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PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS BERKLEY NEWS?AND TELEGRAPH CONTINUED.
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A Fall Opportunity!
I WILL riT'P ON SALE TO-MORROW- (MONDAY) 50 DOZKN* LADIES'
FALL AND WINTER IUBBED VESTS AND PANTS. AT?
19 Cent?.
THESE GOODS ARE THE BEST 25c. QUALITY EVER SHOW N BEFORE.
AND WILL NOT BE OFFERED AT TH E ABOVE PRICE AGAIN. IF YOU
WANT A BARGAIN CALL EARLY.
BMMBTT I>l^^ViX:{S,
Terms Cash. 320 High Street.
Good Bread Makers Endorse
W. & J. Parker's Eureka Flour.
For Its strength, whiteness and appetizing flavor. You can make the whitest
and lightest bread with a less amount of this flour than with any other. Ask your
grocer for it. Take no other.
PdRTQMflllTU ^as never nacl sucl1 ??oc* service as
r Uli I Ulf IUU I 11 we are giving this season.
When you need ice either phone will reach us.
PORTSMOUTH COAL & ICE CO.,
_J. S. MILLER, Wana er.
Kurd's Fine Society Stationery
IN ALL THE LATEST SHAPES AND TINTS.
Visiting Cards Engraved in the Latest Styles.
ANDERSON ?&> THOMPSON.
224. HIGH STREET. PORTSMOUTH, VA.
IHE HID Ri?t TROUBLE
(Continued from first pane.)
dnv In large numbers, hut ns every
available white man In Mclntosh coun?
ty was deputized by Sheriff Blount,
but still he could not muster a very
large posse. The negroes number five
to each white man and outside assist?
ance was considered necessary.
Business Js suspended In Darlen for
time being, and It Is reported that
farms In the country have been tempo?
rarily abandoned.
AS VIEWED IX ATLANTA.
Atlanta.. Ca., Aug. 2fi.?One ? of the
first messages received by Governor
Candler to-day regarding the uprising
of negroes In Mclntosh county was
from Captain J. H. Devoe, of Savannah,
commanding the colored militia, who
offered his company to the Governor
to assist In quelling' the rioting at Dn
rlen. The Governor had previously
plneed the command of nil the mili?
tary forces under Colonel Law ton and
referred the matter to him. The first
regiment had. however, been called out
and the negro company was not need?
ed- Governor Candler was in his ofllce
several hours before he beenn to re?
ceive any Information from the seat of
the trouble. Colonel Lawton reported
by wire to the Governor that It would
he Impossible to restore peace and or?
der unless tho Delagata were arrest?
ed. The Governor answered that Col?
onel Lawton was In command and
should do as wisdom and discretion
suggested.
ALARMING REPORTS.
Messages from Darlen, Brunswick.
Savannah and many other places came
rapidly Into ihn executive ofllce and
pome of them brought alarming re?
ports.
"The situation In Mclntosh county is
extremely critical and grave," said the
Governor. "The entire First Regiment,
composed of seven companies, is on the
scene, nnd I have ordered Companies I
and F, of the Fourth Regiment, to re?
port to their nrmories and hold them?
selves in readiness for a call from
Colonel Lawton."
"The law does not provide that mili?
tia can make arrests." continued the
Governor, "but the troops will back up
the Sheriff, who Is surrounded by a
large posse, nnd will see that he has all
the assistance needed."
SHIPMENT OF TENTS.
The Governor received a message
from Colonel Lawton asking that tents
be shipped the soldiers, who are now
In the western part of Mclntosh coun?
ty. "It Is expensive to make the ship?
ment by express." said the Governor,
"but the occasion demands all possi?
ble haste, and we are doing everything
In our power to get the arms, ammuni?
tion and tents and equipments on the
t scene as speedllv ns possible."
From Savannah the tents will be
sent and the soldiers made as comfor?
table as possible. This Is the llrst
time that It hns been necessary for the
soldiers to go Into the country to quell
rioting, as the crimes which they have
been asked to prevent In the past have
been In towns where there were ample
accommodations.
