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jglONEL R. E. BOYKIN
Be Elected State Senator by a Safe Ma
? jerlty Says the Executive Committee
v, -,
SUFFOLK AND NANSEMOND COUNTY.
m
?teo Concerning the llnptlst Hcvlvnl
,;--A Corrected 1.1*1 ??r the Judges,
^Clerks mid Constables or Election?
%he Second lMvlslon of Firemen
; Off -Many Personal .Mutters.
Suffolk, Va.. Nov. 2.?(Special.)?The
iahocratlc County Executive Commlt
fe had an enthusiastic meeting to-day
iBufTolk in the otllco of Major C. \V.
right. The coming election and its
?iilts were discussed. The concensus
^Opinion among the members present
lilted to the election of Colonel it. E.
ttykin. of Smithlleld. to the State
inate fcy a safe majority. Hon. J. 10.
jker for the House has no opposi
an, and only a small vote will be poll
I. The committee transacted no new
iusiness.
KT--H E COUNTY ELECTORAI".
">ARD.?The Electoral Hoard met In
iff oik. made a few changes In the
lection officers, and placed the official
"~. ip. on 8,150 tickets, that being twice
ieYnumber of voters. The bnllots. ftc.
ill be turned over to S. P. Vandcrsllce.
.^.retary, to be delivered to the judges |
jt?the several precincts.
PHE BAPTIST REVIVAL?The re
at the Baptist Church, under the
jriduct of Rev. J. F. Love has been in
B'rbgresS for a week. There Have been
fjieyeral manifestations of Interest, and
' lests for prayer. The crowds in at
fance have been gradually growing,
ie. series will continue Sunday and
MU week, when a number of profes
^ons Is expected. The pastor's ser
ibn~"8unday night will be "An Unpar
sable Sin."
PHE LAKE FARM SOLD.?Consta- I
?Branch, for Captain A. P. Comer,
lbstltuted trustee, nt 12 o'clock to
play, sold In front of the post-office the |
leorge W. Lake farm, located in
?Ch'uckatuck district, and containing
iil5 acres. It was bid in by Gus Wll
"llarhs for $1.100.
PRELECTION OFFICIOUS.?Following
jJb: a corrected list, ns revised by the
^County Electoral Board, of the ofllcern \
b(#hO will serve In Suffolk and Nanse
f'tnond county In next Tuesday's con?
gest.
^."Suffolk?Judges. C. W. .Wright. W.
;|A. King. R. M. Holland. Special con
astuble, J. F. Johnson.
^Junction?Judges, George W. Jake
"aan, .W. N. Harrell, Joe GrHflln. Spe
jlal constable, James E. Jordan.
$?'J Ebenezer?Judges, R. H. Atkinson,
'Charles Mertlg. Exum Butler. Special
constable. Sanford Mitchell. . ? ?
J&Kilby's Mill?Judges. K. L. Billiard,
?laesse Knight, Ben Dumville, Special
'^Constable, George Daughtroy.
&v. Myrtle?Judges. T. A. McCleavey. R.
iOt.. Pierce, A. J. Powell. Special con?
stable, Frank E. Stallings.
jftp'Holy Neck?Judges, W. D. Holland.
I- I iLafayette, Rawles. Nazarett Gros::.
'Special constable, Jasper Daughlrey.
^VYeates?Judges. J. P. Bldgood, Wel
?j?'h"Hinten, W. It. Old, Jr. Special con?
stable, Clarence Carney. ^
&; Cypress?Judges. J. H. Brlnkley.
,-';8amuel .Wllkins, Jesse Langston. Spe
jfcial constable, R. F. Rogers.
?.:!'.'Paul's Branchy-Judges. F. P. Faulk
Klrbd, J. I. Cross, George P. Fltchette.
?V''J9peclal constable. Mills J. Riddick. ,
m' Copeland's Mill?Judges, A. F..HolIn
K?ay. J. K. I'. Dnugbtrey. 10. A.'Cope
(ft.land. , Special constable, Leroy
KHodges.
E?A S?merton?Judge, B. C. Ellis, G. T.
ralParker, James E. Reld. Special con
g,5table, W. T. MUteer. ' ,
Rsv^Chuckatuck?Judges. C. .T. Mtntor..
