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PORTSMOUTH NE WS
The Port City and Suburbs Covered
In Concise Terms.
HALL ENTERED BY THIEVES.
Cervices at the South Street Baptist
Church. Four Colored Trespass?
ers. Mr. Hodges' Condition.
Police Commissioners. Con- i
vention at Deep Creek.
There was no docket in tho Muyor's
Tho police force had tlioir summer
nnifortu lutipected yesterday.
Tho condition of Mr. Sam'l W.
Flodgos was not much improved yes?
Blr. JoBeph W. Buljas has been ap?
pointed an aotiug gunner in tho United
Tho Hotel at the fool of West Nor?
folk bridge on this hide of the brauch
is Hearing completion.
Tho Hoard ot Polioo Commissioners
met Monday night, hut nothing of in
lerest was transacted.
A number ot persone from thin city
will attend tho convention at Deep
(.'reck to morrow night.
Mrs. Erb is dangerously sick at tho
residence of Mr. Thomas i.asuiter, cur?
lier of Ureen and County streets.
Civil Pugmeur Mendical hns bcou
granted tlireo months' leave with the
privilege of leaving the i'uitod Status.
Dr. Hall i reached at tho South
Ktreot baptist Church Inst night. Two
persons connected tliomselvoH with this
church on Mouduy night.
In mentioning the names of tho gon
tlcmcn who inet the visitors from New
2'iiglaud, the iinuio of lion. 1., II.
JJnvis was unintentionally left oil.
Monday afternoon t-ome nun entered
the hall of i\lr. Frank Nicholson, on
Kecoml btreet. and carried off nil the
Latg anrlovercoata that wem onithe rack.
A due picture of a stag, whicti was
painted by Mies Hutchinson, of Park
View, is on exhibition at Crump's
etoro. It is a moat excellent piece of
I Constable Hodges arrested lour col?
ored boys Monday for going into a cow
?>ound and taking souio cows out that
Jia'd been lawfully impounded. They
rvero nil fined for trespassing,
? Copt.-.limn s W. Ilruwn, oue of Ports?
mouth's best known and mott highly
respected oitizons, is ijnito tick at his
liorno on Washington street, ilia mnuy
ffiouds hope that he may toon recover.
'I hi- Mrini u li ill il of lii-ultli
la soon carrieil hy the assaults of malaria,
tint it Bostettar's M nuach Bittern in ein*
ployed it- a hulwai . against the ilisease,
ftbiolute safety I* attained, t'be most viru?
lent toniih o; diseaso bred by miasma, taint
?-d air and water boi.u yiol i t.> the creative
and .-utnbative in Ineuco of this eilicit-ut
safeguard,.which fortifies the eystetn a< no
Dtber medieino up to dato has over done.
It counteracts a tendeucy to rheumatism,
neuralgia anil kidney oomplaiuts, over
rouiOH iiidigestiou, uervousuena, constipa
t ou and liver trouble*, improve* tho ?p| e
tlto and promotes digi utioti Taking for all
In all, it is probably the mott mutui family
t-emedy :n existence, und in populai n* ?eil
tie etle -tue. i tu it systematically, not at
Irregular lutei vaii.
This eesfon wo looked out for tho tall
end sleniler, ns well as the regular size
young man. Wo are receiviu^ daily
the latest Bpring Btylca of clothing unil
ftents' furniahings, If we can't suit you
tint of stock we have n line of samples,
comprising over 250styles and patterns,
to chose from. This week we make a
specialty of men's one half hose iu black
runt colors. Wo have just receive.1 an
Importation oriier of 100 dozen. Pres
lauer .V Anthony. Ill High btrcot.
'I lit- li.it? ninltea It* ilrbul III llmae
I'OliiMftti I ruin). Keep Ixuli .???%
It until It end!!
We must have loom. Three thousand
wards beautiful spring ginghams, ru
iluccd from 12c to tic per yard; 3,000
>arils Turkey red table damask, ro
tinned from 25o to 15o i cr yard; it,(KM)
yards extra lino all linen crash, reduce.t
from 10c to tie per yard, A. J, Phil?
ips, under Oxford Hall.
Dou't fail to cull ou W. H. Pecks,
BOfa" High street, and get oim of those
handsome spring suits at lowest figures.
There but one way to lind onl the
beauty of our spring huts, in all shapes
oud colors, and that is to seo them,
Ohas, A, Welton & Co., moving men's
Their Art- Here.
SIiopb to please everyone. Call and
Feethom. L. O. Long A Son, 219 High
ttruc-t, ne\t to J. s. Crawford's,
do to Peeks, gents' furnisher, 30G
Jligh streot, for Hpriug hints, neckwear
nntl men's furnishings of every descrip?
