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m. WElNHERU'S, Wl church ilrae!. ?a'l-at*
"VtfANTED?i x e leuifd livly (ashler for retail
Ii clothing-t-irc; inuit hsve l> -i of refer-uro?;
Soue otberi need apply. Ii. W.A..cnre Vi-ninljii
BOARD ari> ROOM wantedfor nah und wir.-;
IIIU t IV lie? r I" l ? i 11 s . |K>|t Oll llf d'y. Ad
draaa, fia lag >aio p r ?eck. viilch uiuil Im rea?
sonable, ?'SAXON,'' cu oot Yiigiuiau. sjl-if .
U?mT.T7l in'.? NEW ?WANT F. D -Act Iveni? nw ?7i
0 ntuell capital tu control ?nd Maua?,?, l'orltiuu
1 Ulm: und uther v. udm.- Machine, big im nw
to light pa-lv. Apply to AUTOMATIC ma?
ch INK syndicate, 35 Frankfort street. New
IITANTKD- An i i'llitcut ?uil Induatmus young
11 nil' i with nl, ill (330 iii WlW lo take all ill
t>mt in m ??> J pa>Inn I n Iocs- Work i- Iuim
nud clean, Cr?' das* re ,r.-u o uiv-n nud rcu,ulreJ
Address "CA IMTAL," care Vir lulaii.
S')r. HEW a ill'? 1. si tic mil, lihir al ? ran
View or Norfolk, a tlOOnole, Kinder will
receive 123 reward u letuineJ to "W. 1 .," core
POSITION BY EXPERT ACCOUNTANT ANl>
i oookkvepor; AI uiauagerand ?11 around ou?l
ne.t mm ol expci ieuodt lie*! reference*. Address
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WANTKD-S > flsMLN.?i.uergcli ? men to m.11
IV (tools "j sample iii bun e. i r ir.ivi I: easy iellai;
staple goxli; ib rnl salary or good iouiuil?tlou
Address f i . lux 111X1. New Kork! iiy.
au30-l b >a 261
\\f AN I ED?Travelug salesman lor Virginia
ii ln.de: only ctametciil parlie . Addtcu
"HARDW W.l.'.ar.- IM N. tau in: a root. 11a
t more, MiU uuuj-2n*
'ANTED?Ao rxwrlcn.1 bushflmau. A.l
dre-s TAI LOU SHOP, t' i-i utlici. au2?-i i
"It* ANTED- A yootbol poo I n .11?.?er and habits,
ll who I* a good coilictoi ? ii- ? good baud
tin i um malic liluitcli generally umAiI in an of
lii e one who has tome kau? ledge oi u aums and
I vpcwrillog preferred: uitit-l I'lii-u good rcfereiicta
A.care Noi . k Vir laian. ?u2'-ll
ANTE" An eiperlinicd Clothing Sabmobm
Address CLOTH IN .. ihn othc ? eu2--i!
"\\ tu un ?Mit inacbinv. A pply al Ocen
l.u'i <lrv. aiHg-lf
ANTED A Ilm -els i fan, y Iron ami utaicbt r.
A 'Biv ut He . u View Laut drr. a iltMl
I v ANT PIVE KXI'Mt^KNCED l?l ILDiNU
J aa t Loin Solle tors ?rll aci|uaiiited In Norl Ik
?n l allstem ?nw Will Bay salary with com
i ?sinn Ca I on V. >l, I'Aiin.ni Atlantic Hotel,
N iful., between 1 and I p. nt. au4-tl
HAKiNEll WANTED 10 ESTAKI.ISII ELEC
I TUICAI. INDI i i KV?A thorough urarlical
eleitrlcal in.ii.cvi (gtaduateol one el the leadiiig
i tilvvr-iti' -' at piescnl Mi|arniieui!inl "l iai^e
w irkn In the I a t, hintan some capital, ilesliei to
i3?o lalt i intselfwith i aiati loiuatatidlng tap! al.
? uslnnei nbilltj nu i nclsl ?I u i nj ?ii b a t ie? to
in .iiv in Sot folk, for the p ip c ot astablisMlac
an i des loplua: ilw ?? ? It leal lud ry hi it ? > .n i
t?rmt* Hceteiite., iktllis ol itttnintation. c
?-;. ml be Ii rnlsh'.il H coiresponding with 1'
B.,eereol Vlig niau ollhe jyj.t-tn.r.,s.i
? ENTS-Ouclu each county. In tak.Iir- by
santpe; null) t audit J sells at sli;lii; koo<1
ssdaty; stiui lei an,I psilluulara ?ant |t? ..|>er h|m
pllcanl Addresi with itauin. I?. 0. Ilox 125, New
A OfcK'IS make iS dally. M irrelons ||ivet>tlou.
j\ ! ? tmls o l 2 tnti sold in a'l o ire. Sample
Ba led KHEE. KOIISIIKI a: M AKIN, Cini Innatl.O.
Hl'KCl At. Nli rK.'KM.
