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WEATHER REPORT. /Washington, D. C, Sept. i?, 1899. Forecast for Wednesday and Ihurs day: ? . .. , ;<For .Virginia ? Fair Wednesday; Thursday fair; warmer; fresh northerly j winds-* For North Carolina?Fair Wednes? day; Thursday warmer In western and central portions; fresh northerly winds. .Norfolk null Vielwlly, WEATHER FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Fair and cooler; fresh northwest Winds. . . TEMPERATURE, RAINFALL AND HUMIDITY. September 26, 1899. Maximum temperature ."... 70 Minimum temperature. 62 Normal temperature . 68 Departure from normal .minus 2 Departure from normal since Jan? uary 1st.plus 46 Rainfall In past 34 hours .03 Rainfall since first of month.r7 Mean relative humidity .?? 72 CALENDAR. Sim rises at 5:57 a. m. and sc'ls at 6:54 v. m, TIDES. Norfolk?High water, 3:12 a. m. and S:40 p. m- Low water, 9:06 a in. and 10:00 p. m. Old Point?High water, 2:15 a. m. and 8:19 D. m. Low water, 8:45 a. m. and 9:39 p. m. men. SAUNDERS.?At his resldcnco yester? day afternoon, September 25th, RICH? ARD ASHBY SAUNDERS, In tho 37th. year of his age. Funeral will tako placo from his late residence, 407 Freemason street, WED? NESDAY AFTERNOON at 1 o'clock Friends and acquaintances aro invited to attend. se2G-2t* Monuments an 1 Gravestones. Tho selection of a sultnblo momoHal In marble or gran? ite can be readily made from our stock, for we carry the largest assortment of finished des ens in tho South. THE CO?PtR MARBLE WORKS II?! nhl lull oil 00 Year*. IAD 103 MwiiH ,>..rlo Ii, V?. BIKKTIMUM. TlO THE? OFFiCBRB AND MEMBERS OF COLUMBIA LODGE, ^MiUitL, No. 14, I. O. O. F.?You are ggBBBR?. earnestly requested to assent- "WfflK^F ble at your hall, In Ballen- ri*w.Ar tlno'B building. THIS (Wednesday) AF? TERNOON September 27lh, at 3 o'clock, to pay tho last sad tribute of respoct to our deceased brother. R. A. SAUNDERS Wear funeral badges. Members of slater lodges cordially Invited to unlto with us. By order of tho Noble Grand. R? HARRY S. COLES, R. S. SPECIAL COMMUNICATION Ol-' NORFOLK LODGE NO. 1, A. F. & A. M.. will bo held at Masonic Temple THIS (Wednesday) EVEN? ING; soptcmber 27th, at 8 o'clock, for work In the First Degree. All Master Masons In good standing are fraternally Invited to attend. By order W. M. ? It GEO. B. JENKINS, Secretary. (Ledger eopyO_ HE ANNUAL "MEETING OF THE 3tockholrtr--s of the Elizabeth Park and Land Company will be held at the oflico of James W. McCarrlck, at 12 o'clock noon FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, 1S09. D. F. DONOVAN, scl6-10t Secretary. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING, A general meeting of the stockholders of tho Virginia Electric Company is here? by called to be held at the ollice of the company, No. 274 Main street. In the city I of Norfolk, at 10 o'clock n. m. of TH?RS DAY, October 5th, IM?. JOHN Li. WILLIAMS & SONS. Stockholders hold ng together more than one-tenth of the capllul alui-k of the Virginia Electric Company. WALTER H. DOYLE. sc2-tiilocS_Prrsidi at. A.IIIINIi.lI "VTan^wvTiT^a??*i?k?iit orsilfsiiC FRIDAY.. SEPTEMBER. 29TII, Washburn's Great Southern Minstrels. 40-ARTISTS-10 Seats now on sale. Prices?IS, 50,75 rents ? and SI. se27-:5t mioiTORiuiv. theatre"! JAS. M. BARTON, Prop. Only Vaudeville House Playing High Class Acts. Ibq Yon Want Clean Teeth? A Sweet Breath and Healthy Gums If so use DENTIFOAM. the best Tooth ?Waah. It contains no acid, nor any Injurious substance. 25c. bottles for salo at Trotter's Drue Store, 388 Wain Street Cor. Church LACE CURTAINS We have perfect facilities for . . cleaning, stretching and drying lace curtains. Our wagons will T call for your work. \, _ MONTICELLOM0DEL LAUNDRY 105 Granby St. . New Phone 874. . . : ? ?? *r '"?' * ' Kyem F.x ? mini*?! Free. Dr. A. Week mapager of the optical department of the Galo Jewelry Com? pany, will examine your eyes free. De? fective, vision and complicated cases specially Invited to call. Jo26,-t?. ASSOCIATION OFJAPT1STS Interesting Meeting of Portsmouth Association in Berkley. FIRST DAY'S PROCEEDINGS He*. A. n. Dnnnwity, D. I)., Elected moderator? Welcome extended by Ibe OnptiatM ol Rerbloy?New Mem. bers nud