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FORT S M O UTH.
Racy Record Set Down in Read?
A SLIGHT FIRE PUT OUT.
Hoard of Supervisors. City Coun?
cil. Price of Errs. No Courts
Yesterday. Address by Rev.
Yung KiungYen. Fune?
ral or Mrs. Davis.
There wero no Northern mails
The City (Juuucil will moot lues*
day o ig lit.
i'liero was splendid skating on
Beott'a Creek vestorday.
Mrs. Nellie Male is seriously ill
Ot tier bomo on Third street.
The Htoumer Virgin iu was carried
to Norfolk yeatordtiy to have new
tluSS put in.
There will bo a prayor meeting at
<'eutnd Church this afternoon at
The condition of Mr. lt. H. F.
JdoWilkie was contidored very criti?
cal last night.
A negro named Fields was locked
rin yesterday iu the couuty for
Owing to the eickness of .fudge A.
6. Watts there was no court iu ses
F.xp>8 were selling for thirty cents
a dozen yoBterdiiy ami wero hard to
?d that wero not frozen,
It was thought hiBt night that
Itev, Mr. Mitchell's little child could
not live through the ni^bt.
A man named ltlddiok was lined
t~) for disorderly conduct atUurko'e
etore, on Crawford Btreet.
Thu Btreot railroad began running
i on nil their tracks yesterday after?
noon, tint had to make alow trips',
A negro named Page s?hot another
negro on Goodwin btreet yesterday
nftcruoou. The shouting did not
nuiouut to much.
The funeral of Mrs. Georgie L.
3>avts will take place this afternoon
fit3o'clock iroru her late residence,
VHl South Btreet.
liiere were no courts iu sossion
yesterday, the criminal docket will
commence Tuesday, There arc
tcven eases to be tried.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth
Friedlin will tuke place thin after
(1000 at :i o'clock from her late resi?
dence, No. 811 King Btreet.
liettie Hicks, the colored woman
*rho was summoned lieforo the
Mayor for contempt of court, was
Reprimanded and wsk dismissed.
The Hygienic ice factory has been
fohl to a Pennsylvania syndicate for
?10,000. They vuli enlarge the plaut
find muko it tirst class iu evory re
Tho Board of Supervisors will
mutt Tuesday. The city should be
|ireparod to give them the laud they
uak for, now that Mr. Lindsay has
A gasolene stove exploded in the
ftore of Mr. Joseph 1'. Weaver, on
tiouth street yesteiday, and humed
?\ colored woman about the body.
Smoother datnago was done.
head tho add of W. O. Nash, in
tvhicli he cabs attention to his line'
id embroideries, .'>??.; also suitings
mid remnants uf goods, Give bun
a cull and yon will secure a hurgaiu.
The Kev. Vuug Kiting Yen, a Ohi
neie elergyman, will give an address
tu Trinity Church Wotluesday at H
p. m. A cordial invitation given to
All friends to attend and hear this
cuau, who is himself uu lllustrutiou
of the power of Christianity,
Tom Bonn, an old jiiil bird, who
tvfis ?eilt to jail for stealing a wash
tub, made it .juite lively by scream
Iand hallowing murder, Ac,, at
iho jail, lie was placed in a cell all
to binisolf on the lower tloor, where
lie could hallow himrolf hoarse.
A negro named .lohn Anderson
vent nit" a house on the corner ol
J^lliugharn and High streots last
muht and threatened to kill u worn
on with an axe. Ho was arrested
<iud was locked up for examination
The Ladies' Benevolent Union
wore busy yesterday distributing
I(revisions to tho poor, which hud
loon donated by charitably inclined
pooplc. They tiro located ut Lar
KOn s Store Any person who knows
of u case of destitution would confer
a favor by making it known to
There was a slight liro at the
house of an old colored man named
Barford, near ?ottys station, yes?
terday morning. The neighbors
turned out ami succeeded in put
ling it out by shoveling snow on it
with spades. 'They found it hard
ivork to get it up, but managed to
do Bo. T he loss was slight,
of IIrst-class clothing and woolon
underwear ever otTerod to tho pooplo
of this vicinity. Wo aro hound to
?lose cut every dollar's worth to
fuake room for new spring goods,
Which will begin to arrive about 1st
<>f March. Ureslauor & Anthony,
114 High street.
Lomps, silk shades, wire frames,
doll carriages, toilet sets, pictures,
fables, rockers and everything else
at Crawford's Furniture and Carpet
Will continne to sell onr winter
rboos at reduced prices, because 1
Will leave in b few days for the
Northern market* to placo orders
for spring ahoos. Be member, 1 am
telling reliable shoos. Adolph
Brandt, 213 liigh streut.
