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water tanks to caiillci traiuniortalion
furnished both ways Foi iiartlculars
address C. i> EPES. Crowe, Va., N .x
W It. R oclS-lt*
WANTED?Salesmen, local und travel?
ine-, to handle ?ui oll? ? rommlss'ou
in connection with other roods: good
Inducement <o right pnrty; Address the
ZONK oil. CO.. Cleveland, <> ucU-at
WANTED Dil ESS MA KING-Miss
>vhiL-1 late of Wushitotton. enpabh
at home or will go out hy Ihe 'la -?'?'
Queen street. OelG-ltv'
jT cioob MAN V \NTKD with ti on)
us a iiartner to Increase facilities In a
mnnufucturim specialty. Well < n ib
llslied. A plenty of work: no uppoSl
ii.in: a rare chance for the rhjhi ninh.
For partlculai -. uddross or cull nt iu<
tor.v, J. n. Winston. Managet Vir?
ginia I'arquet CloorliiB Company, >7
I'rlreess Auto- uveiiuo, Norfolk, Va
WANTED?Men And Women To Worlt
At Home. I i ay }> in f lfi per week for
making Crayon Portraits. New patent
id motltoil. An;. wlm can read or
w rite eftn il<> tin- work at home. Ill sj i ri
time day or evelllmr. Send for particu?
lars .-I'd work at once; Address II. A.
tlHlPl*. German Ait.si, Tyreiie, I'n.
i>. is sun
SALESMEN to take orders an.'. .:: . :.
}.'. i lioi.'.l, sIkiii i by u business llriii, n
uuiieri: . n.diisi-. t irrltory: i'ih to Kit
weekly for particular.'., address i'.
? ? Sox 1 ?! New V?rh city. tti.th.f.su
AGENTS make <
? i.e. Mat vl Ions In
'? ? ? nls. Two to six
wold in i, house. Sample mailed free.
I'OltSIIEE A- MAKIN, Clneliniatl. O
1 vi A NT five Experienced Bnlidltiff und
Loan Solicitors Well iitiiualntcd In Nor?
folk and iidjacctit Icwns. \\ nl puv
salary with commission. ? "nil on W.
M PAKIt, at Atl.-.ntlo Hotel, Norfolk,
between '-' und I p. ni. atl-t-tf
AGENTS One In ?;.. b county. t" lake
orders by sample: easily handled, sells
at sight; good salary: samples and
particulars st-nt proper applicant. Ad?
dress with stamt. I" ii. Box 126, New
York . in
\. > ."? .1.1' Sap-non Emiitotlc nun Iii
sell goods by sample at home or trav?
el: eitsv seller: staple Koods: liberal
sulary . ! no, d Commission. Add.- - P
?'. Box 11".!. New Yoi I. ell
DU ESS MAKING AND TAILORING
ESTAHLISI I Ml-'. NT?Mrs .\ M. Sadie.-,
fashionable Modlsto. Is at ii: Clnlborne
avenue, where sin- conducts dress mak?
ing, and gives special attention also
to linlshini: tallor-innde suits nel(i-Xi
1-T-tlCE -Handsomely Illustrated ''Guide
for Speculators and Investors,*' mailed
free. Send us your name and address.
COM STOCK-, HUG1IKB ? COi, linnkors
and Brokers* Broadway, New- Vork
M A. AHI'LASTO. El.-, trb-al Engineer. 31
FOB WEDDINGS-Our ??Art Depnrt
nient" ate displaying an extensive line
of beautiful and artistic l-'runiod I'l.
lures, with appropriate subjects for
?*' '? ?? ? VMS AKT DM
P.MtTMENT. 12S Main street.
J'UESCItil'TIONS enrefiillj compound?
ed All Drugs. Patent .Medicine-. Toi?
let Articles; Clears and Tobacco. W.
P PHILLIPS, 21? Main sire. t.
SJEW FACES ^.e'i'V.ln'?e'i'i.'.N': i; !
Inf RleniMics.ln IMI p. .k for u in.
.tnlin III \'. .....Ilm,-. . r_: w. r.Msi ,Ji
luvtnlor oi Wooilbury'd i'solal ,s,.u|i.
FOR RENT Two desirable rooms west
of EreemaSon street, in private resi?
dence: terms reasonable, references ex
ebsnued. Address "II..'' tills Olflce.
Irwin's Twin City Express.
W. T. Irwin & Co., B.-oprictors.
OFFICE --las: ? WATER ST., Norfolk. Va.
Ample fa. ilitles for hauling anything to
und from anywhere in th< three i Itles. Tel?
ephone No. C CHARGES REASON A
BEE, D ad llorses, Mules and COWS re
thoved Item the (luce cities free of charge
promptly at small cost.
More Sliver Novelties ami Stapler,
have come to hand at Oreo wood's, 15$
Main sir. et Silver Ton Combs, Brush?
es Mirrors. Manicure Sits. Scissors.
KnlvoH. Polishers-. Clothes, Military,
Hair, Nail and Vclve Brushes, Hat
Brushes, Whisk Brooms and two thou?
sand ami seveii other new beautiful
useful articles, ami So Cheap ut Hrecn
wood s Besl work In nil department!.
Special io lilnntn F.xpoNlHon.
To ace .miiio.late persons deslrlllft to
nttend the Exposition on Virginia Day,
October 22d, llie Norfolk ami Carol I mi
Rnilrond will sell round-trip tickets
oct..her 20th .md L'lst. good for ten days,
ri }12.C0. Quick time and good servlci
J. A. NEUYEBAUI311,
tt. Pass. Ag't, 96 Main street
Over BOO people fitted with t,-;.issos in
Norfolk by Dr, WECK, und no com?
plaints. F. H. GALE. 152 Main st
Sterling Silver Brlditl Presents as low
as the lowest.
