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General .Stith Boiling Will Preside
Over Confederate Grand Camp,
Grctnd Caminnndor Wllllnm? C<%,?no?
Attend bit Account of llliioll-Po?
lorsbnrg Kplscopnl Convention ?
Tlio WoiUon Pnlr.
! Petersburg-, Va., Oct. !>.? General
Etlth Boiling, of this city, who Its the |
?First Lieutenant Commander of the
Grand Camp of Confederate Veterans
of Virginia, has received a letter from
C?l. Jno. J. Williams, of Winchester,
:iVa., the Grand Commander of the
Grand Camp, to the effect, that on ac?
count of sickness he will be unable to
attend the mee'tlng of the Grand Camp
at Pulaskl City this week, and has ap?
pointed Lieutenant Boiling to the
charge of the Grand Camp on that oc
'casion. General Boiling will leave
here to-morrow morning for Pulaski
The delegates from A. P. Hill Camp
Ho the Grand Camp Confederate Vet?
erans, which convenes in Pulaski City
. on next Wednesday, will leave here
to-morrow morning. They are Messrs.
H. C. Roper, J. H. Maclln. ft. L. Wat
eon, Geo. S. Bernard and Carter It.
I Tho Petersburg Episcopal Convention
?will hold its next meeting in the
Church of the Good Shepherd, Guns
Hill, Dinwiddle county, October 31st to
November 2d. The first service will
be held on Tuesday mornlvur, October
Slst, at 11 o'clock. Rev. Wr. D. Capers,
of Farmville, preacher, the convention
sermon by the .Rev. II. L. Derby, and
the holy communion administered.
Rev. Mr. Dennis, of Manchester, will
preach Thursday morning. Tuesday
"The Personality of the Holy Snlrlt"
will be read by the Rev. B. S. Townson,
of Brandon, and the layman's essay on
Wednesday afternoon by Dr. D. M.
Brown, of Petersburg, on the ' Lay?
man's Loyalty to Rector, to Parish and
to Church." Tho business meeting will
be held Tuesday night, and n mcetln;;
of 'the Brotherhood of St. Andrews on
-Wednesday night. On Thursday after?
noon a- missionary sermon will be
. preached and addresses delivered by
THE WELD ON FAIR.
The/ -:fai.r- :of tho Roanoke Acrlcul
tural 'Society will open on the Hist in?
stant-at Weldon. N. C. A gentleman
?from Weldon said yesterday that over
five thousand dollars was being spent
in Improving the fair grounds. Ho also
said that the failr promises to be a big
one, and that there would be some fine
races by horses from Arlrglnla, North
Carolina and Pennsylvania. The music
at the fair will be furnished by Hie
First Virginia Regiment Band of Rich?
Mr. O. J. Bo>!sseau. of Dlnwiddie
county Courthouse, while returning
home Sunday from a visit to his
mother, who. resides nenr Ford's Depot,
on the Norfolk and Western Railroad,
was thrown from his buggy a distance
about ten feet, but was not seriously
A RUMOR CONTRADICTED.
Mr. R. L. Williams, of Richmond,
.President nf -the Southsldc Railway
and Development Company, who was
?In the city Saturday evening, said that
there was no truth In the rumor that
'his company was negotiating for the
purchase of the gas works of the Pe?
tersburg Gas Light Company, nor was
it true that tho Ronthside Railway and
Development Company was to build n
new Iwtel In this clly. Mr. Williams
thought, however, that Petersburg
should have a new hotel.
A. P.-Hill Camp of Confederate Vet?
erans attended divine services at the
Second Baptist Church last night and
turned out with full ranks. a very
nble sermon was preached bef.ire the
'Vets" by the pastor, Rev. J. D. Harte.
His subject was "Christ Crucified."
N F. W PO KT X K W.l,
Newport News, Va., Oct. 9.?J. H.
Moore, W. D. Moore, J. P. McNabb,
Harry Hayes and J. T. Hayes were ar?
rested at Old Point yesterday for pick?
ing pockets and snatching pocket-books
-and watches. The sum of $137 and six
watches were found on the pcraons or
- the- prisoners. The arrests wore made
. by Sheriff Curtis, Sergeant Cunning?
ham and Officer Joe Diestll, of Eliza?
beth City county.
