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THE NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE FIVE AND SIX.
LOST. LOST-TI IURSDAY A FTDJRNOON, either on Bank or Freemason streets, tho Gold-Rim of a Pocket-Book, marked "C. W. G." Liberal reward'If re? turned to 476 Freemason street. It* WANTED. WANTED ? BY RESPECTABLE whit? person, a placo t'o do house work or take care of children or Invalid. "R. H. B-," this office. apl5-3t ANTED?A - RELIABLE W?M?5 to cook and do house-cleaning for small family. Apply promptly, 305 I^vitt avenue;' Hramhicfon. api?-3t OUNG MAN, SEVERAL YEARS AS clerk wants position: best of refer? ences with Cash bond If necessary. Ad? dress BUSINESS, this office. apl4-3t* ?TfTB?.-? A YOU KG LADY DE slres :l position as stenographer and typewriter; can glvo good references. Address MISS C, 151 Falkland street. apl3-3t _ YOUNG MAN WITH 5 YEARS' experience desires position in cloth? ing and gents' furnishing store or any clorleal work: have some experience In shorthand and typewriting: best of refer? ences furnished. Address M. B., this of? fice apl3-3t FOR SALE. Desirably located, for ealo at bargain prices and on tho moat Aavorble terms. MONEY TO LOAN?In any amount, and on easy Installment payments. D. J. TURNER & CO., apll-lw 70 Plume street. 171 OR SALE?FINE TRUCK OR STOCK Ij Farm; four miles from Elizabeth City: 400 acres: very easy terms. Ad? dress, 'FARM, Jxtck Box 244 Elizabeth City, N. C._apl5-lvr? EJSTDENCB FOR SALE. ? BUTE street Residence, brick, with metal roof: 8 rooms; all modern conveniences; (hot and cold water; slato mantels und Latrobo heaters; very easy terms. P. O. box 125. upl6-2w* OR SALE. ? MT BUSINESS PAYS 1250.00 not" per month; will sell half Interest to tho right party for $1.600 cash. Address quick; E. V, O., care Vlrglnlan Pllot._ag!4-3f FOR SALE?KNABE PIANO, J1651??"; beautifully carved rosewood case; as rood as new; tone and action veTy fino. BTEIFF WARDROOMS, MonticeJlo Ho? tel, Granby street. OR SALE?KNABE AND OAEHLE Piano, $50. This is a bargain. Call at once-. BTEIFF WARDROOMS. Gran? by street, Monticcllo Hotol. OR ??Lii^MXsON & HAMUN ORGAN, $16.50. This is a bargain. In rood cond'Uon- Will sell to make room for new stock*, BTEIFF WABJ2BOOA13, MOntlcello Hotel, Granby street. OR SALE?PIANO, $175. SLIGHTLY used Upright Piano, 3 pedals, rose? wood case, triple strung, tone very good; splendid action. Call and seo this piano bargain before buying. BTEIFF WARD? ROOMS. Monticcllo, Granby street. OR SALE. ? THE BANK SALOON, No 14 Bank street. For particulars and terms apply to LOYALL & TAYLOR, "28 Bonk street. fclS-tf SPECIAL NOTICES. Imperium in Imperio. A novel, by Button E. Grlggs, of Berk? ley. Va. A sociological study of the Negro race plofilem by one of that race, Interestingly written and Instructive. Bold at all bookstores. $1 clothbound. mhl9-lm_ tfr?<,>er r\f\f\ TO LEND ON THE <b?*y*\JKt\J Building and Loan Ansoclatlon plan. W. H. 8ARGEANT, Jr., Room 34 Lowenbcrg Bldg._apl2-lm MADAM ELRADO THE CBLEBRA* tcd Palmist, will read the lines of your hand for twenty-five cents. Don't tall to see her. 350 Main street, apll-lw* OCTORS. HEADERS, OSTEOPATHS or other Specialists, skillful gradu? ated homo. Box 190, Chicago. ap4-lm ADAM SN ELL NEWMAN THE Renowned Clairvoyant and Business Medium, can bo consulted at her parlors on all life matters; her tests are wonder? ful. 343 CHURCH STREET, opposite Freemason. mh30-tf X ADIES NEEDING TREATMENT 1 J for Irregularities, Leucorrhoea or any other Ovarian Troubles consult dr. JACKSON, 112 W. Mulberry street, Bal? timore, Ma. Private sanitarium; trained nurses. ADieb' Hair goods. ? mmb: -i GATES Invites ladles to inspect her largo stock of Braids. Bangs, Front Pieces and Pompadour Puffs &c., all the latest fashions from New York, London and Paris, which she Is selling at greatly reduced prices for the next 10 days. Re? liable hair work of every description. New Hair Dressing Parlors. 36S Main street, over 10-cent store, Norfolk, jmll-lw*_ _ HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FO.t all kinds of Household Goods, Office Furniture a specialty. Entire stocks bought. Address d. NOTES & CO.. 95 Commercial Place. apll-lm ATTORNEYS, ATTENTION 1 The SEABOARD FIRE INSURANCE CO. represents the AMERICAN BOND? ING AND TRUST co.. of Raltlmore. Court bonds issued promptly. Phones 253 Office 211 Main. mblO-eod MONEY TO IOAN IN ANY ?