CfiAt'.V+.V & JAK EM AN.
IN ALL CITY COURTS
Justice Burroughs Resumes the Bench and
lias an Interesting Docket
A PAWNBROKER FAKED BY A FAKIR
Who KerurcN n l.oan of 8t20onn tiins
M ?rill as Mil 113' ?'o,ilH A Itow
Aiiioiii; SelgltborM tilvc* l".ui|?lo> -
mcut to Til roc ljiM7*ra Uan.v
.Minor Cases in Court?
Justice Buroughs returned t> his ^e.?lt
in the Police Court yesterday und nfti r
greeting the Court olticera nnd law?
yers in his usually happy manner, lool,
up the large and importunl docket thai
DOZIER VS. MURDKN,
The case .,r a. V. Dozier against Mrs.
Ken. Murden, oh (he charge of being
drunk and ahusiiiK him, consumeil more
time of tin- Police Court yestordaj than
any thai has been heart! bv Justice Hut -
roughs for a long time. The trouble
proved to bo a family affair, bill of suf?
ficient Importance to reu u I re the ser?
vices of tin. attorneys. Ali. Julius T.
Sauiidots and .Mr. Waller II. Taylor, ut
Loyall * Taylor, appeared Tot Mr. Do?
sier, and Mr. K. W. Shu I lice, of Colo |
?<;? Sh?ltice. defended Mrs. Murden. 'i lie
law and the evldenci were handled
right and left during the ex'amlnn
lion of the ten or II ft eon witnesses, and
three hour:* were consumed t? i. r< the
case \\a:- closed. The cross examination
by Mr. fiuanders was a sever,, on.' tinci
the closing! nrgtimi nts oi Messrs. Slml
tiee aiid Taylor \\. i .? Strong and !??-?.. a 1
Justice Burroughs dismissed the charge
of heilig drunk ngnllist the lady, and
tool; the charge oi i roach of the i.?<?
WORKKD THE PAWN RROKRR.
That the nhrowdcsl man If liable al
some time of his life to he inkcjl in. was
demonstrated when Mr. Abrains, a clerk
in the Twin City Pawn Shop, kept by
Mr. X. Frankfurt, corner of Church
and Main streets, told Ills Honor how
he had been duped by a man and the
I -, tty youne woman who wat held as a
i io-oi i i. Mr. .Ahrains, who i- reputed
?n be a gbcul Judge of leweiry und
intisler of his buslm i as a pawnbroker,
iosllflod that fin yesterday morning a
stylishly dressed ?, nisi it and the hi;i <l
Kohie woman neat him r-nterod his
pawnshop hnd nftei tellln lilm n plntis
ibli story if|i?ut th-ir peeuliui euibar
lasstiv-m asked him to udviiitoc f20
on tlie lady's diamond fing, which the
mail drew from the lady's flhii t, und
which, when exhibited in court, ap?
peared to hen handsome Marquise dia?
mond Mr. Ahrains -aid that lie did.
net hesilnie to advitnee the man fi*6
? oi what appeared to i., * huon valuable |
Jewel, and the eoitple dehiirted. Ppntt
a closer examination of the ring Mr.
Mirams ills.?<.?.. red Dial the supposed
diamonds were nothing bui flass and
th? ring worth about tiitv cenis. Beul
izlng Hint he had h. on tt.I out of 1
he hastily called a jipilcomnn hnd piit
him on the track of the tricky pair,
j The officer came up with them !tt the
ferry \\ hal f, as tiny were about to cross
to poriSmouth, ami id:.I the woman
under nrrest. Before lie could vet hob'
of the man. licwever, he slipped a was.
and crossed the river in a foot bhnt.
In the Police Court the woman gay In r
name us Louisa Davis and said thai 1.1,
man was her husband and bathed Harr\
Davis. Tin charge 01 obtaining money
tinder false pretenses was preferred
laaiost her hy tin pawnbroker, she
ashed time t.. procure eoiuisel am!
shortly afterwards Mr. Julian T Saun-j
ders appeared to defend her. and niter
examining int.. tin- evidence .Hetie.-I
Burroughs, upon mote.,- or het iilior-I
ney. dismissed the ease. The oincoisj
are still hunting for the man. bui it Is
said that ho left oil the H id train for
A WOMAX-BRATER FINED.
A. big burly CAlpred man. named
James Old. was before the Polire C art
yetserdny charged with beating Matth
Crump, a small colored Woman, wlkh
his tist In the Open street, .lusti,.. c.tit
roilghs lined the man SU.fiO nnd costs
for the assault and $1.75. tlie costs of a
warrant nguinst hint, for prof at liy,
CASEY BKOWN ACOl'lTTED.
Casey Brown, tin col red man arrest?
ed hy Detective Curtis a day or iwo
ago. charged with stealing a hi yelo
valued at $15 from Amanuel Spinnille,
was acquitted yesterday in the Polle?
Court, there not being suilicl mt evi?
dence to hold him.
NOR VS CIIKS1RK
Tin two gentlemen, named Rlils Noe
and R, C. Cheshire, who were arrested
at the Fourth Ward polllnu piaci on nie
j day of lite primary clod ion, for light
inc. were given a chance to state then
troubles. Judge T tl Willi-, x repre?
sented one side of tin- case and Mr.
c W. B. Lane the other. Iiis llon?i
dlHmised the liana- of assault against
Mr. Noe nnd titled him SI and .-. nts
In-each of the peace, wiiiie Mi. Cheshire
was lei off hy paying lite costs of the
[ warrant against him.