Vaults Pooplo*? Onion*
At the Court Street Baptist
Church lecture room tho Young
People's Union will Rive its second
votortaiomout. The first of those,
giveu about three weeks ago, wtia
so BuoceBsfn! that tin further cum?
in cut is necessary. These meetings
are open to the public, all of whom
are weloomo. Thie meeting is de?
voted to ruusio, as will oppenr by
tho followiug programme: Prajer
by pastor; overture, OrphoiiB or
chestra; rweitatioa by congregation,
first Psalm; soriptural quotations ou
ruosic; olariouot eol?, Mr. E. H.,
llartsall; address, subject, "Musie,"
Bev. J. L. Allisou; hymu by oou
grcgation, "Come Thou Fount;"
march, Orpheus orchestra; vooal
solo, Miss Lena May Edmonds;
mureb, Orphons orchestra; dis?
Trinity Church, Rev J B Funsten
?Morning service, 11 o'clock; even?
ing Borvioe, 8 o'clock; Sunday
school, 0:30 a no; rector's Bible
class, 0:45 a tn; baptismal eervice at
3:30 p m, All Beats free.
Boottsvillo Baptist Churoh, Bev F
IT Martin, pastor?Preaching at 11
n m and 7:1k) p m; Sunbeam meeting
at 3 p m.
Central Cbnroh?PreaohiDgby the
pastor, Bev W H. Edwards at 11 a
m and 7:110 p m.
Colored. ? Ebene/.er Baptist
Church, Uev ,1 W Kirby, pastor?
Sunday school, 9:10 a ni; preaching
at 11 a m aud ') and 7:30 p m, The
pastor will preuoh Irom tho Sixth
Cnuiuniudmeut. Grand rally al all
Court Street Presbyterian Ohurch
? Frcaohiug at 11 a. m. and 7:15
p. m. by the pastor, Bev. John L.
Allison, Subject, morning: "World's
Preparation for Christ's Advent."
At night: "Christ's Priesthood."
Sunday school ut ?.,.:'.t) a. m. fteats
free, mul a welcome to nil.
Inlorcatlug Service? nt irinitv
Tho first meeting of tho Norfolk
looal nhseiubly of the Brotherhood
of St. Andrew will be held at Trinity j
Church, Portsmouth, on Thursday,
February 14, at N p. m. There will
he a sermon by tho Bt. Uev. ,lno. B.
Newton, assistant bishup of Vir
giuia. The musio will be bright,
attruutive and suited to the occasion.
After the service there will be held
a conference of tho brotherhood in
the parish hotii*e, proHided over and
uddressud by Mr. G. Harry Davis,
of Philadelphia, first vice-president
of the brotherhood in tho United
States. There will he several other
short addresses. The publio is in?
vited to attend both services.
Difficulty mi 'I'mveiltatr.
The river is full of ico and the
bnnts lind considerable trouble in
traveling. The City of Portsmouth
broke her rudder chain twice on
Friday und ugaiu yesterday morn
iug in goiug towards Norfolk. Tho
rudder is rtill uu that end of the
boat and the ice accumulates, which
censes it to break.
The river yesterday was frozen
clear across duwn bv the hospital.
A white inau started from the shore
und walked to a mud mnchiue lying
out in the middle of tho river. Ho
hud no polo or nnything to save
himself il tbo ico had given away,
Ouite n number walked down j to
the whitrvoe to look nt tho eight.
Hut few boats ventured out and
those that came in hud to out their
wuy in aud were all covered with
ins- Tlodeni Invnlld
lias tastes, medicinally, in keeping
with other luxuries, A remedy
must be pleasantly acoeptabie in
form, purely wholesome in composi?
tion, truly houetlcial in efi'eot and
entirely free from every objectiou
j able ijiiultty. If really ill ho con?
sults a physician; if constipated he
uses tho gentle family laxative
Syrup ol Figs.
Working Mio??. Ilms Miors.
Large varioty for men just re
oeivod at L. C, Long .v Sons', 219
High street, next to Crawford's fur?
I .lust received from New York
I something new in Sootoh Tom
U'Shantcrs. All styles and prioes.
