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Robert White,-Col?red, Affixed the Name of
the Ri G. Dennis Lumber Co. to an Order.
WANT NARSEMOND SOLDIERS NAMES.
A Successful HiinlLigTrip- I?r. Camp?
bell Honored by liov. O'Ferntll ?
Miss Juyi'c Knymoutl t?> lten?l fori
the Itcitclit ol the Baptist Cliurcli? |
' 1'cif.onul Notes.'
Suffolk. Viu, Dec. 5.?(Special.)?Rob?
ert "White, colored, was last night ar?
rested by Constable Branch for forgery
anil placed In the county Jail. life Is |
'from Chuckaluck district, and Is charg?
ed with having forged an order on tho
. R. G.. Dennis '.Lumber Company, of
Suffolk. The preliminary hearing will
occur next Tuesday before Justice A.
S. F.ley, in Suffolk.
NO QUORUM PRESENT.?There wns
no meeting of the County Road Com'
mlssloners and Supervisors yesterday
as was scheduled owing to the absence
. of a quorum, Some of the members re?
siding at a distance wer? detained at
hcime on account of the weather. The
;jdate for the postponed meeting has not
?yet been named.
?WANT SOLDIERS' NAMES.?The
. JTom Smith Camp of Confederate Veter
I Vans at a meeting this week passed a
; resolution stating- their Intention of
collecting the names of all persons
fnun ' Nansemond who took any part
whatever in the civil war. They not
' only desire to procure the full com
i pany rolls, but tilso the tianies of all
?who entered a,ny branch of the service
Whether infantry, cavalry, signal, or
. ? FUNERAL-?The funeral or Joe
j Street's wife, a very respectable col
1 are.d .woman, who lived In the suburb
known as -Philadelphia, took place this
? afternoon from the First Colored Bap?
tist Church, Rev. W. W. Galnes ofii
obxtlng. 'A number of friends followed
the remains to Oakhill Cemetery,
where the Interment occurred.
BACK FROM TUE DISMAL?Stuart
Baker a'Ud . Jrihn Matthews returned
this afternoon from the Dismal Swamp
where they were members of a hunting
party which lert Suffolk on Thanks?
giving day. The party succeeded In kilt?
ing three deer ami one hear, besldeu
dozens of squirrels and smaller game.
Cc/loneJ H. E. Smith still remains
QOpirO'N'-Hi MINSTRELS?Gorton s
?-mall out Bclcct company ot minstrels
to-iilEbl appeared at the City Hall Thi -
atre. The uudll-n'cc attested their up
preolatlon of the performance by fr<
qudtStoncores. MY. Gorton's conception
of trie;requisites of minstrelsy is evi?
denced by .his. cqllr-.fetlnn of artists, nil
? of.i.who;n are specUilVsts In their rc
3 Bp'ectlve roles.
i ' MISS .'RAYMOND TO READ HERE.
Ml-.1 J. F; Cantwell. business manager
fo(-'MlsB Joyce Raymond, reader, of
Boston, was In Suffolk this afternoon
and arranged for the uppoarancc of
that elt?cutlonlst here on next Tuesday
evening, In the lecture-room of the
Baptist fHiurch. -for whose benefit the
entertainment will take place.
H - W. Campbell, of Suffolk, ex-Presl
?deht'Ot-the-Virginia Dental Association,
has been "^appointed by Governor O'Fer
- Tntl ftf member of the State Hoard of
V Dental Examiners, which imsltlon will
Inst for three yearn. His friends here
will be glad to learn of the honor con?
Mr, P. D. Camp, a large lumber dealer
. of i Franklin, Va., was to-day in Suf?
Mrs,' F. J. Harvey"Is in Ohio, visiting,
a daughter,' who Is ill.
Dk-juLeon Smith, an eye speeialist
frdm-Wnshlngton, D. C. is located tem
porarily at the Stnar*t House.
Schooner John Johnson, of New York,
arrived this afternoon to load with luin
- her, ; ; ?
A'-deed to-day entered In the County
Clerk's ofllce records the sale of 142
acres Iii 'Cypress district, which were
I transferred, from L. S. it. ltahey and
wife to Frances R. Ellenor, for $700.
