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SN OLD NANSEMOND
Many Newsy and Entjitiining Matters Gath?
ered in the Pretty Town of Suffolk.
TO NOMINATE FOR THE ASSEMBLY.
Tiic Events ?i Hie Coming- Wceta
l'ltroiilele?! The Fi reinen? Atliinlti
fund (in .tn Increase Nitllwlh Jng
luv IsS.I.OU Mutters I'ersumil. lie
Itgious ami otherwise
Rev. J IV Love, who conducted n
revival ai Driver's this week, returned
yesterday to Suffolk accompanied by
Dr II VV. Rattle, of Petersburg, who
Mr. J. \V. Hosier, secretory, ydster
day received u uuinher "i entries for
this week s fair.
The house and lol of Mrs. (ieor
giunn 1'arker. Main street, will be S"ld
The Circuit Court, which begins
Tuesday. Judge I'rentlss, will tlrst call
lor trial tin- n, w cases "ii tie docket
before proceeding t.> tin- ?<l.l ones.
A drama entfcletl "Relne.cca's Tti
umph" will i.t presented next Thursday
by local tulent. The proceeds are for
a good purpose.
j. r. iiutg. s. a young attorney, for?
merly ot W illiam and Mary College, liul
more recently graduate at the Univer?
sity ? I the South, ill Tennessee, has lo?
cated in Sail..Ik. and w ill have an olllce
In the I lout he building
There are how leu Inmates In the
county Jail, bcvcii nu n and three wo?
?Miss Dorn Dennis is in New York ns
tin- guest or her brother, S .1. Dennis,
n former Buffolklan.
There were only four marriage II
cehses?two white and two colored
Issued from the Clerks olllco during the
flist twelve days of October.
Mi E. It Oiixsard was ibis week
elected u mi mber of the Hoy kin Town
Council t" till a vacancy caused by the
removal ur u i. Hovel I j Bs<|., t?>
Dr. J. ?'. Aylor, of Princeton College,
will preach in the Pine Street ?V. M
10. church at S o'clock this evening.
Mrs. i}. 1-' Batten lias this week been
visiting her grandmother Mrs. Jullu
Haydcn, in Bmlthflcld.
HOLY NECK l)K LEGATION.?The
following delegates t<? to-morrow's con?
vention won- chosen lust uflcrnuou In
Holy Neck District:
Holy Neck PrecVnct?Dr. T. H.
Harnes, Jason Holland, Jasper Dough
trey, \V D. Holland. .1 ic Holland. \\ .
H. Jones, J. Prank Culchln, J. W. Eve?
rett, Luther Ituwlcs, \Y. 10. Whltlleld,
CopdaJnd .i k I'. Dnughtruy, T.
G. Daughtrey, A, P. Hidladay, VV. ii
Norfleet, ?'. C. King. Leroy Hodges,
M. II. Iloluud
Kilby's Mill ?W. Frank Kb v. 10. L,
Ha I la nl.
Idi:i> IN ASYLUMS. Sheriff Baker
yesterday received notices announcing
the death of two hi nut ten Belli from
this county?taifayette Brlnkloy,white,
at the Eastern Lunatic Asylum, Wll
Hnmsburg, ami John It. Jackson, col?
ored, at the Central Asylum, in Peters
burg, Brlnkley formerly lived near
Cypress Chapel, and Jackson at Chupk
APPROACHINO M A It It IAO 10. -Mr.
W illiam E. Rnwles, of Suffolk, who Is
connected with ihe Atlanilc ami Dan?
ville mad. will, on Wednesday, October
SOt It. wedd Miss Fanny Chaplin In
Greenville county, Va. The ceremony
will be performed at ilm bride's resi?
dence, near Durand.
Mr. W. C, i.<i.at. representing Hie ad
vance brigade No 2 of "A Brcex)
Time." which will appear nt the City
Hall Theatre Wednesday, last night
gaVe a stereopllcan entertainment on
Washington Square, which wits wit?
nessed by a large crowd. About 200
view's, son,,- of ihem very attractive,
PAID FOR IIIS FUN.?F. N. Mobry.
n very respectable looking while man.
who has been boarding in Sutv..il; fpi
sonic lime, was in his .ups Friday
night, ami created a disturbance, He
was yesterday hefore Ihe Mayor, who
levied a Jug tax of $5.90.
