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Dr. Deane'sV CICK HEAD
\? ACHE is us
DyspepsiaJ "a!!y causcd b>f
* 1 1 i indigestion. If
[you t a k e D r.
1 ills \ Dcane's Dyspcp
/ sia Pill s, yon
Cure Sick V won't h ue sick
IlcadacllC. I ScmllouttoiafieeutnpU.
/ DR. J. A. DEAN"I" CO.,
?? ?' ?"??iceists', :-. I Kina to New '? ?ik.
HOY WANTED AT With "? I IT'S. I Ml
Main Direct. n. V.'-lt
WAN"n:n - Bili?sem n io sell staple goods
at homo or travel: liberal salary <>r
corn! comhilssloil. We si mi Batnplcs on
uppltcntton; give exclusive territory.
Ail.hiss IV i> Hex il' x v. ritv.
WANTED A i.liable la.I;, or gentleman
tn distribute samples ami make nhouse
to-house cuitvasp for our Vegetable
Toilet Soaps t;> to JT". ? month easily
naute. Address CROKTS .v REED. 1212
S. Roboy street. Chicago._ocl'.t-3t^
WANTED -Men and women make %\ to
M .'? ? nn hour: hoys mid girls ?"*)" >? 7.r.c
an hour; wo! an give Immediate ? m
ployinoni to f>w)persons: new aoods: new
plan, im old-fashioned peddling: no
risk: no livens ?. freight paid. outfit free;
money sent us after the orders a: ??
taken. "I.atindfy Tablets" Is an arti?
cle .'i met It; itivcs satisfaction, and is
wanto<I hy every housekeeper; it is ih<
best scllthli; :..'??? article on record;
thousands of packages will Its sohl in
the next few months and hundreds 01
dollars inade hi agents; one man look
orders the llrst day. and says: "It
Is the best seller I i ver tried." E?r
iiuv i . ir on Wanting an easy business
to earn a few dollars this is a "Snap."
Thi> best nlaccs will be taken soon. s.?
dOh'l wait, btit "strike while the pen
hi hot:" we linvcronfldenCe in our iroods
and eoiitldeuee in you. reader, so with
? >iit inonev or price wo will let you try
the business Address at . TAH
I.ET DEPOT, Clnelnnuti, <i ocl?-2t
V, axtkii -Salesmen, local and travel?
ing, to handle our oils oil eominls*!
in connection with ether goods; Rood
inducement to light party. Addiess the
ZONE OIL. CO., Cleveland, O. o.
WANTED DRESS MAKINit Miss
Whlbho, late of Washing ton, capable
til hem. ..i will bo out by the din i<SD
Oueeii street. oclfi-lw*
WANTED Melt And Women To Work
AI Homo I pay ;> to fb. per week lor
making jC'rnyuti Portiiilts. New patent?
ed method. Any one who can read or
v rite call do !!?.?? work at home. In spare
time tiuj or evening, ?erid for piirtli u
lars and work at blice. Address II. A.
tlRlPl', i b i ii.an Artist, Tyrone. I'd.
i>c 13 SU4i
jTnLkSMEN to Hike orders and .ollect.
jM bond, sit;ic i bj a hilsincss Hi in. re?
quired! exclusive territory; $25 to ?',."?
weekly, for particulars, address I'
0 Itox ISM New York city, lu.th.f.au
AGENTS make fn a day Marvelous In
\ iitlon, Retails -"? cent-. Two io six
sold in n house Sample minhd ft. c.
EORS1IEE .". MAKIX. Cincinnati, O
J WANT Elvi Experienced ituYlultir niid
l.orin Soli it.es well acquainted In Nor?
folk and udjnceut towns. Win pay
salarj. with commission, fall on W.
M PARR, at Atlantic Hotel, Norfolk,
between 2 and 1 p. in nut-If
AOENTS Oll? In each county, to lake
orders by sainpli . easily handled, sells
in Sight: good salary, samples ami
purlli ulnrs sent proper applicant. Ad?
dress with stamp. I5. O. Box 125, New
WA'NTED S ib sin. a i aiei eetic men t,>
sell koods by sample at home or trav?
el; easy seller: Staple g.is liberal
salary or good commission. Add res r
O. Uox 11"::. New York city.
N. it The doctors ..f Norfolk. Ports
mouih and RerklCy are eordinlly in?
vited to a public exnmlnatlon MON?
DAY, October 21st, ni 11 a hi., of I.. N.
