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MATTERS TO THINK OF
The Promiscuous and Dangerous Shooting
in and Arounu Cottage Placs Continues.
MR. LASH, THE NEWY. M.G. A. PRESIDENT
Chicken Thieves on Hie War I'ntti
Til*' Collage II ?tue ?'?uiniitij TIjo
(ieniniiiN el .'Irs. Cnvondj The
!?? IhiiuiM l?? Have a l air A llouUej
Pari) i<? He Given.
Tie re was ho decket in Hie Mayor's
Court ye?t? rday.
There was nothing done In the Hus?
tings Court velserday.
A few hands were taken on at the
s >ahoard Air Line simps yesterday.
Nothing was registered at the station
house last night, net even a drulik.
Sheriff .1. W. VVillhims, of Spiithainp
ion county, wus in ihe city yesterday.
Th.- City of Norfolk will be ready to
go on the line again in tiboul , tea
Sirs. I.i.in. George II. Clouding left
last night for N- w York lo join her hus?
There will not be another meetlnB
of the Council before the 5lh or No?
The Norfolk Coiiiity Court will begin
en Monday the ci'lihlhal docket. h in
a large one.
The Portsmouth Itllh- I 'rum < 'orps will
n ceo m pa in Crimes' Battery on tin li'
trip to A i hi ui.i.
A uilUlhi i' of persons will go t<> Ni \v
|)Ort News to-day 10 sec the launch . f
the tw.. gunboats.
Yesterdn> being St. Luke's day, ap?
propriate services were held in ihe
ii h- said that Portsmouth will have
at least .".'in i.pie copies.mting her in
Atlanta li> Ni wCek,
If the> don'i hurry up, .Mr. Mason
will huve his road running through the
city before they ?!...
Services pi ? ear:.lory to Communion
oh Sunday were held In tin- Prosby
i rim Church Inst nicht.
Mr. T L. Moore, a grocery merchant
on Market S<iuni-C. ha.- made ah as
slgumenl lo s. C. Crown.
Chicken slii. ves visited several places
on Washington street Th?rs.lay night,
but were unsuccessful in tiielr effort.
The Indies conneciod w ith Monumental
;?' whig Society will give a ilotlky put ij
Monday afternoon from :t t>> :, ... p.. k
The Koiirtb Yltgfnln ileginieiit will
leave on a special titihi over the Sea?
board Air Lliie lo-nlght for Atlanta
is Is abtun time the Portsmouth
street ruiiroitd was making some show
In ::.!!?] i.. I.nil.ling ihe electric loud.
The lecture of Itev. Dr. Wruy lit
Ceiilrtii Church Thiirsdhy night, was
highly Interesting as well as Instruc?
Kev.-ryhndy must have concluded t<>
reinlilil at bom. last night, judging
from the few people who were oh Hie
A sneak llieif went in a store on Mi. h
street, Kin.ling ihm he was wiitchcil
he slipped out ami (lew down lie- street
as ha 111 as In- Could g...
The Committee oti School Iteguln
lloll tin t irtst tile,it al the resilience
-?!' Mr. w a. Culpepper, on south str< t.
mid revised the regulations cdifs'tiUtrn'
The Junior lOleven will play the Hin ta?
blet on tea III a cam.- ,,t fool-bull On the
24th instant, in llraniMeton, The hoys
will make a g.I showing for tlieih
it has not been .hiinii.lv settled as
t.. what will he dorn- w ith'the Texas.
She may m.t i?. docked at all. Hoiw -
? ?ver. the question will be settled on
Atlantic Division, IT, l: . k. of p., will
make J20 on their i xcurslou to Suffoll
They are making nrang* meats to hold
u fair th.- hitter part of Nov.-tnl.er at
th- i Ity Hall
Messrs. Mayhnrd und Watson are in
. irespondetuv with a number of g.I
players, hut hav.tly signed Hall.
end lira ml I Hargrove- Is expected t>.
Sigh w it h t belli
The remains ..: Mr Joseph CaVonilv.
who di. .I in New Y. rk, will arrive In ro
< n Sunday via the New York ami P. nn
sylyunin railroad, ami will be Intercd
In Oak Grove Cemetery;
The engine and a portion of the inn
chlnofy foi the .-..'ton factory will lie
shipped to this city by the contractor
op Monday. IMsl; It will reacli here
tin Intti r pan of the week.
Mr. Elder Lush will enter immediate?
ly upon his duties ns president of the
Y. M C \ and will ti v and put new
life inn. Hi. Association, li.. asks the
hearty co-operatioii of all citizens
Harry Nur.-, a colored hoy. is . hnrj cd
with throwing a ritek Into the stand ,?!.
the corner of ?'...inl\ and CliVWfohl
streets and breaking sonn- candy jat'
Ilg Will have a hearing Ibis morning
The Col tage Horn,. Company will com?
ment, the . rectlon ..! a number . .
houses in Prent Is Pia,-, Immediately so
iis to ha vo thei.tidy for occupancy
the time work at the factory commences.
