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NEWS AND BUDGET
Governor Tyler Planning a
Trip to Havana.
BUT THINKS HE CANNOT GO
A A'rvr Vurhrr Fiend* For III* Son
Who II'M Expelled From tlio fII
Inry, Imtllulc -scheme lo Kim n
i.in.' sue inner* From >m fnili lo
??<>iiin AnioFlcn?Memorial window
I nnkriiplcy FctltlOus,
(Special to Vlrginlan-Pilot.)
Richmond, Va., Jan. 10.? Governor
Tyler has been planning a trip to Ha?
vana this winter,, or rather, consider?
ing If it be possible for him to make
such a trip. He thinks lie cannol go.
He would be gone ten days or two
weeks at least, and cannot spare so
much time from his public duties.
Colonel Morton Ma rye, Auditor of
Slate, also wants to go to Havana to
sec Ids son, Captain Philip T. Mary?,
captain of Company C. Fourth Regi?
ment, but he thinks he cannot spare so
PLEADING FOR SON.
Governor Tyler received a letter from
a New York gentleman lo-day asking
him to do nil in his power for Iiis son,
who Is n hiembcr of Hie first class re?
cently expelled from the Virginia Mili?
tary Institute. The Governor continues
to receive numerous letters of this
character, and the wholesale expulsion
of the cadets Is still a general topic
nt the office of the Governor. Adjutant
General Nalle and stale Treasurer
Hnrman, Vlrglnlu Military Institute
nlumni. disvnss the mutter every day.
General Nulle Is cx-oflielo member of
the Hoard of Visitors, which meets at
Lexington the 25th of this month. It is
the general opinion thnt General Shlpp
will recommend the reinstatement of
the iinyr, It tw regarded us eel tain lliai
whatever recommendation made by the
superintendent will be adopted by the
board. General Shlpp has the absolute
confidence ut the board and of every
friend of the Institute.
The following special from Washing?
ton to-day tells the story of the great
scheme of the seven railway lines cen?
tering In Norfolk to establish a line of
steamers between that city and South
American ports. The special referred
??The seven railroad lines converging
nt Norfolk propose to run a line of
st Oll mors lo South American ports from
Norfolk, and to give through bills of
lading frein, any point In the 1'nited
States io destination. The expenditure
? of between $r>.000.004j nnd uOO.OOo will
be made necessary If the plans are car?
ItEVORE THE HOUSE.
"Mr. T. .1. Klmbull appeared before
the Hon.-.' Committee oh Merchant Ma?
rine and Fisheries this morning as the
r.??presenta 11v.? .if tin; seven roads re
To Gain Flesh, to Sleep Well, lo
Know What Appetite nnd
Cooil Digestion Mean.
MAKE A* TENT OF ST U A KT * .1 l>VS
1*1 CM \ TA III.Li's.
No troublq Is m re common or more
misunderstood thin nervous dyspepsia,
people hnvlnn it think I heir nerves arc lo
blame and ore surprised that Ihey are not
cured by nerve medicine*. The real seat
of Hi" mischief is lost sifrhi of. The
stomach is th* organ to be looked after
Nervous dyspeptics often do not have
any pain whatever in the stomach, nor
perhaps any of iho usual symptoms of
stomach weakness. Nervous dyspepsia
sh ws Itself not in the stomach so much
as In nearly rvery organ. In .some cases
the heart palpitates and is Irregular; in
Others Hie kidneys are affected; 111 others
the bowels are constipated, with boad
uehes; sun others are troubled with losa
of flesh and appetite with accumulations
of fia?, sour risings and heartburn.
IL !s sift lo say that Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets will .ore any st' in a h weakness
or disease rxept cancer of tho stomach.
Thev cure sour stomach, gas, loss of
flesh and appetite, sleeplessness, palpita?
tion, heartburn, constipation and head?