Charles H. Sturtevaut, ftinoral di?
rector und smbalmer, ;itis J bird street,
corner Harrison. mhio-lm
Spring uookwoar, latest styles, al W,
?31. Beeks, ilOfi Migb street; nlm> tho
rolohratcd. International and W, II. P.
celebratod Monarch shirts, The lit,
etyla and wear of these goods guaran?
Wiro doors :it Crawford's.
.Refrigerators ut Crawford's,
*,'? Suits that tit yon?
Von To buy at lowest prices?
To be troate.i fairlv?
Vu,,t Suits from gfj to -- j? ?
Pull value every lime.
If so, call at
Lev* Jacobs', 200 High St.
i'urnituro, carpets at Crawford's,
!"r?iviiiol Hortktuou Ii."
Tho night editor of Tll? VlB?
oini an, who uloue is responsible
fur tho al)uve caption uppouring
ttt the beeil of Portsmouth briefs,
iniist disdain- uuy eioieter motives
in tho use of tho word, so ob
noxious to tho Star uud its correspon?
dent. Portsmouth as n city ueoessurily
has n good deal ol tributary country
and ae it is tho custom to include under
briefs tlio navy-yarrl, port, suburbuu
uud county news, an alliterative word
wns chosen that couveyed accurately j
tlio full meaning without thought of
misunderstanding. According to Wob
ster's iutoruutiouul Dictionary, "prov
iuce" is "0 rogiou of country; a truct;
a district." mid tho second liuo of boad
lux. "The Port, City aud Suburbs,"
curries out tho idea. There is no hint
of depeuduuey iu this USQ of tho word,
which can bo found in Miltou and
other writers of pore Luglisb. Tho
writer regrets exceedingly any other
Niout Editor op The Virginia*.
Holl of Honor in 1*111)110 -?ciiooio.
W A Jeukius aud Miss Margaret
Downing, teneuors ? W Weymouth
Evans, Norman ii liamiltou, Kenneth
S .lack. Robert G Lowo, Loviu Plum
iuer, KI Louise Earnest, Carrie J Phil?
lips, Rosa Tischler.
Slit "on D DISTRIO r,
Third Qramtuar Grade, Miss Ij a
Bagley, teacher? Mary Mooro, May
Person, .laue Peters, l-.atollo Wolsdorf,
Morgan Ltttdgius, W Uussell Owen,
Frank Ridley, T MeN Simpson. Third
Grammar Grade, Miss Lizzie Wood
house, teacher?Joseph Parrish.
Second Intermediate, Miss Anna S
Johnson, teacher?Walter Ii Scott,
Alico I. Smith.
First Intermediate, Miss Linwood
Roan uud Miss .Icubic Etheredgo,
teachers?Clyde White, Eva West,
Third Primary, Miss Ueesie L Wiatt
ami Miss Julia L Harrison, teachers?
Eddie Gross, Lelm Deans, Ruth Grimes,
Wallace Wemple, Ethel Purtiu, Fannie
Peele, Annie Prudeu,
Second Primary, Miss Mamie 1
Rowan, teacher?Ethel Boole. Laura
Clark, Ruth Ewell, Bessie Earnest,
Minnie Kir'stein, Mary Williams,
Lorene Mm hews.
First Primary, Mi*-s Lizzie 0 Ed?
wards, teacher?Willie Ooodson, Al?
bert Peterson, Raymond Rodgers,
Maggie Oreecy, Alice King, Victoria
Niemeyer, Ethel Only. Auuo White.
1 ii Til district.
Miss Nancy J Morris, teacher?Wil?
lie 11 King, Archio Etheredgc, Louise
Miss Ruth T Davis, principal.
Second Grammar Grads, Miss LI L
Lssli, teacher?R K Latou,
First titsuimiir Crude. Mrs M W
Richardson, teacher Mary Herbert,
Katie Hope, Clara Kirk, Muttiu Me
(Joy, Mary Thomas, Mury Williams,
Second Intermediate, Mrs. Alice
Nicholson, teacher - Hurry Taylor.
First Intermediate, Miss Li/./.ie
Townsend, teachor?Bessie Hupe.
Third Primary, Miss J. S. Ruwers,
Second Primary, Miss Leila (.1. Man
soui, toucher?Earle Iludgius, (irnce
? lurvis, Emme Martin, Jennie Myers,
Essie Calvert, Alleiue Powell, Evelyn
Robertson, Vivian Thomas, Mattie
Waring, Lizzie White.
1 irst Primary, Miss Lee D. Hams,
teacher?Clyde Rollins, David Cul
popper, Jennie Larrelt, Luuuie Durj
roughs, Sarah Jarvie, Marie Lums,
l inisy Jordan.
third district colored schools,
Mr 1 C Norcnm, principal.