*J * nmounts; no dolav easiest terms. leo JUDSON. Academy of Music UuPdlng. marl-tf MONEY ri2ady7"^l^"~VVAtTIN'?" QUICK LOANS ON HOUSHOLD FURNITURE. WHILE IN USE Mort? gages and other secnrlt'es; liberal ad vances on salaries, rents, annuities, es? tates and permanent Incomes Interviews strictly private, and alt transactions rig Idly confidential. NORFOLK MORT? GAGE AND LOAN CO.. W. H. Hof helmer. new No. 358 Main street Moritz Office Building, suite 6 and 6. J Nlncks Rutl RoimIs. MOTTU. do WITT & CO., 31 Granby sr. Stocks and bqnds. Southern Investments Correspondence solicited. 1AD1KHI Chlchester's English Pennyroyal Pill? epttstood srorfk uro tho liest. b?fV/n*H5 T?kf no oth.r. Stil* fc., ?Uuip?, f-r pUticclui ?? SS\.t Cblcheaier Chemical Co.. PMltaU., pi. NIGHT SCHOOL. At the SOUTHERN SHORTHAND AND BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Monday Wed? nesday and Friday nights. Our Night Sohool Is especially designed for those Who are engaged during the day in Btruotlon largely Individual Terms rea sonabl* .For further information call at tbo V?Uverslty. or address J. k. BJflSSLER. President, Rion? *W. miiis BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Arrington, of Ka? nossas, spent yesterday In Norfolk. Mr. D. Gray Langhorne. of Pulaskl, Va., returned home yesterday. Mr. W. B. Little, of Wadesboro, N. C, Is In the city. Colonel T. \V. Steele, of Arkansas, Is a guest of the Atlantic. Mr. W. L. Steele, of Rocklnghain, N. C. was-in Norfolk yesterday on busi? ness nlatters. Mr. H. O. McArthur, of North Caro? lina, was among the visitors yesterday to Norfolk. Mr. J. L." Tucker, of Danville, was hero yesterday on business. Itev. C. Q. Wright, chaplain of the United States Navy, will address the Missionary Society at the Disciples' Church Sunday afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock. I Attorney W. II. Arringjon, of Now port News, is a representative of Essex Holt, colored, In the damage suit against the Indranl, pending in the U. S. Court here. i Mr. C. P. E. Burgwyn, of Richmond, a prominent civil engineer, who Is In? terested In the development of some mining property near Petersburg, is at the Monticello. Mr. W. W. Ruflln, of Danville, is at the Monticello. Judge W. Samuel Goodwyn and Mr. Harry Schwartz, of Emporla, are reg? istered at the/Monticello. Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Howe, of New York, nrrlved here yesterday on the I Old Dominion steamer. They are guests at the Atlantic Hotel. Rev. A. G. Brown, D. D., presiding elder, will hold his second quarterly meeting with the Methodist Church at TCnott'B Islnnd, to-day, and preach tt\ the usual hours Sunday. x Quite a number of stores on Main Btreet are receiving new coats of paint on their front. Ruth Lodge of Masons held a lodge of Instruction last night. The thermometer registered 88 de? grees In the shade on Main street yes? terday. Mr. Howard D. FJInt. advertising agent for the World's Dispensary Med? ical Association, of Buffalo, N. Y., Is at the Atlantic Hotel. Captain W. W. Dey has returned from his.trip to Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Patterson have gone to Now York on a visit. Miss Emma C. Kreidler. of Miller, Rhoads & Co., has returned home from a two weeks' visit to Philadelphia and Rending. Pn. Mr. J. R. Savage, a civil engineer and well known in Norfolk, who has lately returned from Cuba, arrived,here yes? terday morning from Philadelphia. Mrs. Charles C. Wadrtlil .of this city. Is visiting her father, Mr. James Frank? lin, Jr., on Madison street, Llynch burg. Mr. F. B. Bunnell returned to Nor? folk yesterday from a visit to his fam? ily. In Petersburg. Mr. L. L. Mnury. of Franklin, is regis? tered at the Monticello. The Monticello corridors are filled wits sweet music nlchtly by an orches? tra from the Naval Pn<=t Band. The con? certs began last Monday eveninir, and the management will have music of some kind all the summer. Hrnl Kafnte Trnnalcra. The following deeds were admitted to record by Clerk of Courts Royster yes? terday: Mrs. John A. rritchett to Martha C. Mebane, the lot. with improvements, fronting 2(5 feet C Inches on the north? ern 6lde of Hamilton avenue, 375 feet east of Moran avenue: $4,000. J. M. Keeling, attorney In fact, to Mrs. Frank R. May. two lots fronting 25 feet eacli on the south side of Mary's avenue. Ribble Place; $2.GOO. Floyd Hughes and Aaron B. Seldner to Mary E. Wood house, three lots on Granby street extended ar^ two lots on a new street in the. vicln.ty of the same: $2.135. H. T. Halstead to Mary C. Snvder. lot in Atlantic city Ward. Llewellyn prop? erty; consideration $375. An Interest hie mac. There will be a meeting of the credi? tors of the Reese Manufacturing Com? pany before Referee D. L. Groner. at the United States Court room this morning. Some Interesting develop? ments are expected. We want to fill your spring wants in the tailoring line. No better on earth than the kind we make. RUDOH'HI A- WALLACE. 