S. nd f >r valuable little book on sf.mach
diseases by addressing E. A. Stuart Co.,
Marshall. Mich. All druggists sell full
sized packages al cents. I'rof. Henry
w. Becker, A. M., tho well known re?
ligious worki r and wr t r of St. Louis.
Secretary of the Mission Board <t the
German Methodist Church. Chief Clei4*
and Expert Accountant for the Harbor
nnd Wharf Commission. 1'ublic .Secre?
tary for the St. lull's School Patrons'
An ilatlon, and the l?istr;ct Conference
of Stewards of the M. 13. Church; also
talus an active part n the work of the
Epworth League, and to write on religious
and educational topics for sevi ral maga
sines. How ho found relief is bist Cid
in his own words:
"Some weeks a^o my brother heard m.
say something about Indigestion, and
tak'iiK a l>ox from his pocket said "Try
Stuart's Tablets." I did, and was prompt?
ly relieved. Then I Investigated the na
turo i f the tnblets and became satisfied
that they were made of Just tho riirht
things and in jMst the right proportions
to aid in the assimulation Vf food. I
heartily endorse them 'n nil respects, and
I keep thrni conatnnly oh hand."
I will guaraatee
that sty KJssey Cure
--111 care 99 par cent,
of all farms of kidney
eomplalat sad In
many laitascea tks
moat serUas farms of
Krigkt'. ?li?ast. )f
the cltaas* la com
plicated seae a fenr
ousce flal ef urine.
We will esalyie It
01* ndTlso you frc*
what U *??
At all aiUMbt*. St?, a tUI. Sali? to B-altti
ferro a to above, and said If the Tlanna
Payne bill pissed with the Edmunds
amendment, the line would certainly be
put into operation.
The Hanna-Payne bill, which is now
before both houses of Congress, Is des?
ignated "to promote the commerce and
increase the foreign trade of the United
States and to provide auxiliary cruisers,
transports and seamen for government
use when necessary.' The feature of
the bill Is the subsidies granted
"The Edmunds amendment provides
thai the Secretary of the Treasury
shall be empowered to make contracts
with steamship companies to pay sub?
sidies on vessels t(i be built later after
they are completed, such cor tracts not
to be affected by n repeal of the Hahna
Paync bill. Senator Hnnna lias ox
presscd bis assurance that his bill Will
become a law, and 1 am told that there
is no objection to the amendment?that
It was an a fieri bought-"
TO DEDICATE MEMORIAL WIN
On next Sunday morning the beauti?
ful window, representing st. John, the
Evangelist, erected in Monumental
church to the lu'e Itrv. Kenner S. Slick
hey, will be unveiled. The window
was made by It. It. Lamb, of New
York, and Is handsome in every re?
spect, <?n it is the inscription: "He
that Loveth Hin Itrothcr Abldcth in
The dedication services will be con?
ducted by Rev. Junlus Moore Horner,
the recently consecrated Bishop or
Western North Carolina, and a. life
-long-frit-?d-of-MT.-SttrknTPyT: r.t. ltev.
Robert A. Gibson, llishop coadjutor of
Virginia; Itev. Benjamin Dennis, re dor
of Meade Memorial church. Manchester,
and the Present rector of Monumental
church, Itey. \V. A. Harr. Rev. Mr.
Horner will preach the memorial ser?
mon. Mr. Stlckney's pastorate ?t. Mon?
umental church extended over nearly
three years. During till1? time lie won
the love of the young and old.
llanbury w. Davles, of Barton
Heights, lilcd a petition In bankruptcy
in the United states District court,
through Ids counsel. Mr. (Ipiiiko J.
Hooper, .Jr. The petition stale? that
Mr. DaviOS Is a clerk. His liabilities are
I2.934.2S, of which sum $2.035.50 is a debt
due the Richmond Perpetual P.uildlng,
Loan and Trust Company. The nssets
are placed at $1,534.(5. Some books,
valued at $T.:'r., are claimed as home
Btcad exempt ion.