MONROE, Hie African Woiider, a liv?
ing man turning to stein-, at No :m
Church stiel. Norfolk. Va. ocls>2t
; |TeH IIaiidsomety lilustrnlcd i "Guide
for Speculators rind Investors." mailed
free Semi as your name and address.
COMSTOCK, HUGHES & CO.. banker*
Und Urokers, i". Rroadwny, New York
M A, AGE1.A8TO, Electrical Engineer, i
I'III me Ft!, et.
lVdt WEDDINGS - * m?i Art Depart;
ment" are displaying an extensive line
? if h.auiiful and artistic l-'rained Pic?
tures, with appropriate subjects for
?rld ' ?"???? - IISHACM'S ART DE?
PARTMENT, IM Main street,
I'RESCRI I'TII >NS carefully compound?
ed, All Drugs, t alent Medicines, 'rei?
bt Ai th l. s. Cigars and TobnCCO. W.
k I'll I I.I.I I'S. 21? Main street
?ew faces ?v..v,',^:,^;:.v,n.i.,::',i.^
In? Uten.i-i..'-. in IM :?. IhkiK ror .i stamp. ?t?
?lohn 11. W.Ilinry, 127 W. cm St n y Jv
Inreotot ut IVotxIliurj ? Kuclal boap. ^5
KOR RENT Two ibsirabh rooms w.
Of Freemason street, in privat" re
dence: terms reasonable; reftrencea <
t'hnniicd. Address "II.," this ofllce.
Justice Burroughs lias His Hands Foil Try?
ing Offenders Against Ths Law.
IRISH POTATOES CAUSE TROUBLE.
A Colored Woman. Objects to Being
Called I ;. >.> Xnmoa A female
I't-osoeitto*. llrr Own "Toko The
Corporation t'uurl UiimIucsk llie
I'liltcul si ale* Court.
JuHtlcc Burroughs had a large and
tedious docket to dispose of yesterday.
Many of the cases involved technical
law points und many witnesses on both
sides, ills Honor did not eel through
trying the ease.: until nearly o'clock
CALLED UKlt UOl/Y NAM KS.
The une of very ugly titles instead ol
her prop. r name toward Lizzie Uurrell,
a tall and lanky colored denizen ol
Queen street, by her female friend,
Myrlc Howen, caused the former to
swear nut a warrant and have bei tor?
mentor brought into court. Lizzie t.-s
ttiled that her life was made miserable
by Myrle calling out as she passed by,
"there K".-s long legs," "eat her up. old
rags." " she is the queen of QucCII
street" and was continually "burlcsuue
Ing" her. She pleaded hard with lite
.luslii.- t.. make Lizzie behave herself,
but i Ms Honor failed to see any breach
of the peace in the use of the phrases
lutined, and lie dismissed the ens.-.
EXAM i N1N< i P( ITATI ?ES.
A little hit of curiosity on Hie part of
Mr. Krank Prttchartl, white, caused him
some notoriety and inconvcninncc. He
was in tit.- Poilce ''01111 yesteidny charg?
ed by Armlstcad Howard, colored, with
Unlawfully trespassing in his potato
patch, ami nssntiltlug him with his list.
Mr. Prltchurd explained to His Honor
that he was taking a walk towards
Lambert' h Point in company with
home friends and his lilt' - boy. when
their curiosity w as excited as to whether
the frost that turned the potatoe vine
black, extended down to tin root its. if.
und that one of the boys stepped into
tin- patch, which was next to the path,
and pulled ..tie ..f the potatoes, where?
upon tin- plaintiff became so very
abusive and violent that ho had to push
hltn away from him. Justice Burroughs
dismissed tin' warrant at tin- defend?
V? >\VS SEE will GET EVEN"
Much nniuse'frtonl was created by I he
highly dramatic mariner In which Nora
Gray, colored .conducted the prosecu?
tion of her warrant against Henry 1*001
for stealing her cloak, valued al
Lawyer Tllton defended Pool ami lie
tal!;e.i very rapidly, but he wasn't in It
with Norn, and ho Dually gave it tip In
di ?palr, Nora, being her owii lawyer,
demonstrated the truth of tie- adage
that sin- "did mo have a wise womiin
f>?r a eli. ::t" as she l>>..j her case, and
the accused was dismissed. As Norn
left tin- ci 11 ft-room the v-owed that she
would :;. > oveil with Pool, and "yon.
too." pointing at Mr. Tllton.
a wash WOMAN'S TROUBLES.
