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t?PLE YOU KNOW.
Hundreds or prominent peo
,'pie In your own city, not In Min?
nesota or Colorado,
' 'You can, therefore, afford to
try It. *
JtCE 25 CENTS.
|p';,: Worth $25
EYE^ EK?MinED FREE I
5;-is^l7QRAMBy STREETS ??
Burruss. Son & Co.,
pinmerclal and oiner business paper
counted. , .. ,
loans negotiated on favorable terms.
Ilty bonds aud other securities bought
S sold. '?
E3>eposlts received and accounts ln
Interest allowed on trme deposits.
Sate deposit boxes for rent. Charges
in?tleratc. "? , , , ,
i>I>raw bills of Exchange and make cable,
?transfers to Europe.
iXietters of credit Isued to principal cities
Srcace or Decrt-ase of Surplus of fol
ing Lifo Companies. 1S92 to 1S9I, from
lOHTHWESTKHN, (Increanol ..St.7Hl.79G
s*|OENIX. (Decrease) .C'J.SIS
jSHATTAN, (Decrease) .243.703
K--Humphreys & Son
Em. H. H. Trice & Co.,
leal Estate and Rental Agents,
29 BANK STREET.
P- O R RENT.
I?E-3IDENCES?2 Houses Colonial nvc
lie&lS ? Charlotte street; Ho Bermuda.
J-BUte, Jan. 1st; lf.H Unke 503 and f.ll
hi?rch, 100V4 Bute. 2t? Duke, l.'.U Housh,
Ji'DllUe, 7? Mariner, 2Z> Fenchurcb, 107
guit,: :&5 Queen, i'j and 97 Yarmouth, 55
ferrnvula st; eel.
p-frATS-H:: and 121 Bank street. 1?S
iurch street, UK) James tlreet.
5TORES-77 Hank. ill. fd Commerce, 20(1
Htn.V'Street, CG Water stret. Two deslra
Se-Stores In'Bank street, 3U Cluireh. 2.'7
lfttoi'Street, 2\\ Main street.
tJl?FICES-S7 Main, 1G9, 117',-, 200 Main.
"feral' deslr-j.ble roems, 1S0 Main street.
L?MBL.ETON?131 Mullby, 103 I.ovltt
??jB&Y'?!? Besesvolr. 424 Highland. IL'i,
.jlotighby, 70-Kelly avenue. 210 Bark.
p7,!'BC-Inch CIRCULAR SAWS, set
^sharpened, J2S each.
T^S-lnch CIRCULAR SAWS, set and
petted, $12 each.
|e' Porter-McNeal Comp'y,
sjA.w rviii_u SU PPLIES.
" '137 WATER STREET.
O. H. D?WES,
Wholesale Dealer In
JlS MD PRODUCE,
^^>|IO WATER STREET.
?pTER Bl CO.,
tSBB&i'i -DEALERS IN
Mroad, Steamboat and
f Mill Supplies.
TO? West Market Square,
, Norfolk. Va.
BE IN TiriE ! $
Kagg' . ? _ a
f\fe?!d Filled Walch, Elgin \
Mbverrient, SIO; Six Sterling f
,Pj$n'?.ns for S4.60. Q
#|WIRT & PAUL, $
l^welers, - - 210 Main St. ^
Ig?tJcCarlby. Justin McCarthy,
i wiaiis ifl B?ltes,
r><>;> COI.UJJBIA i'.riMusu
itprs for the United States Gov
irJ>ry Dock, l'ort Royal, S. C;
NHoloting Engines for Hire.
r FREEAHN, Dentist.
Oppo. Art League.
Wo Bar Nobody.
thdsomest Jewelry store' and
je of goods In Norfolk.
HAPMAN & JAKEMAN.
tft. Rareutn Thin Weeli.
it!s, 1W Main street. See 3un
?A?titheninniM. All Nlindcs.
^bouquets, funeral design*
"">GOOD. SS Oranby strset. I
The Virginia State Convention Closed Its
Second Annual Session Yesterday.
THE FULL LIST OF OFFICERS ELECTED.
Mr. Coidwell Ilnrdy, of Norfolk, tho
\ou President? Matters Discussed
by tbe Members?Want the "?>uj m
ot ?raco*' Abolished? Other Kotes
of the session.