C'liurobes Admitted 10 nemb rftbll* ? Tbo 0|)vu(ne Her* mon? III* i'rococdluica lit Retail. ? (Berkley Bureau Virginlan-Pllot.) The Portsmouth Baptist Association, composed of 250 clerical and lay mem? bers, convened In Ub 109lh annual ses? sion In the Berkley Avenue Baptist Church, Berkley, at 10:30 a. m. yester I day. The attendance on the first day's ses? sion was large, both on the part of the clergy, laity and visitors, and a mark? ed Interest was manifested In the pro? ceedings. It Is truly a representative body, numbering on its roll or membership many of the leading divines of this large and .Influential denomination, as well as laymen from the most promi? nent avenues of business life. After singing the hymns "Come Holy Spirit, Heavenly Dove" and "How Firm a Foundation Ye Saints of the Lord," and nii Invocation by Rev. W. F. Fisher, the Moderator of the last session. Rev. J. F. Deans, D. D., called the assembly to order and announced the opening hymn, "I Love Thy King? dom, Lord," which was sung with great spirit by the association. Prayer was offered by Rev. A. B. Dunaway, D. D. ENROLLMENT OF DELEGATES. The first business in order was the enrollment of delegates from the sev? eral rhurches in the bounds of the as? sociation. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. The Moderator announced as the next business the election of ofllcers. He said that for five years he had been honored with the position of presiding olllcer of the body, an honor from his brethren which he highly appreciated. He thought that the time had come when he should lay aside these honors that they might be confered upon some brother equally ns worthy as himself, and he asked to be retired from the responsibilities of the ofllce. He was again rcnominated, but requested that he be allowed to withdraw bis name, which was granted. The association then proceeded to an election with the following result: Moderator?Rev. A, R. Dunaway, D. D. Vice-Moderator?Rev. J. J. Hall. D. D. Clerk and Treasurer?Rev. Gnrvln Rawlcs (re-elected.) Historian?Rev. R. H. Burris. The retiring Moderator called the new Moderator to the chair in words of wel? come. Dr. Dunaway, in assuming the duties of his position, thanked the as? sociation, nnd said that he should en? deavor to discharge the duties of his responsible position witli fidelity and to the best of his ability. He Btlld further: "1 know that I shall make mistakes, but I am confident that I will have the sym? pathy and co-oporntloii of the brethren. WEI.COM R EXTENDED. Rev. T. C, Skinner on behalf of the Berkley Avenue Church extended a cor? dial welcome to the association nnd members nnd visitors, assuring theinj that everything had been done for their comfort and pleasure. The welcome was happily responded to on behalf on the ai-soclntlnn by Rev. W. V. Siivqgo. ot Churchlund. "N'eVv M1CMIjEUS. " The following new ministers w'ho have uecome members of the association since Us last meeting, were introduced to the body: Rev. .T. .1. Taylor. D. D.. of Free.rn.ison Street Church. Norfolk: Rev. R. B. Garrett, D. D.. of Court Street Church. Portsmouth; Rev. W. P. nines, of Park View Church. Ports? mouth; IW. S. C. Clopton. Smlthflcld: Rev. W. ?. Dullng. Tltricks; Rev. C. B. Ryland, Emporla. Va., and Rev. C. E. Edwards, of Seaboard, N. C. ORDINATIONS. ,R?v. Dr. Hall and others announced that the following ministers had been ordained since the last session: Revs. Tyree C. Whitehurst; E. B. Morris and J. T. Bowden. They were Introduced to the association. THE OPENINO SERMON. The hour for preaching the opening sermon was announced. Owing to the non arrival of Rev. H. W. Battle. D. D., of Petersburg, who was appointed to deliver the discourse, the time of preaching the same*was postponed to the evening session .The constitution for the government of the association was read by the clerk. VISITORS INTRODUCED. Rev. A. E. Dickinson, D. D., of Rich? mond, editor of the Religious Herald, the organ of the Baptist denomination In Virginia, was introduced to the as? sociation and spoke in the Interests of his paper. Rev. George J. Hobday, superintend? ent of the Baptist Orphanage at Sa? lem, Va., and his associate, Rev. J. B. Taylor, D. D., were introduced and responded in appropriate remarks. Rev. E. P. Dlckerson, of the Dover Association; Rev. Henry Purnell, of the Lebanon Association, and Rev. J. W. Reed, of the Accomac Association, were also introduced and responded feeling? ly. There being no report from Little Creek and Mulberry Churches, it was decided to Instruct the Missionary Com? mittee of the lower district \inlon.