Mr.-Hooper also liled a petition for
William Fount til tie Tanner, of Henrlco.
He Is n lec.oihotive enulneer and owes
small debts aggregating $2,lS7.s4. His
assels are valued at SI,357.05. He claims
articles valued at SlCP.ii under the
Rev. Donald Guthrie will be Installed
next Sunday as pastor or the Second
Presbyterian Church to succeed Dr.
Moses D. H?ge. He has been en-p.isier
for nearly a year. 'He Is from Canada,
young, able and popular.
The Hoard of Aldermen to-night con?
curred in the appropriation made by
I lie Council of $.!,00i) to defray the cost
of coinpulsdry vaccination.
The Big Steamer Slienandoah Not
Yet Heard From,
Newport News, Ya.. .Tan. 10.?The
Chesapeake and Ohio liner Slienandoah,
which sailed from Liverpool, Decem?
ber ?Uh, and was due to arrive here
January Glh, allowing fourteen days
for the voyage, has not vet out in ao
Although so much delayed there is
not the slightest reason why any appre?
hension should be felt for the safety
of the vessel.
The chances are that her progress has
been delayed by the terrific westerly
gales thai have been prevailing on the
Atlantic throughout the last two
weeks, and as at this season of the year
fog Is rarely nbyent from the Ba.nks
there Is a prohabil.ty that this also
has served to retard her progress.
NO TRACK OF THE ltOPV.
No trace has been found of the body
of Jnmes Watklns, the boatman who
was drowned in the river about a mile
off the cityayesterday morinTig while
bringing Mr." S. It. Osimni to Newport
News from Chiiekatuck Creek. It was
I thought that the body might wash
ashore at some poini on the river, but
no such report has been received yet.
Mr. Osman returned home this morn
Ing. Before going he. stated that if lie
o\e, reached Crittenden Farm again
lie thought this would be Iiis last trip
across Hampton Roads, as lie has had
a narrow escape each time he started
from Norfolk or Newport. News.
Yesterday a very persistent and Ubi?
quitous rumor was circulated about the
city to the effect that James M. I5nr
ton. proprietor of Harton's Theaire,
had killed himself in New York. It
filled the air for some time, and the
telephones to the place were kept hot.
for awhile. Down at Bnrton's the re?
port was denied and later in the even?
ing a telegram was sent to Mr. Bar?
ton asking him if it was a fact that he
had committed suicide.
Later in t!i ? day Mr. Barton wired
back that there must be a mistake
somewhere, as he was well nnd his trip
Invitations lias been issued by Mr.
and Mrs. Sl!: = >n S. -Robinson to the
marriage of their daughter, Ellen Gl
seal, to Mr. Ralph Worthington Oms
by, which Will take place nt the Firs'.
Baptist Church Wednesday morning,
January ISth. nt 10 o'clock.
The bride-elect Is popular in social
circles, and Is considered one of the
city's most in nutIful women.
Mr. Crosby is employed In the rer
vice of the Government at the Newport
News Shipbuilding apd Dry Dock
Compnny as draftsman, and is univer?
sally liked in the city wboro his friends
TOWN OF SUFFOLK.
Elisha Ellerby Faces Two Charges
I*ro?|iertln|[ ForMTile I'lnni-Iterep
ttOir lo II list, nl IrlKln ? All
I.n.llrs* Fnrtl ?'lnb-A'oles About
l'copl? You Know.
(Special te> Virglnian-Pllet.)
Suffolk, Va., Jan. 10.?Charged with
two crimes, both felonious, Elisha Eller?
by says lie can prove an alibi in eai li
case, itut Ellerby's witnesses didn't
appear In court to-dny. That's why
the case was continued till January 10.
Ellerby was sent back to Jail by Pre?
siding Justice A. P. Eley. Judge It.
Rawles Is counsel for the accused.
Ellerby is charged with shooting it.