Dr. Thomas H. Harne.-:. ex-Senator
- from the Thirty-third District, return
v ed to-day from Richmond, where he was
present vat .(he, opening session of the
? General 'Assembly.
Rev. Duncan McLoed. pastor-elect of
?/Western Branch and Coloase Ohurces,
( was in Suffolk to-day i-n route to
j Greensboro, N. C. to attend the Caro?
lina Baptist State Convention.
The John J. Ferguson. Capt. Wheat
ley.- has. sailed for Washington, D. c,
With a lumber cargo.
Children to-day hilariously greeted
the first snow of the season.
Dr. R. E. Parker, who has been ill of
heart trouble, was somewhat better to?
The Suffolk Cotillon Club will Rive
their next german on Tuesday, Decem?
Henry Hooker Was arrested anil jailed
by constable Branch for stealing lum?
ber." He will have a preliminary hear
infr n<-xt Tuesday.
A license wan to-day issued foe- tin
marriage of William J. Holland to An
rile G. Reed, colored. The parties ar
aged respectively, 20 and 18 years.
ELIZABETH CITY, N.C.
Ellzalir-th City, N. C. Dec. 5.?(Spe?
cial.)?The Nora Macchree Comedy
Company have been billed by the man?
agement '.r the Opera-Mouse t<> plnv
the lirM three nights of next week, li
opens with an Irish comedy, which,
:. judging from tin- press comments, is a
voiy good play. Popular prices.
Dr> not forget the debate of the
Gasten Literary Society at the Atlan?
tic Collegiate Institute, and the bazaar
at the Albcmarlc House to-morrow
night. A pleasant evening may be
,-. spent at both places. Everybody is
Gorton's celebrated minstrels gave
one of the finest exhibitions of the sea?
son at the Opera Mouse last nicht.
The house was pneked, and everybody
'... showed their appreciation by loud nud
repeated applause. Hank Oootlman
wn-i the chief charaotei; of the even?
ing, keeping the crowd convulsed with
laughter by his witty sayings, while the
funny antics of the trio. Pearl, Welby,
cr.d Key.-', was very good.
A Child 1'iijoya.
.'? 3?he pleasant flavor, gentle- action, and
5 toothing effects ed" Syrup of Figs, when
in need ef a laxative, and If the father
Or mother be costive or bilious, the most
? Gratifying results follow its use-, so that
-?? It is the best family remedy known,
ahftiyl every family should have a bottle
<r< "Shave y?ur Sb?p "
'fr~2> ?so *ne soaP fakers say, especially
0?T ifyou're washui'gdelicate things. Now,
^?^X^-r^^f in the name of common sense,
'ZlX^o^Z*^ what's the use? When you can
get Pearline, in powder form for
this very reason, why do you want
to v&rk over soap, which, if it's good for
anything, gets very hard and difficult to cut.
Besides;~Pearline is vastly better than any powdered
soap c??ld be. It has all the good .properties of any
soapr? and many more, too. There's something in it that
does J:he work easily.but without harm,?much more easily
than any other way yet known.
Peddlers and somo unscrupulous grocers will tell
vou, " tills is as rood as " or "the same as Pearl
your grocer sends you na imitation, 1
1 this is as good as " or " the same as Pearl
IT'S FALSE?Pearline is never peddled, if
i honest?send it back. JAMES l'YLE, K.Y
I THE BIG FAILURE
Ol Hie well-known clothing house of H. A. Hazle
* ton & Co., of 626 Broadway, New York, has proved a
? blessing to our customers. We bought the stock at the
I sheiin s sale--we bought it cheap. It's all this season's
I goods -and we are hustling it out, too, at a lively pace.
<; It's ail (.ur extra salesmen can do to wait on the"crowd.
<; We wisi] 10 notily all ladies that they will get better at
<; tention il they call in the morning, as we are terribly
o rushed in the allernoon.
6S.au < tilldieu'N Null.
8'J.ftl) 4 iii io uns Sil Km..|
Mi irit'iim? mid Vests.
lien's * nsMimuro runts.?.