A contractor by the name of Smith
lost ?25 at Old Point yesterday, a large
number of petty thefts wore commit?
ted at tho Point.
OFFICER WATKINS RESIGNS.
Policeman W. G. Watklns to-day ten
' dered his resignation to Chief Harwood.
He leaves the force with a good record
and is going to embark in the lumber
. milling business. Special Oillcer .1. \v.
Crump hns boon appointed to All the
vacancy until the Police Board shall
make a permanent appojntmont.
MARRIED IN RICHMOND.
Policeman W. A. Crump and Mrs.
Emma Byron Branch, who were mar?
ried In Richmond last Tuesday, arrived
In the city Saturday evening, and ninre
? .then have been receiving tin; congrat
: ulatlons of their many friends. They
Aver? married by Rev, Mr. Hudson, of
the Pino Street Baptist Church. Mr.
Cr.nmp Is one of the best known officers
on the force, and his bride Is also well
known here, this being her former
NEW DRY DOCK.
The Newport News Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Company lias just placed an
order with the Ringwood Manufactur?
ing Company, of New York, for ajipthur
cableway for use on the new dry dock
-which is being built nt the ship-yard.
The company already has one of these
^traveling cableways employed in this
work, and such excellent progress waa
S made with this method of excavating
that It was deemed advisable to place
p, duplicate order at once.
V. V. P. I. Rlmlont? Sappren? flszine.
In the face of the determined opposl
. tion of the faculty hazing of a mild
Ihao persisted at the Virginia Polyteoh
to the prac'tice, and have communicated'
their Joint action to the faculty. This
is a movement In the right direction,
worthy of Imitation by the other col?
leges of the South, and Is Indicative
of the earnestness of purpose and high
standard of morals which are now com?
ing to be recognized as the character?
istics of the students of this institute.
A Cminrd Exf?l?n!???l.
(By Telegraph to Vlrclnian-Pllot.)
Richmond, Va? Oct. 9.?The report
sent put from Charleston, W. Va? that
Hon. William L. Wilson, president of
Washington and Lee University. Is
dangerously III, Is Incorrect. Mr. Wil?
son Is in Lexington, attending to his
duties at the University, and although
ho has been under treatment for some
months for threatened lung trouble,
there !s nothing alarming in his condi?
tion, lie was on the streets this after?
HiMtlti Under t'nr Wile Ol?.
(By Telegraph to Vlrginlan-Pllot.)
Roancke. Va., Oct. 9.?Robert Obeny,
a colored brakeman, employed by the
Norfolk and V.'estcrn railroad, while at?
tempting to couple cars in the West
End yard this morning, missed his foot?
hold and fell under the wheels. Death
SENATOR DANIEL WILL REPRE?
(By Telegraph to Vlrginlan-Pllot.)
Huntsvllle, Ala., Oct. 9.?Governor
Joseph P. Johnston, of Alabama, who
Is to welcome the guests to the South?
ern Industrial Convention, which will
meet here to-morrow morning at 10
o'clock, arrived to-night.
Governor William A. McOorkle, who
will be recommended by the Huntsvllle
delegation for temporary chairman of
the convention, came this afternoon.
The first delegate to arrive was Hon. J.
M. Nix, of Texas, who is representing
the Governor of that State. The Missou?
ri, Arkansas, Texas and Memphis dele?
gations also arrive to-night. A party of
prominent New Yorkers, headed by
Manager Meany, of the American Tele?
phone Company, are en route. Senator
John W. Daniel, representing the Stale
of Virginia, is hero. The Meridian.
Miss..-delegates were named to-day and
the Governor of Mississippi will au?
thorize the delegation to represent his
State. Ail of the Southern States west
of tlie Mississippi river nri expected to
be represented by strong delegations. N.
P. Thompson, of Huntsvllle, will be
recommended for secretary.