MI NOB i IFFENS RS
W. W. Monte, white, drunk: dismissed.
A. .1 Baker. H. II. Carrol), Carey
Mitchell, whit.-, drunk: lined Jl and
Marie Bowen, colored, profanity; con?
tinued until to-dny.
J fessle Uusscll, colored, keeping a
house of Ill-fame; continue.I.
Ne|| Prbtib, colored, assault: contin?
ued until Ihe IDili,
Johanna Taylor, colored, assault; con?
tinued until tin- mth.
Martini Williams, colored, breach of
peace; lined $1 and costs.
Aaron Collins, colored, drunk: dis?
Corporal la ii Court.
The following canes were tri. d before
Judge I Ian. Kol in the Corporation Courl
John Cilbbs, colored, feloniously cut
ling Maggie tllbbs; found guilty nnd
entenced to live days in jail and $."?
Andrew S Martin vs. John T. Bolton.
motion for an execution to recover $H3.0S
ousts in a chancery suit; execution or?
Thomas Mnekoy, colored, grand lar?
ceny of a lot of metal form W. A, An?
derson; not guilty'.
The bar-room license of ihe Imperial
I saloon, No. 17:: Main strei t, was trans?
ferred to w F. Thompson and .1. w.
Malony, to do business at tin- same
Spencer Felton, colored, feloniously
I cutting Richard F. Moss, taken under
I Annie Mills, colored, burglarizing the
house of Samuel Hull In Pollard's
court; taken under advisement.
itocil i>i Bargain ami Knie.
Robert J. Rlngwalt. ol Philadelphia,
to Alice Smith, of Norfolk, !"t or land
In Ihe city ?'i Norfolk numlx ring nine
in block five; on the Norfolk Company's
map 'consideration $2.100.
Th,. Norfolk Company i<> Claude W.
Northern, two lots ..r land numbered
forty ami forty-one In block sown, on
the Norfolk Company's map. In the city
of Norfolk: consideration $100 ami other
\ alunblc i*onsl?leratloii.
Itobcrl .1 Rlugwiilt, of Philadelphia,
to Claude W. Northorn. t\v<> lots of
la ml numbered forty and forty-one lu
block seven on Ihe Norfolk Company's
map. in the city of Not folk; considera?
I'ourl oi i.no niitl Chancery.
Chancery suit was entered yesterday
by the Central Press Brick Company,
a corporation, against Edward Bryant,
John Green why ami C. Waller, lat
pnr inert Irhdlng under the num.- of K
Green way, i". A. W.Iwnrd. Arthur J.
Rolsom und W illiam ?'. Henley, John C,
Tee and William II Brltllngham, the
last two trading as Tec .v llrlttlnghum.
William Henry Elliott lo Ellu Lou
Morton. Charles Guj Id Norcissa Hell.
COR1NNB.?Corlnno and her compnn>
repeated Hu operatic extravnguhuri of
Hondrlck Hudson al the Academy yes?
terday afternoon and evening. in fore
w< II leased audiences. The night's
perfot man. ? i I?I the chgagem snt.
''THE Mi il' NT 10HA N K." Thestorv
of Tie Mount,lank." tin- play an?
nounced lor representation by Freder?
ick Waul.- und his company .tit ihe
Academy of Music hex! Monday night
is a most Interesting u:ie. and deals
with Hie Minis and tribulations of a
wanderlne mountebank named Bel
phopor, who is wedded, unknown to
himself, to tin daughter ot a rieh and
pow.riui nobleman of France. Bel
phcgoi has reached a happy sine.- of
v. Ided lit- ond Is blessed with two
children, when a villain nnmod l.avor
ennes lijipcars upon tin- scene and trios
t<> Induce th.- mountebank's wife to
desert him and become a child m
fortune and luxury In the bom,, of
Int- rieh parent, At llrst tin- wife's
devotion i* strong enough t ? wlth
irind ihe' temptation, lull whgu hard
times come ami th.- mountebank's
babe Is dying for tin want of proper
care and nourishment, the ptbther's
lOvb ov i n ? mos the wifely devotion
and Rhe \ Ii Ids. Tin- poor deserted
mountebank i- overciimo with grief
at her de: i ri hoi of him. but resolves
m lind her again and be searches all
over France until nt last In- succeeds.
Assuming the disguise of a nobleman
h.tiers her father's house, and acts
the part of a goritlemnn fto well that lie
deceives ovory one. . yen his wife. At
last he discloses himself, arid after n
series of complications, whioh at One
lime threaten oven the mountebank's
life, everything Is smoothed oil I and
tin- mounti I mil; and his children are
united with the wife ami mother, and
all ends happily.
Mr. Wurde assumes the character of
Molpliegor, the mountebank, which
elves him tin admiral le opportunity
for a wide I'hnge of |K)werful acting.
Mr. Wardo. rettognislllfi Ihe hard
lini.-s. Pas by a Special telegram til
Mr I un s)., t-rv asked him to make the
prices as follows: First floor, >'!: bal?
cony, .".'i and 7." cents: gailory, '.'"? cents.
Tin- sale of res. rvil seals will cotrt
metieo ti.il morning.
i ULM* IRE'S "RIVALS THE
GREAT ORCHKSTHASi" Gllmore's
Great Band of" fifty artists, which
com.s to the Academy Of Musi, on
Wednesday w"<>?k. is decared
by some of Ihe Soulborn critics to be
Vnnwntudogree of development that is
astounding' to ninny prOvliiclnl miist
cians. and to the metropolitan it Is
an actual demonstration of what Vic?
tor Herberi has long hold, that tho
orchestra Is the truest, as it Is the
hiebest executant of the art of music.
i'.ihe,of.-'s has 1.n growing up to the
orchestral standard ever sine.- Victor
Herbert I.iime Us director, and Rt
last bus fully leach-d that standard."