Third Orummar Grade?Ada Rob
uiHoii, Lille Wushiugtou, Gracie Jud
Second Grammar Grade?Rachel
First Grammar Grade- Laura Wade,
Annie Jordan, Alice White.
Second Primary?David Fisher,
Lottie Smith. Andrew Riddiok,
FirBt Primary Jumes G Noreum,
BV Southern AsHOCiatut I'rojl
Washington, April 2.? The case of
Lieutenant-Commander R, F. Smith,
ol tlio unvul retired list, tIio was trim!
by court mat t nil in Washington sovorKl
mouths uro on charges relating to per?
sonal indebtedness, it -.? understood,
may be settled ut ere.lit to the oilioor,
Tho liudings of the court havo not yet
been acted upon at the Navy Depart?
A telegram was received to tiny an?
nouncing itho hinliiiR oi tho cruiser
Olympia for Sauta Barbara, She will
make u three weeks' practice cruiso
aud will remain at Santa Barbara three
.lays to allow her ollioers to atteud tno
llower show at that ;>luoo.
Secretary Herbert has authorized the
announcement that the cruiser Mout
gomery will not proceed to join Ad
mirul Meade's squadron, but will re
tiiiiiti nt Mobile testing coal until joined
by tho Nioa'raguan Canal Board of En?
gineers, whom she will convey to Grey
itit- a a n i- mrtltea Ii? dobm in ilieao
column* SrlUut. KOep bitili crti
? I poll,
Jlrtrrini;.- at "wrislst itlnranrial
Miss Li/zte Tyler, one of South
Portsmouth's belles, aud Mr. W. D.
LJoyce. of Newoort News, were united
in marriage yesterday afternoon at fi
ii ciock at Wright Memotiul Church .
The cervices were conducted by Rov.
T. -i. Rosuinu, after which they took
the Hay Line utcanier for a Northern
New mattings ut Crawford's.
PORTSMOUTH CITY COUNCIL
A Good Deal of Business Transacted
at Last Night's Session.
SALE OF JAIL NOT CONFIRMED.
The Sewer Committee Authorized to
Pull it Down. Election of Mom
bers ot the School Board
From Certain Wards. Tho
Tho City Council hold their regular
monthly meeting last night with the
following members present: 1. 1'
Slator, president; .lohu K Owon. F K
Wonnyoutt, I. t; Brinson", .1 Tliuoins
Dunn, J'- A Freidlin, K .1 Colone, S T
Montague, i) W Murden, 1> N Halen
tine, Gco M Peed, It E Glasaitt', .1 C
Proctor, (' t; Peed. 0 E Murdeu.
All properly approved bills wore al?
Tho Finanoe Committee reeomuioud
cd that an appropriation ot $000 lor
shells to be used ou thu streets,
which was adopted: that Sllud be appro
priated for the* Quarantine Hoard, as
required by law; that tho weights ro
quired, by tho .Sealer of Weights uud
Measures bu purchased.
It reported adversely ou tho applica?
tion o; Assistant Engineer <'os. D.
Knapp for a suiuty. On motion, tho
report was adopted.
Tho same reported favorably on the
contract made by tho Hoard of Health
for tho removal of garbage iu tho city.
The some reported huviug examined
tho accounts of the Auditor and Treas?
urer for January and February ami
luiind the euuie to be correct.
The sumo commit ten reported the
tax bill for tnu year, which, ufter being
rend, was adopted.
1 ho <'tumulttoo on Public Props rty
reported that thu jail had beeu sold in
accordntice with the order of tho Couu
cil, hut the committee made no recom?
'1 he City Engineer submitted uu es?
timate of the value of tho jail at $975,
the cost ot taking down btnldiug, etc,
Mr, Hallctitino moved thou that the
i-nle bo not confirmed. Adopted.
Mr. Wonnyoutt moved that tho jail
building be turned over to the Sewer
ugu ('otumittec mid that thu suuie bo
taken down at mice, to be paid for out
of tho sewerage funds. Adopted.
Tho Cemetery Committee reported
the sulc of four lot- in ()ak Grove
Cemetery. Deeds were grouted.
Tim application of certain .citizens on
llolliday street to Lavo main run down
that street without cost to tho city was
Tue Street t'ouimittco, to which was
referred the request of tuo Port Nor?
folk Electric Hnilway Company, to be
allowed a switch ou London street,
recommended that it be granted when
the electria road is in operation.
Application of Mr.-, Irwin to have
curb lines ou South street iu front of
her bouse altered, which was referred
to tho committee, was returned with
adverse report, Tho report was
1 he petition of H. E. Culpepper ot
als in reference to tho sidewalk on Co?
lumbia street, uetweeu Middle aud
Crawford, was returned from commit?
tee, which refused to act,
Mr. Owens moved that tho City At?
torney be instructed to proceed against
the bond of D, W, Watdroper for
failure to comply with his contract iu
sewering tho city. Adopted.
