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Events of the Day. LYNCH BURG VS, PORTSMOUTH ((dependent Fire Company Not to Visit Marrisburg and Atlanta. Clergy? men on a Pleasure Trip. Tho Coining and Going ol Peo? ple- We Know. Tiio Norfolk County Court will nil Joum for the term to ddy, Mr. und Mrs-. Luwreu?? returned liom tbeir bridal trip yesterday. 'i lie raiu bus prevented tlio teams Iroiu the two eitlen meeting iu friendly r:o i) teat. 1 he unuuul eh ctiou of officers of tbo Chambers l ue Company will take place to-nigbt. 1 he trip ol Ibo clergymen lo the capes baa beeu postponed on account of the weather. \lr>, Coakley, wifeol Louis Coakley, rrus buried io Onk drove Cemetery yes ti rday at leruoou. The ruin lost uigbt caused the streets lo have a deserted appearance, except arouud the botet, Tbe general oiliees of the Seaboard ^ir Liiio will close at I o'clock on Saturdays hereafter, there i?re Bovoral more of tbo youth Jul thieves at large, t he police ure on Ibe lookout lor them. About 34,500 worth of property was fukl l>y the Portsmouth Laud Improve en nt Company Tuesday uigbt. I be Lyuehbnrg club will arrive here ibis moruing und wili play three games ?villi our club, provided the weather is lavorable. An experience party will l>e held at Monumental SI. Ii. Cbureb to-uigbt. y\ most excellent programme will he rendered. it tbe nun Mops Ibe Held will be put in pood cuudiiiou mid (bile will he tt # ame of ball betwecu rortsmoulb aud ; ij uebbnrg. Ibe Portsmouth Bioyole Club have decided upon Weduesday, tbo 16th ?staut, us- tbo lime fur opening of the cub bouse ut < Iceau View. It i- said tiiut Mi.-Ma. liaiu A Laut, wood will remodel the Central liotui ?ud put two store* under it. The up? per pi'.rt will ue titled up Im oiliees. H Constable Brunch, Imm SuQ'ulk, mine down yesterday anil carried the negro, Battle, back with nim lo Suflblk. Ktaltle is wuuted in Nautemoud eonnty tor Arson. 'the Indies of tin* South Street Bap? tist Chitrob eleared S5'J,5() on their on tcrtaiuiueut giveu at Oxford Hall for the bonetil i i the now South Street liuptir-t c burcli. Ollioer Wiuuiugder arrested n negro g/Okterday f"i allowing bis horse to run at large. He was lined 81 uud costs, 3'or this he became impudent, for which ho paid S3, Constable. Is:.um arrested a negro named Alexander Jones yesterday, who in charged with stealing 81.fill from >lr. Qeury Bunting sumu time back c i then made his esoape. Yesterday afternoon a carriage with two gray horses attached came dunning down liigh Btreet at full speed, l'bey were stopped uoar tbe ferry by some colored men. No damage was done to ?ither the horses or vehicle. The Hustings Court was engaged yesterday iu hearing the argument oi instructions iu the case ol .lim Kid vs. New York, 1 hiladelpbia aud Norfolk railroad, Iho argument before ibe Jury will begin to du\. r it was rumored last night that a tuarried colored woman had shot an ?dlier woman near the suburbs on ac? count of bor husband, but ovriug to tbe isteueas of the hour when tbe rumor ?Urteil, no particulars could bo gath er.d. The Portsmouth aud Norfolk Ooun ty Bull,ting Association held their ?unual meeting last night and declare,I ft duldend of 8 1 ? per cent, on stock, *i'he regular election of officers took gilace. Ail tbe old officers were re elected. At u meeting of tho independent 2 ire Company, held Tuesday incut, the oompauy deoided not to go to Hur riaburg in a body next m utb, i'hoy will probublj : n to Atlanta, 1 hin- wu'l ii . i their annual election of officers next Monday uigbt. ivir. II. Thomas, who lias been em? ployed for eomo time with the Sea? board Air Line, has resigned, and left tor Columbia S. C, lo accept a position with a cotton null. Mr. .1. li. Boat srright, auotber clerk in this office, was promoted to Ibis position. Constntile Whitehiirsl ie<|uests This ViiiuiSIAN to slate that unless drivers ol learns discontinue their reckless driving down South street during a I all game, and especially on leaving jrom tbe grotllld, he will have to pull them. Tlio street cannot bo used for ?nch purposes, and there is no necessi? ty for it, I f irr i In- i. nil. diphtheria, pneumonia, ^scarlet fotor. tv ?hohl level. ><-. Ho i tiarSaparillu is ol louder ul hetieHi in imparting ibe strength tu 1 vigoi m> niui ? Oi Biro i. Jloon's I'll.i.h for the liver and lonela art easily yet promptlj kui efcectivel) ?