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:?UHC1L OF SUFFOLK
Willie Bryant's Leg Fractured By a
Mill Shafting Pulley,
.SKATING RINK OPENED AT ARMORY HALL
Booker Secure** Counsel Tennyson's
"Eitocti Arilcu" Rendered liy Itev
\V. A. Bnrr at a flinreli lleuelil l>e
ceinbcr Term of Xaiisemoml t'oiiu
: ty Court to Ilcitiii Xcil Monday.
V/. Suffolk. Vu? Dee. 0.?tSpceial.l- Tin.
W December term of Nansemond County
EgCourt. Hon. W. J. Kllby judge, will be- j
Kfirin next Monday. The docket is ram
jfopleted and contains tlftec-n eases?five
mcriminal and ten civil. Some of the
SfciYcascs are of long standing and will ,
??probably not be tried at the coming
fe;' term. Among the criminal cases most
?;';'likely to be called is that of Common
K^wealth vs. William Lawrence, larceny.
|j5j?ThIs case was appealed from Justlci
^33. L: Everett's decision, in Lower Pnr
S? lsh. The accused Is under bond for ap
jiearance Monday. There wilt be no
HgSgrand Jury In session at the npproach
t. MEETING OF COUNCIL.?The Town
|;'} Council, Mayor Brewer presiding, held
?3b?8 December meeting to-night. Pres
B?gnt: Messrs. Holland, Nurney, Bell,
N| Parker, McClcary, Norfleet, and Wlth
B ? ers.
tr-V. The town oflicers reported as follows:
WS Mayor's fines, $31; Sergeant's collee
& tlons. $35; market receipts, $92; treas
M vry balance, $C,G!i6.
The special committee reported the
Eg] sale, of a strip of land near the Sea
fej,;bonrd Air Line depot to Carolina Jor
SgvS Colonel McClcary recommended the
|fe appointment of J. E. Franklin to su
ghpervise the town's horses and stable at
fe . a salary of $10 per month. AdoDtcd.
Judge B. Ti. itawles appeared with
g?C. W. Lasslter, ex-Mayor, asking for
ffigthe payment of S4G.35 due him since
f^Jttly 1. 1872. which with Interest amoun?
ted to $im.r>i. Referred to the town
attorney for Investigation.
Complaint having arisen. the ? Com?
mittee on Water and Light was in?
truded to notify the Water Company
ijf the latter's obligation to keep pipes
reo from obstruction at their ex?
j?rThe request of the Police Force for in
icrtaeed salary was referred to the Po
Sjilice Committee with power to not.
H-.-The petition of Mrs. L. P. Oley for
^correction of an en-or In the assess- I
gnent of taxes was referred to the Oom
Ttliitee on Finance, Banks and Ac
[.The request of citizens for a plonk
"lit on Poplar avenue was referred to !
Street Committee with power to
,'ILL1E BRYANT'S LEG FRAC-1
~t ED.?Willie Bryant, the nine-year-1
old son "of Mr. Rdwnrd Bryant, was
yetserday afternoon the victim of an
accident at the plain of the Virginia
Manufacturing Company, where he Is
employed, and lie is now confined at his
home, No. 15 Holiday street, suffering
With' a fractured limb. Willie was
standing near a line of shafting thai
revolves near the lloor when the safety
screw, which confines the pulley, caught
In his pants, and in an Instant the leg
was broken below ihe knee. Had not
the cloth given away results would have
been much more serious. He Is attend?
ed by Dr. T. At. Gibson.
"KNOCK ATtBKN" It 131 'ITKD.?The
Ladles' Aid Society of St. Paul's P. 13.
Church, to-night presented an Interest?
ing and edifying benefit entertainment
at the City Hall Theatre. Kev. XV. A.
Harr, rector, who is a reader of no mean
ability, recited Tennyson's "Enoch Ar
den." with elocutionary effect. The
poem was divided into parts, between
scenes. The occasion was enlivened by
delightful music, and alto-ether is pro?
nounced an artist |c success.
SKATING RINK OPENED.?Thie
skating rink was opened to-night in the
new Armory Hall. < iwlng to the weath?
er and a counter nl tract ion at the City
Hall Theatre, the crowd present at the
opening was not large. The manage?
ment, who represent the military com?
panies, under whoso auspices it will
he operated this season, propose to or?
ganize basket ball teams in the near
HOOKER SECURES COUNSBL.?
