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ROVAl OAXINQ KWOEB CO.. MT" YORK.
BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST.
The city lo using- over 28,000,000 gal?
lons of water per week. It Is said that
the water supply wob never In such a
favorable condition e.s It is now. !
The thermometer began to descend
about 5 O'clock yesterday r.fternoon,
and last night followed wKA a cold
Some handsome and costl; Jew Tear
gifts will be made this mor.i'ng.
The usual New Tear's c;.. ? will be
Mr. O. Howard Royer, c Roanoke,
general freight agent of t.- Norfolk
and Western railroad, is a t it at the
Pavers have commence", work on
Chapel street, from Wood i Calvcrt.
When completed this aver.V I will bo
one of the smoothest thoro. , ifares in
Mr. l.eo. B. Dodson, of t' ? Atlantic
Hotel, has returned from I. I visit to
Mr. Samuel H. Vandensl ?. of the
Norfolk Gas Company, lieft . >r Phila?
delphia last night.
The public schools will re pen next
Mr. William Wise lert for Washing*
ton last night.
Mr. N. M. Osborne, Jr., h.: i gone to
Miss Cleveland left on the Hay Line
last night on a visit to friends in Bal?
Jlrs. John Neely wWl leave ho:e to?
night on a visit to friends in Washing?
To-morrow being a Nation; I holiday,
the hanks ?>( the Clearing H< use Asso?
ciation will be closed, and ti e Custom
House and postofllce will observe the
The Consolidated Compress Company
Is handling more cotton now than it
has for some time. Its warehouses are
full of the staple, and 500 l ibs were
taken to Portsmouth yea ten ay after?
noon fr.r storage.
The Christmas music will b ? repented
nt both morning und afternoon services
at Christ P. K, church to-day.
The V\n<t Baptist church, this city.
Is concentrating all Itt; efforts to pay
off Iis entire Indebtedness t( -day.
Christmas music will be repeated to?
day at the Church of Our Lcdy of .the
Norfolk's (i per eent. coup m hon.Is,
dated January I, 1ST1>. mature to-day.
An alarm of tire yesterday afternoon
was caused by a defective tluj In Christ
To-morrow will he observed by the
colored people of Norfolk a?s "Emanci?
" The Christmas germnn of the Nor?
folk German Club. which cam" oft at
Monteflore Hall Friday night, wan
largeQy, attended. An elegant supper
whs servedi The gcrman was led by
Mr. R. C. Taylor, Jr.
A lectUro oh "The Hook of Hooks, and
What Men Think of it" will be deliver?
ed by Dr. J. A. Hood, of Baltimore, on
Monday night, at the Y. M. C. A. Hall.
The lecture will he an illustrated one.
All but two of the street ears ope?
rating In this city have not been sup?
plied with vestibules.
A masquerading party visited the
home of Mrs. E. W. Pitts, No. 53S Hast
Main street, Friday night, and were
rar\-| hojplthbly entertained by tue
hostess and her daughter. Miss Mau?
rice. Among the party were Mrs. Shel?
ling, the Misses Snelling. Mr. Thomas
Dougherty, and the Messrs. Newton.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Botvcn an on a
visit to relatives in Washington, N. C,
Mr. Hewer will return to-morrow, but
his wife will remain for a loavi r stay.
"New Year Thoughts for YOung
Men" will be the subject of the ad?
dress of Rev. H. H. Mitchell, l>. D.,
at' tlio Men's niretlng of tiio colored
T. M. C. A. nt 5 o'clotek this at;.;
Mis. S. J. Winborhe has returned to j
her home i:i South X..:?:"?'!': ofTer sp. e.l
ing the Christmas holidays most de-1
lighifiilly In "Wilmington, N. c. with
her uncle. Captain Knight, ami other
Mr. George F. B. Leigh ton has re?
turned to Norfolk after a protracted
visit to Cleveland, Ohio.