Men's llluclc anil Itluc l?iir<;
tl ool 4 liovlol fan is.
Men's l.itivnrd lliirt-ls> 4'nssl
Mun.K'r'n 4 iihhIiihto I>iiiiIh.
.Men's I lay Urn s|< il SnlU.
loiiiit; .lion's l><uil>k? mid Sin.
ale llrruslcd Nulls.
filt.no .Men's suits lur.
Mir? Men's 4'iissliiioro Suits |?r...
SH Ynniiu; Mi ii s sni is lur.
930 Men's Overcoats. Mr-itou,
SI7 Imported Mcrimttlln 4lvcr
???nils. 7 30
sin French iiin, i. < i,< , i,,i 4>y
ei-eimts .>. 11 no
?10 Oxtnrtl .Mixed 't? vcrcimt*.. I 75
4 ltll<li en's 4'<>rOui-i?y linee
I hiUlren's 4'itssjuicrr Ii nee
4 hllili-eu's Sli-lelly AII-1V??!
4i,lid ton's !ir, |> ? Kpe OVcr<
Children's ?><in 4'imi*.
lall Clothing Caaipanj/,
S3 Main Street*
<t>4>4>4>4>4>4>4*4>4?0? OOOC'?OO? OC?f Si Hflfti Aft?tAAAA a r, r. i
THIO WOMAN'S MAOA'/TNB, "THE
VIRGINIAN."?Alentlon has been made
before In tho columns <>r The Virginian
of this publication, gotten lip for the
benefit of the Virginia exhibit at the
Atlanta Exposition by Mrs. William
Preston Bettle; tlie well known head of
the Virginia Hoard or Lady Managers,
und her accomplished associates.
Tho' ladies of the committee have
given tlielr incessant attention to the
upholding of the honor and dignity of
the State without one cent of remune?
ration. They have been left entirely
to their own resources for defraying
the expenses of the undertaking, with
tria exception of railway transportation
extended by the railroads. By dint of
unremitting toil and skillful financial
manngeint-uit, they have succeeded ad?
mirably In' carrying out their pro?
gramme, and na\ve turned praises by
their liiiKelllBliin -sk . in . u cause which
lias taxed their skill arid Ingenuity.
The ladies have much yet to do In the
way of Inking care of various articles
loaned for exhibition, which have to be
returned in good order to the generous
owners, after, the Exposition Closes, and
this duty entails not only much person?
al care and supervision, but expense*
There are In their departments exam?
ples of nil kinds of wonderful women's
handiwork, embroideries, needle-work,
of bewildering beauty, luces, quilts, oil
palntlngs. decorations on china, and
Innumerable oilier articles of value, se?
cured largely from different schools
in Virginia and from numberless indi?
viduals as well.
The Issue of the magazine; "Tho Vlr
ginian>' has been determined upon as
a desirable means of securing the ne?
cessary money for this work and no
pains have bct-n sinned to make it well
Worth tho price charged for it.
Of its contents tho Virginian lias al?
There can be no doubt that the men
of the Stair with their customary pa?
triotism, and pride in their matchless
women will gladly do all In their power
to make this undertaking a perfect
Our ladles have given all their time
und attention to tills work, and after
months of toil and hardship ll behooes
?is to give them a helping hand its they
in rir the end of their labor. Twenty
flve cents is tiie price charged for tin
magazine. The price Is not a gift, but is
purchase money for a collocation of lii
erary works of merit. To many of
those who may not he aide to go to
the I vposition ?*.'.h? work wWI bo a
fi nvenir and will also be the literary
exhibit from the women of Virginia
lite Southern Exposition.
Tl magazine may be obtained by
wiiii to,?di:s Jennie P. Vandegrift,
I? ? .Manager, Lynch burg. Vii..
wli -?? rnre business ability has bet "
hr, altt ibio in seconding tlie efforts of
ih< editor, Mrs. William Prosi >n Uealc.
EDENTON, N. C.
Rdentonj N. C, Pec. B.?(Special)?