KtNVV A.. Wills, Dawson Gray. Special
C (constable, James D. Sullivan,
fc-'. 8.ECOND DIVISION GONE.?Before
&"ihe Cotton States and International
[^Exposition closes the volunteer tlre
jfArnen or Suffolk will have been well
K'.ffepresented. The Second Division, of
[vi'&bout twenty men. left this afternoon
[; at 3:05 on the Norfolk and Carolina,
f/'ond will arrive in Atlanta about 12 m.
[.?^'Sunday. There is still a third dlvl
; slon to follow on Noverojber 17th. A
Kjpart of those who Intended leaving to
[V*day will stay over to be here on elec
L'.' tlon day.
[V SERVICES APPRECIATED.?Those
^Interested In Friday night's enterlain
U-'ment for the benefit of the night school,
^appreciate the services of Mr. Sid
$ Black, of Cleveland, O., who added per
K'jceptibly to the evening's pleasure by his
it'-jperformance on a bicycle, and who
jjijwould accept no remuneration. Iiis
Mfancy riding and difficult feats on the
ffiiwheel elicited rounds of applause.
A lamp explosion at 7:30 o'clock to?
-night In E. E. Holland's residence
t$caused the alarm to be turned In from
ij$Box 22. Blaze was soon extinguished.
S?*hd the department's service was not
a Heeded.
py. - Captain John Harrison's wife, at
HjReed's Ferry, died very suddenly ves
ij.terday of heart disease. While prejiar
;.SJng dinner she was stricken, and died
,;.in a few minutes.
jjg&'To assist Mr. Amos Lassiter, who
'v'fchls week lost by fire five horses, hay.
[fcprn, vehicles, etc.. several subscription
.- papers are being circulated.
25r, and Mrs. J. E. Phillips returned
i|o-day from a week's stay in Atlanta
j&HThe body of Willie Rylctt. who was
??r?wned in the Nansemond Tuesday,
'.had not been found when the last r< '
,;t>ort came In to-day.
^ The work of examining the books of
f?the Commissioner of Revenue in ni.s
ctrlct No. 1. Nansemond count v. which
it-Sias been n progress for eight dnvs
r'rJWas this afternoon completed by Depti
Woyd, and his corns (',f ]a,p
^?K8' The books wpro ,n K00'CI
t&Storm doors have been put up at the
"ntrance of the citv market
Grand DictatorW. J. Huhbard, of Bed
ord City, paid an official visit last
light to Nansemond Lodge. No ''0S0
'nights of Honor.
?Rev. H. C. Cheatham, pastor of the
laln-Street Methodist Church, will
ireach a special sermon to vounii la
IJ?s Sunday night.
?The gross receipts of the ."Passing
mow" benefit entertainment were
Ibout $52.
.Parker and Bro. have opened a gro
Wy store at No. 10 Main street, next
January & Bro.
^Weakness nud Tired Feeling.
have taken Hood's Sarsaparllla for
tkneai! and a tired feeling, and It has
fie me feel like my old self."?M. E.
"fhmaD, Fairfax, c. H., Va.
>D'S PILL? cur? all Ihrer luv. .
And nl Trifling Cost-Solo by l>rtig;
gist* nl Mostly OXI.Y TWI'.NTYf |
t i \ i: CKXTS -Muti.vuu's "WuiUe lu
Ilrultli," Free nt UniuitMs. Tells
Yon llOW Cure Yimrsi'll' and
Nnvc lloctnrs" Hills-A Single il?l?
tl?-Often Cures Stubborn I'nsfs.
? Mr. Harrington Fitzgerald, editor of
the Philadelphia Item,. *i\y*:-'''Four
pellets of Munyon'H Rheumatism Cure
Rave nie (mediate relief, and In :i days |
my rheumatism was none permanently.
A single bottle did It. My family docli
anil other remedies had entirely falle
All of Munyon's Remedies nie eipially j
enieacious. My family and many friend?)
always use them.
RHEUMATISM positively cured Acute
I or muscular relieved at once. Shooting
I pains or soreness In any part of the body
cured In from 1 to 3 hours. Chronic
Rheumatism, Sciatica. in- Lumbago
banished permanently. i 'ATA Kill I. lib
mmier how serious, guaranteed chred !?>?
only safe treatment. HEADACHE,
from what ever cause, positively relieved
In from 3 to 7 minutes. KIDNEY Trou?
bles In all forms. LI YEP. Complaints, |
Biliousness. Jaundice, Constipation',
PiLEH. always cured. DYSPEPSIA. In-;
digestion, all stomach troubles, perman?
ently relieved; COLDS COUGHS, and |
Incipient Lung Troubles successful)
treated. NEItYOl S Diseases, NE1'
RALGIA , ASTHMA. Diseases of the
B LOOD, MALARIAL Discuses, FE?
