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ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS
The Pelition of The Port Not folk Road for
Use oi Certain Streets.
WHAT "ADS" IN THE VIRGINIAN DO.
Tile Water Street l'nveuioiili? i?? Ji<
itopnircil Sir. Jlnlvey's Thanks*
glving Bull A v.ail l>o;r Kliwl -Tin
Organ Isctit Ion ?>i Tins AHilellc CliiU
Perfected Personal Menllim.
Registration day will be < etolx r
There was a heavy frost yesterday
Mr. Ii P. Knii. Jr., in contlned to
his home I? sickness.
Mr. W illi- Leigh und family moved
to Baltimore lust niuht
Tin- small bo> Is now cruss> over foot?
ball a> he was om r baseball.
Tin- elly employes were all paid yes?
terday r?r the lirst half >.r October.
Mrs. Sarah Heurgo lot I for Philadel?
phia a f< W days a:;.' to visit le t ditllglt
There was a Ian ? crowd .ni the morn?
ing train yesterday which wen1 lo At?
There was a good attendance at Mul
vov's oyster roast last night at I'?rt
Olllcer Wliuiiudger shot a mail dog
ve.-t-.-i da v morning in frotit of the S< a
.Mr. Sykes, i nglneer of tin- sewerage,
saya (hut tin- pipes, etc., will be test. .;
by early spi luv.
There will i'.- service in Trinity
Church this afternoon at 4 1'. Mi, be
lug St. Luke's duy.
Mi'. T. .1. AiideiHoii, Kcncrui pussengoi'
a;..-ut oi the Seaboard Air Line* will re?
turn from Atlanta trt-day.
Tin- pavi iiiem nc?r the ferry will be
llxc.d to-ilny by tie-city uuil the. owners
will be made to pay for! I In-t ame.
The Pythian iii\ isimi left yesterday
afternoon On an excursion to Suffolk.
The.\ carried three coaches full.
jriien was hut tun eases in the
Mayor's ? eint yesterday. They paid
Ihe usual tun s und were dismissed
The ?itiesnoii of whel'e ti.. Texas will
go, or whetlier she will be docked at
all. Is v. hat N being oOiisldei'd now.
Tin- Portsmouth Athletic Association
Ic h! unother meeting Wodnosdn> night
and perfected tin- organization of the
Mr. 13. M. Tilleyi a member of Hie
Hoard ol Supervisors of Norfolk county,
left yesterday for Atlanta, <".a. to visit
III I'.X pl'Sil !? ill *
Tie- charier of the Cottage llolne
Company, formed t'? build houses mi
Prtntls, Place Went i"i record In Hie
County Clerk's blllou v.-sterda--.
Tin- Street Committee will hold an
Inipot'tuni meeting lo-nlght to dlseiis
the condition of tin siro< ts and in liiliki
some ImprovbmehtK in the condition oi
Mi- Samuel Hope, a foVmed resldeiii
fit lliis i itv. luit tmw liv ing lu South?
west Virginia, is in thO'City visiting his
old friends: Sam looks as animal us
Dcmpsey Thompson (colored) has
notified Mr A. II. Mai tin. Clerk of the
Countj Ciiiii.t, "i hi.-s intention to riiii
as a candidate for the Legislature
lrohi Noi 'oil. count>.
It Is said that tin- managers of He
Port si mm l h l as. hull team will sign ;?
catcher uau? .i inlliiji. who played
last season with Hi.' Pull Itlver l.VeW
England I Club Koltlns has an ex
u Heut rei mat inn.
Attention i- called to the add m
Lj l: Watts, general counsel f..i S A.
L. Iii which usks for hi'ls for
purohasIiiM the damaged eottoii on
corte r of iSlusgow and Water streets,
which was in tin- recht lue.
Mr M .1 Mulvey has decided lo glv.
a iirniul Thanksgiving ball mi the 27th
of Nov niheli at Hirtel Veinon, TICketi
will be sold i i fi admitting lad> utid
gentleman to tin- hr.ll and supper both.
He has commenced to sell them a I read >
Only a limited number will he sold.
Mr. Coleuuiii, mo- , t the directors of
the West Norfolk and Port Norfolk
drawbridge, says that In- lidvc'rllseil in
Tie- Virginian oxclusivel> for a keeper
for thai bridge, and received as many
unSwers. if not mure, than there are
planks in Hie bridge. He thinks that
jlrtliteis ink v. ill do Its work, especially
if insert* ?! In Tili' Vi ruin in n.
The Stlreot Coiiiinittee will consider
tile iipidU'iili.f Mi Mas..a. iimnagoi
of the Port Norfolk railroad, for h^Ih
of way down certain streets Over which
he prop.is. s running an electric i-oiidi
A large petition which has been sighed
by residents mi tin- t..iit.- met which
he wants to run: will be presented to the
committee, mid by them will be carried
to the Council
v .i Vi . iii. in ii, n sii..?Ii 4 mi,i.
Wediiekdaj hf'teri.it Mi. Charles IT
Uland's little IK-months-ohi -on hud his
shouldei broken uhdi i- pet ulinr . Ircniii
stances, n seems thai the1 litt!.- one
was with tie- liurse: win. started in
bis gat-, at his residence, with (he child
on her arm. and how Hie accident <>??.
ourred is as yet a mystery, us the
nurse stoutly denies knowing anything
aboul it until ii,.- mtl.- fellow began to
scream Drs Run nnd Himlcwald were
Slopped It) \ eg roc.
Wodncsdiiy night a young man w in.