Mr. H. Q. Donnnn, who lias been in our
town for about six months keeplnp
Imoks for ihe ttrannlng Manufacturing
Company, left Wednesday for Norfolk,
Mr. Donnan is n clever gentleman and
made for himself many friends here.
The saw min ,,f o. W. Roper K- Co.
shut down yesterday owing to tho
breaking of Rome part of the large en?
Messrs. Sidney McMuliln, J. j. Fleet
wood, Hobelt Perry, J. H. Stokes am'
W. n. Barber, bf Hertford, visited Ed
onion titis week.
Mr. E. 13. F.- Jom s is quite sick at his'
home, on V.ast Queen street.
The culvert on Kast Gale street ha>
been completed und the street has beer,
oil.eiwise improved. ?
W. W King, of the Xojfolk and
Southern railroad, was registered at
the Woodard House "Wednesday.
4S? hJ..jv CH
CURES ALL SKIN
l hyslclahs endorse I*. I?. l*. ns n splei
dm ?.-omi)liiatloii. and in. ..-in ? it will
great satisfaction for ihn eure of a
forms mill states of Primary, Becondai^
P. P. P.
and Tertiary Syphilis, Sypliiilile I >i
jiiatlsm. Scrofulous Ulcers and Sore::
Glandular Bwclllnc?, llheumaliHai, M?U
riii. Old Chronic Ulcers thai have r>isi.--t
p p p ? clhes
L+?rXT, JL ? BLOOD POISON.
ed all treatment. Catarrh. Skin Diseases,
Kcaema, Chronic I'lnnaie L'ouippillil's,
Mercurial Poison. Titur. Seald ifea.l.
P.P.P. Is an powerful loule.anil an excel
P. P. P.
lent appetiser. Uuiluine up Uiu system
.Ladles whose systems are poisoned and
whose hlootl Is In an luipura Kondition,
b Fi fklalana,,
Jlue to menstrual Irregularities, are pecn
Blarly hcnellteil by the wonderful toni.
and blood cleansing properties "f P. I'
I*.. Prickly Ash, Poke Pool ami Potas
P. P. P
LirPimiMF.os., pfcp 'ems.
DiTGISIS, BLOCK, SIVAHHA9. Gk
Look on Rlood Diseases mailed free.
Few Items of a Rooinfull.
Dore's "Hfblo Gallery."
Milton's "Paradise Lust."
Paiite's "Purgatory and Paradiso.
Je: edition, '.iSc. $1.Jr. express paid to an.,
Our Art Department i> filled with beau?
tiful pictures, at special prices for the
next ten days.
Nusbaum's, 128 Main Street.
Nalii t>y I > r ie,-,r I-a -,
or trat iii plain wrapper
t>y <-\|.rm. prepaid, t.j
fi.nn. or :i Milieu, |l.7>.
t'iri-tilar flint .?11 0-41:1-:
Irwin's Twin City Express.
W. T. Irwin & Co., B.opricto.s.
PPFICB?lOii-i VVA'i Kit ?1 . ........... \.i
Ample facilities for hauling anything n>
and from anywhere in the three cities.Tei
ephone No. C, CI1?P.GE3 RKASONA
1:1.1-:. Muvintf Furhltu.ro and Pianos c
?SOMETHING FOR NOTHING I
' I _ nn t r _
NOVELTY IN NORFOLK.
CRAYON PORTRAITS FREE 1
We give you a coupon every time you
make a purchase for cash. We punch
the , coupon. When your purchase
amounts to Jin you can liuvc a Life Like
Portrait mudo in Crayon or Water Color
'lints from any photoKraph or tintype you
may desire. We will nut cuntlne this After
to .one plclu-e In each family, but give a
portrait each time you comply with the
requirements given. We further nssuro
you thul If the portrait is not satisfactory
you need not accept it until It Is. Wo
give you the portrait free; you only pay
Tor the frame. The eost of the frame,
irluss, etc., will be only 12.110. Sample por?
traits in our window show the splendid
character* of the work, und the rich
Holiday Goods Open---A Saving !
TRIOYCLI58? IKON?$1.50. $2, 52.50.