% b? l.uiuat iintl ?.r. H<i ?i Irresistible Kiiccea? in men's, boys' und children's suits at i rices to suit yoar means, Suits ranging in price from ?5.50 to $22,1)0, properly made, uh bus uever before been put on exhibition in this town, absolute perfection in quality ami style guaranteed. Von may be sure of tho latest mid best, our stock contains nothing olse. You may count on tho lowest prices. Compution cau't touch p#. Kememiier tbo place. Lovy & iacobr, 2UU Ji:rli street. l'clttbraiiou ol ilt<< 7?>n, ?Mstlv?rsarv Tuo'Odu Kollows of thi? oily will j celebrate the 7tith anniversary of odd I Fellowship to uight at Kirn Hall with h tuiistoiiI und literary entertainment. Tin? following programme, which whs goiteu up under the supervision of Tidewater Lodge, I. O. Of F., will bo rendered: pakt l. lu-tritiiicntal solo ?'The War March of tlio I'nest a".Prof. W. II. smith. So'o. '?Stella." h w.ilt song by Kaure Mimi i.i on May i dward Recitation ... . ??'1'be Jinera' Miss vrij?s K I'raftou, Staging ?*! I'on i W iiut t- Play iu Yor.r * uVil'. Miss lira Wilkins Solo.Select d Mrs- Plo. Martin "A Short History ol t)<t>l Fellowship" Uro lieo. a. ii. Scott, Urica Ledge. Recitation.Selected Miss Mtunto Morse. VAItl it. Solo.''The I .one ClraTe" Mr. riaudo Undo, k. (iuttirsolo. ... .Selected Mus Minnie Bailey. Solo. Selected Mis, Cora hulford. Solo.Seleotod Min Kate Ashe. "Iliatorv o' Ttiionater Lodge No. GO, I. O. t). iv i to vv. ii Rainess. Recitation ' lit Kentucky I'hiloscpher" Mr. II, N. lit tticr. Staging.Selected The Diamond Quartette. tn ACCldoill '?' < olori'tl 'Inu, Yesterday mnrutng the driver of Mr. L. H. Pearson's wagon was delivering .-ouiu goods in South Portsmouth, ntiil after coming out of the bouse ho at tempted to step <>u the etinlf wheu bis foot slipped, throwing him between t) uj between the ebalfs. The horsu became frighleued and dashed off ut full spoed, Tbo driver attempted to bold ou nuil was ttrtiek n number of tmies by the horses feet while running! After going about two blocks the ani? mal was stopped and the negro was re? leased from hie position. He wits so badly frightened that be beoame uu OOUBciollS fur o while, lie was eiimed Ig his home uud a physician wits sent for, After recovering his senses it was found that bis only usuries was about tbo legs, which were badly skinned, but uot so much so us to prevent iiitu ruui work again iu the alterrjooD, I.a |irri<*iiei* I'nrii. It you want to speml u pleasaut nud profitable evening, go to the Kxperi euce Party uud Mubieulo at Monu? mental Church to-uight, '1'ho chorus will be under direction of Prot. 13, O. Young, The Miet.es Vogei, lutuly from Berlin, will delight the audience on both piauu and violin. Mrs. Dr. Qeo. W. Cuutes will recite, au.i other talent will tuko part. See programme ou itber page. Ailmibhiou, including re? freshments, only \L'> ceut?. I Mnrtiiary Kupon. The following is the report of the number of deaths during the month of April, and ages of the i-auio: White, II; colored, '.??'.10. White males, t>: white females, 6; colored mules, 5; col ored females, i; over 00 years, 8; from .", I to GO year?, I; from 30 to 50 years, 7; from 30 to 40 jeers. 2; from in to :!U yeots, ; from 10 to 'JO yturs, 1; from ii to 1" y<-urs, 0; from 1 to .'