Mi.-:' Helene Peyser, of Washington,
D. C. is visiting her sister, Miw. Ohas.
Friedl?nder, on Freemason street,
where she will be pleased to see her
Mr. P. P. Watson, of Martlnavllle, a
leading manufacturer of tobacco, ar?
rived ycatordny in Norfolk.
Col, P. C. Olds, the well-known Ral
elgh Journalist, passed through the
city yesterday en route home.
Mr. .1. W. Buxton, of Rich Square,
N. C, came to Norfolk last night, stop?
ping at the Atlantic.
Messrs. Fred. A. Whlrtnore, of s.an
Jose, and Christopher Hume, of Los
Angeles, Cal., were guests yesterday
of the Montlcello.
Mr. Joseph P. Pippin, of Tarboro, N.
C. was in Norfolk yesterday.
The Frances Harnes Y's have Issued
Invitations to a New Year's reception
Friday, January 0th, nt the home of
the. president, Mrs. ?. H. Addison, No.
21.r, Freemason street, front R to 11.
Mi^s Mary Gray, the art teacher of
Norfolk College, who.has been detained
at her home for several months on ac?
count of the illness of her mother, has
just returned-to tho college, and wil;
resume her duties In the school Janu?
Attention Is railed to the advertise?
ment setting forth the date of expira?
tion of vehicle lloonsta.
Happy an;d n most prosperous Now
Year. We wish our customers and
friends. During this year we promise
our best efforts to please those who
may favor us with their patronage.
We are now tilling bp" the holes In
our stock caused by the rush of the
Our shop is better equipped for jew?
elry repairs than ever before, and all
Work entrusted to us shall have
Mr. George H. Norwood, so well
known in this olty as an expert watch?
maker and engraver, is again with us
in ? b?rge of the watch repairing de?
partment. Wo ( 'aim to be better pre?
paid! to do all kinds of fine chronom?
eter and complicated watch work than
uny house South of New York. -
THi: GALE JEWELRY CO.
All glasses prescribed by Dr. Werk
guaronteed. Examinations free. '310
DIYISS SERYICE* TO-DAY.
The Methodist, Presbyterian. Chris?
tian, Lutheran, Church of Christ and
the Christian Scientist publish their
hours of Sunday servlcps In Saturday's
St. Luke's, corner ot Granhy and
Bute streets, Uev. A. S. Lloyd, rector?
Services at 11 a. ni. and 7:30 P. m.
Christ, corner Freemason nnd Cum?
berland streets. Row Carl E. Cram?
mer, rector?Services at 11 a. m. and
?I p. mi
St. Paul's. Church and Cove streets,
Rev. Dr. 13. D. Tucker, rector?Ser?
vices at 11 a. m. and evening prayer
at 4 o'clock.
St. Peter's, Rrown avenue. Bramble
ton, Rev. C. 12. VVoodson, rector?Ser?
vices at ,11 n. m. and 7::to n. m.
Emnnuel Chapel, corner Calvert and
Wide Streets, Uev. J ihn 11. Dickinson.
rector?Divine services at 7:30 p. m,
Bti Andrew's Chapel, corner of Ann
nnd Mayesvilte avenues. Rev. John 11.
Dickinson, rector?Divine services every
Thursday night. Sunday school at
4 P. m.
Park Avenue, corn?r of Highland.
Drambleti n Preaching by the pasti r.
Rev. J. J. Hall, D. I?.. at 11 a, m. and
7::!0 p. i.i. Morning subject, "A New
Vein's Message;" evening, "The Better
Day Coming." Mrs. 1.. P. Roberts will
ting a solo at the morning service and
Prof. Ward at the evening. T. J. An?
Grace, corner of Princess Anne ave?
nue ami ?.'horch street Preaching by
the castor, Rev. Lundy It. Wright, at
11 a. m. and 7::;o p. m, Morning s'.ib
Jei t. "Gel Ifp and Go 'Long;*' evening,
"la the Young' Man Snfe," first of a
series to yeur.fr men.