(?nil early and get your choice.
Charles B. Weitem & Co,, 332 and
334 Uigh street. I
I nder Oxford ??t?ll.
Blankots, blankets cheap; worsted
gloves, buckskiu gloves, boys'
gloves, boys' mittons, ladies' mit
tens, children's mittens, new kid
glov?s. Agent for the celebrated
Gold Medal black dress goods, A,
A Des Moiuea woman who has
boou troubled with frequent colds,
oonclinled to try an old remedy in a
new wuy, aud accordingly took a
tablospoonful (four times the usual
dose) of ClmmOorlttin's Cotigh
Uemedy just bet?re going to bed.
The UOXt morning she found that
her cold had almost entirely disap?
peared, During tho day she took a
fow doses of the romedy (one tea
spoonful at a time1 aud at night
again took a tablcspuouful before
going to bed, and on the followiug
morniug awoke froe from all symp?
toms of the cold. Since thou sho
has, ou several ocoasiuus, used this
remedy in like manner, with the
same good results, and is muoh
I elutod over her disoovcry ol so
qniok a way of curing a cold, For
I sale by all druggists.
AccitltiiilN Ciiilwrri ttvplir Cold SUUP
Yestordav afternoon a Rmii.ll child
niiuiuil Oallileo, who lives ou First
streut, fell and broke her arm. She
was attended by Dr. It. 1?'. McMur
A oolored woman named .lauo
Roddick foil on tho icu ou King
street yesterday and hrok her wrist.
Sho was attended by Dr. MoMur
Yosterday afternoon Fletcher
Knott, ouoof Thh Virginian's route
boys, uud some more boys wore out
riding on their sloiis, when one of
tho Paragon Oil wagons passed down
Court street. The boys tied their
slod bebiud tho wagon and wero be
ing pulled along. As tho wagon
turned tho corner of King and
Court streets it throw the sleds
around, and about tho samu time
another wagon turned the corner
and struck Knott on the back of the
head, hurting him quite badly for
tho time. Ho got up uud walked
home, but after arriving there ho
was tukeu with a convulsion. Dr.
P. N. Hope was called in, and dur?
ing his stay the boy had two more,
which wore very strong ones. Tho
doctor stated lust night that there
was some httlo concussion, but the
result ot tho injuries could not be
! dotermined boforo to-day.
Hcniii of /\n Octaceunrlnu.
I Mr. Robert Hasty, a well known
citizen, died at his resideuce in
[South Portsmouth, ou Wy tho street,
No. 229, yestorday at 1 p. m., in the
SI ist year of his age. The funeral
will take place to morrow (Monday )
afternoon, at 3 o'clock p. nr., at St.
i Foul's Cuthoho Church.
Kariv Horning i Ire.
Yesterday morningabonl 7 o'clock
the roof of a small store kept by a
man named ResOfsky, on Crawford
street, was found to be ou lire. It
was put out without bringing the
department out. The fire was caused
by the stovu pipe running through
Horn at '.'>',2 and 334 High street
aud raised everywhere: C. it, Wei
ton .V Co s jfl umbrellas.
Uun'i mis- iiio (.real Embroidery
Su.lv Von- fSoliill On in
ii a in in i I I'a,
together with our entire stock of all
wool blankets, dress goods, under?
wear, ginghams, table cloths, chil?
dren's caps and Fruit of tho Loom
oottons. These prices are for cash.
Hammill'a, 320 High btreet.
Are Vou iu \> nuf
Of a suit or overcoat at prices re?
markably cheap for tho tine class of
goods we have the reputation of
sailing. It so, call and make your
selection, aud wo promise you that
we will ?ave you money.
Levy & Jacous, 200 High St.
The people of Portsmouth and
vicinity appreoiate a good thing
when they see it. Since we adver?
tised cloning out ONE-tiiirli ol r OF
BEGUT.ar price we've done a very
satisfactory business, giving our
customer* good value for their
money and at same Hum causing us
to dispose ot good many goods, so
we wouldn't have to carry the same
over. We will still continue this
aale until February 1st and uivo mir
many friends a chance to buy first*
Olass CliOTHINO AXIi WOOLEN I'NDKR
W'KAK AT ON B'TIIIKO OFF REGULAR
j price, Brealauer & Anthony, 11 1
j High street.