EVENTS OF THIS WEEK.?The
present iveck promises lb be an evcrii
ful ono for tie- lotvn '?( Suffolk, ami I he
several occasions of Interest will prob?
ably attract thousands of visitors
Politically, to-morrow will be tlie day
of Interest, as the Nans,-in,.ml County
Democratic Nominating Convention
will meet here, and name a candldati
for tin- Legislature. From a Judicial
standpoint there will l?- two events ol
Importance- County ami Circuit courts
Judge Kilby will convene lite formet
fo-morrow, ami Judge Prentiss win
open tie- latter Tuesday, when linpbr
taut damage suits are set for trial.
The Suffolk Fair, for which grcal prep?
arations hate been mad.-, will begin
Tuesday and last four days
TOOK A SUDDEN RISE Tin- At?
lanta Fund ol ib.- Phoenix Pin Com?
pany; No. 1. which tie- citizen's <?'.
Suffolk nr.- raising to .1. fray the com?
pany's expenses lo tin- Cotton States'
and International Exposition, yester?
day as a consequence "f The Vir?
ginian's nolle.- to hurry up dona
tie:,.-, took a sudden ii<... The amount
was increased p. 1160.20 hy the follow?
ing persons: Dr. J. B. Phillips. $1; U
"W BOker. $1; LoUin and Law she.
Dr. P. w. Skllea, $5; Colonel .1. 11 Mm
leary, sr.; Suffolk ami Carolina Hail
way Company, $io. There nr.- still a
f.-w other amounts promised, which tin
donors will please hand in within the
hext f.w days. The committee has in.I
yet d.-eided -ill ihe exact dale when the
boys will start.
T<? Ml i It ROW ' 8 N< ?MINAT1NC1
CONVENTION A convention seven?
ty-six strong, representing twenty
tlim s as many votes casi for Governor
O'FerraII in 1803. will assemble in tin
city Hall Theatre at 12 m. to-mor?
row to name a Democratic nominee to
represent Nansemond in Virginia':
next General Assembly. Hon. .1. K
Booker, Incumbent, is more prominent?
ly a candidate than any other 11 a III i
that has been mentioned, and will li?
the only ..tie presented from Stiff..Ik
the Others haying withdraw. The con?
test. If any. will be between him and
some man in the county, where- thi
names of p. m. Arthur, of i...wer Par?
ish, nml l?r IC E. Riddick, of Cypress
have been connected with the nomina?
tion. Tie- sun.,ik delegation is almost
if not quite soii.i im Booker. Delegates
of the county in all districts but one
were chosen last evening. Many of
those, too. will support Hooker.
Over 500 people fitted with glasses in
Norfolk by Dr. WECK, and no com?
plaints. *'. K- GALL. 152 Main at.
At no Pravious time have we had in slock such a collection of
HANDSOME, STYLISH GOODS
AS WE NOW SHOW IN THE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTS:
dry goods hud silks.
Novelties of extraordin?r)
beauty recently selected in
New York. No such variety
in the very newest styles have
ever been shown here. We
have an especially large line <>l
Silks for evening and street
CUKIS ID FURNITURE. [?II M GUSSIRE.
The largest stock, the hand?
somest goods and the besl
values can be found in this
The styles and patterns we
show are the latest and most
desirable in the country. We
store, our buyer haying just have also received an immense
returned from a special trip line of rugs irom 9x12 to the
for Novelties in this depart-j smallest, which we will sell at
inent. less than New York prices.
Our stock of Lemoge and
Vienna Dinner Sells, Tea Setts
and Fancy China, Brass and
Onyx Tables and Cabinets, and
Cut Glass Vases, Bowls and
Fancy pieces, exceeds in quan?
tity and quality any stock in
It is impossible to describe the extent and variety of our stock. E^ch department has had its goods selected
by special department buyers, and are the latest and mos! desirable productions and importations.
I'll Ml rat i oils Id ii Ii I'll.
"THE (HMDE." This is tin- title of a !
new publication in tlio Interest of the
traveling public ami advertisers in gen
oral. It is distributed ilnlly on all the
trains anil Btenmcrs that come to Nor?
folk Tin publishers will etuletivor t>>
make thelt Journal up lo tin- times.