K.s in Purk Vi.iv. while returning
hoim. his bicycle, was stopped near
the cemetery by two negro men. bill
before tin y had an opportunity to let
him know what they wanted "he lode
i ll at lull speed, loin inj: tin- men behitid
Tlie I'rctciii ?.en,
Uvea at Iclegfuphl. speed eats mo rasi
retires loo late, dues not rise betimes
smokes mid la hi . that we should Itnvi l?
say It!) Cebwi . um, l, lohnteo The
* V"S.'Mices are dyspepsia, n general
absence ol that lohusl and mann vlgoi
wiacii cluiraeterlzcd om aneesiors' and a
innnires.l proticm is to earlj deefty. ite.-n
lar hours, a du. allowance of time foi
"" fl ? (he illsiis. . xeesslve smoking
and allot:.-I lie. of idiewlns lobiieco iii
I'onnecllon with.n-<. of Hosteller's
St.linn, a Hitters, will lit nun- eHses Om
ol ten eita.OIISei|ll< tu es ,,| ||?. nb,|S<.tt
ot tin laws i.f health Indicated ntioVe
want in stamina, dyspepsia, neryoushi-ss
ami biliousness are iininiig I lies.mse.
Illieiices, ami lltev nr.- hOllllv ills t.. (he
removnl ol which tin- Itltters Is spcclalP
adapted, N'.-: Is the Hitters l.-'s lilt..; i,,
pyereome and preveiii fever and ague
k|dney and bladder troubles ami rheu?
matic allm/'ii is. Ii is also a iitie up.
potlzer ami promoter m cotivalesrence.
D. \". Onsklns, Punernl Director und
Embalmer, CIO Middle street, Potts
Jnouth, \'a Itesldence, S09 Court street.
\ Compliment in Crimes' llnttcry.
Tilt- Star, of Covintiton. Odo of Oclo
bet lathi contuliiH iirrn following compli
Hiontary m>ih e:
I ? Hl MKS' FAMOUS BATI i.KV.
'l ie- survivors of Grimes. Pumoua
Buttery are coming '" Atlanta. They
v. HI arrive at 12 o'clock in . "ii Monday
next. thc2Isl 1 f October. <'<'l">nel H. \V.
Hag by, nf CovlngtOn. has been spccta'.
l> invited to meet tin- \r.tattnians on
titelt arrival. uimI to brine all members
of tie- Third Cleorglti Boirlmcdit, as wi II
as the veterans of other comtnttlids, f< r
the purpose of giving lbom a proper
reception, und ha v. a reunion and jolly
good time generally with then old
I., t every old soldier co ih.il can.
Grimes' Battery was from Portsmouth.
Vu.. anil was closely connected with
the Third Georgia Ueglmenl during the
entire wiir, and no command did more
vuljuiil servicu for the Con federn Ic
cause than it.
The Star welcomes them to Georgia
and tlf great IC.\|H>sltloh. In tidvunci
of 1 heir coining, mid trusts their stay
ai tin- Kxpositlnn win ho |M)th pleasant
and prolltuble to (hem. as well 11s to
> a< b and ?v ery Virginian thai comes
Mr. I inn by will carry tin a hit re dele?
gation of old Confederates I'roin Iltis
section to meet the gallant Virginians
oil ihell arrival in Atlanta, and w ill irlvo
them a In oriy welcome. Lei everyone j
go (hat can.
Washington, i:t 17. The following
naval orders have been Issued:: Com
uiiindei <;. A. Converse to dtilv as In?
spector of torpedo ho.u-. ..1 (he llerre
(hoff diiphullding works. Bristol, I: 1
Bleut, s. w . o.i 10 .lau m connection
with those torpedo bouts.
A committee ..t pi.tent men from
New London had ae Interview with S-??!??
:..'v Herbert lo-diii aliodl a |iro|Hisitloii
to establish natal > x|.. rllm-nial station
and scliool of engineering ;,t that plairo;
The eommitl.uslsteu ..f 1111 vor Janus
IV Johnston ex-Mayor Hoorgc I' Tclikevl
I'm Sidl 1:1 Klishll I I 1 A Bull, i.l till
Hoard of Triu'e, I'osttuasier II K Mahuii,
California Alih-rtoan Darrow and others,
and they urged upon Mr. Herbert tin ad?
vantages; 01 N.w London tor shell an ln
stltiilion, A di-op harbor and unused
billldliigs belonging to tie iloverument
W.''ro two .-; reason- a.Ivan...I to
show 1 hal New l/opt-on was sultulih
I ... td. .1 .a ? labil Hin;; the stiitlon 01 nr.
nuted with Passed AsvlUun Kngiiit 01 I-'
C. .Beige: V N M t' 1 !? b:- .1. Il\. 1. ?: .,:,
Interesting pnpei otV the Subject before
ih. Society >.i Naval Bngluccts.
The Vliilet.e Issoctnl ion.
At a meotillg 01 tie AI hi. lie Ass..
eintIon, hold Wednesday night, Mr.
?Silencer Carter was elected Ctipttiin,
am1 Messrs (SPorgo Piirrlsh and Wash
I'h.ininlltee uppoliited to select
II site f..r a building reported progresH.
There are how seventy-four members
if ih.- nssoohitlnn. und plenty of lliio
material for football and huso-ball
players, mid crows for race boats. It
Is expected that the association will be
Wi !l i'stitbllsh I liotoro spring, and
good sport may bo expected.
Medico 11I Kitliililji School Olllei 1 ..
Ai ih.- annual meeting of Monumental
M. i: Sunday School, held Wednesday
??veiling, tit.- following ..tile rs were elect
.1 tei ti.lisiiitig year: Assistant
?ajpcriolcnilcnl, John A I leans: Secre?
tary. C, Auliro.t BOaiie Assistant Hooro
ary. .1 \rilitir Itrlttliwhatu: Treasurer.
Kmmcli I Jeans: 1.11 n 111 In 11. John Adams:
Organist, T V Hiiltliighiiih: Pianist.
\liss l.ella it. Scott: Miisfoal Dilrootor,
John II. Hell
John II Hall was recouunended to the
fourth iiUnrterl> conference foi the posi?
tion of superintendent,
The retiring treasurer. M. H.A.ii. Scott,
in, unite 111 loi s.-veii years>. declined ;i
I.ail.t Hunting Mitri'iuge.