The several days' session of the Vir?
ginia Bunkers' Association ivan begun
in the Y. M. C. A. Hall yesterday morn- 1
lug at 10:30 o'clock, with President
Trout In the chair.
The Committee on Nominating officers
for the next year made their report, as
follows: President. Caldwell Hardy, of
Norfolk; Secretary and Treasurer, Sam?
uel O. Wallace, of Richmond; Vlce
Presldents. First, R. W. Burke, of
Staunton; Second, T. F. Stearns, of Lyn
chburg; Third, M. S. Quarrels, of Rich?
mond; Fourth, H. M. TJarnall, of Roun
oke; Fifth, H. L>. Schmelz, of Hampton:
Sixth. W. H. Lambert, of Alexandria;
Seventh. P. V. D. Conway, of Fredcr
Icksburg; Eighth. Charles I. Wade, of
ChrlBtlnnsburg; Ninth. Wm. M. Hill, of
Executive Committee: Judge Oeorge
L. Christian, Richmond; B. W. Leigh.
Norfolk, and H. S. Trout, Ronnoke. all
for three years'; C. D. Flshburne. Char
lottcsvllle. G. W. Moore. Lynchburg,
and W. H. Jones, Suffolk, all for two
years; R. H. Smith. Hlchiuoud. If. D.
Fuller, Winchester, and W. F. Nichol?
son, Pulnskl, all for one year.
Committee on Bunking and Juris?
prudence: A. L. Bnulware. Richmond;
L. R. Watts. Portsmouth; J. M. While.
Chnrlottesvllle: Alex. Hamilton. Fetors
burg; A. A. Phlegar, Christiansburg;
W. A. Glasgow. Ronnoke; George
Schmelz. Newport News; J. A. Taylor.
Frederlcksburg, and John S. F.llett.
Committee on Finance: W. M. Hill.
Richmond: J. C. Davenport. Roanoke;
and IT. A. Williams. Richmond.
A special committee made a report re?
commending that "days of grace" bo
abolished, which was referred to the
Judiciary Committee with Instructions
tp prepare a. bill and urge Its passage
before the Legislature.
Col. Branch, of Richmond, Secretary
of tho American Rankers' Association,
delivered an address, In which he dwell
upon the encroachments by the express
companies In the Held of banking.
Mr. Dhrnall, of Roanoke, submitted h
bill In reference to the tax on banks
It asks relief from what Is now claimed
to lie double taxation on banks, etc.
Referred to the Judlclarv Committee
with Instructions to urge tho passage of
such a bill.
Mr. Davenport, of Roanoke. moved
that the Vice-Presidents of the Asso?
ciation he authorized to attend the
meetings of the Executive Committee,
and when attending have a vote in
Mr. if. S. Trout, of Roanoke, was
elected ns the delegate to ihe American
Rankers' Association, which meets next
Mr. Stearns, of Lynchburp. made a
brief address, urging more Interest In
the State Association.
Thanks were extended the ? blinkers
of Newport News, the Chesapeake and
Ohio Railroad and the bankers of Nor?
folk for courtesies.
Mr. Darno.ll. of Roanoke, nferod a
resolution urging the batiks of Virginia
to appoint one or m<v i of their oWcers
annually to attend the meeting of the
Virginia nern 'nks Association, the
hanks to boar the expense of their dele?
Mr. Schmelz, of Newport New?, move1
that the Committee on Saturday Hni'
Hol'lay he directed to prepare a. bill
oh the pubjeot a"(l urge the Legislature
to pass it Carried.
Mr. fnirtwcll Hardv. the President?
elect, addressed the Association, thankr
<?..-. rnpivdwrq for the compliment
paid him by his election.
At noon the Convention ndlour^ed to
nieot nr-vt year at place to be selected
by the Executive Committee.
To Ntnrt n Now Mill.
Messrs. John T. McNalr and W. TI.
Wlllard, Jr., who came hove from
Chernw. S. C In search of a site for n
new cotton mill, have arranged to take
tho Domestic mill In Norfolk county,
and convert It to suit their purpose.
They will nut In machinery to manu?
facture children's ribbed hosiery and I
expect to begin operations bv January I
Mr. Wesley J. Tucker, an ex-pollce
man, died very BUddenlv at his home.