~to look after them and report at the next meeting of this body. CHURCHES ADMITTED. Broadwater and -Park View Churches applied for admission Into the associa? tion and were referred to the follow? ing committee for report: Revs. J. J. Hall, D. D., J. D. Harte and W. W. Slske. ( COMMITEES ANNOUNCED. The following Committees -were an? nounced". . ; Digest of-Church Letters?Revs. J. W. Mitchell, Geo. XV. Cox and R. W. Bag mill. ,-. On' Flnance-^Revs. J. I?. Eases, J. W. Corbett, Simon Seward. Order of Business?Revs. A. E. Owen, .J.M. Pllcher and J. F. Deans. Rev. J. D. Harte, of the Second Bap? tist Church, Petersburg, asked that two separate hours be fixed for hearing the reports on general and ministerial edu? cation. The matter was left to the committee to arrange satisfactorily. PARK VIEW, PORTSMOUTH. ? The committee on the application of churches reported.., through.Dr. Hall, recommending the admission of Park View Church, Portsmouth, into the as? sociation. The report was adopted and the delegates from that church, Messrs. J. M. Corbett and Ambrose Williams, were Introduced and extended the right hand of fellowship by the Moderator. The Committee on Order of Business reported, recommending the following houra for holding the session of tho as? sociation: 10 a, m. to 1 p. m., 3 p. m. to 6 p. m., and 8 p. m. and adjourn at will. Adopted. DETAINED BY AFFLICTION. Rev. J. D. Harte brought a message of love from Dr. Battle, of the First Church, Petersourg, who Is detained from attendance on the convention by the serious Illness of one of his chil? dren. The association was led In spe? cial prayer by Rev. W. P. Hlnes for the recovery of Dr. Battle's child, nnd for tho blessings of the triune God upon him and his family. At 12:15 tho association adjourned to 3 p. m. Prayer by Rev. Samuel Saun dcis. ,AFTERNOON SESSION. The Association met, pursuant to ad? journment, at 3 p. m.i with Moderator Dunuway In the chair. Devotional exercises were conducted by Rev. R. W. Bagwell. The Moderator announced the Com? mittee on Time, Place and Preacher for the next meeting of the Association. REPORT OF MISSIONARY C?.M ? MITTE li. The report of the Committee on tho Upper District was road by the clnlr mon, Rev. J. M. Pllcher. It noted several changes in ? pastorates during the year; Rev. R. H. White lias been succeeded by Rev. W. B. Dullng, at Ettrlck, and Fountain Grove Church hus a new pastor In Rev. C. E. Ed? wards; some revival work nns been reported in various parts of the dis? trict; at Antiach there have been fif? teen additions, tho result of n recent meeting, and they hnve a good Sunday school; there have been accessions to the churches In Petersburg; Oakland Church has Just completed its r.ew ';di flceand doubled Ha membership, and is In a better condition than at any other period In Its history. The report wns discussed by Rev. R. W. Bagwell, J. M. Pllcher, Simon Sew? ard. W. W. Siske, W. B. Duling and C. P. Ryland, nnd adopted. DISTRICT REPORTS. Rev. J. F. Deans read the raport of the Middle District. It showed thnt there had been more than the usual changes In pastoral relations the pres? ent year. Seven of the churches are without pastors. During the year two promising young men were ordained to the Gospel ministry?Rev. W. W. Ed? wards, at Black Creek, nnd Rev. J. T. Bowden. ut Smlthtlcld. A new church has been organized at Battery Park. Isle of Wight county. A large number of the churches have enjoyed gracious revival seasons and there have been valuable additions to tho churches nnd all of the Sunday schools nre efllcleni In work, save possibly one. The re? port, after being discussed by Rev. J E. Jones, Dr. A. E. Dickinson and Rev. J. W. Woff. was adopted; The report on the Lower District was read by Dr. A. E. Owen. It gave the following interesting data: The Salem Church has been blessed with a graci? ous revival and hau pntd Ihe debt on its new building. The Park View Bap? tist Church. Portsmouth, ha? been or? ganized ly-d a beautiful church has been erected, and h.church nt Broad water. Bey. S. S. Robinson is the pas? tor. The Port Norfolk Church is build? ing n new house of worshlD. The Northwest Church will soon be com? pleted and dedicated. The report was spoken W> by Lay Delegate Carey, Dr. W. F. FJatier and Rev. J. A. Speight; .After tilling in several omissions that dmimmu i,ori <,, i,-?,i p.