333 Main street. OTHER LOCAL ON PACE 3. FOR RENT. FOR RENT. ? FOR TUB SUMMER months, well furnished house in Ghent. For terms. etc.. address "GHENT," caro Virginian-Plot, ap?-if FOR RENT.?LIVKRY STAHLES, No. C5 Union street, corner Church Street. A desirable place for livery or sale stables. W. It. PENTRES8 & SON, 18 Bank street. mh22-lm BOARDERS. fTlHB HOME.?EVERYTHING NEW 1 and clean, table board $.1.00; board and room $4.00 per week. 421 and 423 Church street. PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS, with or without board, nt 241 Church street, opposite St. Paul's Church. mhlii-tf_ -MEN'S SPRING HATS. LADIES' STRAW SAILORS, Ifcl.OO UP. Children's Straws Now Ready. WALTER J. SIMMONS & CO, 341 MAIN STREUT. NOTES & CO., General Auctioneers. m Consignments respectfully solic? it Hed. Quick settlements and prompt V returns. Special room for storage. . # Highest references furnished. # ~jTh. cofer, ?SHIPPER! OF? Hay and Grain, 610 Citizens* Bank Building. Quick shipment and satisfaction guar? anteed. Prices Give the Public the Some men, who don't know, have an idea that all ready to-wear Clothing is alike, and they continually go on blindly paying higher prices to smaller operators for garments that are made nothing like so good, nor fit anything like as well as these extraordinary Men's Suit Bargains we have just placed on sale for the Seven Twenty-Five. Here are handsome pat? terns of Men's Sack Suits, made up into fashionable three and four button sacks, full lined, half lined or quarter lined?wide French facings, inverted piped seams, full box, conforming side ' bodies, or body-fitting?from Cassimeres and Cheviots, that are warranted in every detail totgive Al wear. Now is the .time for pick and choice of a large and varied assortment of patterns of stylish up-to-date Men's Spring Suits, and there is no question about the most satisfactory results of securing the best selection of patterns and sizes at the outset of the season when the size scales are complete. ? Just a word or so to the skeptic in reference to Clothing values. Big?black type with all sorts of claims sta? you in the face at almost every turn. Take a look at the show win? dows when in this neighborhood?take a - peep at the hand? some' patterns?type of materials?shapeliness of garments and the general tone and finish of the Men's Suits now offered on sale at the Nine Twenty-Five?we'd be much pleased to have you go into still further details in the matter; in fact, give them a rigid and most thorough inspection. Come in and examine the quality of the textiles, take careful notice of the correct features and decided improvements in the tailor work; try 'em on?and then say whether or not you would consider them values at Nine Twenty-Five. Hundreds of men are availing themselves of this extraordinary Suit olTering for the Nine Twenty-Five?why not you? ?? A What $9.25 will dOo If you have a thought that leans toward economy take the right road to money-saving and come right here/ Twelve Fifty never did, or in all probability never will again, capture such extraordinary qualities, made in such wonderfully pretty garments as we are now prepared to show. Gentlemen that are particular about their dress, and have their individual no? tions of just the way they want their Clothes to fit, are par? ticularly requested to glance over th'S gigantic assortment of Choice Spring Suits now on sale at only Twelve Fifty. Big gun high-cost tailors look at these goods in amazement and wonder how such remarkable tailoring creations can be pro? duced and sold at retail for the Twelve Fifty?to match 'em ready-made or ready-to-wear at any other store is simply a waste of time, and to get them to fit like these and give the same satisfactory results is entirely out of question. You'll like these new Spring