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BNERGETIC y'sUng business man, well
acquainted In North Carolina, desires
to represent a. commercial bouse on the
road; groceries or hardware preferred,
L box, Fnyettevlllc, N. C. de?-3t*
YOUTH wants ;\ situation: have had ex?
perience in dry goods and notion bugl
n.-ss: can 1'urnish references. Address
W. M. E., Virginian ollice. del-Jt'
WANTED ? Man to take charge of
branch ollice tor manufacturer. Must
be good buduoss man and well recom?
mended. Sultry $1,200 year and till ne?
cessary ollie.- expenses: must furnish
$000. AdJrest "BUSINESS," Hox 2S<.
Danville, Va. de5-gt?
BUILDING, LOAN AND LIFE INSU
rance combined: exceptional Induce^
ineuts offered to iirsi-class solicitors.
Rcom r,7 1 bidding ton building, city. !?
to 10 a. m. no2-tt
AV ANTED-Sulcsemn to sell staple goods
at liOinc or travel: liberal salary or
good cotniulssion. We semi sumples on
application; give exclusive territory.
Address F. O. Box 1103, N. Y. City.
J WANT Five Experienced Building anil
Loan Solicitors well acquainted In Nor?
folk ond adjaceiit towns. Will pay
subirs with commission. Call on \v.
M. PARR, at Atlantic Hotel, Norfolk,
between 2 and 4 p. in. aut-if
SALESMEN? Otto locally and one to
Havel: Will pay good salary and ex?
penses or commission; orders easily ob?
tained: experience unnecessary: ;'or
samples nnd particulars addiess P. O.
Llox -;20 New York city.
SALESMEN to take orders and collect.
i&i bond, signed by a business llrm, re?
quired: exclusive territory; $23 to >75
weekly. For particular.-., address V.
O. Box ISM New York city. lu.th.f.stl
PERSONAL.?MEN WANTED who j
* arc now suffering from nervous, j
incntnl or physical prostration to send
for our new 48-page illustrated book,
"Complete Manhood," sent free on ap?
plicant:. ERIE MEDICAD CO., OS Nia?
gara Street. Buffalo, N. Y.
CITY HEWS IN BRIEF
Tlia Happenings of a Day Briefly Chroniclei!
For The Virginian Readers.
SOME PERSONAL AND SOCIAL GOSSIP.
Tiotea <>i Kuilrontt, UiiNiiiesN nnil
IMcnxuic A Potteeniiiii Maid to
(Save Uceii Klioi At A lirler Pro?
gramme of Entertainments To.
The Police Hoard meets this after
< >tllcer Sny.di r has been detailed for
Mr. James K. Lowe, of this city, has
been awarded a patent for u bicycle
A large number of ocean Bleuriiefs
are to load coal at Lambert's Point
The ailllUUl meeting of the corpora?
tion of the Turney Boys' Home will
be held to-lllglll.
"Pop" T?te, last season's manager
for the Norfolk Haseball Club, was in
the city yesterday.
It Is said iliat a few nights ago some
one llred two shots a.t Officer Richard
.son oh Water street.
D?ring November 150,000 tons of Po
cahontas coal was loaded on vessels
ui Lambert's Point;
A whale was sighted off the mouth of
York river yesterday by the oytfter
Mr. K. C. Clark, owner of th? sailing
yacht Triton, now in this port, arrived
in the city yesterday.
' Special Oillcer Moore, of ihe S. P. C.
A.j yesterday arrested John Temple, col?
ored, for overloading a horse,
A reception to Ihe new Methodist
pastors will bo held tit Cumberland
Street M: K. Church to-night.
The Committee on Revision of the
City Charter will meet at the Treas?
urer's office to-night :it S o'clock.
Last night :it the Carnival of Trade
was given up to the children. The
Carnival closes to-morrow night.
Henry Shannon, colored, was arrest?
ed yesterday for threatening to shoot
Frank Johnson, also colored, last Fri?
Rev. W. 11. Atwlll. the new pastor of
Cumberland Street M. E. Church, ar?
rived in the city witli ids family last
A milk wagon collided with a beer
wagon at Hank and Plume streets yes?
terday morning, the former losing n
Mrs. Prlscllla Benslcn, relict of Ihe
late BoiiJ. F. Betteten, died at lier
home, Oil James street, Tuesday night,
aged 75 years.
