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SWEET EVENING'S COME
Allegretto a troppO.
A. J. ALBERT.
1. Sweet evc-niug's coiuc nnd go, love,
2. The dal - Bies will bo there,
They eamo and went of yore,
The stars in heav'n will shiue,
they came nnd went of ? yore,
the stars in hcav - en will thine, .
eye - ning's of
shall not feel
love, shall go
love, nor thou
nnd come no more,
my hand in thine,
Shall go nnd come uc
Nor thou my band in
Copyright, ist;, by The new Touk Musical. Kegoud Co.
more; When we bave passed a - way, love, all things will keep their name,.When
thine; A bet .- tcr time will come, love and bet - ter souls bo born,. A
have passed a - way,
- ter time will come,
1 B ' m WJM12SB
love, but yet
love, I would
love, With ours will be the
love, To leave thee now for -
with ours will bo the same,.Sweet eve-rung's como and go,. sweet
to leave thee now for-lorn,. Tlie dai - sies will be there. tho
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Sweet Lvcuing'a come and go, Iajvu.
THE TOWN OF SUFFOLK1
And What is Going on Therein Chronicled
in a Fair and Impartial Manner.
WHO OWNED THE HOGS IS THE QUESTION
/Arrival cfl^Ulie Equipments for tlie
tUrli's ' Office-A ?lunrtcttc ol So
JournerV for ?lie Penitentiary?Suf?
folk People i<> Visit the KxpoMiliou
?Accident on the A. nntl IK Komi.
. Suffolk. Va., Nov. X5.?(Special)?Jus-;
.tlce A. S. Eley, of Suffolk, to-day at 11
' o'clock convened court In the Mayor's
x office for the preliminary hearing of the
?i'TVarrants pgalnst M. L. Underwood, a
.^.'merchant and barkeeper of Everett's.
; [There were two warrants?one alleging
c'the sale of liquor by the drink without]
.. bar license, and the other charging the
sale of llltiuor ort Sunday. S. P. Vander
' .. slice. appeared for the Commonwealth
' d Meiitt Briggs represented the tic-j
idant. ' Afte.r the examination of I
me.rous witnesses Justice Eley dc
ded to send on to the grand Jury the
t'named case, while on the latter
he withheld his decision. The evi?
dence was conflicting.
ATLANTIC . AND DANVILLE
f!:'?WRECK.?An- east bound freight train
] on the Atlantic and'Danville road was
..\ this-morning partially wrecked at Hol?
tland station, eleven miles from Suffolk.
. -Several ear? .were thrown 'from the
fi^traLck'.' badly used up. A force was
>';eooii set to work to remove the wreck
&pa8.& The1 adjacent track was tempo?
rarily torn up and laid around the
''^Tvreck' to allow the passage of other
trains, which were slightly delayed at
;-.?;that.point. The cause of the accident
?ttfsv?nknown. No one was hurt.
^CLERK'S OFFICIO EQUIPMENTS
IPRECBIVED.?Owing to the urgency of
Bijjjhe manufacturers In having the1 Clerk's
y??ffice equipments received ,'the seve
||?Jfa.l 'members of the Iionrd of Supervi
?Pg?'prs were to-day summoned to a meot
jfgjhg by special messengers. Having ar
Ivect In Suffolk they immediately rt
\ red to the ollice for the inspection of
e book cases, vaults, document files, i
It was unanimously decided that I
articles fully measured up to the
^tirements, In size, quality, appenr
and convenience. The county leg
ure expressed themselves as well
d with the new office and fur
gs. A warrant for SU.SOO was or
drawn in favor of the manufac
of the equipments.
OWNED THE | HOGS??Jus
y,'thls afternoon had to decide
?ihg case involving the owner
five hogs. A. W. Ballard had
ent against. Turner Langslon,
d the collection of the amount
levy on the lot of hogs. Tur
dlately claimed that the hogs
"iroperty of Joe Dangston, his
pfore Constable Branch could
levy the ownership had to
ed. The son was represent
?il by Mcr'rlti Briggs. The Justice cb I
elded Ihnl the buns were Hie property ,
of the elder Lnngston, which rendered
I hem liable lo u levy. An appeal was
taken from the decision and bond will
A GIFT - SHOW.?"Hlllyer'a Won?
ders," bended by Miss Annie II Illy er,
who Is surnamed the Living Mystago
gu<.\ hud their llrst performance in
the City Hall Theatre to-night. A num?
ber dr mysterious feats was performed
and several desirable presents were
given away. The engagement closes
PENf TISNT1A K Y COX VI CTS.?The
prisoners convicted at the November
term of County Court will probably be
taken to the penitentiary next week.
They are: George llawles, two years;
William Jones, three years: Saphronla
Walker, four years; John White,
four years. Houscbreaklng was the
charge in each Instance.