Henry Booker, who is In jail charged
with tin- theft of a quantity of lumber
to-day secured James I'. Hin ges as coun?
sel. He proclaims Innocence, says lie
has been persecuted and bemoans his
fate by weeping.
Stella Green, colored, rec< ntly hnd
her residence burned at Whnli yville.
Elias Kdwards can now use Iiis hand,
a linger of which was mashed off.
Friends who have been visiting .Ilm
Ayler this week will leave Saturday
for their homes, In North Carolina. 1
A warrant has been Issued by .lust ice
Elcy charging T. .1. Pruden, of the
county, with obstructing the public
Mr. I.. I). Teackle Qulmby, a young
lawyer of Onancock, Va? was in Suf?
A deed of gift, with the nominal con?
sideration of $5, conveying one lot on
West Kllby street from Alexander .1.
Winborne and wife to Mrs. Josephine
Ernest Dallon, was recorded to-day.
Pntent winter heaters have been
placed in the street cars.
A. W. Comtek, of Norfolk, was to-day
registered at the Commercial Hotel.
Mr. James R. Taylor, a grandson of
the ex-president by that name, who Is
an inmate of the Soldiers' Home, in
Richmond. Is now visiting his nephew,
William Shands, Esq., of Conrtland.
Instruction in Music.
Professor Charles Horjes. organist of
Cumberland Street M. K. church, takes
pleasure in announcing to the public
of Norfolk and vicinity that he Is now
giving all his time to the teaching of
music, piano, violin, mandolin, and
flute, at his studio, T. M. C. A, building.
Terms and particulars can be learned
on application by letter or In person.
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I fiiclclii irvton iJnilcli no-.
SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, PENMANSHIP, ROOKKKI?PINO ftc. ftc.
taught in a thorough business manner, both sexes. Students admitted ' at any
time. This S:hool Is up to date, and gives as thorough a course of Instruction as
any similar school in the country.
"1 advise parents to have their hoys atal Klrli taught shorthand and tvpe
Wrlting. A shorthand writer who can typewrite Iiis notes would bo safer from
poverty than a great Greek scholar. '?C HA It I.ICH READE.
3 T" . VINCENT1
Open Daily, 8 A. M.-ia P. M.
Sunday, 6 P. M.
Hours Reserved for Ladles, FRIDAY, g A. M.-4 P. M
Aie promptly a'uiU'il by in? USD of Ci MPOCND BYitUP WHITE PINE AND
TAU. A remedy which combines iti the highest degree otHclency und palaiabi
lily. Prepared by LAWRENCE & HOL MKS. Druggists, 7(1 Main street, upposilo
St. James Hot.l. Pliune TMi. Goods delivered to all pans of the city.
.JACOBS & BRO,
Pawnbrokers,:i?s Churoli mro?i (foiirifnori
n.in. Quoonl aro tbe most liberal money ionil
trs of Norfolk on alt kinilM of |ieltonal property at u low rate ot InUrci . Ma'.'
wMuiontiitatlotis win t>? i>ionu<tiy mifniloJ ioi
Foi snuiday's HiaiKetinq. arid Every cay in Itie Week, ?sf (he Best.
CSTDo y?ti watil noun-1 hi 114 nice in the way of niarkottutt to-ilay.' Aula?
Smith field Ham. Fine Beef or Fine Groceries I
II n>, ne ?Uai uu la.iv.
CuhIi talks slid no sell lo?'. 6. .1. WillTKMOItST. Agout,
?. E. corner Church itiiil Charlotte streata.
HEADS OF F~AfV(! I_i EI3
Khonl.l reaifinbar that tboy oau get at all timoa tbe lt?8T BBBP, MUl'iU.N, BilOKlil)
and 1 ltl-SII MKAlti lit
J. mSTwTw vV?- CO.VS,
QUICKS ST11KKT MA Uli KT, CoUNKB CUUitCH AND Q?BBN STHEIO 1\S.
V&m DHL BROTHE RS^M?RKET, ffliOM QIHl RetQlflM S Mfl.ll ?"
?jciT-^?li Dealers In l-'oef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, Lambs, lloinc-nuido Sausage,
Wild Udme and Poultry, Fish, ? Fruit and Vegetables. Branch ?iure. 22C Cum?
berland liieret. Dealer in Choice Qrocerl es. Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. 'Phono
Hut WO may have SM< >OTI I.SOFT SKINS and fl.l3.vi:
COMPLEXIONS, which are In themselves the llrst
elements ol BEAUTY, and which make the plainest
DR. CAMPBELL'S SAFE ARSENIC
and FOULD'S ARSENIC SOAP
cause ihe skin to becoma SOFT. SMOOTH and VEL?