No. 196 Chapel street, Thursday night;
aged 4!> years. Coroner Charters was
notified, but deemed an inquest un?
necessary. He loaves a wife and seve?
ral children. His funeral will take
place from his Into residence this morn?
ing at 10:30 o'clock.
William Lamb & Co., agents for
Castner & Curran. report the following
shipments of coal for the week ending
Thursday: Foreign, 4.G?8,.4 tons; coast?
wise. 31.30SV6 tons; total for the week.
3?.077 tons. The total shipments since
January 1st. line reached 1,490,137V4
Xnins Minim-) .
Not being satisfied with two colors.
Munsey for December, the Christmas
number comes to hand with twelve
pages of colored pictures all beautiful
done, it is certainly a century wonder
for 10 cents nt Nusbaum'?.
Our Competitor* Wonder.
how we can with the heavy advance
In leather continue to sell Our Pattern
Shoe for $2: but we were forewarned
and contracted for them before the
advance came. Hence we can and 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, farmeis, and all kinds
of mechanics. Come and see the laced
ONE-PRTCE SHOE STORE,
t6 Bank street, opposite Courthouse.
Urs. Hnrmon A Fire v.
' Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Consul?
tation Jree. 18C Muln street, Norfolk.
All glasses fitted by Dr. WECK guar?
anteed by F. H. GALE. 152 Main St.
Children Cry for.
ELKS' LODGE OF SORROW.
To Bo Hold Su Memory or the Bond
At the Academy of Music to-morrow
afternoon at 3 o'clbck Norfolk Lodge.
No..88. B. P. O. E., will hdld Its annual
Lodge of Sorrow. The programme at
these events Is very Interesting, and
the exercises to-morrow will bo In
memory of the following deceased
members of the Norfolk Lodge: B. F.
Johnson. M. P. Waller, M. Mclntyre,
G. Harry Sale, Frank A. Roth, S. Chris?
tian, K. T. Hulsteud, W. H. Shepherd,
W. T. Splllers, L. Lowenthal. C. Ir?
win, L. J. Fisher, A. V. Slurgls, J. N.
?Croft, Frank Morris, George H, An?
drews, C. Walter Butt. J. F. Trude
wind. Holt W. Page, Harry W. Belote,
W. F. Fallon, Frank O'Connor. R. A.
RutlvU. R. Turner, J. T. Tynan, K. W.
Smith, A. B. Grant, B. Green, Charles
Hntfleld. B. A. Johnson.
I The order of exercises, which has been
arranged by a committee consltlng of
Messrs. W. W. Dey (chairman). A. F.
Kocrner, John P. Kevlll. J. W. Martin.
Jr., John W. Cherry. A. Stahl, and H.
D. OIK'er, and will be as follows:
Sanctus from St. Cecilia, Mass, Gou?
Prayer? By Bev. A. S; Lloyd.
Beading Death Boll?By Brother A.
Solo und chorus?"Hear My Prayer,"
Mendelssohn?Solo, Chorus und Orches?
Opening Ode. Air?"Auld Lang Sync."
Prayer?By Rev. M. B. Wbarton, D.
Solo?"My Own Immanuel." A. F.
Kocrner?Mr. W. D, Crowell.
"The King of Love." H. R. Shelly
Solo. Chorus und Orchestra.
Memorial address by P. G. 13. R. Ed?
win It. liny. Charity?"And the Great?
est of Those."
Solo?"My God and Father While I
Stray." Marslon. Mrs. J. P. Kevlll.
Trio?"Angel's Serenade," Concone.
Solo and Chorus?"Abide With Me."
Closing prayer and benediction?Rev.
E. B. McCluer.
The soloists are: Mrs. J. P. Kevlll.
Miss M. K. Ewell. Miss B. L. Williams.
Miss L. M. Edmunds, and Mr. W. D.
Crowell. while Iho accompanist will be
Professor A. F. Kocrner.
THE DISTRICT STEWARDS.
or Ute Nor Fei li District Huld u Busi?
ness M eel I hi;.
The district stewards of the Metho?
dist Church held u meeting at Cumber?
land-Street M. E. church yesterday
morning, with Hoy. J. Powell Garland,
presiding elder. In the chair. Dr. llul
slead wus elected secretary.