Suits?you'll like them for more reasons than we can name here?but principally because they are good in looks, correct in style and perfection in fit. Of course, if you don't care what kind you WEAR and have no regard for quality, workmanship, and correctness of fit and shape you can pay another dealer the same price for some? thing that will not represent these improved features. Then again, if you don't care what you PAY, you can give some stiff charging tailor nearly double as much as our manufactur? ing price and take a Suit that may not fit anything like as well as ours. Here are excellent Suits at a moderate price?tail? ored in faultless fashion, made from stylish up-to-date designs of strictly first-class Worsteds, Cheviots, Cassimeres, Diago? nals, Tricots, &c, in light and dark colors, made up in every desirable shape on the new fashion plates this season. Fifteen Dollars never captured such hahdsonie Suits before, and stylish dressers will find the best facilities and the best choice by mak? ing their selections whilst the size conditions are in complete.^ shape. What $ 15.00 will do. KNEE PANTS FOR BOYS. A EL, AGES from 4 to 16. Junior buckles and binding on bottoms sizes 4 to 8. Three buttons finish sizes 9 to 1C?taped Ecams, strong bands, sightly, serviceable, Brownish Twill Cheviots, among the lot a range of Navy Bluo Cheviots. Choice of sizes this week only . I7c. KNEE PANTS FOR BOYS. ALL, AGES 4 to 16. All Improvements, made from Puro Wool Cheviots. When we say ALE WOOL, we mean just what we say. Sty? lish plaids, and neat plain patterns. Very serviceable, extraordinary barpraina. Cholco of sizes this week only . BOYS' KNEE PANTS? SUITS IN ALL sizes from 8 to 16. Mado up In three crack-a-Jaek good patterns. Big doubls' seats and double knee, patent bands riv? eted buttons and taped scams In' the pants. Jackets proportionately well made Tho very kind of suits that will stand rough and tumble and every day Cholco of sizes? ^ j fj g this week 25c. STRICTLY ALL WOOL SUITS FOR BOYS apes 8 to 16. Made up in two Al good staple patterns. Every possible strength-Brlving feature that skilled tail? oring can apply. Very dressy, choice stylish and reliable Children's Suits. The early callers this week only KNEE PANTS FOR BOYS MADE UP with wide, large double, seats that extend from seam to seam, hand felled, big doublo knees, taped seams, patent riveted buttons, strong band3. puro wool fabrics. Avarlety of styles. Among them Navy Blue and other popular knee pants pat? terns Cholc* of sizes?( to 16? t ft this week only ....*tOu? VERY HANDSOME BOYS' SUITS consisting of a variety of styles. I'latri Double-breasted for llig Boys and Ves teos. Rcefdrs and Blouses for the littla fellows. Handsomely linlshed, correct fit? ting and strictly up-to-date In every particular. Cholco of slzes-^anywhero from 3 to 16, Inclusive?this week only . $3.00 VESTEE SUITS FOR LITTLE FEL? LOWS. Three pieces, mark you?Jacket, Pants ?nd Vestee. Full and complete; neat, tidy and durable; made from pretty Twilled Cheviot, nicely embroidered. A big bargain. Cholco of sizes?3 to S-Uiis week only. 87c. BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS OF FINE Cassimeres, Cheviots, Worsteds and Sorges In a large assortment of catchy ef? fects. Checks, Plaids and Ovcrnlalds Made In all sorts of styles for Wg lKiys and llttlo tots. Big bargain values. ( Choice of sizes this week "h "vys, aim $3.50 REEFER SUITS FOR LITTLE FBl> lOWS. Made from Black Twilled Che? viot. Sizes to age 8 Inclusive. Deep sailor collars neatly embroidered. Choice of sizes?as long as they last?this week only . 98c. UNLIMITED ASSORTMENT OF N?R BY SUITS for Boys, all ages and sizes from 8 to 16. Mado up In plain and fancy patterns, light, dork and medium Colors, pin checks, plaids and staple designs. AH Aorta ot shapes. Choice of sizes this week only., $4.00 CHILDREN'S DOUBLF-BREASTED 6U1T3. Very durable woolen fabrics. Mado up good and strong?sizes 8 to 16 both Inclusive. A big leader and extra? ordinary trade winner. Cholcj ol slzes-thls week only $1.47 SUPERIOR QUALITY CHILDREN'S DRESS SUITS. consisting of Flna' mouse*. Pretty Vestees. Jaunty Reefors, and a varied assortment of Plain Double breasted Suits for large boys. Choice de? signs, tailored In tho very aomo of tail? oring art. Perfeot gems of beauty. Choice ot sizes?thla week only.. . UI I > ( it (1 I J< ? $5.00 BURK 5t CO;