Many of the merchants in Suffolk will
close their places of business on
? The kitchen of Mrs. Ida Brinklcy, at
Cora pea ke, was recently entered bv bur?
glars, who were frightened away before
sti lling anything.
Rev. John HS. White, of Edenton, N.
C, lectured at Franklin Thursday night
Oil ?'Heroes Not Pound in Hooks."
There was a large and very fresh
looking watermelon on exhibition in the
city market to-day.
Dr. Thomas H. Harnes anil County
Clerk R. H. Smith will leave for Atlan?
Rev. .1. P. Love. A. C. Parker, and
John A. Browne are attending the Gen?
eral Baptist Association, which con?
vened to-day in Petersburg.
H. Bi Hrquhart left this afternoon for
a trip on the Peninsula of Virginia.
Those interested In the presentation
of tin- "Old Maids' Convention" will
meet for consultation at 3 o'clock Sat?
urday afternoon with Miss Florence
Harvey. 15 Surtoga street.
Rev. II. l.\ Moore, ex-pnstor of the
Presbyterian Church here, returned
last night from a trip to Richmond.
Prederlcksburg, and other points.
Mrs. Joseph Kuhn, of Philadelphia,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. Llp
Withers' Dlvlson, No. 7. V. R. K. of
I'., had :m Important meeting to-night
In the post-ofllcc building.
Mr. W. N. Camp, of Albton, Pia, Is
visiting in Suffolk.
Next Monday will be the first day of
the November term of court In South?
A Child Knjoys
The pleasant flavor, gentle action, and
soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and if the father
or mother be costive or bilious, tin; most
gratifying results follow its use, so that
It is the best family remedy known,
and every family should have a bottle
Over GOO people fitted with glasses In
Norfolk by Dr.' WECK, and no com?
plaints. ' F. If. GALE. 152 Main St.
All glasses fitted by Dr. WECK guar
1 anteed by F. H. GALE, 162 Main St
.can i int
is the new way of putting the expression, now that modern
thought, effort and enterprise hav? made it so easy to be clean
Since the introduction of
if Washing Powder
it is not only possible to keep a house
clean, but with its help this can be done
without the housekeeper working herself
to death. A large package of GOLD DUST
costs only 25 cents. When you buy look
out that it is GO,LD DUST. Von will
be all right it the package is like this ^
Sold everywhere. Maile only by ^
THE N. K. FA1RBANK COHPANV
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA,
How wo do Nils is n mystery to us. i> ut the manufacturer offcrol to close the.
lot?sonn- thrv hundred suits-and, of course, we tool; it. it wotiltl seem tt> a
merchant who does business as It was done in old Ihnes that having bought some
thins far below its value he must bo the one t<> profit. Hero they think different
ly. so the customer gets the advantage of under-buying This poiiey of buying
cheap and Belling cheap has built the greatest business In Not folk, perhaps in
The Swits-Condc Underwear Is known id buyers <>f line goods everywhere. It is
very heavy, soft, line and does not shrink. The price every wlicie is t'i a suit,
and when we say U we just give you.JI. Yon uro welcome to it.
Tlie shirts are faced with satin, the drawers with tine saline. Both have
line, heavy, while pari buttons on. It Is sold only in suits, Dear madam, it
your husband, not knowing the ways of this store, lous not believe. It possible that
the genuine Swlts-Conde is really being sold at a suit then come you here,
got a suit, show it to him, make him understand that the truth is told her??
That H Is thought bad policy to deceive.
Sonic will want, iterhups, instead of the Swlts-Conde, which is gray, white
shins 01 drawers, so at (1.23 each, nun's white Australian lambs' wool, the quality
usually sold at f-'.
Ladl;?'white combination or union suits, the regular (1.75 quality, JI.2S.
Ladles' white, flat-made, Australian wool vests and pants, .ill wool, fine wool,
and heavy. $1.23 each. We have never seen these under SJ before.
Chinese Ftugs, big as a room, really three yards lone, four yards wide, tl'l
Sewing Silk, black this, and all eolo is. 23c. for a whole box ol 12 spools.
Watt, Rettew & Clay
Try ffly Dry Slab Wood T
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST WOOD IN THE CITY.
^^m^r? $3.00 per cord.
G s- briggs,
O Yard East End Falkland and Charlotte Sts. Down Town Office No. 48 8
O Commerce St. Phones 494 and 792. g
? Mothers' Friend . ,
;| Boys9 Shirt Waists "1
fja No room for hoys' Shirt Waists, so this
Jfl? sacrifice to clean the shelves and nil t-'ie
?rn cash drawers. All of these Waists c
// die genuine Mother's h'rlend Brand, with
? it tli" patent strap
Yf. Unlnndcretl Percale and Dornet Pic
cza nel Waists, 40c each. The Uiundei-d
f/fiK ones. 65c. Closing price on (Inest Fiannel
Waists. 50c. and 75c.