At tile revival going Oh at the Hank
street Baptist church (colored) 2\\6 per?
sons have professed conversion. The I
revival closes to-morrow night.
The Baltimore militia, 1,200 strong,
nnd the Baltimore Veteran Volunteer
Firemen's As? iciatlon will arrive here
this morning <>n llielr way to Atlanta.
A literary and musical entertainment
for the bete I'M of the carpel fund Of
Epworth Chtticli will be given in the
lecturo-rooiii of Orimby Street Church
The remains of Ihe late George
l.OUglllin arrived in the city last night.
The funeral will lake place from St.
Mary's Catholic Church ibis morning
at 10 o'clock;
Norfolk is to be treated to a great
musical oiitertnliiinenl bn December
13th, when Sout-n stud his peerless band
will give I wo concerts at the Academy
of Music. Sousn and Iiis band stand
nlonc in the estimation of ihe press and
Mr. W. J, Addington, a former clll
r.eii Of Norfolk. I>ul for a number of
years n resident Of St. Louis, Is oh :t
visit to our city. Mr. Addington is n
Blrong ndvocate of the single tax. ami
lms b... n in Delaware canvassing the
Issue in I lull State.
Vice ( liciip.
Tlx? holiday stock dally arriving nt
"The Casket" will be found specially
nice, and prices for quality of goods
bo cheap thai customers are daily ex?
claiming how can you possibly sell such
goods at such |ow prices. The answer
?s that the Messrs. Greenwood Brothers
buy largely and for Ihe cash, and sell
en close margins to ensure rapid sales.
r,.'ime nnd money saved by patronizing'
'?'."he Casket," IRS Main street.
ft mil d Opening of Holiday floods.
Now is the frugal buyer's chance at
our store. Holiday goods at cvery-dny
prices. Cut prices Oil all dress goods,
cloaks, capes, blankets and winter un?
derwear. See Sunday's paper for spe?
cial bargain prices at Levy Bros.' Mod?
ern Bargain Store.
&!.ifdren Cry for
I ' SPECIAL NOtlCEST; ;
HOARD?For two single gentlemen; sin?
gle rooms; convenient to the business
portion of the city; can be obtained bv
addressing "A. H.," this ofllce. no24-tf
LOST?Monday, between Park avenue,
Drniiible.ton, via cars' . to Market
square, and Pine street, Berkley a La?
dles' Breastpin, round chaste mild rim,
black enamel, with sets of' brilliants.
It is highly prized .for association.
Finder Pleuse .leave at 48 Commerce
FOUND?A Setter hus been at the house
of Mr. R. A. Kldd. Corprew avenue ex?
tended, slnco Sunday. Owner can rot
same by proving property uild paying
expenses of advertisement. den-.tl
$325.03 will buy the SCHOONER 11AM
DL'RQ: will cany 000 bushels of oys?
ters in hold; two Skiffs, four pair new
Tongs. Cooking Stove, Heater, etc., all In?
cluded. Sails uro almost new. This Is a
blK sa.irlllce. Address, J. T. BUT LRR,
no27-tl 223 Main street, city.
BOILERS?Gj 'new and 37 second-hand
Hoiler.-; also, largo slock of Engines at
buyers' prices. Address THE CASEY &
llODUES MANUFACTURING CO.,
Chattanooga, Term. no26-2w
BOARD?For tv-o single gentlemen; con?
venient to th> business portion of the
city, can be obtained by addressing "A.
10.." this oltlee . nom-tf ?
SPECIAL SALS?Phillips Brook's ad?
dresses: handsomely bound In white vel
luni. Publisher's prices, 75e.: special
sale price. :!>??. NUSBAUM'S Hook and
Art Place, 12$ Main street. no21
CONSULTING ELECTRICAL ENGI
NEER.?M. A. AgeiastO, 31 Plume St.
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compound
ed. All Drugs. Patent Medicines. Tol
b'1 Artlc.es. Cigars and Tobueeo. \Y.