Freemason, corner of Bank und Free?
mason Btreels- Preaqhlhg by the pas?
tor. Rev. f.t. II. Wha'rton. D. D., at 11
a. m. and 7.::,i p. m
First, corner of Freemason and C.:an
Ijly streets- Preaching, by the pastor.
Rev. E. D: Hatcher, at 11 a. m. and
7:::o p. r.i.
Cfturgonn Memorial. Windsor avenue,
Brnniblcten?Preaching by the pastor.
Rev. I.. It. Christie, at ll a. m. and
7:::n pi m.
Lambert's Point?Preaching by the
pus! ir, Rev. George W. Cox, at II a.
m. and 7:J0 ?>. m.
Central Avenue Atlantic city?
Preaching by the pastor. Rev. E. E.
Dudley, at ll a. m, and 7:30 :>. m.
s.. Mary's, corner of Chapel and
? Hoi: streets, Rev. John Dohertv, pas
, tor?Services at 7. 9:30 and 11 a. in.
Vc pers and benediction tit 4 ;>. m
Sacred Hear: church. Rev. T. J. Wil
j son. t nslor?Early mass at 7:30 a. m.:
high mass at 11 a. m. Vespers and
j benediction at 5 p. m.
'J'lie V? e? lc ot |?rnj or.
! The ?_"_Uom of the Protestant
! chun nea ,n Norfolk to observe tho first
WCi '.; in the New Year as a "Week of
P/raycr" will begin Monday.
I i !i services will be held at the
First Presbyterian Church on Monday,
Tin day and Wednesday at 4 p. in.,
and at St. Pauls Kplscopal Church
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at tho
same hour. Monday's program will be
; follows: Subject, Prayer?Thanks
glvliV-r, confesslci and supplication. To
! reside, Rev. A. S. Lloyd, of St. Luke's
Episcopal Church. Speakers: Rev. L.
; it. ( bristle, of Spurgeon 'Memorkal
; P'.ptlst Church, and Uev. W. K. Smith,
of Dls<!; a' Church.
E< ttinfng vyith this week, the ladies
i . l ark Avenue Baptist Church
will boa", daily prayer meetings, pro-'
piiintory to the coining of Mr. Varley,
lie evangelist; who is now on his way
?!-. 1 ' ? . ....?: i ,i;a i'..ii. a i ; .. rtC -
i. a on a pest slr.ee the bl?s?! of his
gre t r?.c?tings in Patcrson, . . J. lie
pleaches in New York, to-day. Next
Sunday he will commence his wo k
with the Park Avenue Church.
Mlsn ."'.ire Smith) who is spending tho
Christmas and New Year holidays with
her sisters at No. no Cooke avenue,
?> ,11 leave Wednesday morning for her
.. b .'l in Princess Anne county.
'itegular inohlhl^m'eetins of lht>
Bi pt Young IViiph-1*. Distric t Union
will I ?? le id al Spurgeon Memorial
Church t 3:30 o'clock this afternoon.
The election of officers will lake place.
Ai Spin ..?'on Memorial Raptist
Cht:: i ll at 11 a. in. (ft-dnyi Rev. L. R.
Chi etie will preach the second of the
serfes of sermons on "Social Evils."
taking no his theme "U'lio Banco and
ib.- Dancers." At night he will preach
mi "Final Persevorsncei''
The H. Y. I*. lT. of Spuvgeon Me
mqrlBl Church will have a New Year's
service at 7:'J0 o'clock to-morrow night.
Mrs. 15; T. Thomas, who was reported
I: at her home on Friday, was much
Im proved yesi ordajr,
Owing to the stormy weather last
night only a small andiente attended
at Trinity M. E. Church, The exercises
began at 10 o'clock and continued until
midnight?the ds.wn of the new year.
