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The Salary of Mr. Eastwood, Assistant
Engineer, Increased from $75 to $100.
TtteCiO lltorm-j Instructed lo Malt*
luiiuedinlc Doiimittl* on Iii? Anivrl*
can Kccuril) ?'i)iii|iiiu> in Iii?
W'itr?lro|?cr lloiitl Hatter?Tlie Cll>
Hull iu u?- Pulutc?.
The City Council hclii their regular
monthly meeting last night with the
following members present: John II
Hume (president), John .1 King. W, V.
H William?. Oed M. Reynolds. O V\
Wail;..:. .1 Oavis R.1. Oeorge M
Turner. C. S. Sherwood, W. ll. Moore,
C. K. ?ihlten.
The minutes of the last meeting were
reinl and approved.
All properly approved bills were ul
The Pittance Committee, to whom
was referred Hie report ol the Harbor
Commission report the same approved.
Tl..- l-'ina.Committee recommend?
ed thui the i.Us ..i the Commissi.i
<it Revenue be received and that Hu
taxes he charged to the City Collector.
The same committee r.mmetided
that ilt>- notes of the butchers in the
market be received anil the same Is
placed in ib.- hands -it the collecioi toi
collection, Ulopted,
"ill... sum., committee recommended
that tli>- salary of Mr. John Kastwooil.
assistant engineer of 11??- sewerage, be
Increased from 5"r. to $100 per month
fioni Septi inber 1st. Adopted.
Phe Committee <.n Streets reported
that the City Attorney bail given as bis
opinion that the clij has no rights in
tin- marsh property except !?? extend
I . I streets. Mr, Sherwood said that he
thought that H tb. city bail tli.. right i"
extend the streets through Hie marsh
i bat some money that had been palii
should ...in.- bad; t.. the city, ami he
furthci thought that Pirst street
should I.x tended Immediately to tho
Width oi 60 fret, but lie thought Ilia:
(here should be all light thrown on the
subject possible
Ali Reed sal.I that tin- conimlttee was
looking int.. tin- right Uf tie- city id
extend l-'lis-t street.
? >ii motion, tin- report was referred
back t.. tb. Street Committee t.. make
a definite report as t.. right bf extend?
ing the street through all marshes, and
h port at the next m?tiim
Tli.- Committee ..n Public Properly
recommended tlmt the contract for coal
Ik* awarded t-. W ,v .1 Purkoi lor $6 pet
ion t" almshoUse. ami sr. to eltv, thev
bdiig tie- lowest bidders.
Tb.- toll..win;: bids lor pulntttlg lb.
City Hall were received: O. .1. Itudd
ii ::. W. War.-. $121; <\ ' \ Williams. $10:1
Oh m..lion, lie- contract was awarded
t.. Williams
TU- contraci for furnishing w.l to
Ha- iilmslumse was awarded to T .i
Hurlow tin $:t;40 per cord,
The Sewerage Committee asked per?
mission to purchase machinery ami t..
build power lions.- e.tc, but they als..
Wanted permission to nsi; the Legisla?
ture tO tillOW til.- City lO iSSIle M...IIIIII
\\..uii of bonds in case they are needed,
as lb. Legislature w ill not 1>.- in session
again for two yen tin. They may not be
i ? od..-.I. bin it would ii.- w.-li I.. have
Hu?hi, un mi.tinii. Hie report was je
ci ived and adopted
Tb.- Perry Committee ma le their re?
port m reference to tie- ferry schedule,
ai..I iisked thai tie- same be adopted.
.Mi 1{.-.-a iisked that tli- man. r be re
feired back to tin- committee t.. answer
tin- direct (|Uestltuis as :?? whether the
lessees nr.- running tb.- ferry in accord?
ance with' Hi.- contract.
? Mi motion, tie- report of tin- commit?
tee was adopted.
Mr. Reed then roneWed Iiis motion,
'"at tb.mniittee be; requested to an?
swer Hi- question as t.. wliether the
icsc.-s are running the ferry in tu.rd
Rtici' to contraci or hot, It was sec?
onded ami adopted.
I'ti- ?-it> Attorney made a report in
reference tu tie- matter bf suits that
have been entered, etc. He sai.i that
como of tin in will soon I. - closed
The quest ion of Mi-, Wardroper's bond
was discussed for some lime.
Mi King moved that tin- matter lie
referred t.. the committee and Hie City
Mtoi'iiey I? instructed to make im',
mediate demands to tb- American Se?
curity Company for the bund of Ward
ropei ,v Co. Adopted.
Mr King moved thai tb- Council go
int.. tin- election of :. member from the
Font tit ward to till a vacancy A dopt -
Mr. King then nominated Ali \ \V
Moore, win. elected unanimously.
Mr King asked for an appropriation
ol $2,000 to put tb- streets in good colt
?Iit ton where they have been torn un
Mr. Reed moved that back lax col?
lector be Instructed t.. report at the
next meeting all taxes collected by
him sine- lie has I.a in ollice and the
amount now .In-, and it all legal means
hove been exhausted in trying to rol?
led til- sum. , ami report at tin- next
meeting. Adopted.
On motion, the report of tb- commit?
tee in regard t.. Hie paving of Pirsl
str-et was ordered t.. be Placed mi (lie
Tlic request of Air Townscnd to be
released from bis leas- of Hart street
was granted.