F. PHILLIPS, 21? Main street.
SJPVlf Pilf2p<5 AI.I.AUOU'rCHANtBNG
ns=?e b itji.vj tbe KoBturasnod JlainoT
'.nc IUentl?hcs.ln HO p. boi>k fur a sunup. \
.loh? i:i. Wouilhury, Vr. W. f.MSt., N. V. j.--,
laveutor ot Woodburj'u fads] Soap. s&Z.
A NARROW ESCAPE.
A DetectIvc Captures n Wntiltl-Bc Out?
law ill Lambert's l*oin(.
Detective MeKown. of Lambert's
Point, has Jus I completed a very clever
piece of detective work, which puts
Isttac Rlddlck, a negro, behind the bars
oil the charge of assault with attempt
The facts are ns follows: On the 12th
of last September Mr. Thus. Doyle, who
attends to the sand at Sandy Point,
which Is used In paying the strcet.wns
walking along the llowdcn's ferry road,
neu I' Denby's farm. <m his way in this
cltyi when he saw a neuro man, walk?
ing In front of him. carrying a long club,
acting in a rather suspicious manner.
After a while he noticed the man dodge
Into the bushes. Just as Mr. Doyle
passed tin- spot where the negro left
the road he saw ihe shadow of his
uplifted arm. ready to strike with the
stick. Remembering ihe negro, Mr.
Doyle raised his left arm to ward off
the Idow, and received the lick on his
forearm. He Immediately grappled
with the negro, and hallowed for help
as 1 aid as he cptlld. The negro became
frightened and, aiming a vicious blow at
Mr. Doyle's head, which fortunately
missed Us mark, dropped his stick and
made tracks to gel away. About this
time Detective McKpwn came along the
road In n buggy, and Mr. Doyle,.a.ftc.r
explaining the matter to him. put the
case In his hands. Mr. McKown Imme?
diately started out. with no clue what?
ever, except the slick with which the
assault was made, and the result's rif
hi 'Tort are seen when it If}slated thai
yesterday Mr. Doyle, In the county Jail,
Identified Isaac Rlddlck ns the man who
attempted his life on the high mad
Detective MeKown deserves credit for
his success in capturing the would-be
Among Osir Coitou Heu.
spot cotton in Liverpool declined
l-pid. Fultiro contracts declined
Bar silver in London, ? U-lCd. ad?
Future contracts In New York opened
easy?s points decline?S.07 lb 8;0S for
January; afterwards declining lo 8.06.
The light estimate.- of receipts at New
Orleans caiised the marke; to ad?
vance to S.1S for January: market clos?
ing Strong; January. V17 to S.l*: March.
8.28 to s.2'.i; May. S.X7 to S.3S: sales, 269,
800 boles. I
Future contracts in N'.-w Orlcaris
closed steady, sahs. 69.400 baits; Janu?
ary. S In 8.01. ,
I'uited States port receipts yesterday
were 8S.21S bales, agalnsl 4t;.u>7 bales
last year, ami 45.552 bales In 1893.
New i )rh ans receipts lO-dn> estimat?
ed at from ?1.000 to 7.000 bales, sgalnst
14,933 bales hist year, and 13,487 bales
Spot cotton In New York declined
1-16; Norfolk market tit lined 3-16; other
Southern markets declined" l-ll! to
The exports of cotton from United
States ports so far tills season are 9l0.
526 bubs less loan lasl season.
Inspecting Hie Teriulnl.
A number of olllcials of llie Southern
railway were In the city yesterday In?
specting the termini of Ihe road at
Pinner's Point. They have been over
the entire road, laying out plans for
their advent Into this port. The party
was composed of Messrs. \V. H. Raid
win, Jr.. Second Vice-President; \V. II.
Green. General Superintendent; J. Hi
Munson, Division Freight Agent; C. II.
Hudson, chief Engineer, and E. T.
Lumb, General Forwarding Aunt.
When Baby was tick, v.-a gave liet Costorli.
When she was n t'liiU, she cried for Cattorla.
When site became Miss, she clung lo Castori*.
Wien slie had C&Uarcs, ..bo gave them Castorla
Our Competitors Wonder.
how we can witli the heavy advance
in leather continue to sell.
Our Patrol Shoes for $2.
But we were for warned and
contracted for them before the
advance came. Hence we can find will
continue to give the consumer the ben?