There Wait a lufgi ittteiidiuioo present
it Central M. 10. Cliurch yesterday
illuming at 7:;:.dock to witmss the
nurrlage of Mr. Win W. Hodges, a
uroeerj inorolmnt. who keeps a store oh
1 lie cornel of < '.reeti and Ciltisgdtt si fe< ts.
io MISS JeSSie I.eWis. Of Bitrk \'i"W.
I'h.rohioity was performed hy Bov.
Mr. Kdwards, after which tiny were
Irivoit !?? Niirfolk. where (hoy tool; ihe
Norfolk ami Carolina train for Atlanta
via the Coast Line.
? hieben Thiel shot 1.
Wednesday night about lOo'clock Mr
John McCnrrisi, who live.; in Mr Bar
ki it's house on Washington street, 'mat.;
some oiie in his yard all. t his chit k
. ns He got his gun und went out int..
the yard As be did so a man dropped
.1 number of chickens and tied. Ml.
('arris llred two shots at him. I..it can?
not hi! with whin effect. The chick?
ens were walidding all ai'oiiud the > .11.1
; 11 Ibly fi iglitem d.
'I'lie Slraiiacr Luid ?iniellj lo Itesl.
Vest.i.la\ tifterhodn a nuhfj funeral
Was coiidficted over (In siranger, IS. M.
Ileali, Mom lie- residence of Deputy
Sheriff Slvorson, The usual services
w.ie read by Bov. Mr. Piinsteli. lifter
which the reiiutlns woi'e carried to (,iak
? '.rove Ccmoicry and there i|iilotly laid
t.. resi in a lot provided for strangers.
Nearly everyone .Is a good tonic at
this season. Hood :. Siirgaparllla is the
true tonic ami blood ptirlflcr.
I're p.--. re.
to 1.0 pleased. Never have belief
goods been shown Never have great?
er varieties been offered. Novel hnvo
prices 1.11 so low There is no room
foi Improveiheni in the bargains wti
Offer in Moll and Hoys' Clothlltp
1 mi stock is now complete, and Iii be
snttslled you should give us a trial.
LEVY ,v .IAO ms.
200 High street
( lion'I ? ore 11 Knp
about competition on Suits and ?ver
itints; I've botighi hundreds of Ihein,
and I d m'l buy one to keep either.
IIa.vie going at $*? to $17.00. When
\on sc.- th 'tu you'll marvel at the value
in cat It price
Men's. Youiiis" ami Children's Poll
Suits ready lot your inspection. < -1? t
ivindow display will give yOii an Idea
ot low plii es M Hi ISF.NHAUM.
in. ami us iiic.ii St . Portsmouth,
lit i ri onls.
We have them. All stylo: No old
sto.k here. Fresh, ncty goods, just
opened: Olve us a trial We can Bave
you money, tli-tidquhrtcfs for line tnilor
ine Suit mad.- to measure. SI.", ami up.
Money refunded If ?omls ate not satis?
ACM10 CLOTniNO UOUSK,
323 High street.
Opposite Ocean House.
John A M irrla, Managet
?lit nun I Meeting; <>i the V.M.?*. \.
The iiiiiuiuI meeting of the Y M. C A.
uns In l<l Ins; night in the association
k.. uns The moot hit; wait culled to ?tiler
by tho president, Ii. II. Barrett, uftor
which Ic? \ T. MrN. Simpson Invoked
the blessing bf the illvlno gran.
Tlte minutes of ihe lasi meeting were
read ami approved.
The iiresUb'iil made tew remarks,
giving a brief history of He- i?ast year's
work, showing ihe amount of work done
The general secretary submitted his
report. In which the reports of all Ihe
committees were consolidated, which
mode it iptlte lengthy. It.-low will he
four.i a few extracts from tie report:
'Ihe reiiort states that the work of
the f n viMli.tton Committee wns very
much haht|K'red at tin beginning if
the pusl year for want of funds to pay
for invitations, etc. Unter collections
ten taken tip at the Sunday meetings
ami by this means tin- commlltci was
enabled to continue us work. I >?
thought that too much importune, i on; i
not i.e place?! oil the sending of Invltn
| Hons out i. alien.i the meetings.
'lie- committee reported 'in- atten?
dance during tin- year large. The total
nilmher was J.'. 711. an nvorag't dully
I attendant.f to.
Th.. Siek Committee reported hnvlnj
made IWi visits to tin- sick during tin
Tin- Li bra ry Committee reported thai
tin- library was now better supplied
IVltit I.ks than ? vor l>. f.ne. 'I hey
have on hard magazines, weeklies,
dailies and religious papers. Tho num?
ber Of dailies is very large "a ml are from
all over ihe Stale, as Well as Some of ,
the Northern papers and papers Out?
side tho State
The liellglous Committee reported t>
services In-Ill during tin- year, with an
avi rug.- of r.y in atteiidnnee.
The Lanes' Auxiliary, which has Iii ? u
of so iniich Service to the Assm ial lot..
was not forgotten and was kindly
spoken of m words oi praise, tor tin
valuable uFsltituoc ??. tin- association.
Tlt?. report <jlos0?l by returning thank
I.. Ha- clergy or tin- two cities lor the
efforts mad.- in behalf of tin- Associa?
tion and to Ihe press the two cities
for Ihe numerous courtesies extend! .
!-? th-- Association.
Tin- treasurer staled that he was
unable to make a full report as yet. as
there was some unpaid subscriptions
j which they hop.--1 in get". Amount re
e. ivod from ail sources, $2.16'.'. hll^of
which had been expended, leaving a
dellcieucy Of about $200. No action was
'.Hu I- e minified ti <.imlttee
on hi niir.at Otis, w nor ti.. I and i : light
, in tin- following naines ?s oltleers ol liie
I While thecomniltici was out the presi?
dent Introduced Mr. I.. A. (.'tilttier, iIn?
state secreiiiry, w ho mad- a short talk
--n V. M. ?'. a. vvork.