Mr Slierw.I moved thai Hie Auditor
be requested to furnish a statement
of Hi" amount of street repairs thai
bus been mad.- ami those now .lue for
repairs done by t|?- street force
Tb.- Ladles Aid So? i. t\ made tippllrn
Hon for tb- us- ,,t tb- city Hall foi nil
eiiterlnlnmenl It was referred to the
Public Property Committee, Ad?
join ned,
We in- Kenily. Are Von?
'J'o or.lpr only: A business suit,
$12,50 to svjo; a dress suit, !5-25 to .->:t?.
fr.un all the latest fabrics, imported
mil domestic. Tbftl meane. tip to
diite in everything, M. Rosrnrai m,
lit', ami llJS High streot, rortsmoulli,
Va, Felt;
A big reduction on csr|iets, refrige?
rator.", canopies nur! oil elotb for next
thirty pays. buy low and bare wuucv,
?t j. a, Crawford's.
Home Wcililiou.
There was a very pretty home wcd
? Iin;; yesterday afternoon at t real
< I fill of Mrs. Oast, >>n Green street.
The contracting parties wen' Miss Su
? Ii? - Hum.- Oust and Mr. Charles 10.
Kreuch, u promising young merchant
of Washington, I). ?'.
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
I >r. A K. Owen, after which a reception
u-uM hehl, i.at. t they took the Bteamer
for Washington, which will be their ru
ture home.
The Virginian extends its heat wishes
for tholr future happinoHH.
Meeting <?( Wenlerii Braueli nemo
The Western Uranch Democrats held
,i meeting yesterday afternoon to elect
dclcgUjtcs lo the eounty convention.
Two sols ol delegates were placed in
nomination. Tie- following were elect?
ed: Delegutos?E. VV. Owen?. W. I"
Whitehurxt, A. Sllverson, William I;
ii..; ghton. Willlum Huxton. I ? it
Muckey. und J. W. Itldg.I Executive
Committee 'l'. I' Cookc, K. Shea,
Edwin Klllott, John A. Cod.I, ami \\ I'..
Ca rney.
Ocnih ol Mr. Kit by.
Mr William 'I'm pill Kill's . u well
known former eltheen. died ot tin- resi?
dence "f his brother-in-law Mr. .1. Tur?
ner Whit.-, yesterday after n lingering
illness of six weeks with couaumplion.
.Mr. Kllby left here hImiuI thirteen years
ttgo an.I went t.. New Vork t?i 1 iv.?. A
sinnt while ago In- came i>aek mi a vlait.
and was never able to return to his
homi His funeral will tnke place to
morrow (Thursday) afternoon at :!::tn
o'clock from the residence of Mr. White.
X,,. sin ('mil l street.
Ii Will Iii- \ppic.intcit.
Mi K. D. (illl, appreciating Hi.' ad?
vantages that tin- lishcrmcn and the
Iruckluti People will liuvc in allowing
tli" schedule lo lemnltl as it now is in
tin- morning. In* has concluded not to
change it. but lo w>>n tin- name schedule
oil tin- your This will ni\.- those who
want fish, &c, for breakfast an tiptipr
tunity !?? gel them by allowing the
.-arts t.i u.-l over Int.. ??ally. This
will ho doiibi be appreciated by them.
A Mother Takt-* Tbl? Method tu Secure
lilt Husband's Keller.
A bub; was lefl as security for a
line at tlio West Chicugu ttveunu police
statiou the other day. The police, how
over, refused to accept it, ami it was
taken to SI. Viueeut's nsyluni. Thocase
\vus that i.f Krank Selig, alias Lally,
of ."t'ii West Chicago uvenue, who was
arrested ou u disorderly charge und was
Hued (15.
Mrs. Scli^;, carrying lo r baby in bor
units, was a speutatt r at the trial, and
when her husbaud was taken down
stairs .-lie t'olluwed i<> have u lost wont
with hiui.
lt is .-aid Selig persuaded his wife to
otter tin- baby to the clerk uf the court
as security for the Hue. Mrs. tfelin made
the oiler, and when it w as refused left
the child on t)ie disk and started to
leave t!ie court room. An ofllcer follow?
ed and gave tin- ein Id to her again. Mrs.
Scli? tlieu went int.i the police station,
uest door, and left the child oua beuch.
Attention was culled to it some time
Inter by its cries, ami then Desk Ser
geuul Charles Speuct t remembered Mis.
Selig bad In i li in tin- statu, n with the
child in her anus. KfTorts to iiud her
Were without avail, and the child was
taken to the asylum. Selig's line was
afterward staid, and lie was released.?
Chicago Tribune.
.M?rringr? Among Cuttoge Woini-n.
Hut the bent toward cougcniul niar
riage may lesseu the actual probability
i'. marriage, lt is not the ardent wom?
an, hut the cold WOUMtD, for whom ouo
marriage will do as well as another.
Ami tin college woman is not only more
exacting in her standards of marriage,
but uuder less pressure u< accept what
falls I,( low her stand.ud ttiaii the aver?
ts- woman, because she can better sup
}. i: t ami ocoupy herself nloue. As a
matter of fart, nuhappy marriages are
rirtually nnkuowu among ci liege worn
Ml.?Milicont W, Shiuu in Century.
t'lot Uiiig.