Mr. Ike Loweiithall (white! was again
!.. tor.- tin Police Court yesterday
charged by his colored wash-woman
with beating and cursing her. Colonel
Martin appeared for tin- .!. fondant, and
Attorney Walcntt for tin- woman. The
case consumed a great deal of tin
Court's time,1 the defendant endea?
voring to prove that the nctloii was
Instituted by a Mr. Mlcl^elson, whii ]
was a witness for the woman, and who
lost a Case against Mr. Lowcnihlll
some days neu. and that this warrant
was tin- 1.-suit of mal;.11 his part.
Tin- ea.-e was taken under advisement
by tin .lust 1..
GEORGE E. MILLER'S CASE.
The two warunts against George H
Miller, tin- colored barber on Church
street, for keeping open his barlibi
shop for business on Sunday and sell?
ing llfiuor without a ileensoj were ' all
oil again. Detective Curtis asked for
11 further continuance of tin- case tin
account of tin- absence of Sergeant
Taylor. Mr. Julius T. Sau tiders. attor?
ney for Miller, opposed tin- motion, oii
tin- grounds that the detective. Who
was acting as prosecutor, had stated
that tin- Sergeant's testimony wou! '.
the sann- as Ids. and that the deft ndnni
was willing to concede ti nt tin- d> lee
tlvc's testimony was corroborated by
ib.- Sergeant, Iiis Honor concluded to
try tin- warrant as to the barber-shop,
wid.-h was distal led, but decided to
continue the warrant as t.> tin- ill. gal
sale 01 li.r until next Tuesday.
CRUELTY Tu ANIMALS
Mr C T Chandler, Jr., charged with
cruelty to a horse by On- s. p. r. a.
Society, which society had the said
horse sled some time ago. appeared
before Justice Burroughs . yesterday
with his lawyer, Mr .1. E. Cole, to an?
swer the ?harite. The society was rep?
resented by AHorftej a. P.. Seldnci',
and theCi so occupied over two hours >?!
his Homo's time. Many witnesses were
examined on both sides, and tin- case
throughout was hotlj e infested. It re?
sulted in his Honor plttclug tin- small
tine of SJ.r.a ami costs on the defend?
ant, who was not satisfied, llow.ver.
and not. .1 an appeal.
Henry McCnrty (while), charged
with stealing a pair of pants valued at
$7 from an Italian, pleaded that he look
the same as a Joke. Tin- charge of
'theft was not sustained, and the ease
Charles White (colored), nuisance!
lined $1 and costs.
Mary Jane Wilson (colored) keeping
A\ost Distressing of .^kin Diseases
Instantly Relieved by
WHEN ALL IILSn FAILS
A wann bath willi Cuticura
So.-tp, and a single application of
Cuticura (ointment), the great Skin
Cure, followed by mild doses of
Cuticura Resolvent (blood puri?
fier), will afford instant relief, per?
mit rest and sleep, and point 10 a
speedy, permanent, and economi?
cal cure when all other methods fail.
PaM IhrMf haul IS? ??tM. DtllUh drpoti F. N?w.
?>?< * So??. I. King l..|??'cl-o . I...n.l>n. INmtS
$ja \ U LMB Lulu Cvur . l'iuly? . lij*U?. L. ti A.
i disorderly house, fined $"> and coats.
Margaret WdlUo (colored), breach of
the peace. Dlsmlsi tl.
James Porch nnd Willie Smith (col?
ored), larceny's continued live days.
Henry Truelove, T. 10, While (White),
dt link: $1 and costs.
.lames Slatlory twhlte). drunk; dis?
missed with costs.
Tbc case against the you tig man.
named Albert Johnson, who was in
dieted for stealing n horse from Mr.
George P. Taylor, of Brumblcton. and
attempting lo sell (he animal In Pi Incess
Anno county, some works a;;!* u full
account of which was puhlishen in the
Virginian al tin time, of bis arrest,
was tried in lite Corporation Court p.,
tcrday, before Judge llnnckel. The
young man's* mnsel did everything pos?
sible for his client, but the evidence
against htm was conclusive ami lie wan
round guilty and sentenced to s. ? v?
three years in the penitentiary.
Tue young prisoner, win. is only nlm ?
teen years of age. received Iiis sent, lie,
without a sign of .'motion.
William P. Hayes, colored. Indicted
for forgery, was arraigned, nnd pleude l
"not guilty." After hearing the evi?
dence, tin. jury though! the same, and
lie h as discharged.
The case ol Dallas Shnfer. colored. \v
J let Cd for felonious assault, was tried
and he was found not guilty.
I lliled State* Court
The following cases are set to bo
tried at the next term of the United
States Court, which convenes In a few
Crosby vs. tug Hercules: collision it
Mcl-lorncy and Wvntt vs Schoonei
I). P. BteelhtSLi), bill for supplies; No?