At tin- conclusion ??!' his remarks the
eot.itniiiee oil I um i i I la I ions came in ano
ropoitoil the following names as otllcers:
President. Khlor Lush: i-Trtrt VlcC-Presi
I. in. K. N. Wllcox; Seeoiul Vn .-l'r- si
deiit, W. a. PeniresH; Third Vled-Presi
dent, N, P. Richardson: Treasurer; I..
?'. Phillips; Recording Secretary, W t:
im..t..is It, II Barrett, P, ?' As
s. i son. I. I: W atts and .1 U Bnr
A vot.- lieing taken they were uhntt
imousiy eleeti d.
I The following ..hi bonrd heid over:
w il. Pah less. F 1> CHI, a. I'. Cuth
r-11. S P. Wlggl Janu s T Horum, I..
II, I'avi -. A. Ii. Butt.
Tin association llieu udjoiiriied
Th-- Ladies' Auxllliii'.v presented an
amusing riinj-e, nfi?ii which rofroslt
tm ut s were sei veil,
We lion'i Wiuil i lie I'arlli.
Itut would I?! satisfied with a small
pari of it We don't want t.. sell all
ihe Clothing, but would appreciate a
share .it your patronage Wo promise
io give you as good value for your
money. It' n.it better, than you'll gei
iiiv\v'h?!iv else Our stock is the large t
|n the city ami Prices th.- Lowest \Ve
[ have M it's Suits ranging in price from
to .".a pel suit, Boys' Suits. sWs
? Inn's Suits, ' lo 111. I rotn Sl.fiO to $fi :.(.
l-i to 20. from -*t "i0 io 5i? pet- suit; chll
;. r ->iit These i.is are all substan?
tially tiia b-ami cut in th.- latest styles.
We are also sole nKent's for tin- eel...
hratei! Sw.- t. "'ii .v Co Overalls and
Trdiisersi Every pair wnr'rented noi
BRESLACER .\ ANTONY
111 I tu:': stiel t.
Second ih.or fmm Crawford
?II lln- too.coo i', i-xiuis
W in. have lately visited Porl Norfolk
tu?' general opinion Is that Ii is the most
de.-liable slti lot homes ami I..:- Invest -
nn nts on Norfolk harbor, ami since the
c<iuliiinent of ihe electrlc_railway it is
eligible t-i tin- business men .-i ihe three
Cities, Pure air end water, large lots,
low prices, low ia>:.s. cheap llvllig,
s. m is. - hurt la-S and all modern ailvitll
lages. v. itli lln- certainty of rapidly in
creasing values, due lb gem ral develop
iiiettt an-1 ihe location of th.- Southern
railway terminus In vicinity. Vestl
bille el.eirie <ais each way every half
[hour. Call "ii M- W Mason, Columbia
building. Norfolk, Vn.
A hi;; reduction --n carpets, refrigera?
tors, canopies, and oil cloth for the next
thirty days. Buy now and save money,
tit J. S. i 'law ford's.
II .1 ill III 111's Itig lllirgllill Sale X??M
lioitig On Should Xni lie MInnoiI.
I nine I u-illll .
All buy I tip .should he done as early as
possible These prices arc entirely for
. ash 320 High street.
l inbrellas ami Mackintoshes at h.w
-St prices ch.ts t: Welton & Co Besl
$1 I'ilibrella on earth.
Ilair-I'riee Kaleal i mulcin-oi ie?..
From io until 12 o'clock for tin- re
mallldei of Ibis W'oek our entire line oi
embroideries at half pried
Special pines on all remnants PJ'.-i
hose, three pairs for 2Rc
A .1 PHILLIPS,
Under Oxford Hall.
202 ami "01 High Street.
?alien Baby WAS tick, we gnvc ln-r fa-torta.
VYlirn sin- whs a Child, sin- cried for i 'Astoria,
When she L.-.-nun- Miss, she clung to Cu :. -;i.u
When the hud Cuildrcr.. slu- gat ethem Cu.itoi ia
GREAT TROTTING FEAT
The Record For The State Smashed by Ley
burn at The Suffolk Fair Yesterday.
PASSED UNDER THE WIRE IN 2:i 7 1-4.
V i.Ii ?-;:<' I tiiM o :> ?-<-<? ol t'oople Sum lilt"
i.khi i: v lui.i t ino I'ytliiiiu
Ititvuinr tlill Coim (Jrilllit's ('until.
ilitfj Uytiicitittl Will Have No ?D|i
position i iiiiri Hollers.
Suffolk. \'.t . Odt. IT. -(Special I In
the presence of ubout ::..'?'"' spectators
llf trotting record fOI' Hi. Slat.- of
Virginia was yesterday afternoon
smushcNi. on the race course of Ihe
Suffolk Pair ami Agricultural Ass...
liOII, which is HOW engaged in tt.
foiirili annual celebration. This foal
was performed l>\ CttIhfrIne Leyburn,
Samuel Walton, Pall Mill-. Va.. wui
with compnrntie ease passed omlci flie
wire titul?l ihe combined I'heers ?l Ih?
assembled throng in .M7 l-?. tliorol
lowering; Mi.- Stale re.?I by I - I sec?
onds Th. 11 rev tons record L'tl'.i was
i!':..;.- dm ine Hi. present yen at tin
Itichutohd Pair.. It is with pride (hat
tin- members of tin- 1t8iu.1el1it.loil fei i
I.. tb.ii- track as being the fastest in
Hie State and tb. y feel klh'uly Inward
Mr. Walton, the horse's owiier.
Yesterday's attendance was ib.- I a re
..-t which - tii st;tt. a race ovel ih.li
course, und the tvlttii'ssltip Ihe j'ec
ofd smash, i - trot uioiio was worth tin
lirli.i admission Inning the .soil?
ing period tin- it rand stand was packed
to its capacity, .?ml long lines ill
spectators hugged tin- fence iiIoiijj ti"
?lUiirler stretches, LtuHj'S w< re it ? I
repfi'seuti'd. ami eoiii?ly nuiirons uiiil
pretty miss.'s cheered thi wlnhept
tvilli ei|tial ardor ol tin- iheii. milnj ol
ivliom hild Staked fund suiiif "U Ihi
results. Aside frOm l>yluini's per?
formance tin fnluwiiiR were tin evi nts
Two-twenty iitul 2:22 pace. mil. hoittri
best three in live. fi\r U put ?<? ??' ' ?????