. vcBrs, 1. - 20;_ ?teaIII oi a Member or iti.- Norfolk 4 oiuilv Itoatl Hoard. Mr. Febx .leuntngs, u well kuowu resident of Norfolk county, and one of the largest tarinera iu his seotion, died at his residence near Hickory Urouud Puesday nigbt alter a short illness, Mi. .lenuiugs was a member ot thu Koa.l Board at the time of bis duath, and was considered a stroug advocate lor good roads. .? .1 nil v I tine. (Notwithstanding the rain, a party of twenty-live young men und Indies who were chaperoned by Mr. aud Mis. I;. 1'. liowell, lett yesterday morning in ? covered wagou foi Lake Drnmmond. Ihe party reached Wallaoetou, where they temained a part of thu day uud then returned home. They reported it as a juicy I rip, ? clop. Skip anil Jump. An athletic caper of t'ns sort would eli b.- considered! indecorous in ouc. even of me ura u;.- uud so.late h int . im< peilt i ther. to by i \co s >>t oy on re <> er inn i is digestion thro igh tim ius turn utali t) or Ho letter's Stoma Ii 1 it ? r foret unions r me lie- for iiysiH'psiu. biliousness stid i ouslipatiou, a Irin ol avils usually louud hi cou,uu t on with etch other. As the Stoma h recovers its ton . mil the gastric Juices arc smre'.ol Iu hcathiul pie .it Ii e ihrOU l> tile SgOUCV ot tills Ml rtstorative. n i ve tr..u puillity. Hpj etito mi l sleep rel irn. th bo.iy ga ns iu ? bsiunca uud thi muscles iu rigor, iir tie pre? vention au I i tire ot iniilarioils, ihoiiniatic nu i k due) ro ible the ?ititr- Is a nio-t ilirrct au.l thoroughgoing tuediciual agent, its -tie ts ate tpce.tiiy felt aud com pro? ben ivc. .Mi in ??'.'? In favor oi Clias, it, Welton a Co.'s 25o. ties. A new lot and new fabrics, and they are simply stunners. Come and tuhu n look. Itaby carriages at Crawford's. t or ? In* w . i ll. One thousand yards all-wool yard wide lino serge in blank and colors, ut half price, reduced from 50o, to 25c. per vard, '1 hese goods uro limited, nuil you must oome early to Beoure tbem. We reduce our Indies parasols, white, black and colors, a special line, regular priueSL75 ami $1.50, lor this ink $1.10, All uew goods. A. J, Phillips, under Oxford Hail, (in in Mnmmlli's tills iveoh for bur sjnliia. I'urnitnre. carpets at Crawford's, New mattings at Ciawford's. Refrigerators at Crawford's, I.A 1)11 . i Heeding a tonic, or children who want build mi; up. should tal:o BIMWVN'S IKON BITTERS. It is pleasant; cures Malaria, Indigestion, Biliousness, l.ivrr complaints and N*ii.r*l|ria> Children Cry for ixavml Natva* !!v Southern Associated Prats. Washishtun, May I.?Tbe cruiser Kaloigh arrived at Key West this umru iiik Dlter ? I wo days' run from Kings ion. Tbe Allaulu im taking qpal at Key West preparatory to going to Orey towu for ibe protection of American iuterests autl tnu luter Oceanic Canal Cotupauy's uroperty. Tbe cruiser lorklowc left Shanghai tin- morning bound for Cbiu Kiang on tbu Vang l'se river. She Will probably uscend Ibe river l.ouo miles. Kkv Wkst, Fin., May I.?Tbo Span? ish oruiser I n fun la Isabel, which figured iu tbu Uoluuibiau colebratiou in Now York, arrived here to-day ami put out to bea again at I p. m. It was said who was looking after the ssiliug of a till buttering expedition expected to leave from this vicinity to-night. Tbe cruiser Chicago was formally put out of commission at tbe Now York Navy-yard yesterday afternoon,and for the next two years will uot he available for active service. Whuu uext commis? sioned shu will havo now machinery, und will be able to make seventeen knots por hour. Ann s-', Muy I. The United States steamship Marblehend urrivod bore from Smyrna to-day and will remain hero until May Ud, Ail ou board are well. \t lint iiiic Knill. i tiki Yesterday afternoon Mr. \V. J. Davis sent one ol bis carriages in charge of a negro man to at lend n Mineral on