One report was received during the
day. that not less than one thousand
negroes were under arms In the
BWamps, and that they were In a po?
sition to sustnln themselves for some
time.
WHERE THE OUTBREAK OCCUR?
RED.
Another mestagre said that several
hundred citizens, acting upon their
own responsibility, left Brunswick this
mornlnjr nnd were en route to the
scene of crime. That section of Georgia
comprising Mclntosh and Liberty coun?
ties, where the outbreak has occurred,
Is tho "black belt" of the State. The
negroes there number five to one for
?very white Inhabitant.
It Is recognl?ed as the^most thickly
negro Inhabited section of the State,
and there are many towns and villages
composed solely of negro families in
which no white families live. The land,
which Is owned largely by white peo?
ple, is tenanted by negroes. Some of
the best fnrms are owned by the ne?
groes themselves. It Is known among
the negroes that should a prolonged
difilculty with the whites occur the
blacks would have sufficient food to
sustain them supplied from the farms
either by owners or" tenants, who
would approprite the landlords' crops
without compunction. The Okcofeeno
kee swamp, in a portion of which the
negroes hid, is probably the largest In
the United States, being in many parts
absolutely Impenetrable nnd unexplor?
ed. It is a low marshy land fed by the
sea water and covered with a heavy
growth of vines, tough grasses and
other semi-tropical plants.
THE WORLD
OF SPORT
STANDING OP THE CLUBS.
Won. Lost. Per Ct.
Brooklyn. 35
Boston . 67 42
Philadelphia.c:i 44
Baltimore.64 42
St. Louis .63 50
Cincinnati. 50 48
Chicago.56 54
Pittsburg.55 56
Louisville.4!) 50
New York . 47 50
Washington.36 72
Cleveland.19 95
Score by innings: R.H.13.
Cleveland .0 0 0 0 1 ? 1 4 1
New York .0200 x?2 6 0
Score by Innings? R.H.E.
Chicago.0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 3?6 6 3
Brooklyn .. ..0 0 3 6 0 0 0 1 0?10 16 6
Score by innings? K.H.K.
St. Louis.3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0?4 10 1
Philadelphia . .10 2 02000 0?5 9 4
Score by Innings? R.H.E.
Louisville .. ..20000003 x~ 5 5 0
Baltimore .. ..0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0?1 6 2
Score by innings? R.H.E.
Cincinnati .. ..2 2 3 0 0 3 0 1 x?11 12 4
Washington ..10000010 2? 4 9 S
THE FUTURITY RACE.
CHACORNAC CARRIES OFF HON?
ORS AND MONEY.
New York, Aug. 26.?Chacornac. own?
ed by James It. Keene, won the futurity
race at Sheepshoad Bay to-day In the
fast time of 1:10 2-5. J. J. Hilands
Brigadier was second and Bromiey &
Co.'s Windmere third. It was the
twelfth running of the richest stake In
this country, and the second time that
tlie Keene Colors have been in front.
The futurity to-day was worth nearly
$42,000. It was won by the favorite, and
was altogether the most satisfactory
futurity ever run. Twenty horses went
to the post, with the Keene trio, Cha?
cornac, Virginia Barle and Doublet,
ruling favorite at 8 to 5. They were
sent off with but a few minutes' delay,
and were seen in the distance coming
down the chute in a straight line
through the cloud of dust. Modrlne
was first away with Doublet and Cha?
cornac right behind him. It was work
with hands and knees to get first in to
the stretch, and Spencer and Chacornac
In front as they rounded the long turn.
As they neared the Judge's stand Brig?
adier came through from sixth place
with a rush, cutting down Windmere,
Saint Finnan and Modrlne, and being
beaten by only a half length at the
end. The attendance was very large,
in spite of threatening weather.
Only yesterday James R. Keene pur?
chased Chacornac from James Rowe
for a sum announced to be $25,000. Sum?
mary:
THE SITUATION
IN GERMANY
Emperor William's Personal De?
feat in the Diet.