Starters: Wilbbokii. Snhiuel Walt. ..
Palls Mill-. Vu.: i" luce <: . Josiph
Statoii] Ite unir.mi. V.l.: Wulte'r
lirhke. Lawrence \- Atkinson. Suffolk.
Vu . Julian Mav. M II White. H. it
ford, N '': Alleiidore. John Marin-!.
Norfolk. Va 'I'b" race was won i.t
Alleiidore (put . i > tliree ? linlght
b.ats Tbl.- contest was of great in
tciV'st, :'i"l tin uVeriige linn's c input'.
fatoial.lt with tiny nutde in the Slat
tlii: vpar. I l- ie uro tie scprOf
Wllbooku . ?' '? ;;
I'rlneo i;. '? - '?'
\\ alter I Irak.? . t <
Julian. Mat .2 i i
Allomloio . I 1 1
Tim.s: 1-'.. ^ 1-4. ami 1! "I 1-4
Monet Positions Mlondore, |ltsi
Prince <". . see. ml. .1 lllltlll Ma y Hill
The 2:40 class, lest :: in for a ?.?<"
.>. . was h-oalleil heotnis* some ???
lb" horses tvel. not in condition, und :.
2:2? .lass substituted Starters Jacl
I.in as. .1. II I'awiinii Philadelphia. 1'..
Anno- Law.n. .-'-. Walton; ItOd'lj ? '!e
M. II Whit.-. 11. rtfoi'd. N. i.'.. Liny
Asl l.v. Joseph si.'ton. lilchutond, V'il .
Annie l.ii wson look tlrst money i:.
? in..- straight! Herl are ihw H Hulls:
Jack I.inas . I : 3
Annie La wson . 1 I i
Hi dd> i hit . :: I i
Tim. : 2:2.".. 2:27 l-l. ami 2:27!
Money positions -Antili Luwsou, first
Liny Asllby. secotnl. Jack Lucas. Ihinl:
it. .bit Clay, ffllii til.
The record breaking was ibki l.-i
event and for tlui* th.- track wt'i.
dragged mid levi Ih-d ? 'atboujib I.
burn when she lowered the Stithy reeoi I
was accompanied I.t a running mat.
?MIL I-VTIHAN HA/.A A It -In th.lt
m w building, tie Interior gsi.vl.x d-.
Jtod with rational lings and divided
int.. fancy booths lined mid ndorucii
with ted. pink, whit'- and blue mal.
rials, tin lady nui nn ??? is have in full
.way tl.o Pythian lutituur Crowds ?:
Visitors Hock Her. for refreshments.
nit th.- most congenial IT"<|iicntors are
th. Pythian.s flu ..i elt es, I icai a;
visiting. Atlnittlc Idvisloti, Xo i. ..:
Portsmouth, i: liiorii largely representi ?:
than any i>lhor. but Knights ii nil
the Norfolk. Poft;?mouth and llerki .
dr. IS.- In, \ : I.-.o t tend. .1 A sw ..: ;
pistol and other ttlili h;S iiro !?? iug t.
away to the most popular nu mbers.
SOIVIMIAMP'ION S PHI ITIi'AI. til
Pi LS'KN TS .Mr. Hill Tom, itrilh..
I.wliose r.'iiniljuf coghoinoii i- "th.- i?.:.;
eagle of Souihiiniplon, has iii. d a n -
: Hi ?? wilii lie- t'ierk of So.itlutmpton
I'ouiity niiiiouncilig liii; p.indhlacy t.
IVpi'CSHtilt that county In tie next l!eh
oral Ass. tni.lt . Mi i'.rltlln has i.e.;.
Ideutllled witii the Pot.ulislli' element
i' h KOllie years past, and it i: now said
that he is also allied with the sd-oull. .
"honest election" niov.'tlieiil Mr. .1 i
I'.Mke:. a blight toun. attorm-y, if
Pfnilkiiiii is tin- I lemooratic noinihei',
it nil if his popularity can be taken .. ?
t test his i'lectiiut ..\.-r Mi (liililis i.
: Ine.SI as -ui I .1
MAitllll'in IN f.ATKSVlLLK. N i
Mr. i : It Itoberts. of the tit in of ltrt.ily
v i:..h. us i'i ucgisTs. was Wodneitv
?lay mariied i<i Miss .tun: - K. t.'owpel
in :-i. Mnry'8 t'hiirch. thil.svlllo, V i\.
At tin- conclusion Mi and Mrs. Hoi.
? its i.-ft for th-- Atlanta Kxpnsllloll,
tie- '.tuiti from which tie y t. ill fesiih
Tiilltl) I'AY Cl P.i TIT POP KT. -
I'irclili Court. Jit.h:> Proiiil preshllni,,
v. .is in session for a sliori inn.- ycstei
day. and ti vet i ham. it iloeH'OS were
etil..teil, making a tol.il of : : ihm. i ,?
at this t. rm Tin- jury in the ejectment
? as.. \\ H Prutlell VS. Vcrnoii Pr?den
.itnl lifhols, whh.li was cntlinioil fit.in
w. dn. sdat. returned u verdict in favor
of t In- d. l.-ichints
PHPLIMIN AH Y IH.ALIN'i; r,,
DAY l.oiinle Taylor, who now in
custoily charged with attacking and
beiitiiig liiti* Insensibility (.Iceloti > II
\'i with intent io roit, will have a pro.