The election of member-- of tIjo
School Hoard for the First, Second,
Third, Fourth and Fifth Wards, was
the next business iu order.
Mr. Peed'- roipient Hint tiio First he
passed by until tho next rncoiiug was
granted. Mr. P. H. Owens was elected
Iroui tue See iu 1 Ward. Hy request
the Third and Fifth Wards were
passed over. Mr. P, D. Hamilton was
elected for the fourth Ward.
Mr. Coloua asked that the Finance
Committee be requested to make a re?
port OU tho purchase of a hook and
ladder and the building of a house at
the alms-house, next .Tuesday night.
Mr, Dunn asked for the uso of the
City Hall ou April 9th for tho purpose
of holding n bauju t of thu night of
Stonewall Camp Veterans' anniversary,
Mr. Friedlin asked that tue matter
of widening First street from Wythe
to South bo rsferred to the street Com?
mittee to make u report next Tuesday
Tho matter as sewerage was brought
up iu reference to the employment of
labor, etc. Tins oausetl considerable
discussion pro and ooo. Mr. Slater
vacated the chair and discussed the au?
thority of the committee in making
selections ol men, etc.
'?in. linn 111111111. Ii? ilekui tu these
< iiIiiiiiii? l min). Keep both ui'et
The in.Hi i- m i.i kod i p.
For somu yonts it ims been custom?
ary for the day police to go ou duty at
certain hours in winter, und the night
force likew ise in w iutei, An effort is
being made by thu day men to get tho
commissioners to onualize the hours
between tho force. The night men are
indignant und say thut wheu they work
long hours in cold weather they should
bu allowed thu benefit of tho short
hours in summer, and will protest
against the same. Past night the night
force had a meeting and decided that
tiioy would not do any duv duty for
any of tho day ofHoers who with to
get oil .luring the day ?
1 Bubjr carriages ut Crawford's.
Lancaster's are Saved From a Severe |
Drubbing by a Heavy Rain.
Tbo LaneaBters, of tbe Pennsylvania
State League, who won from Norfolk
on Monday, met tho locals at League
Park yesterday afternoon,aud although
tho weather wuh very i hruatuiiiug,
about 1300 people assembled to see tlio
?ume. Portsmouth took her usual ?rst.
u the second inning l'uhner and Vet?
ter were given their bases and Fulmer
brought in Portamouth's lirst score ou
Kuox's two-bagger. I i-t, i made
three in her half'by eome good hitting.
l>y a few onstly errors on tho part
of Mullen aud Knnx.tlm visitors added
two mnrs runs to their credit. The
boys tind no idea of heiug treutod as 1
thoir rivals across tho livoi add came |
iu with blood in their oyi -. and iu thu
fourth inning banged out (our ruus be j
foro throe mou were out. Lancaster
got a goose egg aud Portsmouth came '
in for a litilo ftin aud tin", got it. ^Zt I
In the tilth Mr, Oalluhou threw tho I
ball in and bang it wont out into the
Held, aud With six more runs, three]
meu ou bases, nud "Pop" I nto at the
bht, uud'nol a uinu out. the gttiuu was
brought to a close by u heavy ruiu.
Lunch pitched u beautiful game, not
giving a man hia base on I alls. He was
very steady and bad terrific speed.
The brilliant Melding, as on the pre?
vious game, was done by Hargrove,
Finke and Vetter, ill accepting several
very dtraoult chances in good style.
Below is tho score:
roi: i ?Mocrti. I i ? N. A-l i 11
ft It FOF. It'll PO I
ax.21?.l! -2 2 9lCnrcvj| . i -j n Ml
rf rove, Cf... 2. 2 2 VlScaGblil, II I 2 u I
in - , n ..'in Ol Kappel, 1. .. u l U
e, II.. <|1 I .1 SloiOiKh,2h ? 0 II 0
ike, ah. .11 o 2 lij.Mv. i -. Iii I ii I ii
ieb, H ? ?? ' 1 u OlMeKector.ol (? o 2 n
l-'uluier,I*.. ii I I niSiaflu? . u 0 ?_? u
Vetier', i . l o a M?valiwau,?.. i neu
Mullen, h ion iKvalnihta, |i i 2 n u
..Rl BV 1nni' US
. ?? I I 4 C?II
SuMMAitv: Lamed Huns?Ports?
mouth 3j Lancaster, 3; Two'base ft its
Knoi and Joaues, Cargo, Seabnld
und Kappel. TfarcQ-ba.se IJit -Seabold,
liases Stolen?Portsmouth, 8* Lancas?
ter, 1. Double Plays (iocl.muu,
Slouch aud Myere. Struck Out?By
Leach, 1; Callnhnn, '2. I'mpire??CJul
iahnu. Scorer?K. M. Watts.