Those present were IS. J. Whltchurst,
representing CUmberland-Struel; \V\ W.
Vicar. Queen-Street: J. W. Grnndy, Cen?
tenary Church; M. C. Keeling, Chestnut
Street; Dr. G. N. Ilnlslead, Liberty
Street; 11. C. Williams. Trinity; R. T.
Webster. H?ntelsville; ,T. W. Bacchus,
I.eKlcs Memorial; V. L. Bacchus, l.nin
burl's Point; W. 13. Diddle, Kbcnozer,
and Lynnhavcn; W. A. McWhorler,
Bast Norfolk: A. B. Kcltnm, Princess
Anno; John A. Shlpp, South Princess
Anno: J. T. West. South Norfolk; A. J.
Newton. Oaklette and Ollmertdn.
The salary of the presiding elder was
fixed at $l?suu for the coming year, up
portioned as follows:
Cumberland-Street, $270; Epworth,
J37fi; Queen-Street, Ill"; Centenary. $138:
MelCendree, $116; I.eKies Memorial, Jf.S;
Htintcrsvllle, SU; Trinity, $?2; chestnut
street, til": Liberty-Street. $37; T,nm
bert's Point. $12; Oaklott and Gil in er ton,
?20; Rast Norfolk. f!>5: Ebenozer and
Lynnhavcn, $:12: Princess Anno. $!ifj;
South Princess Anne, $122: South Nor?
The Conference, collections were ns
??'?ssoii ngnlnsl the various churches in
the same proportion.
Clear weather In the cotton belt.
Liverpool market declined i-;i2d. on
spot cotton. Future contracts closed
very steady, partially 1-64 advance.
New York future contract market de?
clined 1(1 points, closing steady. Sales.
I67.r>0?; January, 8.39(rs.40; March. 8.49(9
S.SO: Miiy. S.r,7ijf8.58.
Now Orleans future contract market
declined MiS points. Sales 46,200.
i Bocelpts at New Orleans are ostl
matod lit from 13,000 to in.000 hales,
against 7,20;" bales last year, and 1-1,900
Receipts nt United States ports for
the past week were 194.2?S bales, against
S59.jj?7 bales last year and 297.9S2 bales
In ISliI!. .
Y. St. C. A. Notes.
Bev. W. .1. Young, the pastor of Bp
worth M. K. Church. South, will make
an address to men nt the 4-o'clock ser?
vice to-morrow. Every man In the city
should take this opportunity of hearing
Mr. Young. There will be an openlni:
song service, orchestral music, and a
The Boys' Gospel Army will meet nt
2:30 p. m. Every member should be
present on lime as the door will ho
closed at 2:45. after which no admis?
sions will bo allowed.
Junior Bible Class will meet this morn?
ing at *.i o'clock. Members who are pres?
ent on time will receive an "fin Time
Card." which will entitle him to certain
privileges mentioned thereon.
A Youthful Couple.
Possibly the most youthful couple
that have ever been grnnted a mar?
riage license In Norfolk "re William
Webb, a youth of 19, whose occupation
is that of a carriage maker, ami whose
home Is nt Chester. Ph.. and Miss Sadie
Ann Virginia Meads, aged If,, it dnughtci
i>f John and Sariih Meads, of Norfolk.
The ceremony Is to occur next Monday.
In Norfolk, and the bride has the con?
sent of her pnrents, who appeared In
person when the license was granted
at the Clerk's ofltce.
A Child Enjoys
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, the most
gratifying results follow Its use. so that
it Is the best family remedy known,
i and every family should have a bottle
Instruction in Music. *
Professor Charles Bo.-jes, organist of
Cumberland Street M. E. church, takes
pleasure In announcing to tlw.- public
of Norfolk and vicinity that he Is now
giving all his lime to the teaching of
music, piano, violin, mandolin, 'and
flute, at his studio. Y. M. C. A., building.
Terms and particulars can be learned
on application by letter or In person.
THE MINISTERS ARRIVE
All of the New Methodist Pastors Are Now
at Their New Homes.
DR. YOUNG ARRIVED HERE LAST NIGHT.