^ ? port was adopted. Mr. W. H. Sadler, representing the Religious Herald, was .introduced and snuke In the interest of that journal. He made a special offer to send the paper from October 1st to January 31st for fifty cents. NEXT ASSOCIATION MEETING. The committee on time and place of next meeting of the Association report? ed, through Us chairman. Dr. Fisher, the following: Time?The first Tuesday nfter the fourth Sunday in September, 1900. Place?Western Branch Church, Nan semnnd county. To preach the intro? ductory sermon?Rev. H. W. Battle. D D. . of Petersburg. Alternate?Rev. E, E. Dudley, of Norfolk. Rev J. F. Love, of Suffolk, offered an amendment, substituting Suffolk for Western Branch. The nmendment. af? ter an animated discussion, was adopt? ed and the report of the committee as amended was then adopted. ORDER OF BUSINESS FOR WED? NESDAY. The following was announced as the order of business for to-day's session: Convene nt 10 n. m. Topics to be considered?From 10 to 11 a, in., "Tem? perance;" 11 to 12. "Sunday School and Bible Cause;" 12 to 1 p. m.. "General Education:" 3 to 4 p. m., "Orphanage;" 4 to 5 p. m., "Ministerial Education;" 5 to 5:30, "Obituaries;" at 8 p. m., "For? eign Missions." The Association adjourned to 8 p. m. Prayer by Rev. J. P. Esi?ex. NIGHT SESSION. Berkley Avenue Baptist Church was filled beyond Its seating capacity last night with a refined and intelligent audience, gathered to hear the intro? ductory sermon before the Association and the after proceedings of this In? fluential body. Dr. Battle being ab? sent on account of serious illness of his child, his place was ably supplied by Rev. W, V, Savage, of Churchland. The Association was called to order by the Moderator, and prayer offered by Dr. Taylor, of Salem. Dr. Savage opened the service by announcing the hymn "All Hall the Power of Jesus Nome." and read u por? tion of the 13th chapter of Mathew. Prayer was made by Rev. J. J. Taylor, D. D., of Freemason Street Baotlst Church, Norfolk. After singing "Sa? viour, Like a Shepherd Lead Us," the Invocation was made by Mr. Savage, who next announced his text: "The Kingdom of Heaven Is like unto three measures of men), which when i\ wo? man hnd found she hid in an oven until the whole was leavened," and preached (Continued on Fifth Page.). DRUGGISTS TO MEET National Association to Meet at Old Point Next Ivionth, Will Reuinlu In Resstou 8IX I>ny?-An Oyster Uomt on tbo Blp Kau?, siock Trial, Yncbtlug null a Ban? quet on ibo Program. The National Wholesale Druggists Association will hold Its annual con? vention at the Chamberltn Hotel, Old Point Comfort, during the week of Oc? tober 9th. It is believed that this will be one of the most attractive meetings, from a social point of view, ever held by the Wholesale Druggists. This association usually turns out a large number of members at its annual conventions, and many of them arc ac? companied by ladles. This year the at? tendance will be larger than ever be? fore, according to information in tho hands of the Executive Committee. The convention will open Tuesday morning, October 10th, and will remain in sessiun until the 15th. The Cham berliu will be headquarters for the vis? iting druggists, and Manager Campbell is making extensive preparataions to entertain them. Mr. E. D. Taylor, of Richmond, is chairman of the. Ladles' Committee, which is to be composed of the wives of the members of the Committee on Arrangements, and other ladies. On Tuesday nfternoon the committee proposes to have an oyster roast at the Rip-Raps. On the evening of the same day the reception of the presidents of the National Wholesale Druggists' As? sociation and the Proprietary