A universal fetilng of sorrow is felt
throughout tlie ward at the sad and
Buddcn deajh of Mr. William K. Fer?
guson yesterday morning. He will be
gre missed in the < immunity
An alarm of lire was 'phoned from
box last night, which carried de
: . rtmerit No. a to the' corner of Mo?
rtui ami Ward avenues, caused by the
burning of a defective Hue in a tram i
dwelling. No damage.
The time honored tustom of watch?
ing out the old ye.M- and the incoming
>f the; new year was appropriately op
? i d a: LeKli > Memorial Church lar.t
night. The meeting was n thoroughly
spiritual one. Many testimonials were
given Hnd new resolutions made to
honor Hie new year for Christ.
Kov, H. E. Dudley will preach the
>v ? rid of the series of .sermons on the
par iie of "The Prodigal Son," at
Central Avenue Baptist Church to?
night. His theme will be "Plenty of
Money?Good Times." i
to thc?e who p*raeverV. If you tnk*
Hood's 8ar*iap?rr;lla faithfully and per?
sistently. RCordlng to directions, yon may
dr-pTd upon1 a cure when a cure u pos?
HOOD'S PILLS are easy to tue, easy
to" .pirate. Cure indlsestlon. sick head
BUSINESS OF TOE PORT
Trade for the Year is' Satisfactory
Ranking, I"o?t "Hiiro Krcetpt*, "tea1
IM.it.' Milrs. I'.xporK and Import?.
Mili>i>lug, ?out Receipts, Cotton
I null'. I.nillber 'I a 11 o I i < l ii i c.
The year flint passed lias been one of
the most prosperous in the history ot j
this port. It has been a period of
real estate transactions and business
The. merchants report that '93 was a
good year, and shows an increase In
ail the various lines of trade.
Norfolk traveling men have gone Into
new Heids and have successfully met
the prie.-s of larger markets of the
North, Bast and West.
The statistician of the Board of Trade
has kept accurate records of sales and
shipments, and when his reports are
completed it will be found that no city
on the Atlantic coast with "anything
like" the same population, has made
more substantial gains.
The total clearings fi jiii the Norfolk
Ranking Association will reach $50,000.
000, balances about $.,600,000: surplus
j and profits for th?- yr-iir. exclusive of
the month of December, were ?ST'..7:;.'i.
The deposits will amount to consider?
ably over $11.000,000; loans about. $5,000,
p, ,sT< ?FFICE RECEIPTS.
The next best index to the financial
condition of the people and their busi?
ness activity is the postofilce receipts.
The ytrglnian-Ptlot is Informed that
the postofllce receipts this year will
reach at leas: $1 no.000, large gains over
REAL ESTATE 5'AI.KS.
There has been activity in real estate
transactions and building. The year
1M>7 will be remembered as the year
In wit Ii h two of the handsomest pub
lie buildings were completed?the citi?
zen's Bank mul the Montlcello Hotel,
and hrellnilnary work bosun for the
erection of the now postofnee.
The real estate sales for tho city of
Norfolk amount to $1,S49,305; for Nor?
folk county. $1,123,766, a total of $2,973,
061. Add to this $;!e5.1S>0 for the city of
Portsmouth, and there is a grand total
of $3,206,661, There was no unlustifl
able excitement In real estate sales. The
prices were based on substantial val?
EXPORTS AND 1MPORTS.
The expects for the eleven months to
Novemh r 30th wo e $11,S52,270, as r?
ported from the custom house. As the
records of the collector have not been
made up for the last month of is:,7. ac?
tual figures cannot be obtained, but,
placing the shipments for this month,
which was one of the best months of
the year, at $1,200,000, the value of the
total shipments will be $13,102,270, a
slight decline from last year's trans?
actions, due to the obstruction of trans?
portation by the Spanish-American
The imports will amount to $200,000.
This is a slight increase on the figures
of last year.