Tills is what i-- said of Gllmoro's b.v
a musician and critic
Th.- great lard will eise a brilliant
programme on Wednesday night, and
one that Includes rare things by Solo?
ists as V..11. Miss Idn Klein Is the
vocalist, formerly of the Metroj Man
Opera (GcrmiiriT New York; Victor
Herbert will also play. The scat
sal- will begin Monday morning
The JnrliMOii Orphan %s\luiu.
The nnniiti) mooting of (lie that agi :
of the Jackson ?rphnhAsylum was held
ill the lecture .00111 of St l.'.do s I' I "
riinr'eh last night nt v o'clock, Gen. i: I.
Pag., presided, with <'ai t B. I' Loyull
us secretary It'-v. ?> S Barten, I >. 1'
and Rev. .A S Lloyd were present
The plahS for Hie next year and tin
tdcii of a lioiiso-to-hpuRc subserl.itlot
were discussed, the latter in addition to
tlie church collections
The treasurer's leiioii showed a bnl
unce of $S7 on hand, over and above all
Tin- annual asylum service will he held
on Sunday, tili) -Tili instant
Wait Till* a Men Serpcnr.'
The Baltimore Sun ?.f yesterday
bud tho following: "F. L. Clayton &
Co., ship brokers, yestordny received
a lettei from Captain l^iyton, of tin
schooner Jennie Hull, which has fir
rived at Martinique, from Norfolk.
Va. in Ids letter Captain i.uyt.'t
slate that he H.iw a sen serpoui on
the voyage in latitude :tl degrees 27
minutes ami longitude ?;:'? degrees 27
minutes I'.- describes tin- serpent a.
being fifty feet long, with a pink bodj
and a black head that was ns large as
a molasses hogshead."
A regular meetlni? of ihe Board -f
iSlrectors of tin- Business Men's Asso
rial Ion was held at their rooms last
night The Board transacted only mat
t.-rs of interest to the organization, hot
s-overnl new members were elected. Thi
tegular meeting of the Association wil
lie held on tin- evening of tin- 31st
I'll;III on Mnlll Stn-el.
Two well-known citizens became In?
volved in a difficulty on Main street
la si night and on.- was knocked down.
Both were: carried to the station house
where they had another war of words
rimy gave bail for their appearance in
court this morning.
\ SI;. Ill Ol II t.ile i line.
I.. N. Monroe, the African wonder, a
llvinr man turning stone, will ho on
exhibition bete all next Week. 0018-21*
Ol the Housg Finance Committee is Hon.
M.T. Gookc. of Norfolk.
O'FERRALL'S MESSAGE TO LEGISLATURE
Ho Will ?sl. Ihr rilKHIIX?' ??' ?> "III '??
I'rcvcnl ?I?VC ('OIllCKtM. %s Mlil
As in The I|ii?>sIIom o! Hniii'ling
|,nws lo llrcnk lliiitittlliiu In
Alcxntiilrln Miiuj Oilier Xntes.
Kichmondi Va ., Oct. IT ?(Special.) ?
Colonel John 8. liarw.I, who woiil
over tn Petersburg yesterduy n? n j-ui ;i
of Ihe Hoard oC Directors of the Centnil
Blute Hospital, in conversation with
the Virginian correspondent tins morn?
ing, naltl la- believed tin Virginia Asy?
lum for Hi.' Colored Insane was llie best
managed institution oi its character in
tin country. He was much pleased
with till bo saw there, i'lils nut llliu is
conducted at a Cost of about two ity-st.v
cents por dnj in i capital Inciiisivi i
At this writing tii. programme for
the Governor's visli to Atlhiitn has in t
ho.-n fully completed. Most ol Ihe
metiers of bis. biaff and theit ladies will
go, Thet'e will be about ttventy-llv< m
the party and the trip will lie made in a
Special ear. A number Virginians
are now leaving for Atlanta, to ho tin ; ??
? ii Virginia Day. Assistant District
Attorn, y \V. II. Maun was atlioilg th e
who depoi ted to-day.
The Dengue of Wheelmen just organ
i/.i d here, proposes to hi in.- tn politics
to tlie extent of securing men ami
ihcttsttres fatooralflo to hloyellsts. The!
im nihil ship is growing ut tin ..it.- i
lift;.- u day. and the orirunlziittbh will
probably number one thousand i ??
The wheelmen will be heard front lo
the municipal election next spring
It is estimated thai th. Convention of
Confederate. Veteraiis will bring one
I hundred thousand si rangers to Rtcli
inond in xt May, and the city Will be
taxed to Its fllllosl capacity to care
for them. Detters received lien rroht
all purtS of the South le',1 of mOVl 111' Ills
alreud> .-ii loot t-. ot-oanize ?xeursion
parties. The eorner-sloiie of ihe Jef.
ferson Davis monument will be lab'
while the veterans ttr'e here. There will
Co. of . lurse, h monster tairiide. In a
quiet way ihe orator tor Ihe occasion
is l eine talked ei mit and General
Gordon. Senator Daniel. Judge Rongaii,
ot TexaS, who v.iis in Mr Dnvln' Cab?
inet' Governor Gates, and others lire
m. til a.nod.