Slct nl tbe Whnrr und Escorted to III*
Future Home on York Street by it
Committee? Itev. Sir. Atwill Also
Arrives?All to French nt Their
Rev. XV. J. Young. D. D.. tbe new
pastor ut Granby Street M. E. Church,
arrived In the city last night, and was
met by a committee from the Hoafd of
Stewurds und escorted to hlu ruture
home at U'9 York street. The Doctor
was accomplished by Ids wife, and
Child. When they arrived at the York
street bouse they found a number of
ladles In charge who had prepared
an elegant supper.
I Itev. Dr. A. Coke Smith, whom Dr.
Young succeeds, left for his new charge
In Lynchburg yesterday morning In
a special car, whiuh had b?en tendered
him. On Thursday night the Doctor
anil his wife had a large number of
callers and were the recipients of many
presents given as tokens of remem?
brance by members of his congrega?
Itev. \V. H. A twill, who succeeds Dr.
Tudor at Cumberland Street Church,
arrived last night by the Norfolk and
Western railroad and will preach Sun?
day, lie is stopping temporarily with
Mr. C. S. Allmau on East Main street,
but will bring his family from Lyne.h
burg In a few days and occupy the par?
sonage oh Charlotte street.
Rev. J. W. Moore, the new pastor of
Queen Street Church, arrived In the
city Thursday night with his family,
and were met by a committee and es?
corted to the parsonage.
All of the ministers will occupy their
THE CITY IN BRIEF.
Many .Hatten* of .Minor Importance
A heavy fog settled over the city last
The rivlvol services at the Freemason
Street Church of Christ closed last
Application has been made for a char?
ter for a new Pythian lodge at Fast
The tug Mollie yesterday pumped the
water out of the schooner Sally and
Illicit, sunk some time ago.
iMuJ. C. Picket! has placed on Chief
Ryan's wagon a llolloway chemical lire
extinguisher, to be used ut small (Ires.
The messengers boys of the Western
Union Telegraph Company have pro?
vided themselves with neut and at?
At Queen-Street Church. South, to?
morrow there will be preaching at 11
a. m. ami at 7:30 p. m. by the pastor,
Rev. J. W. Moore.
A sale of home made candy, for the
benellt of the Young People's Society
of the Second Presbyterian Church, will
be held at !>C Gran try street to-day.
The Young People's Society of the
Second Presbyterian Church will hold a
candy .and flower sale at No. ?G dauby
street, beginning at 10 o'clock this morn?
The Literary Department of the Ep
worth League connected with Cente?
nary M. K. Church lendered n recep?
tion lo Rev. E. H. Rawllngs and his
wife Thursday night.
At the First Presbyterian Church to?
morrow Rev. Dr. J. R. Howextoh, pas?
tor, will preach at U d. m. and 7::to p.
in. Sunday school at H:o0 a. m.J Young
People's meeting at 6:76 p. in.
New buoy hooks for the Fifth Light
bouse District have been received and
are ready for distribution at the Hydro
graphic office, Custom-house, Norfolk.
At the Second Presbyterian Church,
Rev. W. S Lacy, D. D.. pastor, will
conduct services to-morrow at 11 a. in.
and 7:;i0 p. m. Sunday school at ?:^0
a. m.i Young People's prayer meeting
at 7 p. m.
One of the old horse cars, with a
stage erected on top. attracts a great
deal of attention as It passed along
Main street about 11 o'clock last night.
Tho remains of the late \Vm. Mor?
ris, who died at Louisville, Ky? oh
Wednesd y. arrived lu re via the Chesa?
peake and Ohio railway last night.
now coming forward daily. Lots of
new and desirable goods for the Holt
days, and Urldal Presents In gold and
silver, and presclutis stones, also brass,
glass, china, und other wares. You will
save money by making your purchases
at home and al The Casket. Help
your city and yourselves by spending
your money at home, where you make
It. It is your direct interest to do so.
Greenwood & Brother can supply
every want In their line. Call there.
The finest line of BHo-n-Brac antl
Cut Class in the city lind without
CHAPMAN & JAKEMAN.
we: vi iii:ic KBPoira'.
ForcCDII [<ir. ? 0-d?v.
Washington. Nov. 29. 1S95.
Forecast: Virginia and
North C a.r o 11 n a?Generally
fair; westerly winds.