Crliuluiil i.ibt l Caic,
liv Southern Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, February ?W,
Oalviu Chase, a prominent negro
lawyer and politician, was arraigned
in criminal court No. 2 to-day to
auswer to an indictment charging
I him with criminal libel iu publish?
ing charges iu the Bee, an Afro
Amerieau newspaper which he edits,
I against tho morality ol C. H. J.
Taylor, of Kansas, recorder of deeds
of the District of Columbia,
Taylor is the head of tho Negro
Demooratic League, aud was nomi- !
uated by I'resideut Cleveland for
Minister to Bolivia. This nomina?
tion was rejected by tho Senate and
soon after Mr. Cleveland Kent iu the
nomination of Taylor as Recorder,
which was confirmed by a narrow
majority. Chase is a Republican.
He pleaded not guilty aud was re
leahud ou bail.
Bv Southern Associate.1 Praia.
Washington, D.C., February 9.
?The Navy Department is making
arrangements for the test of the
Amuiim ram Katahdimi which is
now at the Bostou Navy-yard,where
sho was recently docked. Presnlout
Hyde, of tho Bath Irou Works,
builders of tho ram, was at tho
Navy Department to day urging
that a trial be permitted as soon ns
Tho ortiiser Bennington, which
loft Sau Francisco January Hst,
under orders to proceed toBuena
Ventura, Colombia, to protect
American interests, arrived at Aca
pulco, Mexico, yesterday, whore she
found instructions from Secretary
Herbert revoking her former orders
and directing her to remain on the
Mexican coast ponding possible ditli
culties between Mexico and Huatu
lho Ranger left San Diego last
Sunday to tako tho lleumngtou's
plaoo at Bltena Ventura. It is
possible that tho Benuingtoo may
bo seut to join the Philadelphia at
Honolulu In case of an emergency,
growing out of tho death senteucra
imposed on rebels who aro Ameri
Items Ticked From All Parts of the
Two kegs aud a half of powdor
exploded iu a room of tho Ilutooii
Coal Company's miuo nt Talmyor,
Ohio, last night. David Lloyd and
David Lingo, who woro prcpuriug u
blu/.e, were fearfully injured.
CburloH L, Fair, eon of tho Into
Senator James O. Fair, of Califor?
nia, says tho contest of his father's
will will not bo mudo joiutly with
his sisters, Mrs. Oolricbs aud Miss
Virginia Fair, but is being tnndo
wholly aud solely by liitnsell at his
owu pcrsouul risk aud responsibility.
General Corse, tho lust of tho
Confederate gonerals of his rank, is
seriously ill ut bis homo in Aloxun
Fire has totally destroyed IIow
laiut iia,l, tho main structure of nn
industrial school for colored youth
near Muuussas. Va. Loss, $'2,500.
The uows thut the Englishman
llickard, bad boen seuteuced at
ilouoltilu to death lor his part iu
tho lute revolution, docs not uoem
to liavo excited tbo slightest iutor
est at tho JJritish foreign oflioe.
At r> p. m. Ignatius Huudkiwit/.
eutored Wilson's grocery on Kiug
street, Chnrlestou, S. G, and asked
to see Ins brother .lohn, who was
omployed in tho store. Soon after
tuo two met, Ignatius pullod n
pistol and tired throe shots at his
brother, iuilictitig a mortal wound.
No onuso for tho murder has, as
THE POPE MURDER.
The Wife the Moving Spirit and
$14,000 the Object.
Ohicacio, February ?A speoinl
to a morning paper from Detroit,
Mich,, says: Wm. Brusseau, who
bus siuoo last Saturday told two sto?
ries of the murder of Dr. H. F..
l'opo, iu his home hero, last night
made n clean breast of the whoio
atYitir to the police. This lust oou
fession coincides in ovary particular
with the facts tbo police hnvo un
According to lirussenn's latest
story, tho murder was a carefully
planned affair, iu which Mrs. Pope,
the Doctor's wife, was the moving
spirit and $14,000 the object, Two
weeks beforu thu fatal day tho two
planned ttiocrimu in every partiou
lar. Saturday night Mrs. Pope
niude her husbuiid Bleep iu a chair
at her bedside.
Toward morning she quietly called
Brusseau uud tho latter secured a
hatchet. Then, in obediouco to the
woman's command, he rained a hall
dozen or uiiiru blows on their vic?
tim's skull. Mrs. Dope's R rear-old
daughter, who slept at her sidu dur?
ing the murder, wns then awakoued
and the thrco carofully ruhenrsed
tiiu story they woro to tell the po?