Associa? tion will be held at the Chamberlln, when the ladles of the Reception Com? mittee will receive with the two presi? dents and their wives. The reception will be followed by a dance. On Wednesday, October 11th, Mr. Isaac E. Emerson will place his yacht tit tho disposal of Mrs. Taylor, and the ladies will enjoy an excursion similar to that which proved such an attractive feature of the convention held at Old Point two years ago. On Wednesdny night the "Mock Trial," written by Mr. Evan Chester man, of Richmond, will bo given. This Is a new departure, and Is being looked forward to with much Interest. On Thursday a trip to the Soldiers' Home, the Normal School and through the fort has been arranged, and at night there will be a. grand banquet, in which the ladles will participate. On Friday Is is proposed to bring the visitors by steamer to the shipyard here and t!\e navy yard will also be visited. In the evening Manager Campbell, of the Chamhcrlln, will tender a tea to the ladies. On Saturday the delegates will leave for their respective homes. Tli* f.nclles. The pleocant effect and perfect safe? ty with which ladles may use Syrup of Figs, under all conditions, makes It their favorite remedy. To get the true and genuine article, look for the name of the California Fig Syrup Co. printed near the bottom of the package. For' t-alo by all druggists. I'roprriy Trnnn'fari, Following are the deeds of trans? fers recorded yesterday: George W. Dey, T. R. Borland and J. W. Hunter, trustees of the Mutual Building Association, to the said as? sociation, property on Sheldon avenue, Brambletun. formerly owned by Vir? ginia F. Taylor; $1,(125. Same to same, lot with Improvements fronting 25 feet on the eastern side of erly owned by Abigail P. Murphrey; srly owned by Abigail P. Murphrey; $1.2-0. Same to same, lot with Improvements fronting 25 loot on the north side of Duncan avenue, formerly owned by C. C. Barclay; $1,900. J. Sydney Smith to Jacob Pfeifer, lot w'th impi nvem-irur frnn'lng 10-feet-orr the west side of Pulaski street; $1,000. OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 5 (He Laughs Best Who Laughs Last 99 A hearty laugh indicates a. degree of good health obtainable through pure blood. As but one person in ten has pure blood, the other nine should purify the blood <a>ith Hood's S&rsaparilU. Then they can laugh first, last and all the time, for NOTICEI The Lako Drummond Canal and Water Company wish to give notice that the old Dismal Swamp Canal route between Nor? folk and Elizabeth City 13 NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS, and that a tug boat will leave every other day. except Sun? day, commencing AUGUST 2S, making trips as follows: Leave Norfolk MON? DAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, re? turning leave Elizabeth City TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY. ! The Canal Company insures nine feet I of water at present lime between the locks, and In a few weeks they will have ten feet of water In the canal. The Ca? nal Company has dredged llfteen feet in 'depth for a distance of three thousand feel below th.> look In Deep Creek. They have also made deep water below South MI1I? I-ock, in the waters of the Pasquc t.tnk r'.ver. The Canal Company has dredged the old Turner Cut to the depth of ten feet at low water. Thus far tho Canal Company can insure a sufllclent depth of water. Tho Canal Company would not at pres? ent guarantee a safe passage between Norfolk and Elizabeth City for boats drawing mere than ncvcn and a half feet of water, as the Pasquotank lias one shoal place, and Deep Creek at low water has not more than seven and a hnlf feet at the present time. The Government has appropriated mo? ney to deepen and widen Deep Creek, and also to deepen nnd straighten the water? way of the Pasquotank river. This work Is to commence at once. The Company In the meantime intend to Improve and widen the canal, and in tho near future the Canal Company believe that thoy will have a canal and waterway between the points named that cannot be excelled In this country. J. B. SAN FORD, V. P. Information can be had at the oftlco, of A. M. 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