The promiscuous shooting on life gij!
l-urbs continues nightly; \ few nights
ago a lady was put ting her child reii to
bed whet, a hulh-t came through the
Window ami lmb.-d.-d llself in tin- man
The firs! concei i in th. y m. r .\
Star i'ours.- will he given by the Lotus
Glee i luh ami Miss Marshall on Tues?
day evening next. Tickets will on
sale at tie- v. m. c. A. rooms Mondiiv
at :i o clock a. nt.
The t, lal of Mr Kil ii ,-,?. dredging
oysters, came off yesterday aft.-,,.
before JusliCe Rulter. who after hertti
iny all th.. testimony, dismiss..,) the
case, th- parties who had him air.-st.-d
Jailiic: t.. make a ease.
An attempt was made t,, break int..
some box cars lying .?, |,?. ,r.?.k ,?..,,.
(lentis Place I'hursdny night There
are a numb.., of empty cars that are
hit on those tracks, ami tramps oecu
P.v (helll ? ..iv nicht.
se.-nis I., i... ponie misundet'
?tnndlng in regard to the ti. tiboul
partridge shooting. On .lanuarv -d
l"iv was passed mnkitig it nnln'w
lul to shoot partridge in Norfolk ruini
iy earlier than November ist. but ,,,|
the lib a general law was passed stat?
ing October 15th, and that law repealed
all othei law.. So Hie i.'.ih Df i >. tobor
mint be Ho- time.
Nearly .-t. ryone needi a good tonic at
fhis season, Hood's Sursnparllln Is the
true tonle s.s.l I.Ii....i taiiitier
?h?c. reift Cry foi
KlVeliOII ??l IhtUWUNi
At the fourth ciuurterly conference of
Efllnghhin Street M. M. Church, h< l?l
Thursday night, the following deacons
were, elected: a. \v. Moot.-. Joseph T.
Owens, Charles Harris ami Win. Mar?
lin Mr. A \v. Moore wan elected i
trust.?<?. vice. .George W. Morse, resigned.
A. \V. Moore was elected district ste?
ward. Mi. Joseph T. Owen? was tin- I
nntmotisly recommended for superin?
tendent of the school. The other olll
cers will It.- elecu <l Inter.
lien III ul a Promt King laiilj .
'I'll-- sympathy of lie- community Im
extended to Mr. ami Mrs. John M. Spin?
dle on account of the loss ?>! their daugh
ler, Uettie, aged 17 years, which oc?
curred at their real dene, No, l""t Wash?
ington street, yesterday morning, after
a short lllie-ss. Bettle w.is h bright,
promising young lady and had just
entered womanhood, and at the time
when her parents hearts were IIlied \\ it Ii
bright hopes of het future, she was cut
down and is no mure.
\rresell for llrciigiiiig ?lysices.
Constable Edwin Elliott yesterday nr
resti 'i t'apt. Curtis Klllott. owner of tin
sloop Alma, for dredging ..\ -M. i s on the
i'iai Island rocks. Capl. Klliott
rents over 200 acres around the shores
and ?!.inns that he was dredging as lie
had ii right t<> do from his own hods,
while the ollicer claims that he was at
work outside of ti... limit, and lastend
of In six feet "i" water, was dredging
in lit.n feet water, Cript. Klllott gave
boitd lor his appearance.
"Vnv.v-Ti ar?l Votes.
"I'll.. Montgomery left tin- yard for
Now p. i t News yesterday afternoon.
' Admiral Itrowh and party will leave
tlie : rird on u tue. lor Newport News
to witness tin- launching of the two
KtinbuatK. They will carry |he I'ost
hand with ill.
Iteattl i>i \ n I aniiit.
Mr and Mis Win. M. heCotnple lost
by deal It yesterday their Infant son.
Keiijamiii I'rani.lin. aged In months.
The funeral will take place to-monow i
(Sunday) niorning. at in o'clock froth
their residence, corner of Eiilhghnm ijiid
D'liyette str. etsi
t :.e I*resell) t'eneralion
Live* at teiographljj yp.vcd??<at too fast. <
relln.s too late, doca not rli:< betimes. I
intakes and 'alas, thit We'should luiv< to
sit; it'i ..tins lo> imieh lot...o The
. on- ? ipieitci s are dyspepsia, it Kciior.'il
absence of that lohnst and1 manly vlitor
vvlili h ? Ititraett i l/.ed our ancestors, und
liiitnifcst protieness tu . in ly il.eny. Itcgtl
1:1 r hours, a due ail.,win.. . of time for
mi'uls, the disuse ??)' exeesslve smoking.
anil altogether of chewim; io\tn. in
??(Munition with a ...nrs.. of Hosteller's
Stomach !:n- i . will in nine rases out
.1 on efface eotiseo,ueaces of Hie aliases
..f Hi- I nws ..I h.iilth Indicated above,
want of stamina, dyspepsia, nervousness
in.I biliousness are aiuonit lies.- conse?
quences, and they nr. br>dll\ ills to lite
reatoviii of which it.,- Hitters Is speclallv
idiiptfd Nor is the Hilters Iis.? lilted In
irveicoiao ..ml prevent fever ami in-lie,
khltiey an.I bladder troubles an.I rltetl
taaile ailments. Ii is also a line up
pellzci and promoter ol convalescence.
ii, V. tiuskins, Funeral Uirector and
Km balm er, OtO Middle street, Ports?
mouth. Vit. Residence; S09 Court Street.