VESSELS ENTERED 'AND CLEAR?
Durir.g the year the vessels which
entered this pirrt from foreign ports
numbered 131, cleared 6i0. Total ton?
nage of vessels cleared, 841,615; total
ton-nage Of vessels that entered, 217,
Of the vessels engaged In the coast?
wise trade 2.oj0 entered this port wild
The receipts of coal over the Norf >lk
a n?l 'Western railroad delivered at
Lambert's Point for il months eliding
November ?.0. were 1.S21.310 tons. The
Statement for the month of December
h.:s not been made uj>. When it is com?
pleted it will be found that the total
receipts will he over 2,000,000 tons.
This u a very satisfactory Gain over
the year Of IViV.
The Flat Top fields have furnished
thousands of tons to the United States
for the use of war vessels, and it is be?
lieved thai the high standing of the
fuel for steam navigation will cause it
to be use.! in greater quantities by
tin- fighting ships.
When Admiral Schley overhauled the
?Spanish fleet off Santiago he was burh
Lec .1 r.o.'iv- ! ;:.m il'e- pol of_Noi>
folr. Aii or .'? r ii?s bei n [sstteTI m
?tntctlr.g the warships to coal ut Nor?
folk whir, it is i ossihle to d? so.
COTTON TLA1 >E.
The following Is a statcmchl of the
receipts ami shipments oi* cotton at
Norfolk for the four months ending
December 31st, 1898. These figures are
furnished by Mr. Norman Reil, of the
Cotton Exchange, and are reliable:
Exports . 3,408
Net receipts from September 1st
to December 81st .4!S. liir.
Conslwise, overland and inland
Stock on hand .60,9,7:1
The receipts arc larger than last year
by i5.:i:s >ki!cs.
? The exports fall short of the trans?
actions of last year by 20.432 hales.
The stock on hand is less than lu<st
year hv ltf.624 hales.
Tills city is evne of the largest lum?
ber manufacturing centres oh the At?
lantic coast. There are said to be more
than s:x.y mills represented in Norfolk
by aarent's or owners.
The business Is one Of Norfolk's most
substantial Industrles.cmploying thous?
and of laborers and requiring millions
of dollars annually.
The general offices of the North Caro?
lina Pine Association are here and their
milH rroduce about 600.000,000 feet of
At a resent meet In:.' of the associa?
tion || wns reported by the secretary
(hat the outlook for future operations
were never brighter. Last year then
were aboul 5,000,000 feel ?>; lumber nt
each i f the mills connected with the I
association at the close of the season: |
at the .??resent time there I? not a fool '
of un?o!i] lumber at any of the nulls, j
The lumbermen expect grent ..?: vltj
during the remainder of the ivinter
and the early spring months- Notwith?
standing there Is an Increased demand,
prices hnve not been advanced.
The shipments of lumber from thh
port for ten months of the pas; year,
were as follows:.
Logs, feet .11?.*,-? > 0 :? !
Piling, feet . 's.v.'V.v;
Railroad ties . 92,634
Shingles . 38,830,2761
Norfolk has enjoyed Valuable lum?
ber trade with tho West Indies for
more than fifty years, and With the
control of Culm and Pot to Itlco by the
United States Government, tho business
'Is expected to develop rapidly,
OYSTERS AMD FISH.
This Industry employs about 30,0001
people In Eastern Virginia, and not less'
ihiui ?,t)0) in the city of Norfolk und'
vJmty. The packing houses Ol this
Hfrket ship goods as tor West c.s -ne
sJbslsslpj i river, Pioutn to the Quit ajaq
tjroughout New England and the
Jo States, Norfolk oysters are uu
iirpassed in keeping qualities und
flavor. The Roods ?re shipped In cans
uni in favorable weather teach the*.'
ilusUnutlon almost as fresh as when
they came from the waters of tue
Chesapeake. The business Is worth
about *J.ooo.oou annually. There is
a prospect for a better season than the
last, and should the weather be auspi?
cious the packers expect to make
money. ? ,
There arc no hotter fishing grounds
on the Atlantic const than those of
Virginia. The catch was large hist
year and the volume of business showed
a satisfactory increase over the pre?
vious year. Ooods found ready sale In
The merchants of Norfolk are encour?
aged because in all departments ot
business the movement has boon for?
ward, steady and reliable.