Mr Joseph llcitnclly, formerly of Tito
I Virginian, is cull licet ctl with tin- ptllilt
I cut Ion ami will make its merits known
to tin* mix erttscru.
NORTH AM EIHCAN UEVIEW.
The October numbei r.'Iveil from the
publishers is brim lull of Rood rending,
?"riu Atlanta Exposition" is t reu ted by
the Governor of Ooorglu." Among iln-1
other sul.hots an- "Politics and tin I
Insane." Ihr.Is in Plight ami On- Plj |
lug Machine.lie Mlcrolic as a Bo
clul Leveller." "A Stiul> of Wives."
"English ? Women in Pol It ton I Cnm.
palgiiy.l*ho Liquor Question.*' "Hunt?
ing Large Onme,.I'he Second Empire
a ml the Cause of th. Mexico tt War'.. 1 Is
Socialism advancing in England." Price
THE A HEN A Tin- contents of (he
Alcnu for Uctober embraces, among
other articles, the following: "Cheater
on Hi.- i tee," "A Hattle for Soiind Mor?
ality." " Preacher ami Plutocrat." "Oc
, tili Manifestations," "Hand ami
Money,I'ho England of Sir Tin.mas
M.-Tin- Significance of Labor
Day," "A lluinblu Advocnte." Price M
con l a.
ROBHED (>N THE ST HE ET Mr. M.
It. Hnvllls. who keeps a llah stand on
lower Matthews street, was rettiruinti
home, Inst night at s n'l look. when he
was alia.-lo.I uuar tin residence of
Mr. Mack Sawyer, on North Roud streut
b) a man.win-in In- could not see plain?
ly enough lo Identify,and his money, lb
Hu- amount ul t-LftO, lukeii from him.
The robber knocked Mr. Savill* down
ami got his money, ami as In- started
away lie caught his In:, bill wiis unable
i.i hohl him Ii was t.lark to distin?
guish tlx- man's features, ami Mr. Sn
\ ills is only certain thai In- was a negro.
"A Hreozy Times" will be presented
at tin- Opern House here on Thursday
liexl Katherlhe vVebater ami Mr. E.
It, Pits, the principals, are supported bj
an aide COIIIpUliy. Tin' play tins the
reputntton of being very interesting
ami amusing, with a go.nl many now
features added to tl.rlginal
Tin colored woman known an "The
Southern Mocking Rlrd" will gi\.- an
eliterlainmeni Int.- next week.
Epilepsy 20 Years.
Cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine.
A few years ago, Mr. I.. W. Qallahcr, was
an extensive, successful expert manu?
facturer of lumber products. Attacked " Ith
epilepsy, ho was obliged to give up his busi?
ness. Tho attacks canio upon liira most in -
opportunely. One it tue falling from a carri?
age, at another down stairs, and often in the
Street, Ouco he fell down a shaft in the
mill, his injuries m arly proving fatal. Mr.
Qallaher writes from Milwaui.ee, Feb. iti, 'Uj.
"There arc none more inlsorablo than epi?
leptics, l or 20 years 1 suffered with cpllep
tie tits, having a> high as five in one Dicht. 1
tried any uumncr of physicians, paying to
otic aionc, a fee of KOO.00 auo have none
little for years but search for something to
help o.e. and have taken all the lea,Inn:
remedies, hat receit ed au bi ueSt. A year ago
my son, Chas. S. Oallaher. druggist at lai
heed St., Milwaukee, gave me l>r Miles'
Restorative Nervine, und 1 tried it with
gratifying results. Have had hut two tits
?iiicc I begun lukitic it. i a:a t>,.;ter now m
every way than I have been in 20 year.-,."
Dr. Miles' Remedies are.- .-! l y druggists
on a positive guarantee that the Orst bottle
wilt benefit or price refunded, book ou the
Heart and Nerves, free. Address,
Dr. Miles' Remedies Restore Health.
ELIZABETH CITY, N
Dr. Miles Medical O
i., KlUiart, Ind.