This famous shoe is made with three
solid leather soles, and Is recommend?
ed by policemen, oystermen. black?
smiths, painters, farmers, and all kinds
.if mechanics. Come and see Ihe laced
ONE-PRICE SHOE STORE.
46 Bunk street, opposite Courthouse.
BOARD.?A married ' couple without
children can obtain .board at a low
figure' by addressing "SAPHTYi" Vir-;
gluian otllce. ? ~2J_j_ " de3-tf' -.
. I'oudiis never foil.
.-n . i mtzU ?n.l lurcwherval! "?Iber'
I rcniciltr? h?r? f?llol. rurtiruUr* 4 emu.
UR. 8. T. DIX, IU^k liny, Uottou, Muni
"Cripple" Creek Gold Fields"
FREE Infcirmntlon regarding mining
Blocks and properties. Write the MB
CI1BM INVESTMENT CO., Members
Colorado Mining Slock Exchange, Den?
ver, Colo. ?C3-3I
On Ivory and Porcelain. PORTRAITS
in oil, Pastel, Water Color or Crayon
from iife or phoUmraph.
STCDlO-31 lladdlngion Building.
ART CLASSES Norfolk College. .
MRS.; JENNIE D1CDON Y RICK.
noSO-lf ? ? ?
Rc-pollslicd, Cleaned. Packed and Ship?
ped: Chairs re-caned. IJpbolsterers'
materials furnished. Cheaper work
than any other establishment: done
at house If preferred: orders .solicited.
nnd JSJ Church street. S. K. HAM?
ACADEMY OP MUSIC.
I^HinVv: I DHC. 5TH.
America's foremost Romantic Actor.
in a magnificent production of
MONTE CRIS TO !
Special Cast. Unexcelled Scenery. Prie s.
2T?, :">?. 76c. and SI. Seats now on sale.
IK HYEViEN'S HOLY BONDS
Four Hearts Made Happy in the Cockade
City Last Night.
HANDSOME CHURCH DECORATIONS.
Mr. Ilocclhoii Unite. Jr.. J.\Vods Miss
l.ldn Young, tiiitl Mr. Herbert Ai?
rliiglou and '<;.-,?. Annie Itolssean
Are Untie One Itotli Wore taslt
Petersburg, Ya.. Dec. 4.?(Special.)?
j Grace KpUcopal Church woa the scene
this*nfter-udon at 5 o'clock 6t a very
I pretty marriage, and In honor of the
occasion the chancel had: been very
tastefully and elaborately decorated
Iwith flowers and potted plains. The
parties to this union were Mr. Harrison
Walte, Jtv, and Miss Lldu Young. The
Ushers were Messrs. Mnury Young. Ma?
rion Peebles. T. M. Young, and W. S.
Young. Mr. S. G, Wilson was the liest
Miss Bessie Walle. sister of the
groom, was maid of honor. The bride
entered Oil the arm of her brother*
Mr. J. B. Young, and was met at Ihe
chancel by the groom, and his best
The ceremony was performed by the
rector. Rev. John Ridotlt.. The bride
Is a daughter of Mrs. \V. A. Young,
and one of Petersburg's most attractive
young ladles. The groom Is a postal
clerk on the Atlantic Coast Line, and a
son of Major Harrison Walte, ah ar?
chitect of this place.
A large and fashionable nssembjagc
gathered at St. Paul's Episcopal Church
this evening at *\:Mi ..'clock, to witness
the mariiuge of Mr. Herbert Arlington
and Miss Annie RorseftU. The chancel
and pulpit front was beautifully de'
co rated with (lowers and growing
plants. Miss LlZJile Bois.seuu. a sister
,.f the bride, was maid of honor, and
Mr. Samuel W. Arlington, a brother ...
Ihe groom, best man. The uslieis were
Messrs. Holmes Bolsseau, Jr.; brolhei
of ib.- l.ride, and R. H. Arlington, or
Petersburg; I very D. Arrlngton, of
Richmond; A. W. Falkoner, of Cumber?
land. N. C: William Warwlth, of Nor?
folk, and Kemp Plummer, of Ports?
mouth, The bride wore while French
organdie, trimmed with pearl ami car?
ried In hei- hand a bouquet of bride
roses. '''In maid of honor also wore
white organdie, and held in her band a
bouquet of Da Franc? roses. Rev. W.