Convoy vs. Dredge Barg* .lau.?.- I..
Pugh, bill tor material; Novi mbcr 20th.
John Feeiiey vs. Schooner Red Wing,
collision; November 21st.
George Duvni vs. Yacht Viva, lull for
material; November stltli
.1. P. Mtirry vs. Tug Lucy and lite
Barge Spring Garden, collision; Decem?
? >eed* ol Bargain mid >.ale.
Jennie M. Drewry and I an !?? A. Ward
to Henry Walke, lmt.se and lot --a A -
Itngton Plate; consideration, $2.500.
Robert A. Fields and wir.- to Walter
1-'. Dusch, housi and lot ..n Nicholson
corner Howard street: consideration,
The agent desirfcs to give the public
tie- beneilt in tin se columns of any spe
..inl changes if He- usual services at
tin- churches in the ward from Sunday
to Sunday Ministers, kindly furnish
A number of persons have recently od
verils-d ihelr business through llu
Brcmblcton agency, BOO flay avenue
rin Virginian is unsurpassed as in
advertising medium and now is a good
time to advertise.
Mr. H.-rt ynui.i. Who resided at No.
121 South Mtlltby avenue, bus taken his
family to No. 2:il Reservoir, for Hielt fu
1 Mi iv An hur Kussel! and lady, ri
newly married couple, will make Ihelr
h um- on Pmistull avenue.
The mat I. to have come off nl
Brambleton Hall, last Saturday, for the
I . ie t:t of the school children, und which
did not lake effect, will be given this
p. m. at - o'clock under the same coii
ditli ns as formerly announced, and at
the same place,
The man and monkey were In Fifth
ward yesterday, which pleated the chil?
dren very much.
Mr. William M. Htidgins, managet of
the Branibleton foot-bnll team, t.iv. d
a challenge froth tin- Suffolk Military
Aclidemy team yosti rday. The chal?
lenge i> for two games, one i? be jd..v
eil In this city and on.- in Suffolk. Ml.
Htidgins thinks he can arrange for the
gate s at an early d.'tte.
Beautiful weal In r throughout the <?. t
Liverpool market declined l-33d.ni
spot cotton Put tin contracts declined
Sal.'s of spot cotton In Liverpool dor
lug the past week wer,- so mm bales,
against 95.00? hales lust year.
New Yotk future contract market <h -
cllned ir. to p; points, closing ijtcadv
Sah s. 37S.700 hales. October, 8.0'ifiS.S
January; !Ul<?"!>.12; Match. i?. If?t? i*.20;
May. '.i ?J'e.i 9.30.
Receipts in New Orleans to-day tin
estimated at from 12,000 t.. 1-1,000 bnh
against 22JH2 bnles last yedi and li ??
bales in IS93.
New Orleans future market dcciitmii
24 ot 29 points, closing Irregular and
? isv Sales, 11C, 100 bales.
Poll .wing is sumihar) of cotton
market dm ing past wet ;<
Receiptsi ill I' S Potts.. 272,497 372,7 Ji
Jr)x|i. from P. s. Poitsi... IK2.210 2?8..V 1
?stocks. 709.910 71*.li
Bec'pts. Int.iTowns. 23:t.::7:; i!98.O0,'
Stock* Int. Towns. 268,440 233.8'.'.^
Pinihintioii Receipts_ 339.185 vu'x.-'.
B't III Sight tills Week... :al,1s.'. HU.-.n:
Crop in Siaht.1.500.452 1.826.50
Mesdnmes Palpe, Harnes. Conkllng
aiiri Beistand h?v. gone io Baltimore
Md., to attend tin- w. C. T p. Conven
ROv. Dt and Mis. Fvans, of Colum?
bia, S. C . en route to Old Point, spent
the day yeslerd?y al Dr. c. F. New
bill's, on Campo avenue.
I I ? Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. GfO.
T Griffith of Forte street, that uiis ijccn
sick for some time, was reported lat?
ter y. sterility.
Pis. Ncwbill and Ruffin performed
tracheotomy Thursday upon .i diphthe?
ria puticnt. the 4-yeor-old child or Mr.
Jack Stimmers, bti North street.
At a meeting ? ?! tin- Board of Direc?
tors of tin- Business Men's Association,
held October 17th. Hie following gen
tlomen wer.. . looted lo membership: .1.
H. White. ,i c. Carroll, James c. Rob:
orison, A li. Stephens.