We respectfully invite the ladies to our Grand Dis
I play ol PATTERN HATS .VXD BONNETS and other
j Millinery Novelties on TUE8DA*Y AND WEDNESDAY,
I (October 8th und 9th.
J 204 Main St., Norfolk, Va
KERN FURNITURE CO,,
Wholesale and Retail Dealei s,
24 Old Market Square.
What a Question. We have them from $17.50
rriTiri IBs u?? and ?ive y?u 9 p|eces at inat- we are ,iead"
^saSM^BjPmE of all descriptions, and it will pay
you to call on us before you make
your purchase. Also, just re?
ceived, a lot of
:gs, on mies n m.
[Hail Orders Promptly Attendee! to.
ern Furniture Co,
THIS ROCKER ONLY $1.48.
SAVED! SAVED! SAVED!.
Cried the buyer, clasping tke dollar in his pocket book.
The reader of this can do the same by purchasing his or
her wants from the Great Hardware Depot of
WHITE & DQDSDH, IS1 main street, Norfolk, Ifa.
Coal Hods, Oil Stoves, Chafing Dishes, Shovels. Tongs
and all things to make housekeeping happy. Hardware,
Paints, Oils, Mantles, Sash Doors and Blinds, Mill Supplies,
Pipes, Bicycles and Bicycle Sundries.
GHve Us a Call!
(!<IAI. A * It U ii (> Ii. in Mi ?MI \V IM?I?.
? YARD FULL
? Of the Best Free Burning LEHIGH COAL, STOVE NUT,
8 GRATE and FURNACE,
8 #0.00 1 2,240 FOUNDS,
8 <"'ive me ii culi. iin.l will insure you the ST AT I.OWK8T PHH I' -
8 G. S. BRIGGS, Lumber, Coal and Wood Yard,
O Kant Knl Falkland and ('hsrlnUu streets. IVIopli mod No. i.U an 1 792. Q
8 DOWN N OFFlOE?No. lb Commerce street, ueitr Main, g
st IIOHl.s AM? VW I I? KM UN.
Virginia Military Iinstitute.
A7ili Yrai Stnli Mltita') Scientific aud Tvclinl
cat ?cImmiI, J'i.gli Comae* lit ^ip tai nail .>i
I'liftl * lii'iui>tt v. und hi Kngiiti'ttiiiiK. iMrrot
rutifirrreil it..r- tJiml v M. I. ami Ita-dii'lor
.- i. in I'.? i lirul. owm-. Munter Belm
Civil I-??;:>:?? ? r. Ml cxiietiavs, in I nline doiliing
:.? t liii'itlental?, |ii iildul .11 rati- uf S.'W.fiu rer
wollt It iw mi iiv?'ia;u fur lite foiu )ear>, cxclugir?
?it i nttit.
tiliS Si ITSIIHT, Stiiu-rhiteiuloiit,
138 GRANBY ST.,
OPENS lilt? OUTOBER IS!. I895.
i n.- four department's, Senior, Junior,
Primary ami Kindergarten, will be un?
der Ilm charge ??( thoroughly cjualltled
ami notubl) successful teachers. Spe?
cial attention given to th< Languages
and Music The Kindergurten offers
exceptional advantages fur tin- scli-n
tii'n- training: uf little children. A few
boarders win bo accommodated. Cir?
culars at bookstores. For further In?
formal hm address
MISS .MINKS DOITOLA8 WERT.
Ac t lug Principal,
l-MGranby strct, Norfolk. Va.
NORFOLK RCRDEmY !
A school fur buys, ikissi gslnn certain dls
tlin live advantuiicH which may be siiin
mcd up as follow ?.
1, Its broud curriculum.
2. Its Spirit of pi 'ii:i i- is
:t. Its wliob ?ome discipltnl
i. The continuity >ii its course through
both clcmcntury and xccohdnr) grades.
i;. 'Hb.- social ; l and I hi; of Us patrons.
7. Its two-acre playground.
8. Local s. ntlment.
II. Us moderate ? barges,
to. its success.
Ii would ???? easy i?> mention other ad?
vantages which it nib.'tit iiossess, but does
not; yet that it combines morn than any
other hoys school in thl< section is will
recognized. Its live male teachers are
teachers !?> choice und profession. Its
graduates have- been admlti-d to Johns
IlupkliiH University; University of Vir?
ginia, Troy Polytechnic, I.eldgh Unlvcr
slty, Stevens, West Point mid similar in?