The barometer has fallen In
the Atlantic coast districts and In the
'Northwest; It has risen from the upper
Lake Region, southward to Texas. The
pressure continues lowest on the North
Pacific coast;y It Is low over eastern
Montana and highest to the north of
It Is warmer In the Southern, Middle
and New England States and over 'the
Dakotas, but'It Is colder In the upper
Lake Region, the upper Mississippi and
lower Missouri Valleys..
Light showers are reported Pom the
Ohio Valley and the Lake regions, and
the weather Is generally fair In all
other districts. *
The weather will continue fair In the
Southern States and generally through?
out the Mississippi and Missouri valleys.
Sun rises, 7 a. m.; sun sets, 4:47 p. m.
High water, 7:17 a. ml and 7:31 p. m.
Low water, 1:08 a. m. and 2:03 p. m.
Slelerolosrlcnl Data. .
U. S. Department of Afrrlnulture,
Wettther Hureau, Norfolk, Nov. 29.
Local mcterologlcal data for the 21
hours ending 8 p. in. last night:
Moxlmum temperature . 52
Minimum temperature . 44
Normal temperalure deduced from
24 years' observation . 48
Departure from normal . 0
Departure since January 1st. 175
Rainfall for 24 hours . 0
Rainfall since first of mdhth.3.41
J. J. GRAY. Observer.
I'rcns < lull Entertainment.
Not within the memory of the oldest
Inhabitant have the mcinbcr9 of the
press In this city ever appealed to the
public for substantial aid or recogni?
tion for their ever vigilant, energetic
and arduous efforts to supply them, day
In and day out, year In and year out.
with the freshest, latest and brightest
intelligence In all that goes to make up
u fin de sleele newspaper, and which
their intelligent readers expect to Und
In gazing over their favorite journal
dally. To the merchant, the physician,
the lawyer, the mechanic, the public
oMIdal and to the business and so?
cial world in general the newspaper
men have bee"n and are at all times, of
Inestimable service. It Is not often that
the members of the Fourth Estate
emerge from the obscurity of the Imper?
sonality which hides their Individuality
In the columns of their Journals and now
that they, for the first time, emerge
therefrom and appear as petitioners for
public consideration and patronage It
Is to be hoped that a generous support
will be accorded them at their ap?
proaching entertainment at the Aca?
demy of Music on December 4lh.
A programme, the like of which has
seldom been equalled In this city, will
he presented, the musical portion ther?
of being such as to Include every singer
of real note In this locality and the
full string orchestra of the Naval Post
Kami, while the dramntlc presenta?
tion of "Esmeralda" will be In the hands
of our cleverest amateur Thesplnns.
It Is not loo much to expect that the
public will endeavor, by an abnormally
large attendance, evidence their appre?
ciation of the faithful work of the
i in Cnrnlvnl of Trade.
The Jackson Light Infantry, under
command of Capt. Mullens, gave an ex?
hibition drill last night In the presence
of a large 'number of people. The
young ladles were to have their flap
drill, but death in the family of three
of them prevented It.
To-night the Carnival will not open,
but sonic special attraction will be on
hand Monday night.
TUCUER-Suildeiily. In thlft city, nt Ids
residence. No. l'.'b Chapel street. Thurs?
day, November 2Sth, IS95, at 9 o'clock
p. in.. WESLEY I. TUCKER, aged 41
The funeral will take place from nbove
residence THIS (Saturday) MORNING at
10:30 O'clock. Fi lends of the family are
Invited to au? nci.
THE OTER MARBLE WORKS,
in, 113 and 115 Bank St.,
KOHFOI.K, - - . VinOINIA.
Largo Stock of i-'iiiisbcd
MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONtS.
?A-lteudy lor IMMKPlATKUHUVUllV
Tust received i
New RalSlns, Now Citron. New
Cleaned Currants, New Cleaned
Bulletin Raisins, all of the very
best uqalltv, and prices low. Also
ISO pounds very oholee Smlthflcld
S.iusa;;e? Hist of the season.