?\T10HT SI IIOOI.?Tbeniglil Ions ofth. No -
1> i..IL lliisltieed ' ollrh'- win i>, 4iii Mouday men.
ii |! SepUmtcr ;Mb, al 7 nclick. TboiO tgh In
klractlou in booktieeplag, ih riband, lenmuau
? hip,i)-p. writing,etc Botii sei?*. Sluteuts taught
11, J l v. <l ii a Ij. >u *lw
I'OlMi A I'arasol un Windsor areuue, tiwu r
1 an g t -am? by mUlti,; at No. 121 WilllUol
j i i-l Vtaterday ?Uerooon, between i'l me
Xi lie i, out Ii ich, auu the e rncrol Main an
i Hiik tirevts, au open face small Hold Watch und
Cham. S iital'ie ivaaid will be paid ii left at tufa
U lli V.W KXullHirAN'l llV'l- OF INSU
it r.mie M ney aared ly losurlnx with tin
l.oyi. i ui I.) Hit, |a?tsi nrtii-. imi
d wealth of our Lloyds over lllti nit lion Ia>, ??
paid ?i ho .i .,u. i ll 'Y ? AltKlN Jk CO., Age ts.
go Main ?lteel. Noil..Ik. V.. sel-lw
Or ,'Mn l:l W?HD TO ANY ? HO t AN KM II.
?..>. "U Ml lilt QKEAT HINDOO A
IUM has located al 221 tat Main Sil el.
She ?i I kelp, aid ami tails! yon in every way.
i he al I tell you lotir aiotbtra fijll name heiofe
bei uiarrlsge. t.'all lorlhe next I n days at i ?
above Hin?ber. Kee, f,0t; il, S2 to s?. atlltt Im
O' ? , |i ii i T' i l.l Nli .,t i, [? r .phi mi .in real es
O l.l" 11 m il IN & TOM LIN, Ac demj
ui Musi. t,..i i.ii.. jllUt-tf
-I i lal ol Un?
box \\ Indus Linen,
box: In Ii Liueil me |u.i .1 or | a . i au tnvel
c aatouiauhai -9euboi;. Allan Marcus Ward's
In- goods I n>e !??> wltb r?ch Los. NUS
HAl u> i.'- Ma n str.'.l. Norfo I, \ a.
NEW FACES U???K?A??
ina Blemlahes.lq ISO p. book for a stamp
?lohn 11. Woodburj-, I.'; w. 13dSI ,N. Y.
liivenlur t?l WuvHlbur>'s t'ui:iul rioap.
La in ks i aChlchetlor'a Cnarljih Penayroyal Pills
V'-'',"??=?'? i.ire the Beat.*-.-. ".
! '. .", ^e>,.ufP Mall. Kl ?raaglMa.
_ ..' ?'.?-?tt-r (.hcuilcal Co., Tbllada., 1'u.
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PRESCRIPTIONS "Z^l*. cT,i
Dro^s, Talent Medicines, Toilet Artlo|?
aKnrs and Tobacco. W. ft PHILUPS, 2?
U air at rent. aaSO
liNfiEltTAKEU and EMBALMEK,
J. N. JONES.
OfflcelSOand roldeui? H? Cumberland street
Ailoi.ieis promptly alttoded to.
S Uli Stil.
toil SALE -Two uice residence on Boush street,
T onekr.ck and one frame; also thrte vcrj deal
ral ic ot- on \\ llloiigbb) iivciiue; Braiiibletou. W.
M ii aNN.MI. Kcal i.-late Agoni.Virginian l.uitd
lug, Commetce sireet. s?l-l?
I' ir. S Kl.k A Brst . lau reslib lie "a I'ank street
.1 i t i en Washington and Cove, I'bl* proper!t
1- io < desirable lor iu epleudld lea at Ion within
easy act ess lo b -Ines?. AddrcM " ItESIDENCE,"
tar.- Virginian. itel-ll
IXllt.SALE A part or a'I of Heecb litove h'arni
(-Hi acres), neat Kenirsi He I'rlnccta Anne
county. Also rent rliare ol com ciop, household
!nini un', hay, At Pail possession uow. oilier ou
or I, lor.- lal January. i-'?. Apply to N E 1^
MAN, Kampvvllle, or J. V. LKIUli. 1 Hank
strut. Norfolk. jy.'.o
K RENT D siiaMc Hat, ?2 ll?It ilrcct; i I
eru cotivsnletice'. Anpi> u i premi ea si t U'
A i'lriin ismi tsian|tl? ?teaisoii nkfi
liucuiibO MrH. Hapliel ih ko\ur out of
OiuiueHH, hu- routed Iter store uut ami
rniltl her fixturefl is w isv blio in geiliug
lier stuck u( r-li.-? ut oust, uinl in tuuxt
iustances lesa tbau oost. Thuv luiint
Lu run! at ciuuio piice. lvoiuombor tiie
110 Clmrch streot, cor, I'lnu-.o s!r.eH
tin ciiii'i >eii in un-.: Hei??? coat,
Hin our Prices Ar?> nn i.i?vv u?
l^,uliua' Tat Tip Oxford. '2[ to 8 . 88o
li.ailios' Tau Oxfords, 2j to . lit
/ 1. tulies' Carpet Blippera* itoT.... 20o
Meo'sTeuuia Oxford?, ii to S. :ir>e
Mini's 1 oti his Haiti, U to 1(). 45o
Uoys' Teoois Bali, 2 to C. -lOo
Uuya'Taa i'oiutod H?ls. Kl}. '.nlo
ilnys' 1 nn Pointed Half, 'S to?.... 98o
?ELi.i.ii's One PsifiB Bhok ?roitr,
?10 lituk streot. opp. CuurtboudO
Swinging Into the Home Stretch at
a Tremendous Pace.