Illiiinnrt hearing lo-da> b.'fiire Justice
i: H Maker .in Suftplk Tie a. i tit ? d
?-tin protests his Inn", . ii. und says lie
cn n Pr'ive ah. allhl,
COMINI! KVKNT Cards arc Du I for
th.- marriage of Mr. .1 P lialtoti to \llSs
a.-n Winborite. both <?: Suffolk .which
coreinony will bo neiformed on Wed
n. day. i lot ober 30th. Miss Wlnbortie
is the dnttghter of Mr A .1 Wlnbofiio.
West Kilbi? street, Mr, Dali oil jit an at
tactic of tin Seaboard Ait Line's Suffolk
Some gentlemen from Itiiltlmorc who
attended ihe fair yosterdny were no
llccabhi from tin- Hursl badges worn
Th.- members of Welcome Lode. \..
BO. K. of P. nr.- requested !?> assemble
at 7:30 o'clock ibis evening and partnki
of free supp. i- at the bil7.S ' ?
Let II i' Moore, after a three yenars'
pastorate or tin- Suffolk Prosbyterlaii
[Church, has resigned hi- position.
Notice to Portsmouth Taxpayers.
Tax t.....1,. fpr 1 v. ta\>-< arc now
really, ami tin i'oltcctoi' I? ready t.I
lool (h?. sunn |ij paying lids lax oil or
berori' IIa ? I ???? i.iui Mm will nave llio
usual iHiia . . i iii it will be a.lib .I after
thai -lal. || \ Hl Ti HINS.
ocl2-l0i i-itv Colh-elor.
Wo are stilt doing business at the old
Bland ami BollCIl your orders for COAl,
The E. C. Brooks Comp'y.
WOOD AM) COAL.
Ami whin- !?? I>li> It; Is n ipicstlon i?t
Koine consideration I liave tin- beat that
Cull I?' ha.l Steve lull Nut iroal. illCii
ami clouII, it .?? ? per Ion 1'iv Sheltered
l-'lrm Wootl AI 11 , .' i nil u oodi
Cull \vetg !ii ami . : na i nub eil.
II. n. \\ ii kins. \ ? .. i . i. i, ? n.. i.
Portsmouth, Vn. i In m Hi ici'iNlih
W. O. NASH'S,
229 HIGH ST.
You will lillll Hi' I i: 'ill. t .,.
. ii slock ol Capes ami ? 'leatin l?
found in ihe T?in i
Klemmt Heiivci a ml Kersc> Coats lot
? ?si cm. u! It Astrachan. lUnn I. . I>..i
guntiki. Kreuch i.'loih Cmil ilnuutlesi
rroin .<??; io IHi.ft? I'.lcminl Seal I'hlsh
?-,iICilged won ,il ??? h. av.'l' if ? >iii
SO.Ml io $v7.'- Kleclrli Si-iil. i'auaiiii Seal,
Wool Soiil, ItciiVi i unit v iinu hau i'imi s
ui all prices. Itciiiillfnl all .vool Dress
ilooils ill L'l'O. ami n". till eriulcil lllal
?stylen In bluoU; ami ? ? i ??
Von will al!.n (hui all lie ? .eon'
Cloaks on special ? .! eonlm-i ami you
ciin gei sutne koimI calin ?> cluap.
KKM KM r.Kt: at
W. C. NASH'S.
Now Open for Winter Boarders j
SPKCIAI, ItATiiS CIIVKX UNTIL man
Tlic restaurant will be Open all tin
? uii with everything In season We will
rini Kirtcllv I.YNNi IA VF.N OVSTIlltS
in all styles, Special attention i:Iv ? ii i "
i .\ S'I'KIt SUPPP.KS rbr parties
UaXCIXH for tie- public fever:
NIOIIT, except Saturday. Electric rai
run to the iloor evot-y half iiour iiiull
It::>? p in
DANCING three nichts in tin week
Monday, W dutsdnj ami Prlday
"I'll, pavilion Is iniw enclosed. Private
iitirth'S i an i iu;at;.' tin ? ami- on TU'r.s
lavs ami Thursday*. Apply io tin iin
M .1 Ml.'l.VEV, Proprietor.
Reco':!c:l:o:is of the War
I Ztotl Istlti to ISII5,
by JO'iin' n LEWIS caii tie bought ?.r
ii iriiAV it '. win. is agent for Ports?
mouth, N.irfoik ami suroutiillUK country.
Di l,,-, tr, i - i lie w ill call mi vim
..? ?;. ? JOHN II LK\\ is
1,VJ|| SAI.K ON ACCOUNT OK WHOM
J IT MAA CONCKItN I. a It'll 15
AMOUNT OV COTTON DAMAUKI) IN
Tlil'J LATH Clin: Souted bids lor Hi"
purchase oi llit> cotton duhuigcd by llu
liiio III''- ul III" Si'llboiU'll Ali I.luv Ware?
house ?i'.'* In ri.nsiiu.nl h. \a, will ill"
received by llu? imdcrslK.I ' until li!
o'clock n.I. Tt'l'JSOAY, October 23d,
is: '., iti.ls will I." i.iv.it lor Ho- entire i
lot oi coll.tow pit Ho- vacant tot. vor? j
her 6f ;ClusgOM' amI Wat. i streets, I'orts
ItlOlltll, Vll The .oiloii w|l| In., at tin
it l. ot tint piiii.iiUHi-i' twenty-four boura
utter noil. .' Hint his I.hi is accepted.
The ilv:hi is reserved to reject any ami
I, ICC! 11 It WATTS.
? oin tal Counsel, Union ljc|>OI,
OOlX-toll! I'oil in-nub. Va.
Specials for To-day.
I'Tni Coined Salmon, tili-, per ikIuiiiI:
tin.- larne Queen Olives, *.' f*\ per ipiail:
II . pound packages li-i-pared Kuck
wheat, I2tjic.; lino Table Conches, i?c
per end. We have some very line C6rn
? ?i K|iot! and Mullets Try them. I'm.
Dried l-icS. Hie per pound or three pounds
for ... Iion'i full io try our Criickod
i train .la\.i Coffee It Is Uli? only Etc.
? ? \V 11 r I ii iiNS .v. CO.