Governor O'Feriull will before eery
long begin the work of making a rough
draft ?.i Iii? message t.< ihe Degisdatiitv
lie will ?Ivo a good .lea' of attention
to tin- subject of .a a. tine laws to hrelil,
ui> lawlessness In Alexandria county,
i The Governor will ask the passage of
a hill to prevent clove contests. It >?>
not known whether ,or not be will make
any recommendations as to a Constitu?
Mr. i'ooke. who has just been renoml
imled I'm' the ?oiisc in Noiioik, is put
down hy th.- shit, -mukors for Chairman
>.f th.- Committ.n Kiniinee, in hiio:
e ed Don. John It. Moon. ..f Alhemnrle,
who did not stand for ie-cilectiou
Th.- colored military of Richmond
have just gotten Into their stiieriliu
in-w- armory, ihe ;:irt of the ellyi The
event h-- hehig celebrated and a num?
ber of visiting ollleers are here inking
pan in Iii.- !? sth It los.
? ? ?
Mf. H Iii lt.es. Sr. a Well-km.v.i.
drummer, died here to-day; ugcil ..a
D. \. \v. r. Watson, pastoi ..: Spiir
geon Church, who has been ?!lilt< rnlis
pi seil for some time, is now ai.|. t.. be
1 Mrs 11 i? Hillups ami Mr? D. Ilinb
sins, of Wllloiighby avenue, have re?
turned home fr-.m Richmond, Vn
Mrs. Dai ix Taylor, w ho vyils sick lor
Koine lit. ? at 111 r m..tit. i V. Mis. D J
I ult.in'..;. ?16 West Rrai'nbiotiiil avenue,
has returned to her home, corner Park
and Wllloiighby nvenuei
Tin- evening was very favorable and
Me- '.'Harvesting" tit Trinity M 15.
Church last highl was ilnel> a I tended
.eid much enjoyed, 'lie- following ah
tla- names of tin- nArnc-lpunls In tin
programme: Misses Fannie Weaver.
Sophia Pilchard. An:> liannngnn,
i tirrlo Lambert, Lottie Pnrsdns and
Myrtle Wi-nv. ?-. Miss Sound, rs and Mr.
ICurnest. Refreshments wen- plentiful
Mr M Kasoh, who for n number of
y.-.trs kept Die grocery store on tin- Coi;
tierof lit a ml.hi oi. a ml Kol icy avenues,
has tinned his family !?? West Norfolk
t.Untie the Kithie Hu? i t business
Mr N. S. Ilnrton, Die former's i I. 11 .
will carry mi the business In the future,
he! having purchased tin- stuck of :.i
It is a mailer of y.'iirthy serious
and prompt thought and attention that
th.- drainage of Fifth Ward .- poor or|
a number of streets, more: or less so on
almost all. Willoiigliby. recently Im?
proved, can'l y-t clear >.t ihe stench
that liiige.rs along Its sluggish gutters.
Portions of Clay and Clniho.rhe are
Sickening t>. loth sight and olfltctorlei
The wooden glitten?, on tin proved streets
soon .hoax . or gather al hi tits, : .as
to hold noxious matters Dial evaporate
much I.- tin discomfort of hundreds of
residents, not lo mention tin- menace
oi health thus Constantly afforded; The
Local Ron ni of improvemi n't has done
and Is doing tin- li.-st It ran nnd.-r tlie
Circumstances, but with all their vigi?
lance grid attention to tin- condition of
the streets, there is complaint nnd se?
rious prediction with reference t-. Die
lack of a heller syst, m drainage.
Sewerage Is al prescht (lie greatesi need
in the way ..f improVejih tits in liramble
lltonl I lie I'illltiiKteriiig Sleiinice t'oni
Raleigh, N. <'., C t. I" JUdgi Seymour,
,f Newln rn, will hem the libel against
tin- alleged Cuban llllhustorliig steamer
Coriiuiodoi'i in Chamliers at Goldsbbi'o
lo-morrow I-'. A. l.oni. Spanish consul
at Wilmington, on yi ii%'rdii> engaged
George Rouiitrcc as counsel for tie- Span?
ish (loverliineht, and he will ai>pear with
Cuitcd States District Attorney Aycock,
p :.. Russell, of Wllmlngtoti.nnd Messrs,
Willis g: Kulten*, oi New Volk, will up.
liar for tin Commodore. <'ai>t Dillon, of
the Commodore, will go to Gotdsboro to
I mot row iiiui nlng.
HER REASON RETURNED.
A Story Hemiirlinble ?1 It I*
A Btory about I ho return ol n young
lady's reason through un uccldeut.
which would have resulted In dcutli lu
almost any similar case. Is going Hi ?
rounds In this city nt Hio present time
uud wiih t ltd In 11 Virginian mini you
Thit remarkable Btory Is lo llio ef?
fect thai a row nights ago when u
train ovi'i the SonlHMtrd Air I.Jne reach
cd Charlotte. .\. i'. among the passon
cers lu walling were a young lady,
whoso min.! was defective, and h.T
nurse, who wore on their way to an
asylum, win re tlu> young lady Wl s
i" undergo ii.atm.nl. A section III a
sleepoi wuii secured and the pair re?
tired, imt bet?rt they had been lying
in Hielt berths many minutes the nurse
heard 11 noise und looking tilioul saw
b' t imtloiii jump rroht n window .<r
the fni 1 iiinrnthg Iruln.
?x" nlat in was glveii and llie I I'll ill
backed Iii und the mangled c?rlisc or
Ihe young 1.. :> i>ut Instend of tin.
tiny found I,. 1 apparently unhurt am'
hoi !? . restored. It is said sin- at
on,. iocognl7.od hoi nurse for the llrst
Brno in .1 in..mils Tim story Is sum
to he vouched 1.y an ouTcinl of tIn?