They Have Won Thirteen Out of the
Last Fifteen Played. The Poor
"Magicians" Feel Their Heavy
Hand. Other Games and
Notes of the Diamond.
THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES.
Norfolk, 3; Boanoka, 2.
Lyuobbnrg, iiH: 1'ortemouth, 0".
Peteraburg, 11} Kichtnuud, 4.
Wlturo Hi. (JltlbS riii. lo-ilm.
HllBNUIlv In tNorfolK.
I'm i? in ii ii hi in LyncltltiircTa
Fclurkbiiru In It iclimoiid.
Manning of Ilm I Inb*.
Won i.O't Per Cent.
Kichiuou.l. 70 43 .01U
Lyuchburg'. ti? ' 44 .6WI
Portsmouth.. oh 'Oil- .1*4
Norfolk. 62 63 Abl
Petersburg. 60 ti:l .443
lto?uoko. 4H ti? .431
'1 hone who took tho trouble and titno
to vi, it League park yesterday after
uuuu to witness tho game between tho
homo olub and tho Boanoke's, folt
amply repuid for their expenditure and
expressed themselves us glad of heiug
prosvut. It was a tuuguiticuut exhibi
tion of the American pastime, and the
possibilities, attraction aud intricate
beauties of tbu p.un.c, has seldom in
this city been in moro competent
bauds. The "Magicians" hailing from
the "Mugio City" of Hoauoke, kuow
tho game uud uro oxuerts iu all that
pertuioH to it. They are Meet of foot,
have good judguieut, ami cau hit the
apheie with a grcaler degree of cer?
tainty thau the average minor league
Besides nil that, they wurk well to
gather, ami apparently there are uu
petty jealousies underlying their work.
Each and every man is a stur iu his
particular position, and everything
that com; b wit.au the scope uf possi?
bilities is, barring acoidcuts, gathered
iu by them. tint they generally
etriko "a tiuug" when tboy reach Ibis
city. Whether they have a "hoodoo'1
here or not it is hard to say, Cut it iu
a fact that the yeuorul public
hud au idea thut ufter goiug
to Hictimoud and taking three gutuc*
in succession, und that easily, in face
uf tho faot that they played in Bich
uiond, ihey would come hero to tho
"city by tho sea" and have what tho
rooters call a "cinch,'' but thuy were
uiooly fooled. They met in tho Nor
folks a rejuvenated, ur if you please,
u now team, not that uiauy change ?
had taken place, but thut tho youug
men who compose the personnel of the
club hu.i at last awakened to the fact
that they weio expected to play ball,
aud good bail.
What has been the remit since the
resurrection, so to speak? Why, iu
tho last Ufteeu games played, tho
"?.'latus" have succeeded in winning
thirteen of them. Ih uut that sullicieut
to inspire cou?dcuco uud a renewal of
enthusiasm among tho peoplo of Nor?
folk? It has, und there aru u sullicieut
number of ??crunks" who uro so deeply
in love with the teuui that they bo
lieye tbey will not only cntuu iu uuder
the wire third, but will make one of
the most remarkable showings ever
made by any team, that ih when the
circumstances and the late position of
tho team is taken luto consideration.
Weeks tossed tho sphere for the
"I'Iuuib" aud "Foxey" Try did the
same for the liounokoa.
Both of these gentlemen performed
in a highly satisfactory uiiiuner, iu
fact mo evenly matched were they, that
it mis a matter of considerable com
moot aud speculation as to which
would finally inn-rgo from tho cloud of
battle, victorious. Foxey lined them
iu with ull uf the skill uud precision of
au old veteran, followed by \\ Belts,
who proved to be bis equal and so
effective were they, the opposing
knights of tbo bat and ball were in a
sea uf perplexity, bewilderment aud
doubt, when they sought to luu,i on
tho delusive leather, Six hits were all
either team could gut, und but for
"Foxy" lotting u bpauldiug glubo graze
for a moment ou tho bosom of 1'op
Tale's shirt, the two clubs would, in all
probabilitv, have played a tie game, as
the score was H to '1 in favor of Nor
folk at the linish,
1 he features of the game were the
battery work aud clever tieldiug of
euch team. "Old Soldier" .1 mines'
"two baggers" aud "Pop" T?te not
getting u nit.
The score follows:
IUI PO K It II POK
Mil s 3b.o o 2 I <lieier, if. e u 2 u
tl'llaaaa.Sb... u u i OLVowis, ?<;... u u 2 0
t'urcoruu.sa.... 1 i uhlabl rf _ 0 0 2 1
Ian-. Ii. I 0 7 0 1, Ilk, II,. 1 lit a
Tborulon, ef.. l 3 -i OlpaUdeu, 2b... I 2 2 I
tiller, ii .01 l O'CatanSugb, 3b 0 U I (I
.Iimii, s. n. u 2 u OlWeirb, e ... .023 11
< oce.c u 0 10 u w ilitauis, if... 0 1 u n
Wiek., |i. u ii 0 i?,l rjr, |i.u 0 0 0
I Total.3 ? 37 l| Total.~3 f.'M 2
?Wecke ont ou lufieltl By,
scorn by l.'.mm.-.