Wi Owen with intent to kill. Th< re Is
also a case of store breaking against
him. Ellerby claimed the witnesses by
whom he could prove tin alfbl live In
Princess Anne county nnd was given
time to produce them. Ellerby was ar?
rested by Hurricane ''ranch near Nor
folk in December.
PROSPECTING F<iR TILE PLANT
It's possible Suffolk may soon have
another new enterprise. The Industry
has just reached the Initial Btuges ? f
being prospected. Mr. J Clark and soil,
of Ohio, in company with local I'lUgena
have been looking through territory
contiguous to Suffolk lO find a sub able
site for a tile plant to cost $13,000 t.>
$15,000. The exact kind of clay has hot
hern located yet. but the Investigation
will he pusher! further before the enter?
prise is abandoned. Most of the clay
Inspected near here contains too much
sand for the making of tiles The pro?
moters should be accorded every avail?
able courtesy and encouragement.
RECEPTION Tri MUSICAL ARTISTS.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lotzia this even?
ing pave a reception at their home, 10
Franklin streel. complimentary to a
quartette of musical persons. The
guests of honor were: Miss Jeannette
Knox, organist at the Christian Church;
her sister. Miss Nora. Knox, of Caw
dersport, Pa.: Miss Florence Harvey,
leader of thp-r^trristlsri rh'ilr. itllfl~Ml>ir
Mary easier, organist at the Main
Street Methodist Church, and formerly
of the Christian Church. Other mem?
bers of the Christian choir were among
the guests. The hours were fre.ni t to
11. Delightful refreshments were
Sins. BRANCH DEAD.
Mrs. John Branch died at 10 o'clock
last night at her home on Poplar ave?
nue. She was fiT years old. Her hus?
band survives.. The funeral took place
this afternoon from the Christian
Church, and was preached by Dr. YV.
TV. Staley, pastor. The interinpnt was
in Cedar Hill, the followins; being pall?
bearers: Robert Rabr. Charles shaok
eifor.l, Virginlus Kllby, J. \v. Hosier,'
T \v. Artman, R, J. Bartleu.
LIQUOR CASH FRIDAY.
"William D. Holland, through his at?
torney, S. K. Everett, to-day mad" for?
mal application before County Judge
W. J. Kllby to sell liquor in Holy Neck
district, near Yellow Brandl. The case
will be heard next Friday.
ALL LADIES' CARD CLUB.
Tho new card club was successly
launched this afternoon at th* liuine of
Mrs. M. T. Withers, 139 Main street.
It Is an all ladles' club, organized for
the playing of cards, principally whist,
every Tuesday afternoon. There are
an even dozen charter members: Mrs.
J. C. Smith. Mrs. C. J. Rlddlck, Mrs.
N. R. Withers and .Misses Louise Twlt
ty, Virginia nnd Mary Jordan, Bessie
cropper, Janet and Nan Withers. Sue
Urquhart, May Skiles, Josephine Cau?
sey. A lunch of chicken salad, beaten
biscuit, crackers and salted peanuts
was served. The club will meet again
next Tuesday at ":V.O in the afternoon
with Miss Josephine Causey.
A SMALL SAW MILD.
Phllhower & Co. started up a little
saw mill in town to-day. Its site is at
the corner of Main and First streets.
The mill is run by horse power. To be
more specific, there is one bore and
one mule that generate the force by
treading on an inclined plane. There
Is one circular saw that Is used to dis?
sect fire wood. Sometimes It stops In a
11BRE AND THERE NEWS.
Mrs S. P. Darden. of Lawrcnceville.
Va.. concluding a visit to Mrs. O. K.
Pinner, left to-day for home, accompa?
nied by Miss Eva Darden.
Messrs. R. L. Campbell, of Richmond,
representing the Virginia State, and
R. 1'. Spencer, of Columbus, Ca., rep?
resenting the Georgia Home, -were In
Suffolk to-day to fix the loss on Mrs.