MALE Troubles. Loss of power In Men.
all cured by Munyon'H Iloin?e?pnthtVi
Romedles. All ? Druggist, for mostly 23
els. each. If you are in doubt as to your
dlsi use, write to Prof. -Ml' N YON, No.
ISM ARCH ST., PHILADELPHIA.
I giving full descriptions of symptoms
Specialists win diagnose your case, ami |
give you full beneilt Ol advice AJtSOLU-1
M3LY FBEE. Remedies sent to any
adress on receipt of price.
Drink PABST DEER?Its merits try.
None llnei on the market you bah buy.
Always sparkling; fresh ami clear?
Pabst's Milwaukee Beer
)f PURE HOPS and MALT this Beer
Is made. . . . ?]
A1 luxuriant beverage .of highest jrrdfliV']
Uiirlvulled it stands without a peer
Pabst's Milwaukee Seer,
To J. E. FUl.FORD your-orders send..
I On PABST you always can depr'nd. . i
jpULFORD delivers by keg or case fal?
um! near?
Pabst's Milwaukee Beef,
Elegant Wines and Choice cid Liquors,
too.
For FAMILY use FUl.FORD has for you
Goods that will the downcast clear?
and Pabst's Milwaukee Beer,
Beta's BOTTLED ALE as well.
Tu private families he can sell.
I In PULFORD'B goods on adulteration
never feur^ *
Drink Pabst's Milwaukee Beer,
Telephone &J7-7II, or on him ndl.
J. E. PULFORD'S Koods excel) them all.
Just what you need you will tind here. |
and Pabst's Milwaukee Bea.
No. 37 Commercial Place.
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS.
\it builders' mmii
mm, oils. bmsusi
Polish Plate and Winuow Glass,
LONGMAN .t MARTINEZ' PURE
HEAD i-MIXED PAINTS. KVEISY
GALLON HOLD L'NDKIt A 1?NO
1NO GUARANTEE.
COOKS, CLARK & CO
In 48 boars Ofmorrher? tad
QbcottfMf retu the urinary or-1
?ina.Brreftiui by HanUl Mldyf Mir?/1
C?pinle*with&utinr.oiiv*nlom'oinMUT 1
n&jBC of ALLyniifLrlnu,'
orfc a Box gOH1. Now Vo
In Each of I' e Departments of Qu? Stote
sp
We have received gopM that are far; .more than, ordinarily attractive,
. . ^tl invite an inspection of them and of.the following . . tf'
ec i Ails for the: w
Cluak and Fur Department
-HAS BEEN
REPLENISHED
-WITH
NEW AND STYLISH GARMENTS
at specially moderate prices.
New Carpels and Rugs
-HAVE BEEN
RECEIVED
and added . to our
PRESENT LARGE STOCK,
Our Uiie of Furniture
-FOB?.
PARLOR,
BED ROOM,
LIBRARY AND
DINING ROOM
Is the largest and handsomest In the
State, and bur prices are the most rea?
sonable.
-IN OUR-.
China & Glassware Depaifnit]
-We have received a?
Cask of Imported! Dinner Setts,Chrys?
anthemum Decoration, 102
Pieces for
ON LY Sl3.<g."7
FOR THE SETT.
We have added to our line of Special Novelties in our Dry Goods, Furniture and China Departments. The New Goods
received by each steamer enables us (o olTer the Latest Novelties with every advantage in price to our customers.
TADTER & CO., 98 and rear of Nos.
96, 98, I00 and I02 Main St.
204 Main Street
PECSAL FOR THIS WEEK I
Ladies' Long Sleeve Heavy Ribbed Vests, 13c.
Ladies'Extra Heavy Ribbed Vests a|id Pants,
2sc each.
Ladies'Red Flannel Shirts and Pants, 75c each.
Gents' j Heavs Wool Shirts, white, gray and
brown, 48c each.
Gents' Wool Socks, \ iy.z pair.
Genls' Extra Heavy Double Breasted Red
Flannel Shirts, 69c each.
PENAL FOR THIS WEEK!
lo-4 Extra Heavy Blankets, 48c pair.
Extra Heavy Leed Comforts, 48c.
Gelits' White or Colored Border Hemstitched
Handkerchiefs, 5c each.
Petroleum Vaseline, 2-o?., 3c bottle..- .