5.000 Accident Insurance.
?. i a ^ 11A t:.
s?:t.noo. .?fl|. a tin > . 8 I...O a tl oil III.
V i Iii-cd ii i'. i Ilia 11. litly IM hol
ti-avol w Itholli Ii
JOHN !. WATSON.
At Portsmouth, Va.
Mill fully iiiulpped with Saw Mill.
Khisigli Ma. hin. . Ii.iiii rs ami all Mil?
ch iu-rj nooossury to oporute a llrsl
cIush Hlbhod HIiIiikIo oi- Box Kadtory1.
Will ?? il Saw Mill ami Shingle Mit
chlnciy separately, bo moved, or will
Ii till iiiuchlucr) with tbo mill build
11 nod party ran buy tbo mill building
ami iiiiiehih'tr> with long lease on I ho
laud, "i v..ll sell land with the building.
This machinery is as gootl us new.
.iii.I will I... sold at hall its value on
reasonable terms. Hum ninny ndvan
lUK that cannot bo explained here.
[ Writ., lor lull Information.
John 3L. Watson,
QUILTS, W HITE Q.
QUILTS. QUILTS. QUILTS.
A lane lot .lived to-day. Notice, the
plK'c.4: Quilts Will th. II ul 7.r.e.. Quills
I worth ji.sriat:i Quilts, worth ii,u>at $l.-?;
'..nil- Worth >! at ll.tKi. All lie nhovo
largo sixes. Ctjil an.I examine ipiickly.
?; Ki > s hi :i .i.. .' ?'. m.
No. Ulf. Illch street.
rillt SAI.i: A h::hl. top delivery WllgOII
almost in vv: will he s.,1.1 eh. an Owner
bus i... i-? for ii Apply corner Cook
and <!l:isi;ow streets; oclfi-lw
It Does Not Follow
ii "ii caili Hull when you go a-flahlng.
You miisi go where the ilsh are aiaJ 1?j
l?i ?? I with the right kltnl of tuekle.
\fi dotihl you know lie.' liest Hailing place
in ilils section a nil you also know that
tin liest place in I'ortsoioutli to buy Ilsh
Ing tackle i; los High sire! Our stork
cnibraei i nbsolutelj everything In the
llshliiit wav from
POLKS \MI mi& LINES
< hit Leaders specially tied
lor rock and Iroul fishing.
GUNS AMD SPORTING
I I. WHITE'S SPORTING HOUSE.
h ; ii!<:n s'. . >i. rsM-rti. va.
I ALL AND W INTER
An ? tensive variety of imported iioo?*
fi>r i ail and Winter Suitings just rer
eelved ? '..II ami exilinllie 111.' many
pilterns liefere tiny, arc picked over.
I can make you njVa liaudsoine licht or
hcavj < .v. r. oai ut u reasonable llgure.
Always on hau.I. the latest styles In all
classes of Mou's furnishings.
W. H. BtEKS,
K0"l High street, Portsmouth, Va.
HAY FOR SALE.
I will deliver to any part of
the elly for ?I? per ton the beat
quality Hay I'odd. r. SIS pel
W. II. DENNIS,
uclfilh Itodniuu. Va.
"Itobeeou's T i i ?i i i 11.11.' a ilia mil, whs
lust evening |<ill.-.I at the t'Hj Mall
I'heiitre i y lu?|ni talent.
'Iii- uilltlar> will start flir Atlanta
' ? >-in.it i ?>? in-lit a ml the ilrohieh e.\
..I I i in L a..- Sunday.
An..or.- I he Norfolk visitors In Sot
folg w.-|-.t .luiigje n Tin I;, i llrooku and
v-.In-1.1 h'rnhk Kiist.
lion a I: Honk, r w ill lia\ .? t.pphsi
llull tm ilm II >uso. as tin H- lias hot
.-. ill I 'i. Prnnkilhl I lore-, jif Isle ..f
Wiehl, have an i.|i|uisiti..I.
Southampton i-ounty was largely rep?
resented yesterday mi the tail groumhi.
Hi- (tot it.
At tin. Five Points Mission school last
viol. Olio of i ho tcai hers was trying tolliat
out tin- house number of a litllo l'uiii-h
hoy wl.oiilil -j.rai; no Kngiish Mid un?
til im mil very little. In despair at last of
making herself understood. Klai called cino
? if her other little sidi-dars, who had mas
iin d our language, and asked his assist
" H i you think, Pete,''slie said to Iiiin,
'.'that you unit go home with this little hoy
and fojl.V doWil on your slali- ju-l exactly
what it Says alsive this llttli hoy's doori
1 *??:?- was sum la- i-ouhl, and the two
children trotted off. Pein ? ante h.n-k tri
IIUI|iiiaul so.ill llfil-r with Jil-t what la- I.ad
seen over tin- door copied and neatly
mark d off uu his slatu. And this is what
it w a-:
l.i ii Iiis To hi-:
-New York Times.
lllta Of ?Mus .
When Ii t umbler or other- glass vessel ia
brola-ll, do ii ti think it- Usefulness is
goii-: It is not. by any means. It is
tossed into tin- ash barrel indeed, hut ii is
pretty sun- to h ippear in another form on
tin- table, in makiiiji Klnss, it i- Usual to
hielt the materials together with a ((Harter
or half their weight 01 "'eullet"- that is,
broken (/In-- of the samo hind. Thi- iikiis
up goat -i'iaiititti s of hrbkoin glass which
the ragpicker r irefully sorts out from the
barrel.' anil iliunps. Some of t ho coarsest
(?lass is incited and colored in tin paste.
When it i> i id, it is broken Into Irregular
piece- and sold for cheap mosaics in the
decorations ol -Imp ?. While brokeii bottles
arc ground up to m ike sand or u-as,* paper.
Some girls ai mean. The) tag along
Ami g: nli up every word y- a my.
toy -.-ti r Itlll't. Site's got - lue SCUM.
She never stietti round In the way.