Fay ette stieet. While the service was going ou the negro drove tbo carriage to a liar at the end of tho strict ami went utter a drink'. Wbiio hi there (he kin m- became trigbtoued and ran off, coming down Fayette street to Fourth, to Court to High to Water. When neer tbe corner of High and Water Streets, they ran into au iron awning in front of Mr. Mela's confectionary idore aud smashed it all to pieces. The horses was stopped without injury to them, the principal damage being to the awning. \\ hile ail thin was going ou the funeral service had been cou eluded. The corpse wai- placed in tbe hearse nud the family had to wait for tbu back to return beforo they could leave. When the driver returned Mi. Davis spoke to bun about the manner in which he acted, when he theu c-howed tight, but was followed into the stieet and was finally landen in jail nnd will bo tried this morning tor wreckless driving. All tbis is what one drink cost. sweet I'Biuaii Mum <.o. Yesteuluy a buttle was fought be tween those who wanted to sell liquor iu Sweet Canaan und those who wanted law and order iu that section. Tue lat? ter won. It was in testify iug that Chest? nut street was a public thoroughfare leading to a prominent portion of tbe county, and that gentlemen would not venture through there with ladies, and but few cured to go through tiiere alter night driving. Tho court, niter bearing all the evideoce, decided not to ?raut any morn license in that locality. This means the breaking up of tho class of people who inhabit this locality. Tbej will move further back m the county. The more respectable colored people will move out there uud tbe owusrs of the property will be bet ter off. 'Ion I.nlc. Yesterday a petition wa? presenteil to the court, asking the .ludgo to re? voke a license that bad been granted to Mr. Stuigtss to keep a saloon at the west end of the Scottsville bridge. The Judge loid them thut the license had i ecu granted aud lhat sutlicient notice bad been given for all parlies to op pear who objected to the granting of any license, and as no one appeared, ibe license was grauted and would so reuium unless it could be shown that Mr. Sturgess kept a disorderly bouse or violated the law. ?; Jim tvi.iii (?um ?n>.j llHiuagre . Yesterday sfteruoou argument in the suit of Jim Ki.ld vs. tlio New York. Philadelphia and Norfolk Uailroad, was o immonced aud just about dark the case was given to I bo jury who re? mained out only a short while and brought in a vi toict in favor of Kidd f or S&75, the actual loss to Kidd. They refused to ullow him anything tor time lost id giving entertainments. The suit was lor 82,1 'i I. 1 ho road will take an uj pe.il. ? in- i air. The rnin hs> greatly interfered with the attendance at the 0rays' lair tbis week, Last uigbt Crimes' Battery ut tended, Tbe Muldoou Guards were unable to attend, but will do so lo night, Tbe Naval Post Hand will bo on band. There will be a banjo duett, guitar solos, and a fencing mutch be? tween Capt. Mold, on and a French man. our < mini Mtbkiniitlnti'il. We claim tbe largest, cheapest tmtl best line of clothing' ever brought to this city, t >n our second (rip North wo closed out $1,500 worth of men's an<l 'mi/*' suits at about one-half of then regular price. They were gini to sell and wo were more than pleased to be able to give our oustODiers goods at about tho manufacturers' price to tho retailer. It's not necessary to quote quote prices in tho paper, us you oan't form any idea of the value of the goods unless "you see thorn. Suffice to say we art tin people to buy goods from Huh season, it yon want to favo anywhere from <J to 83 on a suit of clothes. Bres lauer .