I>. cpal c.
t.? i... pleased. Never have letter
goods been shown. Never have great?
er varieties he.-n offered; Never have
prices been so low. There is no room
for improvement in the bargains we
offer in Men and I toys' clothing,
our stock Is now complete, ami to be'
salisllcd von should give ns a trial.
LEVY & JACOBS
! _ 200 High street.
I lloii'l ? are a f(:ip
about compel it toi. Suits and Over
coats; I've bbtight Intiidreds of iheni,
aii.l I <: ih11 bu> on. to i; ,.p either,
(?lit y io going at $5 to $17 50. \\ !.? n
von see ih mi you'll marvel at the value
Men's. Youths' hnd Children's Kail
Suits ready for your inspection. < ur i
.vltidow display will give you an idea
ril lo\V pi Ices. M. lH'SENItAl'M,
Uli ..ml I is High st . Port mtotith.
<?? <? rcMtits.
We hnvo tiein. AI! styles. No old1
stock here Fresh, new goods, just
opened, Give us a trial. We can save
you money. flead?iuarters for tin.- tailor?
ing Stilt made to meai tire. $15 and tip,
Money refunded if goo.ls are tin satis
AC'ME CUOTHINC HOITSK,
32'S 111:;!: street. j
Opposite Occtin lb.use.
.lohn A. Morris. Manager.
Wf llou'l '(%aiil Hie I'll rill,
lint would be satisfied with a sinall I
part of it. W.- don't wanl to sell all
the Clotliins. h'it would appreciate a
shrio .I yottr patronage. We promise,
to glv y"'1 Ari ~< oil value fot your
inono.v. it not batteri than you'll I
anvwliere t?sei Our slock Is tlte lariii-.d
In the elty end Prices tie- l.mvest. Wo
have M h'$ Suits riiiiginii i; price front
$5 io $22.50 tier suit. Roys' Suits, sizi i
Idr.'ti's Suits. ;" to I'".. Ironi $1.50 la t?.50
II to 20, from ?l to $15 per suit; Chil
P'<r suit. These goods are all stilistmi
tlally made and cut in He- latest styles.
Wo lire also sol. agent for He- eel.
bi lled Sweet. Orr .\ Co. Overalls and
Trousers. Every pair warrchlcd not
r.KI.Sl.At'KK .v ANTONY,
til High street,
_Second door form Crhtvford
Ol I lie loo.ooa I'ersonx
Who hav? lately visltiid Port Norfolk
He general opinion is that it is the most
dosltable site for hoinci) ami for Invest
iheuta on Norfolk hurhor, and since lite
Oipuipinent of ihe eiectrlc rullway it it,
eligible to the business men of the three
cities, fur.- aii end water, large lots,
low prices, low luxes, ('heap living,
!, ii. Is. Churches and all modern advan?
tages; with ih,' certainty of rapidly Iti
eivasin;; values, due :.. general devclop
meni and tie- location of the Southern
railway lerinlniis In vMolniiy. Vcstl
bijle olcCtrlC ears .-ach way i very in.If
hour. Call on M VV Mason. Columbia
building. Norfolk, Vn.
I A bin reduclioii on enrpets. rcfrlgern
torsi canopies, and oil cloth for the next
IhlrtN tin; ; P.uv now and save money,
at .1. S < 'raw lord's
lliill-ITirc Kale ol I'.iiililelteorle-i.
P*K>m 10 until Ii." o'clock for the rc
maiuder of this week our entire Hue of
embroideries at half price
special prices on aii remnants. 12V..C
hose, three pairs for 25c.
A .1. PHII;TdPS,
?ndi r < ixfot d Hall.
S02 and SOI High Street.
<;<> |o llninoiilt-. lor it.i aiiis.
The Suffolk Fair a Success, Both Fiom a
Stockholders and Spectators Standpoint.
ANDERSON. OF NORFOLK, WINS A RACE.
I'rl/.c Winners in (I:.- Livestock l?o
|?lirtiucill V Serious \eei,Ceol I?
Coiltttttlltc llrniicll ItnsiiiesN i'riius
It r teil tu I lie < Iren 11 Court anil
Mui-li Oilier Nous.
Suffolk, V.l.. Oct. in. (Special.)
With the rendition of lo-duy's pi"
gramme terminated llio fourth annual
<. Ii brat lot i of the Suffolk Knlr und Ae
rieultiirul Association. Itoth from Uli
Binndpolrii of ;n spectntor anil slock
holder iliis year's fair has lieen a siic
eess. notwithstanding, IIa weeks o(
diiaughi which preceded its ihntigurri
lion, nor the existence of a general
li,lain la! depression, i'he various .-\
inhits. prominent among which wen
ihose on ihe nice course, wore Inter
cstiug to the spectators, ami a stilllcleni
niiinhi r Of ihe laller atteniletl to result
in profit it, tin- nt-soclut ion.