A Nf t-amboitt Accident,
fir Southern Aeiociatod Press.
Mobile, Ala., February 9.?The
Alabama river steamer Nellie Quill,
which left hero Tuesday for Mont?
gomery, returned hero this morning
with a hole iu her sturboard sine
lour by ton foot caused by striking
a -nag Thursday at Cables Landing,
226 miles ubovo Mobilo. She was
making the lauding und a high wind
drifted her ou lo a snug, the pres?
ence of which was well known to the
Tho boat's nose was run on the
bank and her cargo mi t passengers
gotten ashore. Blankets were stuffed
into thu hole and a bulkhead built,
the vessel in the meautimo lining
and going down to within eighteen
iuches of tho deek. The weather
was very cold, ice forming ou the
men engaged in building the bulk?
head in the water which tilled tho
bold. But for tt.eir untiring ufiorts
tho bow would havo boeu a total
't lio Nino Negroes.
Ev Soutberu AspocihIuJ Press.
Baltimore, February 9.- Tho
trial of tho nine Somerset county
negroes, charged with the murder
of Constable Edward Carver, ou
l.luuo 7th last, was concluded to?
night. Juhu liuudy, George Holden
und Lieorgt) Parker were adjudged
guilty ol murder in tho second de?
gree; Alfred and l.oouard Conquest
were convicted of manslaughter.
Tho others w ere declared not gud
ty. The accused were ably defended
by three colored lawyers. The de?
fense claimed that Isuao Kemp, the
acknowledged ringleader, who was
lynched by an augry mob shortly
utter the tragedy, was solely respon?
sible for Carver's death. 'The jury
returned their verdict two hours
after the argument closed.
Another Wlilaltoy - maigltr,
Yeatorday the yard watch caught
amau, who gave his name as fitckey,
trying to smuggle whiskey iu the
yard. He had seven pints oonoealod
about bim. The wuiskoy was con?
fiscated and the mau was looked up
in tho guardhouse. It is sai l that
there is a rogmar gaug of those
smugglers here from New York.
a Terrible \ i*limit.
rain it always a terrible visitant, und
o:teu domioili t ktseli with oua fur lite.
1 bta lutlictioti is I rcv< nl bto, in use of
rheumatism, bv h timely rtajr. to llo-,
t. iter's Sjto ..Mi ll ill11 is, winch ibo'-krt
th<- en ruMi liiiieuti of this obatinatd an i
dangerous malady at the onttet Tue
term "dangerous i* uied .l?viio-.lly, ;or
rbi umatisui i? ?lw?> r Ii .bio to uttat-a the
vital oi ttiint Hud terminate lite. So ti i
t inonr is motu conclusive audconoui
rii t than that of physicians whntantify
to tuo excellent effect of tho Hitters in
ibis disease P..r?ou- incur .i wottiuR iu
rainy or snowy weather, and \rno are ex
posed to dr?u ht?, should u-e the bitters
as i\ i reventativs oi ill effect*. .Malari
dy po(ms, ivt-r und kidney tr.mblo. uoV
vnuanest aud debility are alto among the
uiltnenta to which ttni popular modic no
i? mil tod. For the nitiruiiticii, ?? reueti
an i ?tifl'uctS of tho agad it it highly beu
IN OLD NANSEMOND.
TJotes and Gleanings From Suffolk
Mrs. .lonuiu White, of Norfolk,
has changed hor residence to Suf?
folk, residing on Ltiddiok street.
Candidates fur county oflieoa are
daily coming to tho Hurfuoo. The
oftioo for which they uro most nu?
merous is commissioucr of revenue,
I Navigation ou tho upper waters
of tho Nauaemond is totally sus?
pended, the river hoing thickly
coated with teo.
Mrs. A. II, Myriek, noo JSritt, of
Ncwsoms, Va., has boon visiting
Owing to Mayor Brcwor'a con?
tinued ubsenco in lslo of Wight
county, thoro was no court yester?
day. Ho is expected to return this
.1. F. Burgos, who had boon visit?
ing in Suffolk, returned hiHt night to
his homo in Southampton, acaoui
paned by .1. V. lioykui.
'1 he street ears, which havo been
BUspened during tho past few days,
will resutnu opoiations to morrow.