The personnel of James O'Nelli'.
company, who appear at the Academy
of Musto to-morrow, matinee and
night. In "Monte Crlsto," includes sev?
eral welt known members of his old
company, .while the newcomers have
all done good work in other companies
of prominence. Those re-engaged from
last season are Kate Fletcher, W. J.
Dlxbri, K.l. L Hrcese. T. G. Llngham,
Hugh Cameron and Joseph Hawk,
while the new members Include ' nn
Radcllfte, 1. '.use Collins, lM'/i?.
JA.M KS O'NBILLl
-Uer. Frederick Hartley, Mark Ells?
worth, Aubrey Bosttle and C. J. Hil?
bert. Miss Radcllffe, who will be the
Lading lady, has doted In a like capa?
city for various companies of promi?
nence,?Sol Smith Russell, the Boston
The: tie Stock, the Philadelphia Grand
Opera House Stock, etc., and Is an
actress of wide experience, though
with nil the charm and vivacity of
youth. Miss rtndcllffe's mother is also
an actress of reputation, and has boon
vith Charles Frohman's companies for
a long time. She is known on the since
as Marlon Lester. Mr. O'Neill's '?lead?
ing heavv" this Reason will a?mln be
Ed. L. Breese, who did stich good
- . .;vr^: ;^v-?J^s
, V A te^N
"THK \soiti.n i? mixj:."
vvd:-K in this company l:i:U year, and
previously with Mile. Khea. Frederick
Hartley will play the hading juvenile
i les, bavins filled the same position
? ? '?i-1 :l -'???? ???m i M l'.Ii.t'.s coin
j puny. w. j. Dixon will assume the
character parts, and Mirk Ellsworth
I will direct the stage. Mr. O'Neill is this
y ar making a most elaborate revival
lot "Monte Crlsto," in which play he l^
really t ?> well known lo call for eom
Lment. Matinee prices, 25, 50 and T.r>
cents. Night. ??'.->, :>;>. 75 cents and \\M.
ivOSTER ft RIAL'S SEC< ND VAU?
The so (.ml of K?ster & Rial's vaude?
ville companies will be at the Acade?
my of Mush Thursday ami Friday
nights and Friday motinee. K?ster &
ItinJ have long hud the r< nutation in
the amusement world as the promoters
of flr^t class entertainments in their
ipoclal business, and attractions bear?
ing their name hive for their prime
? bjeel pleasing the public. At the head
of ibis company Is Bessie Bonehill, the
idol of the English vaudeville, nnd
more lately ot Hie American, who will
be Been in her latest act, than Is a -mel?
ody of wit and song gracefully1 carried
out by the ( harming lit He comedienne.
Gus Williams is a member of the or?
ganization, and to regular theatre?
goers he needs no Introduction, for his
ever ready Teutonic wit has; made him
a star in the dramatic profession', and
a favorite throughout this country,
Among the other members are. Seely
and \Vpsl, n wide):' kr.own musical
team; H itherta Pfyqe, a niece "f Fror
Ident MclClnli ; . who is n highly cul?
tured singer; Alfraciedn, the sensa?
tional erjuillbr'flt, who has made a na
tlr.p.:i reputation with her act: Harry
and Jenny Kramer, r teapi of" expert
(cycle riders ihnl have senroned their
turn with a ?rrc?l de- I of clean com?
edy, and Arnum and w.igr. r', a tunny
pair of Dutchmen that make.a merry
If1 If hour for ?hc audience.