\ Anthony. Ill High street. Wire doors :it Crawford's. Wait f,,r Hofbeiracr's brunch store, 22(1 High street. Famous' old stand. Look out for Hie opening. Cm > Id.'u an & Hofheimer, 10(1 Maiu_street. Pitcher'u Oasloria. ' BERKLEY BRIEFS. Mr. Felix Jeuuiugs, n large und woll known raruicr o( Norfolk county, died ut bis ro'-nlonou yesterday morning ut ;! o'clock. Iiis funeral will lake platte tins afternoon ut '?'> o'clock from Iiih luto reaideuce uoar Hickory ground. Tlio luucrnl of Miss riant A. John* hou took i'laoo tbta afternoon from Main Streut Christian (Jbtircll, ami Wee largely atloniloil l>v lolutivos und friends. The llorai offeriuga were numerous unit handsome, Ihn follow tug gentlemen noted us pallbearers: Albert Picket!, Walter Audrews, i bos. Lacy, (Mms. Uorwitz, Ubas. btaflbrd I Moser Blair. 'The colored woman Vpbelia ''am.la, i who was shot by Klin, ra Keeling Tues I day night, was resting easy last night. Sir. Alfred Frost lofl tor Flizubotb Cily, N. C, yesterday on a visit to friends. Maj. H. F. Woodlionse has reoovercd from ins lute llluese so as to bu uble to sit up. Don't fail to attcn i the entertain men! at Odd Fellows' Hall, South ' Norfolk, to-night foi ibe bene?l of I Christian i 'hurub, Mr. J, A. Bonne and Miss Auuie Johnson were married ut the resideuot) ol the tiriiie's purenla in South Norfolk luHt night by Itev. II. .V Quiseuberry, | of Berkley Aveuao Baptist Church, j At the conuliiaiou ol the ooremouy, th is,! preseul repaired to the diuiug room where u sumptuous repast was enjoyed by all, Tho ordination of deac iis winch was to have taken place u ? night ut the Berkley Avenue liaidi-t ? lunch was postponed ou account of tho bail wea? ther. ELIZABETH CM > . N. C. K.1.1/uu i n Citv, N. C., May I,? On yesterday Judge Brown issued a restraining order to the Coustable ol Kli/abetb City, direotiug hm to .serve notices tipou tho ri : stmra of the several wards of the town, to show cause why they should cause to rcgi ter voters after the 7th ol tln~ mouth. The case will he heard at Dure Court on the 7th inst., before .ludgu Boykio. The frioutls of tho new chaitorare very indignant at the procee :uige. At the Methodist Church on yester? day st I :>ii o'clock p. in,, Mr. Wm, K. I Duustau, superintendent ol Ibe Crystal Ice Company's plant, uud Miss l?mmn, daughter ol Mr. and Mis. .lohn I.. Sawyer, were united in matrimony by I'.ev. .1. H. Hull, pastor . t the church. J he cb'.iich wa? very boautiflllly deco ruted with tlowers. I hem wore no attendants, excepting Mr. W. T. Old, who was groomsman, i ne hrnial cou? ple left ou tbo 2:30 train (or a North? ern trip. EDEN TON . N. C. The towu election is causing consid? erable talk this year. Mr. C. lurkiugtou ii now occupyiug his uew bouse on Cartorot street, Mr. ,1. A. Northcott lius moved his stock of goods into the BobinsoD store on Broad street. Messrs. Bond, Pr?den aiid Venu, ut tended court at Columbia tins week. Rx-Solioitor Blount is iu towu te? il ay. SKi'aisrknlilii (turn ol It liciitiintlsm. I roui the Orotoa Couueoti ut be view. linvid Lewis, who ban bei u allllcled all wiuter by rlieumatisiu, la out again uud all due to one of tbo medicines advertised in our columns. After try? ing everything possible, be used Cham? berlain's Ptin Balm, which i us relieved Inm ut ah pain, from which he was a constant sufferer a::<l prnraiaes to mako him tit for duty soon, Wo kuow David has been a great s itterer and are glad to Fee Inm urouud uguiu. l or sale by all druggists. GOOD TIDINGS FOR MANY. Producing Fever in a I'Mlent Bald m lie suit In h-nund Mtutol Condition. An eminent physician o( Vienna, Pro? fessor Wagner v.'ti Jaiurogg, line made a discovery which giveeprojuiscof ccrt/iin euro in mauy casesi f insanity. Medical science litis always been in the dark when it nndortook the treat inen I of mental disentKM, Any remedy the favor? able workiug of which oiua be foreseen and understood Is u novelty and of in? est unable value Professor .Tnnregg's discovery, In short, aim Hints 1.1 this?that fever is (ho reniddy provided by nature for many and the most common forms of iiiFtuiity. i I He and a colleague have satisfied tin:1: j nelves that insanity may be cored by fever produced artificially. The professor mado public Iiis theory rind his invostigations at a meeting rc coutly of tiio Society of Physicians of Vienna. The principalobj .