Justice A. II lluwkes was able to
lie no yesterday uflor unite a spell of
sickness, resulting from Hie r.nt
Injury to iii right hand.
Mrs. Thonius Kelley, 1 Central
nvonuo. m e.pa 11 led b> i? ;? brother,
Ml'. EUgOlIC II,U.V. |l.,.. ;;?,?. I,, ,)?.
Buff di. Kg} 1.
There nre two .as... i.r diphtheria
on Johnson nvomiv. those of Mi ami
Mrs. Hulls liltl. daughters, Eva ami
Ethel, ihe for mi 1 win sold to he liet^
tor yesterday. The luttci unimproved.
Tin y have u iruined nurse ..1 largo ex
perlei. In this dreadful dtsc?Sc.wnlc.li
ililbtli > ticcdiiills o r in.- fact that
these inn.' girls have survived so well.
Day und night lor ;, week or more they '
haw had UtirolUit t lug attention,
N' :;t TilCsdliy eVehilip the singing
class of St. Andrews chapel win ren?
der He- pretty en ti is tn -The Merry
' 'on 1 any."
Mrs. '/.ei, Barker i'lforglh, Is visit
Im; friends in this town,
Tie- funeral of Mr. r, s Nichols took
place 'yesterday afternoon from his
lot" residence, No Church street.
Rev, KOhCtfl S Oouphllid llltloltHltlg.
Members of HlnckHiiwI; Tribe. No. r.7.
i. 11. 1: -.!.. to which ho 1 eloiiged, at
tended nijd furnished pall bearers, Iii?
torment was ut Klmwoofl.
ATLANTA EXPOSITION NOTES.
One tent ti tllle Knie, 'llie IllU'erept ?
I.ail.t Orailltl/:?t loos.
Atlanta, tilt.. Hot. 17 A i'oni
I mil Ceo of general passenger
I agents who nre hero announced
that a cent ii mile rale will begin to
Atlanta from lh'- ?lilo riser ami polilts
beyond. Among tin- pnSftonger triillle
men hero tfro I<. t:. Edwards, of the
i'. II. and 1?. The committee came to
Investigate tin- charges of extortion, j
Tie. members win report thai ihe
charges an- unfounded und Hint the
exposition is complete. Special ex?
cursions for school children w ill be run
from Cincinnati and points 011 Hie
Th.- Daughters of the American'
RcolOltoh held a meeting in th'- Wo?
man's Building In-tiny. The visiting
clmplci'S Were given 11 reception bj
the Atlanta chapter.
Th. National Woman's Suffrage As
soeitlon held a clihference in Hie Wo
iniins' Building lo-ihiy. ? Addresses
wore mad' by Mrs. Virginia ''lav Clap
Li i: f Alabama: Mrs. Hachniel K?ster
Avcry, Ellen Gardner, Mrs Vlrgtnln I >.
Y..one. of South Carolina: Mrs. Wil?
liam How a id Du Boso. "i O..in.
and Mn Mary McEondon, of Georgia.
The National Woni.ins' Christian
Tent i" i a nee Union threaten to hold
their ininunl convention somewhere
.?Is.- if hull lights at allowed ill At
I la nt a.
Tie National Road
|'o-duj Ex-i 'i"\ ei nor
nioHt WHS elected |,|e
Kulior, of Vn
THE SUGAR BOUNTY
Senator' MniMlernoii Mill Irsnc Ihe
fuse \oveiiiber luih.
Washington, <?< i i" Secretary Car?
lisle hin become vexed at the Inaction of
counsel for tie- sugar claimants, and yes?
terday telegraphed Senator Mandersoii
?!.nt In- would sen.) Comptroller Bowler's
opinion in lie ease I" tin Ox mini Beet
:?? comt>ati> to in. ('idled States
i-..urt of Clulins ie. October 2Sth, unless
lio-set a date when he would appear and
argue before the Secretary' of the Trea
uir> lie ipiestion of jurisdiction of the
Comptroller "i th.- Treasiir:.'
To-.lay Soiiiitoi Slaliderson replied from
Oitiahll, Nein, Unit lie hoped to he In
Washington and argue the fptestloh l?y
November Ifith, and that lie had sent a
jener by Mi Hum. of counsel, explaining
the mat tor. Senator ManderSoii says
h. lias no doubt that Comptroller
tptWlet had ho iurtsdlotlon in tin sugar
bounty case lt> Hsserfu thai lo send th.
Comtitrolh-r't opinion '?? ihe Court of
Claims f"t final decision without the eon
.1 ih.- claimants would I"- unwar?
ranted by law Both points, Mr. Man
ill . -..ii . amends, lire assailable, and hi
will so hold in his argument before Sec?
\ Million Rnltnrn I'oi-ii Itiillronil.
Memphis, Tenii., Del 17.-The Tenn
essen Midland nilhoad, running from
Memphis Kl.', indes to I'eri'yvlllo. Tcriii..
was 'id to-das by the receiver foi
I1.?|(?',">|, the upsel ti:.. The only bid?
der was tie- St l.ouis Trust Company,
holders of tn. firs! mortgage bonds ol
Hint ftmoUnt. There wire 700,000 second
mortgage bonds, hut these wen- compro?
mised with tin- lirst mortgage bondllOld
EDLNT0N. N. C.
Edonton, N ?'.. i u i 17.?(Special.)?