!*>?:> l'-bf ' cd 1".
The oil year of bsos departed last
night In i Storni of wlpd and ra4n. and
the new yv ir of 1S'.:;> was* ushered in
mid pealing bells, abrejkjng whlcubv.
th > popping of (Tre-crackers and the
rhuslc tif bugles, cornets, triangles and
human voices. There was s"ine dis
rrd :n the a >ui ds, but the atorm aided
yv;onderfta!ly in harmonizing them. Had
it not been for the unfavorable weath?
er the new year would have received
a grea) ovation.
WIM Knier l'|inn sr 1h HhUk,,
Uev. .1. T. Rlddiek, cf North Caro?
lina, assumes the pastorate of the Oil
incttou end Deep Creek Baptist
Churches to-day. Before Mr. Rlddjck
received and accepted 1)10 eull to these
Di\ureh'c9i Rev. E. hi. pudley, of the
i'entral Avctjnc Hspttst Church. A *
lantlc City, prouahed at U.lmcrton ^
ne:w 1893 aj
When-you buy .1 Piano get a ^"oJ one. It Joes not cost you much more,
have it in your hone, it is a constant source of pleasure, instead of being an exper
quality of tone makes the music more enjoyable, ho not buy any Piano that does
provements. See what one of the Standard Musical Journals" of this country says.
From the "Music Trades" Of New York. November lOtb, l$98:
"There is nothing so particularly wonderful in the ^re.it demand for Stull*
and Grands, for they are 'first-class' inWuments in every respect and possess a ptmij
most artistic cases, which cannot tail to continue to add to then- already very long it:
There are over 21,OCX) of these celebrate J Pianos now in use throughout if
following letter shows what first-class musicians think of tit is piano.
Messrs. Stultz & Bauer:
Gentlemen Fit three years 1 have used one of your "Upright Grand Pi?nos'l ahdi
its high qualities, such as a full, Mellow and singing tone, a symphonic tone, which! c?Jj
its actions is light to the touch, and thtuetore. meets all requirements which only "firgt-cU
furnish. Yours sincerely,
Graduate of the Royal Conservatory of;
These Pianos will be on exhibition for the next ten days at the store on tljf
ClIARLO l l b SlRiiiiTS. It' von wish to hiy a Piano, you cannot only save moneyy
makes ever brought to this city. Sold for Cash or Instalments.
We can 1" ' Hind at this place until early in the year, when we open \vareroorny$?
few second-hand Pianos that we will sell very low.
DEATHS AND FUNERALS
MRS. LOUISA D. BYRNES.
Tho obswQuiea of Mrs. Louisa I).
Byrnes wife i,f Surgeon J. C. Byrnes
of the United tjw?tes Navy, was held
from the residence, t?9- N>1 York street,
at 11 o'clock yesterday ...'orniiig, in the
presence of a large ussenW'^s0- "h?
impressive servlee of the IrV^VCStant
Episcopal Church was condueteo ".v
Rev. Dr. C. E. Crammer, of Christ . ?
E. Church, and Bishop A. M. Randolph,
of the Southern Diocese of Virginia.
There was a profusion of beautiful
floral tributes. The remains were laid
to rest in Elmwood cemetery. Follow?
ing were tho poll-bearers: Messrs. It.
15. Cooke, R. A. Dohle. D. S. Burwetl.
\V. H. Doyle, Dr. George H. Rose.
Lieutenant Hugo Osterhatis, Lieuten?
ant Qulmby and Lieutenant Niles, of
the United States Navy.
MR. CHARLES EVANS.
Mr. Charles A. Evans died In this
city yesterday at 12 o'clock m. of pneu
monin, aged 10 years. Three brothers
survive him, Messrs. John, Frank and
Louis Evans. The funeral will be held
from the residence of his brother, air.
Frank Evans, on Wood street, at 3
o'clock this afternoon.
MR. WM. L. ROBERTS.