G. Starr. D. D? pastor of Hoard Street
Methodist Episcopal Church, Rich?
mond, officiated! The bride Is a daugh?
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Uctssenii.
of this city, and quite prttty. The
groom is a prominent . mercliandlse
broker her.-. .'.)
Constable .1 S. Hatchet't, of Lunen
burg, wits here to-day. armed with a
warrant for the arrest nt a negro, named
William Thornton Jackson, who
wattled in that county for the larceny
of a watch stolen from Mnllic-Daniel,
i'pon ids arrival here the Constable
learned that Hie man he was looking
for whs nt work on the Old Dominion
Steamship Company's wharf, at Nor?
folk. He al once wired the Chief of
Police of that city to arrest Jackson if
lie could be found.
Miss Lucy Watson will give a recep?
tion to-morrow night in honor of her
guests. Mrs. Stuart Bre/.ce. of Balti?
more, and Miss Connelly, of Rappaliail
An open meeting of the comniltlei
on revising the city charter will be held I
in the City Treasurer's office Thursday '
next et s p. m.. at which time sug?
gestions In person or in writing from
citizens interested will lie gladly re?
I)is. Ilnriiiou A I'lrev.
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat. Consul?
tation fi. e 1S6 Main street, Norfolk.
Telling Time by u Sunflower Clack.
Kansas has often been culled the
sunflower Slate?a title more than
ever appropriate since the foreman
upon Gov. Motley's farm constructed
his sunflower clock. Choosing an
(enormous sunflower he attached to Its
drooping head a tiny cornstalk not
more than ten feet long. About the
plant he drew a circle and divided it
Into twenty-four parts, each of which
was subdivided for minutes nnd sec
>nds. And now. ns the faithful plant
from dawn to dusk eyes Its fierce lord
the cornstalk pointer moves about the
dial, indicating the lime.
Judge Mnise, of New Orleans, who
committed the district attorney to jnll
for contempt of court last week, has
been indicted by the grand Jury foi
1 oppression in office and slander.
:J._FOk R E NT.____j^
FOR RF.NT?That ilesldahle store cor?
ner Orunby nm' ijinen streets) good
location, with ail c.onvcnie.nocti: pos
? ? ?? ?ton January 1st. 1590. Apply WALT.
J. .UO/.I biRI ITS,York Place or N, nml
S. n. it. Qcnere) others, del-tf
' FOR RENT?House ."-7 Yarniouth street,
with all modern lnipro\cutouts: posses
j slon can b? giver !by the 1st of Dect'in-J
ber. Apply to 9( I lute street. no2X-tf
t'Olt SA 1.10?Laundry equipment (Troy
Laundry Machine Co. make): cheap
for cash. Address OTTO WITTREICH.
SpntiK drove. \'a. del-HP
FOR SALE?An .,1,1 established Bakery
well (quipped: oven ami tools In i.-oud
onler; Ioiik lease, aial at present lima
doing a p.iyhiK business. Address RAK?
ER V. cure' Virginiaii olllce. d<;<-2w
FOR iSALU?An established nndpuyiili.
dairy ami .truck business, conveniently
located; a bargain.1 k. p. WA'i'SON.
Write'care this oHice. doS-lw
FOR SALE CHHAl'- Plaits anil Hpcclll
. .cttlous lor brick residence, drawn by
one pC tin:, best architects in the
Sidle. Address, "Plans." this <?!ce.
STR AW BE RH Y Cf! ATES.
Now <dxty ipi irt Mandat d. 30o.
FARMERS' MANUEACTURINCl CO.
_ no!*-l m
1 LADIES' FURS fil L0AES1 PR.CES I
Waller. J. Si.i.i.iims & Co.?
\"TT r/laln Street.
EL1ZADETH CITY. N.C.
Elizabeth City. N. C., Dec. 4.?(Spe?
cial)? Don't forget the bazaar at the
Albcmarlu House Thursday and Fri?
day iligltts. It will be a big Iblllg.
Mr. Ersklrie lOhriiiuhaus' handsome
residence, on Fearing street; is nearly
finished. Upon completion it will be an
ornament to that part of the city.