Big llObby M?rses, |1.60, $i, J2.&0.
Wood furls. 20e.
Waren* of Steel, all inctal, $1.25. i
Plush Photograph Albums, r*.
Rubber I toils, Rubber Animals, 2>c.
? Bisque Dolls, a fool high, 25c:
I Mxtra long Kid D' dv lilsquc Dolts. 73e.
Kid Body Hlx'iue Dolls, two feet ttvll, $1.
'fliese with shoes and stockings.
Haby Upright Planes, iOc.
Dressing Sets <d' White Celluloid, Mir?
ror. Br,ush and Comb, beauties, fliese $1,
SHOES . ^>
I.:.dies- regular, $:? C.or.dyear Well, Don
gblii stock allocs, at Yi.wh u pair. ? 73c.
? Ladles' Shoes; Lire or Rutton. nil
ntvl, * of tu.-. Shot'. 'I his our Inmous ll.i)
Missis- School Shoes. Donsnin, Pebble
Coat, nil Styles, $1. Kilter grade. $1.50.
HOYS' SCHOOL SHOKS, $h The lowest
pike In Norfolk.
M it's Whiter K?sset Shoes, heavy
railroad edge, water proof, ull styles of
Men's Shots, Cnlf, Congress or Luce,
all stylts'of fee. Sizes. G to 11, ul $2. On ,
these you save Wa, lu-re,
' Moil's l.ri'.e or CongriH* Shoos, tin and
ul iltt lo??, $J.2.r>.. Ji.'sl the vrry l>o-;t J'.hon
C'nt can he bought in Norfolk for Uta
BROWN ! ? 0 Dfpartmfnt Dry Too ls & Sine Stores
DfVT.HPlJS t> ? Itin l li' ? oet. v?.nr On.
K.U I llLtv^i 1/ . ?| p. Bntlentlne Arcmic.
.j utu use ol c. iimUNl) SYKU1' WHITtl i'lXK A.M.:
TAR.' a rmnetiy virbiuli Vom bines In lh< highest dcgive elllcleiicy und p; ? iabi
iiiv Prepared by l.a\vim;m:k & HOLMLS. DHiggiais. .?; Main street, oii,?usltu
St. .Tamos' Matal. Phone ~y.',. Good* delivered to ?11 nans of the ulty.
I * TOB C 5} ttT>fi l*a*nhrft?*rii. SUN tthureli uro't (f'i.ir .i..?r<
, JALU?J ??? DlxU, iron; LJaiseui arc I So lllnsl littoral iiio-my loilit
ir? of .'rJoriolk uo ?ii kiiiil? ot bereue?! pr?party ?i ?low rate of Int.-raa . M?:1
for ?\\W(* Nitftij. ard tve*' ra:j in itis v/egk, en tile Best.
CvV'lio vo tt.liit aoiiimUiii'4 uica lu tli way .if rumKutin.; vo .!.??? ? A mod
Smithfeld Ham. Fine Beef or Film Groceries t
11 no, tea' ?hai'ivu b.?v j i nali ulua
j.l we.oll o*. ??. .1. WHll'ICUOIWP. :\-oiit;
d. K. eornur Olllircll au.l Obar.utto st.'Ooti.
" HE?DS OF FAMILIES
Sboul.l raim-mbar fiat liioy can g6t ,?t all time* the- HltBT 1IKKI'. MUTTON. SMOIvKD
and 1- It! ail Mr.A S u|.
5 V B ? I ^ ?Jfc CO.'S
UOHNIttS t'HUItUH AND QUBKN
QUKKN ST It K KX ? MA UK KT, COHNKB ,'HUKUIl AND QUBKN *Tltl!Kl'3,
.marKlT. tc.e.rie ond Remit Butchers, m mw Mi
Wlbl UalOe'' ui.d; ?Poultry.'. Pish, PrUlt ptbd Vegetables
?'hind atx-ioU Dealer in Uh'Otcc- Grocer'
i lome-made Sausage,
Branch store. 323 Cum
obnCCu ai d Clears. 'I'lioiic
gf A finno
i.iRN ix Titrfrsi: or
Dr. Campbell's Safe Arsenic Gomplexion Wafers
and FouUi's Medicated Arsenic
The Only Real Bcautiflers c( the Completion, Skin and Form.