Petroleum Vaseline, 4-oz\, 5c bottle.
Petroleum Vaseline, 6-oz, iOc bottle.
Pure Extract Witch Hazel, 10c bottle.
jHavt's German Cologne, 17c bottle.
Small Size Safety Pins, 2c dozen.
Large Size Safely Pins, 4c dozen.
Whalebone Casing, all colors, 5c a piece.
7-ifich Whalebone White or Black, 3c dozen.
Tooth Brushes, jc each.
American Pins, 1c paper.
AVgurning Pins, large box, 4c box.
AVoiirnjng Pins,'small box, 2c box.
Single, Handle Curling Irons, lc each.
Dotfble Handle Curling Irons, 4c each.
Twenty-live Envelopes'for 3c or 250 Envelopes1
\ 'for.25c. .
Gents' Pure Silk Hemstitched Hand Embroid
, ? ered Initial Handkerchiefs, 25c., . ?'
SALESLADIES WANT ESO ?lX O N O E
! uy mi b j
No. 24, Old Market Square.
Will show you a beautiful line of Plush and Cobbler Seal
rockbms
ever had, at remarkably low prices. Just received a new line of
BED R O O M. B IT I T E ? !
at astonishingly low prices. Do not forget our solid Qk\{ BED ROOM
SUITES for SI7.00.-lt beats the world.
Also just received a new line of Parlor Suites, Book Cases, Wardrobes,
Parlor Mirrors, Easels of all description. Would be pleased to show
you through our immense store room. It does not make any difference
whether you wish to purchase or not. Get our prices. Mail orders
shall have our prompt attention. Country merchants would do well to
give us a call.
Norfolk Iron Works,
QEO. W. DUVAL & CO.,
No. 16 Water Street, Norfolk, Va,
ENGINES, BOILERS, SAWMILL anil
? all kinds of machinery of the most tm
'. proved patterns. Also repairing at the
shortest notice. Particular attention
to steamboat work. DUVAL'S PATENT.
BOILER TUBE KERIIULEB are the
' only perfect remedy for leaky boiler tubes.
Tuey can be Inserted In a few minutes by
. any engineer, and are warranted to stop
> leaks.
t
coai. amd u on Ii.
t;tM Ij v>?? wo wo?
dc<?c>cx><x>ooroo
always ready 8
To Deliver Prpipptly toe R
Best Coal and Wood'at Lowest Prices. ?
o. 3- b'riggs, g
Yard East End Falkland and Charlotte Sts. Down Town Office No. 48 ?
Commerce St. Phones 494 and 792. \ g
OotX300XKDOCXXX5CX>OOOOOCOOCKDOOOCOOOO OOOCCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Throws Heat All Around.
And keeps at It until the last atom Is
burnt. That's the P. \V. U. A Coal
Whether yon use it for rooking or heating
stoves, the result Is equally sntisfneiorv
Slow, even combustion, great heat, little
smoke and almost no dirt make tills coal
an ideal fuel.
Send your orders to
The Nottingham & Wrenn Co,,
52 MAIN* STREET. NORFOLK. VA.
WOODS COAL!
ANTHRACITE:
NUT, F?11NAOE, I Q. STOVE. Wsli
Roroeuo1.
FOR CRATES:
fcTLINT (Kcal 8Dliut). RUSSELL OHERR,
POC1ARONTA3 LUMP. TOM'S OltEBIt
QUANTITY AND QUALITY GUARANTEED.
atl? ?li Kinds find well sensoriell Wood lor m.
CEO, W. TAYLOR & 00.,
kO. -17 (iiiANiix aiiitiisr.
tEri'hone ?I.
I docks nfwfi
%< FULL OF COAL. J
?~ If you want a whole ton of ?nli?
u'- faction, lot an Bead up a ton Of2,34Q 2^
C2 pounds clean coal. *5 for Juno. G
65 WATER ST REE V
rest lo KOMIK couni
Wo luivc a inrtjo *tcok of
F.F. Calcined Piaster, Partis Green
?AND?
Agricultural Lime.
WnnlKO keep in stool; it lull line of lli;;h
(Irndu (H AN<?
Batcheider & Collins
No. C5 VVATEU BTUBUl*.
fiBft Chl?hr.trr'a i:,iall.li l)lntno:i<: Itranf. \
Ortglnnl and Only flrnuliir.
o?rt. ?i??j. nttmM*. ii.Dica n.i
IHumH Ir.r Olirlir.K-r'? / i. jlil. J'i.l
Brun.l In licit Mj.l CM n.rt.l.
lie t'oir., mlii v hh l.luc rll.lon.