Norfolk. U Ii a 1 0 2 0 0 u - :i
Koanoke.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2
Summary: Famed Buns? Koanoke,
1; Norfolk, -'. Two Huso Hits?Oor
eorau, Goior, Joanes, 2; Williams.
Base on Balle?Oil Fry, oil Weeks,
1. Hit by Pitched Bull Tale and
Padden. Struck Out -By Fry,:'.; by
Weeks, 7. Fussed Ball?t'ote. Wild
Fitch -Fry. iSacritleo illits -Lewis,
Oayanangh. stolen Bases -Thornton,
Paddou. Left ou Bases?Norfolk, 7,
Rounoke, 7. Umpire- .Mr, Bailoy.
i he Poor. ?i flayed t.aiuu ot tin
ltv Southoru Associate i Press.
Lynciiburti, Vo.t Hoptouibcr II,?The
genie of buHcbull to day at l'.ivormoui
Fork does not deserve ranch attention.
It was of tho celestial order, so far as
the "Truckers" had auything to do
with it. They could not hit nor field
uor do anything that first-class ball
players are expected to do. They
broke tbo season's record iu tbo error
column, having thirteen demerits
niarkod up agaiuut thorn, Ilad not
Masou purposely eased up tbuy would
have tuado but two ruus all told.
Lyuobburg played a snappy game,
giviug tbe audience tbn worth of their
money. Nothing could stop them at
tbo but. Tbey banged liraudt all over !
tho lot and out of it, too. The latter
is regarded as a- stroug pitcher, but
the only redeeming feature of his work
to day wus the good-natured way iu
which he took his tarritio punishment.
It would be a tedious busiuess to ex?
plain iu detail bow tbe rues were made.
Ou Lyuohbiirgs Hide it was fireworks
and music from start to finish. Tuny
oottld have made forty runs us easily us
they bunged out twenty nine.but night
wus coming ou and tho buys were tired.
The uppouded score tells tho pathetic
rORTSMouTU. I LvacitecBO.
it It l'o Kl It II PO t:
CavllIcK. 0 o l ?lUrrryklll, ::l>. -j 2 0 0
< I11I.I-. it. 0 ii '.? u| l.l lib v. H I I U I
Maugun. IK . e 11. I rbouibsou, If I S 2 0
I Har*,rove,cl'... 2 2 :< I Pleok, lb ...8 2 1 I I
Hail, a. 0 2 2 * tfclntrro 2b.. ? ?"? 2 "
I ten it. 11, I ? 2 I 1 0! Ferguson, rl 2 I 2 ?
Hal 111.111. if...] I 2 OSiiiltli cf... .1 :l 2 o
W.l ir, <?. I S 1 I Kirlrii..2 I "
II an I:. U 0 I U ? Mateu, |.2 2 U U
Total... ti 10 27 1J! Tutsi .2S JS
Si oar. r-? ins s?,s.
P rtsmotttb. 00000 * 1 32 ??
L.r 1, Iii, irg. II 2 I '?? 13 3 4 0
Hi'MMAitv: learned Ruus?Lynch
burn, It!; Portsmouth. 4. Two llase
Hitb?Mclntyre, Hargrove, Katl'ert,
Vetter, 2; Leahy. Halimau. IJerrybill,
Thurstou. Throe Hate Hits?Hattert,
Brandt, Plook. Home I'.uus?Berry
hill, Mclntyre, '2; Barg rove, Double
Plays ?Hall aud Maugau. Struck Out
?By Muaou, 4: by liraudt. U. Base
on Hails By Mason, 2; by Brandt, -1.
l-ycii tin- I.h uii'i Mm Irum I lie
liy Southoru Associate I I'i.-hj.
Richmond, Va., September ?The
locals could not but dames effect)vely
to day, while tbe I'etorburgeis si cured
thirteen bita oft' Kuorr'a delivery, in
chiding four baggers and ,n home run
by Lipport uud tbo game. 800re:
It If k
Hie 1,1,1 oml ... 0 1 'J 0 u n 11 1 0- 4 7 b
1 utursburg.7 0000020 \? :> 1:1 0
butteries: ?illen, Knurr aud Foster;
James aud Kecfer.
'Stau Natioual i cuuuu 1: antes.
At New York?
it 11 K
New I'ork.1)1 0 tl II II 5 0 X? ti 12 4
t In a,;o .ii 0 It (I 0 ti19 0 1? 3 I) 1
Batteries: Meekin and Parrel);
Butcbisou aud Kittridgo.
K Ii B
lo Ln .4 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0? 7 10 4
Li ICH uati. ooitiooao ??l? 17 1
Batteries: Stoukdale, Nicholds, Do
lau und fJaoEel; Hbmos and \ augi.au.
I At Philadelphia ?
h h B
Philadi Iplnn. J :t 0 ? U 2 ? 1 1 - lu 13 :i
l'ltt?hlli? .11111100033 0? 6 S 4
Batteries: Taylor and Clements; Hurt
H 11 B
Baltimore.3 0 0 o I 0 1 0 \? n 10 1
I 81. Lo ds. u 2 0 0 u 0 u 1 ?? 3 'j 2
Latteries: MoMahoU und Robinson;
Breitausleiu and Ottou.
I At Waslnuglou?