CONSERVATIVES DID IT
Political Cbnas Follow* tiio Rejec?
tion of tiio canal Hin ? Tiio Km
pcror loudiicIpk Not to Dissolve
tbo Dipt or Acoepl llio Itesliruittlon
Of Ibo t'utitnot-TUo All Untie of llic
i.'oniervnllro.
(Copyright, ISO?, by Associated Press.)
Berlin, Aug. 26.?The political situa?
tion this week has been highly Inter?
esting The defeat o? th; Government
In the Diet, which, after hie emphatic
Utterance at Dortmund was a personal
defeat for Emperor Wll lam, ha? en?
grossed attention to the exclusion of
almost everything els-"1. The fact that
the blow was dealt by the Conserva?
tives a party which his been favored
and nursed for generations at the ex?
pense ol every Other party, made the
event all the more serious.
The absence of llis Majesty compli?
cated the situation for the Cabinet and
the Emp?rer not having expected the
rejection of the canal bill, no provision
was made as to what steps the Govern?
ment would take In such an event. Af?
ter the final vote both Prune Hohen?
lohe, the Imperial Chancellor, and Dr.
Von Miquci, Vice-President of the
Council of Ministers and Prussian
Minister of Finance,? not having any
Instructions, neither the Cabinet nor
the government press Knew- what to
say or do. For several clays political
chaos reljrned, even the opposition
press being at a loss.
A SENSE OK OUTRAGE.
Detailed reports have been wired to
the Emperor not having expected the
Cabinet participating In th* debates,
and 1ms majesty wrote and Wired brief
replies, in which it was apparent lie
felt a keen personal sense of outrage
and meant to deal DUnishmtnt to the
worst blunderers and offenders, that,
however, was Insufficient to let the
Cabinet see their way clear or how to
shape their action. Wednesday's and
Thursday's crown councils, however,
furnished liuht.
THE DIET AND THE CABINET.
It appeared that Emperor William,
after mature reflection, had concluded
not to dissolve the diet and not to ae
I cept the resignation Of the cabinet. It
was represented 10 His Majesty that
i the elections might not result in a ma?
jority for the canal project, while the
dismissal of the cabinet and the for?
mation of a new one would present at
this juncture new and almost Insur?
mountable difficulties. Another weighty
reason why Iiis Majesty in the consid?
eration, skillfully dwelt on by the Con?
servative press that the Emperor ab?
solutely needs a party to restrain and
light the revolutionary elements, not?
ably the Socialists.
REORGA N1ZATIO N POST TON E D.
The proposed partial re-organization
of the cabinet, relieving it of some of
its cilioient member*, like Von Der
Recke. Von Der Horst, the Minister of
the Interior, has been postponed to
quieter times. His Majesty meanwhile
dlsclpllng some of the rhosl refractory
officials who. as delegates voted and
agitated against the Canal bill. Being
resolved on this the present outcome
of the vrisis amounts to next to noth?
ing. The Emperor and the Cabinet
will continue to govern with the same
party which brought In the crisis. The
crsis Is so serious, however, that every
member of th" cabinet has been recall?
ed at Berlin. Prince Hohenlohe even
abandoned his usual summer trip to
Aussce, Austria, and will remain In
this city for some time.
HOHENLOHE TIRI:D.
The correspondent here of the Asso?
ciated Press hears from a reliable
source that Drir.ee Hohenlohe Insts cd
on a dissolution of the diet and the
seignoring of the Cabinet, w hile Dr. j
Von Miquel viewed the situation in the
light finally adopted by the Emp< ror.
Trlnce Hohenlohe, although he yielded
all. is heartily tired of ofllce and can?
not well bear the burdens much lon?
ger.
SPAIN'S AFRICAN COLONIES.
The correspondent here for the As?
sociated Press learns on good authority
that Germany and Franco have been
for some time negotiation for the sale
of Spain's remaining colonies in Africa,
particularly the island of Fernando
Pb.