W. If. Turuley, of tho Farmers'
Bank, returned yesterday from his
trip to Baltimore, having be>*ti do-,
laycd by tho lato arrival of tho Bal- j
timoro boat in Norfolk.
Several Irost-bitteu ears resulted
from prolonged exposure yesterday,
i There are several poor families
around town whoso hearts would be
gladdened by the gift of a tou of
ooal or load of wood. Tho King's
Daughters can't do ovorything.
1 ho February term of County
Court iu Nausemoud begins to?
Epwortii Lb ao de. ? A devotional
meeting of tho Fpworlh League will
be held at ? ''::'?') o'clock Una evening
in the basement of the First Mctho
dir-t Church. The general public
cordially invited. Subject: "The
Holy Oarmout." Loader, Esmond
Skating Parties,?Skating yes
terdny on tho Nansomoud and on
numerous convenient lakoa was ex?
ceptionally line. Several wagon
parties loit town aud mado a day of
it, taking luueb, A well-known
young lady broke through thu ice
I nud had a cold bath.
Minis t'Etts' Topios,?Baptist, Hov.
J. F, Love pastor. Subject: 11 a
in, "The Lord's Emphasis of Indi?
viduality;'' T 'id p in, "God's Em
phasis of Human Reason,'
Christian, Dr W W Staley pastor
? At 11 a m, special suruiou to
young people; 7:-'>U p in, "Christ
aud the t bildron."
First Methodist, F.ov II C Cheat
liutn pastor- Rev ?) W Lee, evauge
li-t, is expected to begin u revival,
proiiching at IIa m and 7:80 p m.
The pabtor stated last night thai iu
case of Mr Lee's non arrival today
ho would occupy tiio pulpit.
Presbytoriau, Rev II C Mooro
pastor, having recovered will preach
today at 11 a m and 7:30 p m,
Kev.s George Williams and W W
Gaincs will occupy their pulpits iu
the colored Methodist, Pine street,
aud First Baptist, Second street, re
spectively, at the usual hours.
Demolished by an Fxi-ijo.siox.?
The explohiou of water pipes yester?
day in Mr, Burwell Rnidick's cook?
ing stove at his residence, on Sara
toga street, was sufficiently forcible
to demolish tho stove, driving por?
tions of it iu all directions. Tho
cook was bruised about tho lace and
head by the Hying debris aud also
slightly burned. Other fragments
wero hurled through tho window,
breaking tho sashes. Tho explosion
is due to an accumulation of steam
in the pipes, after the kindling of
the tire for preparing breakfast.
Roth tho method aud results when
Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant
and refreshing to tho taste, and acts
cently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and B^wel?, cleanses the sys?
tem effectually, dispc-13 colds, head
aches and levers and circa habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs in the
only remedy of its kind ever pro?
duced, pleasing to tho taste ami ac?
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its act ion and truly beneficial in its
efiVota. prepared only from the most
bealthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and havo mado it the most
popular remedy known.
fey run of Figs is for Palo in 5?c
and 81 bottles by nil leading drug?
gets. Any reliable druggist who
tuay not havo it on hand will pro?
cure it promptly for any oue wha
wishes to try iu Do not accept an J
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRt? jt?
_ SA.1 fHANQI&GQ, CAl. _.
touiavius. KK tliW VOM. ? ft
PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISE VIE M TS :
FOR THE SEASON OF 1393,
WAVERLY, - - $85
COLUMBIA, - - $100
EAGLE, - - - ? $100
OTHER GRADES M $50, $60 ?ND $75.
Wo liawi tho bait him or Bicycles in
Mia l uitoil state*. HUinEST.' IN QUAL
1'J'V ainl excelleuoo of riunh.JQUidl au I
ncr th" iamplea.
W. N. WHITE'S
GUN UND SPORTING HOUSE.
lOH HIGH ?1%,
Special For To-day.
Good ltoaatod Coffee, 22c rtr ponu I.
Oaliforuia Prunes, 7o pet- pound.
Duo <lo/.eu lo\co of I'arlor Matches
Wo also have a tine [lot of UmitUlieM
llama uu baud.
c. \v.;hudqin3 ft oo.,
802 I ran-for I street.
\NNL AI. MEETING.?TBK ANNUAL
meetiusj of tho HOME PEItMA
NKNT liUH.DlNil ASSOttlA I'lON will l>o
held hi No. 01 High afreet, TUESDAY
EVENING February liltli, 1 i.... at H
o'. look. All mambera are requested to
be |iti??ent. JNU. L. WATSON,
ft)S-lUt .^b rotary.