J. R. BRIGGS,
No. 1 Commercial Place, Old
-WE SELL THE- I
Genuine Fibre Chamois j
and recommend it as the most satisfactory interlining in the
market. It is endorsed by the best dress-makers and i
ladies' tailors ail over the world. j
Ho, 10.?Light?For Silk Waist and Light Dress Goods,
Ho. 20.?Medium?For Cloth Sleeves and Light Skirts,
No. 30?Hea y?For Skill; an j Capes, Cloaks, Eh \
ISTTo be GENUINE every article must be stamped FIBRE
CHAMOIS. Imitations do not give satistaction, therefore we
do not handle them. Only good linings at right prices has
built up our immense trade in this Special Department.
PETER SMITH & CO.
TO BE NEATU' DRESSED.
?<HX>?X>?4>???<j? There's a style
and grace about
THE HUB'S attire
for "LITTE PEO?
PLE," that always
catches the fancy
and pleases the dis?
of parents, espe?
cially mothers. The
reason for -this is
ff-IT I ? ?hat our JUVENILE
jr^FT ? OUTFITS are cor
I g/ U ?) x rectiy designed and
> \* X made in all the pre
?^????????HXlV vailing fashionable
effects. There's no doubt about it,
THE HUB is headquarters for Chil?
dren's Clothing and "WEE PEO?
"THE HUB" Is muking a specialty of
CHILDREN'S CARE OVERCOATS.
REEFERS and ULSTERS this season,
j Judging from the present lively demands
for these garments, the people are wide
I awake to the fact that our styles and
prices are Just light.
True they are NOT all wool,
lull a mighty good and sei
. vlceahle coat for 'he n.< ney.
10 UV Would cost you 12.80 at
other stnrcs. Sizes 4 to 12 year?.
CAPE OVERCOATS in
flight and medium siindcs.cul
) full length wi'h deep i-upe.
variety of pattern*. Some
all wool. Not a coat In this assortment
I Is worth less than SS.J'J.
ALL WOOL CAPE OVER?
COATS In Navy Blue and
._-Other shades. Sizes 4 to 12.
? TT V The sinn Her sizes are trim?
med. You couldn't duplicate them else?
where for less than $4.75.
Handsomely made and fine?
ly trimmed Cape Over?
coats in Tweeds; Uannock
tUw hums and stylish French
WcaVings in hroken plaids, stripes, etc.
The equal of any J7.G0 Overcoat sold else?
I Blue Chinchilla REEFER
I COATS. Sizes 3 to S. mad"
rlth Sailor Collars,anil sizes
to 14.made with Velvet Col?
lars. These Reefer Coats are bound with
braid and lined with Manuel and ha VI
brass buttons. They charge you $1 for
them at other stores.
For guaranteed ALL W?OI;
BLUB CHINCHILLA REE?
FER COATS. Just as II...
1 u t*? W and as stylish us you'll tlml
elsewhere for $5. Sizes run from 4 to M.
Every detail of make, trimming and llnlsh
Por line Sill:. Astrachan.
Middlesex, Chinchilla an.l
. Boucle Cloth Reefer Coats.
IflWU We have them in Navy Blue,
Black and Fancy French Mixtures. The
t.'oats arc hound with genuine Herculean
llridd mid have large smoked pearl hut
tons. The price at other stores would be
Not all wool, hut made of
durable, long wearing mu
tcrbils. Sizes run from G la
14. 'i hey're worth $3.70.
Por Nobby Ulsters In grey,
brown and blue Chinchilla,
full length, down to the heel
tops, Worth all of $5.
Superb Ulsters in Irish
Friese, Middlesex Chinchil?
las, etc., handsomely trim?
med and finished. Sizes from
Cost yen J7.T.9 elsewhere.
STRICTLY ONE-PRICE ALWAYS.
MONEY REFUNDED ON DEMAND.
Open Evenings until 9, Saturdays, u.
PRESENTS FOR THE CHILDREN.
HeidquarUrs for Little Folks' Attire.
207 and 209 Main St.
Lecture by Miss stephanie sc II IS
AnO, at Plckett-Bi'.chanoh Camp Hall,
Academy Building, on .Monday EVEN?
ING. December 2nd. at s o'clock.
AM USE WIE NTS.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
i??go? DECEMBER 2d.
GORDON'S FAMOUS NEW ORLEANS
Under the dliecllon of Charles II. Lar
kln. MaBnlltccnt First Purt..Gold Band
Sol? Orchestra.! Se.uts on tsalo Saturday.