I n*t run loo in I'reneli unit Cermnii
by an experienced lonutier. Highly
recommended Con versa liounl method
used. Terms moderate. Address Mine
Mettke. 152 Oranby strict oclO-lm
A Nig III ol a Idle Time.
L. N. Monroe, the African Wonder, a
living man turning to stone, will be on
exhibition here all next week. OC18-2C
MR. C. 0. Wrenn, of Norfolk, Elected loa
Posi'.lon of Consic!&rai:lc Prominence,
BARBER CLUB RATIFICATION MEETING.
< tiplalus ol lljslcr Sloops tiicM. il
f??r Dredging lljMors TU? Prawn
l'lilb'N Itoiielll S'ollotlllllllce
Charged Willi Selling Liquor Willi
out n i.leensc.
Mr. .1. C. Carroll Infi for Washington
Itev. Dr. Evans uimI wife, of Coluih
blu, s. c., weru Iii ii.> city yesterday.
Mrs. .Iconic Dctnny nice mid Miss
Blanche lleinlrcii liave reliirnoil from
tlielr European trl|i
Olllccr Blicrmau inst night nrroslod
Charles ttoston (colored) U|>oii a charge
or bcittlng tils wife.
A slight Hr.' in th.- house ..I' Professor
Koeruer. on Charlotte si reel, caused
an alarm yesterday moraliiR.
Ilpori his own application Colonel
Henry I. Turner ha- been placed on
th.- retired list of th.- State mllltla.
'I'll-- Press I'liii. Committee t>. arraiiKC
for a big benefit performance, did not
meet lust night for want of a i|Uot'llin.
Mr. f. i?. NVrenii, ;i Ihls elly, has
in-.Ii elected a vice-president of tie
National Carriage IJulldcis' Assocla
At last night's Inecllng ol tl.ystcr
lungers the organization or a union at
Dreka, .m tin Eastern Shore, was re?
A Itrillsh steamer showing tin- letters
I' I'. V It passed in tin- Capes yester?
day afternoon. Ilei destination was
Workmen uro putting on ihe metal
fn.nl of Messrs Watt li. tt w .' Clay's
(Stevens) huihllhg, corner of Main und
Judy Willlnms. diminutive colored
girl was arrested last night for run?
ning away from net home ami sleep?
ing about th.- Mie ; .
The .lohn S. Harbour Club will held a
rntlllcatioit meeting lit Ho Ir club-house
hoxi Tuesday night, at which ape ?dies
Will delivered h> a Utimbcl' id' i'.eii
it has beeil ilccidi I that the post
pnncd District Conference of th" V.
M C A..which wha to llaye been held ill
N> \\ -port Newa yesti rday. will not be?
held at all.
A meeting of th.- enterihlnmeiil
committee, air., the "n, M. C." will be
held this alien.con in 1:30 o'clocli In the
pastor's study of Granny Slri t
M. 15. Church.
Captains Kirk Elliott and Eugene
McNeill, of the oystel sl?OpS Aitisr
and iMinni II. Wik ..s. r >apcc!ttv< !v.
hnv,. been arrested fot dredging pys
i i s off Pig Poiiit shore
Th- ease of c. W. Morrlsotte. churged
with violating tic revi hue laws by sell?
ing liquor with..in a license at Virginia
IteaCh, will t.e heard to-day before I'.
S. Commissioner Aeklss,
An cxlinuntive Ihesl on the "Storage
of ?dl at Has Works." was presented
and read bj Freden. I. Egni r. of Nor?
folk, before th- Am rlenn Gas-Light
Association in Phlla'delphla Thursduy.
It was the schooner Daylight ivhlijh
run Int.. and Injured tin- schooner
Murray Vahdlver. oif York Spll n few
nights ago. The captain ? ? tin formet
states he pi willing to pay for all dam?
In yesterday's Virginian it was
stated that ho returns were received
by the Democratic Primary Islectoral
Hoard from the Fourth Ward It has
since developed that through a misun?
derstanding of the law the returns
were sent to the police station on the
night of the election, as is usual III
eon era I chcllnns. Th.- absence ttf tin
Fourth Ward returns did not affect the
Tttcj lime Irrivetl.
'.') do/., more Large, Ali-Llueh Napkins.
T.-.o. do/. . worth tl 25.
'..li Rim Pa mask Fringed Table Cov?
ers, :.' yds. siiilure; $1.29; - yds. wide.
'.' 1-2 yds. long. MC"; 2 yds. wide. .1
yds. long. M so each. A big bargain.
2 Cns. s Test Apron Checks ami Dress
Ginghams. He. yd.
.'00. 1 yd. ?u?iire, Chenille Coverp, hoc.