-t of his niddrcss, he paid, wits to make them acquainted with pertain experiments be had mado in his clinic at Oraz. He hull been studying for six oi Soven years, with the object of making fever useful in these < The disci vi ry ? f Koch's tuberculine appeared p. supply hint with the moans he ban lucked lor producing artificially the results I b terial illness, or fevor, without causing Hie patient to undergo the danger of the ilbiess itself. In the winter . f lh?o-l, iii the Pys chiutric clinic, at Gras, ho made experi? ments with tuberculine on tbo insane. In several case) be had obtained fnvor able results, and in two oases rapid and complete recovery took place. ? Now York World. II !? outer. It is surprising to seu bow many per? sons in the country appear tu be lining in grand stylo oh less than $4,000 a year. ?Chicago Tribune. Where itlufr Qoes, l?ngland has extraordinary snccci a in 1 eashiug the chips which it constantly car W -!P.b*_?ln}nJri!JI.^y)^>ijpirtqn Star.. LOSS OP STRENOTH AND WEIQHT, Brown'? Iron B llei ? irnrwi llic ilrcilltlll, nullds up tin- eil? lire ttyatcui jii'l loud up tli? uei ves. Skptf.mtier. 15th, 1*94. \ took Brown's Iron Bitters for loss of strength. When fi commenced 8 weighed only 133 pounds; after taking four bot= ties i now weigh 146 pounds, and am getting stronger every day. FRED'K ?ALTON, 151 Uast Market St., Louisville, Ky. nrnwn'n Iri-m Bitter* will rare B.vl B hmI Kiiliiej ami i ivei Tioublci.. "Il's P.riran'1 \mn Iiiii.t? von needl' Jerfiil loi Dyspepsia, Couslipa liou. rentals Weakness and Malaria. For overworked nun-d. i., itaicd puny children I'DK ISTIUH III lltVlllllM'll l>s I l??K I'SIIUI III A It VI! It'S'I MC .11 Ii.'S I N IM? It I s M i? I III A I? V I: IST IS V. ?I jKW'l M To-Day's Callers Can Expect To lud reaiouabt* priest ruling In .ill depart uienli ?1 IIOSI sum \| - t'onrenleut U? ln?| an I ?ui < hltdreii Department, Auiou< otbsr special wfl ri as name iuouj now sad prett) itylet lu Blugla ihid l?ouble>liro.nit d REEFER SUITS, ZOUAVE SUITS, ELFIN SUITS, JERSEY SUITS. Prices 'i?$1.25tO$S. A'iui grind display ol ' bitdrsuil Sinti in I mi luierc , iVoriledt, Chat iott and uthsi good a caring luatei lala froui $3 S). CONFIRMATION SUITS 'll!;rl,; lr , ; MEN'S SUITS. As a few lainpte* of oar extraordinary oilcri lu tue Man'? Department we name: I.ICiltT GRA1 tt A fin lll.l'E ASH lll.ACK CC ft ft M ? XI :? 4? 7 Cft 1 \- IMKHl HIIKViOT A XL? d> 1 ft sUITS, Jp'r.WVi ClIEVIOl ' l .pD.UU. rwiMim: SUITS, ifl.Jw. KANCi tVOItSIKD SUIT!, Many sly lot <it extra One Bulls at ill' and $15. To llioso ? bu wl.li extra line dresi as particularly commend tn.-?e suits. DERBY AM? -"Ii HAIS it-1 00 ???"??.??' re thau erct before In doin.Mnklugfo Mensur?, we're doing b.-uer tailoring ??d lower lilai I;. Piown ami Pearl; Spring Slyli . ?pitWUi cbnrglug. Doesn't lake long lot iucb now* n> go iIkj round* Hl a w it. iiini community. ROSENBAUM. 