The Dreyfus case hoi.I Germany's at?
tention to some extent. The anarchist
revolt arid the murder of French offi?
cers in Africa are pointed to as proofs
of the Increasing national disintegration
of France.
ATTITUDE OF CONSERVATIVES.
A most interesting feature of the sit?
uation was the attitude of Conserva?
tives. Out of revenge Barons Voh
Der Recke, Von Der Horst, the Conser?
vative Diet, resolved not to pass any
bills of which he was the author or ad?
vocate. This is ;i regular boycot and
has thus far been carried out.
The present session of the Diet will
scon close, probably by the end of next
week, nfter most pressing business has
been disposed of.
The canal bill will pi ibably be again
introduced at the nexl B ? Ion of the
Diet. The Influential Cons rvntive,
Schlessche Petungu. strongly advocates
retaliatory measures ngnlnst the
Fnited States for its "system "f in?
juring German trade."
The Tageblatt < xpress? s doubl as to
, whether the Paris Exposition of fjWO
will really be held. It claims that a
: majority of Germans who had Intended
going will now stay at home, as they
are not certain that life and property
will be safe 1n France.
The Bhen'ish Alsatian papers . are
printing a lot of details In regard to
the discovery of an anarchist plot
I against the Emperor, originating It,
! Pans. All suspicious stranR-r? were ar?
rested and held until Emperor William
had left. The same reports c^me from
Metz and other places, where the Ital?
ian workmen were either driven away
or closely watched
BERK?EY
Misses Bessto Murden and Alice
Scan*, <>f Princess Anne county, are
Visums Miss Mau'.? Gl.mining, 0:1 Lib?
erty sit < et.
Miss Lola Glemmlng has returned
from a week's visu to relatives at
Gnat Bridge.
Some mischievous boy with a Fie?
bert rifle Bhot a ball through a win?
dow In the residence of .Mr. j. c. Sykes,
on Payne street, Friday evening, which
struck Mrs. Syk s on the head and
stunned her 1 r several moments. The
bullet, after strik ng her diagonally
glanced and struck the opposite
side of the room and fell to the iloor.
Slie narrowly escai l serious Injury.
Mr. and Mrs. q. t. Sexton and chil?
dren have n turn? I t: tin eastern North
Carolina, where they spent four weeks.
Citizens on Lee street aie complain?
ing <>f the li ngth of lime garbage is al?
lowed to remain on the street after it
is removed from their premises. The
writer was Informed by a citizen that
a dead cat was permitted to bo en the
street in front 1 t his residence tor three
days, and be ame very offensive.
Mr. K. M. Tilloy has returned from
a visit of several days to his daughters,
at Perryyllle, Va., on tlie Norfolk and
Western railroad.
Miss Gertie Mathcws, of South Nor?
folk, is visiting her parents, in Smith
Held.
Misses Tcssic and Mary Wilson, of
Smithtlcld, are the guests of their
aunt. Mrs. J. A. McCloud, Jr., of South
Norfolk.
Mr. lt. C. Hume, pharmacist nt the
South Norfolk drug store, who has been
spending his vacation among relatives
In Culpcppcr county, has returned, and
resumed his duties.
Mrs. 13. Petherbridge and daughters,
Misses Blanche and Edna, have return?
ed from Baltimore, where they spent
lite past month.
Mr. and Mrs. ,T. A. Barren and child
have returned from a several weeks'
trip through eastern North Carolina.
Willie Smith and Prank Simmons,
both colored, charged with cutting
Richard Smith, also colored, during 11
drunken row Friday night, on Pearl
street, were before the Mayor yester?
day afternoon and were sent on to the
grand jin y.
Mr. Percy ITnlstead, who had bis leg
broken at Hertford. N. C. the first of
the week, and was taken to St. Vin?
cent's Hospital, In Norfolk. Is Improv?
ing. It Is thought It will not be neces?
sary to amputate the Injured limb.
