a.jk
tUG. Snow Steam Pumps. niyT
Seasonable Articles
Sticky Fly Paper.
Poison Fly Paper,
Insect Powder,
Bed Bug Poison.
Patent Medicines at Cost.
Borrow. Hi 8 ft.,
296 MAIN STREET.
LANDPLASTER]
Wo liave ]ust?rec< Ivcd a fresh carKO ?l
the celebrated RED BEACH LAND
PLASTER, recognized as the bent In tiia
world. No better fertiliser known for
use of
PEANUT GROWERS.
Only a limited amount of the plaster
ran he secured. Place your orders early
before the 3lock Is exhausted.
Pocahontas Steam Coal
A SPECIALTY.
Dry Pine and Oak Wood
op the best quality.
all sizes
ANTHRACITE- COAL.
prompt delivery. pull WEIGHT
and measure.
No. ir.6 MAIN STREET,
Norfolk. Va.
poc?kont?s coal
We beg to call the attention of ths
public that we are Miners' Agents for
the Celebrated
Pocahontas
Steam Coal.
Geo.WJaylnr&Co.
Wholesale and Kciail Dealers ia
ANTHRACITE pflJII T
and BITUMINOUS uUftL a
61 GRANBY STREET.
YARDS-Central Wharf.
SHIPPING PIERS?N. ft W. BT Co,
Norfolk and Lambert's Point
'Phones, 31 and 137.

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