W. T. Jones' residence, near Cypress
Chapel. The loss will be adjusted to?
The Suffe/lk Literary Club will meet
at 4 o'clock to-morrow afternoon, with
Miss Julia rhilllps. on Main street.
The readers will bo Mrs. John It. Pin?
ner and Miss Klir.abeth Scott Hooker.
Mr. Milton O'dell. of Washington. N.
C, is visiting the family of Mr. W. T.
Graham. No. 17 Franklin street.
Miss Maty Saunders has returned
from a visit In Portsmouth.
Miss Annes Alford returned from
Norfolk to-day. where ehe had been
spending a short time with friends.
Mr. G. L. Borum left to-day for Kin
ston, N. C.
Deputy Collector of Internal Reve?
nue R. O. Deyer was in Suffolk yes?
Mrs J. R. Harrison nnd daughter, of
Henderson. N. C, concluding a stay
with Mrs. B. F. Ashburn. at No. 1ft
Saratoga street, left to-day for a visit
to Windsor, Va.
Mr. W. B. Cahoon has finished a stay
with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J.
Cahoon, in Suffolk, and Rone South on
a commercial tour.
Mr. C. J. Dennis has returned from
a trip to Baltimore.
Mr. Neely Thomas, of Portsmouth,
has concluded a stay with Captain W.
ti Cramer. Mr. Thoma? I? part owner
in schooner C. R. Leet, of which Cap?
tain Cramer is master.
WILL 00 ON YOUR BOND.
We have Just 'xeeuted a bond of JDO.'OO
for B. J'. & J. L Gay, as administrators
of the estate of John M. Gay, deee;:;,- ,|.
and are prepared lo go in your bond for
any desired amount and at the shortest
possible notice. We will -save you money
if you will call on us.
WOODARD .V ELAM, Agent*.
Ml persons botrlinr claims aenlnst the
estate of ALKN BYRD, deceased, will
please present th"m to me at enco for
MILLS ROGERS, Administrator;
j)sitf-Aw Cuutk*nu.u, va.
The Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, nnd Which has been
in tiso for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
> and lias beeil made under his per?
sonal supervision sine? its Infancy?
Allow no one to deceive, yon in tins.
All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd Substitutes are but BSx
periments that triflo -with and endanger Hie heal til of
Infants and Children?Experience ngainst Experiment*
What is CASTOR!A
Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium? Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishnoss. It eures Diarrlitvu and Wind
Colie. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It nSsiniilatcs the Food, regulates the
Stomach and IJowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea?ThO Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORS? ALWAYS
jrt Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMC CtlTtun CtUWHf, TT Mil 1.?, ?TWttT. BtllHOK CIT*.
Never within the recollection Of the oldest citizen ha
taken place, that can in any way compare with this one.
COMMENCING JANUARY 1, 1899,
We will ofler (he best of foods in all departments at unheard of prices.
Those attending this "GREAT SALE," will at once he able to
sec for themselves, that the "pruning knife" has been applied to this
stock in a manner without precedent. Come early and don't miss this
'srrat host" of bargains, which will probably never be equated again.
Black, Colored and Fancy Dress Goods,
Silks, Laces and Velvets,
Table Linens, Napkins, Towels and Quilts.
Ready Made Skirts, Linings, White Goods,
Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets and Ribbons,
and in fact all of our fine stock must go, and go fast.
The early bird catches the worm, and we trust that a word to
the wise will be sufficient.
This sale will continue until FEBRUARY I, 1899, at which time
MR. S. DOZIER will retire from the linn.
All parties indebted to us will please call and settle their ac?
WE LEAD IN QUALITY.
Competition comes purling along behind but never
catches us. We are always belore them in every
line. No (inn dares or dreams of giving
SO MUCH FOR A DOLLAR
As wa do. We e'vi? Ihn most. Nobody
of anything Is the line of
in Rivo m'ro than that. When In nerd
FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES, cxc.