The work of putting In electric lights
in the Methodist Church in addition to
the old ftas light Is nearly completed.
It bus been needed rpr some time, as
very often the gas uives a eery poor
? Mr. Zenas Fearing and Mr. c. n.
Crawford returned io-tluy from Uerk
i ley. . where they have been octjug as
waiters In the marriage of Mr. H. Oa
soit and Miss Lolls. Humphries, which
took place at Hie Chestnut Stri-ei
< 'hurch yesterday afternoon.
ALARM OF EIRE.?At 11 o'clock
this morillhg an alarm of tire was
sounded in the! Fourth Ward. After a
wild goose chose 1 all over that wind
the hose wagon returned, being unable
to locate the tin'. The engine did not
even;leave the house at all on account
of one-of I if horses being out on nie
street cleaning force. Should the IIr<
had been of any Import ii nee scrlousi
damage llllKht have been done while
the engine would;have been lying use
less at the enelpc-Oinuso.
A DISAPPOINTMENT.?Rev. Dr.
Johnston rereivtal a telegram yester?
day from the ReVitDr. I thick, who was
to carry on the meting which has al?
ready been begun at the Presbyterian
Church, that it would lie Impossible
for him to come here ntid take part In
the work. It will be quite a disappoint?
ment t<> many.
THE OYSTER: LAW. The oystei
dredging law allowing dredging only
by natives of this State is now luj
effect; 'I'll, re an- many varied opinion;
as to win Iber this law will be an im
provement on the old one, which ai
lowed outsiders the privilege of dredg
jug, its it is thought that il will im?
pair the oyster trade of I ills phi"...
THE LADIES' BAZAAR.- Tit. ludii
of the Episcopal Church have cv<iy
thing in preparation for their big ba
r.nur. which is to take place Thursday
and Friday iiffthfs'. for the behellt of
that church. A jftoasnnl evening ma>
lie expected by nil who attend, ns a
very Interesting programme has Ijcen
art tinned. besides the refrcshmt ills, etc
EDENTON. N. C.
Edenton, N, C, lue 4.?(Special)
Mr. W. R. ShniinonWhuse, of Hertford,
was in town'yesterday,
Mr. lt. E. Byrd, Optician and Jew?
eler, bus .moved his shop from En <:
Queen streotj and necuplo? the room
over Mr. L. L. Mooi'f's store.
Mr. Tooley. of the express ..Hie-, win.
has been out of town several days, has
Remember the entertainment to-night
(Th?r; lay) by St. .Murys Outld at
Itea'S Opera !!? use.
The large nudienco that assembled
at Red's Opcia House hist night to wit?
ness tlie performance L,i Gorton's Min?
strels and eX|l .'ting to see a !
show were not In the .least disappointed.
Tlie jokes and songs Ore new and funny,
tb.- music n:i*l danalng was excellent.
W.-lliy. Pearl anil Keys, the notld -
script trio, pleased the audience. In
fact, .".11 was good and the audit iici
was pleased with Hie winde perform?
is one of the most tender
parts of the hotly. Inflam?
mation there results in weak
will he found to have a bene?
ficial effect in allaying the
inflammation and restoring
strength. It is invaluable in
all sorts of lameness and
Never pn I up With " just as cnod at All
luck's." Insist upon having the igtriuine.
Allcock's Corn Shields,
Allcock's Bunion Shields,
Rave no equSi as a relief and cute for corns
not only cleanse,but tone up tho sys?
tern. rUoy can be dopoudod upoa.
ltcv. W. F. Deftwlch. the now pastor
for Trinity M. 10. Church', Arrived yes?
Prayer meeting this week every af?
ternoon at ?! o'clock at McKendree.
under the conduct of thei Woman's Mis
sionnry Society for Indies. All Invited.
Alis. Orloy iBrownoll. of .Marshall
avenue, has returned from the Atlanta
Exposition. She was accompanied by
her mother. Mrs. HuM. They iworc
delighted with their trip.
Miss Raymond gave her recital at
Festival Hull Tuesday night. The
gymnasium class of the Y. M. <.'. A., un?
der the direction of Professor Ward,
will give an exhibition to-night. The
(typsy wedding by the young Indies of
Park Avenue Baptist Church, with so?
los, ducts, recitations, &c, will be the
attraction to-morrow night. Small ad?