'Ph.- crowd present Cm last chiy,
not compare in size with that or Thilrs
lay. hut cpiishlcrahle enthusiasm was
shown in Ilm principal event n ittci
between hoi-.... owned in this ami an
joining counties, mile heats, best two in
Ihlee. Starters: Sain Sailor, 'Pom,
1 losler. Norfolk county: Clav, i
Brothers; Suftolkl It. Itllll. . .1 T,
Purker, Suffolk; l.udy Stacker, Timin?
gs ilrlllln. Norfolk county; Al s..
W. M. Atkinson, Suffolk: Some oi tie
starlets were hardly mOrC than c-lts.
P.-ing a home nice, the l i st of feeiit g
prevailed in llle contest, 'i'he race wits
won hy Sam S::i'i;-. in two straight,
witli t!n ollv r positions as follows.
I.hdy Stricker . - t
S.u.i. Salt.-r . 1 I
liny lillile . t ?'?
Tine-: :!!">"? i-J in each heal.
I.adv SlaCkci ami Buy Bllllo t.ed tor
third money, and an additional heul d -
CidctJ in -tlii- hitter's favor. fixed the
money positions :-.s follows S Sal
t. r. lust; AI. S., second; jtiiy Ittllle,
third; Liidv Stncker. fourth.
A half mile oin -heat bicycle race was
won hy Anderson, of Norfolk, in l:lti?,'t.
.Imigis of awards in the several <!??
purtmeiils have furnished Th - Vir
r<l It lit II Wliil a ion . lisi of prUo ex?
hibits. Owing to tin- great numl, >? bf
premiums only ihe |iii:'.i- winners in 11,?.'
ilvi s lock depart im nt will ho publish?
ed i edity. i leri tln-y are';
liest one-year-old trotting Colt, \V. T
.- ititldi rs; Nans- in ind county';
It. si two-year-old trotting colt, Sam
in I Walt-.n. falls Mills Va
liest stallion foi hi.. ding, I',. K. P.
Tilrhci', Nans. tie.ml county.
Best trotting stallion for breeding, .1.
T. P ft
Pest hi.i mare, Samuel Walton.
Kails Mills. V.-i
lest I.rood mare with suckling colt,
.1 T. Pnrktr. Suffolk.
p.-1 liiart mare, Purw.il Blddick.
, K.si .?oiihh- tctini In light harms.-.
I! II. North el. West Norfolk, \ .:
Ntosl stylish h ose in light haim-ss.
Daniel Brothers. Stip'oik
.Most beautiful and stylish horsC, K.
I. < 'rttni| 1. r. Ariingdale, Vn
ll.sl. .lae!.. W. II Savage. Cat.
county. N I.'.
Itesl .b rse> bell'i r. D. .1. Oriiv. Nan.-,
Itesl mixed breed heifer, .1. T. Nur
I t cow ami calf, R. A. i diver.
Nniisemond count .v.
lies) .'? : ey rod sbw and pigs. Lem
m 1 llurst. SutTolk.
iicsi pell of land.. . W. H. Kim, Naii
Hi st pen ..f siii op. w. ;;. Klt'h.
Ih st buck ram. W. II Kirn,
liest Pohl ml Chiilii sow ami pigs.
T. .1 Saunders. Nausomond ?omni.
Itesl mixed breed sow ami pigs. A. W
Oilier, Naiiseninml county.
I'i:i.l. I.IKR A PKA D MAX Coiistn
1 !?? Itranch's actlt itj in the upprclioii
sioujof criminals will ho intoi riipiod for]
a f.-w ,la.\ sa-a .-oi,se.|,i..,.t t. s 11:.|.? 1
sprain r< e, it ? .1 al Olli i o'eioj k last
evening, Afti i th. Pair as he was
walking ahmt. Kan! Washington street
his fool struck a boh- in He pavement
which gate his .inkle such a t'wikt I
as lo rupture the muscles. Tie- pain
was so intense that Branch fainted am!
1.11 like a dead man. lie was taken
into a buck .in ..t l:. i:. Bailer's
I ,-.r. where Dr .1 Al Ciibsoh was sum
iiioncd and made his patient as coin
I foi table as possible, He w ill I..- .Iis
aide I t or several da v s.
I POiMtTll DA V t?llciriT COl'UT
ein nil Court, Judge Prent is presiding,
I was occupied yesterday till i o'clock
in the trial of the ease of W. IS. Per
gusoii ,i. ?'... vs. M. P. Lloyd ami .1. V
l-'r. en. \. action to secure judgment for
J.'i?O. lln- faee of a note mad,- by said
Lloyd and indotifod by ?nid Kr-. n. \
I-: K; Holland and Itawhs ami Hrigg.?
ivpiescttted th.- plaintirfs ntid defend'
tints, respectively. At*, i examination
of wiinossMS ami nt'gumeiil by eotinscl
the ca.-e whs given t>- the jury, wie
c..\, F'i|rguson ?'.- Co. a Judgment
against Lloyd for the amount, and ex?
empted Pree.noy from further respon?
I.ONN1K TAYI.OH DISMISSp.D.
I.onnlc Taylor (colored) was yesterday
before Justice I; H. Maker for a pre
[ limitiary ht'aritlg op He- charge of as
ka'iiltiug OCcola ''iit.-r iwhitC) oil lie
Cembei' I iM^'i Several \vltnesse?
were produced to prove an alibi, which
was sustained hy the justice, who dis
missed the warrant, Taylor showed
gi.-al joy at his liberation.