,o cloic. Fine Satin Finish Huck Towels,
J2xtti IIV h s. l'.'e. each; It's im?
tli ?/. i .doted Flannel Skirts. fiOc. each.
pi.s N.-w Dress Goods, very stylish,
in rough Cheviot und Itoiicle ? ?
feels. from 12c. to ?.| r..( v.l.
LEVY P.P.1 IS .
Modern Dnrghln House.
17-1 Main street
Kilver Xo veil lev
More Silver Novelties and Siapjci
have com.- lo hand at G reo wood's. 1,1s
Main street. SllVt'r Top COllibs, l.msii
is Mirrors. Manlpure S. is. Sclshnri
Khlvoe, Polishers, Clothes. Military,
Hair. Nad and Velve Brushes, Hat
Piiish s. Whisk Uro.,ms a.id fwu thou?
sand and seven other now beautiful
useful aith !es. and So Cheap af fin-ph
wood's, liest work in all department."
Over 500 people fitted with glu ??. |fi
.'orfolk by Kr WECK, und i.m
lalnts. F II. GALE. ICS Main hi
Sterling SilvCt Bridal Prenohts as low
as tin- lowest.
_CHAI' M A N" K .1 \ K EM A N
Is a boon to tl.ose whose Incomi ; d?i not
ki ei> up with tlielr requirement). Hy opr
mi thod the risk is ieduc d to a minimum.
Customers nr< notified of each linde w hen
made, and accounts may be closed nt inj
lino i mi piiinphlel and market letter
maih d on ilppllcalion.
ESTABLISHED fcHVEN YHAItS
KEFE11ENCES Fl ?NISIIED
Consolidated Stock and Produce Co.,
t; 1:.':<?AI?WAY. NEW i'OUK
Special Wedding Gifts.
Artist Proof Etchings, Onyx
llrnss Lumps. Creneli Water
Colors, Imported Ornaments,
Cine Engravings, Mirrors, fi. ?
tells, et.-, in meat variety al
Nusbaum's, 128 Main Street.
A HIGH OLD TT ML
m<! Hi* Member.* <?? Ihr Virginia liny
i iiii> lint i? In t writ.
The members .-r the Virginia Ray
tint, who Journeyed to York. Pa., ten
iliiyn ago have returne?! home, elntetl
with ihelr visit. :m.i mil <.f stories iiIhiu!
how it litippi ned.
Norfolk people who visited the View
last summer remember well a Jovial
crowd ol cam pots, with music, food and
an abundance of liquid refreshments,
which they constantly retpieslod visi?
tors to "hold for a minute," who were
known tin the Merry Hand Camping
Club of York, Pa It was I he guests of
the same Morrj Hand that the Virginia
Hay Club v Islted York.
The annual fair at York was in ses?
sion ami John Pulford's dog. "Hob." the
Hay t'luii mascot, took in,. $i:.o prise,
und war decorated by the liulles with
many yards of satin rlhboiis. The Nor?
folk boys attehdoil mi loss than live
bamitieti und rissen that Hie "village
pump" was used only for toilet purposes
during ihelr sta> in the town <d' g.I
John Slnuinhiiiich tendered a recep?
tion ami wine supper at bis elegant
home f. tlx clllb, ami it Is said Unit
Capt. I. vV. Lambert was awarded tit it
premium. Tlx. h.o.s wont slate what
for, but ilie word "Milliehausen" was
engraved oil Hie tin ilal.
The Merr> Hand gave ii baiuiuot lu
honor oi the club at tlieli' hnndsuuio
i|Uarters in the City Hunk building.
whh h i roved to I.u'e oi ihe hhppli i
social ,-v outs in I he hi itoi v ol Hi ? baiitl
Col. John Hritdj distinguished hini
Si II and covered lilmsi>|l With glory in
bis now fnuious hflcr dinner speech!
Another re. . . hv Ulo Hodge of
Kins follow ed, und the oratorical efforts.
Not folk wil and York (dia up.'lglic llowctl
in unbounded in iipm i Ilms.
A yachting patt\ und id cam heal sail
was next ddy's dlvorUsoiUolil! and the
boys lire telling ? f .> |?ectillar mal de
iiier which attllcki I John Pillford and
Capt. Wash Hamb rt on Hie Piper
lioldseiclt river. That night Charlie.