Tliese Wafers and Konn are simply ?rotitlerl'ul far
rei'iinvltiK mu'.< it m:n. mri'ii. ill A4tKllRAtiM, > l>i
IM.IN. VtU.OAU UKItN ksh, HOtTOII. Vll.'.v.? tilt
>v v 7 UVnitV SKIX, nntl nil oilier racial tllHUitiireiueatii.
^s^N*' yVafers by mail $1.00: C boxes, j.".. Soap by mall, SO cents
?Address ? Liers to it, IJ. POUI.D.2H Sixth nventie. New Vork.
Mcwiire ? f all other "soreiilled". Arsenic PURPARATIONS.
D'.t i'AMI'HKl.l.'S YVAEERS are the oiilj genuine arsenic wafers made.
POULD'SARSKNIG SOAP i? the oidy M >? I?t ? "ATKI > AitSl'.NIP COMPLEXION
?OAP In the world. C< HtItKSl'ON 1 >l I f ' ? STRICTLY COT*.PIDENT1AL.
For sale by
John W. Biirrow.
There is +io more complete assortment in this city than
our line of OVERCOATS, which are equal in lone, lit, etc., of
the products o!' Merchant Tailors and COST JUST ABOUT
ONE-HALF THE PRICE.
Don't think of buying until you have seen these goods, as
we will surely save you money.
157 MAIN STREET. SOUTH SIDE.
Hticltli na;toi a KttiUEiiiu;.
SHORTHAND; TiPEWItlTINO, PHNMA.NSiiiP, I'.OOKK WKPING, &c, &c,
atiRht hi a thorough business manner, both sexes. Student) admitted rit any
one. This S hool Is up to dale, and gives as thorough a course of Instruction as
any similar school In the country.
"I ndvUc parents to have their boys and girls taught shorthand and type
vrltlng. A rhorlliaud writer who van typewrite his notes would be safer from
tv ih;n a great Oreek scholar.'--C IIAKLKS RHAOIi.
t.. v i n c
rvi t ?
f?j , Cor. Cnuroh anu
(f% Open Da l ?, 8 A. M.-ia P. M Sundav
m Hours Reserve I for Ladies, FHIOAY, 9 A. M.-4 ?
% van TELBiiRG ! ofm an, Manager.
Ott"!1? ?oO* _acP(tc
Anne- ..?rtveT* ..ooW^V ?.oo* .??vfte* "i,a
?WO?^Vt?a.V eV^L? ooT ?tot?
HEADQUARTERS for CHEAP DBYOOODS.
SPECIAL PRICES ON CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR.
Sizes, 16-18-20, - - - at 10c.
Sizes, 22-24 - - - ? at I He
Sizes, 26, 28, 30, 32 - . at 24c.
Children's fill-Wool Vests at 24c, 29c, 39c
Ladies' Ribbed Undervests at 19c
Ladies' Ribbed Undervests, Bleached, Silk
Binding, at 24c; Pants to match at 24c
Ladies' All-Wool Undervests, Red or White,
at 74c; Pants to match, at 74c
Feather Boas, from 25c to $1.00
&n immense stock of
We are selling at astonishingly low prices. Sal?
ines, Canton Flannels, White and Colored Wool
Flannels, Dress Goods, &c.
We are still selling Unbleached Cotton, at
ftpron Ginghams at 3 1-2 cents.
Calico, in short lengths, at 3 1-2 cents.
You can save 25 per cent, by buying your
252 CHURCH STREET.
The Popular Bong^
FREE DISTRIBUTION at (he GREAT HARD?
151 rVlsin Street.
E^T" Watch this space every day."
Try My Dry Slab Wood I
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST VvOOD IN THE CITY.
^;^$3.00 PERCORD. 8
W O. 3- DRIGGS, .
O Wird East End Falkland and CI. or loll* Sis. Down Town Office No. 4>:
x Commerce Si. Phons;:, ?'.')" "05?