? n k
Washington.. 2 1 0501000- 9 in :t
Louisville. 0 10 2 0 13 1 ii?17 21 1
Batteries: Anderson and McUuirc;
McDeriuott, Weyhiug and Spioi.
It II B
VVashiliatOii. .0 0 0 0 0 0 2? 2 7 2
Louisvibe.00)1011 1? 6 8 0
Batteries: Boswell aud MoGuiro;
Weyhiug and Wuruer. Called, dark
A ten PIcKlipw mill (lot I.Hu r?.
Atlanta wou tbo Southern League
The "Farmers" batted Giileu out of
the box in the first inning.
Portsmouth only leads Norfolk "J:
points, while Blchiuond is just ^:i
points in advauco of Lyuchburg.
Tom Turner has expressed u dusiro
lo umpire the past season games be
tweeu Norfolk ami Portsmouth,
Muuagcr Dick Paddeu protested tho
gamo yesterday and it seems he bus
good uud substantial foundation lor his
Orth is winning golden laurels in
Philadelphia. The Quaker City papers
speak iu tbe highest terms of praise of
Fuller, the "Truckers" third lm6o
mail, joinen thut tuuiu in Lynchburg
yesterday. He didn't carry them any
Why is it, that Bichmond has nut
been compelled to put up with uuotll
ctal umpires us the rest of tho League
Skiuuy McCann drifted iufo town
vosterday aud witnessed the game. H *
is still playing with the Hampton oluu
on tho Peuinsula,
Chris Vouder Abe, of tho St, Je. hi
Browns, said roceutly that ho would
not givo up Kissinger and a nut bag ior
Bnsie aud Meekin,
What Lynahburg did for Forts
month yesterday is cuough to give tho
most ardent "rooter" a case of tbe
deepest ludigo. "BIuoi" ain't iu it.
Johnny Foreman cauuot be ludttced
to go into tho box to pitch in ttie same
game in which he would ho pitted
against his brother Frank with Cincin?
nati, aud Frank declines to otiiciato
ugauibt Johnny, Brotherly love is a
strong feature there.
Mct'loskoy wants to buy Corcoran.
He lias telegraphed that player to muot
him in Baltimore Mr. O'Neill says
be would rather have Corcorau tbau
tho money offered by Louisville, but
Iibh given tbo young man his choice,
stay hero or become a "Colonel."
One or moroof the Riehmond papers
are calling on tbo faithful to gather in
largo numbers to "root" saying that
their services aro uuodod. They uro
also clamoring to have the "rooters"
who "root" for visiting teams excluded
from the grounds by raising the prioe
of admission to the right field bleaoh
er . How is this for Richmond. Ts it
nosaiblo that after baviug evorythiug
her own way sbo is jot dubious of
winning tbe peuuuut. Tbo idea of
being so babyieh'as to want to exolude
from I bo ground-; tboBO who do not
"root" for tbe "Blue BirdB." Oue sut
of "rooters" bare as uiuut privileges
us auotber, aud if "rooting" is allowed
in any form why those who pay tbeir
mouey take tbeir choice aud "root"
A special from Lyucbburg last uight
stated that tbe Lyuchhuru Club could
have made forty runs as .easily as they
made tweuty-uiue oil Brandt aud the
baiuocu of tho "Truckers" whoghold
the record for ragged tieldiug, thirteeu
errors being charged to them,
i A team owned by a Petersburg to?
bacco tlrm will be uiadu up out of ma?
terial from the Virginia Statu Leugne,
to be managed by 1'oui Turner. Tho
team will go South, play a series of
games in Atlanta duriug the Kaposi
! tum, und eventually work iLs way to
I Cuba. *
Orth is fortunate iu having such a
slriug of good hitters behind hint to
I help iu winning hin games. He is
something of a hitter himself. His
Hang li out aud suilhugly good uuturod
fucu, when ho is iu u tight box, helps
aud encourages his teum to consider
tbo game as theirs.
The Southern Leugne season closed
yesterday and we may auou oxpcot to
ecu tbo players from some of tho clubs
drilling Norlhwutd. it would not be
u bad idea for Portsmouth to
btrcuglheu up with such desirable
material as may drift this way, or third
place may go a glimmering,
McOatin arrived iu Portsmouth yes?
terday from Lyucbburg, and loft for
Baltimore last night, whore he joins
the Louisville team. Ho says ltrcuuuu
is acting very dishonest in his deal?
ings with tho "Truckers." lie is uu
uther sample of somebody's eleguut
choice of umpires.
It is ceiluiuly amusing to read the
ltiobtnoud papers aud sue what they
havo lo say about Richmond becoming
a member of tbo National League. A
Natiouui League franchise costs 825,
<luU, then besides expenses attached uro
ot such a nature that llichmoud would
uol support u tongue club, 1 boy bad
u club tbut wus not u winner lust seu
sou uud o\er body kuows how woll it
was supported until it leguu to make u
shown - The same thing would fol?
low, only iu a much greater degree, if
they had u Natiouui League team.
They could hardly hopo to have u
winning team at tbo start, if cvor, so
Dusobull would soon l>o u dead sport iu
that city. Either thai or they would
bo clamoring again >or admission iuto
the Virginia League, which is fast
enough for them.