Sin.i.n Lawrence, copyist at th
Count} Clerk's olllee. will to-liny sur
render his position to W. S Anas, son
pi Sergeant Ames. Ill health, resulting
iron! confinement, is tin- cause of res?
Ail. Samuel Walton, who had six pi
eight of his horses at tin- Suffolk fair,
expects to ink.- rheiii nexi Week lb Pa
lelgh; N. iV. ami from theile*- to fields
yille, if ib.- rae. s al the former placi
fieri Densen; a colored albino, was (lib
week married in the cttiliity, near Pi
U.V. Ills wile Is said tO I..- halt wilted
Harper .v West have purchased i h.
Insurance agency of Treadwhy ?V. Phr
iiier, at Kmpoi in, \fa
The following Indien arid gentleiuen
will lenve this morning via Seaboard
Air Line for AI Ian tu, Ott.; to attend the
Exposition: Mis. l,. Herkley und
daughter, Miss .Maltha; Mis. it. \V.
SVIIIInjjs an.I daughter; Ml us, Elsie;
Mr. .1. ii. .laycoeks undMa?ghtor. Miss
Last Sun.lav nlghl a gentleman liv?
ing In South Norfolk borrowed a Inns.,
from a Hebrew ..f that place and hitch?
ed the animal to a double buggy ami
took a collide of young ladles to South
Norfolk M. 10, Church. After s. ivh
he wont out to not his hot and found
that ih.- Hehr? w had been to the church
and unhitched his horso from the buggy
ami taken it home The geutleiunn was
very much |>ul out by tin conduct of the
Hebrew, and yesterday he met him for
the llrst time anil gave him a alight
thrashing. No urreatn were made.
A countryman left ids horse and . irl
standing in front of a bar ..a Liberty
street yesterday, while he w. ni in to c."t
a drink, ami when ho returned to bis
cart he found that some one had stole
a pair of allocs t I'Olll him.
.Mr. It Krank llnndbcrry ami bride!
win. were married in Washiugion, IX
I'., on the l.th inst.. have returned to
Mrs. I'M. <t woo.I |?. Snow.:, ii, i>f Kllow
den, N. C. who bus been \i itloa Hi.
Misses Ohl. on North street, returned
i'rof. I'.e'.l.r/.'/a. ..r Norfolk, will opeii
a .lam in^ school in I'erklev in the near
Mr. T IV New berry will lenve for
North Carolina this morning t,, a.pt
a position. ?
Mr. Sam. npton has opened a burbot
slop on Horkley avenue.
The f> Mowing letter was received last
nlghl from Xieineyor-Shaw Catiip. ?' v
and a- ii en,eins . Iber members ?
lb. pri ss I publish It as a w hol. .and Ii
turn thanks to th.- camp for their kind
Nlemeyor-Shaw CiHrip; i'. v..
Hi i kley, V*?.. i ie: ? 71 h isiKi
Mr. Com., v. Old. Herkle: CorrespdtP
dent of Hie Norfolk Vlrginl in
Dear Sir; -At a meeting >jl tlit: camp
h. hl on ihc 1.1th inst.. al i:-. hcndiVliar
t. i .. i \yns I'coucHtcd t" extend p. th.
!epiosentaHv.I the presse an invltii
Hoii to alten.? the Presbyterian Church
Hcrkley, >n Sundav evening, ??etober
With, at 7. a .. e|o, k. p. lu-a . s| ? . la I
sermon to lie .!. |i\ ?red p. t a- , amp hj
rennest, from Ijtey, Win. A. Sla\ maker.
I earnestly hop., that you cail make ?
com eiilent t" be pr< sent m Ith in
\ cry I rnl> \ ? airs.
WM. ii KIUP.Y
S1LVEIS VNNIVKtiSAIt\ ct.est
?int Street m. k Church will eelolirati
its'twenty-flfth aiitilv. rsut < next week.
An appropriate sermon will preach?
ed op Shmlay morning i>\ lt?v. ii
Ha.v. !?. I?. Tie- lekl Will Ii. "V.all:
About Klon." 1 >i . Ha v .. Ill discUss
"S|.ial Providence in Hie Orlgtti ait'
Crow ih of Methodism.'' t in Krldtt'y ev
the hnnlvotsary of the on ini'/.atioO ??;
th.- eongngnU'>n. there win be a ''all
members ami friends of th.- church a..
Invited. An attractive pi'_''? ramme he -
be. n arrnhgedj
HOUSE OF EPISCOPAL DEPUTIES
A Sensation ('rented In !ieil<lliig llticli
tlic IUsllO|i's *-. o iiiii.-il ion.
Minneapolis. Oct. iv .The Episcopal
Deputies Inaugurated th.- business (if
Hie fifteenth day's session this iiioitdng
with a i. p. it from the Cothliiltl ? oi.
Consecration id the Hlsliops^ippi-ovinj;
lie- nomination dt Kev. |Vier Trimbl.-.
of Sauli st,- Marie, Mich., a- mlssloiuiri
Hlshop ? : Alaska.