Days Suits. Itcefers, Overcoats?new
ones? a:;;! a line that every mother will
find int. rest! 1 g.
Pen Ill's Kid Cloves for men. f2. This
gr. is the quality that sold !.i 1 ??<%*?.? for ?2.5t).
??3 New ('lull Ties Still ItOtVS, SOIIlu choice
if. tilings, 25c. Wide feui'-ln-lian:ls. very
Gta line (piallty, new niid stylish; 5Je.
//y Men's Underwear, .1 to .> silt."
Peter Wright's Imported Kiedish i'n
ffi ucrWear, vrarranled not to uhrlnic,
S full dress suits for hire.
Agents H. s. Pile s end Sweet, on 8 co.'s 0/eroiis. w
turkish and russian baths !
Cor. Chu ro i-i and Bute Streets.
Open Daily, 8 A. M.-I2 P. M. Sunday, 6 P. M.
Hours Reserved for Ladles, FRIDAY, 9 A. M.-4 P. M.
VAN TELBURG HOFMAN, Manager.
THE NOlIIHi 8 U CO.,
Wholesale and retail dealers In
or all kinds. A fresh supply of all sizes
Just reeli'od at our yards.
ELEGANT SOFT COALl
For grates and open fires as follows:
Splint . , . S6.O0 per Ton
Thacker . . . S5.60 "
Russell Creek . S55.00 "
Pocahonlas Lump . 936.00 "
A full supply of the elebratod
Pocahontas Steam Coal!
Always on band.
The Nottingham & Wrenn Co,,
R5 MAIN STItEUT. NORFOLK. VA
WOOD I GOAL
NOT, FUHNAOK. Q, STOVffl, Wall
BPLINT (Heal Sulintl. UDSSBLL DHB?E,
rOC A HONT A3 LU.Ul', 'POM'S UUBKX
QDANHTY AND QU A LIT V GUAHANTEBD.
[ic.ci oil Kinds l?tt Hill Mwi woedfor sm
CEO, ?. TAYLOR & (JO.,
SO. 17 C.liANtllL SrlilitU'.
ts?rrhono SM. _
\ docks p wn j
FULL OF COAL.
?-~ If >ou want n wholo t n of sntitt- -.-.m
. v faction, lei us Bend tips toil of2,240 ?,3
c.i iiontuls clean coal. ?8 for June. if.
LULU U UULLI
i 05 WATER STREE T, rj
01 inistesi io Nortoik coumy imcHeis:
We hsvu a large wtoek "f
F. I CalcM flatter, Parris Green
We also Keep >u stock 11 full Hue of Uixa
Batchelder & Collins,
No. 0? WAT Kit ST it PET.
it i t 1. 1 s im 11; v(;i;\ i ?.
FINE LOTS FDR SALE
CRICK K1IOM ilOll TO *7?l> I5AUIL
Ternis O111 -third can'.i. bnUuoe iu t im^<3
years with li per coot, interest.
H. L. PAGE & CO.,
Hole i'.|vont.i. No. 1U Uauk strait,
'J itlo per,cm. Norfolk, Va.
Morfolk iron Works,
?EO. VV. DUVAL & CO.,
No. 16 Water Street, Norfolk, Va,
ENGINES, BOILERS, SAWMILL and
all kinds of machinery of the- most im?
proved patterns. Also repairing at tho
bhortcst notice. Particular attention
to steamboat work. DUVAL'S PATENT
BOILER TUBES b'ERRU LES are the
only perfect remedy for leaky boiler tubes.
Tney can be Inserted in a few minutes by
any onginoor, and are warranted to stop
^-ts=- DR. A. D. BARRETT,
<*m&& 3T> l v KT 1? R <S ?
OfllCC Over Xo. ; is unit 150 Main St.,
opposite ferry boat funding.
Arlillclnl i.stli niade 61 the lust mate?
rial. A perfect lit guaranteed. Artltlcial
?elh repaired, old si ts 01 artificial teeth
idlticd and made almost as goou as now.
I'll ap arlillclnl teeth without plates, new
patent suction, only |<S per tipper or
under set. Teeth extracted by Hie latest
improved methods Special attention
given to the liliinir and preservation of
the natural teeth with gold and all kinds
of fillings. Dr. A. D. BARRETT would
respectfully solicit n call from all classos
of people looking for first-class ilental
work, .11 prices satisfactory 10 all. No
OOTrrain rrt-L-.-nRsn* Ri M. WOtlt.l.KY. M.IX
Office, Wl.'-? Whitehall St., At tautet, tin.