A nice question uroso yestorday af
tut noon bat ween Copt. Dick Puddcu
aud Umpire Hurry Huiicy which ib in?
teresting. Fry was ut the bat, two
men out in last inning, two men ou
bases. Fry bad hit a foul, when 1'addeu
wanted to substitute Viox, who bud
not been iu the game ou account uf
a sprained foot or ankle. Mr. iiuiloy
said no. "Pop" T?te said no, Fad
dc-u entered ti protect, und i 'apt. Pud
den was right, us the following rule
j will bhow, tho first section ot which
e.jetks of a sufllc:ent uumbor of pla>?
ore being ou the ground in uniloim,
aud then follows tbo following, which
iiui.e 27. bbc, 2.
"Auy such player may bo substitu?
ted at anv time by either club, but no
player thereby retired shall thereafter
participate iu the game."
This settles tho o ontroveray.
"Dick" Paddcu had a kick coming, us
a hit at that stage ot the game meant
' u victory for his team, \vhut will bo
I the outcome uf his protest remains lo
j be aecu,_ _
I'u in ii in iout. Itecctved.
NoitTii AmehioanReview.- -Tho Sep?
tember number has boon received from
ttio publishers, Now York. Iis con
tents embrace tbo following papers:
"Why Women Do Not Want tho Bui
lot," " I'ho Education of tho Blue
.lucket." "The Christiun Fudeavor
Movement." "Clip Conditions and
Prospects," "Petty Tyrants of Venice,"
"The African Problem," "On Reviving
BiibiuesB," "Tbe Cuban Situa ion,"
etc. Price, 50 cents.
Mi Ci.i ia s. ? The September num
ber is very interesting. It contains
the following: "Will li. Low and His
Work," "Tammany Fuder John
Kelly," "(iartiold's Bide ut Chica
muugu," ''The Susqtiebanna Express
Robbery," "The Valkyrie.1 "The In
Cent Magazine," "i'bu Defence of tho
American Cup." Price, 10 cents.
The Review oi Reviews.?The Sep
lembor numbei is to baud, Amoug its
features aro "Tbo Electrical Outlook,"
"Industrial Niagra," "Value 1 ' |
Weather Forecast to Agriculture o d
inland Commerce," "i'ho Pastor u
Politics," "Archbishop Croke, ol Ira
laud," international curtoous, Price,
t.tv torn Illicit HttrUil.
t)V Southern Associate' Preea
New ion.., September :i. ?Peaches
and watermelons luirly active.
Peaches i airier, $1,uiia-'..50; tio
Watermelous Hundred. St'.aKJ.
Potatoes- Jsweet, >1.62a2.0U.
I lie M intern lieuulv
Tlirives on good food and sunshine,
with plenty of exercise in the open
uir. Her form glows with health and
her face blooms with its bounty. If
! her system needs tbo cleansing action
I of u laxative remedy, aim uses tho
gentle und pleasant liquid laxutivu
! Syrup of l igs._
W hy travel without ouoof our "Cov?
ert" overcoats.' Correct in lit, style
and place. Nicuols .v Wallace,
169 Main btrcot.
Dr. Week, iho celebrated eye expert,
will return September 5lb.
FitANU H. U.u.i:.
I.lri lrlc ? .ms.
Best aud cheapest in tbo city. Sup?
ply just received. Call or drop postal
to B. Steinhilbcr, Telephone Exohange.
Mrs. Lizzie Christie, Mrs. It. ti.
I Phillips uud children aua Miss Nellie
\ Whttloy have urrivuil homo (rum Motiu
I lein I .nix' Park, Md., whore they spent
tbu muutb ut August,
Tbu Methodist Pursnuugo Booiely
hold u largely attended mooting at tt|e
rcaidutico of Dr. und Mra. A. W. Kiev,
uu Maiu streut, lust night. At;or tbu
regular bust neu? uns truuHitotod ulognut
rolresbiuoutb were served uud greutly
ibn Indies wbo are making arrange
moots for u Pythian fair and foust will
bold u meeting ut Armory Hull, nit
linuk street, this afternoon ut 4:!il
o'clock, when u lull uttomluucu is ape
Mr. Uarvev L. Cbristie, ol tit. Louis',
Mo,, in visiting ins tuotbur uud otbor
relatives iu Suffolk. Mr. Obristie ih ?
native of Suffolk uud uun wbo retteoit
credit ou Ins town uud Slate by in
excellent character sud ultuintucuta.
Miau Mary Sauudera, ol Suilotk, hu
boeu visiting Mr. .1. \V. ktug'a tuiutly
at Nurueyvillu. Nuusumond county.
Tbu Ladies' Social tMisatou ol tbi
Ohristiau Church bcld iih regular
tiiontblv meeting at tbo residence ol
Miss 1* loreuoo Harvey, on Saratoga
struct, last uigbt. It was well uticuduit
and proved a most enjoyable occasion.
Mrs. Dr. K. S. tl?pe,,ol Portsmouth,
who bad bueu visiting tuo Misses Fiu
I noy, at Suffolk College, tor it week ui
louger, returucil houiu Mouduy even
Bradford Kllby, eldest sou of dudgc
\V. J, Kilby, has returned tiomc lioui
Ambsret county, where be spout u
mouth very pleasantly with iricuds.
.Mi-'. Lilian Turner, of Nauseuioutl
couuty. uud iMustur Uiiutnu Wbitby, ot
/.uui, are guests ut Mrs. Lucy Dur
iteii's, ou liauk ntreot.