*S? WjTntie nontlu r. KefutdaUfefM y.
? A? mi ,i.r,t.?Kin.l I.TilMti.in?. At I'miilill,
" i?Tilriiliri. lr,llm>
I mill .." In UUrr,
l)0U Tc.tlauul.lli
J/ m ,cn.t4i'.ln.i?mp.f..ri;i
? ?Mi tM ??Hi lterIWr I.
/> tiT rvturn Mall. > ",i
JmM? Purer.
i./ I. .. ,1 . ,1 IV . Mn.lt.
Wise li fcf Me
To buy desirable property at 50 per cent,
of Its real value. That's the whole caso
with the treat lots or splendid Clothing
which we bought of that Kreut and
FAMOUS WASHINGTON CLOTH I NO
COMPANY. You know about It. Fail?
ed manufacturer. When the continuity
of a business is broken lyud liquidation
ensues the prices of kooiIs must suffer.
That's the rational of It. The wise men
have been conilny.
This chance will soon lie pone. NOTE
THAT. Don't accept the stortikcttper'rt
Judgement that we are selling too cheap?
ly?(of course we've upset somebody s
calculations.) Hotter take the advice of
your neighbors and friends. They know
by actual experience what we're doing;
YOlHt ATT K N TI ON AND INSPEC?
TION, PLEASE.
MEN'S SUITS.
WOIITH NOW
8lO uo Black cheviots. 8-1.08
911.0? Scotch Cheviots. 87. lt)
810.00 Imported English CunhI.
meres.8 s.:?.T
$'2D.()0 All Wool tiny WurMctN.. ? 11.21
938.00 French Tricot Cloth.?IJ.tivi
830.0?) Imported Diagonal Tnll?
or Mmlc.8i J.s:i
MEN'S OVERCOATS.
811.00 niacU or nine Brown
Cheviots.81.23
812.Ot> Ktrtetlj- All Wool CnssL
mere.fi.n.7"?
814.on ah Wool Dressy Lone:
tintl Heilllllll ('ill.S7.5?
SlS.Ot) l ino F.tigllsli Melton.80.33
8'-it).oo French Tibbli, Hwhgger
Cut.:.811.73
MOTHERS,
We've not forgotten the little fellows In
this snl<\ There's styles enough
to suit tin- most fastidious.
The prices will suit
you as well.
Gannon Ball Clothing
u
89 Main St., Norfolk, Va
Go,,
X. II. Store open evenings till 1) p.
mi.: Stiturilny evening until it p. in.
CURES ALL SKIN
am>
BLOOD DISEASES.
Physicians endorse I'. I'. I', as a splen?
did conihlnntioa, anil prescribe it with
irreal satisfaction for the cure ol nil
forms unit stages of Primary, Second iry
CURES RHEUHATSSM.
and Tertiary Syphilis, SyphllHie Itheu
inntlsni, Scrofulous Ulcers ami Sotvos,
Slundular SwolllnKS. Itheumathun, Malu
rla. Ohl Chronic Ulcers that hav< resist
PB T{3> CURES
? . Ji e BLOOD POISON,
cd all treatment, Catarrh, Skin Olsens?
ICestomu, (Chronic Pemule Coihpl it
Mercurial Poison. Tetter. BcuUI Head,
etc., etc.
P.P.P. is an powerful tonlc.and an excel
P. P.
CURES SCROrULA.,
lent appetiser, building tip the system
rapidly.
Ladies whose systems nrc poisoned and
Whose blood Is in an in.pore e.ni. ilion.
Cures
due to menstrual IrroRularitlo! uro
llarly bent lited by ihu wondorrul I >n
und blood clenhsliiB properties ? I', r.
I'.. Prickly Ash, Poke Kent anil I Otai
slum _]_
""P.P.
CURES DYSPEPSIA.
UFFITllle1.318., PitD us,
dims, imnn block, umni
Hook on ntood Olseascs mailed free.
For Over Fifty Years
MRS. WSNSLGW'S
SOOTH IMG SYRUP
ins been used for chlldie . "A:',lr> teething.
II soothes the child. SOl?< ? ? ? inns, al?
lays all pain, eures ?lud en. ?, rcskilates
the stomach ard bowels, ami is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Twentywilvo er-nto
a bottle. Sold bj all drugKlsts throughout
the world.

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