229 HIGJJ 5>TRKET,
and you will Bn<l ill.- prettiest nn i most
complete lino of Kiubroldrloi? over'ex
li l.iii-ii iu t'io city. Tlio priced jica-io
tho closest i.iiytr?.
\on will Also tin I n reat redn t on in
all cIiiISoh of 1 re, .: Kabrhs. Ladies mil
? ?ont Underwear, etc. Yon will got the
full benefit of tbe New T.-.ri;' reduction
nn nil ( .awns a', qoo'is in l/.i- t no.
l*r tty new o itintta! .0 per yar 1 nu 1 up
Alo 01 h i i ia bargaiu iu lieuiu at*
nn I other goo In
Alwaya ua.ve on li.nl a good Too Oi
QeuW Suit nua nutl Kural Idiigs.
Agouti for liU ITEiUOK 8 1' . LTF.KM&
1 lennu toineutbor t!io ; Ineo.
W. C. NASH.
'2'i'J Uiah litroot.
R, R. GARDNER, ? lYIaiiaget*.
Eighty-five commodious and well I ur
nisbe I I'.ooiuh. Parlors, 1'riTato Ladies'
Lntmuoo. and every convenience.
KfUcieut cut ri-r und chef recently ou?
r;ai*eil. Table nnoxcolled.
KATES?ta and til.60 pit day: 530 an I
upwurdH por uioutli. Excellent hot' I for
1710H ItENT.?StT?llE NO. 720 CUUN I V
. stieot. 20x60 feet, (lood loontl >u
for any Kind 01 business. Apply ou
premises. f>. I. LONG. io -ti
FINE HEW YORK STATE BUTTER,
Alto cheaper grades at
THE IH.C. BROOKS CO.,
Ill, 113 High Str.iot.
TJOAUDERSWANTED ?OO1J liOAKD
I) can be obtainod nt No. 601 Middle
street; terms reasonable. Apply to i.Ol
middle street, Portsmouth, Va, t'e.-lw
DWELLING FOR SALE.
1 Nico dwelling, corner Ifolllday ami
, Oliettuut htreots. 1'urk View; cer.-ii rooms
und kltohoii, stable, nice por b, en .
1 Party desires to >e 1 und build a larger
I Lo iso. Will i-eil ou reasonable ttrm^
.INO. I.. WATSON.
Cnstoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescript ion for Infants
and Children. It. contains neither Opium, Morphine
nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless Substitut?
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria dostroysWorins and allays
l'everishuess. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
eures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency*
Cnstoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Castoria
is the Children's Panacea?the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria i> hu excellent ui*<lieine for
children. Kothen have repeatedly told me
Of it? good effect upou tliflr ohildren."
1>b. O. 0. osoood,
L iwell, Mast
" Cnstoria ia the beat remedy for children
<>( wblub 1 am acquainted. 1 ho;*; the day
lauot fin-distant when mothers will consider
thtj ri-nl interest of their children, and list
Caitoria instead of tin.- v.iri*nis quack uos
1 rum t wlii.'li uri' ilcstrnviriK tlielr loved ones,
by forcing opium, morphine, soo??uk syrup
mid uthrr hurtful agent* do*, o uhuirtruv.it.s.
thereby sending them to premature grave*."'
Int. J. F. KtscBLor,
"Castoria I* well adapted to children
ihm I recommend it us superior to any pre?
scription known t<> me."
H. A. A?c hick, M. I).,
Ill So. Oxford St., Urooklyn, K. T.
" Our physicians in the children's depart?
ment luve spoken highly of their experience
in their outside practice with C'ostoria, and
although we only have anionx our medical
supplier what is known as regular products,
yet we are free to confess that the merit*
of Castoria ha* wou us to look with favor
United Hospital add TuppaxsAitT,
Allen C. .SsiiTii, l'rca.,
Tho Centaur Company 77 Murray Street, New York City.
How to Keep Water
Out of tlie House!
Is a problem which has often puzzled en?
gineers and builders, especially in a Hat
country like Norfolk, the simplest receipt
we know of is to
Omit to Pay
Your Water Tax.
We know of another receipt, however,
which is just as effectual and moje fre?
.EmrS s^Omitto Advertise.