The tug ban Sallle. owned by Capt.
A. N. Marshall, of Berkloy, and man
aged by <""apt. ft. E. Wood, also of this
city, will be used In towing craft
through the Dismal Swamp Canal.
The Norfolk and Southern Railroad
Company is making very extensive Im?
provements nt Mackey's Ferry. N. C.
They are building two transfer bridges
and a long line of wharfage.
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Humphries have
gone to Philadelphia, Niagara Palls and
Other Northern points.
Miss Nellie Old \r. visiting friends
at Land of Promise. Virginia.
Deputy Clerk of the county Court,
Mr. W. II. Harnes, and daughter, re?
turned last night from Mountain Top.
where they have been for Mr. r.arnes'
health.
Mr. W. W. Robertson left yesterday
for a Northern trip.
Mr. Walter Jones is quite sick at his
home on Virginia street.
Mr. II. Goodman is having such an
increase In his furniture business that
he has decided to discontinue his shoe
and notion departments and give bis
entire attention to his furniture trade.
BERKLEY ADVTS.
"notice to saw mill
and planing men.
A mass meetlrg of the employees will
be held at Pythian Hall. Berkley, M<>x
DAY EVENING, the 2Sth, at s o'clock. It
TO ffii PATRONS.
Owing t "> the extensive Increase of my
Furniture an*. General Iloiisefurnishlng
trade compels me to discontinue the Dry
Goods and She.- trail.', and having le
fuscd an offer of 7", per cent. <-n tho dol?
lar for my entire stock r.r Drv <; od?
and Shoes, I feel that 1 would be justified
In placing before my patrons my enl re
sio-?k of high class Dry Goods and SIlOCS,
to bo
SOLD AT AND
BELOW COST,
ff-eliiiL' thai my patrons are entitled to th*
privilege it ibis sacrifice in return foi the
many favors shown to mo by my numer?
ous frl< nds.
Beginning from Monday and until tin
ntir.? stock is sold, you have the choice
to select everything in th" aboyo Hue at
j per cent, less than actual coat.
This !s a bona fide s.itc. It will bo ae
advantage to .ill to avail themselves bl
tills extraordinary opportunity.
Thanking all my fi i. nils for their k'ud
nCSS in the past, assuring them I will be
only too glad to serve th. m in everything
in General Houseftirhishihg Goods in the
future. Very respectfully,
Hayman Goodman,
Liberty Street, Between
_10th and 11th._
~j6hw s. etheridge.
LIVEItT AND rtOAHDINQ BTAULES
HE UK LET. VA.
Norf.dk an:i Cor-sti-outn irads lo'tolletl
Neo Phone No. 1.201.
BLOOD POISON
have YOU Sor
per-Colorcd Spot
Throat. Pimples. Cop
Aches. Old Sores. l'l
Moifth, Hair Falling! Write
COOK REMEDY CO.. is;7 MASONIC
TEMPLE, Chicago, ill., for proofs of
cures. Capita! toOu.OOO. Worst cases cure
In 15 to ? days. 100-page bo?k free.
.. ,,.i,T. RfegUaa D?rAcad Braas.
ENNYROYAL FILLS
Original ant) Out, Gfnalnr
sud ?/ all Looal Oruf <!?<??
r l'?.(iri/'l?!*'f. -
,000 .-.?!?ia'?l. ltaokit.fr*
mlcnHV.V-Jla.n Son*?*.
l-iUl.il.-A. l'l
This, of mrse, will necessitate a preat |
sacrifl o sale In the dry goods line,
which he will begin on Monday and|
continue until thi* entire line Is dis?
posal of. See what he Is offering In
his advertisement and call at his store |
and ex.inline his stock.
Miss O. P. Birch, of Norfolk, has]
been engaged to teach at the Co-Edu
oational Institute during the coming
session.
Messrs, W. B. Dougherty and W. Li.
Berkley will leave Monday for New
York, to purchase their f.\ll stock of |
dry goods and furniture.
MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
At the monthly meeting of the Mis-]
slonary Society of Main Street Chris?
tian Church the following w ill be the |
program:
Hymn, No. 621.
Reading Scripture;
Hymn. No. 609.
Prayer, all heads bowed.
Collection of dues.
Appointment of committees.
Solo. "Home So Blest?Mrs. Calcott
Recitation. "Legend Beautiful"?
Miss o. r. Birch.
Solo. "Babylon"?Miss Xaomle Eley.
l: v e 11 em >-?? t Iii I'wnuirnl.
(Fty Tclccrarih to V!rstntan-rilot.>
Lourenzo Marques. Delagoa Bay.,
Aug. 26.?Several persons suspected of
helnc emmlssarlcs of the Transvaal
govcrment have been nrrested here.
Excitement prevails and in view of a
contemplated Transvaal raid the Por?
tuguese tn> >'.is are kept in readiness
for an emergency.
Cured by Johnson's Uytpcpiia Cure
" I suffer cd over! wo years with i? litest ion and
Kcivotia Dyspepsia, unable i<j cut ur sleep. 1
tiic.l several physicians and dlffetet-.t lemedies.
lj.it they only helped me for n ?h?rt lime. A
furnJ advised me to take Johnson'? Uv-pep-da
Cure. 1 have t.tVrn lb: re liovvs, a-.irt a:a n n?
feeling 1-e.lter Ihun I hare fcr l\ro years, Have
a Rood appetite, slte;> ^vell and hare none of Hit?
symptoms of Indigestion or Dyspepsia, while
I h.ive cabled ten pounds In weight within a
couple of month*. lKin lakinf pl?..i'-.iic in te
commending Johnson's Dyspc^ida Cute where*
evrr I can,andaevcral *f my fiioed-; are t.itine,
il ? ith marled results A. Arnold, Ciau.
Larte P,ojt lo cts. by mail, or five i.eent ttainptt
made at THii JOHNSON LABORATORIES, Inc.
PHimr:rt.p:iiii
\
Snclllnga 1'harnacy, Itotwrt F. Uotnics
& Co.. .1 M. V. Trotter. Wallace A Moore,
Norfolk: Wallace .v- Co., Berkley; Jerome
P. Cnrr. Portsmouth!
M For six years I wna a victim of rty??
fieppin in III worst form 1 eoulil en uoililn?
lUt milk to-ist. and ut times my stomach ?.<. ulu
tot re;.\li and direst even th.it. Lust March l
began taking CASCARETS and since thent
have steadily Improved, until 1 am as well as I
ever \vji iu inv life."
Daviu H. Munrar, Newark. O.
Pletaant, P.vlaiablo. Potent. Tnite Good. De
Goo?. .Never Slckuu. Weaken, or Orlpv. 10,'. 36e. Uc
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
8Url.o{ ;;?isr.i) fwyiiy, < Mr-go, Jaioatraal. K?n Vork. 511
BLOOD TELLS.
Yra. It 1= the Index lo health. If
you have had blood you are likely
id learn that you have Rheuma?
tism, one of the most horrible dis?
eases to which mankind Is heir. If
this disease has .lust begun Its work,
or If you have been afflicted for
years, you should at once take the
wonderful new cure.
RHEUMACIDE
Thousands have been cured. The
summer season is the heal lime to
lake a rheumatic remedy. Nature
win then aid the medicine in effect?
ing a permanent, coustltui onnl
cure. People with bad blood are
subject to catarrh. Indigestion, and
many other diseases. To be healthy
the blood must lio p;:r-- RHBlf
MAC1DE Is the Prince of blood
purifiers.
Sold In Norfolk by McC|enahan ,t
Powell; in Portsmouth by \Y. K.
Hodges ?V- Co.. and diUKgists gener
hy buying your Cock Stovo direct from
the factory. We manufacture somo of the
best bmnds of Stoves nud?, amongst
(hem tho celebrated Fltz Iyo Cook-Stoves
imade In six sizes). They aro unequalled
in baking qualities, durability, appear?
ance and extra large ovens. All Stoves
;uar anteed.