Where t.. pur. has.? t<> an advantage
is tie- question that troubles must buy?
ers at ;ln- beginning of the Reason. We
have made vast improvements in otii
place 1.1' business t.i accommodate mit
large and Increasing trade, and ..in
stuck i.f nun's, hoys' and children's
suits can't in- *uirpnsscd in ihe two
cities foi price, (mailt) and workman?
ship, It's !?> tin- Intetesl i.f purchasers
to buy early so they can get tie- choice
i.f Styles, si/.es. etc
We ate tin- .inly authorized agents
!"i'i' tie- celebrated Sweet, Orr ?v Co.'a
working punts, overalls, etc.
Hltr.Sl.AI'KIl e.- ANTHONY.
114 High street.
Second Door from Crawford,
llnll-l'ricc sole ol I'.mltrolderlek,
Kmm in until 12 o'clock tor the re
inaluder uf this week our entire line of
embroideries at halt price.
special prices mi alt remnants. 18l&c
hose, three pairs for 2*at.
A .1 I'llll.l.ll'S
I'ndcr t ?xford Hall.
302 and ;;ut High Street.
The rool wave is here, und so are we
It will pay you to call and see us lie
tor,- purchasing elsewhere. Our goods
i i .hi fresh and newi suits to order
from v'i"i and up. All tin- Latest Nov?
elties Also :i nice line of Men'.-.
Yr.uths' and Children's Clothing:.
.lohn A. Monis. Manager,
323 High street
viiiiiiii r ui'i i. oi Itiirsriilii? Wi-siuiii
I'osllively tarry Sot king Ot er.
o make room for the full goods to nr
rive iii a few ilnvs. Wo shall sacrilieo
lots of goods Ibis week. Don't turns
this sale whatever you do. These
prices are fur rush. llamtnill'H, 320
Fiigh street.
fall VouniBii's ,\ Young's hats just
? SQt. ! r:;-i!) lutr, C. R. Woltou & Co,
The Fire in the Dismal Swamp Doing Great
Damage to the Surrounding Property.
I'cnden on ihr Purl .\oriuik ('lira
Will Kuler Into Itcligioiis Worli
ii>. t i'ini i im i Term i?r Ihr (oiiiii.i
I'ouri Urlmrw' BwHrr) 1? (lo i<>
Atlanta, anil Utbrr .\omnj Notes.
The primary will come off on next
Joanes is playing ball with the New
IHirl Nowh team.
The Hustings Court will beg In t"
morrow at u a. in.
Overcoats ma tic (heir appearance on
the si.i yesterday.
It is saiil that there was frost in
Nupseniond county yesterday.
Sloven were put up yesterday, ami In,
a number oC cases llres were made.
The Norfolk County Convention will
be held ul Port Norrolk to-morrow al
Mr. 13. St. John, vice-president .?i I ho
Seaboard Air Line, arrived here yes?
Nn arrest had been made either in the
i-itv or count) 111? tu the time nur re|R>rt
Miss Aloise Mates, of Park View, re?
turned home yesterday aftei a trip to
Crimes Mattery i-xi.ts t.i i:-> t.? At?
lanta mi tin- 20tli, sii as tu be en hand
on Virginia Day.
Admiral George Itrown and wife will
leave ..n Thtirsdit) for u short visit t<.
lndiaiiu|M>lis, lud
The only business in the Mayor's
Court y.-sterday was one disorderly,
w hlcll was dismissed.
Mr. Charles T Miami has I.n elected
a .iiii.er of tie- Plrcmcn's Legislative
Commit).f tin state.
Tin- navy yard launch ami a lighter
collided mi Monday in tie- harbor Thi
lighter mit i!i.- worst 61 it
There was no meeting of tin- stock?
holders of Ha- Seaboard Air Mine yes
lenldy, fur want uf a quorum.
Mr .). W. Olhbs has disposed of Ills
business on Count> street, extended
lie will co in the evangelical work
Our local trap si.ters will have a
live pigeon shooting match at I'..it
Norfolk this alt. in.i at U:Sn o'clock,
Tin- Port Norfolk Curs are how.
provided witli tie- lat.-st style of fend?
ers, They have in. ditliculty in ad?
justing tli.-in
Mi .lohn Ciithrell, driver for the
steamer Virginia, who lias been off on
suspension for thirty days, will rvporl
f..i tint v to-morrow .
The Puneral Directors' Association id
tin- Mulled States wilt meet in Atlanta.
Ca . on Wednesday. They will lie in
session foi three days.
Mr T. J. Anderson, general passenger
agent for the Seaboard Air Mine, is in
III. city. II. will go to Atlanta with
the Chlel ICnglneers on Sunday.
('barb s While, colored, an old Offend?
er, was arrested yesterday by Constable
Warren for cutting a woman with ii
knife. ..ii King street He will have a
In at ing to-day.
Tin- action ol tb.- ICxccutivc Commit?
tee on Monday Iiis.-!!! was freely discuss
eil y.-sterday by ib.- til.-mis of Major
Crocker, who \Vere not in the heal
frame of mind.
Tin- 1,200 feet of hose wllieli was or?
dered for lb- lire department lias ar?
rived, ami will ii- divided between the
two companies, which w ill put I hem in
k.I condition.
The next term of tin- County Court
will begin mi tli.- ir.tli Instant It will
I..- a regular criminal term and tin
largest that lias I.. en before the court
for a number of years.