Welch entertalntd boys, ami Theu
doie Hell?, the hrcWi r did the i<nino lie
Speaking of Theodore, ho weighs ili
poll nils more Hum Col. John Krttdy. hill
tin* pair went up in it bullpen at the
fair grounds mi n wagt i to make ii
parachute leap am! eoaoh terra tlrmn
as ipilqkly ha poitslbie. .Vohn lost, nl
lhough in- carried !>oviTnl biioJt? in Ills
There was a "tloldoii Fnrmei' limned
"Silk Hill" on tin- lair grounds. .I as
Theodorelaudcdj Mo farmer v.:: ;ay.!ug
lietivcnwtirds at Hut bulloon lie la
alive yet, but the Norfolk boys iinvo
burnt ihii wires with tlieir omitiliiot
after hi ? In alt In
Will liceso, of the Colonial Hotel
gave the club a homo, and the night
clerk lolls funny statics it! ml how
many nichts some of the boys inine
The Hip was. without doubt, ol.r
the most happy and ho' er-to hi I u
gotten tinies on record, Tic following
is a list of ihe hiemhors l>f tic- Buy
Club who went 1.. York: Cap! I . W
Humbert, Col, .lohn T, Brhil.V, .1. K Ptil
ford. E. Hartman. A !;. OOvl'ngtoii.
Mr. Wright. Mr P'ioi'cei Caleb I i '?:
T P. Poo!-. II l> lb id y and "H lb
the ein 's mascot.
I to 4 box In * i ??? llni'rott
liev, i:i .1 H Uowortoti, iiastor. will
proniii to-morrow at ii a. ri. The siiv.i'a
metil < f tlx- Lord's supper will 1.1
setv.d at lids service, and new mem?
bers recelVed. At H.'IO p. in. the service
will i.specially ror cltlldr,e|n |No
night service, At r.p. in . young peo?
ples mooting; nl fi.'lO a. in. Sumluv
Cumbotiaml Sircei M, u Church
i'?. aching by the pastor, Lev. W. V.
Tudor. 11 i '.. at ii o'clock a. tu. and !;::??
O'clpck p. in. Evening i 'ii i .'t, "Samson,
ii Lesson for Youth und Strength."
'.oil.ill. mill t'lii-oliuii lliiilrmiil noil
tfliniin : itposdtloii.
Passenger Agent Neiigelmiior. of tin
Norfolk nnd Carolina railroad, ndvei''
Uses that to accommodate persons
wishing io ai i. .|,| the Exposition at At
luntn mi Virginia Hay tickets will le
sold oVci thai route, good fi :? tell days,
for IL'. Lead the advertisement.
'oil ice in Muriner?.
Th.- Light House Hoard gives notice
that He- defectp prtiously reported in
the new system of electric light buoys,
New Yoik Lower Lav. have I.n re?
paired, and the lamps will ho relighted
fte:n i!n- Kith Instant. The lamp! of
the ol l syst'-m will be extinguished.
S?B0IBD AIR 11!
?vl ACCOUNT OF VIRGINIA DAY
The Seaboard Air Line will Soll ticket?
to Atlanta and return on October ?U'tli
ij l or Information and
? i vn i ion apply -1 Miitit
Muhl Kittet, Y. M. C. A.
j w it ri >w \. .i it.
i a eni ? r Agon!
Notice To Taxpayer.*.
N. rfolk, Vn . ?ictobor 1. IMir..
The rolls ol Hit- Cnmmhtsloner of tin
It. Venue. COIllnlllillg tie- list of eltv ta\e
for tl.- yesi ISOfi, have ben placed in hi}
hands t..r collection.I will be at my 61
lice between tin- hours of 'i a. tn. and r. p
m from Ho tust to th.- Udrty-tlrsi day I.
<p. tel..;. Inclusive, for tin- purpose of r<
c?liihg ill" same
AN ORDINANCE Ahv person win
sliall fall to pay thoColleelor on or hefOri
I':,. . pu .la ! ,,f i loloher I he III \< s a.- II .? ?
agnlusi him fd'r the yeiir shall l?- siibjeel
? d to a penalty of three <:ti per centun
for Hie first month ami a further peltnlt.'
oi en.- ill per eeiilitui pel month tlicrcaf
tor dtirlttit siu h default, until (lie |ii-nnlt!
shall have reached live (5) per cut, no
cording to the State law. After tin- pen
nlty snail have reached hv- per centun
persons falling to pay their said lav
shah pay in addition to tie penalty, in
lores! on theii hills at tin- tat- of siS I -
centum pi i annum
L. W VVIMTK,
oclS-13t_< rity < 'ollei ior..
vn'i'Pi: -in TANMUts >'!:i:i:k tax
N PAYP.B8 OP NOItFOLK ? Ol'NTY.