1 16 and 1 18 High St., Portsmouth, Hu? to iiriiiuve lull stuin? Pro in Print*! Ink stains uro hard to dual with, but much way bo accomplished if tJiuy aro only trcikti'tl it) time. Uuu good remedy is to tear blotting papor to pioces and bold the rough, edges ou tin- ink when it is frcajbly spilled, if there is no blotting paper ut hand, cover th<> spot with in dia? meal, or liquid ink may be ab? sorbed by cotton halting. Whon ink is spilled, the first oaro should ho to pro vent it from spreading A weak solution of oxalio, oitrio or tart aria acid may ho appliod to paper anil prititH to remove stains of ink with? out much fear of damage, but there is always a certain amount of risk unless accustomed to the work. If the stains nie not of ton long standing, a solution of chloride of I lino should remove them. Wut a teasponnful of chloride of lime with just sufficient water to cover it. Takt' a soft < h>th, wet it with the mix? ture and pat?not rub?the spot gently with, it for a lew minutes, ami the ink should shortly disappear. A second ap? plication may ho tried if thu first does not succeed. II?? tu Mulm Olarel < up. To a bottle of light claret add half a pint of coin water, a labluspoouful of powdered sugar ami a dram euch of oin nambu, cloves und allspice, linoly pow? dered, Mix all well together, thou add to tin- cup half the thin rind of a small lemon and put on the top u sprig of borage. In India slices of fresh limos are snlistitututl f r the lemon and a green chili and j glass of brandy added. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tend-I to personal enjoyment when tly used. The many, who live bet? ter than others nnd en joy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best producta to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in tho remedy, Syrup of Fitr;s. It- cxi elh m e i- due to its presenting ;?. the form most acceptable and pleas? ant t" the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax? ative : effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches mid fevdrs ami permanently during constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met With tho approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid? neys, Liver and Bowels without weak? ening them nnd it i.- perfectly free from '?very objectionable substance. Syrup of Fizs is for sah- by all drug? gists in 50c and fl bottles, but it is man? ufactured by the California Fig Syrup I !o, only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, .Syrup ol Fig-, and being well informed, you will not accept any substitute il offered. This is the Kind You Want: Indianapoms, Isd., April 15, 1895. Indiana Ricyci.k i lo.: Qoutlomen- I deslro to ox ores k my iinqualitlod approval of the noble qualities pos t?.I b m Wavirley wheel. Nothing bill 11 first ultim coin em. doing busiuoas ou a ?olid butliictMi bania, could construct su h it stricil) bigli-graoa ?Iioul for tun money. I urn familiar with the line uoiiitt of all ire ;;n uoaln. au I ?1*0 other American wheels, Im' in Ieantv mi)) Kvininutry of outline ami :?? mi hi all uieolianioal parts, tut? Wavei ay loans the * u M wheel him been ri Ian m r than six thouaaud miles over bill and le, having done I ? groatei p rt ol lb? traveling in connection with my busi ne i- awi.e*l and I -ilaj i? in bettor eomlitiou than many so-called high-grade bran Tnewi wbeclt It afford* me great plosauro to ?ttest tho m<-11i - o the Wuverley at all houra and in nil placet, ' \rry sincerely yonra, 0. A. M CONNELL, < '>?< Ionium Uuililing. IT PLEASES OTHEItS. IT WILL I'liEASE YOU. 4'J-J Ai.i ILLUHTIIATED CATALOGUE FREE BY MALL. W. N. WHITE'S SPORTING HOUSE, ins IIIOH BTItEET, fOKTSMOU I'll. VA. \T Till' SOLICITATION nK A I. A KCl P. number ut my cotiuly friends, I Mreby annotlB-e myaelf a cundirtate I'm Klir.UIFh' Of NOlOOl K COI KTi It < leeli .1 I proini'o to conduct the oQlce ns it m pre flo illy under my sdiniuietration \ ei v r??|.itcttiillv. wpai-tl t K. P. UUNTIN?, J,'XTKIlll NCr. PAlrTY. MONUMENTAL I j M. E. CHUItUH, THUltSDAV NlOllT, MA\ So, At win. b the following will bo 1011.n rid i i-H< OlIAMMK. ( horm.Belectad Duet?Overture do Sniiiinimide, by Kotaiui, I be M Isn a \ oh'' 1 Solo, selected .... Mill Leo Welluor Unat.Selected Ml?? Warn 11 m i.! '..r-. lltir.guis. ICspai iciii en. Piano solo?Noel urn , .byCboplu Mill i Ol 111.1 V ORl I. Solo, lolected . Mrs. Iludgins Itecitiitiou. seleoted . Mta. in-". W7 Carter Solo. Molin Maoirku da 1 on ort by Muaiu ? * I'earl Nieaka Vogel. It?: 1 ealimetits. Pries of admission, < nein ! ? 