It we should a*k her in n gainc,
She'd ju-l turii up lo r nom- riiul sji'yj
"Your im a. old marbles hurt ihjr hands.
Aim 1 dou'i want to piny."
-Ban Prauelsco Bsainlner.
? >n Age "i ?Iniriiiiany.
I rciueiuoer hist .Inno culling attention
(n tin- romurknhlo number of columns oi
-~-. .' uliiiii were devoted to woo- j
iiliig-l nun tvciiiiiiiM rtoiioimcemohi-i.
I a mi surprised, on pl< kiug up I ho papers
today, to llnd even more space devoted to
lim matrimonial uilveiitnreH of young pew
We Ihn In a nintrliiionliil age. I believe
tlint iiiiicti l.i-i Monday im less Hum ion
weddings Iiiivo i? ' ii ile.-i iribi (I liy tliii pa?
pers iluit !??> in i ir iliut Soti nf tiling.
In Mime Instances llio.niimcS of hrldcs
mill i/r<Miiiis were familiar anil iudlciitlvu
ill ivi ultli, Im! in a pi-rat majority of eases
tin-;, wereipiite iliu contrary.
If it Is tin age of matrimony, it Isni an
ago 1.1 supremo folly, ami after wondering
how fliese young pcoplii could innntigo to
(.'.i nlnni* I accidentally solved the whole
I v. eiit mill dined with it friend of jnlno
whose Ineomu from a few old family mort
p;ugcsiind Hudson hondii can't he much
more i hau $2,000.
lie livi rather far up town for my taste,
luii in a little Hat (ito uhildri n yi: i, a per
feel IiiiIn Hat. all light and sunshine?
Mid kill heil, gas raupe, stcillll heated, ev?
erything ua comfortable, a- need be, mid
for lhi bo payi (35 a month! And within
a halt hour of Ills ojlloe.
Piftcoii years ago' such an tirrangeuiuut
would have been chimerical?iitppiaii.
Prices for everything were as high then
a- now. There were no Hut ~. no elevateds,
I. ? mil llillg Id help .nil a youug Couplo who
Today No,w Vork |iluys ill reef ly Into t ho
hands of Cupid. No wonder the depraved
little chappie i- slinging hi- dart- right
umlieft. No wonder the columns of tlm
papers are full of mtifriiuuni.il Ventures,
HoVu in it cottage!Used lo lai theory.
l.o\ii In ti flat I Is the joyous shout of I ho
day.?(Jholly Knlekcrbockor In Now York
A ; reat un til i lud may bu rolled on for re?
moving iron riisi Kpots from white fabrics
Is the following: Pour boiling water Into
li bowl, Stretch the cloth that is spotted
over It and drop oil the spot of rust a drop
of hydrochloric or muriatic arid. Leave it
there half a minute, then dip the place in
hot water. Wash out thoroughly after?
ward in water softened with ammonia.
Soap must nut ho, tisi-d, as the acid will do
compose it and leave it grease siiut on the
\ llandioine l over.
r.i.r?? whitd linen Is tlio foundation of
a hatui-oiii" i ou .-re pled, Intended for use
on a Mif.-i Till? piece U UJj by I'?. yards
in size, and ou ii is worked a rather
sprawling but artistic floral design in col?
on i ill.-. A .deep silk fringe edges it, nud
tin- lining is ei silk of a chameleon hue. to
harmoiii/e Witll tllU general i Herl of the
Perfectly Formed Worn.
A perfectly formell womaii will stand
fit.m ? feet .1 Inches to fuel 7 Inches und
weigh fr .tr. ISO to NO pounds. Her shoul?
ders n?d hips will .strike a straight line
drawn up mid down, and In r walsi will
taper In gradually ami measure iM to 30
Inches, und her bust 12 inches larger?
thru is, ;iii io as Inches.
Lemon juico applied to cost Iron articles
(fives an excellent finish to thu surface of
i hi' mot it I, Ii turns I ho portion of polished
i ii-t iron in wltluli ii applied to u brouze
lilnok, nnil win n touolioil ovor with shellac
vurnlsh will absorb it sufllcinlit amount of
I ho vnVnlsh in preserve ii To many lemon
julee woiihi seem in do u wools iiml ineifect
Ivo add fur metal, liut every oue knows
how ipilokly n knife blade of steel will
i la ion wlion useil to mi u lemon, unit
the. darkening of polished iron by the aul*
is very beautiful.
Snrei'plnz the Sickroom.
How untidy ;i sickroom can soon ho
como and howannoying thodust of sweep?
ing is to the part-Ill i-known to all who
ntteiid patients. To remiHly this put a
little ammonia ill ii pail of warm witter,
ami with u mop wrung us dr*? as possible
go all over the carpet llrst. This takes up
oil the dust ami Mitch of the louse dirt. A
broom will tako what is too large to ad
I - re to tin mop and raise no iliist. With
u dust doth well sprinkled go over the fur?
niture, und Hu- room 1- fairly clean.
Brings comfort ami improvement anc
tends to personal enjoyment whci
? rlitly lia u. Tin- many, who live bet
? r ihnh othcraand enjoy Hie more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
lilnpting tin- world's Inst producta to
tin- needs of physical being, will attest
tin- value to iiciiltli of tin- pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
i. medy, Syrup of Pigs,
it- excellence is duo to its presenting
iii the form mosl nceeptaldo and pleas
mt to tiie taste, the refreshing am! truly
hi ii- licinl properties of a period lnx
ntive; cfleetuully demising the system,
tlisni liine coldsi headaches und levers
nint permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction t<> millions nnil
mi-: with the approval oftlio medical
profession, because it nets on the Kid
in -V-, Ltycr mid lloweU without weak?
ening them ami it la perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup o|* Figa is lor sale by all tlriig
in 50c and $1 bottlca, bill it is man?
ufactured, by tin- California Fig Syrup
'.only, whose name i- printed on ever)
lackngc, also the tut me, Syrup of Figs,
uid being well informed, you will
itcccpt any bUbs?iuto il" ofleretL