Tile til,- in the big swamp mar
t"Inni hlaml is doing great damage to
tie- property in that locality One gen?
tleman said that it was making the
people all sick inhaling the burning
bushes, etc.
Tlie ladi.s who contemplate Inking
part in the entertainment for lb.- bene?
fit ..f Park View church and tb.- Ports?
mouth Hospital are requested to meet
in tb.- V. M. i". A parlors this after.h
at 4 o'clock.
Tb.- Seaboard Air Line attempted to
move tin- old car shed yesterday as a
whole, but lind to cut it in three itee
lions before they' could carry it t<> its
? lesiinatii.il. which was accomplished
without any ti oillilc.
Mr. I .euch, a former pitcher for the
Portsmouth team, returned from New
York yesterday. lb- says that liiere
were seven pitchers there awaiting a
trial and us each one had t<> pay his
own expenses he would not remain
there, lb- will pitch :'>>:' the Hampton
team to-day They play against the
New-pi"irt News t.-aiu.
Tile reunion of tin- Slxty-tlrst Vir?
ginia Iteglmenl at Heaver Dam. Va.
..ii tin- '.uli Instant promises t-. be ipiiti
? lame affair All the old Oonfcds win
I..- there Colonel Stewart will dellvei
an address on tin- lit", of Matliew Pqr
ttilie Maury a number of people from
this i it> will u<. in- a ft.--- (linner and
a big time is tin- attraction
?tomiire ol t'ininlerlelli*r?
who Infest tin- market ami .e. tin- means
ul rubbing >i- k people ..f ilielr money, ami
what is of still greater consequence ol
imt iihfrequently aggravating the coin
plaints under which the) IbIku i is an
act of .liny We ow? i<> society to Warn tie
?M'ople against ihese dangerous frauds, a
little care mi tin- part 01 tin purchase!
will protect them from Imposiilon by
bearing in mind these facts: Never buy
?her.- it Is offered in bulk, itn k.-ns oi
luge). a> Hie genuine Hosteller's Stomach
[titters an- sohl only in Iwttles having
tin- handsome steel plate label displaying
the combat between Kt tleorgo ami the
Dragon, ami having at the bottom a min?
iature noli- of hand for mi. cent, I" in in?
a fac simile of the signature <>t tin- presl
? b nl nl l!n- COinpail} Ovet tin . nil; is a
metallic capj mi which is imiiri-sScd the
name of tin- article, together with a medal?
lion h.a.I in tin- center, Any Person sell
Ing tb. counterfeit Hostellers Ktomacli
Hitters we shall not hesitate lo bring to
iuslh ?-. as w>- never tail to COIlVlcl
?1111*1 I'llII lo ?.el One.
Tills being our lenth year in business
in Portsmouth we hnve decided to give
away with each child's suit sold It) us
a handsome buck-hoard wagon, thirty
six Inches long, each wagon worth more
than the coal of tie- average child's
suit sold They are now on exhibition
in our cornel show window1.
\1W liiirb street
The l.lkerlj n??ll I ii? In lite ? ll>
KoNig-natton <>i Or. llnliiN.
Petersburg. Va., October I. (Special.)
The ?'iiy Council, al its meeting Hit.
afternoon, received n coininunlcntlon
from Mayor Collier, endorsing tlie fol?
lowing letter:
Philadelphia, Pa.. Soptember !!5th.
To Hi.. Mayor or Hurgesa of Petersburg
Dear Sir. The train with tin .>111
clal list t.. Hi.' "Ohl Libert) Hell." ?'t
Ho- way to Atlanta Exposition, will ur.
rive In Petersburg on Saturday, Octt
her r?tli, at 9 a, in., leaving al 10 a. m,
An olllclal list of He- eHCOH a nil Hi.
Itinerary will lie furnished you Inter.
Voitra respectfully,
Beeretury of, the Comhilttee.
Tin- Council voted t.. visit Ho- de|H>l
on i In- ttrrh al of Ho- In II und tin
Miiyur will in- requested ticeomputi)
Itot c U Mains. l> i' . tendon .1 in^
reslgitutlon to-day lo tie- vestry of St
Caul's Kplseoptil Church, lo take effecl
on tie- isi of Januar) next. Di
llains has I.u Ho- beloved lector ?>.'
this church fur I he past eighteen years
For tie- pusl year or more lie has Iwen
suffering from throat trouble ami ha:
ulniost losi his volCe
A colored man named Titos Twheall
killed a carrier pigtnin yostcrda) after
ii.i..n on Ho- fariu of Mi V K. Duvls, in
Prince George county, a short distance
from Petersburg. On a wIiik of tin
bird was stniii|ied "I. Ouiulorff, li
N Y itveiiue. N. \V? Washington, I'
C." i iti a band mi one leg ?.t the plgco;
was iieciili.il. "C ?'. ISJlii lie.'' ami ot
another leg was a band with l N .
IX!?.'' .hi it.
There were four 11 res In IVtersbiire,
during Hu- month of September, hut
t In- |nss> > w ere small.