Rudy ?i a Hra'M'tititl 'inn I ound.
Yesterday nioruing eoiiio colored
men found the body of uu tin known
colored mnu floating m Peters a
Iluod'a dock. Constable Ripley wub
informed ?f tho foot uud at once noti?
fied Dr. cico. W, Uaupin, the City
Coroner, who bad the following jury
summoned: John Cnlpcppar, Percy
Davis, Ceorgro Joyce, William Veltues,
Oscar Dashiolls ntid ('. II. Rugdee,
who utter viewing (ho body heard the
testimony uf a number of tuen who saw
the body ufter it floated in the ?lock.
Tho uiun was identified as .loo Norri
sou, ou oyatermau who lived in tins
.Uly, Ho ws* last ?-een nbuiit three
weeks ago. This time the jury after
hearing all tho testimony rendered a
verdict of accidental drowning,
llnillll III t ll III ri I llMlll.
Charles Easou, one of Norfolk coun?
ty's best known negro politicians, was
buried yesterduy. Charles at one time
held u big inllnenee among the colored
race. Ho was ut one time comforts
bly fixed in this world, but died very
lloit't rtli?? llaiaiinill'a llasiti lin st.
(iuuda Matin tow iJotna on.
Together wtth table linens end uii?>
kins, countermine.-. zephyr cloths,
towels, cheviot cloths, silkalcnes, che
nillo covers aud curtain soiiuis. liiese
prices uro positively for cash. Hum
mills, 320 High street.
How Harry Wach, a Wewanaper Man, Won
.MUi> Vuu, the SiuR.-r.
Tho story of how Ilnrry Wnok, the
newspaper man. won Mit-- YnW, tho
linger, is delightfully new. Mr. Wack
u-lls it himself. Sir. \Vack did not fol?
low the convoutiijual paths iii his lovo
; making. Ho struck out after an origi
unl limt hod-of his own. Mr. Wack met
Miss Yaw. He liked her voice, her per?
sonality, her spleudid mind. She asked
him to wiito some articloa on psychol?
ogy and similar subjects. fl> wrote
them. Bhe liked them so well that sho
proposed tlwt they exchange 100 essays
on Interesting topics. They did it
About thu time the essays Mure finished
?or before?thuy wero enguged. I
should like to ri tte' thoso ossays soriu
tim. Thuy would tell the story. 1 opino
that tho . first ones dealt with the sub?
jects in hand in a strictly scientific
fashion. Later on they oominonced to
tukn on tho blight tingo of love. 1 fan
oy I can see Wack writing essay No. i>::
with u tender li^ht in his eye. There
was a message in every linn. Wack
didn't coro about tho prosy subject ho
was fronting. Ho was tbiuking of tho
blight eyes for which the essay was in?
tended. Ktisuys I'*, i>0 untl It"1 must
have been complete lovo stories in tin m
Hero's to Wh.-k anil his essays. Ho is
nun of tlit? brightest young men iu litera?
ture, und it can US said uf bun that ho
has written the most powerful ussaya
of the- aye.?Atlanta Constitution.
Auatria'6 t i.ii.tnu... Trees.
It is said that the Protestant oaslom
of thu Christmas tree, which originated
in middle- Germany, was luti iduoed
into Austria by the Arohdake Albreoht 'a
mother, Princess Henrietta of Nassau
Wellburg, and that he himself was the
first Austrian child for whom such u
treo was decorated.?London Time*
? lie iBub mattes it* itptiin in laeae
luliiaiua t i-1.in,. Kreit tiuili .-yen
Wait for Hi.fheuuer's brauoli store,
! 22U Jiigh street. Famous' old ataud.
j puR'iNiriotiril * i?\ lie ? isi; ii ?:x i s I loinsnni in ,\ nviiii i?.i;*u:.\ im j I'uiitsiiiiiii 11 a i>vi:i?TinKitf KTtt*)
ROSEN BAU MS. | ROSENB?UM'S. | ROSENBAUH'S^
SPOT CASH BRINGS DOWN THE PRICE.
find wb pre Quick 10 Know How 10 Tieal Great Fiuciiases.
'IMJLlv RlSSUXVl? S Tin.* LVToflfel WontkMiu! Sellin.^!
Come, sec for yourselves. Wc repeat what we've said before. Much of our Good,
Clothing?half former prices, livery day wc licar the story?I nevei saw anything like
it. TODAY a Good Suit costs hut $5, $6.75 or $7.50. Mind you, Good Suit.
S7.50 for Black Worsted Suit.' It's the lowest notch yet. You'll
have nothing 1>ul the w alk for it trying to m itch it. Remember, there's reputation be?
hind every dollar's worth ol our 13lack Goods. Boys'Clothes ? Ready for Spring. All
the newest things known for boys now on display. Never saw such beauties?for half
what they use to cost* $ 1.25, $2, $3, $3.50and $4. Largest Boys and Young Men, $4 to $10.