VETY, and the COM 1'LION ION Is made CLEARER
and WHITE It by the use of the above WORLD-FA
MeiFS REM BDI BS.
DR. CAMPltKLL'S SA EE ARSENIC WAFKItS ar.
n permanent heautiller. building up the wasted tissue:
unuerlytng the skin, lima preventing the formation ot
v \ i / WRINKLES, cleansing the pures thoroughly of their
\, \ I A secretions and all Impurities which llnd Pidgetncni in
^-^v' EVERY LADY, young or old. should use I hem.
FOULD'S ARSENIC SO A P Is u wonderful protection
the ravag--' of the wind, sun and weather.
S SAFE ARSENIC W A FERS and FOULD'S MEDICATED
the only real hcaiitlliors of the COMPLEXION, SKIN and
Form Thev are Hlmply wonderful for removing FRECKLES, BLACKHEADS,
PIMPLES VULGAR REDNESS, ROUGH, YELLOW or muddy skin. and. In
fact, ALL blemishes, Whether mi the FACE, NECK, ARMS or RODY. Wafers,
by mail. $1: six large boxes. $5. Soap, Wo. Address all mall orders to II. B.
P?ULD, ?H Birth nveune, New York.
FOR SALE BY JOHN W. BURROW._
DOM'T PASS A GOOD THINGY
There is no more complete assortment in this city than
our line of OVERCOATS, which are equal in tone, fit, etc., of
the products of 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.
to the skin from
157 MAIN STREET. SOUTH SIDE.
THE NOIIHM ? WM CO.,
Wholesale and retail dealers in
of all kinds. A fresh supply of all sizes
Just reel red at our yards.
ELEGANT SOFT COAL I
For grates and open fires us follows:
Splint . , . S8.00 per Ton
Thacker . . . $5.60 ?'
Russell Creek . SB.OO
Pocahontas Lump . $5.00 M
A full supply of the elcbrated
Pocahontas Steam Coal!
Always on hand.
The Nottingham & Wrenn Co.i
f.2 MAIN STREET. NORFOLK. VAi
NUT, FURNACE, ORATE, STOVE. Wen
I SPLINT (Heul smm iio itUBfBLU
CREEK. POCAHONTAS LUMP
TOM'S CREEK. QUALITY
mi [I on Kinds mlifli sensbned wood fv Siii
CEO, W. TAYLOR & CO.,
FULL OF COAL.
I F5 If 'Oil wunt ii whole t in of will?- -:g
^r- faction, loi ub aond "PR loh of'J,'ilU ?^
cS noQiidn oleau coal. ?5 for .Inns. ? ,
<^ ? a
= 06 WATER STKEI-: 1". ?
oi inieresi 10 KorioiK couniv TrucKars:
V. b liavc a large stock ol
F. F. Calcii)8il Plaster, Paris Emen
We aiso keep Iii stock u full line of
HIGH GRADE GUANi i
Batclielder & Collins,
CURES ALL SKIM
Physicians endorse P. P. P. ns a splen?
did combination, and prescribe it with
Ki-ent satisfaction for the cure of all
forms and Stages of Primary. Secondary
anil 'IVrliari Syphilis. Syphilitic Kl.eu
matiSih, Scrofulous fleers and Sores,
Glandular SwcIIIiiks, Rheumatism; Mala?
ria, Old Chronic Fleers thai have resist
FD "E* CURES
? ?E^? BLOOD POISON.
ed all treatment. Catarrh. Skin Diseases,
Eczema, Chronic Female Complaints,
Mercurial Poison, Tetter. Scald Head,
P.P.P. Is an powerful tonic.and an excel*
P. P. P.
lent appetizer, building up the system
Ladies whose systems arc poisoned and
whose blood in an Impure condition.
due to menstrual irregularities, nro pecu?
liarly benefited by the wonderful toniu
and blood cleansing properties of P. P.
P.. Prickly Ash, I'oke Root and Potas?
P. P. P
LiPPlRjlN bros.. Proprietors,
DF.D1G1STS, LIPPMAO BLOCK. SJIVBHN1H, GH
liook on Blood Diseases mailed freu.