I or my deputy will be found ai till fol
lowing places for the phrpot.I recoil
lug l-K Stute and Couuly Taxes: T. <
i.LHJ'S STOIIR. near Ocean View
intoher LV.th. .1. l> (il'V'S STiUti:
Itoads, October SSth: A li IIAWKI
OFFICE, lluntersvllle, Oclobet 20th.
Ool'-lOt S. W. LYONS, Treasurer.
01^ ^ ^ 1 ^ J^*^fE f^O^ll 0^^Eif^. 1^0S^
Vermont's Great Statesman Recom
mends Or. Greene's Nervura to All.
He Says Dr. Greene's Nervura is a Wcil
derful /Medicine. It Surely Cures the
Weak, Tired and Nervous.
HON T. D. MOOtNNlSS,
? ion. T. B. M.i?nniss. of .li ri< lip. VI.,
the war horse >.r (ho I ?emherallo party.
Is Vermont's sllver-doiiijuod orntor, nod
always an11 ??vor commands Ilm rilii
Una ami rospoCI of III'- pCPplea II. ran
at Hi.- Inal election as Hi', i.pie's can?
didate for llhvornor, Much is Ihe hle.h
standing ? ? i' Mm mail, who. mil of Iiis \
own experience, advises > ??11 lo tied IJr.
Greene's Nei'vUrn blood ami la-i s .? rem?
edy in I.mod
"Wo have iifjod Dr. fircone's Norviiru
iiln.nl and nerve reined in our family,
ho : :, vs. ? and think highly Of ? \\ .?
i iiiild plainly nee llial Ii lind I ho desired
effect upon .Mrs. McGMnnlss. und firmly!
believe lhal, could wo have persuaded]
hei i" us.- tin- medicine, it would liavel
od rod her entirely from her extremely!
nervous condition, inn she was greatly!
hi ni jlted as It was.
"\\'i huve usrd it in our fa hilly with I
good results, end recommended il to]
our frl-nds. and know ?.f niany who
huve Used Dr. Greene's Norvuru hi.I
ami nerve remedy with the herd results. .
I do nut hesitate t" reepmmend Hu- med?
icine to nl! i' I a wonderful medi?
it must Indeed In- a great and good
medielne which o;tn nail out auch'
strong words in Its- pvnivt' an this rec
.mondlitlon of this honored stater.
inah, for all tonne Dr. Greene's Nervura
lilood and nervo r 'inody In be cured.
Ihtl it Is a rnct that doctora, states?
man, scholars, preachers, druggists,
and the people everywhere, unite with
one voice In oroi mincing this grand
medicine the greatest eurer of disease
ever known, The weak, the feeble, the
nervous, ihe run-down und debilitated',
thp (sufferers rrom poor blood, rhcuma
tlsm, dyspepsia, kidney and liver dls
? ist all are restored to health and
strength by it:* marvelous curative pow?
it is nol a patent medicine, hut the
prescription of Ihe most successful liv
iug Specialist in curing nervous and
strength li; Its marvelous curative pow,
Itth street N w York city. He has the
largest practice In the world, and this
grand n ? dical discovery is tin- result of
Ids vast ? \; . rli nee. The great repUta
tii.f Dr. Greene Is n guarantee that
his medlclm ? III ? tire, and the fact that
he can be consulted l>y any one at any
lime fr<.f i hnrgc, personally or by
leter. gives nbsolute assurance of the
beneficial action <>f this wonderful med?
& Ladies m a
r)?r UaZer-proof Hoy
May bo because we try to treat (lipm
courteously, xvhetlu r they buy or not
and think it policy to he frank and fulr.
Ihere lit generally Homebodies wife or
mother in here buying Child's clothes.
The Indies seem t<> btlj* nil day. and the
ni 'ti come for the real lit l/lglit.
Olio thing Is certain, that If the Chil?
dren's Suits, brown, blue, .May and many
mixtures were noi cheap they would Hot
sell so fast. Ncplvne, nntl-Plule, they
Call them: they are hj aa English pro?
cess rendered nhsdlutcly water proof.
Ml ft L SIS ftil iilBi
OF -\ to Iti-.SLI.LO.
nr.d m> Rtdls that tit mother1
mm & mmmi m w itn&
On the way and here: MEN'S TOP COATS SIO to S^5, and
; never let you gel In t'e* value anywhere, else.
Pabst Milwaukee Beer. J^BfQ
?iMc.?.7?. HFTTZ'S m ID PGRTEfi wnmM
J.E. FULFORD.Sole Agent.
*ti Bpeclsl IMIlTcn tor Privat* r .unities