There was a heavy frost here ililt
UK >l I! tilt:. Hie IllSt iii' tile Wllltel I'.-a
nut and pea vines were badly bitten
and als., tobacco, but it it not thought,
however, that tiny serious duuiiige win
'I'll- cash receipts t.i tie- ? Ity from alt
sources fot the month of Septembei
uiiuiunled lo $il.t!!H, and the expendl
t im es ?74 ::i
Intelligence has lieen received Ik-.,
tin- burning of tin- Lain- ami stables
? -I Mi Uavitl Dunlop neat Ijiiwrenee
\ ill--, in Itrunswick count) Loss, $;i.00u
partly covered by intuit an.,-. Mr. Dim
lnp Is (i wealthy tobacconist this city.
t'llllllOl ill.ill. le Willi the right,
Louisville. ky.. October i The
Mayor. Chlel of Police ami .tubers of
th.- Hoard of Safety, say I hey cannot
Interfere with Hi.- Grltllti Morph) light,
in spile .if Governor Drowii's procla?
mation, as ii does not conn under the
law The) sa> a prlxe lighl Is it light
;.-i a purse and that Mlllph) ami Grif
iln tire hired to spar. There Is iio pro
liability of Interference from local tut
Nnxiil Kl'llv
Washington, Oct. I. -Cnpt Oeorge C
Hamse) has I.II ordere<l 10 duty as a
member of the Naval Rxnmlhlhc and
Itetiriiig Hoard.
Assistant Naval Construct ol II lb.I..
sOn has been detached front tint> oh the
North Atlantic Hint ion ami ordered lo
duty at tin- N.-w York Nav?yrtrd
A Ha.tta.llun el tine Hundred Neu Vork
Hoya U lli t ry tu Stop in Deflleinrnt,
An iuterestiug experituout is about !>?
In- tried nti tie-east side, when a brigade
of boys of the neighborhood will laku
under its protection the fountain re?
cently built in Rutgers square, at the
iutorscctiou of Easl Broadway and fa
ual street, by Jacob Schill and present?
ed to the city.
When the watt r was turned mi. abont
two weeks ng . the authorities freely
predicted that the fonutuin would quick
ly he plugged up with banana peels,
waste paper and oilier refuse deposited
therein by the gamins i I' the noighboi
bond. These forebodings wi n- quickly
verified. Tlie combined efforts of two
policemen did in t sufHcp to keep thai
uului ky fonntaiu iii rnuniug ? fder.
Upon tlie Ki\'tgostiou of tin- Misses
Wald and Browster nf '.Im Kurses' sei
tlemeut, in Heury street, it was decided
tn organizo the hoys of the noighboi
hood into a sort of watchman's league
for the purpose of preserving order ill lite
Rutgors square fonntaiu. The boy- fell
in with the suggestion quite readily,
ami a meet illy was held at the Hebrew
institute, upon tho' invitation of Hupt i
iutoudeiit Spectorsky* lit which repre
sen tat iv es of the City Vigilance league
and the t in id Government chilis were
The result of tin.- meeting was the
formntiou of tin- Fountain league with
a membership nf 100 boys over 12 years
old. and tho following officers: Presi?
dent, Joseph Goldstein; vice president,
Morris Frankel; clerk, S. Joseph; treas?
urer, David Widrowitz; sergeant-al?
arms, K. Frank; ausist ant sergeant at
arms, Jacob Wisausky.
President Roosevelt of the imliee
commission has promised to do all that
he can tu aid the boys, ami ('? I iucI
Waring uf the street cleaning depart
mint has furnished them with two
steels. Wherein to deposit tho dead cat-.
old rags, bauana nod orange peels and
other flotsam and jetsam that lias in tlie
past mystcrit nsly found its way into
tin- recesses of the Rutgerasquare fouu
tain. All tin- members of the league
have pledged themselves to keep both
fountain ami square clean, which, ac?
cording to Colonel Waring's men. is a
foi midablo undertaking.
The members of the league will wear
badges, and it is pn posed that some of
them shall remain on duty morning,
noon and night to see that the fountain
is not defiled, The leaguers are also
talking of organi/.iug themselves into a
uniformed cadet corp.-, and the outcome
of tho experiment is watched with much
interest by tho residents of the lower
east side.?New York Times.
Horn llarrUon View* It.
(im- Benjamin Harrison is disposed to
regard that Pennsylvania fight, so far ns
the presidency is concerned, as more ?>r
lcsb of a <io? fall.?Washington ia.su
?AT -
Port rvoi-i'oiit,
Now Open for Winter Boarders.
The Itesbitir. ul will bo ? pen nil the ~on
? mi. ?Uli ei. nili UK in ivaaoii. Wo will !
run ttriotly I.YNMlAVhN UYMTKItH lu all
ntvli-H. Spe-inl nttoiiliuu given lo OYSTKIl I
suim Bits ioi pot ??.
i-AM iMi r? i ti u i iiitiic nvKiiv n111 nr. I
i't | t Hliirtliiy, Kleetrli our* run to tlio
door ovuty Unli i n ir mil I n :MJ p. tu
M. .1. Ml l.\ I.V. I't.qu.otor.
And Where t?i l?uy u is .1 question <>r
wine consideration i imvo the best tint;
?i n be inol Sio\.- .in.i Xhi Coal, nlec
.iii.I clean, at td per ton Urv Sheltered
I'll in W.l AI.i. best Ouk Wooil.
I*" 1111 weight .in.i meiiHiire ituurantccd.