GVL ROSENBAUM, 116 and 1 1 8 High St., Portsmouth.
V<;')od OPPQUT0NJ.TY foil a LIVB
Mav BavluK rai*eut|f pm-ubasod
ether hnsinof a interest, I dtairo to sell mv
boat net* known an the Soutii Portsmouth
Market. 611 Kourth street. Tin? business u
n?'II 1 stsbliebeil nntl has 1 -r? ? l well for nix
jr.ema. Vot further larticnJar*. ? all vr ?il
dr'ass a. M. ttOU? It l'AON.
mh:tl-:it Ml Fourth ufreet.
LOST Dlaeh and white Retter, with white
i tail. n?ewerH mm ot'Jip. Itewaril 1(
Ion nl High Piniol. ir.i-.ll Jt
1,'i'fiMli .' 1 ? ?1 11 1 im ?jtuated uii < elp ??! i4
I Irreet, lUlr Teei ci|.t ttubi kVa^dinatoii uroel,
30x11?. Tinas es .*? apply to Uttio t, Woof lroai
llattoii ilrtet. t'atk VI*?. ?pt-l?
Special For To-day.
Btaudard Oanuod Corn.
or 4 Ca DI for
?in. pound ol Qood Toe ami "J pound* of
(irauuiaieil s. j;ar for 3fle
QOna ilozen boxeHol Tailor Matchen lur 5o
Ktne Kreuch Bardluoi, Ute per ? an.
fi U o UUK Sunbeain Tlmir.
u. w. uuyoiNa .v co.,
hOj Craw ford street.
BtrtKLIIY BRItf S.
The fuuornl of Mrs. .1. .1, Edwards,
whose deuth w'as announced in yeater
dnv'a VlllOtNTAN will take place this
morning nt II o'clock from fJhestilut
Struet M. E. Ohni?b.
[lev. Mr. 1'ottn, pastor of South Nor?
folk Motbodiat Church, is conducting
a very i rite resting revival meeting :ii
that place during it.; ? week, tin is as
eistet! by hie brother, also of the Vir?
Mr. Win. A. Wajjuor who has been
?-* 1 the employ oi the G?mmer Compa?
ny for ihn past eighteen tiiutittie lias
resigned to accept a position in New?
born, N. tj.
Tim Vm held an informal meeting til
itbo residence of Mrs, ?. S. Baker on
Maple avenue last nie/bt.
Maj. 11. F, WoodhotibC continues
very ill ut her residenceou Main street.
Capt. Wood, of the ferry, is also
quite sick at bis residouco on Leo
Brings comfort und improvement and
t. '..i personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bel?
li 1 than others iitnl enjoy life more, with
It u expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
'the needs of physical being, will attest
ti.i- value to health of the pure litjllid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
It- excellence i- due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas*
.nit to the taste, the refreshing mid truly
beneficial properties of n perfect lax?
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches mid levers
ana permanently curing constipation.
It bos given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on tin- Kid?
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak?
ening tlicin mid it is perfectly tree from
every objectionable substnncc.
Syrup of Fftjg is for sale by all drug
?i-t* in 60< mil) ?1 buttles, but it is man?
ufactured by the California Pig Syrup
Co. only, whose name i* printed on every
package, also tin- name, Syrup of Pigs,
and being well informed, von will not
accept duy substitute it oilered.
DR. 1(1. CUR BY BURKHARD 3
:MALiI PERIODlCAt PltlS
t.AtW.\: l'v Bpecl .1 requi it rrorti pstli nt ?
; 11 illstuni'r. w. liu i'hii no! I'l isoually coiihi.ll
...... and l.Hii^ uuniiii- tn answer uu> uimit i >r
retpondenu. sncl furnltli m - in n notlee inn
.- uvfil lli I'l ru- i Ipl Ion. us used by nn- llllr
five years, have 1 in
?enten 10 prepare iiad
supply tu yon Ibla Un?
rivaled remedy 1 r r, ?
Tho nimm uf medical
ebetnlttry niii.iu?d iu
Hi . Iturli h.-ii d'?
!?. i ll. : I. ..I I'llU. .
Lxjij^-iiii: si 1 jr,:r. < * stronge
than .my ku.wi. incili
_ a.11.1 11,?1 iu- feeblest 1?? lake
in n >?.!ii perfect security; ret ie nawerruj
In IbSil rffti-ta tnut Uif) fun l.e ".?.(?!> cullnl
? Never-KStltng Ke?nuiuf. Haeb tiui con
uini ti.'iv pill*, with fun Ulrectloni enclosed.