The Elhthton Band has been employed
I" play n i the l-'air und Is practicing
Mr E I. Brlnkloy is having the front
of his store painted.
Dr. W. R. I'apehiitt. president of the
Kall', is in town this week In the inti-r
CSt "! the same.
Mr. Ii 11 l im. Wednesday af
l er noon after social days' illness.
Mi Page was a Mason, cashier of
the Batik of Edcnton, and member of
si Paul's Church, ami was much
llk< d by till who knew him.
t Store is Hive
Following the announcement of last week's special sales
came a steady stream of buyers, and why not ? The New De-1
partment St?re, the largest, but one, in Norfolk, is full of Ne\
Goods. The rent compared with down town rents is almost
nothing. The store, ambitious, determined to force itself K
the front, is taking advantage "I its ability to undersell, is urH%
dersclling only lor cash.
Wilson I'.ios., famous Scarfs for men, Tecks and Lour-in
Hands, choice patterns, 25c; Youth's School Shoos, good ones,
I 1 to 2. 85c; Boys' Sizes, IOc more: Ladies' Shoes, solid leather,
98c; Ladies' Dohgola Dress Shoes, #1.25; Ladies'and Men's!
Shoes, Goodyear Welt, #2.25. These are tiie usual #3 Shoes.'
Custom Shoes, measure work; lit guaranteed, without
extra charge. A saving ol 95c to $1.95 and car fare on every -
Men's White Knit Undershirts, all cotton, soft an
Men's Heavy While Knit Shirts and Drawers, 40 percent,
wool; soft, warm, pearl buttons; Wilson Phos, famous goods
I hese everywhere 75c or more, 49c.
Men's llygenic, non-irritating Shirts and Drawers, heavily
Men's Cashmere Wool Shirts and Drawers, #1.
Childs' l asi Black Seamless, line Hose, all sizes, 10c.
Ladies' Ribbed Vests, taped neck, pearl buttons, 20c each
Fine ones, silk trimmed, 40c each.
Ladies' line White Wool Plain Shirts and Pants, 75c,
these save 25c each.
Staple Apron Check Gingham, 4>?c. Lancaster Dres
Ginghams, 7c; Comforts, good ones, 99c.
354 and 356 Church, Near Queen Street.
Mr. Ahali ii. Martin, clerk '>f Nor?
folk County Court, h-ft lust iiIkIiI
i?u Ni xv Vork city.
Mr. William Kline anil his tx\?. sis?
ters. Misses Clara ami Lizzie, li ft yes
lcrda> morning for Atlanta. Ga.; to
uttehil tin- lOxpnsltlon.
iiu rcEUlni quarterly concert will be
lielil at tla Main Street Christian
A buiiesqui annexation" entertain
! nicht was given lust night nl Wash?
ington Street Hall under the auspices
of the ladles of the Main Street Chris
ELIZABETH CITY, N.C.
Kllzabelli City, N. f.. Oct. it. -
(Special) A small colored Isiy wai
tried before the Mayor this mbrnlg bo
the liirceiiy of a gun. Tin- gun wilt
found, ami delivered tu tin- (owner,
and tin boy committed in Jail in de?
fault of hall;
! Mr W. G Kerrebce, "in- of the inosi
[prominent citizens of Camden eounly,
ami will known in Ellscalieth City,
Tin- "Southern Mocking Bird" gave
a eoiicerl at the Courthouse last night.
I Dr. .lohii It. Griggs yesterday sohl
his jhteresi in tin- lease of tin- Opera
House. Mr. <\ M Overman, the othei
lessee, xxlll retain his Interest hhd
act in conjunction xxlih tin- gentlemen
who iMlllglll nut Dri Griggs.
Miss Louisa Aydelle in "A Trip to
tin- ClreilS." will appear here on
Thursday night of riexl week. The
eompnhy is a large one, and carries
its exvn orchestra. Dress comments In
places wheye they have performed
speak very highly of them. Reserved
seals fot the performances will he on
-ah- at Louis Seiig's jewelry store, be?
ginning Monday The cbmpany de?
serves and xxill undoubtedly have a
Tin- "iliyezy Time" Company ar?
rived '-n tla- 11:30 train from Norfolk,
and xxill appear in the Opera House
tO-nlght in that piece.
'in I'revenl ll.vdrnpliobln.
New York. <ict. it. Charles Andrews
:. years old. of Jackson, Ca.. who was
bitten by a pel do., at his home on Oc
toher itth. was brought to Pasteur In
stltute to take Die preventive treatment
for hydrophobia. The boy has two
Slight xxnillei- nl! his left cheek, but ale
t,..t coiisldi fed serious.
of ingredients is essential in
medicines, else they are apt
to do more harm than good.
is absolutely pure. It can
do no harm. It is effective.
As an external remedy for
pains in the chest, back or
side, it is unequalcd.
la-t no Sullrtlntiou inHure \on lo accept
a tubtlitUI*. ALLCOC K'3 i. jiisoljlcly the bill
Allcock's Corn Shields,
Allcock's Bunion Shields,
llet no equal a. ti tellrf and cute for com?
Biny bo taken by old end young.
They simply assist natura.
Chap. 8.t3--A JOINT RESOLUTION pro
pssinr; an Amendment to tlic Fifth
Section of Article Ter. of the Co ist!?
lution of Virginia, and providing for
publishing said Ante iclment and cer?
tifying the same to the next Genera'
Asse m b Is'.