Sometliiim of a s. usatton was created
w hen. I lean Hoffman, from t In-<'ommit
I.-, on i '. a.-, elation of Hlshop t, i ? ?
sen ted a supplementary reports. :-i ;
l I he I i
ti.il ilex .1. M. Kr?usle as r ijoj
K.Votti, Japan, on Iho |:round that (In
hig 11.i ?> ai ion of i In- proposed .iarl
diction, an I had no information thai
such jurisdiction had beett Canmiicult'
The Deputies were evidently in I in
to he jealous of their vested rights, for
wh.-n ih" question on the adoptl< u
th,- report was pin not a
raised in the negative, and tie. on - ?
of the Itlshops was returned (o Hem
Tie- coiidltlotl of ex-C.ov. Hullock, lay
deputy from Heorgia, wie. lias I.u ill
since He- assembling of the convention,
waf so far improved to-day that Iii! wi
peimitted to |on\ e his room.
Unii.'s com fori and improvement tint)
!? ad- to pcr-onal ehjoyirictil when
rightly tiisou. Tito ninny, who live I. ;
i. r thanothers and enjoy life more, with
Iciis expenditure^ by ntoi'o promptly
wlaptin't' tlie world's in-t products t.?
the needs of physical being, nil! htt< ?'
the yn I lie to health of the pure liqt . 1
laxative principles embraced in iltu
remedy, Syrup of I- ic,>.
Its excellence, i- due to its presenting
in tin- form most ac(!e|?lalile ami pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
?li.'i.il properties oi a perfect lax?
ative; < nectunlly cleansing the system,
li-i.i Hin- < olds, headaches and fevers
und permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfai tion to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because ii nets ion the Kid?
neys. Liver and llowels without weak?
ening them and ii is jm rfectly free front
. very objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is foi sale by all drug*
gists in 50c and rf 1 hottlcsj but ii is man
iifaetttred by tin- Californin Fig Syrup
I 'o. only, whose name is printed on every
meknge, also Lite mime, Syrtip of Figs,
mil liointr well informed, you will not
tceept auy substitute il oflered.
Notice to Portsmouth Taxpayers.
Tax hooks l?m- IstG taxes are now
ready, iukI the Collector 1: ready i<> col
loci tlu, syiin-. \\y iitiylut; Ihls lax on di
before Ihe "Is! Inslillll yoii will save Un?
usual iH'iialiy, v. til. it will lie milled after
Dial iluli || \ III Tl INNS.
oclli-ioi city Collector.
We are still doing business lit the old
suuel uiul nolle I i muh urdcrii for COAL*
The \l. C. Brooks Comp'y.
WOOD AND COAL.
, A nil where lo luij it Is n question of
seine couslilet illoil I have tin- iiesl ilia'.
Cull l>e hail Slovi ami Nu I Coal, nice
ami el.-.in. ii . | . ? (on Drv Blieltvred
l- ii hi \\ ooil \i ?? ihe Ih'si > >al< \\.i
i-'iiil weight .in i ii" i in., guaranteed.
II. }:. WlI K in.-. Washington street.
Portsmouth, Va I'liime'.us. sc^-lin
\A/. O. NASH'S,
229 UK .11 ST.
Von will llnil lit. lai ? i an.I best ass.nl
e.l stock ot Cnii. ami Clonks to be
found In the Tw in fin. .
Klommt lU-tlvei anil Kci e\ Coats, lat?
est CHI, "t AHti-iichum Itoiiele, I tin -
KOiials, Kreuch ? Int li Coats ibeaulles)
it. 1.1 JI0..V1 Klegiim s.-ei I'lusb
Cu|>< * edged wild ...i ei |..aV?r ii.Oil
Jti.WI 4o SS.7.". Klco.lri Hi nt, Ciintlthl S. al.
Wool Seal. ItellVer llll.l \ I I'll llllll Cll|IOM
hi all ..ii.-. .. laami! ul all wool I Mess
(ttioils al '..'?-. ami u>?, ..II I'.iadeS an.t
si vies In blacks an.I ? iloi
Von will also Uiul nil la > season's
Cloaks on special at i-uuliter, no.I von
can net some goo I valm ... heap.
It KM KM It Kit AT
W. ?C. NASH'S,
Now Open lot' Winter Boarders.
Sl'KClAI, ItATKS C.IVKN CNTII. man
'I In- rcsiiillrunt w ill lie open ail lie
-.on. with eveiVthlni! in sotisoh v.. ?III
inn at riet I v I.VNNIIAVKN OYST-llttt
in all stvli s. S|.. - lul lltleltlloll given 1?
? ?YSTKH SCI'I'KltH lor piitlh
l.iANCINC! loo He- inlhll. ever:
NiUlt'l*. except Saturn.u Kleetrle can
run to the iloor livery ball iioiu iinti
liAXClXli Ihre?! i.i 'it ? in lie- week
Monday. Wednesday und Kriijity
ile- imvllloti l new enclosed. Privat
parties can engage ti..- saiilo ..n Tue.'