Prices?25, 50. 75o. and Jl. _no29-8t
I GOOD GAPES FROM $1.50 10 55.
PLUSH CAFES FROM $5 TO $15.
FUR CAPES, long and short at as?
tonishingly low prices.
LADIES' JACKETS, In plain and rip?
ple back, with Inlaid peurl buttons, J4 to
il5 a piece.
KID GLOVES?A full assortment In
colors and black?four button and five
hook lengths, from 75c. to $1.25 a pair.
DRESS GOODS. In plaid, colors and
I black, all at populor prices, at
The Norfolk Cloakere
_190 MAIN STREET. ^
FUR CMS AID BOWS!
CLOSE THEM OUT CHEAP.
(New and Stylish.)
Walter J. Simmons & Co*
THE. POPULAR HATTERS.
PALL HATS?ALL STYLES.
Ladies' White, Blue and
Pink Satin Sandals,
Patent Leather Oxfords.
US MAIN STREET.
T. F. ROGERS,"
Stoios on Roanoke square. Church,
.Main and Bank streets.
Dellings on Church, Bute, Boush,
Brewer, Hank. Mariner, Main, Charlotte,
chapel, Cumberland, Freemason, York,
Falkland and Yarmouth streets, and a
new dwelling in Ghent.
Choice lots in Client on easy terms.
Two stores on Main street.
Stores :i7 and Water street.
Stores L't 'J. "i ."> and 17" church street.
Stores a:> and :7 Commerce street.
Store No, 15 Pank streit.
Stores f.l and .v.! Rcanoke avenue.
Ofllces on Bank, Gronby and Com?
Dwellings 'J7 ahd lor.. Bute street.
Dwellings 1C7 and 171 York street (ex?
Dwelling 10 Cumberland street.
A free: exhibition.
TO-NIGHT at 7:C0 p. in., a free out
door exblbiti'.n of line STEREOPT1 CAN
VIEWS win lie given on corner of Main
and Church streets. This entertainment
rllcits great applausi everywhere, and
thohsahiH of people Hock thither to wit?
ness It. Don't fall to see It. uo3J-lt
Y?B DON'T KjiOW WfifiT WE REE?
Until you come and sec.
J. B. Armstrong & Co.,
Have tie- newest, best and cheapest
HARDWARE, CUTLERY and HOUSE
In the market. Call this week and buy
Meat Cutter, Sausage Stuffcrs
and such other goods as every horse
J. B. ARMSTRONG & CO..
No. 5 Commercial Place, third door from
PRISES GOOD FOR ONE KHK FROM DATE.
The P. G.Co'8 Royal Brand Flour, 2411>.
hag, 55c.: the P. G. Co'S Holden Crown
Flour, 2-t-lbs.. 60c: Tcdd's Old Smith
Held Hams, per pound, 25c.: Water
Ground Corn Meal, per peck, 15c.; Jones'
Pine Refined Lard, pounds, 23c.: Su?
perb N. Y. Slate Cooking Butler, per lb.,
ISe.; Fancy N. Y. Stale Butter, per lb..
:'tc: Finest Elgin Creamery, per pound,
2V ; v urn nt ami Qililtce Jelly, per lb..
Re.; Dried Apples, per ii>.. 7c: Quince ami
Peach Preserves, per lb? 914c.: Large
Medium Oysters, per quart, :!.r.e.:
barge Reifet Ov->t?r?, per ?lunrt. !0c.;
Fane* OyBters on half shell, per dozen,
:.0c ? Queen Cllivis, per quart, 2Sc: Rue's
Superb i.u.-a OH, per quart hot tie. 65c.;
Fancv Bon Brin Candles, ?er lb. box,
13c; Fan-y Bon Bon Candles, per V.Jb.
43 MARKET PLACE.
We Sell Crescent
Bicycles for $50
And teach all purchasers to ride them free of
charge. We have them in juvenile sizes, too,
for boys and girls for $40. What will be more
appreciated for an Xmas present ?
If you can't sp.ire the cash we can make
the terms to suit you ?
87 Main St.
V.c have rec.ivc.l a sample of '"6 "RAMBLER." It's a
beauty. Drop In an? look at it.