Instantly Relieved by
One Application of
ixsia.nt Kri.l ef a xn Srnsov CurcTrbat
HKN r. ? A warm bath with Cctici-ha SoXr,
nsingioanointing with CtrnouuA ointment,
aiiu a fnil clo3c or Cutiooha Kksolvkst will
airnrcl Instant relk-f, permit, rest ami sleep,
ami point, to a speuily, permanent, and cco
tlOluical can) when all els'! tails.
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loner. Pr.vo ?ju Cum. Cour.,So:c l'rci.?., iimm.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Beer Signature of
See Facsimile Wrapper Below.
Very on: nil and as oairy
to take as acsar.
FOR TORPID L1VCS.
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
r. . OH! U'UIK Kult u? Sii.ATu.j.
Bl rc?" t? 1 IPnfMy Vc 8eiab\e./&\?r*->'&ZvT6
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
"After I WM Indiife-u t<? try CARCA*
RKTOi I will ne.vcrbo trillion I tlicm In tltu honso.
II7 Hvcr was In a Tcry bad tliape, and my head
lacked aiut 1 bad stomach trout'.e. Now. slnco tak?
ln? Cacearetti 1 fuel rtno. Mr wifo tia? also nsod
I tticin wlvh beneficial result? rcr iour iloieach."
Jos. Ur.CUi.lNC, 132] Control* St., St. Louis, Mo.
aEIS'-W?1- Er'S^?v Potent. Tatto Good. Do
Qood, NOTCT Bicken. Weaken, er Gripp. 10c, 24c, Ma.
CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
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10 C'l ICE Tobacco Uablu
' Dr. Qioodo'i Ner?nra blood
And nerve roioedy It the
greatest blessing to snSerlag
women In existence. Tbl*
wonderful romedy.wblch Is
mtdo from pure and harmless
vegetable reuiedies.ls tho best
fetoalo rogulalor, lnvifcoiator
and restorative lu tho world,
nnd by living women sound
hn.iith and parrectstrencth.lt
will restore the clear, delicate
complexion, brighten the eyes
with the sparklo of health,
riv? ttVenxth to the nerves
and bodlr.olAstlclty to the step,
buoyancy to the spirits, and
that tireless Tiger wnlth alone
makes perfect happiness for
mh8. OnvgR WlLBOX of
"I was tutTnrlrig from norv
ousuess, enhaeel by female
weakness ntid nervous pros?
tration. I was se nervous and
wc%k I could not go up a
common pair of stairs without
nloppl?K to rest, and troubled
to sleep at nlghti I took Dr.
Omens'* Nerrura. and nave
obtained my old elastic step
around tho house. After
croeplwt around (or two years,
hardly nblo to do anything. It
has pi ovoda boon to tue truly.''
I Woman'* (tat Meatesl Adviser.
T , ?yuandit/ utmnitho tufferfrom
X /"T_a'e XS"?l?,V.or. olhfr ?tat-'
,U Aar? /A? platn. frank and hfnist ad
T in <Af fr-ffilrrtcji? and curt if fcmtle
T tontpttixnt,. fh?-t i> no mire/ami,,'
T 7/1' W SHsIWi It than Pr.
4. Ortent, as nJT, strett, JfeS York
4. JWlJj teho i, i/ri*ein?/fJlw t\t most
. nttcd and tucctit,ra\ uemfln'i phuii
T ?->? fit <ne u?rr<f. Hi, prnciicc
among uomen teho ridTtr fron t.le vd
rJ.??* formt of female utakneit
v, 7" ? h/ jemmte ueaKntil ana i
?Mir ?APSfciaii, t/o.mm *ort>?/fiW him
at An ??!(?? or wridno re Ad
eamplatntt from herv *<
IJMtid afatn. (tap ea?
/( vill coil vou abttUtite n.MiUfl to
have himesfilttn ??,;,. dlifcu,a ?olr
4? Aore Aim ArjIMtn <jo>l,
4. rhn'ond (MM ?rV. A;? uAoi In l> 10
j. curjJ./eri-n dll etjet either ptrtdnnllv ?
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AGENCY FOR THE
POULTRY AEMD RABBIT FENCE, LAWN FENCE AND CRIB FENGE.
Absolute efficiency at least expense. mm.