Price, Kiv? L>"11 :irw p*r tiut. sr.t.l b] drug?
gists or sent t-r moil upim rft-fint of ?rlr?.
ilefuse ?11 patent medianes, l?k? only ihu
1 r. : pr-^i :i|-i,..i. .,1 i i.hvjil. i?n
I?r. M. ? i,i l.? llurUhaiHl. .lir i ItMe
?lull.i OMi-r i t Park Avenue, lininuiure,
Cut tbUout toi t inir? reference.
If you ^feel weak
and all worn out take
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
NEW DWELUN? IN PAIIK VIEW.
Bnvon rooms hi I bath room: 470(1 Ulli'
il.O'U on long tlinu.
JNO. U. WATSON.
N'oTiuk-th Tin-: ta\-I'a\kks Ok
Thu City Onllecloi i? niakiug out tli? Do
Itnquenl fax Mot lor I MM, as the law m
natroi ?rhlnh will bo presented to tlio Cit?
Council at its Anril mooting) Petaous who
hat.t |-.n.| Ibis t.i\ will ploaao romo for
v.tti'1 hii I Battle thu antue
It. a. IIUTOIIINS,
mr3|*3t City Collootor.
Vi\/ANTI I) I A v, 11,1 r .TO8EKVE WITH
>> DINNER ANH 801 PEII8 at their
roahlnnooa at small i oet. Jiv table will ho
supplied with tin- I o-?t in tut market, ?urt
all the oarlloal regotebloa, etc.. In aeaaou.
Terma renionable by woek or mouth
I.HV. VltD BJI M l.,
910 Water street.
Keild po-tal or call at thr> above address.
Wo desire to. all the titteiltloil of our
fr.onii- and the pubtloaganprally t ? our new
I im! of Silk i.ml Wo 1 Sprlhg Do a Bultiiige.
et 2 ami 10.lOiita per y.ir.l. These Kabrlea
sro'83 pel cent,loss iiinuovei before OtTered.
itl luoh forges, in Ida k and colors, at 50
beut? per yard. !|B and IW Incli Karges Hen?
riettas, .Storni S. rgee, et. .. 30 and ? J. routs
per ya d
\ beaut In! tine of Eni'ii v Wooded*. &C
inches it do, in cents net yar I.
i.otidy inrtt.i sin.? for dresses and ladies
walat,,!0cents per v r.l.
\ mil liu. or It. Prnatlry? Dlaok Dress
flood* in plain and lignre'. ate,
Anotlni case oi tho:o large Marselles
Quilts, "ei.l'J . entM o ioh, worth twice the
vVn have cheap st well made Ladio*'
Muslin llurierwear in the city.
Accuta for lililtorwick's hittorna
W. C. NASH.
?Ja'J Ut^h Ktroet.
Michigan Early lloae lor abed, slid l.ur
t anU'i ror eatilig. Will nuload TIIIU I Satur?
day i MUlt.NINti. to be mil.l ohonp hy
'I HI. 1". t HltOOKH i t>,
Mar.hKth. Hit ami 1 I I High stroot.
31 WHAT PICK!
EAGLE, - - - $100 0<*
WHAT a LOVELY TRIO TO select
FliOM. FINEST BICYOLE8 ON the
I ARTH. ?B-80LD ON EASY payments.
LARGE bTOOK OF BASEBALL U00D3.
SFEC'Al IHDHCEMEaTMO MM,
w. N. While s Gun and SpoAIng House,
103 Hltill STREET,
PORTSMOUTH, - - ? VIRGINIA.
1 ighty-Avo n iiiruonioiiB and well fnr
nUbed Komm. I'ttriure, Private Ladies' Eu
Iran 'i Kil l evory eonvoiiiouce.
I ;;, n i t cati n i mill elief recently eu.
i;ngiill T ihle unexcelle d.
HATES?-ill ?ml ?2.60 por day; ?30 and
Upwards pur month. Excellent hutel for
i.1 oil u.i.i:k or the maiiket, james
F t. whitehl'ust, enbjeot to Dsnie
tratie primary. mh'J8-tf
iv- PfilCKLY A3H, POKE ROOT
Erin Blood Poison
f?? p. p. t'. j^riinu the blood, bailda up
ty, . the weak aud uuoilttati'd, gives
!T ni.-"--iigth tn weHfceiivd. DNVMi otpols
P? ? dl le i?os.giving the pKldat boaim-und
Hv- - b-.i.iiiuhis wh.?V> .-douuos*, Rl'iumy
^ f.dk ' and htuUnda lirst i r. vailed.
jr For prirr.i.tj .-?onr.d-iry and tertiary
zl eypuiiti-, for hit >/d BO|*?>nlB|t, n.erru
IV? rial poison, malaria, dyspepsia. Bad
?tr in ,;i blood aad sklu diseases, into
Z~ lolotohea, pimples, old chronic ipoara.