II lt. Wit.kins. Washington street,
t'ortsmouth, \ t'ltone SIS He?-Im
A large Ioi received lo-iluy. Notiee t
pi lees: ?Pullis worth. 51 ul T.'..- ?juilis I
worth $1.25 itt $1 Quilts, worth $1,60 at $1.26:
i.'.Illls worth s: ill ll.tlTi. All the above:
Illt'gC sizes. Call mi.I examine quickly.
ttliO S HKt.l.i An-ni.
No ?l.'i lUgh sir. . I
Tbo belt iroe buiniiiK Stove. I'kk. Nut
nud Lump t'enl. Tow lilting or.Uri nl
por too ot if.aill potiuil? A Irin I tolioitad.
ICouioiuber tbo plnca. i '? mul 21.1 i^ueeu ?
? tr et C3*Thoue
?ol'J im WM. ti. MAUl'iX. j
W. C. NASH'sj
2:20 HIGH ST.
IVc inxlte all lo < :<ll ami examine otn new
line ..1 Dress l-'atirleS We liav< now the
largest lind the best nssorted stoeti thai
we have evei lunl. ami ??verylhlai; new
Klni! All Wool Serges, "?! Inehei wide, only
1 Hie <nir llliiek Dress stock I* now bain
iilele Never before havii we offered ^i. ii
values. We are sole aiiean in Hits i ll
Ioi the famous Hurekii I'uleni Cors.
I Cover, With dress shield pocket The
most convenient garment ever mud..
Iltld sells nl siijht.
\V*?. have only '.'?" yards of tin.'.- lasi
season's In.-i Hoods left over on om
Special Sule Counter, and we ?ltl eon
I in ue t.. -II I hun 11 ALK TIIBIH ItRUl!
I.All IMHCKS until closed out. Also it
beautiful lino ol Cent's Buttings ul
Higli sunt.
lie M oni yellow Peacties.
Vor Uta inly, Pickles, I'rebcrvlni; or Knt
hilf, (mi mile Monday mornliiK a)
Til K K, i \ ltlt()(iKS i ) ,
113 Illicit -tint
Specials for To-morrow..
Armour':) I'otti'd Ham and Tongue. Oe.
|K>r Can
Heven i'at,! -, um, ljuindry Soap for -
linked Hean i with Tomato Su>.
|M?r run
ktardlnes i-a, toil in i' In? spies ami To?
mato Buuoi. Jo. I- : i o}
Tomato Catsup in t i|i bottles, lOp. |ier
I >os
.lost received n Hurrel of kine BtuiTerj
Hooper's Kalal Kootl kill- water bin;.?.
We have nil Apple Cider Vllicgnr Hail
makes VIlie I'll kles
?KO?liRlf? \MI LliiliORS.
I have opened a llrst-class grocery
ami liquor store on the corner of Co
luuiblu avenue and Heuboard street,
whin- I will in- pleased Id have the
public < all mid examine itiy slock.
se29-:il C. K. ,H inks
Itepresentiiig the City ol I'orlsuiu it t,
Sub'ei't t<i tint approval of tin* coming
Primarr. h I tt
In iii resent tin t It) or Portsmouth,
Subjt-i t to tin mode af nomination pra
scribed by tits Uoinocratio Executive Coni
inittce. selb-tl
W( are still doing business at tie- obi
? tami and solicit your orders for COAL,
The E. C. Brooks Comp'y.
House mid lot on < 'ouke stinnt. I'ark ^n-w.
lot .svlnit Inin^ tiro years old; H rooms
iiHlitii city witor, ni o i lo-ots. front and
bai u porohrx. Price 41.-.'??! I'art emit
b?. ? Ii e Uli time.
J11IIN 1. WAT, ON,
Ports.nth, W
.11 ST MtniVEO.
S5 PEB LONG TON, I'll ON I) NO. '."t-..
Yiirn foutli End Court S'roet
S . 1 * ? OAST.
*Mll'i * for * Sale *
At Portsmouth, Ua.
Mill fully equipped with Suw MIU,
Shingle Machines, Planers und all Ma
chincry necessary to operate a flrst
class Ribbed Shingle <>r Box Factory:
Will Hell Saw Mill and Shingle Ma
<-hitior> M-pai ately. to bo moved, or will
Hell all machinery with the mill build?
Uood party ran buy the mill building
and innehiuery with long lease on the
land, 01 will Hull land with tin- building.
This machinery is as K<>mi as new.
and will be sohl at half Its value on
reasonable terms. Has many advan?
tages thai cannot I.x plained here.
Write for full information.
John L. Watson,
Special Low Prices.
( IL\ IBS lifted out at prices
I thai can'! be beat.
Breech Loading Double Bar?
rel Shot Guns $T.
Wo N. White,
itc; hioii s\.. p?r.t3m-"?t,rir. va.
! Cum and Bicycle Repairing a Spe?
Tiieppn and Electric Pilss (or Sale.
\nvom in need ol Juniper. Telegraph,
Teloplo.i. I II. oti i.- I'-.Irs. or It. wed
fin. Tlmbi i also Pino ami Oy pro? Piling
mini.I ilo Well In Wl In or ' all on mi- at 211
County street. I ran furnish iliem In any
>l Hit Ii I It V on short notice.
?e?-lm I W. Wll.'.IAMS
Tt|e Liberty Bell lo Be Given a Ronsing Re
ecpiion In Fredericksburg.