Min, T. M. Lillibton und children,
Miss Sadie Cartridge and Misses Belle
aud Bessie Thompson returned hums
lust .Mouduy after noun from u visit it
relatives nud mends iu Atlantic i iiy,
Prof. Frederick SV. Boalwrigbt,
president ot Uicbwoud College, was iu
Sulloik on Mouduy.
Kev. Duuotiu McLeod, of Wubluug
tou, N. C.| bus becu culled to tbo pas
terato of Western Brauob ltaptist
t bnrob, Jslo of Wight couuty. Mr.
Mclicod was formerly u resident ol
Nurlolk, where ho i.n- a number ol
relatives nud friends.
UvalHKEAIa. ? Mr. Lewis Campbell, it
foruiof residout ol Suffolk, but uow ol
Amtierst couuty. will bo uinrrietl to
duy to Miss Luura lay lor, daughlur of
a proiuiuuut pbyslciuu of that county.
Tbo groom-elect ih tho third sou ot
Hov. Thomas II, Campboll, ol Farm
villo. who wuh a few years ago Presid?
ing Elder of Suffolk District M. 15.
AN Ai ? oMI'lISIIKH Yol'N'O LaDV,?
Miss Alma Ellis, daughter of lion.
Syduey T, Ellis,of Nuuscinond county,
will teach Kreuch, English uud history
ut 1 'uuvillo Cullogi) lor Vuiiug l.u.l... -
ut Uuiiville, Va,, during tbo cunning
collegiuto year. Mita Kills is one ol
the tunny distinguished pupils that
have gone forth from tbo hulls of Bill?
fold College. She bus completed the
ooun>o in l.ugltsh of Yuutlorbilt I'ui
vetbily and pursued ber studios iu
Kreuch duriog the past your m Paris,
Sutlolk College, t-iuce its foundation
twenty hix yours ugo, baa had the
proud satisfaction ol seoiug many of
ita graduates rise to grout distinction '
us teachers, uot only iu privuto um* i
public schools, but also in tho higher
institutions ot learning iu the booth, '
Miss Kosubud Campbell, ouo of the
teachers at Hiackslnuo Kumalo Insti?
tute. Blackstoue, Va,, and Miss Lttla
M. H?tt, principal ot thut excellent
school, llyluud l'omale Iiiatituto, Hum
ley, Va., may he mentioned, iu addi?
tion to Miaa Ellie, us distinguished
scholars of Suffolk College.
Tho steamer "Northampton," of the!
Old dominion Kmc, leavea tho Bay
Kino dock, Norfolk, every morning ufr
7:00 b, iu., tor Matliuws uud Olotices-1
ter counting, arriving hero ou her re
turn trip about 6:00 p. m. This makes
a dolightful trip duriug the hot wea?
ther. Karo 31.OU for tho round trip.
Don't leavo for tho aeashoroor rnoiin- ;
tains with.nit one of our "covert" ovor- ;
couts, uiutlo for cool uvontug*.
Ni<-lloi-s .v Wai.i.ai-k,
LU9 Muiu street. I
ELIZABETH CITY. N. C,
EbizAiiBTU, Cirv, N. (..'., Septembei
).?Tba steamer Nohbo laft here tbi
morning for Norfolk, where alio wil
uudorgo repaim and roturu boro Satur?
A dr1" ' was properly lined uf the
Mayor' Co * i ins morning.
T lie op dm ol tbo skating ring
invite- it her of Iriomis to bo
pieboi. net lit, wbvro a very pieas
uut tm was out by all. It will be
repouli . to bo public ou October
Mr, Aim,.11 Calioou loltthia afternoon
to attend tbo A. unit M. college at
Mr. Pierson, of New York City,
i opreseuting O, R. Jones Jfe po.,of tout
place, bid ml for tbe tfl i UOU oaual
bonds, This being tbo ingbest nud
best bid it was accepted by tbo ISourd
ol Towu Commissioners nt tbeir meet
mg yostoiduy. Air. llonry Lirowu, ot
Wilmington, is boro to day examining
tbe oniiuN itiUi u View to uiukiug eu
Uuiates for drudgiug tuum.
Tbe County uud Town Commission?
ers liobi tbeir regulur uiouthiy meeting
EDENTON. N. C.
Tbo Juuior bull olub of this plsce
went down to Hertford Monday uud
dofoated tbo Junior club of that place.
.Score, 11 to 17.
Mr. lt. V. Wbite, formerly of this
place, now of Jacksonville, N. <!., lias
Iteou in towu ucverul days ou a visit.
Tba weuiher bus turned decidedly
Indigestion, nud Stomach disorders, lake
ijiiow.VH IKON BITTEUS.
All dealers keen It, SI per bottle. OonulncbSI
trade-aurk uud cronscil rod bucsou wrappes
Messrs. Horace H. I'cod and o'aaies
M. Jordan have formed a co puriuor
nhip tiudor the firm nume of P. M.