It would be to your advantage to give
us n pall and c't our piirri beforo pur?
Of exclusive designs, at the lowest prices
ever heard of, for articles of such style
nnd quality. Always on hand n full and
complete line of Dining Room Furniture.
Tho prices are sure to stilb-?
At all prices and with all tin* latest styles
of carving and designs. Chiffoniers,
Wardrobes, Dressing Tnuli a, and In fact
everything necessary for tho making of
u eozy bedroom,
Tim largest lino of Carpots, Mftttinrs
IJn !. inns and nil c! ,ih . !?, th* city at
rock bottom prices, which Include laying.
CHSH OR CREDIT,
iiiL I5o Loughran.
3I0 und 321 Church Street.
Eastman K< dak Co.
They make t
.. liest Woisks und Suppll
r.tiy receiving frr.-.h suppl!
And no other Camera Company.
and we nro the sales agents for
We are the Norfolk agents for the
Pat k Philipps & Co. G neva Watch ?
We c\rry th.? best grades of Gold nnd S.ivor and nuoto the lowest prices 01
same. Our sto I: Ii growing to us normal Condition and anything In our lines eai
be supplied Immediately and on short notice.
C. F. GREEN YtfOOD & BRO., 318 Main Street.
SCHOOLS AND -COLLEGES.
? ness Ce'.legs.)
Corner Orsnhy street and ritv Hall
avenue. No-folk, Va.. r,.-sins TUESDAY,
JAM ATIY 3RP. Make your arrange?
ments ta matriculate on that date.
rar Inrorrnalie-n concerning course ot
Instruction, rates of tuition, etc., call At
the I nlverslty or send for catalogue.
J. W. KESSLER,
SOLO AT COST.
615 PTEflS BHD BBBIflTOBS.
Heating by Gas no longer an experiment*
CITY GAS COMPANY,
H. L. RICE. J. J. HUMPHREYS,
Superintendent. Acting Secretary.
IX THE ORATES OF IT3
Toms Creek Coal!
KONE BETTER. TRY IT ONCE.
There's a world of difference In fires.
They're like people; some bright and
cheery, others gloomy and dull. For
downright need company, even If It doe*
make you stand off. It's hard to beat a
Toms Creek lire. We also sell all sizes
Your orders always have our prompt
TRIGG & WILMER, Agents.
I 65 GllAXBY STREET, Main Office.
115 N1VISON STREET. Yards.
A fresh supply of tha
The .superior of all grate coals.
We are the sole agents.
Geo. W.Taylor & Co
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
6t GRANBY ST. 'Phone 34.
CENTRAL WHARF. 'Phone 1)7.
We have en hand a fresh supply of?
Uavlng-reeently put In a Splitting ma,
chin* tt? now malte ns extra charge tol
Persons having wood staves will d>
well to order
COAL of ALL KINDS
and best quality, at lowest market Priofi
at wholesale aad retail.
No. IM Main 8t.. Norfolk. Va.
WATCH FOR 1899.
To everv cash purchaser of a ton of
coal fron-, us until further notice, we
will give 1 card endorsed by us which
Will entitle the holder upon payment of
j. 95 to one elegant Electro Oelci-piated
w ii or 1 handsome case of Bllver
plated Ware, containing 6 Knives. 6
Tablespoons and S Teaspoons. We have
sdy delivered several ?f these watches
v. nnd keejt excellent tlrna. Cata?
logue at our office.
CHAS. E. SCOTT & CO.,
200 LOVITT AVENUE.
per Colored Spots, Aches. Old Saras. Ul
errs tn Mouth. Hair Falling* Write COOK
REMEDY CO.. lfiT? MASONIC TEMl'LB.
Chicago, HI., for proofs ot cures. Capital,
ijOu.WO Worst cases cured In 15 n>,J$
days. 100-page book free, Jui-jjj