Tlio King's Daughters will meet this
evening at I o'clock with Mrs. Rey?
nolds, lira in bictoii avenue.
There was an cnlerlalnmept at
Acree'S Hall last night by the Ameri?
can Musical Cllib,
Tlie Inasmuch circle of King's Daugh?
ters will meet at Itt.lO p. m. at Mrs. Rey?
nolds', in Bru.mbloton avenue.
Mr. David 1>. Button, representative
of Princess Anne county, spoilt Mon?
thly night with his sister. Mrs. .1. T.
Stone. Mi" Tunstull avenue, where lie
left 'early Tuesday morning for Rich?
We sell the GENUINE FIBRE CHAMOIS !
And recommend It as the most satisfactory interlining in I he mar?
ket, It is endorsed by the best dressmakers and ladies' -tailors all
over the world.
No. IO--l_IGHT--For Silk Waist and Light Dress Goods.
No. 2O--MEDIUM--F01- CI0II1 Sloevos and Light Skirts.
No. 30--HEAVY--FOI- Skirts and Capes, Cloaks, etc.
To be GENUINE every yard musl bo stamped FIBRE CHAMOIS.
Imitations do not give satisfaction, thcreiorc we do not handle them.
Only good linings at right prices has built up our immense trade in
this Special Department.
PETER SEV11 ITH Sc CO.
A stock of UP-TO-DATE TEV.li0^
embracing Oil the? good tilings tto$#
have been produced lor this "W?tttHL
sules, iu , .'..*. : : , :"PM
Brooches of Eiiamel ?:
'and Diamond Wreaths, ^
Wings and Novel ; ;
Combinations. ^ ^5
Miuintiirc Pins'are the igtest fad. and
I lmve all. the best Miniatures iu ?Ml-iffc
most attractive settings. .;rfi
Diamond Sleeve Links, ':
New Scarf Pins; !'
Opal. Ruby, Sapphire;- ICriicrald aiia*J?j
Cluster Ear Screws.
ATTRACTIVE PRICES guaranteed. f8
Correspondence solicited. . f*?
Jas. R. Armigkr, ' |g
3*t Kast UnltiuiOJPC Street, ,i
Baltimore. . -Vsa
Few Items of a Roomful!, v
Dole's "itiblo Gullery."
Milton's "Paradise Lost."
Dante's "Purgatory and Paradise.
?''. ??.lltl'.u, L'S.-. $1.2.", exiiress paid to anjp
Our Art Department Is filled with bead-}
tlful pictures, at special prices for thS
next ten days.
Musbaum's, 128 Plain Street.
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS!
?M imm hard wars"'vi
paint., oils. brushes,
Polish Plate and \Ninuow Glass,
LONGMAN A MARTINEZ' PUHK '<
ni:.\i)\-Mixi:i) paints, eveky.
GALLON SO 1.1) tJNDlilt A BlND^-'v^g
I NO GUARANTEE.
COOKE, CLARK & C?;i
Sale Will Begin Monday, Dec. 21, for This Week Only. !?'
100 French Fell Hats, Black and Colors, all shapes and (latsjj
SALE PRICE, 50c. EACH.
100 Fell Hals, Black and Colors, all shapes and flats;
SALE PRICE, 25c. EACH.
100 Bunches Velvet, Roses, All Colors, Three in a Bund
SALE PRICE, 15c. BUNCH.
100 Bunehcss Violet Bouquets, Seventeen in a Bunch,
SALE PRICE, 5c. BUNCH.
100 Birds,. Wings, Aigrettes and Ooqiie Feathers,
SALE PRICE, 10c. EACH.
Just Received?A large- line of
Which will be sold at remarkably low prices. Come and look ail
our large line of FANCY ROCKERS, in Plush and '-3
Leather Scats. They are beauties.
Our Stock of Chamber Suits Is Immensel
Always on hand, a line of Wardrobes, Book Cases, j.ioijW
Top Desks. Sideboards. Hall Racks, Parlor Suits. It will pay ,yoi|
to .uive us a call be lore you purchase, as there is no trouble to
show vou through our stock.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO,