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Washington, January 7.?Forecast for j
Virginia?Fair till Monday; warmer:
l:ght southwesterly winds, becoming
North Carolina?Fair; variable winds.
Maximum temperature . 3S
Minimum temperature. ?|4
Normal temperature .r- ?? il
Departure from normal .plus D
Departure from normal since Janu?
ary 1st .Plus
Rainfall In past 24'hours.11
Rainfall since first of month.31
Mean humidity .
Fair till Monday; colder; fresh west?
Run rises at 7:18 a. m. and sets at
5:00 p. m.
Norfolk?High water at 5:42 a. m. and
f.;oi i>. m.; low water at 0:00 a. in. and
12: os p. m.
Old Point?High water nt 5:21 a. m.
o-nd 5:40 p. m.; low water at 11:39 a. m.
and 11:47 p. m._?_
UPSHTJR?At Frederlcksburg. \"a.. on
the morning of January i!tb, lV'O, R?SA
DIE S ELD EN wlfo of Walter 8 Upshur.
The funeral will take place TIMS (Sun?
day) MORNING, January 8th, at :>:::n
o'el .ek from St. Mary's Catholic Church.
ADAMS.?At his residence, No. ion Molt
street. Saturday, January ?th. at 1:40 p.
m.. JOS. H. <-'. ADAMS, In the (Sth year
Funeral will take place front (he resi?
dence TO-MORROW (Monday) MORN?
ING, January 9th, at 11 o'clock. Friends
nnd acquaintances respectfully Invited to
Monuments and Gravestone?,
The selection of a Itlltabto
memorial In marble or gran?
ite can bo readily made lioin
our stock, for wo carry mo
largest assortment of tin sh
tol designs In the South.
W^TilE COUPER MARBLE WORKS
C sinhiwiicil 30 i'eitrN.)
tnti-in:: I tan St. .VuriolK, Vi?.
Notice of Removal.
Norfolk, Va., January 2d, 1S99,
The oftire of Receiver of liurruss, Son
& Co. has this day been removed from
No it Atlantic street to r om No. 224
CITIZENS' HANK BUILDING.
THEt ?1 '< 'HE S. < IARNBTT,
Heei K-er ol BttriU.-'. h'-itl <c Co.~
Norfolk, Va., January 1st. P03.
. The business of JAMES POWER ,"t
CD. '.- discontinued from this date, and
Mr. M. T. CASH IN, who has been con
duetti.K the same, is authorized to settle
the affairs of the late bus ness, Mr. Cash
In will contluuo In business for himself
and In his own nnme. and we commend
him highly to thos? with whom wc have
JAMES POWER .V CO.,
Hy WALK K OLD,
Norfolk. Va., January 1st, 1S99.
After having been connected with the
business of Jnmcs Power & Co. for the
past twenty years. 1 will cont nue busi?
ness from this dale in my awn name as
sucot=iior ol Janes Power >. Co, u the
came nlace, 26 RowUihI'm wharf Nui
M. T. CASH IN,
Successor of James l'ower i: Co.
M. T. CASH UN,
(Successor of Jnmeu Power A Co.)
20 ROWLAND'S WHARF,
Wholesale und Relall Denier In
OLD IRo.N, METALS, RAGS, ROPE
ANCHORS, CHAINS, SAILS RIG- '
OINGS, DAMAGED COTTON &c.
I nan always in the mark't for the nur
Ohus? of old wrecks, old steamers old
mills nnd old machinery of nil kinds.
Rein?.- woll provided with sub-marine
armor nnd diving apparatus, I am always
prepared to take charge oi all kinds of
sub-it:, tine diving work. ja?-.t
IN THE CLERK'S OFF I CR OF TUP.
Court ol Law and Chancery cf the
city oi Norfolk, Virginia, on the'mii Lay
of December, UK'S, in \.i it Ion.
A. P. Wnrrlngton, administrator of the
estate of .lohn No tly, deceased, ami as
Mich trustel. im ler n ? irtaln deed of
trust fr-'in Michael Glennan and Mary
K. Glenn, n, his wife, to the said John
Neely. do en Hid, dated the 1st day of
October, A P., IS'.ff; and of record in
the Clerk's oflii ?? of the Corporation
Court Of the City of Norfolk. Vir?
ginia . Plalnl IY
Michael Glennan et al.Defendants
i" Cl I A NCERT.
The object of this .mit Is that a certain
deed of t-.-t flout .Mi- h cl i ii 't.t.iri n id
Marv IC. Glennan, his wife, to John Nee?
ly, trustee, dated tin-. 1st of October u>'.<7.
and of record In the Clerk's office of the
Corp.nation Court ot the city of No: folk
may l.o construed and the rights of the
vn:tou.s partes thereunder may be deter?
mined by the court; and that an account
may he taken or all del.is secured in said
deed of trust and the order ol their re?
spective priorities: that the plaintiff in
this suit may dispose of the pr iperty e< u
veyed in sa d deed, and yet Undisposed
of. undtr the order and direction of the
An affidavit having been made that
there may be persons interested In tin
subject to be divided or dlsp mi tl of In
this cause, who are unknown, and Whose
names are unknown, and It further ap?
pearing that the hill states that there nre
or tuny be persona Interested n the sub?
ject to be divided or disposed f In this
Suit, whos* names are unknown, a id
makes such persons defendant? by a kcii
ernl description of parties unknown, it la
ordered that such unknown persons in?
terested In tho subject to tw divided or
d Fj) s.-d of in this cause appear within
flfio'-n days after due publication hereof
and do what may bi necessary to protect
their interest nnd that -Iiis bo published
once a week for four successive weeks in
the Virginlan-Pllot, a newspaper publish
eri In tho city of Norfolk, Va. and a
copy of the same be posted by the Cl rk
at the front doer of thi Court House, a.s
. required by 1 n w.
JU'NIUS A. COLEMAN, D. C.
A. B. SELDN ER. P. Q_dcl9-la w-4w
Too t.nle for <"i iim?o lie:.|ion.
171 OR SALE. ?'3 GOOD POOL TA
. bles i heap. Address .>.?7 East Srnm
bloton avenue, Ja8-3t
C~S OM-MENTS ARE I 'nn iH jbssa r V.
J There Is none better, nnd our prices
fill our place at .ill times and all places.
THE 15OST0N PHOTO CO . on the road,
now at 241 Church street for a Rhort lime.
6 Mnntello photos, 2.V-. Chance of the
season. McDkrma n n, Operator.
ANNUAL MEETING AND BANQUET
The Virginia Club held Its annual
meeting last night and elected Judge
Allan R. Hanckel president. The fol?
lowing gentlemen were elected to fill
Vacancies on the board of governors:
John N. Vaughan, J. P. A. Mottii, C.
c. Patterson, \V. L. WHIIams, J. E.
Heath, Jr.. W. F. Gregory.
The board of g. . ei n. rs will elect the
vice presidents and the secretary.
The annual banquet, also took place
BOYS WILL BE
BOYS, YOU KNOW
V. M. I. Alumni Talk of Re=
THE CASE A SERIOUS ONE
Tliey nlll>o|)Iore llio Action of I lie NtU*
<ipntM i?n?i Nny tury mkmiIci no Pan*
iMlK'tl, but Would klko lo See ill'
four Fellow* ltolu?tnt??l? Inci?
dents <>' College lAfo oilier .um?
tor? of liilcrCNl.
Among the alumni of the Virginia
Military Institute In rills city much in?
terest Is felt concerning the final result
or the dlsmlsslal of the first class a few
days ago for conduct bordering on In?
subordination. There Is but one opin?
ion, however, and that is that the class
should be severely punished for their
breach of discipline, but there Is also a
vein of pity among these ex-students
for the boys who are In such serious
trouble. While these gentlemen deplore
such c.induct, and condemn it in no
uncertain way,, yet they hope that the
spirit of punishment may be accom?
plished and the penalty so abridged
that reinstatement may occur and the
offense dealt with in Buch a mannet1
as to leave n lasting effect. The fact
that the students have been dismissed
Is In Itself a groa t humiliation, they as?
sort, and Is regarded as a never-to-be
forgotten lerson, but some of the alum?
ni think that it the men are reinstated
and reprimanded nnd made to promise
not to do so again In a public apology,
that tin? object of punishment wqulu
then be thoroughly accomplished.
ALWAYS IN FOR PUN.
(if course, it Is well known that most
all young men, when oft at college, are
in ; ?!? ail kinds of fun and amusement,
ami while these inclinations often load
them into trouble. In nearly every case
the oftenie is not ol the heart, but
simply over-anxiety for fun and prac?
tical jokes. There Is possibly hoi an
alumnus in the State but who some?
times during his college career took
part In s ime like escapades that
brlught down tho professor's blight,
but it is very doubtful if any real
wrong was evi r Intended.
Of course there Is a high moral tone and
code ot" honor among the pupils, and
very often these little affairs can never
bo traced to Us source. The tvhole class
is usually pledged to protect each
other, and the incidents of fun and
tricks that nro played very often have
to go unpunished.
This, however, does riot mean that
tho colleges do not try td ferret out
tin so jokes, b icause they always do,
and, as rules are very strict, when t%
fell) w Is caught he Is sure to be dealt
with according to military discipline
and the college rules regarding such
The recent case, though, seems to be
of n most serious nature, in that the
class had boon called up and told very
positively not to do the thing they did,
and then the fact that it was tlie se?
il I ?r class makes the offense all the
more deplorable, as the officers knew
bo-tor and should not have acted as
W HAT THE ALUMNI SAY.
?lud?.- Martin, of tho l.aw and Chan?
cery Court, in conversation on the ?ub
I "The case In question Is a most de?
plorable one, and those taking part in
it should be punished, but it seems to
be a pity that the entire class, with one
exception, should lie permanently dis?
When questioned as to pranks and
Jokes of college b >ys, tho judge smiled
as hie? memory took him back to the
days w hen he was climbing the ladder
I of fame nt the V.M.I, with a Latin
grammar under one aim and a musket
on the other.
"Hoys w ill be boys," he said, "and off
a I college they often play pranks on
each other and als ? on the teachers.
?:'"l?ivhi'ii tiny jr.1'" i.:114hl 111.A1?TTc"
dealt with pretty severely. I re'inom
ber a case where a practical Joker was
never caught, but the subject of his
prank paid pretty dearly for it. A man
on guard duty was walking his beat
on the hack piazza of the building. In
the course of his rounds he had to pass
Immediately in front of four pieces of
artillery. Ope of the pupils, in thb
darkness of the night, put a blank
charge in the cannon, and then, wait?
ing his chance, fired it just as tho sen
i try was immediately in front of tue
j great gun. Tin- shook was so severe
I tli.it th<- man was kno. k.d down, but
not much hurt. During the excitement
tin- culprit escaped, but the sentry was
punished f ir not detecting the scholar
who did the shooting."
Mil. Q. TAYLOE GWATHMEY.
Mr. Owathmey talked very interest?
ingly about the incidents that happen?
ed while he was at Lexington. Jiesaid
the most serious thing that occurred
was the blowing tip of the magazlnt?
a thing that was greatly deplored?and
had the corps of cadets ever discover?
ed who did it they would have joined
the professors in dismissing the men
He asserted that the scholars were al?
ways up to some Innocent prank but
very often they were caught and dealt
with pretty severely. H? sa|d the 1111 st
amusing incident that he could re?
member was one occasion when asentry
box was blown over with the guard in
it. terribly frightening the poor fellow
There was at the time n b ind of "Molly
Maguiies" at the college, and they
were up to nil sorts of jokes and fre?
quently fired bombs off at the doors of
the professors rooms. Thev were very
smart and were awfully hard to catch
SOME OF THE OTHEItS.
Mr. W. H. White was found in his
office, but was suffering very much with
a bad attack of grip. He Bald he was
at the institute during the war of the
States, and the boys were thinking too
much about serious affairs to think
very much about personal amusements
Tiny found time and Inclination, how
evi r, to indulge in auch actions some?
Mr. Walter H. Taylor said that jokes
w re often played during his scholar?
ship, and the cadets frequently had to
pay pretty dearly f..r it. Ho said the
classes always stood tOgethed in their
little "affairs,' and that on one occa?
sion the juniors, or, as they were term
ed. by the flirt class, "rats." became
miffed at some action of the seniors
nnd a regular light ensued. In which
about fifty of the youngsters proceed?
ed to do \ip the class of fifteen seniors,
one amongst whom was himself.
PETITION THE GOVERNOR.
Governor Tyler has received many
communications from the dismissed
pupils, and their friends, and some of ,
them have been to see him nnd asked
for his Influence In getting them back
to college. They don't claim to be in
nocent, but express many regrets for
their conduct and are willing to make
any sort of an apology.
There will be a meeting of the fac?
ulty next Thursday, when final action
Will be taken.
NT AT IS PRESIDENT t'OJIISO.
GALA WEEK FOE THE WOMAN'S
A great deal of Interest is being man?
ifested In the expected visit of State
President of the W. C. T. U., Mrs.
H?ge, to this city this week. She will
arrive here Tuesday and meetings will
be hold during tho week. The follow?
ing is the program arranged for the
occasion, which promises to be one of
the most pleasant In the history of the
The Brambleton W. C. T. U. will
tender a reception Tuesday afternoon
at :'.:::u o'clock bo Mrs. Howard M.
; H?ge at the home of the President,
; .Mi>. W. 15. Southall, North Park ave?
nue. The same night Mr. and Mrs.
: liege will address a mass-meeting at
1 the \\\ C. T. U. Hall, on Cdlcy avenue,
Atlantic city Ward. Wednesday at 12
o'clock Mrs, Hose will meet all mem?
bers of the Norfolk Union and their
friends in the Y. M. C. A. building.
Wednesday night they will hold a pub
lie meeting at Denby church. Thurs?
day r.fterr.aon at H;::0 o'clock she will
meet with the Berkley Union at the
home of the president. Mrs. E, J. West,
licrkley avenue, whore she will be tcn
dered a reception by the members.
Thursday night they will hold a public
service at Monumental Church, Ports?
All Y's of the district will have the
pleasure < f meeting with their State
President In the parlors of the Girls'
Home, corner Prower nnd Charlotte
streets. Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Friday night Mr. and Mrs. H?ge will
speak In the Baptist Church at Lam?
bert's Point. At each or the Informal
receptions and public meetings?every
one Is cordially invited, nnd nil who
are Interested in Christian temperance
werk will feel amply repaid for com?
ing out to listen to such eloquent speak?
ers. There win be good music on
Ml A BOA Ml AIR I.I MR,
IT TS SAID NORFOLK CAPITALISTS
ARE INTERESTED IN SALE.
There were no new developments yes
tcrdny in the Seaboard Air Line sale.
It was said that the deal was practical?
ly settled two months ago, and the suit
j Instituted by Mr. Ryan will have no
effect on the sale and will only delay
the confirmation a short while. While
it has been published tha.t New York,
Baltimore and Richmond furnishes the
money in the .syndicate, it is under
?? si ?d that there is Norfolk money in
1 the transaction.
l>.-> nth of Sir. Robert Cnnimelln.
This gentleman, who died in this city
at 211 Church street, January 3rd, was
at one time a member of the New York
. Stock Exchange, and was well known
in financial circles in that city. He was
a native of Scotland. His father, Mr.
John Commelln, was for fifty years an
official of the British Linen Company
Hank of Dumfries, entering the estab?
lishment in 1SH and continuing In Its
employment until retired on a pension
In 1861. Mr. Commelln was for some
years after his arrival in New York.con
nectcd with the banking house of Mart
land. Phelps ?c Co., of that city, as
cashier until he resigned to go into the
i banking business for himself at 44 Wall
street. About two years ago on account
of ill health he came South with the
hope of his restoration, and resided In
this city about twelve months previous
to his deatli. He leaves a wife and
d flight er.
Funeral of :rir?. VpOmr.
The funeral of Mrs. Walter S. Upshur
will take place from St. Mary's Cath?
olic Church this morning at 11:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Upshur's remains arrived here
yesterday and wore removed to her
husband's residence. No. 2G5 Bute
street. Accompanying the body were
Mr. Upshur, Mrs. Seiden, Mr. and Miss
Mr. Upshur has the sympathy of tho
community in his sad bereavement.
Only expressions of regret were heard
yesterday concerning the death of this
lovely young woman. She was greatly
beloved and a gloom has been cast over
the circles in which she moved.
.lit-, lamm-i I*. Ilrnnii llonil.
Mr. Emmet Parker Browne died at
the residence of his sister, Mrs- Annie
C. LeCompte, No. 607 South Park ave?
nue, at 3:15 :>. m. Friday. The fune?
ral will bo hebl from the house at 4
o'clock tills afternoon.
AI V. M. ?'. A.
Tho gifted Southern orator, Mr. W.
T. Bundick will address the public
meeting in Association Hall this
afternoon at 3:43 o'clock. There
will be special violin and vo?
cal solos by Professor Charles
Eorjes and Prof. W. II. Ward. Both
ladies and gentlemen are cordially in
Vlted to attend.
The sc--?>nd body and the freight and
bookkeeping course will commence
M ndny next. Now is the time to im?
prove your time.
Fires i.um Tenr.
The following statement regarding
the fires which occurred In Norfolk last
ir will be read with interest, espe?
cially as the Board of Trade Is making
an effort to secure a reduction of in?
Number of fires.;:V.V;S
Value of property .51,_16.}t>o
Total Insurance . ?2,800
Losses.? .? ? 1' .?:0
on Pleasure R?nf.
Mr. R. Lancaster Williams nnd a
party of guests spent Friday at Old
Pain:. Tiu-y are from Richmond nnd
are traveling in a private car of the
Georgia and Alabama railroad. They
came to Norfolk yesterday, and while
Mr. Williams, who ist president of the
Norfolk street railroad, was transact?
ing business, his friends went to Ports
mouth and visited the navy-yard, j
Those In the party were: Miss Ann |
Jackeon. of Baltimore; Miss Maud '
Stokes. Miss Walking. Mr. and Mrs. L. t
M. Williams. Mr. J. Stewart Bryan and
Dr. W. C Nolan, all of Richmond.
??II? Driver'* DKIlcuttlea.
Contractor Tatterson. who Is piling
for the Bell Telephone building on Wil?
liams street, has struck a quagmire
which is giving hint no little trouble.
Yesterday he was encountering the
difficulties Incident to unstable founda?
tion. All of the land In this vicinity |
was made not over fifty years ago.
therefore six or eight feet down water
is to be expected.
Tili; PUBLIC I?VITED.
TO EXPRESS OriNION ON PROPO- :
S1TION TO EXTEND CARS TO i
A meeting of the Legislative Com- \
; mitteo of the Hoard of Trade was held .
last night, with Col. C. A. Kosh In j
I tho chair and tho following members
present: W. W. Dey. M- T. Cooke. S.
I S. Nottingham, J. G. FIveash, R. B.
Cooke and John F. Lnwler.
At a previous meeting a communica?
tion was received from a member of
the board asking the organization to
urge the Councils to deny the petition
of the Atlantic Terminal Company for
a right of way over Atlantic street to
This matter came before tho com?
mittee at its meeting Friday night, but
action was deferred so that Mr. Lowen
berg, president of the Terminal Com
pony, could be heard.
Mr. Lowcnbcrg and his attorney.
Judge Wiiieojt, were present last night
anil stated that they were not wedded
to Atlantic street- They wished to |
reach Commercial Flace and if a right
of way could be secured by any other
thoroughfare they would be satisfied.
Hunk street would suit them just as
These gentlemen stated that they pro?
posed to bring JSOO.OOO worth of prop?
erty to Norfolk and did not think they
should be obstructed by Individuals who
objected to progress.
Hon. At. T. Cooke said that he thought
the people should be heard. He moved
that the committee adjourn till Friday
night at 7:30 o'clock, and that the prop?
erty holders on Hank, Atlantic streets
nnd Commercial Place be invited to be
present to state their views pro ami
-eon nnd that the newspapers be re?
quested to extend tho invitation.
Tl?l? (o llnTitim,
Mr. John L. Stevens, of Lowell, Mass.,
who arrived here Xmas Day and left
for Baltimore that afternoon, returned
here yesterday on his way home. While
in Baltimore he succeeded in getting
passage on a German steamer carrying
stores to Havana, and was there and
witnessed tho surrender of the island
to the United States nnd secured seve?
ral war relics. He will remain for ten
days before returning home, the guost
of Mr. John Hill and numerous frU nds
he has made on his many visits here.
BRIEF ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Mr. Fred Annspaugh and wife, of '
Lynchburg. Va., are at the Montlcello.
Mr. W. A. Wood, of Hampton, Is In
Mr. H. R. Walte and wife, of Minne?
apolis, are at the Montlcello.
Mr. John G. Unklfer, the contractor,
of Plttsburg, Is at the Atlantic Hotel.
Mr. R. F. Smith, of the R. F. Smith
Construction Company, Washington, D.
C. Is at the Atlantic.
Miss Nellie V. Mason, daughter of Mr.
M. W. Mason, who has been spending
the Christmas holidays at home, re?
turned to the New England Conserva?
tory of Music yesterday.
Tho firemen at stations Nos. 1 and 4
were called to Yarmouth street last
night at 10:15 by a false alarm from
box No. 53. It is believed that some
bad boy broke the glass in the box.
The Fort Norfolk Land Company has
declared a dividend of 6 per cent, on its
The Francis Barnes Y's held their
New Tear reception last night at the
home of the president. No. 245 Freema?
son street, nnd eight new members
Mr. W. G. Milhern is sick at his res?
idence. Front street, Atlantic City
Mrs. Geo. S. Rruce Is visiting her
daughter. Mrs. R. H. Rennett. Wll
loughby and Rose avenues. Bramble
The annual banquet of the commer?
cial travelers comes off on Monday at
Riney Woods Inn, Southern Fines, N.
Mrs. A. Remy has accepted a position
with Armour & Co.. manufacturers of
the celebrated nervine "Kafriko," nnd
has left for an extensive business trip
Rt. Rev. A. M. Randolph will preach
in St. Paul's Church at the 11 o'clock
Mrs. L. C. King, or 407 Main street,
has returned from her recent business
visit to North Carolina.
A large quantity of kale was shipped
via the did Dominion steamer last night
for New York.
The closing meeting of the union
week of prayer was held at St. Paul's
Episcopal Church yesterday afternoon.
My special request Miss Neely will
sing "Ninety and Nine" at the close of
the sprint n at Freemason Street Baptist
Owing to the sickness of Rev. G. R.
Stricker. D. D.. will not be able to
fill the pulpit of the Second Preshyte
rlan Church to-day. His place will be
supplied by Rev. G. W. Lawson,
The City School Board will hold Its
monthly session Tuesday afternoon.
The many friends of Dr. T. S. Good?
man, of the Marine Hospital Service,
who has been stationed in this city for
the past three and a half years, will
regret t > learn that he has been order
1 ed to Havana. ?nd left last night for
I Philadelphia en route thereto.
Mr. L. M. Nicholas, Commissioner of
Revenue, was in town to-day on busi?
There will be services at Oak Grove
this morning at 11 o'clock and at Both
esda at 3 o'clock by the pastor, Rev.
C. E. Watts.
Services at Pleasant Grove at 11 a
m. by the Rev. N. M. Mumien, pastor.
Our popular young doctor, C. F.
Casen. Is quite busy.
Mr. and Mrs. Gillett gave a delight?
ful social last evening. All present had
a very pleasant time. Miss Watts pre?
sided at the piano. The music was quite
a treat. Ice cream, cake nnd wine
were served to all In abundance.
Mr. L. C Ives has moved his engine
up to the fnrm preparatory to shelling
corn next week.
Mr. L. P. Ives left yesterday morn?
ing for Norfolk on buslnesa
.vi i:t:> l ( ii>. ?u ?-?:uur.
MERCHANTS PROTEST AGAINST
THE CSE OF THE STREET
The proposition, now before the Coun?
cils, to allow the street railroads to
belt Commercial Place with their tracks
is opposed by eighteen merchants doing
business on the street. The following
petition will tie presented by them to
the Councils at the t>< xt meeting:
Norfolk, v.l. D \ ::. ts.is.
To the Honorable Comtn a C uncll of
Gentlemen?Understanding that y >u
are about 'to consider the n [????
grunting a franchise, for running a new
track on Commercial Plai ?, I i a Btre< t
railway company, we. the undersigned,
persons owning property nnd doing'.
business along said area, d sire most
respectfully to present our objections
thereto and to pray you t<> epare our
city of favorable action t> Um petition
of this corporation applying :'. r some. ,
1st. That this open spa :e In the heart
of our city offers the one ? nly space
available for a parade gr until and tIn?
formation of cur military organizations '
on parade days.
2d. Our veterans have already raised
a considerable sum towards a Confede?
rate monument to occupy a part of this
space, and the time Is not far distant
when an attractive fountain should be
placed there as well
Stl. The approach to our c ty by the
ferry at the foot of this street is now
such an attraction ns to make a lasting
Impression on strangers eiifrlng our
i city from the South, and if ; ir this
reason only, the open way should be
held inviolate from the disfiguring < f
fect consequent upon its occupancy by
1 the street railway.
I Ith. The business Interests of our city
require at your hands the protection
you have in your power to give by pre
I venting the cramping of apace f >r load
1 lug and unloading merchandise about
i this open area, and us owners of prop?
erty and business men Interested, we
'most solemnly protest against the Injury
we should sustain were you to divest US
; of the advantages we now enjoy In the
furtherance of our business by reason
of this open frontage on Commercial
Place; nnd as citizens in common with
us interested in the growth -if our city,
we beg of you to spare us this one open
breathing space so delightful to our
eyes and so essential to our best in?
terests as a growing city, whose fu?
ture demands at your hands the sparing
of this one beauty spot nt the very
place where we would all most gladly
prefer to have it.
VIRGINIA CANDY COMPANY,
MONTAGUE ft BUNTING,
.1. W. MARTIN & CO.,
J. D. GAI.E.
W. P. IVES ft CO.
COOKE, CLARK ft CO,
B. F. DRAKE A CO.,
HARRY S. COLES
L. W. DAVIS.
L. P. ROBERTS;
OE< IRGE T A IT ? SON.
OLD DOMINION CANDY CO
.Ii IHN L. R( IPER LUMBER CO.,
GEORGE L. i 'ROW,
A. KIRN ft CO., Agents.
CONTRACT AWARDED TO MR.
PATTERSON FOR THE BUILD?
A special meeting of the Water Com
mlsslonsers was held yesterday nt 11
o'clock nnd bids were opened for erect?
ing the flltor building at Moores
bridges. These bids were handed In on
the 5th Instant and each was carefully
considered and the contract was award?
ed Mr. E. Patterson, nt $23,000. The
bidders were Williams Eros.. J2?.S66.60;
Halstern! ft Williams. $24,959.00; John
O. Dickinson. J21.979.00; E. Hart. $.'."?,
979.00; SS. B. Capps, J24.99t.00; A. E.
Holmes. J30^7S.OO; E. Tatters.n. f.:t.0w0.
The bid of Mr. Tatterson was $2,031
higher than that of Mr. Dickinson.
Notwithstanding the difference in the
bids, the board felt justified in award?
ing the contract to Mr. Tatterson, as
being more satisfactory. The contract
of the New York Kilter Manufactur?
ing Company calls for the payment of
Thus the totnl cost of the works will
It is stated that this is $23,000 In ex?
cess of the estimates which wer,, made
before the Water Department tuck up
the matter and determined to get a ni?
ter plant. The Water Commissioners
feel satisfied that it will be money well
tteuril ill llio silnlton.
Frank Leary went to the Philadelphia
wharf yesterday afternoon and asked
Mr- Harry Donnelly for the money of
another negro, saying he bad been re?
quested to get it. Twenty-four dollars
was paid to him nnd he toolt his de?
parture. An hour lat.-r he was arrested
j in a drunken condition and all the
I money was gone. It was afterwards
I learned that he had no authority to col
! lect the money and the charge of ob
I milling money under false pretences
I was preferred against him.
A Mother Whoso Child Was
Saved from Suffering
Had Inflammatory Rheumatism
and Screamed with Pain.
"One of my children was helpless with
inflammatory rheumatism and rheumatic
lever. He had been In a bad condition
for five weeks, and screamed nearly all
tho time with pain. Medicine ticemtd to
do him no good. One evening my hus?
band suggested that a pood blood purifier
was what was needed. Ho purchased a
bottle o( Hood's Sarsaparilla n:.d ;-.-;nn
giving it to bitn. From that time he im?
proved rapidly and soon ho was at>!-? to
attend school and could walk qulto n dis?
tance. He has never since hud nn attack
of this kind. I have given Hood's to other
members ot my family, and Qnd It '-mures
good health. 1 am artrong chain) .not
Hood's Sarsr.parillft." MBB. C. S.
Flktoher, Predericksburg, \ Ii
Is the best-In f.iet the One True Blood Pur tier.
*l ~ ^ ,> ? ? f-v ?, ? are purely tejtetuble, ro?
ll OOd S PlllS lul)l9< bentncwl- SM.
TEMPLES OF EQUITY
justice Meted Out to Sinners Yes?
: lie Wl<e Judge of Iho Pollco i'ourl
it JlrrctluJ nn?l Drain Gently ?tili
Hip ViifortitunlO* - 1 rooster* of]
And H cnms to pass that when the,
holiday s:asoii was over end most of
tho people had spout all that they had
and a groat deal that they did not have
that they took up ,their little grips'
and walked, nnd they dispersed into all j
the country "round about nnd quiet
reigned In th<> land. And when the
great ruler saw these things he was
glad In his heart and he called some
of the wise men about hiiri and spoke
to them cheering words, and to the
chief of his officers he said: "Go thee >
to Ro noke, that wicked city, and
learn of them nnd come back and re?
port to me. and 1 will go hence to
Richmond .that dead town on the river
called James, across from the village
of Manchester, and 1 will tipeak to
them in their chancery halls and cause
the dry boiles to rattle.
RETURNED To HIS PEOPLE.
Tho great ruler returned from the
benighted land and his people did re?
joice to see him again, and when, at
the appointed time, he came upon the
b< rich to judge si:, h of them as had
! violated the laws m de by the \vlse men
of Ghent or who disregarded tho man
! dates laid down by those people known
as the Board of Health. And many
I people came to do him honor and ho
j rejoiced v Ith them becniiBO he was a
! prophet honored In his own country,
i the only stone on the nandy shores of
i the Elizabeth. And he 'lid mete equity
to alt the people. eVcn those of Smith's
Inno nnd the district known as the
THE SINNF.HS Pl'NlSllED.
First there came one Philip, whose
surname was Mr En tree. He seemed to
be a weary traveller, nnd the dust of
the roads had gathered thick upon him.
even U?Oh his neck and his lace, and
hu hands were gam qiacalaced with the
smoke of the locomotive. He was piti?
ful to look upon, and the rui.-r told him
to go ami dip bin-self several times In
the river and to take the Seitboard Air
Line to the South.
Brlsto Bright found no favor with
tin- ruler. Ho was a Hnmtte ami la?
bored for one M. MeFarllltld, in that he
tended his beast of burden and drove
his chariot. Now. this black man was
wicked 111 his heart and did beat and
maltreat tho horse nnd the officers
brought him before the ruler, who de?
manded that lie pay to the treasury
forty pieces of silver.
STOOD AT THE GATE.
Daniel Taylor (not the one who was
cast into the den) stood at the gates
of tho city and would fain have eaten
of the crumbs that fell from the tables
in Rrnmblcton. lie was brought before
tho Judge, who ordered that lie be
made to leave the dty.
William Thompson did not walk cor?
rectly in the sight of the Ruler, and
It was commanded that he be locked
up and fed two days on bread and
John Sawyer, colored, charged with
assault, was made to pay costs.
Charles Rolong was ;t nuisance In
the land and found no favor in the
eyes of the Ruler, and it was ordered
that he be made to leave tho oily.
REMOVED THE SIGNS.
Edward Phillips, a white man. saw
the hand-writing of the chief of the
officers upon the walls of a certain
house nnd he tore the sign down nnd
carted It away. This was a grave of?
fence and the case will bo looked into
Jessie Wnddill, a darky damsel, did
attempt to cut one Jim Brown, nnd
the Judgo ordered that she be sent to
prison for tho term of three months.
Mattle Taylor, after the manner of
colored women, became disorderly on
the street in the night time, and she
was made to pay four pieces of silver.
Andrew Banks, a wicked negro, was
charged with stealing and his case will
be looked further into on the 17th, anil
this same mouth.
TRANSFERS OK REALTY.
In the Clerk's ollloe yesterday the
following deeds were admitted to
T. It. Right to IT. T. riiilpiits, the lot
with Improvements at the northwest
corner of Brambleton and Malt by ave?
nue:!, in exchange for property In Tan?
ner's Creek district, Norfolk county.
Joed C. White, executor of James G.
White, the lot with Improvements on
the west side of Fencliurch street, num?
bered i':t2 and 2:il:
Joel C. White to Joel C. White. Jr.,
tho above described properly: f'J "."?).
A. Gordon Steplienson to Franklin D.
Gill, a lot with Improvements fronting
twenty-five feet on the north side of
Avenue R. Altnntlc City Ward; (650.
Mi ITI?N OVERRULED.
In the Court of Law and Chancery
yesterday morning, Judge Martin on
the bench, argument was heard on the
motion for a new tri 1 In the conti I
will case of Georpe Kemp, on old col?
ored man. Judge Martin said ho heard
nothing in the evidence to warrant the
belief that Kemp's mthd was unbal?
anced and overruled the motion for a
now trial. Counsel Swank, for the
pit Intlffs, filed a bill of exceptions and
will carry, it Is said, the case to the
Court of Appeals.
Tili; POLICE WIM, ASSIST.
THE S. P. C. A. HAS FRIENDS IN
At the solicitation of the S. P. C. A.
here the police department have taken
, up the subject of cruelty to animals
and will in the future lend to thai
most worthy Organization its strong
arm in reducing and prohibiting cruelty
to dumb creatures. As a result of the
excellent work of the police force a
number of arrests have been made re
een'ly ami the good work will be prose?
cuted until the mistreatment of dumb
nnimals is reduced to a minimum or
Justice Tomlln Is hi thorough sym?
pathy with the in ivemcht and his able
assistance can always be counted on,
and the fellow who is cruel to his
horse or to any other dumb creature,
that is brought before His Honor may
r?st assured that he will be punished
as his offence deserves.
Nmiilny Srttonl i iiicrln.liiniewls.
The Salem Baptisi Sunday School, of
Norfolk county, had their entertain*
merit Friday nigh:. It was a decided
success In every particular. Among
tho attractive and Interesting features
was an address by Rev, L. Xi. Christie.
WASHINGTON, D. C. .
Gldssl in a.c$; longest locatedj ?
Ear grcSuale [no schools;
?? ' :i? '!i'-nf?ifih? Heart. K?rr?t. Brtto,
auth, Kiin.J. tni OlaiM.r. M .-v. J.,,?,.
-?.jil Weafcaet*. ?nJ ?1! 8po<-i?l D!?-?,.? or ?itb.r Ml.
? Variocel?, and II/JftKcIo nnJ without coI'.Idi
? Nopain. K? laat of Unto. A pro??? ml
? -? ?- ? -ilr- c:t: r?r.!?"l. t?jrr>llill* (?n.r ?!????)CortJ for
It norearjr or poHih. No .tp???^. riat.nta
?r? ??! i .-..'-.'.Ir t-t malt. S?*'l ajrtnptoa blank,
s IIA HO KS WtW, CONSOLTATIOX FIlltFt._
Great Bargains !
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY BAR?
Reefers. Short and Long Coats
and Infants' Wear.
A few loft In striped Ijomb'a Wool
WAX.KING rOATS. trimmed In Whlta
Uamba Wool reduced from 14.00 to $1.93.
\V*. keep nil the Popular Make of the R?
.<t G. Corsets Ferris Waists. W. V.
Wa!stS and Shoulder Braces.
Stamping a Specialty. Call at " t
MRS. A. ADLER,
366 MAIN STREET,
j CHAS. M. STIEFF,
M0NTICELL0 HOTEL, Granby St.
Christmas Is the time to brighten the
i home, no more appropriate or lasting gift
', than a
' The refining Influence of -which will b(|
felt in tho years to come.
Tone, Quality and
excelled by no rlano made to-day. Our
instruments are in the tlnest educational
Institutions In this country. No better
Cecoiumendation can be offered.
PIANOS AT ALL PRICES.
Call, examine our superb stock, and
f-rmr+re-rnur cwu iump.ll IgUils.
CH?S. M. STIEFF,
MONTICELLO HOTEL, GRANDY ST.
JOHN J. FOSTER, Manager.
HAVE YOU TRIED
LRXBTIVE B BO PID QUININE
ITS A WINNER.
TOR SALE AT ""rr?rJ
Trotter's Drug Store,
SSS Main street, cor. Church
DAIRY TRADE ARE TNVITED TO
Inspect our new Mil.t, FEED.
Unsurpaaaed by anything offered to the
trade for producing Milk. Price below
competition, Michigan Green Clover Hay
for Milk Cows also.
D. P. FtEID & BHO.
Owing to the enormous rush of business
nt our Market Square storo we have de
cided to close our liutn street storo and
devote alt of our time to tho Market
s mare store. Very respectfully \v. a.
i:? INNEV & SONS. tU and 0:t N. w Market
square. Phonos, new, "IS; old, 755.
Bogatou Hotel For Sale.
At auction MONDAY. JANUARY 16th,
IS99.?10 rooms, stable and garden; nearest
to railroad station.
Q. HENRY PINCH,
MR EUGENE F. MARKS, organist of
the Freemason Street Baptist Church. Is
prepared to slve instructions in piano
playing, l.iszt Technique, according to
tho method of the celebrated concert
p anlst, Tercso Cnrreno; Voice Culture,
Leipzig conservatory method: and eompo
sltlon. For t- rms and testimonials call
<?:? address at No. 200 Freemason street,
corner Brewer. Special rates made fop
beginners in Instrumental music. de2S-lm
NOTICE OF PARTNERSHIP.
Norfolk, Va., January 1st, 1S99.
Notice Is hereby given that the eo
i Of QARNETT & GARNETT
Attorney.-?at-law, has been formed for
the : of law In the St ito and Fed
ll I ; :;: Virginia. Oftloes Noa, 224
and -'- Citizens' Bank Building.
THEODORE S. GAItNKTT,
THEODORE S. GARNETT, Jr.
ft Full Set. 13.00.
t. Gold Filling. $1.00.
I Silver Fillings, 50c. up.
t. Gold Crowns. ?5.00 to $10.00.
r Vll ii zed Air. SOe., for the painless
extraction of teeth.
f Th < leading physicians of Nor- Ji
? folk recommend Vitalized Air, as V
L it Is perfectly safe. /
11 ALBANY DENTAL PARLORS, )
F DR. W. W. FREEMAN, Mgr.,
374 Main Street.
13 Cylinders given away with
^ each instrument you buy. Flneat
(j collection of music to select from ii
>? In the Stato. Graph-^phones at $10, /j
'? 312.00. 115.00. 125.00, $40.00. $50.00. Re- ?
y member wn kivo you FIVE DOU
1 ARS WORTH OP RECORDS free
ff with each machine we sell. *\
I MARCUS MARX,
171 MAIN STREET.