(Approvc-1 Mareli s. issi.i
' I. Itecolvtd livil.clliiseof IMe^ 1.9:0.1s n'to i
a majnril) ol tin- nu-iiih la od-ted to each of Ilia
iwnli< it--> 11^ < Instil reloj, I?,- ollutvin umu <!?
itn-iil id tli 11 lovltution <l Vlrfe i.hi bo, anl la'v
In rtliy |>r |i -i-l u <l i hv v. t ? ??..?rr.-d to tho.
lii'iii-r.il A.-sctnhlt lo i <? ill- mi nl Hu. next rjea- :
? iul election i,i Siiia'n m : n in. n.l i m uf tlio .
Ko.iMi in li.-i??: u ??- fui Im im c rrciice In c-onfornfj
ity wild im- p oviaioim ?f c lion < n nf mil I?
tw.lve of Ki.l IViuMliutioii, nam I), itrike out
from Ibe C'Oieiilu I.e. nl Virgin u til.- tilth ulau ?
ol art i !i- ten, ?1.1 -Ii In in Ilm In liitv.ug wo J?:
Sec ... 'I he Cionerai Aiseinbly may lety a lax nett
exceotiitiK om- u !.ai |nfi" ai.'iiuiu on ovuty u.nlo .
ciil/on who liai ?Hui ?I tin utfo of iwcuiy-o e
;..ii , w. i.-ii ?lull In pplled ex tin lively in aid ofj
|.mi In frcti cin.ll?: mill u..unlit-, an I cut|>oratloui
?im .-vi |i >? er hi hi,|Mtu.'H i ., i n Inn lax, not ex?
I n-..l;ti.- liity ei III? pi r iinunui, or a I p'irpo C-'. fj
Au.I loset I in Hot de-no; the fuiiowlug!
s?- . ". Ilia i.i in i ii A-r,ii.l.:> tuny I vv ? tar nit
? x. .at.in i> a a l. i per nti uiii on ? very mule
in; i-. Min, hn. nttuiii il Min uae in in* ntt-one ?
reaia, wli ? , Khali be iippheil ? x i.ii-lvely in ai I of
p b ii lej schools; ub i i mi I ion i ml corporation*
alia I i.i.i- puwei lo iinpo*e a cupitttioii in\. not
ruv.-Jin; ,i ty . nis |ti ami,n.i fur all pnr|.o?es;
i .i I lie 0 n ial A ?ein My inn .utpon- lijiun iv.ry
male inhabitant . f ilu Slate b*t..<eii llio u^oi of
ilaiu ii ?ml ?ixiy ytai , tbeihit) o. wotkinif, not
. \ i p i. i n? ? iluy in any one year, up in iho pub*
i * i"A i ? and l.itli'i.o? lliareint?iibjout, I ow.'ver,
lo in Ii . s in;, i ii.? ir.i n.?i ?! duty a? may bj from
im e o tin ii presi-rlbcI lo' law.
'.tttsolvcil, 11.at ilie Clerk of tue Senate or the
Clcik ol llio House of Ivlczattrx, or. If a va ancy
happen oi In tli nl ta it nltlces.llio prea'dlng otlicer
of cither house of tbi-1 ienir.il Asiemb y, 1m- author?
ized and requirol in causa th's propotdl aim nd
.it and il..-.- io<"Inn. ii? in lie p ibibbed In one
newspaper published iu each oi iheettles of the,
Commonwealth having mo o Iban ion tliousmd
inn. Iii'. ni?. i.me a ?eck lor three ion e ntivo
in. ii;li i previoiia to Hie I inia of choosing llie meai
bers of ttic (ieneral Asieiu1 ty at tin- next -.eneral
... i.if .?. ii.iMi5 ami nieinb i of lln. Uousa Of
: . Ito olred, That the Cleric of ibo Senate and
It o Clerk ol tho llnus of IMcJtat?a be repaired to
;i dsiiiI i. the General As'embly to I e chosen u
.ii general e!octiou ?? Senators and mo nl>crs
of Ibe House of Pete a'cs .ir.rt.ii d c:py of saht
p ,.),..? .1 iiiBenilraents ami of these rcso'utiona,
tonet her vr lb the ?-.Tiilleatea of jinblii ullon by tha
I pit), Itbrri ui tin- iii'irv ape.'s in whloh the said
propo id niiieiitlmenl ?iu.ll bavo hem published.
On U K of Cixr.t, or lim?: in- lie.i sii.t ris.
hi iiiioMi, V?., July 25, 1S9S.
'I'in- :.i e: hi, i- a opy of a oiiu resolution pro*
]. sine mi .i.i -n huenl in ilie Allli sccllou of urilcle
ID of ill - Coiislitutioii of Virginia, and proriufntf
I for puoihliiiiK .-aid amendment ami certllying the:
sain.- in tin- next liencra Assembly?which tvaa'
j agrtnd to doling the ?w>io is it ls.i;-lsi| by 9
ui.ij.itily of thi- meinlirrs el. i to 1 in , ncli or tliu ttto,
houses ami so rernrd il.aml which initit lOmluilon'
...: . |> t-e I. the lijvcrnor on March 8th, 18U,
' and I- p.ihlbbe! m a coiiUu.-- ?Uli n pr.itIslott
font um it therein.
.1. IIKI.L 1 KiGKR,
i Irrk ..; House of IVlcgatoi ac l Ki-c cr of tha
lluli of \tiKiula. _JvjiiK!3t \;
*?* "BW ii|i|ilii-niion " Bta. ab?eVaia)
IScuulifiil tiold I'liprr .>c. tu-r piece in.
Paper Haion-r?- l.u Samp1 li.iokj now ready fo
full lr:!f. i rice )s I .Oil. 7
Chas. M. N. Killen, \23J Filbert St. Phlla.,PaV
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