A practical fence that -will imau
positively turn cattle, M ,?,.?
horses, hogs and
pigs. A feuce
that is strong,
ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (Standard StyfO.
EVERY ROD OF ELLWOOD FENCE IS GUARANTEED.
If you want your fencing problems satisfactorily solved, call and see the
ELLWOOD FENCE and let us show you for how little money you
can get absolute satisfaction,
NORFOLK F?RM SUPPLY CO.
38 and 40 UNION STREET.
GEO. B. TODD, Manager.
To Close Business!
WE ARE SELLING A FINE LINE OF
Also BAGS AMD TRUNKS at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
CIPCALL AND EXAMINED
DOYLB <&5 SMALL,
302 Main St., opposite Monument,
At 323 Main St.
Wo arc temporarily here for a few
?weeks, but In share for business, both
In sales ond work departments.
Our bargain counters will be in shape
during next week, where will be found
many articles of value to bo sold at any
You will find in stock also new and
durable Gold and Silver Goods, which go
at astonishingly low prices.
A lot of cases and counters for sale,
and this storo for rent for two months
from about 1st November.
Buy Christmas presents now. Ton save
from 23 to ?0 per cent, on many articles.
C. F. GREENWOOD & BRO.. 323 Main Street.
A Cosy Fire on an
Is comfortable and cheery, and when It Ik
made from our superior Splint Coal :i
can be built quickly and Is economical
and satisfactory. If wo havon't already
filled your bin, leave your order and we
will fill It promptly. You cantt beat our
prices, nor the quality of our Splint Coal.
Batcheider & Collins.
145 WATER ST.
They overcome Weak?
ness, irregularity and
omissions, increase vig?
or and banish "pains
of menstruation." Thoy are "LIFE SAVI2RS" to girls at
womanhood, aiding development of organs and body. No
known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm?life
becomes a pleasure. 81.00 PER BOX BY MAIL. Sold
by druggists. DR. MOTT'S CHEMICAL GO., Cleveland, Ohio.
Sold bv BURROW MARTIN & CO.
O-tt*-** ??<*> <*><t><3>- ???*><> ?l^^?.^?^ ?<?? ? *^?>
What' the use of living if your own home cannot
be cozy and comfortable ? It can be. No matter what
your income is?if you will let us do the furnishfng.
The small change that is wasted in every household is
enough in the aggregate to net your weekly or monthly
payment. Winter is just around the corner. Now is
the time to make your home cozy.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
Furniture. Garte, Stoves, &6.,
? 0<>0- ??><><$> ?><><? 4><?<t>S?>i><>
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BEST AND CHEAPEST LIGHT
VIRGINIA ELECTRIC COMPANY
x.l?rtTrtrt?0 No. 267, Office
Telephone Nq# 22i; Works
And when you are ready we will
put them on your floor
At a small profit above loom cost.
MOQUETS, $1.25 Regular, at 90 Cents.
VELVETS, $8.65 Regular, at 76 Cents.
BRUSSELS, 75c. Regular, at 50 Cents.
First-class and attractive House?
hold Goods au prices without an
_equal in Greater Norfolk. -t~>^
WHITEHURST & BRO.,
283 to 287 CHURCH STREET, Corner HOLT.
se7-th,sa,tu,tl NORFOLK, VA.
(He was a retired shipbuilder? and hails from States Island, New York. He arai in pretty good
health, but eVery day when he took what he called his tttutUutietul, that ia, hie afternoon walk, ha
was sttre to hare a sort of crimp which seized him ia the calf of his lee with alrarnt the acvority of
an assault by a ferocious doj> He read about the case of a man whose rhsrasnatisrm was cured by
Ripans Tabulca and laughed at the idea. He thought the man a fool, but reaUalftg that his own diffi
caltr was a sort of rheumatic twinge, he finally Vxjitjrht and used eonto Tabu Vera and of fete Ma frioods
hafe notlcosi that he it mere.chipper than he had bee. for years. A htdy what kntrvUtss sjrell asked
him about the, dos; that taacd to trite bis leg in ike after rtaeat asrd site eld rasa attsd i "Hob ttetvd anti
Rrpaoa Tabstien XSkd hint."