I'ood A Sou, to c induct tboship ohoud
lery uud ship supply bustiiiuns at Water
Straol and luniuckc avenue
Ol? Udiel 1st. lS'.U. se?O, Sil, 111. If
1^ IC O 'V I T Ft 10
? ill' i III.
lV<.*-v-. J. II. KNihei ts,
I'ho Noli (I .-omit in Milne and Oral or, ai Ar?
mory Mali. Stl'TKallKH loin. i-:'.. Door* open
ill 7 .ut n in. I.i- on ? al li p. ir . nil W-r till) Bliai.ieta
ol .-ii ,ii iv m I. i Hu |,|.. a -.i-,-v. S lie.'l
U T lt? AN1? liTKnNAh I'v .N'ISHUENT. Ad
uilasUit, : .. iia.'J-liil
i (> l in i n imiv m'S HKIir,
Ihn tenth ?<? s onbogius TUESDAY, Oo to
her I. 1MH5 une o tue principal* wilt hi at
tho ? luiol evui-j day front I): Ml a. in t. 1*2
in. tu r ioim applications Circular can
be olituiiie I Iroul tho uuokHt.-rcn or tho
Tho oilterta'nioeiil ahortisn.l to bo cd en
uuder a.tapicea ot rbeanpeake 'Tribe, .it
I'.li m linn, Academy ot kluiio, Woduesday
oveuiug, r. eptcnilier .tu.
Is Postpone i oy U na void able j
Noti o will ho gi\ou of t'lS 'lato the eater
t iiiinenl will take pla o, and all tioltet* sold ]
will bo K?u I uli thut ..Ute set-It
KM.PINO I'AOKWITII ll.Ml-.? lilt. A. I?. HAU?
M .'!''' ' '" " ??' j?^a?3|
luotor, wl>i- li baa done tucli ? xcelleat work in ibe
paal Ilia nrllce ba- keen ihorougbl* reaovatud
mid liunrovtd iu tbe psal few months, ami i-> now
une oi tin beat equlppo t and Blted up bcntnl Ksleb
'llahui?ul* Iu the ."oiilb. Ilfibni all the latest liu
pi ored Instrument*, with i lie ? uoaledgo ??' twenty
live joii -' experience in tbe use of dental Instru?
menta. I ltis is wortb louietblug lo ynti. Can you
leall/olls mine? It. i. It. IIABUKTT h tlaed
fm it?- Dental biialneaa with a nl.ni- of heiital
uislerial to do all kinds ,,i Deulal wurK al prices
lailal'nctory I ?? all classes uf iteopb'.
I>K V l>. UAItRB'l I. DE.N 1 1ST,
Office over lisuinl 150 Main itrm-t, opposite f,-nv
l o u landing, Norfolk, V.t. OlBce Ituur. from s
a in iu n in. jor.Mf
Celebrated not only for its great medici?
nal properi es. hut fur its purity.
A Delicious Table Water.
Ho online 1 and or h rod by !? aling
ithysioiaus fur blight's Dise.ne. Diabetes,
btotio ut the Kidneys or bladder, (travel,
Clout, Itlietiuiatieui Urinary Disease-) ami
JOHN VERMlLLiON, Atient,
QtlANDX STREET, NE \lt M AIN tJTKEET,
NO It FOLK, VA.
forms of Summer Complaint, j
^Cramps, Colic. Cholera Mor?
bus, etc., wh ich arc at?
tended by so much
are quickly relieved and ef-1
fcctuully cured by PAIN-Klt
lkr. The standard remedy for
these troubles for more than
without Baying, that every kind of]
ipain?internal or external?takes/
Pain-Killkr is applied. Sprains,
Hruiscs, Cuts, Burns, Bites and
.Stings arc all cured by
Accept noiubitlKiUaor lm!l?
' tlf.ni. ?. ?->.,,!,.
t.t?. l--it, I. * son ?
ant! I. MI4 . ? at ? hflttU,
Uiineint.tr th?t on ftim c<x? oben Pala-llUa?.
Fall and Winter
1895 t 1896
AKli NliW KhAl'Y FOR DELIVERY.
Thli hat Is tbe UEST aud ha* NO ror-u. in tlio
Market, 1 Lava uil.er make* of Iii? lialiog tnaau?
fattureri ol the cosntry.
QualT.y, Style and Price Correct. Um
brcllas and Canes of every style.
J. W. GILMER,
14S MAIN STREET. _
m FREE! fREtl
Week September 2.
Tito Van.lev.lie. Stara that will thiuo thia
LA PETITE F.UITH, tbo Phono netial
child Vucdiit :.u.l Aotraaa, endorsed by
i re UU? p bl e evot ywhero
Here thov urn. but noiuewhat different,
HAM UOHTON and cUAltl.lE MACK, in a
ii. a lr h 11, i- . skotoh. true to nature.
Introducing their famous Honn, "Uooley,
Wit n tun Meot Me. I I.iko the Way You
1 real Mo.'
I In- Peruvian tie romaucer, NKI.XONIA,
an t.ut-it mi st . roeordtwou lerful,exciting.
Ilio comely <ttto. BOULDEN k AUSTIN.
iu the r couioily iiiiih eal act entitled "EAT
HI M UP."
The Miitttui of Dexterity. ATI? YS, tho rata
with tho bunds bku lightning.
AN ENTERTAINMENT HEFINED AND IN
CJruitil Concerts .
Uy I rof. FISOIIEU'B Aoadeuiy of MuTo
Band itud Orchestra. Dancinx every evett
iug, Matinees at 4; evenings at 8:80. Plenty
I ot ttaius. Every couvouiouco.
VnesMtMake ~You Mmms.