Hiss Sc.-iliui.\ in Vurl'Ulh Kotllillg
N. i\ ||| III. Hfuult?*Wlll9l?MI Mnliic
lluil ? use III tgolll ill ||ll> Singer
Netting M .1 ill I ll ?? ( mopilll) Ills
I till i'; i ll from fii*tutly.
FTCderlttksbtu'g, V?., October I. -
(Spcclul i II P. Knight, Ugenl in sput
sylvntila county for Hie Singer Sowing
Machine Company and heretofore very
hlghl) respected in this vicinity, was
arraigned before Magistrate Olver
l-Just huriilti Police Court litte this nf
tertiooii for embezzling $!I60 rightfully
belonging t.. bis employers. Knlghl
ivns defended by Senator William A
l.ii11.- and admitted having mlsiippro
printed the money to clear bis own In?
debtedness Magistrate ISastburn
heard evidence mi both sides ami eon
eluded that Knight Could mil he held
as the charge stood, and dismissed the
case, and made I he company defray
the cost of the trial.
lt. \ w M. Clark, who, as previously
announced In these columns, recently
accepted n eiill lo ein Ist Chtlrcli, of
Alexandria, will remain here and con?
tinue in ti.upii'dty of rector nl St.
George's KplsebpuI? Church. One>d the
vestrymen of tin- latter church told
your correspondent this afternoon that
the vestry of Chiisl Church had .
sc-nleil tn release Mr Clni-k front his
acceptance of tin- rectorship of that
i-hiirc-h ami that Mr Clark woubl posl
tlvei> continue his useful work in ibis
Itev Hugh Marlin, who was Ordained
as a dencoit on Sunday by Hhdiop WlilL
tie. u ill usslsl It' v. II II. Lee at the
? 'Imi lot test die Episcopal Church,
Til-- Itopuhlichn Convention hehl at
White Onk, Stafford county, mi lust
Saturday, nominated Mi. W. .1 Hogers
fur tin- House <ii' Delegates from Hltif
foi il ami K in? < ICorge.
Mr, E. M Crtitehlield, who I'm- the
past eighteen years has faithfully ills
charged tie- duties "f Siiperliitendcnl
of tic- Presbyterian Sabbath School,
has resigned his position oil account
.,! declining health, and Mr .1 W.
Adams, Jr.. has been appointed ids suc?
'I'll.- Berkley schcjol district of Spotsyl
vault: county has elected tin- following
Sei.I N'<>. 1. Mrs T .1 Wilson; N'.i. 2,
Mis* Lydia Maddux: No. "? Miss Eva
Morris; No. 6. M l. Voting; No ;. Miss
Marths 141 wson; No v Miss Jenny
Hewlel; No, !i. W II Chewiilllg: No.
in .1 II. Mills: No, II Miss Maty
On vis; No. 12. Miss ROSII llewlet; No. 13.
M is's I :? 11 ie I Icjii motte
'I'll.- following delegates <?> He- flood
(Bonds Convention, which will lie held
in Richmond October 10th; hnvi heeii
appointed by Max.n- A I- Itowe! Hon.
! s Potter, w. s. Rmbroj ami Walter
It. Tyler.
Tb?- Liberty Hell, which is now en
route to the Atlanta Exposition, will
[ arrive In tills dlty Erlduy afternoon,
mid xx ill in- given a rousing reception by
the members of the City Council and a
delegation of citizens it win reach
here at :: r.:; p m., and leave at 4:42 p.
m for points taillier South
Mrs. Shady P. Bullock, daughter <?{
John and Henrietta Kullock, of
Spotsylvnnla county, and wife of the
late William K Bullock, of Caroline
county, departed this life on Sunday,
after an iiim-ss of three months, with
[typhoid fever.
It is announced Hint tin- linn \V A
.1.s will spook ui King George Cohrt
lu us. 'I'Iiiiis.lay morning i. iiiiii iluyi
This n iiii.iuii. cmcnl in itself is still)
. li nt t.i ntlruet mil' of tin- birg? HI
crowds tliiii luis ever assembled at old
King < leorgc.
'I ii. . I. vi ii-y.-ai-.il.I son of Dr. C A.
Ktiper. >.i Orange, died Sumluy niter
ii....n fi>>in tin- effects ot drinking too
inn. h whiskey. A number of men ami
i.i.y- Journey oil to the Rapldau rlvei
on the occasion of a !l?h fry Saturday
?horning ami while llic men ol the
(uirty won- mukliiK arrangements on
the river bunk two hoiih ot Dr. Ktiper
emptied a large Jug ot whiskey ami
.i> .1 result hol Ii won- ma.lt violently
II Tin- elder of the two recovered from
ils <'Jrig,t' but the other lad >llo<l Sun?
day afternoon.
Miss Niinnie Senhorry, ot Norfolk,
is ih. guest of her sister, .Mrs. Uiik
gles Tulluferro.
Di A c Palmer has returned lb
There were no new (levelopcments in
ih- Brookes-Will son abduction ens*}
this inornlng and both parties nr.' still
summoning witnesses to appear at the
trial on Thursday. Mr. Watson has en?
gaged counsel and still maintains, it is
stated, that he citn prove an alibi. Hi'
large circle of friends an- still confident
Hint in- can prove his whereabouts on
I lie uii lit Miss Florence Brookes dis?
appeared from lu-r home, and there es?
tablish his innocence.