* tetter, aeald baa*, Imlis, eryslpnlas,
- eczema a o ii.hy say,, withoiic four of
a*"-* contradiction,tnnt P. P. P. la the beat
p?? ? blood purifier in in? wurid.nnri makes
ft,. pokltlea, sfjoedy unOTiurumaenl euros
? In..ii caeea.
r>?? ?'.."ii ?. ?
^ I.....;., s will ?ili rna ar.i puliedied
1 M..1 irh'.a" blbouls lu hq Impure oouala
(;--- t! a. doe (oiriKtistrual Irregularities,
? era?eonllarly benenteq hv tbn won
a*"-* .) ii ? nd blooucloanstnjr prop
e*_ ort Its ol P. p. P. -i-rlokly Ash, Poke
ROOt ii!.. 1 l'..tu?*lu.f\.
E??? liPitts ii'iKi.i., Mo., Aug. 14tb, 1693,
Z. ? 1 can swjk In the bliebest iirnis of
" your medicine from ruy own personal
U knowledge. I waaaneetee) with heart
disease, plenri-y and rlu-uinstlsm for
? ;i;, years, WSs tronti-d li.v the vcrv host
??, pnj ill luio. mho spent hundred-. ofdol>
" Iiir-, tri.id every kOOWn ruuiodv w ith
B>?? out thid'.m; rslief. I liuvi" onl) taken
?. on., bettle Of your P. P. P., and can
~ cheerfully s .y it has done me more
\H? Ei od than anything I hsvo over taken.
I rsn 1 ecommend your modlclna to all
*??* sofferera ..1 rim ;,!...v.i disease*.
>- - M119. U. M. If GARY.
' BprlDgftald, Cireoh County, Mo.
and Kidney Troubles
? ?i*teSisu?wiwl\?iSfc?'?ffVii.nljai.?^*' *m1m
Avl- enuVeljy reMoteuby /.Pd*.
-PrleUv Aan, Poke nobt o?a.PoSaa
nlum, tun greatest blood phi'Del oa
j ABBltnEKK. O.. Jnly 2t,iaQlv^ ?
ntBSjaa Lu-i-man Knos.. Harunnsh,
Oa. : IMiAKflius I bought ahattiaot
your V P. P. at Hot Springs. Artt.,and .
it has .l.ino mo more g'lo.lfljiinUh reo
rnuulbs' truaiweupnt the Hut upriuifi. '
nend .throe bottles cv <>. I). .. ? ?
Respectfully yours, -to;
. JAS. M. NEWTON.1 Hi'
Aberdeen, Brown County, (X ^ .
Cnpt. J. I). Johnston. <
To all trhom it may ronetrn: I here"
bv-ramify to the wpn.lorful pransrtle*
P. 1>. for ?rupt(on? of the Skin. 1
cd for -.uvoral yaurs with sn ?n*
nightly ?uJ dtaajatreasble eruption on
suflorisd for lavoral yaurS
tly ?uJ iiis5i,-r.;uat)li<'t...i...v-?
iny.fau^. 1 tried ?vory knownreme*
.ly but In Tain,until P. P. P. was used,
and Am now entlrulv cured.
(Sl?Dud by; J. D. JOHNSTON.
' jii-.in Cancer Cured.
Testimony from the Mayer o<St]\iln,Ttx*
Sbqcim. Tar.. Jsnuiry 14,1S93.
Maaaaa. IdeetiAN Baoa., savunn?h,
Qn. 1 Iii itttmm?1 hnve triad your P.
P. p. for a disease of taaakln, aanslur
known as skin canoer.oTKfcflrtj yeurs*
bt.noling, and found gruat rulivf: It
purifies the Id".11I and removes all lr
rltatlon fr.nn thu seat of (M'diaaaae
nml ru-i'Veut-i anv spreading of tba
liorx. I hnve tsken >:.r tU bottles
iinri : sei confident thin another course
will ?ffnet a euro. It bus also relieved
ion from Indigestion and atoaaon
troublus. Vonrntruly, _
OA1T. -W. M. RUST,
Attorney at taw.
Book on Bleed Diseases xoiiei Free.
ALL PKUOOI8TS SELL IT.
The Cause of Headaches
t an. in many taa h. be t a od to wca, eyes Xho oontinued
muscular strain ou the eye should he relioysd by properly
a,I nstod Klsssr.s.
if) DH. C. S. ELLIOTT, the Oculist,
' ./ w 11 bei at Oieeuwood's Jewelry Slore. 158 Main strast, Nor?
fo.k. V?? on Titi HdDAV oi i.,vcii WEEK to examine eyas
and 101 not glasses.
tCKSUliallOll rfifcL * AND CHARGES FOft BUSSES mm*