Next session begin* September
Catalogues road) August 12th.
RODT. W. TUNSTALL. B. A..
Classical Schoo! for Boys.
MISS BESSIE L. FITCHETT
mil open hei < In?tti'-ai S liool ror l!oyn ?t l
liiil.e. htreet, l iUU-haY. HE I 'i t M liKB
ietsru. tv-.\ I or rurtlier niruriiiatiou a i
uM'?i her, until afi-i Sept. ruber Zinli. i .r.
?OL. Ii ?. M Alt It,
raSO tf liSxiuKt >'ii Va.
Norfolk Iron Works,
GI:0. W. DUVAt ?5: CO.,
No. IS Water Street, Norfolk, Va,
KNOINKH, ItOli.KItS, HA WM im. uii.l
all kinds of inuclilneo Ol I tie most Im?
proved J...M. r:;s Als,, repairing at Iii?
shortest notice Paitlelilar attention
to steamboat work. DUVAI/H l'ATRNT
riOll.Kit ti hi: i-'i:min.i:s are tu
only iK-rfect remedy for leaky bot Ii r tubes.
Tncy can l?- Inaerted In a few minutes bj
any engineer, ami an- warranted to BtO|i
Til 13 MISS VOGELS,
LATE nl Tilt:
BERUH CONSERVATORY Or RIQ8I6,
?ii:\> iit;i:s01 ri.iNo. violin \ni>
TIHEORV C F MUSI C
ACt'OHIdSU TO THE I.ATFKT CONSKUVA
iui;Y mi i Uni? .
Modern languiges tntiidil |>i:irtt. .illv mil tin
M?tlc?llj . icr the ii etkoil ul Hi ? Hei In Sobool j
i no| u*| t-, \>... ict.y pupili k-aru rapidlylo speak
? IW*I1 u read mil wrlU. Elgin years .-tportauia
?ciuuU. titudlo ?irc?l
SASH, DOORS, BLSNOSs
HUE BUILDERS1 HARDWARE,
PAIHU OILS, limi),
Polish Plate and Winura Glass,
ION >MAN A M Alt i INEZ PUKE
ItEADi-MINK > PA i NT v EVEttV
CAI.LON HOM> i NDElt A HIND
COOKE, CLARK & CC
I II I I .
Our delivery of eottl is a tiling of neat?
ness and dispatch. Our coal I? screened,
und therefore neater to liundlu and bet?
ter t" ii"' I'rontiitness and neatness und
delivery Is a feature which all mir patrons
pi?l>recluteiso we ulve II special attention.
The coal lisoll ean he no better.
The Nottingham & Wlenn Co,,
M MAIN STHEKT, NORFOLK, v*A.
MUT, FUUNAOK, O. bTOVii, Wo!?
BTMNT (Heal Splint), M'SSKU. OltEBtX,
I'Ot AIIONTAS LUMP, TOM'S OHUS i
QUANHTV \NI> QUALITY (iUAltANTHICD.
(aidmi Kinds end tell seasoned weod lof Si1
CEO, W. TAYLOR & CO.,
m>. 47 UUANUV. rt: Kl-.l.t'.
C?T Phono .11.
E 111 YHRDS I
FULL OF COAL. /!
;~ If von \rntil n whole t n or (tili*- - 2
? V fa.'i on. lei im mini npa toil o:J.2iU z.J?
'c pound* clean conk *5 for .lima. ~.
g 65 WATER STREEI". g
0! inieresi 10 Honoik county uuchers:
We have n large .took of
F.F. Calcined Plaster.Panis Green
We niro keep in stock n full Hoe ol Hi.;Sj
Grade III AM)
Batchelder & Collins,
No. \\ ATKlt ST KICK r.
MOSQUITOES MIO MOTHS
Arc Instantly Killed
"AH1I-SKEET" MEERS 1(1 CtillS.
All l>rnKgi*U or from the
NATION tli dOLIOl i INfi COMP AN x*.
? ?,-v,f No,9CWfib avenue, .Nut Yoifc.