? 'orsoiinl Mlllliii Inwpeclion 1 ho 1'.
M. V. \. i onlei eii. .-.
Newport News. o.t. I There will he
! a game of baseball at Klvervlew Park
this n fieri.ii between the fat and lean
men of Ihe Klks Lodge of this city,
i Prof. s. T. Ford, of New York, the
celebrated lecturer, appeared at John?
son's Hall here last nicht He was so
highly appreciated that a lamer crowd
of Hi.- citizens will meet him to-night
at Hi- same place. Part of the receipts
will be given to the Fire Department
Mi Sydney L. Wood will return from
New York Friday, where he went to re?
cuperate from Iiis recent Illness lie
will resume ids position with the Gov?
ernment force here.
Coli .1.? Lane Stern. >.f Richmond,
spent hist ulghl here for the purpose o|
inspecting our military company, ''The
Hum iiiuton Rifles." lie b it this morn?
ing by steamer Louise for Norfok and
Mi. ami Mrs. W A Posl will leave to
night tot a visit to Washington.
Mr C. I. Ptitzel will ko to Martins
vllle to-morrow to attend the Confede?
rate reunion.
Miss Louise Nash, of Norfolk, is the
guest of Mrs II. it. Bailey.
Mr. Frank Mulford has returned from
? 'hai b s i 'It y.
si Paul's Guild w ill meet at st. Paul's
Kpiscopnl Church Wednesday evening
at 7 30 o'clock.
Mr s L, Adams has returned fr.
tin Virginia Lithla Springs, very much
Improved in health.
Th" Y M c. A, District Conference
convenes her?- on Friday night at 7:80
o'clock in the Baptist Church. Dr. A.
Coke Smith, of Norfolk, will make the
opening address. Dr. Smith is one of
tin- foremost speakers in tile ministry
ami all who can should te ar him
Th- Bishop of Car Use boasts that he
"caii sew a button on better that any
woman." Th.- hu.. Rishop of Worces?
ter learned to knit, so as to he able to
take up bis wife's dropped stitches
when she grew old.
The oldest building in the world that
has been uninterruptedly us.-ii for
church purposes is St. Martin's Cath?
edral at Canterbury, England. The
biiibiiiix was originally erected tor a
church and has been regularly used as
a place for religious gatherings for
Uit'A* Hinn ?cor?.
Tin? Pastor Knocked the Sexton Over a
Rector Cliarlea J. Holt of St. Jaines'
Protostnnt^Kpiscopnl church, in Ford
ham, N. x\,bas two children, Audry,
1:1 years old. and Charles, ti yours old,
who, 11 is said, have been making a
playroom of the church edifice on days
wh< n I bore an- no services,
Sexton Heury Howarth, who, with
his wife, cleans the church, rcceutly
complained tu the rector that Iiis chil?
dren and their friends had littured the
j Sunday school room with peanut shells,
1 grape skins and othor refuse.
The clergyman, so the boxton de?
clare-, did uothing to stop the littering.
Recently the sexton uud his wife fonud
Miss Audrey and the little boy pluyiug
in the Suudoy school room and put thero,
out. The girl was indignant, maintain?
ing that she had tho right, as the niinis
tor's daughter, to play in tho Sunday
school room as much as she pleased.
After putting out the children the
sexton and his wife went up into tho
church and bc-frttti cleaning there. They
soon heard tt noise down stairs.
The sexton went down and found that
the girl had opened a window and
jumped iu. lie ordered her out and up?
braided her. To drown his voice she sat
Mown at the piauo und bunged as bard
us she could. This incensed tho sexton,
und he picked her up and carried her
out bodily.
She went cryiug to her father, saying
that tho sexton had strode her. The rec?
tor went into the church and asked the
sexton if ho hud struck Audry. The
sexton said :
" If she said 1 struck her, she lied."
Mr. Holt says he thought the sexton
said that he, the clergyman, lied. He
struck out, and the soxton tumbled over
1 the back of n pew. As the sextou got up
! and started for the clergyman Mrs.
Howarth appeared. She persuaded the
angry men not to light in church. Then
tho clergyman discharged the sexton.
Tho vestrymen had a secret meeting
, to investigate the trouble and decide
whether or uol the soxton should be re?
instated. They were unable to agree and
will meet again.?New York Suu.
Iloukrn In Demand In Washington.
"A few months ago there were a',
least 6,000 honses with 'for rent' signs
; on t.hr-ni in this city. Today it is safe to
i assume there is not one-sixth of tltut
number," said a renting agent. "Iu all
? my business career 1 have never known
, tho demand for houses to bo greater at
this season. Very few of tho inquiries,
however, come from residents of the
city, and most of the people who are
reining property this fall seem to bs
strangers wh 1 are coming hero to live.
The next congress is going to bring a
great many new people to Washington,
and they seem to be taking tinio by tho
forelock and securing their houses now
rather than to wait until later in tho
season to look for them. "?Washington
n n o 1101 von 1 in ue~i t?Tjr ?vors.
After favoring the tax dodgers, the
supremo court ought to find it no diffi?
cult matter to favor tho sugar bounty
claimants. ?St. Lm;a Vo? .?v^mtob.

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