Write for catalogue and prices.
SOUTHERN SIOVE-WOHKS.
815 to 827 Nortli SeYenteentti St.,
RICHMOND, VA.
myl7-we,fr,su-ly
DR. ANNA GIEBING.
FegisteriJ Pliysicaa
Private aanltarlum
of high repute. Veg?
etable compo?nd for
ttn.n.u compiuliux
$1.00. Lilly Whlt?
Regulative Pills 12.
Wtves without chil?
dren coneult mo.
lfiOJ K. Daltlmore at.
Baltimore, ltd.
Botanic Blood Balm i
(B. B. B.) CURES
BLOOD
POISON
SYMPTOMS. If you have either pim?
ples, painful swellings, ulcers, or mucous
patches In throat, or mouth, sore eyes or
nose, slow discharge from the ears, cop*
per-eolored spots (?emetlmc? the spots
are rej or pink), sore? on the back, or
ulcers on legs, color bad. skin Itches and
burns, boils, aching bones, feet or hands
puff up and swell, hair and eyebrows fall
out. then you have plood poison either
acquired or inherited. Begin taking Bo?
tanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) at once at
any stage of the disease, and in one to
six months tho poison will be driven out
of the system, and a euro will result. All
the symptoms will qulcklr disappear, and
vou will be happy onco more. B. B. B.
iKotanlc Blood Balm) is a thoroughly
tested blood remedy, and the only remedy
that drives the poison out of the blood,
bones and entire system, eliminating every
trace of the disease. Patients cured 20
years ago by Blood Balm are perfectly
well ana happy to-day. Botanic Blood
Baim <B. B. B.) docs not contain vegetable
or mineral poison, and acts as a tine
tonic, building up tho broken down con?
stitution. For sale by druggists. Large
bottles fl, sir: (full treatment) for 18.
Write for it and FREE TRIAL BOTTLE
sent, all charges prepaid. Describe symp?
toms and personal free' nicdlc.il advice
Will be given.
Address, Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta. Ga.
j*-:;.-sii. tu, th.
- T H B -
NOTTiPiipi & WRENN CO..
NORFOLK, VA.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
? IN?
We now have on our yard a stock of
freshly mined and choice
ANTHRACITE COAL.
Our customers would do well to place
Ihelr orders and lay In their winter sap
ply while the oo.tl Is dry. fresh and clean.
Pocahontas .Steam Coal
a specialty. Get our ptiecs before buying
elsewhere.
Pine and Oak Wood !
of the very best quality on this inark?t:
sawed, split and delivered as required.
Your orders are respectfully solicited.
1 Noiiwi I ffra Go.
NORFOLK, VA.
OLD 'PHONES. B-1M and 2*5.
NEW 'PHONES. 15 and 2?;.
POCAHONTAS COAL
We beg (o call the attention of ths
public that we are Miners' Agents for
the Celebrated
Pocahontas
Steam Coal.
GeOiWJaylnr&Co
Wholesale and Retail Dealers :.i
ANTHRACITE ft
and BITUMINOUS U
61 GRANBY STREET.
VARDS-Central Wharf.
SHIPPING PIERS?N. & W. R'y Co,
Norfolk and Lambert'? 1'cint.
'Phones. H and 1ST.
Fresh Land Piaster
AUGUST 12.
NOW LANDING.
COAL TAR
PINE TAR
in oil, pork and pine barrels.
Shell Lime
No. 1 Rock Lime
JOHN ?TGflMnGE
WOODSIDE'S WHARF.
"COAL,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
?FOR?
Bituminous, Toms Creek, .'ir
ginia, Anthracite, Penn?
sylvania.
The coal we handle is strictly uniform
and of tirst-class quality.
Trigg &, Wilmer
CITIZENS' BANK BUILDING AND 7-U1
N1YISION STREET.
BOTH PHONES.
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