Havs and Thursdays. Appl} '" the Uii
I. ! b n- d.
M .i Mft.VKV. Proprii toi
'l: S.M.K A llltht, i.loll very wins
lilUOSI lew will I e sold ol|e|||l I i? In
ITvjfli s\i i. ON ACCOUNT OK WHOM
" IT M.\x CONCKIIN- I. A It o Hi
AMOUNT OK COTTON l>AMAOKI) IN
Tin-: I.ati: KlItK, Scaled ill.I-. i'm the
put. has. of Ii,,, cotton ilaitaged liy the I
lute lh>- at Hi. Seaboard Air i.Iik- Wan- I
house "O," in Portsmouth, Va . will im
r.Iveil i.\ the insh i shun .1 until i.'
o'ulock noon. TCK.HOAY; Ootolier 22d,
iv. in.is win i... i.ivi.i i.a- the entire
lot hi ooilou now ...i tin vacuaI |..i. eor
ucr of OIuhkow ami Water Streets, Pbrts
111.null. Vll. Tin cotton will Is! at the
risk nt Hie purcliuser twenty;four hours
aflCr notice liinl hi" hid I- accepted.
I IMt.MS ?' VHII
Thii rlkhl i rei i\..t lo reject any ami
I.Ktlll l: WATTS,
i lonei'iil < '..iiii .. l. i in..ii 11. |..,i.
oi lX-toL'J I'. i< iiunitll, Ya.
Specials for Today.
Klhc Cornell Salmon, i". i-r pound;
inn' la rite Queen Olive?, S?e. pi ?;? iiuitrt;
iIII . I'ouu.l packages Propiircil Illicit'
wheat, l-'-.i' . Uli? Til Me Pctu-lics; I?.
per ..in. VVe luiye some verj line Corn?
ell K|totM au-1 Mullets Try Iheiii. I'm.'
OrlOil I'ir.s. Mo per i Kin ml >.i ihrer i>ounds
im- ".".I iion i fall in try our Cracked
drain .lava Coffee. It is flue ?iliy 23oi!
i ? W IHMKIINS ,v i 'i i
.Y5,000 Accident Insurance.
$2t .\ ykai:
s:i.iiiio. 3.1e ii l?n> . s l.?o a tloulh.
Von need ii |K>rnianently. Im not
iriivi I wlthoiit it.
ocio- .1? >l I N I. \VAT8< IN.
* Mill* for ? Sale*
At Portsmouth, Va.
Mill t ill-. equipped with Saw Mill.
Shingle Machines, Clam is ami all Mlt
chlnery necessary lo operate a llrst
cltiss Itlhbcd Shlhglc or llox Kactory.
Will sell Saw Mill ami Slllilglc Ma?
chinery separately, to be iuoved, or will
il all machinery with thu mill build?
tiood party can lltiy tin' mill building
anil ma, Inn. r\ With long lease mi the
land, oi w ill sell hind with the building.
This ni.ii hinery is as gl'iotl as new,
ami will I..- sold at halt' its value on
I'ciisonahle terms, lias many hdvtlti
tikgei that ciiiiiioi i.xplnlued here.
VVliti ftn Hill liifbl maiiou.
C U1 LTS, W HITE Q.
QUILTS. QUILTS, QUILTS.
a lurgo ha received lo-iluy. ribtii <? tin
1. ..seh wolth, %\ al 7-"'i . Quills
worth $1 H.'nil SI '.""Its. worth 11 .Sil itt f I.
Quills w..t in j: in $1.10, All tile above
i I,hi;, sizes i'iiII and exuiuluo ipilekly.
tiKU, H ltl',1.1.. .'.min,
No. 215 High Street,
LOTUS G 1.13IC CL.U?
MI HS MARSHALL.
TU KS DA V < a T< ?MIM: 22.
Tickets >>n Halt! In V M. ?'. A. roumi
M.lay, October at '.' o'clock
It Does Not Follow
tbal you colli Hub when you ko a-tishlng.
Von littist ko when- I lie iWh are und bo
provided with the linln kind of tackle.
no doubt you know ihe heal Dslilng place
In tili.? Mention and you also know that
Hie liest llllice in I'oi'lstnootll to hnv tlsh
lun i e kle I- Iii? 11 lull Btrct our stock
einliraees nil nllltely everything in the
llslllllu way from
WUS AMI HI IIS. um
cjni Leaders specially tied
for rock and Iroui fishing.
GUNS AND SPORTING
W. H. WHITES SFOJlfi HOUSE,
ig; ii'toii ? '? ? poutsm? ? i' r 11. va.
FALL AND WINTER
\n extensive vnrii i\ ol imported Hoods
for Kall und Whip r Bulling* just re
(?elved ?'.dl und examine the many
patterns before they nre. picked over.
i can make you up a handsome light or
heavi Overcoat nt u reasonable figure.
Always on hand, the latest styles In all
? Iass< of Men's Kurnlshlnus.
W. H. bfek3.
.. I tilth street. Portsmouth, Va.
Iiijiii uit< thnt uro
. ally . \. fllOin iMi
lot, l?.-.. |l,.|,l. .?
I I;'. I;. Tin villi? .