Tho funeral of Mr. William L. Rob?
erts, whose death was noted In these
columea yesterday, was held from the ]
family residence, on Maple avenue,
Bramble ton Ward, at 2:30 o'clock yes?
terday afternoon. The funeral services i
were conducted by Rev. E\. B. Mr.Cluer, I
of I'a.rk Avenue Churchy and tho re- |
mains Interred In Elmwood cemetery,
tho following gentlemen acting as
pall-bearers: W. H. Henley. D. E. Wil?
liams, A. J. Grant, R. L. Harrell, Geo.
T. Warren, L. O. Moore. ;
The funernl of Mr. Wm. L. Roberts
took place from his resilience. Maple
avenue, Hrambleton, Saturday after?
noon at 2:30 o'clock and was conducted
by Rev. Mr. McClucr, the Interment
being In Elmwood Cemetery. The pall?
bearers were: W. 11. Henlye, D. E.
Williams. A. J. Grant. R. L. Harrell,
George T. Warren and L. O. Moore.
A HniMlsome < alciiilnr.
The Virglnlan-l'ilot roportorlal rooms
now have displayed one of the hand?
somest calendars ever Bei n in this port.
It is a work of art, and the city editor
finds It necessary to sit by it with a i
gun handy to keep poachers off. It i.
n gift from Mr. Henry L. Addison, No. '
?JO Union street.
Perhaps Your Child
Suffers Like this One!
IT CAN BE CURED !
'<Ab0Ut TWO YEARS AGO our little
b..y k t In bei It. alth. LUMP'S appeared
IN HIS THROAT and in. feared that ho
had SCROFULA. Ho had CHILI.? and
FEVER frequently and lost his appetite.
REDUCED VERY Ml on IN FLESH,
HAD BAD BREtATHING AT NIGHT.
?HIS EYESIGHT WAS VERY MUCH
AFPBOTWD, and got ho bad ho hud to
ipiit school. I took b in to Dr. Flrey TO
EXAMINE) Illrf EYES, and was told
that THE POOR EYESIGHT WAS
CAUSED BY Tin: TROUBLE IN TUE
NOSE AND THROAT, for which I
placed him under Dr. Klrey's treatment
with most excellent results. HIS KYK
SICHT IS l:.:"TLR. APPETITE '.'INK.
no inor' chills and fever, und INSTEAD
OP LYING ABOUT THE HOUSE WITH
A DULL THIRD LOOK, be !s biluh:
and cheerful and l CAN'T KEEP IHM
IN." . H. MOORE
RS W. Highland Ave.
HAS OFFICES No 1 AND ! No JII '
MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE COMMER
CIAL PLACE, NORFOLK VA. '
9 to 12.30 A.M., 2 to 6 P.M.
SUNDAYS: 11 A. H. to i P. M.
SPECIALTIES: CATA RRH AND ALL
DISEASES OF THE LVR. EAR, KOSE.
THO AT AND STOMACH;
Consultation Always Free!
Meiicinss Free to Patients!
Terms Very Moderate!
More of the $18, $1<
Sack and Frock Sui
Friday and Siturd;
pletely wrecked so
are in the special
others?so the size
There are between
dred garments n<
choice of. Th^/et
?We know all?* M
ior dAH&in? values i
refif ?S?lle bart
maker at randoi
the benefit of the
risk of having theiv
son is over and thei
vice to you.
These Suits are
in several of the
in fine all-wool
word for it, they'll,
made, and they'll i:;
every penny of wh;|
The Suits are che
this season's goodsS
short full back Coats!
values at $18, $16. Sg
lose the chance to.bi
One ot the biggesj
Take your choice-)
LEADERS IN FIVES'
WE WILL OFFER SOJ
Bargains in Pianu
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. <??> in ''ski> J'iaxi s taken^'fjf
ii ?\. I; K.N'TK I) or VSX3> i--.W CONOK?^
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