1 nt; refreshments, . > cents. ap:s-u Portsmouth's Summer Resort. PORT NORFOLK. Ml: mm r.i. Mi LVEY, t;o wall known caterer ot this city, has leaeud the HOTEL \ KltNON 1 lira will run i.utrv half hour on S.itui lay and Sunday. 1 rorythineiirit- las? ier en oyn ant, 1 oinfort and pleniitre . ome at nil times to tin- Hotel Yeriion. v. hero everything ai 1 be kept in season to supply tin- niii s. the bar, and add t > the ei rator ol visltots and guests. Hotel Is non open. apjs A SWE'rtT LOAD. New Tank t ar For iklolassea Which Will savo Mneh sirup. < The sight <<i ;t tank ear for oil is ft sight SOCOU)moil that UO attention what? ever would 1.. drawn to it, but a tank car for niohtsecs attracted widespread comuieut a fow days ago as it moved over thotracks of the Pennsylvania rail? road. These cars carry about 6,000 gallons, whioh are equivalent to 00,000 pounds. They r>re loaded through n domo in tho top and emptied by means of an outlet in the bottom. Tier': is a coil of steam pipe inside the tank for the purpose of heating the molasses, which makes it run finely and enable-: the car to bo emptied in from 12 to lf? minutes. rjndor the old ay stem of shipping mo lossos in barrols, holding from 500 to 000 pounds, nearly 50 pounds wad lost from each package, being absorbed by the barrel staves. Losses by defective coopeiitge, which were also very heavy, aro avoided too.?Philadelphia Record. A' Wicked Slant. And now tho Japanese eyo is suspect? ed of slanting toward Hawaii.?Chicago Tribune. Special For To-day. I in 1 .en la IV i, 35 u >r cut; f tuiJurd (.'aimed 'lomutoes, Ho per cau: one do'.an boxes of Parlor Matohee for Co; Fin - Heal Ilioo, 7. , in i i i un iB for 25c. UaB our Sun* beam Flour. C. W. H LOGINS A CO., ?02 Crawford street. 10 - T - YESTERDAY AFTERNOON, J while returning from -chool. either on Mnl lie. High i i Diuwiddie streets, a Lady's (Mill SVat Ii ami Chain. A liberal reward u .11 i ?? paid ii returned to /. A. BOHLKINS* store, on County . nd Eftiuglinm streets. ruyl-2? ? 1HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN didatofo SUPERVISOR OF WESTERS BRA .( ll MAGISTERIAL DI8TRIOT, at the ele ou to he held Maj 2 hl. issft. and re api ly isk the tupport of the voters of mnl Pi trict. .? 0-101 8. P. C.U.NEY. GS?EM AWAY. W< arc giving itwny those flue articles of .i... "in h >ou see displayed in our window, for e'very cash purchase you will re sirs coupons. Coma in and get our cir* eulur e> explanation. Wo have just r-- eivsd the largest and most OOUlploi hue of Ladies' .\iusliu Un o I e foiin j in ? ither city. These goo Is <rn of raio mauulactuie ana the cole i rate i I. ck st ich binnd. i r ti ii Oi Randies, Ginghams, etc.. White ids of i ei description, Embroideries, Inrl w sts , l nil line of oeut's Fur? nishings Gents Black and Fancy Soiiinge hv tno vi.r i or made to ordor, and a lovely line of Spring Paintings. W. C. NASH. 22? High strait.' CALL AI 215 HIGH STREET niid see onr 6 4 Oliouille 'overs. 6>lc- Chil i !, etc- - Pl.fi STOttU ?2.26: Sailor I t he liorn Mats, ? c Moqnette Hugs, 91, A fine lot Silverware at cost, sea our Ladle* SI irt Waist-. GEO. 3. BELL, Atreut. :.j.j i Brandl f.uildiug. ' specioi sole of Ruus for 10 Dim Tbo greatest Bargains o\or seen in the oil) A I All iE ItiJG. :Ui by CO, only t'.'o: 5-1 hv 72, 7&c. och. BIO BARGAINS IK MATTING. COLES. ap25- 306 County stroot. THE Ii. C. BROOKS COMPANY^ Headquarters tor Fruits und Prodmoe. Cakes, Caudies and ('rackets. Give us a OaU. ill and 113 High atrest. Portsmouth, V?, ESTABLISHED 1SHL JMO. Iv. WATTO?, INSURANCE AKD RENTAL AG?U. ? ??ItTBMOU?H, YA.