? Ii '
10 and $12 ' loan. Ol
iu.it.Ii ial. tiiadc. wlih
? in- tu-, ilini will
iis oi buyer* who
? i lb i ay fully olio?
t h;i|i . ilu must iii.
? .itn.l In this city,
hltli oi?- thousand
ij ? rs i a ii eei lalnly
i tlollui s oil ?;\ dry
? It. s- it,-a |v Mini, Waists of blac-lt,
. red llatniel, ?iuldu'i with silk. ?1.S.V
ondcrfnl Belling this: All wool fan
in loiighish efforts, Htliff thai should
ig 50c., Is la re ut SOc'. a yard. Tiiey
.! ;,i-t. though, Then at s<^u.
Ii Uatictes, sllol with bright sparks
/lit beauties thiit, ii wo asked their
ih. would l>e ?5e.
h Diagonal Boucle, black and wooly
? Newfoundland, cloaking, this, .*.;
ICS wiili-. $- a yard.
..-11 things h. Km pi re Buttons, them
u 33c. lo $12 a dozen.
ilheso Bugs, three feet wide, six f<- -t
:. and < PMC 0,ltjl My. $1.2!'.
nj i "i.v. I--, pun- linen, fringed
Ill I GUV
HE BEST DRESSED
ine by n" means Ihose who
spend I lie im >si extravagant
prices i"i the clothes they wear.
With Ihe approval ol the peo?
ple we've established hew and
very much lower prices fori
( Nothing'. . oil can't go any?
where within a hundred miles
? il us Willv ?in hearing people
talking about Otir goods and
prices. Better still?the strong-j
esl talkers are buyers. They've
been here. I hey kiiow Ihe
clothes thc> talk about. There's
no exaggeration when people
tell \i ui tlfey used to pay $10,
SI > and $20 I"! Suits which
they can can now Iniv ai the
lor S>, S!5 ana Sin. Ol course
we've disturbed somebody's
calculations in lowering prices
so greatlyi Gau'l help that.
Buyers like it, and we are serv-i
ing ihe people. Your atten?
tion is directed to
These Money Savers T
MEN S suns.
V"..?Hl \nn iH'ri' els.- miller 010.00
7.5? \o iv Ii it?' flnf llllllor I i.lilt
h.-.ii MllltlllT .Is.- mi.I.:- I. .Mi
111..Ill %'mvlHT<> it"- Mini.'! 'JO.Oil
PJ..1? >ii??ut.' iiiiiI.t .?ii
i.'t.uu N..UO. i.' . In.' im.: t iio.oo
Hfll .: I s i).00
sell at rj.ll?)
?it'll III I (.Oil
flutI oilier stores well ill is.no
! lull olll. i ?Iiiii vm II lit ?.Ml.llll
l.ii.s' Sllils 111 . ? 11 : . i . 11 :. I \ loll
p. si. Mi tin;, s I to- s:: k I nil: 93.3(1
lillVN ?Iii- HU Ullllll ?::..M| (tni s llio 4?
S I.Ml t llllt Ollll'l" viol
i.. ... S lint iilbcr ol or
89 Main St.. Norfolk. Va.
N. I'.. SI?!<? open ev*lllll|fft Ii" ?' P'
m.|Nnlurilnj evening iinill 11 p. m.
For Inguinal Hernia,
For Femoral Hernia,
For Ventral Hernia,
For Scroiai Hernia,
For Umbilical Hernia.
,111 n ME!
i- often ill. , mse <>r hiucli suffering and
dnuget that ran be avoided by a full
knowledge of the nature of the disease
and thy skillful application of a well
made. Truss, sui:..i t.. the jiartlcUlar
kin.I or condition of the hernia, and occu
si ins arise when it requires quick, as
w.H us careful ami intelligent treatment.
Hy hernia, oi rupture, Is generally
iii. ant the protrusion of u part of the In?
testines, er Omentum, (fatty membrane)
or both, through natural, unnaturul or
iieeldental openings In the internal mus
eular coverings, or walls of the abdomen,
and fornthi g a tumor JUlib-r the skin:
I.. i :.!.. n. . . ?? :?: ,n,\ TwftRd' tie- body,
except where covered with bone. A her
nlul tumor is generally visible or can be
distinguished by carefully Reeling the
parts affected: sometimes a hernia exists
and may . ven he in a strangulated con?
dition without being visible, the symp?
tom? alone Indicating its existence. Ef?
fects <>! warm atmosphere or climate
lickuess, low diet; old age or anything
wcaki nlng tin- system renders a person
more llible lo hernia; and may he Indi?
rect causes, but the direct or immediate
, cause is generally found in severe mus?
cular efforts, as In laborious occupation,
Utting, lumping, coughing, sneezing, etc.
We have the largest and most complete
in ever} siz.' and share to suit. DOUBLE
A N I > SIMILE. In Celluloid, ill Elastic.In
Hard RUbbor, in Silver and in Steel
Spring. A nt guaranteed and no charge
for perfectly a.'.lusting the same.
JOHN W. BURROW,
1^2B Maim Street,
II KAP OF MARKET SQl'ARK, ANI>
3 Hill Street.
<;.is delivered to all parts of tie
city, Brambleton, Atlantic City, etc.,
etc Also in Portsmouth and berklr^.